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[402d] and filtered (ἠθούμενον) represents a spring, and the name Tethys is compounded of those two words.

That is very neat, Socrates.

Of course it is. But what comes next? Zeus we discussed before.


Let us, then, speak of his brothers, Poseidon and Pluto, including also the other name of the latter.

By all means.

I think Poseidon's name was given by him who first applied it,

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