In Greek mythology, the name Europs (Ancient Greek: Εὕρωψ) may refer to:

  • Europs, son of the autochthon Aegialeus, father of Telchis and grandfather of Apis, all of whom formed a legacy of the primeval kings of Sicyon according to a local legend[1].
  • Europs, a son of Phoroneus whom Herophanes of Troezen wrote of as illegitimate; Pausanias concluded that Herophanes' account was plausible, since otherwise Phoroneus' kingdom would not have passed to Argus. Europs' own son Hermion was the presumed eponym of Hermione, Argolis.[2]


  1. Pausanias, Description of Greece, 2. 5. 6
  2. Pausanias, Description of Greece, 2. 34. 4
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