Peneus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Peneus   - a river in Thessaly, Greece
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Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_7.550   ian wolf. For by the stream of Peneus he perished. Unfortu
AntipThes_7.289   lank to the mouth of the Peneus, a solitary wolf rushing
Athen_13.589   hown on the banks of the Peneus, having on it an emblem
Athen_14.639   into the stream of the Peneus; and that all the country
Oros_6.15   at the mouth of the Peneus River and crossed into Asia.
Plin:HN_4.30   alike in celebrity the river Peneus, rising close to Gomphi and
Plin:HN_4.31   Along it glides the Peneus, glittering with pebbles and
Plin:HN_4.32   the mouth of the Peneus, the towns Homolium, Orthe,


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