Oeta - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a mountain in Phocis, Greece
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tread stony Trachis and Oeta and the headland of Pholoe
live at the foot of Oeta, according to Nicander of Thyateira
Heracleia at the foot of Oeta and Trachis, some of their
extremity of pain on Mount Oeta: the arrows with which Hercules
gerous, pine-like yew of Oeta: it is the giver of lamentab
glowed on the hills of Oeta, of Herculean fame, when the
rear of Doris is Mount Oeta.
remains were burnt on Mount Oeta in Doris, and the story
too in Trachis near Mount Oeta, on Parnassus, in Lesbos, in
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