Hygieia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hygieia   - Greek goddess of health
Wikipedia entry
Athen_11.487   out an after-dinner cup to Hygieia.
Athen_15.692   Saviour, others that of Hygieia as different people invoked
Athen_15.701   the following paean to Hygieia {"Health"}, [702] composed by
Macedonicus_   with the very distinguished Hygieia. Hail Paean. Hail,
Paean:Eryth_   ss"}, along with shining Hygieia {"Health"}, the all-famou
Plin:HN_34.80   famous Hermaphrodite, Pyrrhus, a Hygieia and Athena, [81] Phanis,

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