The friends of Cepheus, however, and those who assisted Perseus, were saved from the same fate by a previous warning of Perseus.
There are a good many stars common to the Lesser Bear and to Cepheus.
To atone for her mother's vanity, and rid the land of the scourge, Cepheus agreed to offer up Andromeda to the monster.
And when they died, the ancients say, Athené took them up into the sky, with Cepheus and Cassiopoeia.
Cepheus had been obliged to yield her up because of the outcries of the people, and here she was waiting to be devoured.
Curious to say neither the Dragon nor Cepheus appears on the old Egyptian sphere.
Cetus, you will recall, represents the sea-monster sent to devour Andromeda, the daughter of Cepheus and Cassiopeia.
Andromeda was the daughter of Cepheus, king of Ethiopia, and of Cassiope.
Cepheus is characterized by a rude square, one side of which is the base of an isosceles triangle.
Cepheus is there too, but he p. 41is smaller, and less easy to find.