Of Dodona (town)
DODONE (Dodona) was an Okeanid-nymph of the town and oracular shrine of Dodona in Thesprotia (north-western Greece). She was probably the Naiad of the local well, spring or fountain.
Dodone was probably identified with the Titaness Dione who had a temple at Dodona and was possibly also connected with the Nymphai Dodonides.
OKEANOS (Callimachus Aitia Frag 2.7)
DODONE (Dôdônê). Dodon, a son of Zeus by Europa, from whom the oracle of Dodona was believed to have derived its name. (Steph. Byz. s. v. Dôdônê.) Other traditions traced the name to a nymph of the name of Dodone.
Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.
CLASSICAL LITERATURE QUOTES
Callimachus, Aitia Fragment 2.7 (from Stephanus Byzantium s.v. Dodone) (Greek poet C3rd B.C.) :
"Dodone (Dodona) : it gets its name, according to Epaphroditos in his commentary on Aitia 2, from Dodona, one of the Nymphai Okeanides (Oceanid Nymphs)."
- Callimachus, Fragments - Greek Poetry C3rd B.C.