In ancient Greek mythology, the supernatural sea nymphs, referred to as Nereids (ne-reeds), were believed to inhabit the oceans and represent everything that is beautiful about the sea. They were the 50 daughters of Nereus and Doris and often accompanied Poseidon. The Nereids were reputed to be the most beautiful and beguiling of the sea nymphs..
Panopaea (pan-uh-pee-a), “of the beautiful husband”, was the sea nymph of the sea’s broad panorama, linked to the sighting of land.
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