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“In Greek legend, a priest of Apollo and Neptune, located in the city of Troy during the Trojan War. It is asserted that while he and his two sons were in the temple performing the sacrifice, two enormous serpents arose out of the sea and proceeded directly to the altar. The serpents entwined themselves about the helpless youths and their father, and all were destroyed in the presence of the Trojan multitude.” — Holst, 1909




B. P. Holst The Teachers' and Pupils' Cyclopaedia (Kansas City: The Bufton Book Company, 1909)


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