The Boreads rescue Phineus from the Harpies.
S. A. Scull
Greek Mythology Systematized (1880)
Phineus married Cleopatra (daughter of Boreas). Their two sons are called by some Oryithus and Crambis; by others, Polydectus and Polydorus. He afterward married Idaea, and their sons were Thynus and Mariandynus. Idaea accused his eldest sons of improper conduct, and Phineus put out their eyes. For his cruelty he was tormented by the Harpies, who spoiled or carried away his food. When the Argonauts asked for information they obtained it from Phineus upon the condition of freeing him from the Harpies.
Source: S. A. Scull, Greek Mythology Systematized (Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1880).
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