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In the earliest description of Cerberus, Hesiod 's Theogony (c. 8th – 7th century BC), Cerberus has fifty heads, while Pindar (c. 522 – c. 443 BC) gave him one hundred heads. [5] However, later writers almost universally give Cerberus three heads. [6] An exception is the Latin poet Horace 's Cerberus which has a single dog head, and one hundred snake heads. [7] Perhaps trying to reconcile these competing traditions, Apollodorus 's Cerberus has three dog heads and the heads of "all sorts of snakes" along his back, while the Byzantine poet John Tzetzes (who probably based his account on Apollodorus) gives Cerberus fifty heads, three of which were dog heads, the rest being the "heads of other beasts of all sorts". [8]


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