Penelope   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Penelope   - wife of Odysseus
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AnthPal_6.314 ought you this cloak and robe, Penelope. [315] NICODEMUS
Antiphil_9.192 Odysseus and the tears of good Penelope by her widowed cou
Athen_13.559 what then ? & Was not Penelope a noble creature ? & If
Athen_13.597 song for love of wise Penelope; for her sake he went,
Athen_14.615 modest manner than the Penelope who is with him." [4.]
Cic:Brut_71 of the profligate suitors of Penelope. Nay, to go no far
LeonTar_6.289 that watched over the bed of Penelope. [6.293] & { G-P
Plut:Demetr_25 honester woman than his Penelope." [26] When he was prepa
Polyaen_01.Preface imposed on Eumaeus and Penelope [ Od_19'203 ]: & His was
PsCallisth_1.21 there as he went forth slaying Penelope's lovers. & He the


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