Sicyon, in Grecian mythology, was a son of Marathon, Metion, Erechtheus, or Pelops, and the husband of Xeurippe, daughter of king Lamedon of Sicyon. The town was named Mecone or Egialoe, but is said to have received its subsequent name from him (see Pausan. ii, 1, 1; 7:2, 3; Strabo, 8:382).

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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