For the river, see Strymon/Struma
In Greek mythology, Strymon (Ancient Greek: Στρυμών [stryˈmɔːn]), son of Oceanus and Tethys, was a river god and king of Thrace. By the muses Euterpe or Calliope, he became the father of Rhesus, and possibly of Olynthus and Brangas and by Neaera of Evadne. Strymon was also the father of Tereine who mothered Thrassa by the god Ares. Another daughter, Rhodope became the mother of Athos by Poseidon.
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