Eurytus, Eurytos (; Ancient Greek: Εὔρυτος) or Erytus (Ἔρυτος) is the name of several characters in Greek mythology, and of at least one historical figure.
Eurytus, one of the
Giants, sons of Gaia, killed by Dionysus during the Gigantomachy, the battle of the Giants versus the Olympian gods.  Eurytus, a chieftain at the court of king
Cepheus, and was killed by Perseus during the battle between the latter and Phineus.  Eurytus, king of
Caria and the father of Eidothea, who was one of the possible spouses of Miletus.  Eurytus, a
centaur present at the wedding of Pirithous and Hippodamia, and the one that caused the conflict between the Lapiths and the Centaurs by trying to carry the bride off. The most violent of the centaurs involved in the battle with the Lapiths, he was killed by Theseus. 
Eurytus, king of Oechalia, Thessaly, and father of Iole and Iphitus.  Eurytus, father of
Cleobule, mother by Tenthredon of Prothous, leader of the Magnesians during the Trojan War.  Eurytus, son of
Hippocoön was killed, along with his brothers, by Heracles.  Eurytus or Erytus, son of
Hermes and Antianeira or Laothoe, and brother of Echion. He was one of the Argonauts, and also hunted the Calydonian Boar. 
Eurytus, son of Molione, by either Poseidon or Actor.  Eurytus, an
Elean prince as one of the children of King Augeas.  Eurytus, the
Greek leader of the Epeans (from Elis) and Taphians during the Trojan War, and an ally of Elephenor. He was killed by Telephus's son Eurypylus.  Eurytus, father of
Clonus. His son was known for having made the belt of Pallas.  Eurytus, an alternate name for Eurypylus of Cyrene.  Historical Edit
Ovid, 5.79 ff. Metamorphoses
Antoninus Liberalis, 30
Metamorphoses 12.220 & 235 ff
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^ Apollodorus, 3.10.5
Apollonius Rhodius, 1.52–56; Apollodorus, 1.9.16; Hyginus, Fabulae 14, 160 & 173
Diodorus Siculus, 4.33.3
Euripides, 282; Iphigenia in Aulis Quintus Smyrnaeus, 8.111
Virgil, 10.499 Aeneid
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