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282 GREEK DIVINATION

Wren Trochilos, in one story the father of Triptolemos.

Eagle kinds

Hierax, who informed about lo and Argos. Hierax, who saved Troy from famine and was turned into a hawk.

Daedalian, brother of Keux, turned into a hawk. Periphas of Attika, turned into a hawk.1 Mounichos the Molossian, turned into a hawk.1 Nisos, turned into haliaetos. Periklymenos, turned into an eagle.

Stork Oinopion of Chios, also named Pelargos.

Doves

Kombe mother of the Kouretes,^^ hosed The daughters of Amos, J

Perhaps Porphyrion, one of the giants, is a bird name, and Ion is a son of Xouthos.

For the possible bird significance of the names Mermnadai and Gyges see Fick, Hatt. und Dan. p. 12.

1 Two of Mr. Cook's weather-making kings.

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