Parcae (64, 68b). The Fates and weavers of Man’s future. Parnassus (64). Home to Dionysus and the Maenads. Parthians (11). Famous in the period for mounted soldiering as cavalry and archers. Pasithea (63). A Grace, wife of Hypnos (Sleep). Pegasus (58b). Winged horse born of the blood of Medusa, who was beheaded by Perseus. Peleus (64). A lucky Argonaut, whose prize was the goddess Thetis as wife. Pelion, Mount (64). A mountain located in Thessaly. Pelops (64). Father of Atreus, husband of Hippodamia. Penates (64). Household gods. Penelope (61). Faithful and patient wife of Odysseus. Penios (64). River and god. Perseus (58b). Son of Jupiter and Danae, he killed the Medusa aided by the gift of Mercury’s winged sandals. Persia (90). Territory covering large part of the known East, eventually annexed by Alexander the Great. Phaeton (64). Son of Apollo big-headed enough to drive his father’s chariot before falling into the River Po. Pharsalus (64). A town in Thessaly. Phasis (64). River, whose course flows through Colchis to the Black Sea. Pheneus (68b). Town in Arcadia, below Mount Cyllene. Phoebus (64). Same as Apollo. Phrygia /n (46, 61, 63, 64). Area of Asia Minor and parts of Bithynia, also another name for Trojan.
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