Homer calls the country Pelasgian Argos (Il. 2.681) in discrimination from Argos or Achaean Argos (Il. 9.141, Od. 3.251). The country also included a part of Epeirus ("Zeus, thou king, Dodonaean, Pelasgian", Il. 15.233).
The country was called Phthia (afterwards Phthiotis) and the inhabitants were called Myrmidons (Il. 2.683) and Phthians. Achilles led 50 ships against Troy (Il. 2.685). The cities mentioned by Homer are: 1. Pelasgian Argos, 2. Phthia, 3. Hellas, 4. Halus, 5. Alope, 6. Trachis.
The inhabitants were called Phthians and they participated in the Trojan War with 40 ships (Il. 2.710). The cities mentioned by the poet are: 1. Phylace, 2. Pyrasus, 3. Iton, 4. Antron, 5. Pteleos.
It occupied a part of Magnesia and Pelasgiotis and participated in the Trojan War with 11 ships (Il. 2.713). The cities mentioned by the poet are: 1. Pherae, 2. Boebe, 3. Glaphyrae, 4. Iolcus.
It was a small territory, that occupied a part of Magnesia and Meliboea. It participated in the Trojan War with 7 ships (Il. 2 718). Philoctetes, on his way to Troy, fell ill and was abandoned in the island of Lemnos; as a result, Medon (Il. 2.721) led the ships against Troy. The cities mentioned by Homer are: 1. Methone, 2. Thaumacia, 3. Meliboea and 4. Olizon.
It took part in the Trojan War with 30 ships (Il. 2.733). Homer mentioned the cities of: 1. Tricca, 2. Ithome, 3. Oechalia.
Ηγεμόνες ήταν ο "μενεπτόλεμος" Πολυποίτης, γιος του Πειριθόου και ο Λεοντεύς και συμμετείχαν στον Πόλεμο της Τροίας με 40 πλοία. Πόλεις αναφέρει: 1.Αργισσα, 2. Γυρτώνη, 3. Ορθη, 4. Ηλώνη, 5. Ολοοσσών. Ο Στράβων παραδίδει ότι τη χώρα των Λαπιθών πριν κατοικούσαν οι Περραιβοί τους οποίους εκδίωξαν οι Λαπίθες (9,5.19).
Their leaders were Polypoetes, "staunch in fight", son of Peirithous, and Leonteus
The Lapithes participated in the Trojan War
The territory of Gouneus included the Peraibi and the Enienes and its capital was Cyphus. It occupied part of Epeirus and ancient Dodona and participated in the Trojan War with 22 ships (Il. 2.748-749). Homer mentions the cities of Cyphus and Dodona.
The territory of Prothous occupied part of Peneius and Pelion and participated in the Trojan War with 40 ships (Il. 2.756). Prothous was the leader of the Magnetes but Homer does not mention cities beside Boudeum, of which king was Epeigeus (Il. 16.571).
Son of Elatus, king of the Lapithae (Il. 1.264).
He helped Peirithous, when the Centaur Eurytion seized his wife at his marriage (Paus. 5,10,8).
A son of Elatus and brother of Caeneus (Il. 1.264).
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