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Callirrhoe (//; historically misspelt Callirhoe) may refer to:
- In Greek mythology:
- Callirrhoe (naiad), a daughter of Oceanus and mother of Geryon, one of the Oceanids
- Callirhoe, daughter of the river god Scamander, wife of Tros, mother of Ilus, Assaracus and Ganymede
- Callirrhoe, the daughter of the river-god Achelous, who betrothed her to Alcmaeon
- Callirhoe, a maiden who was loved by Coresus
- Callirhoe, daughter of Lycus, king of Lycia. She fell in love with Diomedes and saved him from being sacrificed to Ares by her father. After Diomedes left Lycia, she hanged herself.
- Callirhoe, daughter of Nestus, mother of Biston, Odomas and Edonus by Ares
- Callirhoe, daughter of the Boeotian Phocus
- Callirhoe, daughter of Meander and consort of Car
- Callirrhoe (moon), a moon of Jupiter
- Callirhoe, a genus of plant within the Malvaceae family
- Callirhoé, the only ballet written by French composer Cécile Chaminade
- Chaereas and Callirhoe, a novel written by the ancient Greek author Chariton
- A place of baths near Zareth-shahar on the eastern shore of the Dead Sea. Visited by Herod the Great in his last days.
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