|First Appearance:||Ancient Greek Mythology|
|Turtledove Appearance:||"Miss Manners' Guide to Greek Missology" (Direct)|
|Parents:||Belus and Anchinoe|
Cepheus was a mythical king of Ethiopia, husband of Cassiopeia, father of Andromeda, and later father-in-law of Perseus. He is a secondary, underdeveloped character in the myths focusing on these other characters. Ancient Greek astronomers named a set of constellations after Cepheus' family.
Cepheus in "Miss Manners' Guide to Greek Missology"Edit