Tectamus (Texaphos, Teutamos, Tektaos, Tektaios, Greek: Τέκταμος or Greek: Τέκσαφος, Greek: Τεύταμος, Greek: Τεκταῦος, Greek: Τεκταῖος) — a hero of ancient Hellenic mythology. He was son of Dorus and grandson of Hellen. According to Diodorus Siculus, Tectamus invaded Crete together with a horde of Eolian and Pelasgian settlers and became the island’s king. It was the third of the tribes that migrated to Crete. According to another version, Tectamus was a chief of Dorians and Achaeans. He married Cretheus’ daughter, who gave birth to his son Asterion.
- Diodorus Siculus. Historical Library, IV 60, 2
- Diodorus Siculus. Historical Library, V 80, 2