Coronus  

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Coronus may mean different things:

Greek mythology

  1. Coronus, the son of Caeneus. He was one of the Lapiths and was killed by Heracles.
  2. Coronus, king of Sicyon, son of Apollo and Chrysorthe, and father of Lamedon and Corex. He was deposed by Epopeus.
  3. Coronus, son of Thersander. He was given land by Athamas and founded Coroneia.
  4. Coronus, father of Anaxiroe.

Lusitanian mythology




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