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(Phorcus; Old man of the sea) Greek An ancient sea god; son of Gaia and Pontus; husband to his sister Ceto. Phorcys and Ceto lived together in the sea, most likely the distant western sea at the edge of the world. They were the parents of the following: the Gorgons, three monstrous women; the Graea, two or three sisters who were the gray foam of the sea; and, some sources say, the three sisters known as the Hesperides and the dragon Ladon, all of whom guarded the golden apples of Hera. Phorcys was also the father of the Nymph Thoosa, one of the Nereids, and of Scylla, a monster with the body of a woman but with six long necks growing from her waist each ending in the head of a dog. (See Scylla and Charybdis.) Some sources say the Phorcys and Nereus were brothers, while others say they were different names for the same god.


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