sibyl

General - A prophetess: a sorceress: a witch. Sometimes identified as sibyl, Sybil, Sybil, sibyl, Sibyl, Sibyl, sibyl or Sibyl.

Sibyl

Greek - A priestess of Apollo given the power of prophecy by that god. There were up to ten sibyls in various stories. The ten (with their emblems) are listed as the: Cumaean (cradle) Delphic (crown of thorns) European (sword) Erythraean (horn) Hellespont (T-cross) Libyan (lighted taper) Persian (dragon, lantern) Phrygian (banner, cross) Samian (rose) Tiburtine (dove) Other lists include the Agrippine (whip) and Cimmerian (crown) sibyls. Also known as Sibyl, Sybil, Sybil, sibyl, Sibyl, Sibyl or sibyl.
Norse - In some accounts, the early version of Sif. Occasionally known as Sibyl, Sybil, Sybil, sibyl, Sibyl, Sibyl or sibyl.
Roman - In Roman myths, there was one (the. Sibyl of Cumae), two, four, ten or twelve of these prophetesses. In some lore, occasionally called sibyl, Sybil, Sybil, sibyl, Sibyl, Sibyl, sibyl or Sibyl.

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