Cycnus

Greek - A musician king of Liguria. Son of Sthelenus. He was a lover of Phaeton and, grieving at his death, was turned into a swan by Apollo. Sometimes identified as Cycnus, Cygnus, Cygnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kuknos, Kuknos, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kyknos, Kyknos, Cycnus, Cycnus or Cycnus.
Greek - Son of Apollo and Hyrie. When he was deserted by his lover Phyllius, he threw himself off a cliff. His mother then drowned herself in a lake. He was turned into a swan as also, in some accounts, was his mother. Also known as Cycnus, Cygnus, Cygnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kuknos, Kuknos, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kyknos, Kyknos, Cycnus, Cycnus or Cycnus.
Greek - Son of Ares and Pelopia. He challenged allcomers to a chariot duel, cutting off the heads of the losers and using the skulls to build a temple to Ares. When he challenged Heracles he was defeated and killed. Sometimes identified as Cycnus, Cygnus, Cygnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kuknos, Kuknos, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kyknos, Kyknos, Cycnus, Cycnus or Cycnus.
Greek - King of Colonae. Son of Poseidon and Calyce. Husband of Phylonome and Procleia. Father of Hemithea and Tenes. By Procleia. His second wife, Phylonome, accused her stepson, Tenes, who was really the son of Apollo, of improper advances so Cycnus cast both him and his sister adrift in a chest. Cycnus killed his wife when he discovered that she had lied to him, and also Eumolpus who had supported her false testimony, and went to Tenedos where Tenes had landed and and was now king. In some stories, Tenes cut the ropes of his father's boat when he tried to moor; in others they were reconciled and fought together at Troy where they were both killed by Achilles. Cycnus was choked to death as he could not be wounded by weapons. His father turned him into a swan. At times, referred to as Cycnus, Cygnus, Cygnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kuknos, Kuknos, Cycnus, Cycnus, Cycnus, Kyknos, Kyknos, Cycnus, Cycnus or Cycnus.

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