Adonis   - in ancient sources @

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  Adonis   - a Syrian god, said to be a beautiful youth who was loved by Aphrodite
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_6.275 which she, too, anoints lovely Adonis. [276] Antipater_of_
Athen_4.174 rom the lamentations for Adonis; [175] for you Phoenicians
Athen_4.175 75] for you Phoenicians called Adonis Gingres, as Democlei
Athen_13.566 Aphrodite with Anchises and Adonis. And it was for the
Athen_13.575 the offspring of Aphrodite and Adonis. Now Hystaspes was
Athen_13.580 fellows, & Called him in jest Adonis. When the youth &
DioscEpigr_5.193 Cleo took me captive, Adonis, as she beat her breasts
DioscEpigr_5.53 oē wounded me, dear Adonis, tearing her breasts by
DioscEpigr_7.407 the fair young son of Cinyras {Adonis}. Wherever you are,
Julian:Caes_329 ering us mere gardens of Adonis as exploits?" "What do you
Lucill_11.174 ulled down with his hand Adonis of beaten gold and the lit
MArgent_5.113 you her sweety and her darling Adonis, now asks your name.
PsCallisth_1.12 Eros the bowman, will destroy Adonis the hunter. The one
Schol:Theoc_15 or "Women at the festival of Adonis". The subject is som
StephByz_70 here this is a shrine of Adonis, which has a statue of Aph

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