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                                                     Greek Mythology index


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Naiads, the nymphs of rivers and springs   
Nastes, leader of the Carians In the Troyan war, killed by Achilles  
Nauplius, father of Palamedes, who lured the Argive ships to destruction   
Nausicaa, daughter of Alcinous king of the Phoeacians and Arete   
Nausithous, son of Poseidon and Periboea, father of Alcinous    
Neleus of Pylos, father of Nestor, one of the Argonauts    
Neoptolemus, son of Achilles and Deidamia, also known as Pyrrhus          
Nephele, wife of Athamas, mother of Phrixus and Helle         
Nereids, the nymphs of the sea, daughters of Nereus and Doris  
Nereus, son of Pontus and Gaea, father of the Nereids, among them Thetis, the mother of Achilles 
Nessus, a centaur who used to ferry travellers across the river Euenus; he was killed by Heracles, but in revenge gave Deianira the poison by which Heracles died  
Nestor, son of Neleus and Chloris, ruler of Pylos, father of Antilochus; he was known for his wisdom, justice, and eloquence         
Niobe, daughter of Tantalus and Dione, wife of Amphion, queen of Thebes, whose seven sons and seven daughters were killed by Apollo and Artemis   
Nireus of Syme, son of Charopus and the nymph Aglaia, next to Achilles the most beautiful of the Argives           
Noemon, son of Phronius, an Ithacan, who lent Telemachus a ship with which to sail to Pylos in search of Odysseus       





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