The despair of scylla by bleminh-d31qpph

Scylla,folklore: sailors crossing the narrow strait between Italy and Sicily stood little chance of avoiding Scylla,with her awful shark-toothed jaws and belt of snarling dog heads. She was featured in the epic poem Odyssey by the Greek writer Homer, and in Metamorphoses by the Roman poet Ovid. Once a beautiful woman became a foul monster through the magic of the jealous sorceress Circe. She rose from the depths devour sailors trying desperately to

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