Sirens   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Sirens   - a mythical group of women, famous for their singing
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[Tib]:PanMes_45 swift-rowed ship he passed the Sirens' coast. He sailed
Aelian:NA_4.5 raven are enemies; the Siren* and the Circē **;
Aelian:NA_4.16 him and displays the arts of a Siren to allure others. He
Aelian:NA_5.13 are attracted as by a Siren and come back again to thei
Aelian:NA_17.23 ssion is not too strong, Sirens, for these fabled maidens
AnthPal_7.710 & You columns and my Sirens, & and you, mournful pitc
AnthPal_9.184 Bacchylides, garrulous Siren, and you, Aeolian graces
Asclepiad_5.161 they are worse foes than the Sirens. [5.162] & { G-P 8
Athen_6.269 iscard all notice of the Sirens of Nicophon, in which we
Athen_13.558 eano a mere de-feathered Siren? & Their face and voice are
DiogLaert_7.160 of Chios, surnamed the Siren, said, that the chief good
Mnasalcas_7.491 ones in the semblance of Sirens stand on your tomb tearing


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