Thetis

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Heid o Thetis frae an Attic red-figure pelike, c. 510–500 BC, Louvre.

Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Greek: Θέτις [tʰétis]), is encoontered in Greek meethology maistly as a sea nymph or kent as the goddess o watter, ane o the 50 Nereids, dauchters o the auncient sea god Nereus.[1]

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