Named for a Siren, sometimes described as having a fish’s body, who, cast upon the shore, founded the city of Parthenope, now Naples. (H 2)
The symbol used for Parthenope in ancient times was a star and a fish. Alternatively, a harp was used Open image in new window
Discovered on 11-5-1850 in Naples by de Gasparis, A.
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