Eridanos

[Athens] Eridanos (Ηριδανός) was the small stream that flowed from a source in the foothills of the Lykabettos, through the Agora of ancient Athens in Greece to the archaeological site of the Kerameikos, where its bed is still visible. In this area lives a population of Greek Tortoise. Its course has been for the most part covered s...
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Eridanos

[geology] The name Eridanos, derived from the ancient Greek Eridanos, was given by geologists to a river which flowed where the Baltic Sea is now (Overeem, et al., 2002). Its river system was better known as the `Baltic River System` (Bijlsma, 1981; Gibbard, 1988). The Eridanos began about 40 million years ago in the Eocene. By about 12 mil...
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Eridanos

[mythology] The river Eridanos s or Eridanus (s; Ἠριδανός, `Amber`) is a river mentioned in Greek mythology. Virgil considered it one of the rivers of Hades in his Aeneid VI, 659. ==Ancient references== Hesiod, in the Theogony, calls it `deep-eddying Eridanos` in his list of rivers, the offspring of Tethys. Herodotus (III, 115) poi...
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Eridanos

the primary river of Hyperborea. It feeds from Oceanus and is populated by swans.
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