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In the river Spercheus Achilles "nursed" his hair, a lock of which he set in the hands of his dead comrade Patroclus (Il. 23.141-142).
According to Homer, he was the son of the river-god Spercheius by Polydora, the daughter of Peleus (Il. 16.173).
A river-god and father of Menesthius, that Homer calls "heaven-fed river" (Il. 16.174) and "tireless" (Il. 16.176).
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