Deucalion

Greek - King of Phthia. Son of Prometheus and Clymene, Pasiphae or Pronoia. Father of Amphictryon, Hellen and Idomeneus. Husband of Pyrrha. He was forewarned by his father of the coming flood and saved himself and his wife Pyrrha. In some stories they stood on Mount Parnassus, which projected above flood level, but in others he built an ark and saved himself and his wife when Zeus caused the whole world to flood. They repopulated the world by throwing stones over their shoulders, each of which turned into a human being. In other versions of the story, Dardanus and Ogyges appear in place of Deucalion and others have Clymene as Deucalion's wife. In some references, known as Deucalion, Deukalion, Deukalion, Deucalion, Deucalion or Deucalion.
Greek - Father of Orestheus. In some references, known as Deucalion, Deukalion, Deukalion, Deucalion, Deucalion or Deucalion.
Greek - A king of Crete. Son of Minos and Pasiphae. Father of Idomenus and Molus. Known as Deucalion, Deukalion, Deukalion, Deucalion, Deucalion or Deucalion.

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