Arcturus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Arcturus   - a bright star
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Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_4.47   appear. As soon as Arcturus has risen ** the bird returns
Aelian:NA_13.28   eap-tides coincides with Arcturus, ** the sea recedes from
Alcaeus_7.495   & { G-P 15 } & Arcturus' rising & is an ill season
AnthPal_7.392   tempestuous rising of Arcturus & and the darkness and
AnthPal_7.539   evil setting of rainy Arcturus & did you set out on
AntipThes_11.37   springs the bright flame of Arcturus. Already the vines
Athen_14.653   time of the rising of Arcturus, whether it be on his
LeonTar_7.295   did not owe his end to Arcturus, & nor did any tempest
LeonTar_7.503   sea, encountering the blast of Arcturus." & * & i.e. a
Plin:HN_6.98   first became visible, and that Arcturus is not visible at all
Plin:HN_8.112   is after the rising of Arcturus. Pregnancy lasts eight months, and
Plin:HN_8.187   couple from the setting of Arcturus, that is May 13th, to
PsCallisth_2.32   ert, guided by the movement of Arcturus. The inhabitants
PsCallisth_2.40   set our guiding star by Arcturus and thus came out in twe
SEG_8.269   ter settings of the star Arcturus, while on the other


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