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He was the son of Iapetus and Clymene, one of the Oceanides.
THE STUDENT'S MYTHOLOGYCATHERINE ANN WHITE
Helios had another son named Phaethon, whose mother was Clymene, one of the Oceanides.
They are similar in appearance to the Oceanides, but their beauty is of a less shadowy order, and is more like that of mortals.
He was the father of the Oceanides to the number of three thousand.
She became mother of all the chief rivers in the universe, as also the Oceanides or sea nymphs.
Heaven and Earth had formed his father, who had united his destinies with Clymene, one of the Oceanides.
CURIOSITIES OF MEDICAL EXPERIENCEJ. G. (JOHN GIDEON) MILLINGEN
Alone again with the Oceanides, the latter burst forth in fresh strains of pity.
Perhaps three of the Oceanides, bright as the pure foam of the wave?
HYPOLYMPIAEDMUND GOSSE

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