Deucalion   - in ancient sources @

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  Deucalion   - son of Prometheus, during whose reign there was a great flood
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_11.67   ther of Sisyphus and sister of Deucalion. But dye your whi
Athen_10.416   irst book of his Tale of Deucalion, says that Erysichthon,
Athen_14.646   And Antiphanes, in his Deucalion, says - & Sēsamid
Cic:Tusc_1.21   he said, was descended from Deucalion; asserting, that there is in
Euseb]:Chron_71   about the flood at the time of Deucalion. [The Hebrew floo
Euseb]:Chron_183   his reign, the flood of Deucalion is said to have engulfe
Just_2.6   temple. Before Deucalion's time, they had a king named
Lucill_11.131   F 40 } & Nor water in Deucalion's day when all became
Lucill_11.214   87 } & Having painted Deucalion and Phaethon, Menestrat
Nicarch_11.71   that, but her prime was when Deucalion looked on the vas
Oros_1.9   the twin ridges of Parnassus, Deucalion is said to have saved

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