Helene - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- "Helen of Troy", wife of Menelaus, eloped with Paris
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remark of the painter Nicomachus, about the "Helene" of Zeuxis.
Cydonian apples, in his Helene, speaking thus :- & Before
god, and also the necklace of Helen, which had been given
ton got the ornaments of Helen; and she, being in love wit
pect for his wedded wife Helene, on whose account he gathe
Trojan war on account of Helene; the plague which took pla
Alexis says in his Helene:- & The man who falls in love
velling at the beauty of Helene, are represented as speaki
who was nicknamed Poor Helene; and as it was summer, and
ence Homer makes Helen say to her father-in-law, Priamus
sed Alexander to restore Helen, promising to give him two
another oration in praise of Helen, and one called Areop
elaus was returning with Helene from Egypt, he was forced
- a woman renowned for her large appetite
there was a woman named Helene, who ate more than any oth
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