Proteus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a sea-god on the coast of Egypt, famous for changing shape
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be the very same person with Proteus himself. Accordingl
he learnt, or from what Proteus or Nereus who came up fro
men on Pharos, the island of Proteus, in 72 separate dwe
eat on the so-called island of Proteus. Because the island
the so-called island of Proteus, which is about two miles
the fabulous account of Proteus [ Od_4'455-458 ], his tra
PsCallisth_* 1.30-33 *
city above the island of Proteus, & Where once Aion Pluton
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