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  Athene   - Greek goddess of wisdom
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  + Athena , Pallas , Trito-born , Tritonian
305/11 The goddess Athene appears to Callicles in a dream, and advises the
303/6 Ptolemy makes a dedication to the temple of Athene at Lindus.
295/7 Athens after making a blasphemous remark about the goddess Athene.
272/19 Pyrrhus makes a dedication to the temple of Athene at Lindus.
210/13 dedication to the temple of Athene at Lindus, after defeating the
182/10a Eumenes to Iasus and Cos concerning the cult of Athene Nicephoros.
149/28a OGIS_299, a decree of Pergamon in honour of a priestess of Athene.
102/1a decree for the for girls who worked the wool for Athene's peplos.
99/11 a catalogue of the dedications in the temple of Athene at Lindus.
50/55a oves the statues of Zeus and Athene from Antioch and sends them to
    Within translations:
Alcaeus_16.8 aftsmanship of Tritonian Athena & bloom again as it did
AnthPal_16.165 the Cnidian Aphrodite Pallas and the consort of Zeus
AnthPal_16.170 On the Same and on the Athene in Athens When you see,
AnthPal_16.172 a Statue of Aphrodite Pallas herself, I think, wrought
AnthPal_5.94 Hera's eyes, Melite, and Athene's hands, the breasts of
AnthPal_6.48 & Bitto dedicated to Athene her industrious loom-comb,
AnthPal_6.124 nder the roof of warrior Pallas' temple, the shield from
AnthPal_6.141 e-din hangs in the precinct of Athene. [142] ANACREON &
AnthPal_6.151 in the temple of Ilian Athene this deep-toned flute of
AnthPal_6.283 paid for. Late in the day hath Athene despoiled Cypris.
AnthPal_6.297 & Alcimus hung up in Athene's porch, when he found a
AnthPal_6.313 & Famous daughter of Pallas, holy Victory, look ever
AnthPal_9.130 ree speaks } I am the plant of Pallas. Why do you clasp
AnthPal_9.321 hey are for divine Athena, but come you to Hymenaeus with
Antiphil_9.156 building it and Athena is ordering the work, and all
Antiphil_9.306 the theme of song, but Pallas has granted to Sabinus to
AntipSid_6.159 to the Tritonian maid {Athene}, resting from my clamorou
AntipSid_6.160 -comb, & the halcyon of Pallas' loom, that sings in the
AntipSid_6.174 webs, dedicated here to Pallas, Demo her well-plaited bas
AntipSid_6.46 the altar, presented to Athene his brazen trumpet, previo
AntipSid_6.47 & Bitto dedicated to Athene her melodious loom-comb,
AntipSid_7.425 faithful servant of owl-eyed Pallas. Such were the thing
AntipSid_16.178 rom the wet locks. Athena and Hera themselves will now say
AntipThes_6.10 & { G-P 39 } & Trito-born, Saviour, daughter of Zeus,
AntipThes_7.369 the one is ever allotted to Pallas and the other to Zeu
AntipThes_9.26 the martial shield of Athena; Nossis, the tender-voiced
AntipThes_9.266 ntion, for this man has stolen Athena's flute from Phrygia
AntipThes_9.517 and your person. Athene would never have thrown the flut
AntipThes_9.59 rtals. One uplifts Athena in her warlike guise, one Aphrod
Anyte_6.123 the high marble house of Athene, announce the bravery of
Anyte_6.153 gift is made to Athene ; the artist is Aristoteles of
Archias_6.195 { G-P 11 } & To Athene of Troy Miccus of Pallene suspen
Archias_6.39 dedicate to you, Lady Athene, whose workwomen they were
Athen_5.202 elephants, having Victory and Athene on each side of him.
Athen_* 06.257-259 * says [ Il_17'570 ] that Athene inspired Menelaus, so vigo
Athen_7.289 [33.] [289] I swear by Athene that Menecrates the Syracu
Athen_8.337 ee, tell me, & In chaste Athene's name, and all the gods',
Athen_9.405 Lachares stripped Athene naked, who caused him no inconve
Athen_10.442 carrying the Peplos of Athene, or the Female Flute-playe
Athen_11.495 ionysus to the temple of Athene Sciras; and he who has gai
Athen_13.561 anifestly consecrated to Athene, they yet erected in that
Athen_13.562 And I, indeed,- by Athene and all the gods,- & Do not myse
Athen_13.574 is beyond the statue of Athene Chalcioecos - a brazen cow
Athen_13.580 coolness, & Said- "By Athene, and by all the gods, &
Athen_13.587 also never sacrificed to Athene, is a fact which we shall
Athen_13.609 clad in the semblance of Athene the Saviour, was very beau
Athen_15.694 bring from Pandrosus (?) to Athene. VI & Oh, would the
Athen_15.695 stogeiton did, & When at Athene's feast they slew & Hippar
CIL_1.404 From Lucius, son of M . . . to Athena of Lindus. CIL_1
Diog_Laert_07.147 pervades life. And Athene, with reference to the extension
DionHal:Din_3 went into the temple of Athena Polias, entered the Pandro
DionHal:Din_10 thood of Poseidon: "I pray, by Athena, that it be fitting.
FGrH_257a.1 took refuge in the temple [of Athene]. They held an assem
Julian:Mis_345 omer, Il_6'301 ] that to Athene all the women lifted up
LeonTar_6.120 the cicada, seated on helmeted Athene's spear. For as much
LeonTar_* 6.129-131 * hter, dedicated to Coryphasian Athene. * & θ&upsilon
LeonTar_6.204 his craft, dedicates to Pallas his straight cubit-rule,
LeonTar_6.205 his calling he dedicated to Athene who gives grace to
LeonTar_6.288 Fill our hands, Athene, ever after, and make us rich
LeonTar_7.726 Graces that long task of Pallas, or, a loveable figure,
LeonTar_16.182 firm as quinces. Athena herself and the consort of Zeus
Lucill_11.189 ent of Poseidon, the shield of Athena, and the quiver of
Malal_201 an imposing statue of Athene at Antioch, on account of
Malal_204 grove, by the temple of Athene; but the temple of Apollo
Malal_207 temple of Olympian Zeus and Athene. He defiled the buil
Malal_212 the awesome statue of Athene, which had been set up by
Nicarch_6.285 was in the service of Athene's shuttle, and stretched
Nicarch_9.576 eet. [9.576] & On a Statue of Athena holding an Apple.
OGIS_17 (early 3rd cent.)   n of dative case (for Athene) and genitive (of Ptol
OGIS_212 (c. 300-280)   ive] for the [sacrifice] to Athene . . . on behal
OGIS_215 (c. 280)   ced in the temple of Athene, it was resolved by the
OGIS_269 (c. 238-227)   s thank-offering to Athene, [after defeating] the
OGIS_273 (c. 238-227)   ted these thank-offerings to Athene from his contes
OGIS_283 (201-198)   d this to [Zeus] and [Athene] Nikephoros, from the
OGIS_298 (c. 183)   ted this to Zeus and Athene Nikephoros from the bat
OGIS_299 (149)   imos, was priestess of Athene Nikephoros the king h
OGIS_304 (c. 158-138)   to [Zeus] Soter and [Athene] Nikephoros on behal
OGIS_305 (c. 166)   d games in honour of Athene and king Eumenes Euerg
OGIS_327 (c. 154)   ated this to Zeus and Athene Nikephoros in return f
OGIS_335 (150-133)   y in the temple of Athene; and that the right of
OGIS_351 (c. 155-154)   d] in the temple of [Athene; to reply] to them bene
OGIS_45 (266-262)   e them in the temple of the Athene and the templ
Paean:Delph_1 quered land of the armed Tritonian goddess; and on the hol
Paean:Delph_2 earth-peaked headland of the Tritonian goddess. And the
Philip_6.103 gave to you, grey-eyed Athene, his taut plumb-line weigh
Philip_6.247 Maid who loves the loom {Athene}, Aesione, now bowed with
Philoch_64 and they led the procession to Pallas. They used to force
Philoch_67 came into the temple of Athene Polias, entered the Pandro
Philoch_121 ows: "And the golden statue of Athene was set up in the
Philoch_200 the coin, and [a portrait of] Athene was on the obverse.
Phlegon:Mir_6 abide with you, & Lest Pallas stir up a much greater Are
Phlegon:Mir_8 ntry what a baneful Ares Athena will bring out & When you
Plut:Agis_11 ed, fled to the altar of Athene in the "Brazen House&
Plut:Demetr_12 with those of Zeus and Athene, as they carried it throug
Plut:Demetr_23 accordingly he did, and Athene was said to have received
Plut:Demetr_24 ought to have revered Athene, if on no other account,
Plut:Eum_6 ead of a phalanx. Athene came to support the one and Deme
Plut:Mor_834 ing first consecrated to Athene; their houses to be levell
Plut:Mor_842 or near the temple of Athene Paeonia, where their monum
Plut:Mor_843 afterward priestess of Athene; for before, she was marri
Plut:Mor_852 silver for the Goddess Athene, and gold ornaments for
Plut:Phoc_7 knew that the goddess Athene was equally the patroness
Polyaen_01.10.1 they were sacrificing to Athene for a safe passage over
Polyaen_01.21.1 who was clad in the armour of Pallas. When they saw them,
Polyaen_01.Preface built by the instruction of Athene" [ Od_8'493 ], was
Polyaen_02.1.5 for refuge to the temple of Athene. He replied, "Let
Polyaen_02.3.12 in the temple of Athene at Thebes a statue of the goddes
Polyaen_06.47.1 while he built the temple of Athene Assesia. Thrasybulus
Polyaen_06.51.1 the erection of a temple to Athene, by using the follow
Polyaen_07.43.1 rated a sacrifice in honour of Athene Itonia. But at night
Polyaen_08.51.1 refuge in the temple of Athene Chalcioeca, from whence
Polyaen_08.59.1 olians, the priestess of Athene, on the occasion of the
Poseidon_50 (chapter 4.3) & The temple of Athene at Odysseia in Spain
PsCallisth_2.2 lagration of you and your ally Athene because you do not
PsCallisth_2.5 mother in the temple of Athene, and we demanded just reco
PsCallisth_3.17 ers. I invoked Olympian Ammon, Athena, giver of victory,
PsCallisth_3.26 and Hera and Ares and Athena, bringer of victory, that
PsCallisth_3.33 Athens for the goddess Athena, who is the most beautiful
RC_51 (early 2nd cent.)   one in the temple of Athene] and the other in Gryn
RC_53 (197-160)   Pergamon in the temple of] Athene [and in] the [pr
RC_62 (160-139)   s and especially for Athene has I am convinced be
RC_65 (142)   place it [in the temple of Athene . . . and to inc
RC_67 (135)   hrine him in the temple of Athene Nikephoros. Thi
SEG_28.60 (270/69)   ] the Panathenaia for Athene Archegetis [for the fi
SEG_33.1184 (196)   ised in the [temple of Athene] Ilias 30 alongside t
SEG_38.603 (202-197)   eter, Apollo, Ares, Athene Areia, the Tauropolos],
SEG_44.710 (248-239)   s, in the sanctuary of Athene, and at Geraistos, in
SEG_47.1563 (323-313)   other in the sanctuary of Athene at Latmos. The mag
SEG_48.1330 (c. 128-100)   ds of men. And Pallas brought the tamer of Pega
SEG_48.588 (289)   elios, (?) Ares, (?) Athene Areia, and] all gods an
SEG_53.1373 (late 3rd century)   in the sanctuary of Athene at Ilion and the other o
SEG_55.922 (c. 294-288)   in the sanctuary of Athene, common to all the The
SEG_57.1663 (shortly after 188)   ce in the temple of Athene, so that it may be [clea
SEG_59.1406A (281)   the other in that of Athene next to the altar of Ze
Simonid_6.2 hangs here under the roof of Athene's temple. Often mid
Simonid_6.343 their foes, they dedicated to Pallas as a tithe of the
Simonid_13.20 erland, the holy city of Athena, offered this pleasant flu
Syll_310 (323/2)   opolis by [the temple of Athene Polias]. The tre
Syll_324 [. . . dedicated this] to Athene Pronaia. Kephiso
Syll_330 (c. 306)   vice to the temple of Athene [Ilias] and to the cit
Syll_339 (soon after 325)   b in the temple of Athene, except for Chalk&#
Syll_340 (3rd cent.)   e it in the temple of Athene, so that it may be c
Syll_366 (c. 292)   and in the temple of Athene at Koroneia, and joi
Syll_400 (273/2)   ce at the Chalkeia to Athene, Archegetis of the c
Syll_401 (258-250)   ed written tablets to Athene [Nike], with an acc
Syll_463 (soon after 246)   in the temple of the Athene Polias; the cost of the
Syll_524 (early 3rd cent.)   aian] Zeus, Poseidon, Athene, Pythian Apollo, and
Syll_558 (c. 207/6)   er in the temple of Athene; the epidamiorgos Sotion
Syll_570 (early 2nd cent.)   temple of Lindian Athene at Potidaion and the t
Syll_587 (c. 196)   build the temple of Athene in a new location, in
Syll_604 (192)   , and a sacrifice to Athene of twelve victims, sta
Syll_605 (192)   Greece, dedicated to Athene Nikephoros these first
Syll_606 (190)   alos was dedicated to Athene Nikephoros, on accoun
Syll_629 (182)   es and sacrifices to Athene Nikephoros along with
Syll_630 (182)   gnising the temple of Athene Nikephoros as inviolab
Syll_633 (c. 180)   Artemis and Leto and Athene and Zeus the Saviour;
Theodorid_9.743 by the gates of Itonian Athena & they stand, a beautiful
THI_100 (c. 200)   eidon, Demeter, Ares, Athene Areia and the Tauropol
THI_105 (c. 200)   ians in the shrine of Athene Polias and the Priansi
THI_116 (184)   Zeus Genethlios and Athena [Nikephoros, to whom kin
THI_117 (c. 273)   usand drachmas, sacred to Athene, and he shall be a
THI_12 (c. 309-305)   llo, Demeter, Ares, Athene Areia {"warlike&q
THI_120 (200-159)   t up in the temple of Athena, [which] was founded b
THI_132 (c. 266)   ts for him in the temple of Athene. The neopoiē
THI_150 (163-146)   atos was [priest of] Athene in Arsinoē, the Tr
THI_151 (145-137)   one in the temple of Athene Polias in Thebes, and t
THI_39 (235/4)   iced to Zeus Soter and Athene Soteira for the healt
THI_40 (c. 200)   inscribed in the temple of Athene. [B]   Decre
THI_41 (297)   ion to Zeus Soter and Athene Nikē; and they sh
THI_62 (late 2nd century)   when the temple of Athene on the edge suffered dama
THI_73 (early 3rd century)   in the the temple of Athene Kranaia, one in the ago
THI_87 (306-301)   ning the sanctuary of Athene and to Kleisimbrotides
THI_90 (311-306)   , the Antaian Mother, Athene Polias, and all the ot

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