Hebe   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Hebe   - Greek goddess of youth
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Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_13.4   they are* Epicharmus in his Hebe's Wedding [Kaibel CGF
Aelian:NA_17.46   feed in the temple of Hebe while their mates feed in
Athen_6.245   les went from Omphale to Hebe." And when Phyromachus dippe
Athen_7.282   rmus, in his Marriage of Hebe, says- & Mussels, alphestae,
Athen_10.425   people have represented Hebe as acting as cup-bearer to
Athen_12.513     Immortal Hebe, fresh with bloom divine,
Athen_14.646   armus mentions it in his Hebe's Wedding; but the wheaten-f
MArgent_9.554   you choose to kiss his wife Hebe & in young men. * &
THI_130   (310-280)   Herakles and [Hera and (?) Hebe] on the first day o


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