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The god promised to do so, if on the way Orpheus would not turn round until he should be come to his own house.
So the Harpies were pursued and one of them fell into the river Tigres in Peloponnese, the river that is now called Harpys after her; some call her Nicothoe, but others Aellopus.
And amongst the foremost Kottos Cottus and Briareos Briareus and Gyes insatiate for war raised fierce fighting:
On what is called the Stomion Mouth the altar to Themis has been built.
Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica 2.
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Sometimes he was a curiously formed baby, sometimes like a mad youth with the flower of the first down marking his rounded chin with black.
Aphrodite Aphroditus Philotes Peitho.
The woman who from time to time is priestess henceforth remains chaste, and before her election must not have had intercourse with more than one man.