If men may become stones, on the other hand, in Samoa (as in the Greek myth of Deucalion), stones may become men.
Deucalion, the way these people fawn on me gives me a nausea.
I don't care if it is; he couldn't keep up with the old Deucalion when we put her off with the wind on her quarter.
Your eye seems to feast itself most on the mammoth, Deucalion.
All those thrown by Deucalion were immediately changed into men, while those cast by Pyrrha became women.
"We grow nervous with our married life, my Deucalion," she said.
It was said that Deucalion and his wife Pyr´rha were the only people left alive after the flood.
I am a peaceful man, Deucalion, and have taken a wife who requires nourishment.
For according to historians, Deucalion was king of Phthiotis and of all Thessaly.
Well, Deucalion, it is dangerous for me to be missing from my temple overlong, so I will go.