Pytho   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pytho   - a monstrous snake, killed by Apollo at Delphi
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Aelian:NA_11.2   serpents are sprung from the Pytho at Delphi. If, as
AnthPal_3.6   avy staff. [6] The Pytho slain by Apollo and Artemis, beca
Athen_15.701   cave of Pytho. And when Pytho attacked them, Leto, holding one
Oros_6.15   appeared after the death of Python as the heir to the
Phlegon:Mir_6   the envoys reached Pytho and asked what to do, the Pythia
Plin:HN_34.59   and also Apollo shooting the Python with his Arrows, a Citharode,

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