Parnassus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Parnassus   - a mountain near Delphi, central Greece
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Aelian:NA_12.40   been pillaged and buried on Parnassus. So too for the
Aristonous_40   from the slopes of Mount Parnassus, I beseech you - O
Ennius:Ann_13   saw a vision of Homer on Parnassus [mistake for Helicon]
Just_24.6   Delphi is situated on Mount Parnassus, on a rock steep
Oros_1.9   upon the twin ridges of Parnassus, Deucalion is said to have
Paean:Delph_1   the twin peaks of this Parnassian cliff, to visit the
Paean:Delph_2   his twin-peaked slope of Parnassus with distant views, [wh
Philodamus_20   place on the folds of Parnassus. Hail Paean, come, saviour, kindly
Plin:HN_37.141   Trachis near Mount Oeta, on Parnassus, in Lesbos, in Messenia (where
Polyaen_1.3.5   ows by the two mountains Parnassus and Hedylium, and direc
Polyaen_1.Preface   Od_19'394 ]: & Going to Parnassus, home of Autolycus and
Polyaen_6.18.1   ocians were hemmed in at Parnassus, they took advantage
SelPap_3.114   in the ravines of snowy Parnassus or at Olympus, starting for

  Parnassus   - in documents
OGIS_345 (95/4)   [sacred] horses: Kerdon, Parnassos, Nymphon, . . .


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