Omphale   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Omphale   - queen of Lydia in the time of Heracles
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AnthPal_6.358   ainty frock, that Lydian Omphale doffed to go to the bed
AnthPal_16.103   of your heavy labours. * & By Omphale. [104] Philippus
Athen_6.245   even Heracles went from Omphale to Hebe." And when Phyrom
Athen_6.258   rupled to quote from the Omphale of Ion the tragedian, and
Athen_6.267   Achaeus, in his Omphale, speaking of the Satyr, says
Athen_12.515   in this way, by name Omphale. And she was the first
Athen_12.516   at the loom. But as Omphale slew all the strangers whom
Athen_14.634   But Ion of Chios, in his Omphale, speaks of it as if it
ElegMaec_1.69   with the mouth! Lydian Omphale beat you for leaving too


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