CORINTHUS

ΚΟΡΙΝΘΟΣ

1. According to the local tradition of Corinth, a son of Zeus and the founder of the town of Corinth. (Paus. ii . 1. § 1 ; Schol. ad Pind. Nem. vii. 155.)

2. There are two other mythical beings of this name. (Paus. ii. 3. § 8; Apollod. iii. 16. § 2.) [See PELOPS.]