Greek - Son of Zeus or Corytus by Electra. Brother of Dardanus. Father of Bootes, Plutus and, some say, Philomelus, by Demeter. In some accounts, his earthly father was Corytus. He was the father of two or three sons by Demeter, whom he seduced in a ploughed field, though others claim that he married Cybele, fathering Corybas, and that he was made immortal. Some say that he was killed by his brother, Dardanus, others that he was killed by Zeus for his seduction of Demeter. In some accounts, referred to as Iasion, Iasius, Iasius, Iasus, Iasus, Iasius, Iasius, Ias(i)us or Ias(i)us.

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