A creature from the brief Casnr mythology. It mainly was used as a symbol for 'a unique beauty' (seen then as cupid is seen today). The creature was very clever and exceptionally intelligent, especially in the ways in which they used their wits to transform objects (biological or chemical). Stellobrykes had exceptional female beauty usually with jet black hair. Because of their divine beauty, they were very quiet and timid, so much so that one could hear them without being very close. Men who did see or hear them became infatuated in them, becoming slaves to the Stellobryke's soft skin.
"-Who was the Aphrodite of Casnr legend before the Casnr was seized by the Roman Empire (320 BCE to 147 BCE)?
by DrTuck February 12, 2012