The island, which is mentioned by Homer, was considered by the Greeks the birthplace of Aphrodite, who, for that reason, was surnamed Cypris (see word).
An imaginary person created by Odysseus (Od. 17.443).
Father of Dmetor, king of Cyprus. (Od. 17.443).
A surname of Aphrodite (Il. 5.330, 422, 458 & 883).
A terrible monster, whose sight provoked horror (Il. 8.349, 11.36).
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