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(the Hateful. derived from a root meaning "Icy cold") A cthonian river spirit, tutelary to the underground River Styx, the touch of whose waters brought unconciousness (permanent in mortals, temporary to the Gods)....
Deities & Heros >> Greek
(rainbow) Daughter of Thaumas, and Goddess of the rainbow. Like Hermes, she was a messenger and herald, and she served as an oath-taker on solemn occasions among the Gods, bearing a jar containing water from the River Styx, which would render a Divinity...
Deities & Heros >> Greek
The Okeanids
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,...
Deities & Heros >> Greek

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The Guess Who replaces former Styx lead singer at Northern Wisconsin State Fair
CHIPPEWA FALLS – The Guess Who will replace Dennis DeYoung and music of Styx as the Friday night performer at the Northern Wisconsin State Fair in July. Fair director Rusty Volk announced the change Tuesday, saying DeYoung had a scheduling ...
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Styx is coming to the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts. The multiplatinum rock band will perform at the Center on Tuesday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m.

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