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A river spirit (male), Patron of the Pinios River, in Thessaly. He is the father of the Nymph Daphne.
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- FORMATION AND EVOLUTION OF THE PENEUS PATERA
- FORMATION AND EVOLUTION OF THE PENEUS PATERA CALDERA. C.B.
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- (3) Peneus carinatus Dana. (4) Peneus semisulcatus de Haan. (5) Peneus indictrs var.
- Aquarius Full Moon Talk
- Two rivers, he observed, the Alpheus and the Peneus, flowed quietly nearby.
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- Ag. CJN Musdapher: The task ahead
- He achieved the feat by re-routing the rivers Alpheus and Peneus through the stable to wash out the demoralising and, in most cases, provocative filth. It was an arduous task meant to be an impossible or humiliating one.
Suggested Web Resources
- Peneus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- For other uses, see Peneus (disambiguation).
- PENEUS : River god of Thessaly in Greece ; Greek mythology
- PENEIOS (or Peneus) was a River-God of Thessalia in northern Greece.
- May 5, 1997 The god of a river in Thessaly, son of Oceanus and Tethys. He is the father of Daphne, the nymph who was persued by Apollo.
- Peneus - definition of Peneus by the Free Online Dictionary
- Peneus [pɪˈniːəs]. n. (Placename) the ancient name for the Salambria.
- Peneus Patera | Mars Odyssey Mission THEMIS
- Jul 8, 2011 About this image. The unusual shallow, scalloped depressions in this image are located on the margin Peneus Patera, south of Hellas Planitia.
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