Phocus

Greek - Son of Ornytion or Poseidon. Husband of Antiope. Antiope, who had been driven mad by Dionysus when her sons killed his devotee, Dirce, came to the court of Phocus. He cured her of her madness and made her his wife. Some say that their children were Crisus, Naubolus and Panopeus. Referred to as Phocus, Phoceus, Phoceus, Phocus, Phocus, Phocis, Phocis, Phocus, Phocus or Pytho.
Greek - Son of Aeacus by Psamathe. Half-brother of Peleus and Telamon. His father's wife, Endeis, had two sons, Peleus and Telamon, who were envious of their half-brother's athletic abilities. When they killed Phocus, Aeacus banished them from his kingdom of Aegira. Some say that this Phocus is the same as Phocus, son of Ornytion. In some references, referred to as Phocus, Phoceus, Phoceus, Phocus, Phocus, Phocis, Phocis, Phocus, Phocus or Pytho.

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