Perses (son of Andromeda and Perseus)
In Greek mythology, Perses was the son of Andromeda and Perseus, and taken for Achaemenes (of the Pasargadae tribe) as the ancestor of the Persians according to Plato. He was left in Cossaea and with the Oceanid Perse became the father of the Perseides or in other words, Achaemenid Persians.
- David Sacks; Oswyn Murray; Lisa R. Brody (2005). Encyclopedia of the ancient Greek world. Infobase Publishing. pp. 256 (at the bottom left portion).
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