: Pausanias, Description of Greece 2. FATHERED : 2. 22. "They say that [in Athens] Poseidon's son Halirrhothios deflowered Alkippe the daughter of Ares, who killed the ravisher and was the first to be put on his trial for the shedding of blood. He was a son of Poseidon and Iphimedeia. MINYAS An extremely weatlhty king of Orkhomenos who, according to some, was a son of Poseidon (though others say his father was Khryses, Aiolos, or Orkhomenos). "Sons of Neptunus [Poseidon] . [2.1] KHRYSES (by Khrysogeneia) (Pausanias 9.36.4), [1.1] EUSIROS (by Eidothea) (Antoninus Liberalis 22), [1.1] PELIAS, NELEUS (by Tyro) (Homer Odyssey 11.236, Hesiod Catalogues Frag 13, Apollodorus 1.90, Diodorus Sicilus 4.68.1, Hyginus Fabulae 157) 53 (trans. LYKOS (2) (Lycus) A lord of Dirphys in Euboia (central Greece) who wit his brother Nykteus slew Kreon and seized the throne of Thebes in Boiotia (central Greece). Poseidon’s main symbols were the dolphin and the trident (a three-pronged spear). ", For the MYTH of the seduction of Ankaios' mother see Poseidon Loves: Astypalaea. 44 ff (trans. Lykos & Nykteus, Euboian lords. He was a son of Poseidon and the Nymphe Euryte. So says Agathon of Samos. 38. "[Because of the frequent earthquakes] Poseidon is worshipped in their [the Phrygians landlocked] country, even though it is in the interior, and why the city was called Kelainai, that is, after Kelainos, the son of Poseidon by Kelaino, one of the daughters of Danaus, or else because of the 'blackness' of the stone, which resulted from the burn-outs.". Oldfather) (Greek historian C1st B.C.) Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 1. 13 ff (trans. [3.2] HYRIEUS (by Alkyone) (Hyginus Fabulae 157) Polyphe, nymph. Libya and Poseidon had twin sons Agenor and Belos . "The Argonauts. LOVED : 1 - 2. Agenor and Belus by Libya, daughter of Epaphus. Aldrich) (Greek mythographer C2nd A.D.) : For the MYTH of the seduction of Bellerophon's mother see Poseidon Loves: Eurynome, Pausanias, Description of Greece 2. Jones) (Greek travelogue C2nd A.D.) : ", For MORE information on these giants see LAISTRYGONES. Prokrustes was also named Damastes and Polypemos. FATHERED : 1. 8 (trans. He was a son of Poseidon and Arne (or Antiope) but was raised by king Metapontos and his wife Theano. Others were not so scary like the Greek hero Theseus, the famous hunter Orion, and the winged horse Pegasus. Atlas, Gadeiros, Ampheres, Euaimon, Mneseos, Autokhthon, Elasippos, Mestor, Azaes, Diaprepres, Ten Co-Kings of Atlantis. ", For the MYTH of the seduction of the mother of these three see Poseidon Loves: Arne, For the MYTH of the seduction of Kainis see Poseidon Favour: Caenis BENTHESIKYME (Benthesicyme) A sea-nymph queen of Aithopia (Ethiopia). MOLIONIDAI (Molionidae) A pair of saimese twins named Eurytos and Kteatos. They were sons of Poseidon and the sea-goddess Halia. Ilius by Urea, daughter of Neptunus [Poseidon]. ", Pausanias, Description of Greece 5. He was a son of Poseidon and Kleite. Lycus, son of Neptunus [Poseidon], thought he had perished, he planned to kill his wife Megara . LOVED : 1. : Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 1. Belos remained to become king of Aigyptos (Egypt). Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 3. Euphemos, son of Poseidon. A second Ancaeus, son of Neptunus [Poseidon] and Althaea, daughter of Thestius, from the island of Imbrasus, which was called Parthenia but is now called Samos . Suda On Line) (Byzantine Greek lexicon C10th A.D.) : Hesiod, Catalogues of Women Fragment 84 (from Scholiast on Homer's Odysseus 1. Cycnus by Calyce, daughter of Hecato. Otos & Ephialtes, giants of Thessalia; Arethousa, Nereid nymph; 2 - 3. 10. Pseudo-Hyginus, Fabulae 157 (trans. Megareus by Oenope, daughter of Epopeus. He was a son of Poseidon and Periboia. Evelyn-White) (Greek epic C8th or C7th B.C.) Periphetes, bandit Epidauros; 12. "Kaukon son of Poseidon and Astydameia daughter of Phorbas had a child called Lepreus.". ATHENE (Athena) The goddess of warcraft was, according to some, the daughter of Poseidon and Tritonis (contrary to the usual account in which she springs fully-grown from the head of Zeus). Eumolpos, Eleusinian lord; 5. "Sons of Neptunus [Poseidon] . LOVED : 1. "Khoirilos, an Athenian, who wrote a play called Alope, says that Kerkyon [King of Eleusis] and Triptolemos were brothers, that their mother was the daughter of Amphiktyon, while the father of Triptolemos was Raros, of Kerkyon, Poseidon.