Danae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Danae   - daughter of Acrisius and mother of Perseus
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AnthPal_3.11   es, to defile the bed of Danaē, succeeding Zeus in
AnthPal_5.33   fell in rain of gold on Danaē, Olympian Zeus, that
AnthPal_5.34   Ph 2 } & Zeus bought Danaē for gold, and I buy
AnthPal_6.317   carved of Parian marble Danaē and the draped Nymphs,
AnthPal_9.48   atyr for Antiope, and gold for Danae. [51] PLATO & { F 15
AnthPal_12.20   to gold, hath stolen to Danaē's chamber ; for it is
AntipThes_5.31   think that Zeus came to Danae, not turned to gold, but
Euseb]:Chron_61   eign, Perseus the son of Danaë, who was escaping from
Malal_199   us, the son of Picus and Danae, on Mount Silpius, where
Plin:HN_3.56   Numicius, and Ardea, founded by DanaŽ the mother of Perseus. [57]
Plin:HN_35.131   of Augustus - and a DanaŽ; while at Ephesus there is
Plin:HN_35.139   the Persian Fleet, Artemon a DanaŽ admired by the Robbers, a

  Danae 2   - daughter of Leontion and mistress of Sophron, the governor of Ephesus
246/43 on, the governor of Ephesus, but he is protected by his lover Danae.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.593 Ephesus had a mistress, Danae, the daughter of Leontion
Phylarch_24 Athen_13.593'b-d & &# Danae is put to death by Laodice,


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