- In Greek mythology, `Epaphus`, also called Apis, is the son of Zeus and Io and a king of Egypt.
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- In Greek mythology, Epaphus (Ἔπαφος), also called Apis, was the son of Zeus and Io and a king of Egypt. The name/word Epaphus means "Touch".
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- Epaphus, who subsequently became king of Egypt, married Memphis, the daughter of Nilus, or according to others, Cassiopeia, and built the city of Memphis.
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