Seven stades from Teumessus on the left are the ruins of Glisas, and before them on the right of the way a small mound shaded by cultivated trees and a wood of wild ones. Here were buried Promachus, the son of Parthenopaeus, and other Argive officers, who joined with Aegialeus, the son of Adrastus, in the expedition against Thebes1.
- Homerus, Ilias, II.459
- Pausanias, Description of Greece, IX. 19.2
- ↑Pausanias IX,19.2