Pirechm ( ancient Greek Πυραίχμης ) is a character of ancient Greek mythology . The leader of peons from the city of Amidon (Ἀμυδών) in Macedonia on the river Axios , whose location is not precisely known. Ally of Troy  . Homer says nothing about the origin of Pirehma. Diktis of Crete calls him the son of Axia ( Eponym of the Axios River ( Greek ξιός) in modern Macedonia)  . He was killed by Patroclus , wearing the armor of Achilles when Patroclus attacked the panicked Trojans  . Pirhem was on the Protesilaus ship when Patroclus threw a spear into the middle of a cluster of enemies  . According to the Cretan Diktis, Pirehma killed Diomedes by hitting him with a spear in the forehead  .
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