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OCEANID
CHRONOS
ERATO
UPPER WORLD
AITHER
CALLIOPE
ALCINOUS
TLEPOLEMUS
ASTYOCHE
BUCOLION
SCAMANDER
IDAEA
PASITHEA
TEUCER
AESEPUS
ASSARACUS
POLYDORA
ABDERUS
ACHAEMENIDES
COPREUS
EMPUSA
OLENUS
PHILAMMON
POLYPOITES
PROTESILAUS
AMYNTOR
HELIADAE
ORTHRUS
PEITHO
TYDEUS
ABARBAREA
ABSYRTUS
ACAMAS
ACESO
ACHERUSIA
ACMON
ACOETES
ACTAEON
ADRASTEIA
AEGIALEUS
AEGLE
AELLO
AEPHESIBOEA
AETHRA
AGANIPPE
AGDISTIS
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Oceanid

  1. Other sources cite her and her sisters as the daughters of Zeus and the Oceanid Eurynome. (Web site)
  2. The ancient Greek poet Hesiod states that the Nereids were the daughters of Nereus (a sea god) and Doris (an Oceanid).
  3. He married the Oceanid Callirrhoe 1 and had by her sons Atys 3 and Cotys 2. (Web site)

Chronos

  1. Chronos is a personification of Time, his name is the ordinary Greek word for time. (Web site)
  2. Chronos is the father of the HORAE (regarded as Hours instead of Seasons), of Aether (Upper Sky), and of Eros [AO.12; Nonn.12.15]. (Web site)
  3. Chronos is a personification of time, often confused with Cronos.
  4. Chronos is the Latin version of the same name.
  5. CHRONOS is the name of a FedEx project.

Erato

  1. Erato is the muse of love.
  2. ERATO - One of the Nereides , whose province was the fascination of the gaily rising tide, along with her sisters Pasithea and Euneike . (Web site)
  3. Erato is the Muse of lyric poetry, especially love and erotic poetry. (Web site)
  4. Erato is the first asteroid to have been credited with co-discoverers, Oskar Lesser and Wilhelm Forster, who discovered it on September 14, 1860. (Web site)
  5. Erato was named with the other muses in Hesiod 's Theogony. (Web site)

Upper World

  1. She was carried off by Hades and because of her eating a seed of a pomegranate in the Underworld had to divide her time between this and the upper world.
  2. But the condition was attached that he should walk in front of her and not look back until he had reached the upper world. (Web site)
  3. After spending one night with her, he returns to the upper world and discovers that his family has vanished and he is now an old man.

Aither

  1. AITHER was the PROTOGONOS (first-born elemental god) of the bright and glowing upper air(as opposed to the gloomy lower Aer of the earth). (Web site)
  2. Aither was one of the three "airs".
  3. Aither was the Protogenos (first-born elemental god) of the bright, glowing upper atmosphere (as opposed to the gloomy lower Aer of the earth). (Web site)
  4. The aither is the fifth element, together with the four others: Fire, Earth, Air, Water.

Calliope

  1. Calliope is the eldest of the MUSES. (Web site)
  2. Calliope is the eldest and most distinguished of the nine Muses and initially identified with philosophy. (Web site)
  3. A calliope is a musical instrument that produces sound by sending steam through whistles, originally locomotive whistles. (Web site)
  4. Calliope is a character in the graphic novel Sandman, by Neil Gaiman.
  5. Calliope is a major character in the fan fiction community Subreality.

Alcinous

  1. Alcinous was the was the king of Sicily who helped Odysseus find his way home.
  2. They also stopped in Scheria and were treated well by King Alcinous.
  3. Alcinous, realizing this decided to press Odysseus for his true identity.

Tlepolemus

  1. Tlepolemus was a son of Heracles and Astyoche.
  2. Tlepolemus was famously the first man to be killed during the Trojan War.
  3. Tlepolemus was killed by Sarpedon on the first day of fighting in the '' Iliad ''.
  4. Tlepolemus was the son of Heracles and Helen's former suitor. (Web site)

Astyoche

  1. Astyoche was a daughter of Phylas, King of Ephyra who was killed by Heracles.

Bucolion

  1. Bucolion was eldest son to Laomedon, but he was a bastard. (Web site)

Scamander

  1. Scamander was an Oceanid in Greek mythology.
  2. Scamander is also the name of a town on the east coast of Tasmania , Australia .
  3. Scamander is a small town at the mouth of the Scamander River on Tasmania's north east coast.

Idaea

  1. Idaea is also the name of her great-granddaughter, the offspring of Bateia (daughter of Teucrus) and Dardanus.
  2. When Plexippus 2 and Pandion 3 were thus given the rule, they wished to put their stepmother Idaea 2 to death under torture. (Web site)
  3. Showing 1 to 0 of 0 Articles matching ' Idaea ' in related articles. (Web site)

Pasithea

  1. PASITHEA - One of the Nereides , who symbolised the fascination of the gaily rising tide, together with her sisters Erato and Euneike . (Web site)
  2. He also says that Sleep was a lover of Pasithea, and in the speech of Sleep there is this verse:-- Verily that he would give me one of the younger Graces.
  3. Pasithea is also the name of one of the Nereids. (Web site)

Teucer

  1. Teucer was the son of the river-god Scamander and Idaea, a nymph of Mount Ida. (Web site)
  2. Teucer was the nephew of King Priam In Greek mythology, Priam (Greek Priamos) was the king of Troy during the Trojan War, and son of Laomedon.
  3. Teucer was the best archer in the Greek army, and he often shoots arrows behind the safety of his half-brother's large shield. (Web site)
  4. Teucer was the nephew of King Priam of Troy and so the cousin of Hector and Paris - all of whom he fought against in the Trojan War.
  5. Teucer was the son of Telamon and Hesione and the half brother of Greater Ajax.

Aesepus

  1. She is the wife of Bucolion (a son of the Trojan king Laomedon) and had two sons by him, Aesepus and Pedasus.
  2. His wife was the naiad Abarbarea, and they had at least two sons, Aesepus and Pedasus.
  3. His twin brother was Aesepus; both were slain by Euryalus, the son of Mecisteus during the Trojan War. (Web site)

Assaracus

  1. Assaracus was king of the Dardanians, people living near Mount Ida in the Troad. (Web site)
  2. Assaracus was father of Capys, Capys was father of Anchises. (Web site)
  3. Assaracus was succeeded by Capys 1, who was still alive at the end of the Trojan War, and Capys 1 fathered Anchises 1. (Web site)
  4. Assaracus was king of the Dardanians. (Web site)

Polydora

  1. Polydora was the daughter of Meleager and Cleopatra (not the Egyptian Cleopatra), and the wife of Protesilaus.
  2. Polydora was companion to Xanthe. (Web site)
  3. Polydora was one of the Oceanids.
  4. Polydora was one of the amazons.
  5. Polydora was the daughter of Danaus (but was not one of the Danaids).

Abderus

  1. Abderus was a friend of Hercules. (Web site)
  2. Abderus was a son of Hermes who was devoured by the Mares of Diomedes The Mares of Diomedes were four, magnificent, wild, uncontrollable, man-eating horses.
  3. Abderus was a son of Hermes who was devoured by the Mares of Diomedes.
  4. Abderus was also said to be a native of Opus in Locris who was employed by Diomedes.
  5. Abderus was eaten.

Achaemenides

  1. Achaemenides was one of Odysseus' crew who stayed on Sicily with Polyphemus until Aeneas arrived and took him with him. (Web site)
  2. Achaemenides was left behind by Odysseus in his wanderings and later found by Aeneas.
  3. According to Virgil 's Aeneid, Achaemenides was one of Odysseus' crew who stayed on Sicily with Polyphemus until Aeneas arrived and took him with him.

Copreus

  1. Copreus was the herald of Eurystheus, informing Heracles 1 about the LABOURS that Eurystheus imposed on him. (Web site)
  2. Copreus was said to be a son of Pelops and Hippodameia. (Web site)
  3. Copreus was son of Pelops 1 and Hippodamia 3.
  4. Copreus was the herald of Eurystheus, the man who imposed the LABOURS to Heracles 1. (Web site)
  5. Copreus was the herald of Eurystheus.

Empusa

  1. Empusa was a specter (a ghost-like spirit) in ancient Greek mythology. (Web site)
  2. Empusa is the daughter of the goddess Hecate.
  3. Empusa was feared by the people that were near its town, and had the reputation of being evil. (Web site)
  4. Empusa is a genus of praying mantids in the family Empusidae.

Olenus

  1. Olenus was a man who lived on Mt.
  2. Olenus was the father of Phoceus .
  3. Olenus was the father of Phoceus.Not to be confused with Olenius.
  4. Olenus was the father of Tectaphus the Lapith.
  5. Olenus was the son of Hephaestus and father of Helice and Aex .

Philammon

  1. Philammon was famous for his song and zither. (Web site)
  2. Philammon was killed by an armed force of Phlegyans that marched against the sanctuary at Delphi. (Web site)
  3. Philammon was son of Apollo by either Chione 2, Leuconoe 3 or Philonis, though others have called him son of Hephaestus. (Web site)
  4. Philammon was the son of Apollon by Leukonoe or Khione. (Web site)

Polypoites

  1. Polypoites was a son of Hippodamia and Pirithous. (Web site)
  2. Polypoites was one of the suitors of Penelope.
  3. Polypoites was the son of Apollo and Phthia.
  4. Polypoites was the son of Odysseus and Kallidice ; after his mother's death he became king of the Thesprotians .
  5. Polypoites was the son of Odysseus and Kallidike; after his mother's death he became king of the Thesprotians.

Protesilaus

  1. Protesilaus is the first casualty of the war.
  2. Protesilaus was a Thessalian who was the first to die because he was the first person to set foot on Trojan soil, according to a prophecy.
  3. Protesilaus was buried in Elaeus, in the Thracian Chersonesus. (Web site)
  4. Protesilaus was the first of the Achaeans to land on Trojan soil, and on landing he killed many but was himself killed. (Web site)

Amyntor

  1. Amyntor is the king of the Dolopes. (Web site)
  2. Amyntor is also the name of the father of Hephaestion, Alexander's companion and lieutenant. (Web site)
  3. Amyntor was one of the hunters of the Calydonian Boar.
  4. Amyntor was son of Ormenus 3, son of Cercaphus 2, son of Aeolus 1.

Heliadae

  1. The Heliadae were the seven sons of Helios, the sun god and the nymph Rhodus, daughter of Poseidon.
  2. Heliadae are reflections of the sun goddess worship.
  3. The Heliadae are from the Greek culture. (Web site)
  4. The Heliadae are kind of related to the Heliades, daughters of Helios.

Orthrus

  1. Orthrus is a two-headed dog from Greek mythology, born of Echidne ( a woman-serpent combo).
  2. Orthrus is also a genus of jumping spiders.
  3. Orthrus was a two-headed dog, the brother of Cerberus in Greek mythology. (Web site)
  4. Orthrus was one among Echidna's fearsome brood listed in Hesiod, Theogony (306ff). (Web site)
  5. Orthrus was owned by the three-bodied Titan, Geryon.

Peitho

  1. Peitho is also the name of an Oceanid.
  2. PEITHO - The daughter of Aphrodite , Peitho, also called Suadela, was the goddess of persuasion and soft speech. (Web site)
  3. PEITHO was the goddess or spirit (daimon) of persuasion, seduction and charming speech. (Web site)
  4. Peitho is also one of the Charites. (Web site)
  5. Peitho is also the name of an Oceanid (Hes. (Web site)

Tydeus

  1. Tydeus was another hero who took part in the war of the Seven Against Thebes. (Web site)
  2. Tydeus was banished from Calydon by his uncle Agrius, because he killed either his brother or a different uncle or eight of his cousins. (Web site)
  3. Tydeus was banished from Calydon, for murdering a kinsman. (Web site)
  4. Tydeus was described as a short warrior. (Web site)
  5. Tydeus was the son of Oeonus and Calydon. (Web site)

Abarbarea

  1. Abarbarea is also one of the three ancestors of the Tyrians, along with Callirrhoe and Drosera.
  2. Abarbarea is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Absyrtus

  1. In Greek mythology, Absyrtus (or Apsyrtus) was the son of Ae--tes and a brother of Medea.
  2. Ae--tes stopped to pick up the pieces, since it was necessary to gather all the pieces in order to give Absyrtus a proper burial.
  3. Better so, than to wander for ever, disgraced by the guilt of my princes; for the blood of Absyrtus still tracks me, and woe follows hard upon woe. (Web site)

Acamas

  1. Acamas was a son of Theseus and Phaedra. (Web site)
  2. Acamas was killed by Odysseus.
  3. Acamas was either betrothed or married to Phyllis, but he abandoned her.
  4. Acamas was the son of Phaedra and Theseus.

Aceso

  1. Aceso was the greek goddess of the healing process. (Web site)
  2. She was the wife of the main healer dude, Asclepius, and the mother of Aceso, Aegle, Hygeia, Iaso, and Panaceia. (Web site)

Acherusia

  1. When Heracles dragged the dog out of Hades, he passed through the cavern Acherusia.
  2. When Hercules dragged the dog out of Hades, he passed through the cavern Acherusia. (Web site)
  3. In Greek mythology, Acherusia was a cave on the borders of Pontus which led to the infernal regions. (Web site)

Acmon

  1. Acmon was a Phrygian king who gave his name to the district known as Acmonia; he was the father of Mygdon, his successor.
  2. Acmon was a companion of Diomedes in Italy.
  3. Acmon was one of the Dactyls, associated with the anvil, or perhaps the Corybantes.

Acoetes

  1. Acoetes was a figure in Greek mythology.
  2. Acoetes was a figure in Roman mythology. (Web site)
  3. Acoetes was spared and made priest on Naxos. (Web site)

Actaeon

  1. Actaeon: The legendary huntsman of Greek myth, a grandson of Cadmus.
  2. Actaeon is the hunter who was torn to pieces by his own dogs after having been turned into a stag by Artemis, whom he had seen unrobed. (Web site)
  3. Actaeon was a hunter who saw Artemis bathing.
  4. Actaeon is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Adrasteia

  1. Adrasteia was an ash nymph, who took care of Zeus with her sister Io.

Aegialeus

  1. Aegialeus was one of the sons of the river god Inachus. (Web site)
  2. Aegialeus was the first inhabitant of Sicyon, and ruled over the district of the Peloponnese called Aegialus after him.

Aegle

  1. AEGLE: One of the HESPERIDES, the apple-cheeked NYMPHS who care for the Golden Apples of Immortality. (Web site)
  2. Aegle is a very large main belt asteroid. (Web site)
  3. Aegle is also a genus of southern Asian fruit trees, commonly known as the Bael tree.

Aello

  1. Aello is known as the Storm Swift of the three. (Web site)
  2. Aello is one of the Greek Harpies who was employed by the gods to make peace and carry out punishments for crimes. (Web site)
  3. Aello was described as a beautiful, winged maiden. (Web site)
  4. Aello was one of Hippolyte's Amazons in Greek mythology.
  5. Aello was one of the harpies. (Web site)

Aephesiboea

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  3. Did you mean: alphesiboea "greek mythology" Search Results Aephesiboea In Greek mythology , Aephesiboea was the mother of Adonis with Phoenix .

Aethra

  1. Aethra is the daughter Pittheus, the king of Troezen, and the wife of Aegeus.
  2. Aethra is also the name of one of the Oceanids, the 3000 daughters of Oceanus and Tethys.
  3. Aethra was Theseus' mom - but his dad is debatable, it was either Poseidon or Aegeus, the King of Athens. (Web site)

Aganippe

  1. Aganippe is the name of a fountain and the nymph (a Crinaea) associated with it in Greek mythology.
  2. Aganippe is also the name of a spider genus in the family Idiopidae.
  3. Aganippe is the name of a fountain and the naiad (a Crinaea) associated with it in Greek mythology. (Web site)

Agdistis

  1. Agdistis was a demon with two sexual organs, male and female. (Web site)
  2. Agdistis was named after this mountain (mount Agdos).
  3. Agdistis was merely a title of the Phrygian goddess Kybele. (Web site)

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