Cyclops   - in ancient sources @

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  Cyclops   - a mythical giant with a single eye
Wikipedia entry
  + Cyclopes
Athen_01.7 senting Dionysius as the Cyclops, and the flute-player as
Athen_11.465 Timotheus, in his Cyclops, says- & He filled one cup, of
Athen_13.564 or iron. But the Cyclops of Philoxenus of Cythera, in
Athen_13.610 who were devoured by the Cyclops, or by the Laestrygonians
Callim:Epigr_47 & Polyphemus the Cyclops composed a love song to Galatei
Diog_Laert_07.53 ng, as of Tityus, or the Cyclops; or a diminished idea,
Ennius:Ann_310 ... - Just as the Cyclops' belly once swelled high, stret
Euseb]:Chron_53 ing his reign, the Cyclopes brought lightning and thunder
Just_4.2 ginally the abode of the Cyclops; when they became extinct
Plut:Mor_181 a general to Polyphemus the Cyclops when his eye was
Polyaen_01.Preface which he employed against the Cyclops. In the same class
Poseidon_39 the Macedonian army resembled Cyclops when he was blinded
PsCallisth_1.24 ruler of the world? The Cyclops Pausanias sent you to the

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