Coeus | Greek Titan

Coeus Greek Mythology
Céos (Greek: Κοίος, transl.: Koíos; Latin: Cœus or Coeus), in Greek mythology, is one of the titans that were born from Gaia (Gea) and Uranus. He was the titan of intelligence and is associated with the northern direction because during Uranus' fratricide it was this "part" of his father that the titan restricted.

He united with the titanide Phoebe and with her gave birth to Asteria, the stellar goddess, and Leto, the goddess of nightfall.