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[186] τὸ τρίτον: this, too, by the Lycian king's command.

Ἀμαζόνας: Priam, 3.189, refers to his serving the Phrygians as an ally against the invading Amazons.—The later story gave to Bellerophon the assistance of the winged-horse Pegasus in these conflicts. cf. “σὺν δὲ κείνῳ” (i.e. Pegasus) “καί ποτ᾽ Ἀμαζονίδων αἰθέρος ψυχρᾶς ἀπὸ κόλπων ἐρήμου τοξόταν βάλλων γυναικεῖον στρατόν, καὶ Χίμαιραν πῦρ πνέοισαν καὶ Σολύμους ἔπεφνεν” Pindar Ol. xiii. 84 ff.

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