Midas (24). King of Phrygia, and mythical figure, who turned everything he touched into gold. Minos (64). King of Crete. Naso (112). Unknown. Nemesis (50). Goddess and vengeful pursuer of sinners and those that do wrong. Neptune (31, 64). Roman god of seas and rivers. Nereids (64). Nymphs from the Aegean. Nicaea (46). A city in Bithynia. Nonius (52). Unknown. Novum Comum (35). Town on the foothills of the Alps, north of Milan. Nymphs (88). Mainly water-bound female goddesses, but also frequenters of caves, trees and grottoes. Nysa (64). Origin of Dionysus, possibly as far away as India. Oceanus (64, 88, 115). A river encircling the earth, spouse of Tethys. Oeta (68b). Greek mountain. Oetaean (62). Alternative to the word Hesperus. Olympus (62). Where the gods reside. Ops (64). Goddess of fertility and spouse of Saturn. Orcus (3). God of the Underworld, the Underworld itself. Orion (66). Killed by Artemis, cast into space as a constellation. Otho (54). Unknown. May have worked for Caesar. Padua (95). Northeastern Italian town.
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