It must be particularly noted that Chaucer makes gyptus and Danaus change places.
The daughters of Danaus left off their task of drawing water in a sieve.
According to the post-Homeric tradition, Danaus was an Egyptian, brother of gyptus.
Danaus had reason to fear his nephews, and fled with his daughters to Argos.
Danaus cautions his Daughters very handsomly in point of Behaviour.
After his descendants had reigned for some generations, the throne was seized by Danaus.
And Danaus daughters ceast to fil their tubs that haue no brink.
And the sons of Aegyptus willed to take the daughters of Danaus in marriage.
It is in the reign of this mythical Pelasgus, that Danaus reaches the Peloponnesus.
After he was once got out of the reach and danger of his father in law king Danaus, he gaue knowledge thereof to Pausanias.