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  • c. Ἀχιλλεύς. ῆος, dat. -ῆι and -εῖ: Achilles, son of Peleus and Thetis, king of the Myrmidons, and the hero of the Iliad, as announced in A 1. For his
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  • 13, 601. Saul Saulis N M :: Saul; King of Isreal); (original name of St Paul) Saul Saul undeclined N M :: Saul; King of Isreal); (original name of St Paul)
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  • āvi, ātum, 1, v. n. and I a. regnum. I Neutr., to have royal power, to be king, to rule, reign: ubi Pterela rex regnavit, Plaut. Am. 1, 1, 257: Romulus
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  • latrinae) take their name, Mart. 12, 77, 9.— III The name of an elephant of king Antiochus, Plin. 8, 5, 5, § 12. Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus
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  • Lătīnus: a, um, v. Latium, II. B. Lătīnus: i, m., I a king of the Laurentians, who favorably received Æneas and gave him his daughter Lavinia in marriage
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  • ὁ, poet. Noun (Boeot. for    A king, AB1095), ruler, leader, commander,    1 in war or peace, ἡγεμόνες Δαναῶν καὶ κ. Il. 2.487; κοίρανε λαῶν 7.234; οὐκ
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  • cf. Ritschl, Monum. Epigr. Tria, p. 26), i, m., = Σίσυφος. I Son of Æolus, king of Corinth, famous for his cunning and robberies. He was killed by Theseus
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  • Ŏlympĭas: ădis, f., = Ὀλυμπιάς, I the daughter of Neoptolemus, king of Epirus, consort of king Philip of Macedon and mother of Alexander the Great, Cic. Div
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  • a celebrated island in the Ægean Sea, off the coast of Troas, named after king Tenes or Tennes (Gr. Τέννης), who received divine honors; still called Tenedos
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  • f. Étymologie: DELG μήδομαι. Μήδεια (-είας, -ειαν.) daughter of Aietes, king of Kolchis, carried off by Jason, and revered esp. at Korinth.    1 οὐ ψεύσομ'
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  • Ar. and P. ἐπίτροπος, ὁ. he acted as regent for Pleistarchus, who though king was still a minor, being his cousin: P. Πλείσταρχον… ὄντα βασιλέα καὶ νέον
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  • Candaules, dog-throttler, choke-dog, hound-choker, Hippon.1; name of a Lydian king, Hdt.1.7, al. Κανδαύλης, ὁ (Α) 1. λυδική ονομασία του Ερμή 2. όνομα Λυδού
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  • (διαδέω)    A band or fillet: esp. band round the τιάρα worn by the Persian king, X.Cyr.8.3.13, Plu.2.488d; by Alexander, Arr.An.7.22.2; by his successors
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  • father of Pelops, a king of Sipylus, who revealed the secrets of the gods, and was punished in Hades, Od. 11.582 ff. Τᾰνταλος king of Lydia, father of
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  • Hiéron, roi de Syracuse. Étymologie: ἱερός. Ἱέρων son of Deinomenes, king of Syracuse, founder of Aitna.    1 ἐς ἀφνεὰν ἱκομένους μάκαιραν Ἱέρωνος ἑστίαν
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  • Dĭŏmēdes: is, m., = Διομήδης. I A son of Tydeus, king of Aetolia, and Deipyle, the successor of Adrastus in Argos; a famous hero at the siege of Troy,
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  • he wished for the future to pay three obols till he had appealed to the king: P. τοῦ λοιποῦ χρόνου ἐβούλετο τριώβολον διδόναι ἕως ἂν βασιλέα ἐπέρηται
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  • Hĭempsal: ălis, m. I Son of Micipsa and king of Numidia, Sall. J. 5, 7; 11, 3; Flor. 3, 8, 4; Suet. Caes. 71.— II Another king of Numidia, perh. son of the former
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  • Πελῐας son of Poseidon and Tyro, descendant of Aiolos, father of Akastos; king of Iolkos, killed by Jason.    1 θέσφατον ἧν Πελίαν ἐξ ἀγαυῶν Αἰολιδᾶν θανέμεν
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  • Jŭgurtha: ae, m., I the nephew and successor of Micipsa, king of Numidia, conquered by Marius in the war with the Romans; v. Sall. J. 5 sqq.; Flor. 3,
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  • 3: atrium, Liv. 39, 44, 7: sodales, appointed for the Sabine worship by king Titus Tatius, Varr. L. L. 5, § 85 Müll.; Tac. A. 1, 54; Luc. 1, 602.—Called
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  • solemn occasions, Hdt.1.132, 3.12 (v. πῖλος), 7.61, 8.120; worn by the great king, A. Pers.661 (lyr.); whose tiara was upright, X.An.2.5.23, Cyr.8.3.13, Phylarch
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  • but in Trag. mostly ος, ον:—    A Ogygian, of or from Ogyges, a mythical king of Attica: hence generally, primeval, primal, Στυγὸς ὕδωρ Hes.Th.806; ὠ.
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  • αο (ὁ) : dor. c. Αἰήτης. Αἰήτας father of Medea, king of Kolchis    1 Αἰήτα ζαμενὴς παῖς (P. 4.10) “πρὸς Αἰήτα θαλάμους” (P. 4.160) κελαινώπεσσι Κόλχοισιν
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  • Aulētes: ae, m., I the flute-player, the surname of the exiled Egyptian king Ptolemy, Cic Rab. Post. 10, 28. Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus
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  • Accipio, inquit, mea filia, omen, I take it as a good omen (of a victory over king Perses), Cic. Div. 1, 46, 103: ingens omen magni triumphi, Juv. 4, 125: qui
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  • ὁ. Lāŏmĕdon: ontis, m., = Λαομέδων, I the father of Priam and Ganymede, king of Troy, Cic. Tusc. 1, 26, 65; Prop. 2, 14 (3, 6), 2; Hor. C. 3, 3, 22; Ov
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  • collat. form of dat. Tantaleo, after the form Τανταλεύς), m., = Τάνταλος,> I a king of Phrygia, son of Jupiter, and father of Pelops and Niobe. He was admitted
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  • crouching; hence = ancus Martius = θεράπων Ἄρεως, servant of Mars), the fourth king of Rome, A.U.C. 116-140, said to have been the grandson of Numa by Pompilia
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  • Then Heracles and his men went to the king and eventually slayed him. When Heracles ended his twelve labours, King Eurystheus accused him of killing him
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  • God, i.e. an angel (also a prophet, priest or teacher): ambassador, angel, king, messenger.
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  • pour out, especially a libation, or to cast (metal); by analogy, to anoint a king: cover, melt, offer, (cause to) pour (out), set (up).
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  • de Tirynthe. Étymologie:. Proetus, king of Tiryns, son of Abas, and husband of Anteia, Il. 6.157 ff. Προῑτος king of Argos, son of Abas, twin brother
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  • (Gr. acc. Nestora, Hor. C. 1, 15, 22), m., = Νέστωρ, I a son of Neleus, and king of Pylus, famous among the heroes before Troy for his wisdom and eloquence
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  • of Pheres. of Admetus, adj.: Ἀδμήτειος. Admētus: i, m. I In mythology, a king of Pherœ, in Thessaly, the husband of Alcestis, whose sheep Apollo was condemned
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  • beginning of a reign: novis initiis et ominibus opus est, i. e. of a new king, Curt. 5, 9, 4.— II Secret sacred rites, sacred mysteries, to which only
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  • Theseus: Θησεῖον, τό. Thēseus: (dissyl.), -ĕï;, and -ĕos, m., = Θησεύς,> I a king of Athens, son of Ægeus (acc. to others, of Neptune) and Æthra; husband of
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  • 6: classis, a pilot, Verg. A. 6, 334; Ov. M. 12, 574: aquarum Tibris, the king of rivers, Stat. S. 3, 5, 112. — II One who extends, draws out: ferreus,
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  • Ion. δρηπέτης, εω, ὁ, (διδράσκω, δρᾶναι)    A runaway, βασιλέος from the king, Hdt.3.137; esp. runaway slave, δούλοισι, καὶ τοῦτο δρηπέτῃσι Id.6.11, cf
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  • faciebat, Prop. 4 (5), 2, 7; Verg. A. 7, 30; Ov. F. 4, 291; 6, 105.—    b A king of Alba, after whom the river is said to have been named, Varr. L. L. 5,
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  • words of Christ, asks, not without irony, art thou not a king then? or in any case, thou art a king, art thou not? cf. Winer's Grammar, 512 (477). The difference
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  • ).    II (παρίσταμαι) intr., being beside :    1 position or post near a king, X.Cyr.8.4.5.    2 arrival, visit, στρατηγοῦ POxy. 2139 (ii/iii A. D.).    3
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  • Οὐλίξης; v. Müll. Etrusk. 2, p. 279, the Latin name for Odysseus, Engl. Ulysses, king of Ithaca, famed among the Grecian heroes of the Trojan war for his craft
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  • Ācron: ōnis, m. I A king of the Caeninenses, who, in the war with the Romans on account of the rape of the Sabines, was slain by Romulus, Prop. 4, 10,
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  • blood the hyacinth sprang up, Ov. M. 13, 395.— II Ajax Oileus, son of Oileus, king of the Locri, who violated Cassandra, Verg. A. 1, 41; Cic. de Or. 2, 66.—
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  • Origin: XX [etym. unknown] Etymology: Acc. to Dsc. 3, 3 after the Illyrian king Gentis which one connects with the fact that the plant grew notably in the
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  • kings, S.Ph.6:—Med. once in Hom., τρὶς ἀνάξασθαι γένε' ἀνδρῶν to have been king for three generations, Od.3.245:—Pass., to be ruled, ἀνάσσονται δ' ἐμοὶ αὐτῷ
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  • 26; Hor. A. P. 104; abl. Peleo, Cic. de Or. 3, 15, 57), m., = Πηλεύς, a king of Thessaly, son of Æacus, brother of Telamon, half-brother of Phocus, husband
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  • Ăcestēs: ae, m., I a mythical king of Sicily, Verg. A. 5, 757; Ov. M. 14, 83. Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus
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  • ὁ,    A military garment named after the Persian king Καβάδης, Tz.H.12.792. καβάδης: -ου, ὁ, = καβάδιον, Τζέτζ. Χιλ. 12, 791. καβάδης, ὁ (Μ) είδος
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  • ης (ἡ) : Niobé. Niobe, daughter of Tantalus and wife of Amphīon, king of Thebes. Her six sons were slain by the arrows of Apollo, and her six daughters
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  • founded by King Cydon (Κύδων), a son of Hermes or Apollo and of Akakallis, the daughter of King Minos. According to Pausanias he was son of king Tegeates
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  • inhabitants of the kingdom founded in Epirus by Pyrrhus, Just. 17, 3, 3. — II King of Epirus, about 280 B.C., an enemy of the Romans; on account of his descent
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  • α, ον,    A belonging to a lord or king, royal, ὕες Od.15.397.    II ἀνακτόριον, τό, = ἀνάκτορον, Hsch., Suid., v.l. in Hdt. 9.65.    2 = ξιφίον, Ps.-Dsc
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  • = Μυκηναι, Μυκήνη, I a celebrated city in Argolis, of which Agamemnon was king: Agamemnoniaeque Mycenae, Verg. A. 6, 838; Ov. M. 6, 414; 15, 426 al.: deprensus
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  • Syphax: ācis (acc. scanned Syphăcēn, Claud. B. Gild. 90), m., = Σύφαξ,> I a king of Numidia at the time of the second Punic war, Sall. J. 5, 4; Liv. 24, 48
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  • Grammatical information: m. Meaning: father of Aiax, king of the Locrians (Il.). Origin: PG [a word of Pre-Greek origin] Etymology: Perh. from Ϝιλεύς,
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  • brother or sister), I a Grecian and Roman surname. I Ptolemaeus Philadelphus, a king of Egypt, Plin. 36, 7, 14, § 67; Gell. 6, 17, 3.— II Annius Philadelphus
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  • Nīcātor: ŏris, m., = Νικήτωρ (victor). I An epithet given to the members of King Perseus's body-guard: cohors regia, quos Nicatoras appellant, Liv. 43, 19
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  •    III συγγενής represented a title bestowed at the Persian court by the king as a mark of honour, 'cousin', X.Cyr.1.4.27, 2.2.31, D.S.16.50; also at the
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  • van Windekens. ῆος, dat. -ῆι and -εῖ: Achilles, son of Peleus and Thetis, king of the Myrmidons, and the hero of the Iliad, as announced in A 1. For his
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  • 8, 322; Arn. 4, 143; Lact. 1, 13; or to Latinus, the name of the mythical king, Varr. L. L. 5, § 32 Müll., I a country of Italy, in which Rome was situated
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  • national hero of Athens and Attica, Il. 1.265. Θησεύς son of Poseidon, king of Athens. test., v. Ἀμαζών fr. 174, Πειρίθοος fr. 175, Δημοφῶν fr. 176.
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  • Ἄδραστος, ὁ. Ā̆drastus: i. m., = Ἄδραστος, I king of Argos, father-in-law of Tydeus and Polynices, who, acc. to the fable, saw them both die, and turned
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  • Tarraconensis, Plin. 3, 2, 3, § 22; v. Albis. Alba: ae, m., I the name of a king in Alba Longa, Ov. M. 14, 612; id. F. 4, 43. Alba: or Alba Longa, ae, f.
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  • οπος, ὁ, Cecrops mythical king of Athens, Hdt.8.44; represented with a serpent's tail, and hence called διφυής, Sch.Ar.V. 436; with the tail of a θυννίς
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  • rolling the ‘resulting’ stone up-hill, Od. 11.593. Σῑςῠφος son of Aiolos; king of Korinth, founder by one account of the Isthmian games.    1 Σίσυφον μὲν
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  • Ăgăthō̆cles: is, m., = Ἀγαθοκλῆς. I A king of Sicily, son of a potter, celebrated for his war with the Carthaginians for the possession of the island;
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  • son of Hephaestus. Ĕrichthŏnĭus: ii, m., = Ἐριχθόϝιος. I A son of Vulcan, king of Athens, and the first who yoked four horses together to a chariot, Verg
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  • Ἰδομενεύς, -έως, ὁ. Īdŏmĕneus: (quadrisyl.), ĕi, m., = Ἰδομενευς, I a king of Crete, the leader of the Cretans against Troy, Verg. A. 3, 401; Ov. M.
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  • ονος (ὁ) : Éétion, h. Eetion.—(1) king of Thebe in the Troad, the father of Andromache, Il. 6.396, Il. 1.366.—(2) an Imbrian, a guest-friend of Priam
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  • έως (ὁ) : Œnée. Étymologie: οἶνος. (ϝοιν.): Oeneus, son of Portheus, king of Calydon in Aetolia, the husband of Althaea, and father of Tydeus and Meleāger
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  • Phocian: rura, Ov. M. 5, 276: Anetor, id. ib. 11, 348: juvenis, Pylades, son of King Strophius of Phocis, id. Tr. 1, 5, 21.—    C Phōcĭi, ōrum m., the Phocians
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  • son of Atreus and brother of Agamemnon, the successful suitor of Helen. King in Lacedaemon, a brave and spirited warrior, but not of the warlike temperament
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  • from יְהֹוָה abbreviated and קוּם; Jehovah will raise; Jehojakim, a Jewish king: Jehoiakim. Compare יוֹיָקִים.
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  • Dolabella eum (Caesarem) pelicem reginae (appellavit), as the favorite of King Nicomedes, Suet. Caes. 49; in apposition, pelices ministri, Mart. 12, 97
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  • been carried off by the harpies. Thus, they carried off the daughters of king Pandareus and gave them as servants to the Erinyes. In this form they were
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  • ), Paus.8.13.1.    II king, θεῶν ἐ. Call.Jov. 66 ; Μυρμιδόνων ἐ. Id.Aet.1.1.23 (expld. as,=οἰκιστής by Hdn.Gr.2.923) : prop. king bee (i. e. queen bee)
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  • 16; 5, 10. 2.—Thus the king of the Persians is called barbarus, Nep. Them. 4, 4; id. Con. 4, 3; and high officers of the king, barbari, id. Ages. 3, 1;
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  • Darius, name of several kings of Persia; being a Greek form of Persian dara, a king.
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  • 4, 10.— II A king of Macedonia, son of Perdiccas, and friend of Euripides, Cic. Tusc. 5, 12, 34; Just. 7, 4; Gell. 15, 20, 9.— III A king of Cappadocia
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  • Pirithous, son of Ixīon (or Zeus) and Dia, king of the Lapithae, a friend of Theseus; at his wedding with Hippodamīa arose the quarrel between the Centaurs
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  • (dissyl.), ĕi and ĕos, m., = Νηλευς, I a son of Neptune and the nymph Tyro, a king of Pylos, the father of twelve sons who were all, except Nestor, killed by
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  • f., Διδώ, I the celebrated foundress of Carthage, daughter of the Tyrian king Belus, wife of Sichaeus, and sister of Pygmalion; called also Elisa or Elissa
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  • Dēiŏtărus: i, m. I Tetrarch of Galatia, afterwards king in Armenia Minor and a part of Pontus; a contemporary of Pompey and Caesar, and of Cicero, who
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  • Θεοφρ. περὶ Λίθ. 26 καὶ 40, Διοσκ. 5. 84, Plin. N. H. 33. 26 κἑξ.· - κατὰ τὸν King, Antique Gems 15, μαλαχίτης ἢ ἀνθρακοῦχος χαλκός· ἢ κατ’ ἄλλους, βόραξ τῆς
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  • Prō̆gnē: or Prō̆cnē, ēs, f., = Πρόκνη, I Daughter of Pandion, king of Athens, sister of Philomela, and wife of Tereus; she was changed into a swallow:
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  • people of Attica, Hdt.8.44, Str.9.1.18; παῖδες Κραναοῦ (Cranaos being a mythic king of Athens) A.Eu.1011 (anap.)    2 generally, hard, χέλυς Opp.H.5.396; of
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  • Frandsen, Life of M. Vipsanius Agrippa, Alton. 1836.— III The name of a king in Judœa, Tac. A. 12, 23. Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC
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  • υἱοὶ καὶ κλυτοπώλου Ποσειδάωνος sc. Peirithoos and Theseus fr. 243.    2 king and all powerful father of gods and men. πατέρ' Οὐρανιδᾶν ἐγχεικέραυνον Ζῆνα
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  • Phĕrētĭădes: ae, m., = Φερητιάδης, I son of Pheres, king of Pherœ, i. e. Admetus, Ov. A. A. 3, 19.— II Phĕrētĭădae (Phĕrēcyăd-), ārum, m., = Φερητιάδαι
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  • of the fifth king of Rome, who came from Tarquinii, Cic. Rep. 2, 20, 35 sq.; Liv. 1, 34 sq.; and of his descendants, esp. the last Roman king, Cic. Rep.
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  • ον,    A not ruled by a king, Th.2.80, X.HG5.2.17: generally, free from rule, Plu.2.1125d, Artem.1.8. [Seite 2] nicht von, Königen regiert, χάονες Thuc
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  • shortd. form of βασιλεῦ,    A king! A.Supp.892 (lyr.).    II an exclam. baa! (with ref. to the baaing of a lamb), Hermipp.19. [Seite 422] Interjection
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  • Δευκαλίων, -ωνος, ὁ. Deucălĭon: ōnis, m., Δευκαλίων, I son of Prometheus, king of Phthia, in Thessaly, and husband of Pyrrha. He is famous on account of
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  • Μασσανάσσης, -ου, ὁ. Măsĭnissa: (Măsănīsa, Oros. 4, 18), ae, m., I a king of Numidia, grandfather of Jugurtha, at first the enemy and afterwards the
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  • Val. Max. 9, 12, 9 ext.; Vitr. 9 praef. § 2; Plin. 7, 20, 19, § 83.— II A king of Pisa, in Elis, Ov. Ib. 327. Mĭlo: ōnis, m., I a name assumed by T. Annius
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  • Hercules and Astyoche, who as a fugitive found safety in Rhodes, and became king there, Il. 2.653, , , Il. 5.628, 631, 632, 648, 656, 660, 668.—(2) a Lycian
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  • founded by King Cydon (Κύδων), a son of Hermes or Apollo and of Akakallis, the daughter of King Minos. According to Pausanias he was son of king Tegeates
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  • Προυσίας, -ου, ὁ. Prūsĭas: ae, and Prūsĭa, ae, m., = Προυσίας, I a king of Bithynia, who hospitably received Hannibal, but afterwards betrayed him to
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