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- Pyrene, daughter of King Bebrycius and a lover (or victim, depending on the myth) of Heracles. She bore a serpent and became so terrified that she fled to the woods where she died. Heracles created a tomb for her by piling up rocks thus forming the mountain range of the Pyrenees, named after her.
- Pyrene, also called Pelopia, mother of Cycnus with Ares.
- Silius Italicus, Punica, 3. 415-446
- Bell's New Pantheon Or Historical Dictionary of the Gods, Demi Gods, page 203 
- (Anonymous) A classical manual, being a mythological, historical, and geographical commentary on Pope's Homer and Dryden's Aeneid of Virgil. London, J. Murray, 1833. p. 
- Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 2.5.1
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