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In Greek mythology, Orphne // (Ancient Greek: Ὀρφνή, from ὄρφνη, "darkness"), also known as Styx // (Στύξ) or Gorgyra // (Γόργυρα, from γοργύρα, "underground drain"), was a nymph that lived in Hades. With Acheron, she mothered Ascalaphus.
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