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(3) Kyknos, son of Apollo and Thyria.
(4) Kyknos, son of Poseidon, killed by Achilles.
(5) Kyknos, father of Tennes.
(1) Picus, see p. 265.
(2) Keleos, king of Eleusis, father of Triptolemos.
(3) Keleos, one of the Kretans who violated the cave of Zeus.
Crows and Ravens
(1) Koroneus, father of Korone, who was turned into a crow by Athene to save her from Apollo.
(2) Koroneus, founder of Koroneia (an altar dedicated to a Koronios has been discovered).
(3) Korax and Koronos, legendary kings of Sikyon.
(4) Koroneus, father of Asterie, grandfather of Idmon.
(5) Koroneus, son or father of Kaineus the Lapith.
(6) Koroneus, father of Anaxiroe who married Epeus who won Elis in a horse race.
(7) Koronis, mother of Asklepios.
(8) Koronis, mother of Podaleirios.
(9) Koronis, wife of Proteus, eponym of town Korone in Pallene.
(10) Koronis, the Hyad.
(1) Tereus, worshipped in the Megarid.1
(2) Epopeus, king of Sikyon, grandson of Helios, the human father of Amphion and Zethos. Zethos married Aedon,
(3) Epopeus, father of Nyktimene.
(4) Epops, who killed Narkissos, son of Amaranthos.
1 See Mayer, " Megarische Sagen," Hermes, xxvii.