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Then came twin brethren, leaving Tibur's keep
(named from Tiburtus, brother of them twain)
Catillus and impetuous Coras, youth
of Argive seed, who foremost in the van
pressed ever where the foemen densest throng:
as when two centaurs, children of the cloud,
from mountain-tops descend in swift career,
the snows of Homole and Othrys leaving,
while crashing thickets in their pathway fall.

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    • George W. Mooney, Commentary on Apollonius: Argonautica, 1.594
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    • Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854), HO´MOLE
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