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.
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