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[8] The verses of Boeo are:—“Here in truth a mindful oracle was built
By the sons of the Hyperboreans, Pagasus and divine Agyieus.
Boeo, work unknownAfter enumerating others also of the Hyperboreans, at the end of the hymn she names Olen:—“And Olen, who became the first prophet of Phoebus,
And first fashioned a song of ancient verses.
Boeo, work unknown

Tradition, however, reports no other man as prophet, but makes mention of prophetesses only.

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