He was a hundredhanded giant of the sea, whom men called Aegaeon. He personified the storm of the sea (Il. 1.404).
Pausanias mentions that he arbitrated between Poseidon and the Sun for the land of the Corinthians and assigned Isthmus to the former and Acrocorinth to the latter (Paus. 2,1,6).
Perseus: Pausanias, Description of Greece, Corinth