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  Poseidon   - the Greek god of the sea
Wikipedia entry
295/8 Dreams of Stilpon about Poseidon and the Mother of the Gods.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_1.34 eas in such a cloud that Poseidon tricked Achilles, accord
Aelian:NA_12.45 rote a hymn of thanks to Poseidon that bears witness to
Aelian:NA_13.21 words are ' A child of Poseidon, portent of the waters,
Aelian:NA_14.18 be a gift bestowed by Poseidon or Athena, the god and
Aelian:NA_14.28 account proclaims that Poseidon was the lover of Nerites
Aelian:NA_15.2 sprung from the seed of Poseidon, wore upon their head
Aelian:NA_15.6 time when everybody prays to Poseidon the Averter of Dis
Aelian:NA_15.23 is sacred not only to Poseidon but is also beloved of
Aelian:NA_17.1 they are said to be sacred to Poseidon. And they are cons
AnthPal_3.9 and Neleus, the sons of Poseidon, delivering from bonds
AnthPal_3.16 and Boeotus, the sons of Poseidon, delivering their mother
AnthPal_6.233 -bound - these, Isthmian Poseidon, who delight in the roar
AnthPal_9.90 ITYLENE & { Ph 1 } & To Poseidon Lord of horses, who rule
AnthPal_9.391 { H 8 } & This son of Poseidon and the son of Zeus trai
AntipSid_7.409 ugh Zeus is greater than Poseidon, Poseidon his inferior
AntipThes_9.241 neat-herd, Phoebus, and Poseidon was a nag, Zeus was a
Apollonid_7.693 sed me. Save them, Poseidon, and grant ever to all casters
Athen_5.209 Who rules the sea, great Poseidon, conveys it & Safe o’er
Athen_6.253 called him the son of Poseidon and Aphrodite, for he
Athen_6.261 hey sacrificed a bull to Poseidon and threw it into the
Athen_8.333 and made a sacrifice to Poseidon who puts armies to fligh
Athen_10.425 arers at the festival of Poseidon were called "bulls,"
Athen_11.466 sea, as an offering to Poseidon, proceeds as follows:-
Athen_12.536 this bowl to the royal Poseidon, & A fit memorial of his
Athen_13.588 in Aegina, at the festival of Poseidon. And once, being
Crinag_10.24 the mighty Earth-shaker {Poseidon}, be gracious to others,
DiogLaert_7.147 instrument of art; and Poseidon, as pervading moisture,
DionHal:Din_10 erning the priesthood of Poseidon: "I pray, by Athena, tha
Euseb]:Chron_173 legend, [Belus] was the son of Poseidon and Libya. Europs,
Julian:Caes_318 not my water," retorted Poseidon, "but your vines that
Julian:Caes_325 eech in martial fashion, Poseidon's attendant carried the
LeonTar_6.4 his sharp trident, weapon of Poseidon, and the two oars
Lucill_11.189 terror, the trident of Poseidon, the shield of Athena,
MArgent_6.246 dedicates in your porch, Poseidon, his spurs that urge the
Nicarch_11.332 her is not little, but Poseidon seems to sail over in
Philip_6.38 & { G-P 10 } & To you Poseidon, Lord of the sea, did
Philip_6.90 & { G-P 12 } & Poseidon, King of the sea, to you does
Philoch_26 next to the temple of Poseidon, as is mentioned by Hype
Phld:Epigr_6.246 dedicates in your porch, Poseidon, his spurs that urge the
Phld:Epigr_6.349 and you waves, and you, Poseidon, and Thracian Zephyr,
Phylarch_15 Cyrene, was the son of Poseidon and Celaeno, the daughte
Plut:Agis_16 Cleombrotus in the temple of Poseidon. It was against
Plut:Cleom_22 alone into the temple of Poseidon, where, seeing him in
Plut:Mor_842 ircular dances played to Poseidon; and that to the victor
Plut:Mor_843 ius, who were priests of Poseidon Erechtheus, and also Phi
Plut:Mor_846 a suppliant in the temple of Poseidon. When Archias came
Plut:Mor_849 in the very temple of Poseidon, though he grasped the
Polyaen_6.24.1 wine, as a sacrifice to Poseidon; and then they should
Polyaen_8.46.1 which there was a temple of Poseidon, where she took
PsCallisth_1.12 oot, and bearing in mind Poseidon, ruler of the sea, and
PsCallisth_1.44 emoniously sacrificed to Poseidon, he passed on to Meotis,
PsCallisth_* 3.25-28 * and sacrifice horses to Poseidon and Hephaistos during
SEG_23.547 (201/0)   os and (?) Hera] and Poseidon and [Ares and (?) Aph
SEG_38.603 (202-197)   s, [Gē, Helios, Poseidon, Demeter, Apollo, A
SEG_44.710 (248-239)   in the sanctuary of Poseidon Geraistios, in the inv
SEG_47.1563 (323-313)   eus, Gē, Helios, Poseidon, Athena Areia and th
SEG_48.1330 (c. 128-100)   loponnese}. [And Anthes,] Poseidon’s son, [came
Syll_366 (c. 292)   otia in the temple of Poseidon at Onchestos and in
Syll_524 (early 3rd cent.)   r by [Diktaian] Zeus, Poseidon, Athena, Pythian Apo
Syll_570 (early 2nd cent.)   one in the temple of Poseidon at Porthmos, and the
Syll_586 (c. 196)   tresses, dedicated this to Poseidon Porthmios. &r
Syll_620 (early 2nd cent.)   the sacred olive of Poseidon and Amphitrite on ac
Syll_673 (150-135)   is as a thank offering to Poseidon Argeios and Ares
THI_100 (c. 200)   us, Gē, Helios, Poseidon, Demeter, Ares, Athen
THI_12 (c. 309-305)   #275;}, Sun {Helios}, Poseidon, Apollo, Demeter, A
THI_150 (163-146)   les, in the temple of Poseidon in Kalaureia and the
THI_73 (early 3rd century)   ns that the temple of Poseidon and Amphitrite on Te
THI_90 (311-306)   a vow to Zeus Soter, Poseidon Asphaleios, Apollo Cl
THI_99.D (2nd century)   ted in the temple of Poseidon Porthmios, on which

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