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  Aphrodite   - the Greek goddess of love and beuaty
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  + Cypris , Cythereia , Hetaera , Urania
320/38 Apelles' painting of "Aphrodite Anadyomene" is allegedly a portrait
282/27a IG_375, an Athenian decree concerning the rites of Aphrodite Pandemos.
257/2 PSI_328, a letter from the priests of Aphrodite to Apollonius.
243/12 rthaginians to the Romans, and then plunder the temple of Aphrodite.
228/7 Lake Colo'e in Lydia and near the temple of Aphrodite at Pergamon.
196/14c THI_156, regulations for the cult of Aphrodite on Cos.
127/4 Nicomedes offers to buy the famous statue of Aphrodite at Cnidus.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_4.2   of pigeons as ' pets of Aphrodite,' and so everybody beli
Aelian:NA_10.1   ghter of Zeus and Dione {Aphrodite} snatched him away afte
Aelian:NA_10.27   and there they worship Aphrodite under the title of Uran
Aelian:NA_10.33   they say, are sacred to Aphrodite and Demeter, while the
Aelian:NA_10.34   Gods of the Household and to Aphrodite, for she also is
Aelian:NA_10.50   rse the famous temple of Aphrodite is (the pigeons there
Aelian:NA_14.28   men and gods; also that Aphrodite delighted to be with
Aelian:NA_15.29   ra, Athena, Artemis, and Aphrodite that, she said, came
Alcaeus_12.64   Peithenor, the second son of Cypris. And, Lord, I pray
AnthPal_5.11   Anonymous & { F 7 } & Cypris, if you save those at sea,
AnthPal_5.17   eaten shore, I send you, Cypris, these little cakes and
AnthPal_5.51   who is she, and how it befell, Cypris alone knows. [54]
AnthPal_5.94   Athena's hands, the breasts of Aphrodite, and the feet of
AnthPal_5.133   } & By your majesty, Cythereia, I swore to keep away
AnthPal_5.135   acchus and the Muses and Cythereia, sweetly-laughing treas
AnthPal_5.170   says: but anyone whom Cypris has not kissed is a woman
AnthPal_5.199   ere she has dedicated to Cypris these spoils of her maiden
AnthPal_5.201   here in the shrine of Cypris, the lyre the Muses helped
AnthPal_5.205   tch of Larissa presents to you Cypris, to possess and trea
AnthPal_6.1   dedicate my mirror to Aphrodite, since I wish not to
AnthPal_6.48   ill take to the works of Cypris, voting like Paris against
AnthPal_6.88   MACEDONIA & { Ph 1 } & Cythereia herself loosed from her
AnthPal_6.119   rest under the roof of Aphrodite's golden chamber : no
AnthPal_6.190   00. Take, honoured Cythereia, these poor gifts from poor
AnthPal_6.191   & { F 1 } & Receive, Cypris, these gifts of Leonidas
AnthPal_6.210   hangs in the temple of Cypris her sandals, locks of her
AnthPal_6.254   effeminate old stump of Aphrodite, he dedicated in the
AnthPal_6.260   ork is the gift of Cypris, a gift to envy, with which no
AnthPal_6.275   With joy, it is likely, Aphrodite will receive this offer
AnthPal_6.283   the day hath Athena despoiled Cypris. [284] Anonymous &
AnthPal_6.284   elf the grey robe. Cypris herself was the weaver ; but may
AnthPal_6.299   glass of wine. Let Cypris, my goddess, enjoy them too, and
AnthPal_6.318   sacrificing a calf to Aphrodite, the Nurser of youth,
AnthPal_6.319   the maiden from the hands of Cypris. [320] NICODEMUS OF
AnthPal_7.51   enemy of the secrets of Cypris, but Death and old age,
AnthPal_9.39   MUSICIUS?) & { F 7 } & Cypris to the Muses : "Honour Aph
AnthPal_9.220   ever hide the comradeship of Aphrodite. [221] Marcus_Arg
AnthPal_9.245   rst taste of the yoke of Cypris - a terror common to all
AnthPal_9.260   of years. No, by Cypris ! - and what is Cypris to me now
AnthPal_9.321   MACHUS & { F 1 } & Why, Cypris, have you, to whom the toi
AnthPal_9.325   Love, the servant of diademed Cypris. [326] Leonidas &rar
AnthPal_9.332   ple to see the statue of Aphrodite, how cunningly wrought
AnthPal_9.601   did Aeximenes erect to Aphrodite, the protectress of all
AnthPal_9.602   I who once supplicated Cypris with my maiden hands and,
AnthPal_9.605   in the house of fair-haired Aphrodite. How gentle she
AnthPal_11.414   xing Bacchus and limb-relaxing Aphrodite is limb-relaxing
AnthPal_12.89   ymous & { H 2 } & Cypris, why at one target have you shot
AnthPal_12.91   apling of violet-crowned Aphrodite ? Take fire, consume,
AnthPal_12.100   ire have you brought me, Cypris, and pity me not, although
AnthPal_12.104   if it visits others, I hate, Cypris, a love that is shar
AnthPal_12.112   him with the purple cord of Cypris. [113] Meleager &rar
AnthPal_16.160   23 } & On the Cnidian Aphrodite of Praxiteles Paphian
AnthPal_16.162   F 82 } & On the Same Cypris, seeing Cypris in Cnidus,
AnthPal_16.165   10 } & On the Cnidian Aphrodite Pallas and the consort
AnthPal_16.170   stranger, the Cnidian Cythereia, you would say this,
AnthPal_16.172   2 } & On a Statue of Aphrodite Pallas herself, I think
AnthPal_16.180   ITUS & { F 1 } & On the Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles
AnthPal_16.205   ads no longer the son of Cypris, but your offspring, Praxi
AnthPal_16.214   has stormed heaven and Cypris has despoiled the immortal
AnthPal_16.249   self near it and worship Aphrodite ; and praise Glycera,
Antiphil_9.415   onsisted of public votaries of Cypris. From those profits
AntipSid_6.47   ary take to the works of Cypris ; I see that the wish is
AntipSid_6.206   { G-P 6 } & To Aphrodite the Heavenly we girl companio
AntipSid_7.14   the mortal Muse; whom Cypris and Eros together reared,
AntipSid_7.30   self the pangs of the fever of Cypris. [7.34] & { G-P 18
AntipSid_7.218   ore delicate than tender Cypris, Lais the citizen of sea-g
AntipSid_9.567   iodemis, the nursling of Aphrodite, who from her babyhood
AntipSid_16.167   44 } & On the Cnidian Aphrodite and on Praxiteles' Stat
AntipSid_16.178   & { G-P 45 } & On the Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles
AntipThes_5.30   but this most excellently that Aphrodite is golden. For
AntipThes_5.31   a silver, and a bronze, but Cythereia is now all three.
AntipThes_6.208   let. The temple and statue are Aphrodite's. The offering
AntipThes_6.209   ere dedicated me to you, Cypris, according to her vow, the
AntipThes_9.59   her warlike guise, one Aphrodite, one Heracles, and anot
AntipThes_9.143   ety. Pay honour to Cypris, and either in your love or on
AntipThes_9.305   a sleep worthy of them whom Aphrodite hates. Tell me,
AntipThes_11.327   back, the disgrace of Aphrodite, with less haunches tha
AntipThes_16.175   { - } & On the Armed Aphrodite in Sparta Either the
AntipThes_16.176   G-P 88 } & On the Same Cypris belongs to Sparta too, but
Anyte_9.144   This is the place of Cypris, for it is sweet to her
Apollonid_9.791   25 } & On a Temple of Aphrodite built in the Sea Cyther
Archias_5.98   } & Prepare your bow, Cypris, and find at your leisure
Archias_6.207   offer these rich gifts to you, Aphrodite, who preside over
Archias_16.179   & { G-P 34 } & On the Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles
Asclepiad_5.153   indow, was smitten, dear Cypris, by the flame that lighten
Asclepiad_5.161   ners. But fly from Aphrodite's corsairs and their ships
Asclepiad_5.169   loak doth cover two lovers and Cypris is honoured by both.
Asclepiad_5.189   is not love that Cypris smote me with, but a tormenting
Asclepiad_5.194   the golden chamber of Cypris, a holy flower of beauty
Asclepiad_5.202   gun to neigh. Dear Cypris, give her unquestioned glory for
Asclepiad_5.203   sidice dedicated to you, Cypris, her spur, the golden goad
Asclepiad_5.207   not go to the house of Cypris by the road the goddess
Asclepiad_5.209   By thy shore, O Paphian Cythereia, Cleander saw Nico swim
Asclepiad_12.50   not you alone that cruel Cypris has taken captive ; not
Asclepiad_12.75   uld be described as the son of Cypris. [12.77] & { G-P 38
Asclepiad_12.77   by Hermes I swear it, would Cypris herself know which
Asclepiad_12.161   boy, the swift dart of Cypris the Popular, flashing desi
Asclepiad_12.162   tiny child, returns to Cypris, holding a golden writing
Asclepiad_16.68   OSEIDIPPUS This is a statue of Cypris. But come let us see
Athen_1.18   says [ Od_18'192 ] that Aphrodite — & With every beauty
Athen_1.28   es, and garlands here; & Aphrodite loves comfort; where
Athen_2.39   ove; & And oftentimes I sit by Aphrodite. And Alcman says—
Athen_5.205   to it was a temple of Aphrodite, in form like a rotunda
Athen_5.207   was a temple devoted to Aphrodite, containing three couch
Athen_6.232   your false wife; which Aphrodite once did give & A welco
Athen_6.253-255 *   crated temples to Leaena Aphrodite and Lamia Aphrodite,
Athen_6.270   eous objects, since fair Aphrodite & Is always hostile to
Athen_11.463   most, and holds fast to Aphrodite, during the time he is
Athen_12.510     Nor Poseidon ; Cypris was their only queen. 
Athen_12.554   dedicated a temple to Aphrodite Callipygos ["of the Bea
Athen_13.559   & Behold the temple of Hetaera here; & But there is not
Athen_13.564-575 *   es},- sure the goddess & Cypris, and tender-eyed Persuasio
Athen_13.579   much annoyed; & For by Aphrodite, it was not you who los
Athen_13.581   fair temple sacred to Aphrodite, & And noticing her for
Athen_13.585   ing to her, "You are the Aphrodite of Praxiteles;" "And
Athen_13.588-592 *   was also said that the Aphrodite, which is at Corinth,
Athen_13.595   and the altar those of Aphrodite Pythionice; and in so
Athen_13.599-605 *   ity, and that the golden Aphrodite is so too, I recollect
Athen_13.608   was full many a fruit of Cypris to view, & Dark in the ric
Athen_14.619   in a modest manner to Aphrodite to aid her in becoming
Athen_14.631   ccompaniment to hymns to Aphrodite and Dionysus, and to
Athen_14.633   Can feel the bliss of Aphrodite. & But those whose coa
Athen_14.659   ering in the festival of Aphrodite Pandemos, using the fol
Athen_15.668   which were thrown, sacred to Aphrodite -  
Athen_15.676   Cyprus, [676] an image of Aphrodite, a span high, of very
Athen_15.681-683 *   sprang from the baths of Aphrodite , when Aphrodite bathed after
Athen_15.687   called The Judgment represents Aphrodite, being a sort of
Athen_15.688   And in his poems also, Aphrodite anoints the dead body of
Athen_15.702   we seek to capture by Aphrodite's hidden nets, 
Callim:Epigr_6   edicated to Arsinoē Aphrodite of Zephyrium by Selenae
Callim:Epigr_39   [39] & These gifts to Aphrodite did Simŏn, the lig
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   x. [The cult of Aphrodite of Eryx in Sicily was bro
DioscEpigr_5.54   taking pleasure in procreative Cypris. & For in the middle
DioscEpigr_5.55   long-distance course of Cypris without bending, & her eye
DioscEpigr_6.290   14 } & With sweetest Urania & did Parmenis leave her
DioscEpigr_7.407   mourning in company with Aphrodite the fair young son of
Julian:Caes_309   and showed all the charms of Aphrodite and the Graces.
Julian:Caes_311   est [ Titus ] sport with Aphrodite Pandemos and chain the
Julian:Caes_329   honour of the lover of Aphrodite, by scraping together
Julian:Caes_335   er, till mighty Ares and Aphrodite took pity on him and
Julian:Mis_359   men have knowledge of Aphrodite, goddess of Wedlock,
LeonTar_5.188   am gentle, I call Cypris to witness ; but he shot me from
LeonTar_6.211   ates in your porch, true Cypris, the silver statuette of
LeonTar_6.293   hese slippers hang here, Cypris, the spoils won from Socha
LeonTar_6.300   wait a sacrifice of a kid. * & Aphrodite is meant, as Nos.
LeonTar_9.320   Eurotas said once to Cypris, " Either arm yourself or
LeonTar_16.171   OF ALEXANDRIA On Armed Aphrodite Why, Cythereia, have
LeonTar_16.182   & { G-P 23 } & On the Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles
LeonTar_16.206   enerate Love, the son of Cythereia, alone amongst the gods
Lucill_11.174   & Dio yesterday stole Cypris all of gold, just risen
Lucill_11.239   husbands, were afflicted by Aphrodite with an evil odou
MArgent_5.16   if I put the silver hounds of Cypris on her track. [5.32]
MArgent_5.102   ia, a rather slim little Aphrodite, but blessed with a swe
MArgent_6.248   re, consecrated to Cypris henceforth, my tipsy flagon, sis
MArgent_10.18   Gobrys, let Dionysus and Aphrodite, who loves dalliance,
Meleager_5.137   and one for Heliodora Cypris and one for Heliodora, the
Meleager_5.154   { G-P 63 } & By Cypris, swimming through the blue waves
Meleager_5.176   a wonder to me, Cypris, how you, who rose from the gree
Meleager_5.179   { G-P 7 } & By Cypris, Love, I will throw them all in
Meleager_5.191   hereon but these words, "Cypris, to you does Meleager, he
Meleager_5.195   blessed she, whose bed Cypris made, whose words were wro
Meleager_5.196   beauty is Love's gift, Cypris charmed her bed, and the
Meleager_5.204   against the strokes of Cypris' oarsmen, but your back
Meleager_6.162   dedicates to you, dear Cypris, the lamp his play-fellow,
Meleager_12.54   & { G-P 82 } & Cypris denies that she gave birth to
Meleager_12.56   marble, fashioning the son of Cypris. But now Love, the
Meleager_12.92   lances ever smeared with Cypris' bird-lime, you have seize
Meleager_12.132   it to you, my soul, "By Cypris, you will be taken, O love
Meleager_12.141   { G-P 96 } & By Cypris, you have spoken what not even
Meleager_12.154   For he is beautiful, by Cypris, entirely beautiful ; and
Meleager_12.157   & { G-P 119 } & Cypris is my skipper and Love keeps the
Meleager_12.164-167 *   two are the immortal mead of Cypris. [12.165] & { G-P
Meleager_12.256   hath wrought for you, Cypris, gathering with his own
Meleager_12.83-86 *   ging the little torch of Cypris with scented flame, the
Mnasalcas_9.324   place of the rustic Muse. * & Aphrodite. [9.333] & { G-P
Mnasalcas_9.333   zing at the sanctuary of Cypris of the Sea, and the spring
Nicand:Al_400   the lily, abhorred of Aphrodite, seeing that it was her
Nicand:Ge_74   again ambrosia, and many Aphrodite's Joy, for the lily riv
Nicarch_6.285   loom, made in honour of Cypris a bonfire in front of her
Nicarch_9.576   holding an Apple. Aphrodite speaks Trito-born maiden, why
Nicarch_4502,2   and do not say, "Cypris is better than Plutus", and do
OGIS_172   (88 ) To Paphian Aphrodite.   The city of Paphos
OGIS_309   (c. 166-159)   s day; the priest of [Aphrodite] and the goddess Ap
Philip_9.416   ilt from the business of Cypris, and betake me to the sea
Philip_16.177   G-P 72 } & On the Armed Aphrodite in Sparta Laughter-lovi
Philoch_203   yards, and a [temple of] Aphrodite, and five porticoes aro
Phld:Epigr_5.4   friend, learn now the rest of Aphrodite's secrets. [5.13]
Phld:Epigr_5.121   than in the girdle of Aphrodite, and she never refuses
Phld:Epigr_7.222   eally loved the rites of Cypris, and whose charms came nea
Phld:Epigr_10.21   & { G-P 15 } & Cypris of the Calm, lover of bridegroom
Phld:Epigr_11.30   five or nine times, now, Aphrodite, hardly manage once fro
Phld:Epigr_12.173   and Demo a girl who knows not Cypris yet. The one I touch
Plin:HN_35.26   pictures, an Ajax and an Aphrodite; he had also had small
Plin:HN_35.92   had also begun on another Aphrodite at Cos, which was to
Plin:HN_35.141   his Madness, Nealces an Aphrodite. This Nealces was a
Plin:HN_35.145   Medea of Timomachus and the Aphrodite of Apelles which we have
Plin:HN_36.16   in Greek is known as Aphrodite of the Gardens. Pheidias himself
Polyaen_2.4.3   to be the festival of Aphrodite, which the women celebr
Polyaen_5.18.1   were landing at the temple of Aphrodite. He attacked them
POxy_1380   commanding, many-shaped, Aphrodite; 10 & at Delta giver
PsCallisth_1.4   of a caerulean stone, Aphrodite of sapphires, Cronus
PsCallisth_1.12   son of heaven. For Aphrodite, goddess of marriage, mother
PsCallisth_1.46   wed the nymph Harmonia, Cypris' child, & The secret gift
SEG_18.343.A   (c. 85-25) temision and the temple of Aphrodite, and whenever there was
SEG_18.343.C   (c. 85-25) of one gold piece to Aphrodite, and two veils for the
SEG_23.547   (201/0)   on and [Ares and (?) Aphrodite and] Hermes Hēg
SEG_33.644   (c. 100-80) having served as priest of Aphrodite - the Romaia and the
SEG_39.1426   (238-221)   in the sanctuary of Aphrodite, and the other in [
SEG_48.1330   (c. 128-100)   er of our cares, you, Kypris, who bring close to us
SEG_54.1353   (209)   up in the shrine of Aphrodite in Timenenos and in
SEG_54.744   (c. 225-200) goat shall be offered to Aphrodite; in the middle of the
SEG_61.722.D   (111/0) and Artemis and Ares and Aphrodite 10 and Hermes and the
SelPap_1.37   thereto in the temple of Aphrodite called Hathur Nouem
SelPap_1.40   the street of Cleopatra Aphrodite, the 15 arurae which
SelPap_1.55   the street of Cleopatra Aphrodite, that neither they
SelPap_1.131   necklace, a coverlet, an Aphrodite, a cup, a large tin
SelPap_1.267A   (January 221) to the Syrian goddess and Aphrodite Berenice.  There was also a
SelPap_2.385   itants of the village of Aphrodite in the Antaeopolite
SelPap_2.396   inhabitants of the village of Aphrodite in the Antaeo
SelPap_3.108   who once beheld the golden Cyprian rising naked from the dark
Simonid_5.159   upon a time, dedicate to you, Cypris, these girdles and
Simonid_13.20   help of Hephaestus, to Aphrodite, having been vanquished
StephByz_70   Adonis, which has a statue of Aphrodite by Praxiteles.
Syll_375   (283/2)   e of the temple of Aphrodite Pandemos according to
Syll_712.D   to the old temple of Aphrodite and from there along the
Syll_760   (48) d descended from Ares and Aphrodite, and the common saviour
Syll_977   can build a shrine of Aphrodite using wood and stones and
THI_61   (early 2nd cent.)   n the torch race of Aphrodite, (?) from the fi
THI_68   (163-145)   temple of Paphian Aphrodite; and to celebrate his
THI_130   (310-280)   or a (?) piglet] to Aphrodite; [and at the] feast [
THI_156.A   (c. 196/5) concerning the priesthood of Aphrodite Pandamos - Kleinias son
THI_156.B   (c. 196/5)   . . . of Aphrodite Pontia . . . between
THI_157   (c. 160-130) she was sacred priestess of Aphrodite Xenia.
THI_160.B   in the temple 120 of Aphrodite.
THI_160.C   atue for the temple of Aphrodite Limenarchis, 10 upon receiving
THI_61.C   (early 2nd century)   ; In the torch race of Aphrodite, (?) from the firs
Vit:Arat_1   of the Solians, And may Cypris of the violet crown give


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