Mnemosyne   - in ancient sources @

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  Mnemosyne   - "Memory", the mother of the Muses
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.496   only approved by one of all Mnemosyne's daughters. &
AntipSid_7.8   ad; and the daughters of Mnemosyne bewailed you much, and
AntipSid_9.66   [9.66] & { G-P 12 } & Mnemosyne was smitten with astoni
Athen_11.503   the Muses and their mother Mnemosynē and proceeded to toast all
Plin:HN_35.143   an Agatharchus and a Mnemosyne, Simus a Young Man

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