Πυθώ, see on Od. 8.80, and cp. Il.2. 519.According to Pindar, Pyth.4. 90, Tityus was slain by Artemis; but Pausanias joins Apollo with her in the act (3. 18. 15), and Hyginus (f. 55) represents him as slain by Zeus with his thunderbolt. Panopeus ‘with its fair lawns’ was near the Cephissus on the borders of Boeotia. In Strabo's time it was called “Φανοτεύς”, and some ruins of its walls still remain. The words κυδρὴν παράκοιτιν strike us as somewhat inappropriate to Leto; it is the distinctive title of Hera, Il.18. 184.The Schol. H. T. raises a difficulty about the insertion of the story of Tityus thus: “πῶς ὁ κείμενος ἐξῆλθεν; εἰ δὲ μὴ ἐξῆλθε, πῶς ἑωρᾶτο”;
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