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Other Sea Gods and Goddesses “In the waves the Sea-gods (Di Caerulei) dwelt, Aegeon . . . ambiguous Proteus, Triton with his horn; and Doris and her daughters [the Nereides] might be seen, and some were swimming, some on fishes … Continue reading
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This festival is one celebrating Neptune, from Classical Living: Reconnecting with the Rituals of Ancient Rome: Myths, Gods, Goddesses, Celebrations, and Rites for Every Month of the Year by Frances Bernstein, Ph.D. It takes place in July, but I thought … Continue reading
Highest of the gods, lord of the sea, Poseidon of the golden trident, Earth-shaker in the swelling brine, Around thee the finny monsters in a ring swim and dance, With nimble flingings of their feet leaping lightly, Snub-nosed hounds with … Continue reading
Okay, this made me laugh. I just had to share it. If this post increases the numbers of Poseidon’s lovers, so be it. “Aloeus married Triops’ daughter Iphimedeia, who, however, was in love with Poseidon. She would go down to … Continue reading