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(ib. 983B: the ancient Theologoi made Ocean and Tethys the parents of Creation,
and the oath of the gods in Water, or Styx as they called it). 10a. (Aristotle, de gen
. anim. 734a: The so-called epic poems of Orpheus say that the various organs ...
Calliopi and Cleisidice and Demonassa having come with the queen to get water
, inquire of Demeter as if she were a mortal — though Musaeus says in his
poems that she joined them because of some need. (Demeter nurses Demophon
A number of epic poems were ascribed to him, giving an Orphic cosmogony; and
a prose work on Cretan affairs, which was actually of later date, but was used by
Diodorus. I. (Paul, Epistle to Titus, 1. 12: One of the Cretans, their own prophet, ...
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