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Corycĭdes

A name applied to the nymphs who were supposed to inhabit the Corycian cave on Mount Parnassus. They were the daughters of the river-god Plistus (Ovid, Met. i. 320; Apoll. Rh. ii. 711). The same name is also given to the Muses. See Corycia.

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