Oeta   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Oeta   - a mountain in Phocis, Greece
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AnthPal_6.3   tread stony Trachis and Oeta and the headland of Pholoe
Athen_11.461   live at the foot of Oeta, according to Nicander of Thyateira
Athen_11.462   Heracleia at the foot of Oeta and Trachis, some of their
Cic:Tusc_2.19   extremity of pain on Mount Oeta: the arrows with which Hercules
Nicand:Al_610   gerous, pine-like yew of Oeta: it is the giver of lamentab
Ovid:Cons_253   glowed on the hills of Oeta, of Herculean fame, when the
Plin:HN_4.28   rear of Doris is Mount Oeta.
Plin:HN_35.139   remains were burnt on Mount Oeta in Doris, and the story
Plin:HN_37.141   too in Trachis near Mount Oeta, on Parnassus, in Lesbos, in

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