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English: In late poetical Greek mythology ichthyocentaurs (or ikhthyokentauroi) were a pair of centaurine sea-gods with the upper body of a man, the lower front of a horse, and the tail of a fish. Also, they wore lobster-claw horns. They were half-brothers of the wise centaur Chiron and the sons of Poseidon and the sea goddess Amphitrite.
System-search.svgSee also: Centaurs, Tritons and Hippocampus.
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Ittiocentauro (it); Halkentaurok (hu); Ichtiocentaury (pl); Іхтіокентаври (uk); Ichtyocentaures (fr); Ichthyokentauren (de); Ihtiokentauri (sr-el); Ichthyocentaurs (en); Ихтиокентаури (sr-ec); Ιχθυοκένταυρος (el); Ихтиокентаури (sr) Ichthyozentaur (de); Ichthyocentaure, Ichthyocentaures (fr); Ichthyocentauri, Ichthyokentauroi, Ichthyocentaur, Ichtiocentaurowie, Ichtiocentaur, Centaurotryton, Ichthyokentauros, Centaurotrytony, Centaury-ryby (pl); Ιχθυοκένταυροι (el); Ихтиокентаур (sr)


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