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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ChrysaorChrysaor - Wikipedia

    Χρυσάορος, Chrysáoros; English translation: "he who has a golden sword" [from χρυσός, "golden" and ἄορ, "sword"]) was the brother of the winged horse Pegasus, often depicted as a young man, the son of Poseidon and Medusa, born when Perseus decapitated the Gorgon Medusa.

  2. Crysaor (also known as The Story of Crysaor, or Chrysaor) is a short epic poem composed in blank verse by Walter Savage Landor, printed in 1800 and first published in 1802. The poem depicts the slaying of the mythological figure Chrysaor by the sea god Neptune and the Nereids, or sea nymphs.

  3. www.greekmythology.com › Myths › CreaturesChrysaor - Greek Mythology

    Chrysaor was the brother of the winged horse Pegasus and son of Poseidon and the Gorgon Medusa. When Medusa was decapitated by Perseus, both Chrysaor ...

  4. Chrysaor. Chrysaor, son of the Gorgon at the pediment of the Temple of Artemis in Corfu. Personal information. Consort. Callirrhoe. Children. Geryon and Echidna. Parents. Poseidon and Medusa.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ChrysaoraChrysaora - Wikipedia

    Chrysaora (/ ˈ k r aɪ s eɪ ˌ ɔːr ə /) is a genus of jellyfish, commonly called the sea nettles, in the family Pelagiidae. The origin of the genus name Chrysaora lies in Greek mythology with Chrysaor , brother of Pegasus and son of Poseidon and Medusa .

  6. Chrysaor was a son of Medusa and Poseidon in Greek mythology. A brother of Pegasus, Chrysaor was described as golden giant as well as a winged boar.

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  8. Chrysaor, a prominent figure in Greek mythology, was the son of Medusa and Poseidon. According to ancient legends, Chrysaor was a powerful king ruling over Iberia, and he played a significant role in the mythological realm. His brother, Pegasus, the famous winged horse, also emerged from the decapitation of Medusa.

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