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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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