Parnassus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a mountain near Delphi, central Greece
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been pillaged and buried on Parnassus. So too for the
from the slopes of Mount Parnassus, I beseech you - O
saw a vision of Homer on Parnassus [mistake for Helicon]
Delphi is situated on Mount Parnassus, on a rock steep
upon the twin ridges of Parnassus, Deucalion is said to have
the twin peaks of this Parnassian cliff, to visit the
his twin-peaked slope of Parnassus with distant views, [wh
place on the folds of Parnassus. Hail Paean, come, saviour, kindly
Trachis near Mount Oeta, on Parnassus, in Lesbos, in Messenia (where
ows by the two mountains Parnassus and Hedylium, and direc
Od_19'394 ]: & Going to Parnassus, home of Autolycus and
ocians were hemmed in at Parnassus, they took advantage
in the ravines of snowy Parnassus or at Olympus, starting for
- in documents
(95/4) [sacred] horses: Kerdon, Parnassos, Nymphon, . . .
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