Asbolos (Greek Ἄσβολος, soot Latinized, Asbolus ) is a centaur in Greek mythology.
I, Asbolos, neither fearing punishment from the gods nor of men, am, hanging from a resinous spruce with pointed needles consecrated as a plentiful meal almost ever-living ravens.
In ancient pictorial representations of Kentaurenkämpfen he is an inscription on the Attic black-figure Klitiaskrater (ca. 570/60 BC ) and a black-figure Attic kantharos in the Berlin Collection of Classical Antiquities ( Inv. No. F1737; approximately mid-6th century BC) attests.