Pelion   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pelion   - a mountain on a peninsula in Thessaly, Greece
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Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_1.56   to the ashen spear from mount Pelion alone.* [57] &
AntipSid_16.178   pus, though he piled not Pelion on Ossa, nor toiled at the
Apollonid_9.296   the Persian fleet was off Mt. Pelion (Paus. x. 19, 2).
Athen_9.401   & And you, Syagre, child of Pelion. And in Herodotus
DiogLaert_7.29   on Ossa & The pine-clad Pelion; nor did he emulate & The
Just_13.7   rried off by Apollo from Pelion, a mountain in Thessaly,
Macedonicus_   On the peaks of Pelion a centaur taught him the craft
Nicand:Th_430   a leafy oak upon snow-capped Pelion 440 in the vale of
Nicand:Th_500   on a snow-covered col of Pelion found and took notice of
Plin:HN_4.30   west; and looking east is Pelion; all form a curve like
Plin:HN_7.202   who dwelt along Mount Pelion. The Phrygian race first
Polyaen_1.3.1   race of Centaurs from Pelion, but he was inclined to


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