Agenor is the name of a few related people descended from Oceanus or Poseidon in Greek Mythology. Most famous among them was Libya and Poseidon's son, the historically attested Greater Hyksos Pharaoh Aseth/Assis/Archles/Asehre-Khamudy father of Cadmus, last of the greater Hyksos kings. Agenor of Libya was responsible for establishing worship of the "Cretan Bull" Cronus or Apis (Apep) the pre-Olympian Poseidon in Egypt. Agenor's mother Libya was the daughter of Jupiter and abducted Io. His father described as a serpent in Egyptian records represented the Eastern Mediterranean Bronze-age Pelasgian/Phoenician Thessalocracy from Argos to Cyprus and Crete to the Nile delta and Canaan.
His offspring were responsible for the abduction of Pasiphaë daughter of Helios of "Egyptian" E1b1b1 Colchis. His own daughter Europa was also caught by the Cronus cult (her cousins or as was Medea of "Egyptian" E1b1b1 Colchis by the sons of Iapetus).
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