Oedipus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Oedipus   - an ancient king of Thebes, who married his mother
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Athen_04.154 eroes twain, the sons of Oedipus, & Has savage Ares descen
Athen_06.239 ubulus says in his Oedipus - & The man who first devised
Athen_06.253 hty lord, & Or send some Oedipus & Who shall this Sphinx
Athen_11.465 degree among them." But Oedipus cursed his sons on accoun
Athen_13.558 stands these hints, like Oedipus, & If saved at all is sav
Plut:Demetr_46 inning of the tragedy of Oedipus with a small alteration
Plut:Mor_193 the cities with Orestes and Oedipus. But Epaminondas
PsCallisth_1.46 & The slayer of his father, Oedipus. & This was the pre

  Oedipus 2   at Colonus - the title of a play by Sophocles
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Lucian:Macr_24 he read the jurors his Oedipus at Colonus, proving by


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