Thaumas was a sea deity in Greek mythology, son of the Titan gods Pontus and Gaea. He was the husband of the Oceanid Electra; their children were the Harpies; Iris, goddess of rainbows and divine messenger; and Arke. Thaumas was overthrown by Poseidon, taking his place as the sea ruler.
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