Son of the Sea: the second whimsical, wondrous novel by the author of The Peculiar Tale of the Tentacle Boy
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Triton was the father of a daughter named Pallas and foster parent to the goddess Athena, according to Pseudo-Apollodorus's Bibliotheca. [c]  Elsewhere in the Bibliotheca, there appears a different Pallas (Giant), a male figure overcome by Athena. [d]  Moule, Thomas (1842). Heraldry of Fish: Notices of the Principal Families Bearing Fish in Their Arms. J. Van Voorst. p. 218. Alaw (Welsh)– This is thought of as a Welsh equivalent to the name Melody, and is also the name of a river.
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Firstly, the word "gods" could be considered a gender-neutral term, which means her children also qualify for the prophecy — she is, after all, the elder sister of Zeus, Poseidon and Hades.Aphrodite (Greek Mythology)– The Greek goddess commonly associated with love is thought by some to have been “born of (sea) foam”. My Significance Sense Is Tingling; War Gods are capable of detecting potential for conflict, and according to Guan Yu all of them were able to feel how close World War Three was to starting. The Morrigan was apparently polishing her spear for a week. Clarac, Frédéric de (1841), Musée de sculpture antique et moderne (in French), vol.2, Imprimerie royale et impériale, pp.190–191
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Rumpf, Andreas (1939) Die Meerwesen, Reprint (1969), p. 105 and note 140, apud Lattimore (1976), p.44, note 84.Mythology Notes- like in the last chapter, at the end of this chapter there is a (probably too long...) section with elaborations on the mythology references. I've tried to make sure that reading them isn't necessary for understanding the story; they are there for the curious. If I have deliberately taken liberties with a legend, I'll mention it in the notes. Time Abyss: Percy admits that his baseline for “older than dirt” is anything before the time of the Titans, and only a few beings qualify including the Egyptian goddess Nekhbet and a mysterious lady who he met in Iran. Then in Australia he realises that the Rainbow Serpent (which just smashed him out of a vision) is far, far older than both of them and what he was seeing had happened tens of thousands of years ago. And was still happening. Pragmatic Villainy: Baba Yaga doesn't poison her victims because she eats them and the poison will ruin the meat.