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Cressida

Cressida in medieval legends of the Trojan War, the daughter of Calchas, a Trojan priest. She was faithless to her lover Troilus, a son of Priam.

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Cressida

Cressida (Uranus IX) One of the lesser satellites of Uranus, with a diameter of 33 km. It was discovered in 1986.

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Cressida (in astronomy)

Cressida, in astronomy, one of the natural satellites, or moons, of Uranus.

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Cressida (in medieval romance)

Cressida, in medieval romance: see Troilus and Cressida.

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