Theseus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Theseus   - son of Aegeus; an ancient king of Athens
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307/8 um preserves a boat which is said to have carried Theseus to Crete
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.40   ever besets the sons of Theseus ? [41] Anonymous & { F
Athen_6.262   ος in his Theseus, saying - & They call you
Athen_13.557   Medeia. [557] And Theseus, having attempted to ravish Hel
Athen_13.560   daughter of Eurytus; and Theseus on account of his marriag
Athen_13.601   son, out of his love for Theseus; and he gave his daughter
Callim:Hec_T1   Theseus, avoiding the plot of Medea,
Callim:Hec_T2   But Theseus, desiring to be at work,
Callim:Hec_233-240 *   poken by Aegeus to Theseus, when Medea was attempting to
Callim:Hec_248   abbages and wild vegetables to Theseus during the rustic
Callim:Hec_253   ation between Hecale and Theseus during the meal - the sta
Callim:Hec_258-263 *   ragments describe the fight of Theseus against the Maratho
Callim:Hec_281   the skin, child. Theseus, when visiting Delphi, is suppo
Cic:Rep_2.2   had frequently changed, first Theseus, and later Dracon, Solon,
Cic:Tusc_3.29   account, what Euripides makes Theseus say, is much commended.
Cic:Tusc_3.30   says that of himself, which Theseus said he had heard from
Cic:Tusc_3.58   was born," etc.; and thus Theseus, "I on my future misery
Cic:Tusc_4.50   the Nemean lion? or was Theseus in a passion when he
Crinag_9.545   bours that Marathon imposed on Theseus. May the young stre
Euseb]:Chron_185   athletic games. Theseus, the son of Aegeus, for 30 year
Just_2.4   by Hercules, and Hippolyte by Theseus. 24 Theseus, having
Just_2.6   geus also, the father of Theseus, was king of Athens; Mede
Oros_1.15   Hercules kept Melanippe while Theseus took Hippolyte. 9 Theseus
Plin:HN_7.199   by the Athenians after Theseus. [200] The first tyrant
Plin:HN_7.202   truces by Lycaon, treaties by Theseus.
Plin:HN_7.205   in Iolcus, and subsequently by Theseus at the Isthmus and by
Plin:HN_35.69   time. He also painted a Theseus which was once in the
Plin:HN_35.129   the Twelve Gods, and a Theseus, in respect of which he
Plin:HN_35.137   a Medea, a Virtue, a Theseus, a figure representing the Athenian
Plut:Mor_839   makes mention of him in his Theseus. [840] 6. & AESCHIN
Polyaen_1.4.1   to its formal channel. [4] & Theseus. Theseus, in his
Syll_667   (161/0)   rmed] a sacrifice [to Theseus] in the traditional m
ValMax_4.7.4   Let Greece now boast of Theseus supporting the unlawful love of
ValMax_5.3e.3   [3e.3]   Take Theseus from Athens, and either there


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