Titan god of Air and the Hunt
Lelantos was a Titan god in Greek mythology, son of the Titans Coeus and Phoebe. He was the brother of Leto and Asteria. He was the husband of Periboa, and had a daughter, Aura.
His name means "something that goes unobserved"; therefore, he became the Titan of air, hunter's skill of stalking prey, and the unseen.
Lelantos was not seen in any myths but it is known that he is the male counterpart of Leto. His only child is Aura, virgin huntress goddess of the breeze, who is the counterpart of Artemis.
Lelantos Is also called Lelantus.
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