Ganymedes

Ganymedes  (gan-i-mē´dēz ), or Ganymede  (gan ´i-mēd ).—Son of Tros and Callirrhoe, a beautiful youth who was carried off by Jupiter's eagle from Mount Ida to heaven, that he might be cup-bearer to the gods in place of Hebe. Jupiter compensated his father by presenting him with a pair of divine horses.