Pegasus   - in ancient sources @

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  Pegasus   - the winged horse, ridden buy Bellerophon
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_3.15   fallen from the back of Pegasus into the Aleian plain he
AnthPal_9.21   nymous & { F 61b } & I, Pegasus, attach blame to you, my
AnthPal_9.230   sweet waters of the spring of Pegasus. Even so the labour
Archias_9.64   oof of the winged horse {Pegasus} once struck, and having
Asclepiad_9.64   oof of the winged horse {Pegasus} once struck, and having
Athen_6.244   better be a parasite of Pegasus, & Or the sons of Boreas,
Athen_11.496   a griffin the one, a Pegasus the other."
Athen_11.497   Bellerophon, on the back of Pegasus, having just hurled his javelin
Lucill_11.392   oke as follows : "Fly, O Pegasus, you have your Belleropho
PsCallisth_1.13   eautiful and faster than Pegasus or than Arion, born in
SEG_48.1330   (c. 128-100)   brought the tamer of Pegasos, moving in the sky

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