Eunostus

In Greek mythology, Eunostus or Eunostos was a goddess whose image was set up in mills, and who was believed to keep watch over the just weight of flour. Promylaia (`the one that stands before/protects the mill`) was another name for a goddess of the mills, who was worshipped in the same fashion as Eunostus. Both Eunostus and Promylaia could act.....
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Eunostus

[genus] Eunostus is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae, containing the following species: ...
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Eunostus

[hero] In Greek mythology, Eunostus was a hero of Tanagra, Boeotia. His parents were Elieus, son of Cephissus, and Scias. He was said to have received his name from the nymph Eunosta who reared him. The story of Eunostus` death, related by Plutarch with a reference to the poet Myrtis of Anthedon, is as follows. Ochne, a daughter of Colonus ...
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