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- Other sources cite her and her sisters as the daughters of Zeus and the Oceanid Eurynome.
- The ancient Greek poet Hesiod states that the Nereids were the daughters of Nereus (a sea god) and Doris (an Oceanid).
- He married the Oceanid Callirrhoe 1 and had by her sons Atys 3 and Cotys 2.
- Chronos is a personification of Time, his name is the ordinary Greek word for time.
- 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].
- Chronos is a personification of time, often confused with Cronos.
- Chronos is the Latin version of the same name.
- CHRONOS is the name of a FedEx project.
- Erato is the muse of love.
- ERATO - One of the Nereides , whose province was the fascination of the gaily rising tide, along with her sisters Pasithea and Euneike .
- Erato is the Muse of lyric poetry, especially love and erotic poetry.
- Erato is the first asteroid to have been credited with co-discoverers, Oskar Lesser and Wilhelm Forster, who discovered it on September 14, 1860.
- Erato was named with the other muses in Hesiod 's Theogony.
- 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.
- But the condition was attached that he should walk in front of her and not look back until he had reached the upper world.
- 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 was the PROTOGONOS (first-born elemental god) of the bright and glowing upper air(as opposed to the gloomy lower Aer of the earth).
- Aither was one of the three "airs".
- Aither was the Protogenos (first-born elemental god) of the bright, glowing upper atmosphere (as opposed to the gloomy lower Aer of the earth).
- The aither is the fifth element, together with the four others: Fire, Earth, Air, Water.
- Calliope is the eldest of the MUSES.
- Calliope is the eldest and most distinguished of the nine Muses and initially identified with philosophy.
- A calliope is a musical instrument that produces sound by sending steam through whistles, originally locomotive whistles.
- Calliope is a character in the graphic novel Sandman, by Neil Gaiman.
- Calliope is a major character in the fan fiction community Subreality.
- Alcinous was the was the king of Sicily who helped Odysseus find his way home.
- They also stopped in Scheria and were treated well by King Alcinous.
- Alcinous, realizing this decided to press Odysseus for his true identity.
- Tlepolemus was a son of Heracles and Astyoche.
- Tlepolemus was famously the first man to be killed during the Trojan War.
- Tlepolemus was killed by Sarpedon on the first day of fighting in the '' Iliad ''.
- Tlepolemus was the son of Heracles and Helen's former suitor.
- Astyoche was a daughter of Phylas, King of Ephyra who was killed by Heracles.
- Bucolion was eldest son to Laomedon, but he was a bastard.
- Scamander was an Oceanid in Greek mythology.
- Scamander is also the name of a town on the east coast of Tasmania , Australia .
- Scamander is a small town at the mouth of the Scamander River on Tasmania's north east coast.
- Idaea is also the name of her great-granddaughter, the offspring of Bateia (daughter of Teucrus) and Dardanus.
- When Plexippus 2 and Pandion 3 were thus given the rule, they wished to put their stepmother Idaea 2 to death under torture.
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- PASITHEA - One of the Nereides , who symbolised the fascination of the gaily rising tide, together with her sisters Erato and Euneike .
- 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.
- Pasithea is also the name of one of the Nereids.
- Teucer was the son of the river-god Scamander and Idaea, a nymph of Mount Ida.
- 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.
- Teucer was the best archer in the Greek army, and he often shoots arrows behind the safety of his half-brother's large shield.
- 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.
- Teucer was the son of Telamon and Hesione and the half brother of Greater Ajax.
- She is the wife of Bucolion (a son of the Trojan king Laomedon) and had two sons by him, Aesepus and Pedasus.
- His wife was the naiad Abarbarea, and they had at least two sons, Aesepus and Pedasus.
- His twin brother was Aesepus; both were slain by Euryalus, the son of Mecisteus during the Trojan War.
- Assaracus was king of the Dardanians, people living near Mount Ida in the Troad.
- Assaracus was father of Capys, Capys was father of Anchises.
- Assaracus was succeeded by Capys 1, who was still alive at the end of the Trojan War, and Capys 1 fathered Anchises 1.
- Assaracus was king of the Dardanians.
- Polydora was the daughter of Meleager and Cleopatra (not the Egyptian Cleopatra), and the wife of Protesilaus.
- Polydora was companion to Xanthe.
- Polydora was one of the Oceanids.
- Polydora was one of the amazons.
- Polydora was the daughter of Danaus (but was not one of the Danaids).
- Abderus was a friend of Hercules.
- 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.
- Abderus was a son of Hermes who was devoured by the Mares of Diomedes.
- Abderus was also said to be a native of Opus in Locris who was employed by Diomedes.
- Abderus was eaten.
- Achaemenides was one of Odysseus' crew who stayed on Sicily with Polyphemus until Aeneas arrived and took him with him.
- Achaemenides was left behind by Odysseus in his wanderings and later found by Aeneas.
- 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 was the herald of Eurystheus, informing Heracles 1 about the LABOURS that Eurystheus imposed on him.
- Copreus was said to be a son of Pelops and Hippodameia.
- Copreus was son of Pelops 1 and Hippodamia 3.
- Copreus was the herald of Eurystheus, the man who imposed the LABOURS to Heracles 1.
- Copreus was the herald of Eurystheus.
- Empusa was a specter (a ghost-like spirit) in ancient Greek mythology.
- Empusa is the daughter of the goddess Hecate.
- Empusa was feared by the people that were near its town, and had the reputation of being evil.
- Empusa is a genus of praying mantids in the family Empusidae.
- Olenus was a man who lived on Mt.
- Olenus was the father of Phoceus .
- Olenus was the father of Phoceus.Not to be confused with Olenius.
- Olenus was the father of Tectaphus the Lapith.
- Olenus was the son of Hephaestus and father of Helice and Aex .
- Philammon was famous for his song and zither.
- Philammon was killed by an armed force of Phlegyans that marched against the sanctuary at Delphi.
- Philammon was son of Apollo by either Chione 2, Leuconoe 3 or Philonis, though others have called him son of Hephaestus.
- Philammon was the son of Apollon by Leukonoe or Khione.
- Polypoites was a son of Hippodamia and Pirithous.
- Polypoites was one of the suitors of Penelope.
- Polypoites was the son of Apollo and Phthia.
- Polypoites was the son of Odysseus and Kallidice ; after his mother's death he became king of the Thesprotians .
- Polypoites was the son of Odysseus and Kallidike; after his mother's death he became king of the Thesprotians.
- Protesilaus is the first casualty of the war.
- 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.
- Protesilaus was buried in Elaeus, in the Thracian Chersonesus.
- Protesilaus was the first of the Achaeans to land on Trojan soil, and on landing he killed many but was himself killed.
- Amyntor is the king of the Dolopes.
- Amyntor is also the name of the father of Hephaestion, Alexander's companion and lieutenant.
- Amyntor was one of the hunters of the Calydonian Boar.
- Amyntor was son of Ormenus 3, son of Cercaphus 2, son of Aeolus 1.
- The Heliadae were the seven sons of Helios, the sun god and the nymph Rhodus, daughter of Poseidon.
- Heliadae are reflections of the sun goddess worship.
- The Heliadae are from the Greek culture.
- The Heliadae are kind of related to the Heliades, daughters of Helios.
- Orthrus is a two-headed dog from Greek mythology, born of Echidne ( a woman-serpent combo).
- Orthrus is also a genus of jumping spiders.
- Orthrus was a two-headed dog, the brother of Cerberus in Greek mythology.
- Orthrus was one among Echidna's fearsome brood listed in Hesiod, Theogony (306ff).
- Orthrus was owned by the three-bodied Titan, Geryon.
- Peitho is also the name of an Oceanid.
- PEITHO - The daughter of Aphrodite , Peitho, also called Suadela, was the goddess of persuasion and soft speech.
- PEITHO was the goddess or spirit (daimon) of persuasion, seduction and charming speech.
- Peitho is also one of the Charites.
- Peitho is also the name of an Oceanid (Hes.
- Tydeus was another hero who took part in the war of the Seven Against Thebes.
- Tydeus was banished from Calydon by his uncle Agrius, because he killed either his brother or a different uncle or eight of his cousins.
- Tydeus was banished from Calydon, for murdering a kinsman.
- Tydeus was described as a short warrior.
- Tydeus was the son of Oeonus and Calydon.
- Abarbarea is also one of the three ancestors of the Tyrians, along with Callirrhoe and Drosera.
- Abarbarea is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- In Greek mythology, Absyrtus (or Apsyrtus) was the son of Ae--tes and a brother of Medea.
- 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.
- 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.
- Acamas was a son of Theseus and Phaedra.
- Acamas was killed by Odysseus.
- Acamas was either betrothed or married to Phyllis, but he abandoned her.
- Acamas was the son of Phaedra and Theseus.
- Aceso was the greek goddess of the healing process.
- She was the wife of the main healer dude, Asclepius, and the mother of Aceso, Aegle, Hygeia, Iaso, and Panaceia.
- When Heracles dragged the dog out of Hades, he passed through the cavern Acherusia.
- When Hercules dragged the dog out of Hades, he passed through the cavern Acherusia.
- In Greek mythology, Acherusia was a cave on the borders of Pontus which led to the infernal regions.
- Acmon was a Phrygian king who gave his name to the district known as Acmonia; he was the father of Mygdon, his successor.
- Acmon was a companion of Diomedes in Italy.
- Acmon was one of the Dactyls, associated with the anvil, or perhaps the Corybantes.
- Acoetes was a figure in Greek mythology.
- Acoetes was a figure in Roman mythology.
- Acoetes was spared and made priest on Naxos.
- Actaeon: The legendary huntsman of Greek myth, a grandson of Cadmus.
- 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.
- Actaeon was a hunter who saw Artemis bathing.
- Actaeon is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Adrasteia was an ash nymph, who took care of Zeus with her sister Io.
- Aegialeus was one of the sons of the river god Inachus.
- Aegialeus was the first inhabitant of Sicyon, and ruled over the district of the Peloponnese called Aegialus after him.
- AEGLE: One of the HESPERIDES, the apple-cheeked NYMPHS who care for the Golden Apples of Immortality.
- Aegle is a very large main belt asteroid.
- Aegle is also a genus of southern Asian fruit trees, commonly known as the Bael tree.
- Aello is known as the Storm Swift of the three.
- Aello is one of the Greek Harpies who was employed by the gods to make peace and carry out punishments for crimes.
- Aello was described as a beautiful, winged maiden.
- Aello was one of Hippolyte's Amazons in Greek mythology.
- Aello was one of the harpies.
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- Aethra is the daughter Pittheus, the king of Troezen, and the wife of Aegeus.
- Aethra is also the name of one of the Oceanids, the 3000 daughters of Oceanus and Tethys.
- Aethra was Theseus' mom - but his dad is debatable, it was either Poseidon or Aegeus, the King of Athens.
- Aganippe is the name of a fountain and the nymph (a Crinaea) associated with it in Greek mythology.
- Aganippe is also the name of a spider genus in the family Idiopidae.
- Aganippe is the name of a fountain and the naiad (a Crinaea) associated with it in Greek mythology.
- Agdistis was a demon with two sexual organs, male and female.
- Agdistis was named after this mountain (mount Agdos).
- Agdistis was merely a title of the Phrygian goddess Kybele.
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