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In Greek mythology, a minor sea god usually represented as a man with a fish's tail and carrying a trident and shell-trumpet.

Triton of the minnows the type of something large or great contrasted with something small and insignificant, often with reference to Shakespeare's Coriolanus (1608).

Subjects: Classical Studies — Maritime History.

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