- In the first, it passes for the son of Égée, king of Athens. According to this tradition, Médos follows his/her mother when this one is thereafter driven out of Athens and returns in Colchide; it does not have share with the murder of the usurper Persès perpetrated by Médée.
- In the second, he is the son of Jason and passes to be high by the Centaure Chiron. When later it is presented in Colchide, it is imprisoned by Persès, informed by an oracle which it must be wary of the descendants of Éétès: to save its life, Médos is made pass for Hippotès, wire of Créon, the king of Corinthe killed by Médée. At the time of her return, his/her mother disguises herself in pretress of Artémis, and hearing of this prisoner, she calls upon an unspecified pretext so that it is sacrificed to the gods. But when she discovers that it is acted in fact of his son, she releases it from her bonds and arming it with the sacrificial knife, sends it against Persès.
Thereafter, Médos is presented like a powerful king of Asia Mineure, having subjected many cruel tribes and is made up a kingdom to which it gave his name (“Médie”). It is killed at the time of a war against the Indians.
- (v. 1001).
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