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In Greek mythology, Peneus (Πηνειός) was a river god, one of the three-thousand Oceanids, a child of Oceanus and Tethys.
Daphne prayed to the river god Peneus to help her and he changed her into a laurel tree, which became sacred to Apollo.
Another Peneus River (probably not named after this god) flows from the mountain Erymanthus (Olonos) and empties into a bay SW of Gastouni connecting the Ionian Sea.
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