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Παρνασσός), a son of Cleopompus or Poseidon and the nymph Cleodora, is said to have been the founder of Delphi, the inventor of the art of foretelling the future from the flight of birds, and to have given his name to Mount Parnassus. (Paus. 10.6.1.)


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