Higher up than these is Callisto, daughter of Lycaon, Nomia, and Pero
, daughter of Neleus. As her bride-price Neleus asked for the oxen of Iphiclus. Instead of a mattress, Callisto has a bearskin, and her feet are lying on Nomia's knees. I have already mentioned that the Arcadians say that Nomia1
is a nymph native to their country. The poets say that the nymphs live for a great number of years, but are not altogether exempt from death.
After Callisto and the women with her is the form of a cliff, and Sisyphus, the son of Aeolus, is trying his hardest to push the rock up it.