In Greek mythology, the name Keltos (pronounced: /ˈkɛlˌtɒs/) or Celtus (pronounced:/ˈsɛltəs/; Greek: Κέλτος, Latin: Celtus) was attributed to two individuals. Keltos, in both mythological accounts, was regarded as the eponymous founder of the Celts.
- Keltos was the son of Heracles and Keltine.
- Keltos was the son of Polyphemus and Galatea and the brother of Illyrius and Galas.
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