Glaucus

Glaucus (glôˈkəs) [key], in Greek mythology. 1 Sea god who loved Scylla. 2 Trojan hero who, according to Homer, exchanged his golden armor for the bronze armor of Diomedes. 3 Son of Sisyphus and father of Bellerophon. He was devoured by his own horses.

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