In Greek mythology, Celaeno referred to several different beings. Greek mythology comprises the collected narratives of Greek gods, goddesses, heroes, and heroines, originally created and spread within an oral-poetic tradition. ...
One of the harpies, Celaeno ("the dark") was also known as Podarge ("fleet-foot"). The harpies were vicious winged monsters that terrorized Phineas among others. See Phineas for more details. Celaeno was also the mother of Xanthus and Balius, Achilles' supernatural horses by either Zephyrus or Zeus. Zephyrus was her constant lover.
Categories: Greek mythology In Greek mythology, Harpies (robbers) were first beautiful winged women: Hesiod (Theogony) calls them as two lovely-haired creatures. ... In Greek mythology, Phineas (also spelled Phineus) was a King of Thrace, son of Agenor who had the gift of prophecy. ... In Greek mythology, Phineas (also spelled Phineus) was a King of Thrace, son of Agenor who had the gift of prophecy. ... In Greek mythology, Xanthus (yellow; also Xanthos) is the name of several individuals and creatures. ... In Greek mythology, Balius and Xanthus were two immortal horses of Poseidons which he gave to Peleus. ... For other uses, see Achilles (disambiguation). ... Zephyr and Hyakinth; Attic red figure cup from Tarquinia, circa 480 BCE. Boston Museum of Fine Arts. ... Statue of Zeus The Greek sculptor Phidias created the 12-m (40-ft) tall Statue of Zeus in about 435 bc. ... This article is about Greek mythology. ... Andrea Doria as Neptune by Agnolo Bronzino: a potent allegory of Genoas hegemony in the Tyrrhenian Sea In Greek Mythology, Poseidon (Î Î¿ÏÎµÎ¹Î´á¿¶Î½) was the god of the sea, known to the Romans as Neptune, and to the Etruscans as Nethuns. ... In Greek mythology, Lycus, or Lykos, referred to several people. ... In Greek mythology, Deucalion, or DeukÃ¡lion (new-wine sailor) was the son of Prometheus and Clymene or Celaeno. ... This article is about the mythological figure. ...
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