Chrysaor

Chrysaor

Chrysaor was the brother of the winged horse Pegasus and son of Poseidon and the Gorgon Medusa.

Chrysaor's Birth

When Medusa was decapitated by Perseus, both Chrysaor and Pegasus were born at the same time. Little is known about Chrysaor; he was considered a stout-hearted warrior, and his name means "he who bears a golden sword". He did not have a major role in Greek mythology.

See Also: Pegasus, Poseidon, Gorgons, Medusa

Chrysaor Q&A

Who was Chrysaor?

Chrysaor was the brother of the winged horse Pegasus and son of Poseidon and the Gorgon Medusa. Chrysaor's Birth When Medusa was decapitated by Perseus, both Chrysaor and Pegasus were born at the same time.

Who were the parents of Chrysaor?

The parents of Chrysaor were Poseidon and Medusa.

Who were brothers and sisters of Chrysaor?

Chrysaor had 1 siblings: Pegasus.

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