To gain Pescennius one employs his schemes, One grasps a cecrops in ecstatic dreams.
On the doors is Androgeus' death; thereby the children of cecrops, bidden, ah me!
Others write it - or , which points to , a daughter of cecrops, who was worshipped along with Pallas.
cecrops was certainly a title of the Deity, who was worshipped under this emblem.
Another myth depicts the fall of the matriarchate in the following manner: During the rule of cecrops, a double miracle occurred.
They begin from cecrops, and come down to the 160th Olympiad.
When cecrops saw the two strangers coming into the market place, he stood up and waited for them to speak.
Pandrosion: The shrine temple or enclosure of the nymph Pandrosos, a daughter of cecrops.
Whether cecrops were the first—whether he were even one—of these civilizers, is a dispute unworthy of philosophical inquirers 16.
Tradition also relates that at Athens, until the time of cecrops, children bore the name of their mother.