CAUCON

ΚΑΥΚΩΝ

1. A son of Celaenus, who was believed to have carried the orgies of the great goddess from Eleusis to Messene, where he was worshipped as a hero. His tomb was shown in Lepreos. (Paus. iv. 1. § 4, 27. § 4, v. 5. § 4.)

2. One of the sons of Lycaon also bore the name of Caucon. (Apollod. iii. 8. § 1.)