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Snakes? I thought they were turned into dragons!
I have added an Unreferenced tag to this article on account of the fact that the only thing even remotely resembling a citation on this page is a note that some information is taken from the 1911 Encyc. Brit. Hesiod, Apollodorus, Diod. Sic., Euripides - these are sources and clearly indicate the myths and geneologies mentioned here. I am doing some work on this matter right now and will add the appropriate primary sources and citations as I come across them, for this article, as is, is of virtually no use to anyone with a serious interest in the conflicting myths. --Ben iarwain 06:48, 27 November 2006 (UTC)
(On the topic of merging with Concordia) Without further evidence, I recommend keeping the two articles separate. Greek and Roman mythologies may overlap, but several gods and goddesses also had independent roots, dating to before Rome assimilated Hellenistic views of pantheons. Some texts that I have read suggest that the relationship between Harmonia and Eris was much different than that between Concordia and Discordia. -- Saint Fnordius 06:17, 31 July 2007 (UTC)
Do not merge
In general we shouldn't merge different names for a god or goddess, and definitely not in this case, where there is already enough confusion. If it's a different name it's a different god. Mathiastck 04:21, 3 August 2007 (UTC)