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[3] Pigasis Oenone. She was daughter of the river Cebrenis, according to Apollodorus, or, as others maintain, of Xanthus, both rivers of Troas; and consequently she was one of the Naiads, who were by the Greeks called Pegasides, and Nymphs of the Fountains. The Muses also bore the same name, because they were worshipers of fountains, from πήγη, 'a fountain.'

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