Eurythemista

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In Greek mythology, the name Eurythemista /jʊərɪθɪˈmɪstə/[citation needed] or Eurythemiste /-ˈmɪst/ (Ancient Greek: Εὐρυθεμίστη) may refer to:

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  • Merkelbach, R.; West, M.L. (1967), Fragmenta Hesiodea, Oxford, ISBN 0-19-814171-8.