He called fair pyrrha, his wife, and the two sat in the boat and were floated safely on the rising waters.
There also is shown the tomb of pyrrha; but that of Deucalion is at Athens.
What dainty boy with sweet perfumes bedewed Has lavished kisses, pyrrha, in the cave?
Many of the deluge-myths of antiquity, such as that of Deucalion and pyrrha, look very much as if this had been their origin.
pyrrha first broke silence: "We cannot obey; we dare not profane the remains of our parents."
Don't almost all the persons of your second act start out of stones that Deucalion and pyrrha threw behind them?
All those thrown by Deucalion were immediately changed into men, while those cast by pyrrha became women.
With renewed hope and gladness pyrrha heard his words, and though doubting still resolved to try.
Those thrown by Deucalion became men; those by pyrrha, women.
From the agency of Deucalion and pyrrha, the human race took a new commencement after the Deluge.