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Or in the city of Pallas, the home of Athena of the lovely chariot, shall I then upon her saffron robe yoke horses, [470] embroidering them on my web in brilliant varied shades, or the race of Titans, put to sleep by Zeus the son of Cronos with bolt of flashing flame?

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    • A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (1890), PALLA
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