Hermione   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hermione   - a town on the east coast of the Peloponnese, Greece
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  + Hermionians
225/11 Pellene, Pheneus, Phlius, Cleonae, Epidaurus, Hermione, and Troezen.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_11.4 & The people of Hermione* worship Demeter and sacrifi
AnthPal_7.446 ranger is Zoïlus of Hermione, but he lies buried in
Athen_8.338 sayings which Lasus of Hermione has uttered about fishes
Athen_14.624 also from what Lasus of Hermione says in his hymn to the
LeonTar_7.503 the son of Bathycles of Hermione, who perished in the hea
Plut:Arat_34 the Aeginetans and Hermionians joined the Achaeans, and
Plut:Cleom_19 ns, the Epidaurians, and Hermionians to the number of his
Syll_489 (c. 234)   artisans was Pythokles of Hermione, the son of Ar
THI_149 (175-172)   rpose -   from Hermione: Philon son of Kallist
Vit:Arat_1 Magnesia (not Lasus of Hermione, but a different writer

  Hermione   - in documents
Asclepiad_5.158 once with captivating Hermione, and she wore, O Paphian
SelPap_1.32 nysius, his mother being Hermione, of Oxyrhynchus, ack

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