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- For the moon of Jupiter, see Eurydome (moon).
According to Lucius Annaeus Cornutus' Compendium Theologiae Graecae, Eurydome[pronunciation?] (Ευρυδόμη; "Structure Outside the Areas") was the mother of the Graces by Zeus (a role normally attributed to the similarly named Eurynome).
- Cornutus, Compendium Theologiae Graecae, 15
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