Sikel ( dr. Greek Σικελός ) - in ancient Greek mythology an eponym of the Sikel people, from which it was called Sicily .
According to the historian Antiochus of Syracuse , he fled from some ancient Rome  . Accepted as a guest by Morgeth, established his power and divided the people  . According to Gellanic of Lesbos , king of the Avzons who fled from the Yapig to Sicily  .
According to the Philistine of Syracuse , the son of Italy , the king of ligurs, expelled by Ombriks and Pelasgians and resettled on the island    . According to Solin , the son of Poseidon  .
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- Celius Italik . Punica, XIV, 37: Latin text
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