Nereus   - in ancient sources @

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  Nereus   - a deity of the sea; father of the Nereids
Wikipedia entry
[Tib]:PanMes_45   eolus over the calmed realm of Nereus. He visited the sava
Aelian:NA_12.45   they clove the furrow of Nereus' plain, a path untrodden,
Aelian:NA_14.28   bore fifty daughters to Nereus the sea-god, whom to this
AnthPal_7.494   H 51 } & In the sea, Nereus, died Sodamus the Cretan
AnthPal_9.109   and on the sea that of Nereus, and in each case you were
Apollonid_9.296   depths of the realm of Nereus, he cut the cables of the
Athen_1.6   news in the kingdom of Nereus; and that the fish which
Athen_8.352   or from what Proteus or Nereus who came up from the depth
Athen_11.469   belonged to the Sun, from Nereus, and in it sailed across
Lucill_6.164   ? 128 } & To Glaucus, Nereus, and Melicertes, Ino's son
Lucill_11.245   ins and the bright children of Nereus. But if we wait long
Paean:Delph_2   deep-thunderous swell of Nereus subsided, and great Oceanu

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