Cephissus

Cephissus

In Greek mythology, Cephissus was a river god, son of the gods Pontus and Thalassa. He was linked to the eponymous river in the region of Attica, Greece. He had three daughters, Lilaea, a naiad, Daulis, and Melaeno; and two sons, Eteocles, who became the king of Orchomenus, and Narcissus.

See Also: Pontus, Thalassa

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Who was Cephissus?

In Greek mythology, Cephissus was a river god, son of the gods Pontus and Thalassa. He was linked to the eponymous river in the region of Attica, Greece.

Who were the parents of Cephissus?

The parents of Cephissus were Pontus and Thalassa.

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