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Pindar, Pythian 4 (ed. Steven J. Willett), poem 4 (search)
ring winds; but that voyage of demigods finally brought their end. To Phasis then they came, where they set their might against the crushing Chochians in presence of Aeëtes himself. But the sovereign of swiftest darts, Cyprogeneia, binding the dappled wryneck four-spoked upon an indissoluble wheel first brought the maddening bird to human kind and thus taught Aeson's son skill in invocations and incantations, that he might strip Medea of all reverence for her parents and that Hellas, fiercely desired, might set her whirling, as she blazed in spirit, with the scourge of Persuasion. And she at once revealed the outcome of her father's trials: preparing then the sap of roots with oil for remedy against remorseless pain, she gave it him to anoint his limbs. They thus agreed by mutual consent to join with one another in sweet union. But when Aeëtes had planted in their midst the adamantine plow and the oxen, who were panting from tawny jaws a flame of sear