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Pityocamptes

πιτυοκάμπτης, “pine-bender”). A name applied to the robber Sinis (q.v.), who killed travellers by tying them between two pine-trees bent down so as nearly to meet, and then allowed to spring apart (Pausan. ii. 1, 3).

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