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The Titan Oceanus


Mark Cartwright
by Mary Harrsch
published on 07 March 2013
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A representation of the Titan Oceanus, a figure from Greek mythology who was a personification of the river or ocean which encircled the world and was the source of all other rivers. With the Titan Tethys, he was the father of the Oceanids and the various river-gods, including Styx. (From the Trevi Fountain, Rome).

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