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Kephalos and Tithonos repeatedly are reported as lovers of Eos, given their unsatisfyable sexual desire just a few among many. However, I never heard and read about the former being the father of the latter. Furthermore, a discrimination by the ending of "-us" and "-os" would be ridiculous, when considering the ubiquitious latinisation of greek endings. I'd rather suggest deletion of this stub and a redirect to "Tithonus". Purgy (talk) 11:06, 27 December 2014 (UTC)