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- "I think it's unwise for man to revere Tityos. He angered Zeus and the other gods, after all."
The half-buried statue featured the giant as well as two vultures, feasting on his liver and intestines, as according to the myth was his punishment for attempting to rape Leto, the mother of the divine twins Artemis and Apollo.
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