Bucephalus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Bucephalus   - the horse of Alexander
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_6.44   and friendly. How Bucephalus bore himself to Alexander
Plin:HN_8.154   They called the animal Bucephalus, either because of its
PsCallisth_1.15   who, mounting the horse Bucephalus, shall ride him throug
PsCallisth_1.17   rough the district where Bucephalus was confined, and hear
PsCallisth_2.16   lexander, mounted on his horse Bucephalus, led his troops.
PsCallisth_2.19   you also with the horse Bucephalus and the royal estates
PsCallisth_3.3   being killed. And Bucephalus, the horse of Alexander, fel
PsCallisth_3.35   lexandria over the horse Bucephalus, Alexandria near the

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