Mythology & Beliefs: Procris In Greek and Roman Mythology, Procris was the wife of Cephalus, who accidentally slew her.
Procris in Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology
（*Pro/kris), a daughter of Erechtheus in Athens, was married
to Cephalus (Apollod. 3.15.2; comp. CEPHALUS). A second
Procris was a daughter of Thespius. (Apollod. 2.7.8.) - A
Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology, William
Procris in Wikipedia
In Greek mythology, Procris (Ancient Greek: Πρόκρις, gen.:
Πρόκριδος) was the daughter of Erechtheus, king of Athens and
his wife, Praxithea. She married Cephalus, the son of
Deioneus. Procris had at least two sisters, Creusa and
Orithyia. Sophocles wrote a tragedy called Procris which has
been lost, as has a version contained in the Greek Cycle, but
at least six different accounts of her story still exist...