KYTHONIOS:http://greekmythology.wikia.com/wiki/Khthonios Not much is known about Kythonios but his name is in the mentioned in a speech given by Gaia to her sons the Gigantes goading into attacking. In the speech, Athena is referred to as “Brighteyes” and Aphrodite is called “Kythereia” which is a lesser used name that she was occasionally worshipped as.
Ancient Text: “My sons, make your attack with high towering rocks against cluster garlanded Dionysos–catch this Indianslayer, this destroyer of my family, this son of Zeus, and let me not see him ruling with Zeus a bastard monarch of Olympos! Bind him, bind Bakkhos fast, that he may attend in the chamber when I bestow Hebe on Porphyrion as a wife, and give Kythereia to Khthonios, when I sing Bright eyes he bedfellow of Enkelados, and Artemis of Alkyoneus.”
-Nonnus, Dionysiaca 48. 6 ff