Chrysus

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Chrysus (Greek: Χρύσος; aka Khrysos) in Greek mythology is the spirit (daimon) of gold.

"Khrysos (Gold) is a child of Zeus; neither moth nor rust devoureth it; but the mind of man is devoured by this supreme possession."

— Pindar, Fragment 222 (trans. Sandys) (Greek lyric 5th century BC)

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