), a son of Olympus, from whom Cios (Prusa) on the Propontis derived its name, as he was believed to have led thither a band of colonists from Miletus. (Schol. ad Theocrit.
13.30; ad Apollon. Rhod.
1.1177.) Strabo (xii. p.564
) calls him a companion of Heracles who founded Cios on his return from Colchis.