Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Pytho” in text Library, book 1, chapter 4, section 1 of Apollodorus, Library:
...remained a maid; but Apollo learned the art
of prophecy from Pan, the son of Zeus and Hybris, and came to Delphi, where Themis at that time used to deliver
oracles; and when the snake Pytho n, which guarded the oracle, would have hindered
him from approaching the chasm, he
killed it and took over the oracle. Not long afterwards he slew also Tityus, who was a son of Zeus a...
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