They still sacrifice to Iphicles as to a hero, and of the gods the people of Pheneus worship most Hermes, in whose honor they celebrate the games called Hermaea; they have also a temple of Hermes, and stone image, made by an Athenian, Eucheir the son of Eubukides. Behind the temple is the grave of Myrtilus. The Greeks say that he was the son of Hermes, and that he served as charioteer to oemnomaus. Whenever a man arrived to woo the daughter of Oenomaus, Myrtilus craftily drove on the mares, while Oenomaus on the course shot down the wooer when he came near.  It is plain that Pelops did not make along coasting voyage, but only sailed from the mouth of the Alpheius to the harbor of Elis.
אודות מרטיאלוס, הרכב של אואנומאוס.
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