Andromache   - in ancient sources @

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  Andromache   - daughter of Eetion, and wife of Hector of Troy
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.97   still to the lament of Andromache ; still we see Troy
Cic:Acad_2.20   say 'That is Antiope' or 'Andromache,' ** when we have not
Cic:Tusc_3.53   might all have lamented with Andromache -
Just_17.3   of the Chaonians, and Andromache the widow of Hector
Malal_193   lossus, the son of Pyrrhus and Andromache. Immediately Ale
Ovid:Cons_299   hand? Such a sight was Andromache, when her husband boun
Philoch_124   through the character of Andromache, insulting the Spartan

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