Cecrops

Greek - The first (or second) king of Athens. A serpent king in the form of a man-dragon. Son of Hephaestus and Gaia, some say. Husband of Aglauros. Father of Aglauros, Erysichthon, Herse and Pandrosos. He is said to have introduced marriage, burial of the dead and writing. In some accounts, identified as Cecrops, Kecrops, Kecrops, Cecrops, Cecrops, Kekrops, Kekrops, Cecrops or Cecrops.
Greek - A king of Athens. Son of Erechtheus and Praxithea. Brother of Creusa, Orithyia and Procris. Husband of Metiadusa. Father of Pandion. He was expelled by Pandorus and Metion when Xuthus chose him to succeed Erectheus as king. In some accounts, there was only one king of this name. Sometimes identified as Cecrops, Kecrops, Kecrops, Cecrops, Cecrops, Kekrops, Kekrops, Cecrops or Cecrops.

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