In Greek mythology, Bias (Ancient Greek: Βίας) was a brother of Melampus who received one third of Argos. Bias married his cousin Pero and had one child, Talaus, with her. When Pero died he remarried Iphianassa, daughter of Proetus, after Melampus had cured her from madness. He received one third of Proetus's kingdom. Bias and Iphianassa had a daughter Anaxibia who married Pelias, to whom she bore Acastus and several daughters. According to Pausanias, Amythaonis the father of Bias and Melampus. Their mother was Idomene, daughter of Pheres.
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