Cronus

Cronus
Cronus [krō′nəs]
n.
[L < Gr Kronos]
Gr. Myth. a Titan who overthrows his father, Uranus, to become ruler of the universe and is himself overthrown by his son Zeus: identified with the Roman Saturn

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