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Chthonophyle ( Greek  Χθονοφύλη ) is a figure in Greek mythology .

At Apollonios of Rhodes , Chthonophyle is a nymph who is the mother of Phlias of Dionysus , the eponymous hero of the city of Phleius . According to Pausanias she is the daughter of Sikyon and Zeuxippe and of Hermes the mother of Polybos . She later marries Phlias, who is the son of Dionysus and Araithyrea with Pausanias , and becomes the mother of Androdamas by him .


Individual evidence

  1. Apollonios of Rhodes 1, 115 and the Scholion on the place.
  2. ^ Pausanias 2: 6, 3.
  3. ^ Pausanias 2:12 , 6.