Adrasteia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Adrasteia   - a Greek nymph, said to have been the nurse of Zeus
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Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_12.160 sire. Do both you, Adrasteia, and you, Nemesis, bitterest
AnthPal_9.405 & { Ph 8 } & May holy Adrasteia preserve you, and Nemes
Julian:Mis_370 matter in the hands of Adrasteia and I will betake mysel

  Adrasteia 2   - a region of Mysia in Asia Minor, by the river Granicus
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Wikipedia entry
  + Adrastia
Just_11.6 was fought on the plains of Adrastia. 11 The Persian


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