Ksuf ( dr. Greek Ξοῦθος ) - a character of ancient Greek mythology  . The son of Ellin  and Orseids (or the son of Aeolus and the grandson of Zeus  ). Got the Peloponnese . The wife of Creus (daughter of Erechtheus) gave birth to him Achaeus , Jonah and daughter Diomedes  .
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The brothers expelled Xuf from Thessaly , accusing him of stealing some of his father’s wealth. He fled to Athens and married the daughter of Erechtheus . In the dispute of the sons of Erechtheus about power, he chose Kekrop as king, for this the remaining sons expelled him. Ksuf went to Aigial , settled there and died  . Helped Athens in the war with the Ebeyans  . Ksuf founded the Attic four-city: Enoah, Marathon , Probalinth and Tricorinth  . The protagonist of the tragedy of Euripides "Ion".
Hellenic legendary genealogy