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Ῥόδος), sometimes called Rhodé (Ῥόδη). A daughter of Poseidon and Helia, or of Helios and Amphitrité, or of Poseidon and Aphrodité, or lastly of Oceanus. From her the island of Rhodes is said to have derived its name, and in this island she bore to Helios seven sons. (Ol. vii. 72.)

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