Origin of BucephalusL, literally , ox-headed from Classical Greek bous, ox, cow + kephal?, head: see cephalic
- (Natural size; after Zeller.) E, Bucephalus polymorphus.
- BUCEPHALUS (Gr.
- A little to the east is the huge stone monument of C. Vibius, known to the Turks as Dikelitashlar and to the Greeks as the Manger of Bucephalus.