Cephalus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- great-grandfather of the orator Lysias
ysanias, and great-grandson of Cephalus. His father was
- father of the orator Lysias
IAS was the son of Cephalus, grandson of Lysanias, and gre
- an Athenian orator, late 5th century B.C.
urtesan, whose panegyric Cephalus the orator wrote, just
- an influential statesman in Epirus, 2nd century B.C.
Cephalus is forced by the accusations of Charops to openly support
- son of Hermes; one of the lovers of Eos (Dawn)
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them; as Dawn does with Cephalus and Cleitus and Tithonus
Oiē was the daughter of Cephalus, and wife of Charo
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