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  • is called Proserpina. Dans la mythologie grecque, Perséphone (en grec ancien Περσεφόνη / Persephónê, chez Homère et Pamphos d'Athènes Περσεφόνεια / Persephóneia)
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  • cv: Персефона; cy: Persephone; da: Persefone; de: Persephone; el: Περσεφόνη; en: Persephone; eo: Persefono; es: Perséfone; et: Persephone; eu: Pertsefone;
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  • is called Proserpina. Dans la mythologie grecque, Perséphone (en grec ancien Περσεφόνη / Persephónê, chez Homère et Pamphos d'Athènes Περσεφόνεια / Persephóneia)
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  • See Persephone.
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  • ) Κόρϝα IG5(2).554 (provenance unknown), ἡ:—the Daughter (of Demeter), Persephone, τῇ Μητρὶ καὶ τῇ Κόρῃ (v.l. Κούρῃ) Hdt.8.65; ναὶ τὰν Κόραν Ar.V.1438;
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  • 206.2, Anaxandr.2; τῷ θεῷ καὶ τῇ θεᾷ IG12.76.39: in dual, of Demeter and Persephone, μεγάλα θεά S.OC683 (in earlier Att. τὼ θεώ, v. θεός) ; αἱ θεαί IG22.661
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  • 17; τὼ Θεσμοφόρω Demeter and Persephone, Ar.Th.83, al.; αἱ Θεσμοφόροι App.BC2.70, Plu.Dio56, etc.; πότνια Θ., of Persephone, Pi.Fr.37; also, as a title
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  • ης (ἡ) : Corè, propr. la jeune fille (de Déméter) n. de Perséphonè. Étymologie: κόρη. Κόρη: ион. Κούρη, дор. Κόρα ἡ Кора, Дочь (Деметры), т. е. Персефона
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  • déesse ; particul. ἡ θεός Athéna ; ἡ νερτέρα θεός Perséphone ; τὼ θεώ les deux déesses (Déméter et Perséphone); III. dieu par apothéose, à Rome (lat. divus);
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  • name of Γῆ, Pherecyd.Syr.1, cf. Dam.Pr.124bis; χ. θεαί, i.e. Demeter and Persephone, Hdt.6.134, 7.153; of the Erinyes, S.OC1568 (lyr.); χ. Ἅιδας, Ἅιδης, E
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  • Ἄρτεμις S.El.626, cf. B.10.117, etc.; δ. νύμφη A.Fr.342; esp. as a name of Persephone, Pl.Lg.796b; in Arcadia, IG5(2).514 (Lycosura), Paus.8.37.1-10; of Κύπρις
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  • τά,    A festival of the χθόνιαι θεαί (Demeter and Persephone), IG4.679.17 (Hermione). τὰ, Α χθών, χθονός] τα χθόνια. Αναζήτηση σε: Google | Τριανταφυλλίδη
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  • the gods: such a tract between Athens and Megara, sacred to Demeter and Persephone, was specially called ἡ ὀ. or ἱερὰ ὀ., D.13.32, Call.Fr.35 P., Plu.Per
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  • the maid whom none may name (i.e. Persephone), E.Fr.63, cf. Hel. 1307; ἀρρήτων θέσμια, sc. of Demeter and Persephone, IG3.713.6.    2 unutterable, horrible
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  • δᾶ). τρος (ἡ) : voc. Δήμητερ ou Δημῆτερ; Déméter (lat. Cérès) mère de Perséphone, déesse des laboureurs, protectrice des biens de la terre. Étymologie:
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  • μέγας, χαλεπός H., βριμάομαι χαλεπαίνω', Βριμώ f. surname of Hekate and Persephone a.o. (s. βρίμη), with further βρίθω, βριαρός. The shortness of the ι in
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  • τε καὶ μουσεῖον, Plat. Phaedr. 278 b; Eur. nennt Mel. 173 das Reich der Persephone μουσεῖα θρηνήμασι ξυνῳδά, den von Klagen ringsum tönenden Ort; in Alcm
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  • or driving white horses, Ibyc.16, Stesich.86, Pi.P.4.117, S.El.706; of Persephone, Pi.O.6.95; λ. Ἀώς B.Scol.Oxy. 24.    2 λ. ἀγυιαί full of white horses
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  • verschaffen, verlenen; met acc. en dat..; τῷ καὶ τεθνηῶτι νόον πόρε Περσεφόνεια Persephone had hem zelfs toen hij dood was een heldere geest gegeven Od. 10.494;
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  • der Ceres (Demeter), wohin eine spätere Mythe den Raub der Proserpina (Persephone) versetzte, j. Castro Giovanni, Cic. Verr. 3, 192. Liv. 24, 38. § 3 sqq
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