Sicilus, in Grecian mythology, was a son of Thoas, king of Lemnos, and a Naiad whom he learned to love while in the island of (Enoe. He colonized an island near Euboea, which received his name. See Schol. Ad Apollon. Rhod. i, 624; Strabo, 10:484.

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