Of all these works nothing remains; but two works under the name of Hyginus are extant.
Hyginus makes him the son of Tartarus and Gaea, and one of the giants.
It is narrated in well-known passages in Ovid and in Hyginus.
In Hyginus, on the other hand, the earth swallows her, and a tree takes her place.
Typhon was originally called Γηγενης, and by Hyginus Terr Filius.
It was near the centre of the moon's visible hemisphere, and not far from a well-known crater called Hyginus.
Helladice quotes the same story, and calls the composite being Oes; while another writer, Hyginus, calls him Euahanes.
The passage about Moneta which had wrought in Keatss mind occurs at p. 4, in the notes to Hyginus.
Hyginus dying after the fourth year of his office, Pius received the episcopate.
Ovid was particularly intimate with Hyginus, one of Augustus's freedmen, who was librarian of the temple.