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The Valley of the Snake was a great valley and a region located in Phokis, Greece.
Named after the legendary serpent Python, slain by the Greek god Apollo, the valley housed the remains of the serpent within the Snake Temple.
In 431 BCE, the misthios Kassandra explored the valley, looking for Elpenor, a member of the Eyes of Kosmos branch of the Cult of Kosmos.