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Anthousai (Ancient Greek: Ανθούσαι from ἄνθος ánthos, meaning "flower, blossom") are nymphs of flowers in Greek mythology. They were described as having hair that resembled hyacinth flowers. Chloris the nymph is an example of a flower nymph.
- Nymphs: Nature Spirits, Meadow Nymphs - Theoi Project
- List of Nymphs and Classes of Nymphs - Theoi Project
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