Cephissus, der Name vieler Flüsse und Bäche, z.B. in Argolis, Attika, Phocis, Salamis, Sicyonien, Scyrus etc., wahrscheinlich ein pelasgischer Name.


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  • Cephissus (Boeotia) — The northern Cephissus river (Greek Κηφισσός: Kifissós, Kephissós, or Kêphissos) or Cephisus (Greek Κηφισός: Kêphisos) rises at Lilaea in Phocis and flows by Delphi through Boeotia and eventually issues into Lake Copais which is therefore also… …   Wikipedia

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  • Lake Copais — Location of Lake Copais in antiquity. Lake Copais, Kopais, or Kopaida (ancient Greek Κωπαΐς, modern Κωπαΐδα) used to be in the centre of Boeotia, Greece, west of Thebes until the late 19th century. The area where it was located, though now a… …   Wikipedia

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  • Liriope (nymph) — In Greek mythology, Liriope is a Boeotian naiad, who was probably the daughter of one of the Boeotian or Phocian river Gods. Liriope was loved by the river god Cephissus, who was himself the son of Oceanus and Thethys. With Liriope, Cephissus… …   Wikipedia