Cerdo (mythology)


Cerdo (mythology)

Cerdo was the wife of Phoroneus in Greek mythology according to Pausanias.[1]

References

  1. ^ Pausanias, 2.21.1. Having descended thence, and having turned again to the market-place, we come to the tomb of Cerdo, the wife of Phoroneus, and to a temple of Asclepius.

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