Abas referred to several figures in Greek mythology
- A companion of Perseus Ovid V, 126
- Founder of Abae, a city in Phocis, son of Hypermnestra and Lynceus, the royal family of Argos, and father of Acrisius and Proetus by his wife, Ocalea.
- A companion of Diomedes. Abas was prideful, arrogant towards Aphrodite, who turned him into a swan. Ovid XIV, 505
- Two friends of Aeneas, a Trojan and an Etruscan. Virgil I, 121; X, 427