Peneus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in Thessaly, Greece
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ian wolf. For by the stream of Peneus he perished. Unfortu
lank to the mouth of the Peneus, a solitary wolf rushing
hown on the banks of the Peneus, having on it an emblem
into the stream of the Peneus; and that all the country
at the mouth of the Peneus River and crossed into Asia.
alike in celebrity the river Peneus, rising close to Gomphi and
Along it glides the Peneus, glittering with pebbles and
the mouth of the Peneus, the towns Homolium, Orthe,
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