Eros   - in ancient sources @

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  Eros   - the Greek god of Love
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_16.205 NUS & { Ph 9 } & On the Eros of Praxiteles Praxiteles,
AntipSid_7.14 Muse; whom Cypris and Eros together reared, with whom
AntipSid_16.167 Praxiteles' Statue of Eros at Thespiae You will say,
Athen_13.561 of which were these:- & Eros, who is wisdom's pupil gay,
Athen_13.585 you," said she, "are the Eros of Pheidias." [50.] And as
Athen_13.591 edestal of his statue of Eros, which is placed below the
Athen_13.598 ful, maddened turmoil of Eros, [599] but they fell beneath
Athen_13.601 rish and increase: & But Eros, who never rests, gives me
Athen_13.604 another's field, & To bring Eros to court for being a
Athen_13.609 irst erected a statue of Eros in the Academy, on which the
Crinag_7.628 for you to change ; for Eros himself gave both his name
LeonTar_16.206 DAS OF ALEXANDRIA On the Eros of Praxiteles The Thespians
Lucill_5.68 entire stop to loving, Eros, or else add being loved,
Meleager_5.140 speech with wisdom, and Eros guiding your beauty aright,
Meleager_12.83 & { G-P 68 } & Eros wounded me not with his arrows,
PsCallisth_1.12 of marriage, mother of Eros the bowman, will destroy Ado
Simonid_16.204 04] & { P 56 } & On the Eros of Praxiteles Praxiteles per

  Eros 2   - a slave of Cicero
Plut:Mor_205 approached and his slave Eros brought him word it was defe

  Eros 3   - the steward of Augustus in Egypt
Plut:Mor_207 was told him that Eros, his steward in Egypt, having boug

  Eros   - in documents
CIL_1.2702 to Mercury the Blest: Eros, slave of Gaius Calidius

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