), an autochthon and king of Attica, who reigned at the time of the flood of Deucalion.
He was married to Pedias, by whom he became the father of Cranae, Cranaechme, and Atthis, from the last of whom Attica was believed to have derived its name.
He was deprived of his kingdom by Amphictyon, his son-in-law, and after his death he was buried in the demos of Lamprae, where his tomb was shewn as late as the time of Pausanias. (Apollod. 3.14.5
, &c.; Paus. 1.2.5