Scylla   - in ancient sources @

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  Scylla   - a monster who attacked sailors
Wikipedia entry
[Tib]:PanMes_45   neither did the swoop of Scylla's six mouths dismay him
AntipSid_16.178   daughter of Leto: greedy Scylla, the destroyer of men and
Athen_8.340   care the fish which are around Scylla. & * * * * * [35.]
Athen_13.558   dis, & What three-headed Scylla, dog of the sea, & Or hydr
ElegMaec_1.103   affright the reefs of Scylla and the peril of the Clash
Just_4.1   fables produced Scylla and Charybdis; hence barkings
Meleager_5.190   set eyes again on tender Scylla ? [5.191] & { G-P 73 } &
Plin:HN_3.73   legend as the Mother of Scylla; then the Royal Pillar, the
Plin:HN_3.87   Straits is the rock of Scylla and also the whirlpool of
Plin:HN_35.109   prowling towards them, and a Scylla that is now in the
Plin:HN_35.143   blowing the fire, Phalerion a Scylla, Simonides an Agatharchus and a
PsCallisth_3.30   figure was very like the Scylla in art except for the diff

  Scylla 2   - daughter of Nisus, king of Megara
Wikipedia entry
Callim:Hec_288 unclear. [288] & Scylla, a whore, having no untrue name,

  Scylla   - in documents
Syll_514 (c. 225)   ina daughter of Lykos Skylla daughter of Diokles L

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