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In Greek mythology, Kallichore is sometimes considered one of the "Muses, and thus a daughter of "Zeus (Jupiter); a "scholion to "Hesiod's Works and Days names her. She is better known, however, as one of the "Nysiads, "nymphs who nursed "Dionysos. Both the lunar crater Kallichore and Jupiter's moon "Kallichore are named after her.
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