Naiad; wife of Chiron; daughter of Apollo, Perseus or Oceanus; mother of Carystus (Hes. Cat. fr. 42; Schol. Pind. Pyth. 4,182 Drachmann). Always depicted near to Chiron, also i.a. as a member of Peleus' and Thetis' marriage procession.
Nymph; wife of Eueres. According to Pherecydes, being a favourite of Athena she obtains for her son Teiresias, blinded by Athena, a staff and the gift of understanding the songs of birds (Ap…
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