Sciron

Greek - An outlaw. Son of Poseidon. A bandit who demanded that travellers should wash his feet and then kicked them over the cliff where a tortoise ate the bodies. Theseus, on his journey to Athens to find his father, dealt with Sciron in the same fashion. In some references, known as Sciron, Sceiron, Sceiron, Sciron or Sciron.
Greek - Son of Pylas. Father of Endeis. He and Nisus were both claimants for the throne of Megara. Aeacus arbitrated and gave the throne to Nisus, making Sciron his army commander. In some accounts, he is the same as Sciron the outlaw. Occasionally called Sciron, Sceiron, Sceiron, Sciron or Sciron.
Greek - The god of the wind from the north-west. Occasionally identified as Sciron, Sceiron, Sceiron, Sciron or Sciron.

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