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Encyclopedia > Potameides

Potameides were graceful nymphs of rivers and streams. The are a type of Naiades.


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Greek Mythology: AEGAEIDES AIGAIIDES Naiad Nymphs of the River Aegaeus in Scheria (341 words)
They longed to lay their hands on it, and yet they were afraid to touch it.
Some of these Nymphai were daughters of the River (potamos) Aigaios [Potameides], others lived on the heights of the Meliteian Mount (oros) [Oreiades], others again were Alseides (of the groves) from the plains.
All were sent to the wedding by Hera, wife of Zeus, who thus did honour to Iason.
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