Another class of Divinities often associated with the sea, the children of Okeanos, Titan of the Waters: Amphiro, Dione, Doris,
Eudora, Eurynome, Galaxaura, Hippo, Ianthe, Idea, Kallirrhoe, Kalypso, Melobosis, Menestho, Metis, Ocyrhoe, Pasithoe, Peitho, Petraea,
Plexaura, Pluto, Polydora, Styx, Telesto, Thoe, Tyche.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Prometheus Bound and Contemporary Trends in Greek Natural
- characters: Okeanos and the Okeanids represent water; Pro- metheus, as the Prometheus is the son of the Titan Iapetos and the Okeanid.
- The Genesis of NEDA (NEutron Detector Array): Characterizing its
- The name NEDA comes from the Okeanid. Naiad Nymph of the river Neda, near Mount Lykaios in the. Southern Greek region Arkadia.
- Greek Mythology Family Tree
- (okeanid nymph). (sea god). (time).
Suggested Web Resources
- Okeanid - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Okeanids are the daughters of the Titans Okeanos and Tethys in Greek mythology. They are water and ocean nymphs.
- Styx: The Oath River; One of the daughters of Okeanos (Ocean) and
- Styx is one of the daughters of Okeanos (Ocean) and Tethys which means that she is an Okeanid.
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