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date: 16 July 2018

Galatea (Γαλάτεια, perhaps “milk-white”), name of a sea-nymph, first in *Homer (Il. 18. 45); her legend was apparently first told by *Philoxenus (1) (see PLG4 3.609 ff.). Polyphemus (see cyclopes) ... More

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