Ino   - in ancient sources @

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  Ino   - the wife of Athamas
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_6.88   rdle and gave it to you, Ino, for your own, so that ever
AnthPal_9.216   were most wicked. Ino was made immortal, but Athamas was
AntipSid_6.223   hung it up as a gift to Ino and her son Palaemon, offerin
AntipSid_7.303   the baby's life. Ino, you are a goddess who knows not
Cic:Tusc_1.28   What shall we say of Ino, the daughter of Cadmus? is
Lucill_6.164   Nereus, and Melicertes, Ino's son, to the Lord of the Dep
MArgent_7.384   more than did his nurse Ino, when she went under holy ear
Philip_9.253   heavy with doom. Ino loved her child, but Athamas was
Phld:Epigr_6.349   O Melicertes, son of Ino, and you sea-blue queen of
PsCallisth_1.46   & Hence wandered Ino into the sea's depths & With little

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