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'''Oceanus''' in [[Greek mythology]] is the [[Titan]] god of the world-ocean, considered to be an enormous river encircling the world. The first-born son of [[Uranus]] and [[Gaia]], Oceanus refused to join with [[Cronus]] in usurping his father. In the struggle between the Titans and the [[Olympians (mythology)]] (the [[Titanomachy]]), Oceanus along with [[Prometheus]] and [[Themis]], abstained from the conflict.  With his sister [[Tethys]] Oceanus fathered the ocena [[nymph]]s and all the rivers and lakes of the world.
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