In Greek mythology,
- Chryse (Greek: Χρύση, Khrýsē) was a lover of Ares and mother of Phlegyas.
- Chryse (Greek: Χρύση, Khrýsē) is also an island in the Mediterranean where, in Greek mythology, Philoctetes was bitten by a snake.
- Chryse is the Greek name of a legendary island of gold in the East Indies.
- Chryse is also the name of a town mentioned in The Iliad, from which Agamemnon took Chryseis.