Acacallis, Daughter of king Minos and queen Pasiphae of
Crete. Apollo fell in love with her and seduced her, and she bore him
two sons: Amphithemis and Garamas.
Because of this, Minos banished Acacallis to Libya. There, she was seduced by Zeus and bore him the son Ammon. Later, Hermes seduced her, and by him she had Cydon, who went to Crete and became the founder of the town Cydonia on the island.
On Crete they called the flower Narcissus Acacalli