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Encyclopedia > Cebren

Cebren was a Greek river-god (an Oceanid), whose river was located near Troy. He was the son of Oceanus and Tethys and he was the father of Asterope, Hesperia and Oenone.


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Aesacus at AllExperts (280 words)
Aesacus sorrowed for the death of his wife or would-be lover, a daughter of the river Cebren, and was transformed into a bird.
In Ovid's Metamorphoses (11.749-759), Aesacus is an illegitimate son of King Priam secretly born to the nymph Alexirhoe daughter of the river Granicus.
One day he catches sight of the nymph Hesperia daughter of the river Cebren, falls in love, and pursues her.
ASTEROPE : Naiad nymph of Cebren R. in Troad ; Greek mythology : HESPERIA (308 words)
ASTEROPE : Naiad nymph of Cebren R. in Troad ; Greek mythology : HESPERIA
He saw her by her father Cebren’s river bank, her hair loose on her shoulders drying in the sun.
The Nymphe, observed, took flight, as a frightened hind flees from a grizzled wolf, or a mallard caught far from the lake she’s left flies from a hawk.
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