Styx   - in ancient sources @

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  Styx   - a river in the underworld
Wikipedia entry
  + Stygian
Aelian:NA_10.40   of Arcadia known as the Styx; all other vessels the water
Cic:Tusc_1.107   him, still hovering o'er the Stygian wave,
CIL_1.1732   down by fatal fire and Stygian water, have I been g
CIL_1.1920   [b] Sacred to Jupiter of the Styx. CIL_1 .1481 Latin
Ovid:Cons_377   noble light should be sunk in Stygian waters. [3.411] But
Ovid:Cons_429   no ghost swam back across the Stygian pools. This befell
Philip_11.321   marians, you children of Stygian Momus, you book-worms fee

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