Carystus (mythology)

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Carystus (/kəˈrɪstəs/; Ancient Greek: Κάρυστος) or Carycus, in Greek mythology, was the eponym of the town of Carystus on Euboea. He was the son of Chiron and a nymph Chariclo, brother of Hippe, Endeïs and Ocyrhoe. Carystus was the father of Zarex,[1] and also a certain Aristaeus.[2][3][4]

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