Amaltheia   - in ancient sources @

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  Amaltheia   - the nurse of Zeus, whose horn became a "horn of plenty"
Wikipedia entry
Athen_5.198 ts, bearing the golden horn of Amaltheia. And his name was
Athen_12.542 place called the Horn of Amaltheia; and that this grove was
Athen_14.643 but the immortals call them 'Amaltheia?s horn'. And in
Malal_201 Antigonia, with the horn of Amaltheia in front of it.

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