Panopea

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This article is about a name from Greek mythology. For the genus of bivalves, see Panopea (genus). For the asteroid, see 70 Panopaea.

In Greek mythology, Panopea (Greek: Πανόπεια), also Panopaea,[1] and Panope[1][2][3][4] were two of the Nereids. Panope is also the name of one of the daughters of Thespius and Megamede. She bore Heracles a son, Threpsippas.

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