Phorcys

Phorcys

Phorcys

Phorcys was a primordial god in Greek mythology, son of the Titans Pontus and Gaea. He was the husband of Ceto, with whom he had a number of children collectively known as the Phorcydes. Their children included the Graeae, the Gorgons, Echidna, and Ladon (although the latter is sometimes considered the child of Echidna and Typhoeus).

See Also: Pontus, Gaea, Ceto, Graeae, Gorgons, Echidna, Ladon

Phorcys Q&A

Who was Phorcys?

Phorcys was a primordial god in Greek mythology, son of the Titans Pontus and Gaea. He was the husband of Ceto, with whom he had a number of children collectively known as the Phorcydes.

Who were the parents of Phorcys?

The parents of Phorcys were Pontus and Gaea.

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