Paean   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Paean   - a god of healing, invoked in songs of thanksgiving
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Aristonous_1   Delphi Apollo - O hail Paean - Apollo, pride and joy
Athen_14.631   and Dionysus, and to the Paean, dancing at one time and
DiogLaert_10.4   lling him in his letters Paean, and King; [5] and also tha
DiogLaert_10.5   he says, "O lord Paean, my dear Leontion, what tra
Isyll_F   the god to whom "Hail, Paean" is sung, you who dwell in
Isyll_G   your gifts, Asclepius Paean ; have pity on me." Then
Macedonicus_   a fair sounding tongue. Hail Paean. Put in your hand the
Paean:Delph_2   the rocks, cries forth ['Hail Paean, Hail Paeaní]. And
Paean:Eryth_   Sing, young men, Paean famous for his skill, the far-dar
Philip_16.177   pons of war? To thee the Paean is dear, and golden-haired
Philodamus_1   O io Bacchus, O hail Paean - whom in Thebes once,
Timoth:Pers_196   the great healing-god [Paean] men cry to, beating the


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