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                                                       Greek Mythology Thesaurus


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Cabirus of Sestos, ally of the Troyans, killed by Sthenelus
Cadmus, son of Agenor, brother of Europa; founder of Thebes
Calais, son of Boreas and Oreithyia
Calchas, son of Thestor, the seer who accompanied the Greeks on their expedition against Troy
Caletor, a Troyan, son of Clytius, killed by Hector
Callirrhoe, daughter of Achelons, wife of Alcmaeon
Calypso, a nymph, daughter of Atlas, who entertained Odysseus on her island of Ogygia for several years
Capaneus, son of Hipponous, father of Sthenelus; one of the Seven against Thebes
Cassandra, daughter of Priam and Hecuba; a seeress, granted the gift of prophecy by Apollo
Castor, son of Tyndareus and Leda, brother of Helen. Castor and his brother Polydeuces together were known as the Dioscuri (by one branch of tradition they were the sons of Zeus) or the Tyndaridae
Cebriones, son of Priam, charioteer of Hector, killed by Patroclus                                                                  Cepheus, king of Arcadia, son of Lycurgus                                                                                                    Cepheus, king of Ethiopia, father of Andromeda                                                                                             Cerberus, the three-headed dog, off-spring of Typhon and Echidna, who guarded the gate to the underworld        Cercyon, son of Poseidon, who lived at Eleusis and compelled all passers-by to wrestle with him                      Ceto, daughter of Pontus and Gaea, mother of the Graeae, the Gorgons, and the dragon Lailon                         Ceyx, king of Trachis, friend and companion of Heracles                                                                                 Chalciope, daughter of Aeetes, sister of Medea                                                                                            Chariclo, mother of Tiresias                                                                                                                         Charts, one of the Graces, wife of Hephaestus, according to one branch of tradition                                          Charybdis, a deep and yawning cavern in the straits between Sicily and Italy, said to suck in and spew forth     the waves of the sea three times a day                                                                                                          Chimaera, a firebreathing monster, offspring of Typhon and Echidna, with the head of a lion, middle body of a   goat, and tail of a snake                                                                                                                               Chiron, a centaur, half man, half horse, teacher of young heroes                                                                     Chromius, a Mysian, ally of the Troyans                                                                                                       Chromius, son of Priam, killed by Diomedes                                                                                                 Chrysaor, a monster, offspring of Poseidon and Medusa, brother of Pegasus                                                    Chryseis, daughter of Chryses the priest of Apollo, war prize of Agamemnon, who refused to give her up to her  father and so brought the wrath of Apollo on the Greeks                                                                                  Chryses, priest of Apollo, father of Chryseis                                                                                                   Chrysippus, son of Pelops and the nymph Axioche, carried off by Laius                                                           Chrysothemis, daughter of Agamemnon and Clytaemnestra, sister of Electra and Orestes                                Circe, daughter of Helios and Perse, sister of Aeetes; a sorceress who turned men into animals                        Cleobulus, a Troyan, killed by Ajax the Less                                                                                                

Cleodaeus, son of Hyllus and Iole, grandson of Heracles; father of Aristomachus                                             CIeodorus, a Rhodian, son ot Lernus and Amphiale, killed by Paris                                                                
Cleopatra, daughter of Boreas, wife of Phineus                                                                                              Clite, daughter of Merops, wife of Cyzicus king of the Doliones                                                                        Clitus, a Troyan, son of Peisenor, killed by Teucer                                                                                          Clonia, an Amazon, one of the followers of Penthesilea                                                                                  Clonius, son of Alegenor, leader of the Boeotians, killed by Agenor                                                                 Clotho, one of the Fates, who spins the thread of life                                                                                      Clymene, daughter of Oceanus and Tethys, mother of Phaethon by Apollo                                                      Clymene, one of the handmaids of Helen                                                                                                      Clytaemnestra, daughter of Tyndareus and Leda, wife of Agamemnon, mother of Orestes and Electra; she       killed her husband and was in turn killed by her son                                                                                        Clytius, son of Eurytus and Antiope, one of the Argonauts                                                                              Clytius, one of the giants, killed by Hephaestus in the battle between the giants and the Olympian gods             Clytius, son of Alcmaeon, grandson of Amphiaraus                                                                                        Clytius, son of Laomedon, brother of Priam, one of the Troyan elders                                                               Clytoneus, son of Alcinous king of the Phaeacians                                                                                        Cocalus, king of Sicily                                                                                                                                 Coeranus, an Argive, charioteer of Meriones, killed by Hector                                                                         Coon, a Troyan, son of Antenor, killed by Agamemnon                                                                                   Copreus, son of Pelops, servant of Eurystheus                                                                                              Coroebus, a Phrygian, son of Mygdon, suitor of Cassandra, killed by Diomedes                                               Cratos, the personification of force, son of Pallas and the river Styx                                                                
Creon, king of Corinth, father of Glauce                                                                                                         Creon, king of Thebes, son of Menoeceus, great-grandson of Pentheus, brother of Jocasta, uncle of Antigone,    Eteocles, and Polynices
Crespliontes, son of Aristomachus, one of the descendants of Heracles                                                         
Cretheus, founder and ruler of lolcus father of Aeson and Pelias, grandfather of Jason                                      
Crethon, an Argive, son of Diodes of Pherae                                                                                                 
Creusa, daughter of Erectheus, mother of Ion by Apollo.                                                                                
Creusa, daughter of Priam, wife ot Aeneas                                                                                                   
Cronus (Saturn), youngest son of Uranus and Gaea; he mutilated and overthrew his father, and was in turn        overthrown by bis son Zeus                                                                                                                          
Ctesippus, one of Penelope's suitors                                                                                                            
Ctesius, son of Ormenus, father of Eumaeus                                                                                                 
Ctimene, daughter of Anticlea, sister of Odysseus                                                                                        
Cyclops see Polyphemus                                                                                                                            
Cycnus, son of Ares and Pyrene, killed by Heracles                                                                                      
Cycnus, king of Colonae, son of Poseidon, ally of Troy, invulnerable and of great strength                                 
Cyllarus, a young centaur, killed at the wedding feast of Pirithous with his beloved, Hylonome                          
Cypselus, king of Arcadia, son of Aepytus                                                                                                    
Cystous, king of the Doliones, son of Aeneus and Aenete                                                                              




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