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A river spirit (male), Patron of the Achelous, in Epirus.

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often represented Achelous as a bull with a man's head. image of Achelous on their coins to remind its citizens that the founders of Neapolis were.

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In Latin, it was a Cornu copiae, the horn that Hercules broke off from the river-god, Achelous, who had taken on the form of a bull to fight him.
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À Saint-Paul, si Christopher Achelous fait son retour de suspension, Christian Dafreville doit néanmoins composer avec plusieurs blessés. Anthony Siva (adducteurs), Nicolas Hoarau (adducteurs) et Benoît Cholet (pubalgie) manquent à l'appel.

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Mar 3, 1997 In Greek mythology, Achelous is the deity of the river of that name, and ruler of all rivers. He is the eldest son of Oceanus and Tethys.
ACHELOUS : River god of Aetolia in Greece ; Greek mythology
AKHELOIOS (or Achelous) was a River-God of Aitolia in central Greece.
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