Keik ( dr. Greek. Κήϋξ ) is a character in ancient Greek mythology  .
Son of Eosphorus  (or Hesperus and Filonides  ).
It is called the son of Aeolus  .
The husband of Alkion  .
He called his wife a Hero, and she called her husband Zeus. For this, Zeus turned him into a seagull  , and her into a kingfisher  .
According to another story, Keik went to Apollo in Clar, died in a shipwreck.  His wife threw herself into the sea, and they both became kingfishers  .
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- Pseudo-Plato. Alkion 1
- Gigin. Myths 65
- Clement. Protreptic 54, 1
- Hesiod. The list of women, fr. 16 M.-U.
- See Virgil. Georgics I 398 (mention of gulls) and comm. Philargiria
- Pseudo-Apollodorus. Mythological library I 7, 4
- Ovid. Metamorphoses XI 410-582
- Gigin. Myths 65; The First Vatican Mythographer I 9