CHARYBDIS was carved from Virginia soapstone and mounted on a small marble base. The name comes from Greek mythology referring to a whirlpool that pulled ships down to the watery depths. There is a companion piece titled SCYLLA referring to a sea monster from the same Greek myth which is the basis for the phrase "Between the devil and the deep blue sea".
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