female flower nymphs
Anthousai (Ancient Greek: anthos, meaning "flower, blossom") are nymphs of flowers in Greek mythology. They were described as having hair that resembled hyacinth flowers.
Anthousai is one of five types of Okeanides the others being ranging from rainclouds to subterranean springs and fountains. Their numbers included the Nephelai (Cloud-Nymphs), Aurai (Breeze-Nymphs), Naiades (Spring and Fountain Nymphs) and Leimonides (Pasture Nymphs).
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