Pytho - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a monstrous snake, killed by Apollo at Delphi
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serpents are sprung from the Pytho at Delphi. If, as
avy staff.  The Pytho slain by Apollo and Artemis, beca
cave of Pytho. And when Pytho attacked them, Leto, holding one
appeared after the death of Python as the heir to the
the envoys reached Pytho and asked what to do, the Pythia
and also Apollo shooting the Python with his Arrows, a Citharode,
Pytho → see
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