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In Greek mythology, Triopas was one of the Heliadae, sons of Helios and Rhodus.


Triopas, along with his brothers, Macar, Actis and Candalus, were jealous of a fifth brother, Tenages's, skill at science. They killed him. Triopas escaped to Cos and then founded the city of Cnidus. He was the father of Erysichthon.


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Triopas (44 words)
In Greek mythology, Triopas was one of the Heliadae, sons of Helios and Rhodus.
Triopas, along with his brothers, Macar, Actis and Candalus, were jealous of a fifth brother, Tenages's, skill at science.
Triopas escaped to Cos and then founded the city of Cnidus.
Triopas (225 words)
In Greek mythology, Triopas or Triops was a son of Poseidon and Canace, a daughter of Aeolus (Schol.
Triopas escaped to Cos and went to Caria, where he founded Cnidus on the Triopian promontory.
Triopas is also a son of Phorbas, an Argive, was the father of lasus, Agenor and Messene.
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