Tyro was the daughter of Salmoneus, the wife of Cretheus, and and the mother (by Poseidon) of Pelias and Neleus.

The Genealogy of Tyro:


                     Deucalion
                         |
                       Hellen
                         |
                       Aeolus
                         |
                  ---------------------------
                 |                           |
                Salmoneus                  Cretheus
                   \
                    \
   Poseidon = <----  Tyro ----------> = Cretheus
            |                         |
   -------------------              -----------------------
  |                   |            |          |            |
Neleus = Chloris  Pelias           Aeson   Pheres   Amythaon
       |                             |                 |
 ---------------------------         |                 |
|            |     |        |      Jason = Medea    Melampus
|            |     |        |       
Chromius  Nestor Pero Periclymenus




Nestor = Eurydice
       |
 --------------------------
|            |             |
Pirithous  Antilochus  Thrasymedes

From the index of the Odyssey, as translated by Robert Fagles

Ty"ro (?), n.; pl. Tyros (#). [L. tiro a newlylevied soldier, a beginner.]

A beginner in learning; one who is in the rudiments of any branch of study; a person imperfectly acquainted with a subject; a novice.

[Written also tiro.]

The management of tyros of eighteen Is difficult. Cowper.

 

© Webster 1913.

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