In Greek mythology, Myles (//; Ancient Greek: Μύλης means 'mill-man') was an ancient king of Laconia. He was the son of the King Lelex and possibly the naiad Queen Cleocharia, and brother of Polycaon. Myles was the father of Eurotas who begotten Sparta after whom the city of Sparta was named.
King of Laconia
|Member of the Sparta Royal Family|
|Abode||Lelegia (later called Laconia)|
|Parents||Lelex and ?Cleocharia|
After Lelex's death, Myles ruled over Laconia, and later on, following his own death, his son Eurotas succeeded him. Myles was said to be the first mortal to invent a mill and ground corn in Alesiae.