Tityus

Greek - A giant. Son of Zeus and Gaea or Elare. Father of Europe. Some say he was one of the Earthborn Giants, son of Uranus and Gaea, others equate him with Titias. He was killed by Apollo, Artemis or Zeus when attempting to rape Artemis or Leto and was condemned to Tartarus where he was stretched out and fastened by his arms and legs to the ground, covering nine acres, while his liver was eaten by vultures. Occasionally identified as Tityus, Tituos, Tituos, Tityus, Tityos, Tityos or Tityus.
Greek - God of the waning year. It was said that he was killed by Heracles at the winter games. Also referred to as Tityus, Tituos, Tituos, Tityus, Tityos, Tityos or Tityus.

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