Just_13.7 forth four sons, Nomius, Aristaeus, Autuchus, and Agraeus;
Phylarch_162)http://www.attalus.org/translate/phylarchus.html#16 She had two sons, Autuchus and Aristaeus. Phylarchus says
see  SCHOLIAST on APOLLONIUS of RHODES Acestor [? or Acesander] . . . says that, when Eurypylus was king of Cyrene, [the woman] Cyrene was brought there by Apollo. Because a lion was ravaging the countryside, Eurypylus offered his kingdom as a prize to whoever should kill the lion. Cyrene slew the lion, and received the kingdom. She had two sons, Autuchus and Aristaeus. Phylarchus says that after she came to Libya with many companions, she went out to hunt with them, and there she killed the lion, and so received the kingdom. She had two sons by Apollo, called Autuchus and Aristaeus; Autuchus remained in Libya, but Aristaeus went off to Ceos.
|Name||Autuchus (son of Apollo)|
|Wife||Cyrene (consort of Apollo)|
|Husband||Apóllōn aka-Apollo (Twelve Olympians)|
|Profession||(son of Apollo)|