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Amphitrite (Greek deity)

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    • Amphitrite (Nereid)
    • Αμφιτριτη (Greek deity)
    • Amphitriti (Greek deity)
    • Amfitrita (Greek deity)
    • Амфітрыта (Greek deity)
    • Amfitryta (Greek deity)
    • Амфитрита (Greek deity)
    • Amfitrite (Greek deity)
    • Anfítrite (Greek deity)
    • Amfitrito (Greek deity)
    • Amfitrit (Greek deity)
    • אמפיטריטה (Greek deity)
    • Amfiṭriṭah (Greek deity)
    • アムピトリーテー (Greek deity)
    • Amupitorītē (Greek deity)
    • Амфітріта (Greek deity)
    • 安菲特里忒 (Greek deity)
    • Anfeitelite (Greek deity)
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    • found: Etienne, Roland. Ténos I : le sanctuaire de Poséidon et d'Amphitrite, 1986.
    • found: Britannica online, July 8, 2016(Amphitrite, in Greek mythology, the goddess of the sea, wife of the god Poseidon, and one of the 50 (or 100) daughters (the Nereids) of Nereus and Doris (the daughter of Oceanus). Poseidon chose Amphitrite from among her sisters as the Nereids performed a dance on the isle of Naxos) -
    • found: Theoi Greek mythology website, July 8, 2016(Amphitrite. Greek name: Αμφιτριτη = Amphitritē. Roman name: Salacia. Amphitrite was the goddess-queen of the sea, wife of Poseidon, and eldest of the fifty Nereides. She was the female personification of the sea--the loud-moaning mother of fish, seals and dolphins) -
    • found: Greek mythology website, July 8, 2016(Amphitrite was one of the sea nymphs Nereids, fifty sisters in total and daughters of Nereus and Doris. She was the wife of Poseidon and had two children with him; a son named Triton, a merman; and Rhode. Initially, she was considered an important deity, as mentioned in the Homeric Hymn, when she was present at the birth of Apollo, alongside Dione, Rhea and Themis. Gradually, she became less important and in the end, the poets used her name as a mere representation of the sea. Her Roman counterpart was Salacia, the goddess of saltwater. Amphitrite Is also called Salacia, Amphitriti) -
    • found: Wikipedia, July 8, 2016:Amphitrite (In ancient Greek mythology, Amphitrite (Greek: Αμφιτρτ̔̈«”αε·τη = Amphitritē) was a sea-goddess and wife of Poseidon. Under the influence of the Olympian pantheon, she became merely the consort of Poseidon, and was further diminished by poets to a symbolic representation of the sea. In Roman mythology, the consort of Neptune, a comparatively minor figure, was Salacia, the goddess of saltwater) Azerbaijani page (Amfitrita [in roman]) Belarusian page (Амфітрыта = Amfitryta) Bulgarian page (Амфитрита = Amfitrita) Breton page (Amfitrite) Spanish page (AnfЃitrite) Esperanto page (Amfitrito) Indonesian page (Amfitrit) Hebrew page (אמפיטריטה = AmfiѴtriѴtah) Lithuanian page (AmfitritЇe) Japanese page (アムピトリーテー = AmupitorЅitЅe) Portuguese page (Anfitrite) Ukrainian page (Амфітріта = Amfitrita) Chinese page (安菲特里忒 = Anfeitelite)
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    • 2016-07-08: new
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