Hermione - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town on the east coast of the Peloponnese, Greece
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Pellene, Pheneus, Phlius, Cleonae, Epidaurus, Hermione, and Troezen.
& The people of Hermione* worship Demeter and sacrifi
ranger is Zoïlus of Hermione, but he lies buried in
sayings which Lasus of Hermione has uttered about fishes
also from what Lasus of Hermione says in his hymn to the
the son of Bathycles of Hermione, who perished in the hea
the Aeginetans and Hermionians joined the Achaeans, and
ns, the Epidaurians, and Hermionians to the number of his
(c. 200) voys that the city of Hermione renews the kinship and friendshi
(late 4th cent.) 20 Lyson of Hermione, a blind boy. The boy
(c. 234) artisans was Pythokles of Hermione, the son of Ar
(175-172) rpose - from Hermione: Philon son of Kallist
Magnesia (not Lasus of Hermione, but a different writer
- in documents
once with captivating Hermione, and she wore, O Paphian
nysius, his mother being Hermione, of Oxyrhynchus, ack
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