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  Artemis   - Greek goddess, the daughter of Zeus and Leto
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  + Artemises , Calliste
220/18 epiphany of the goddess Artemis at Magnesia.
220/19 are instructed to institute games in honour of Artemis Leucophryene.
208/19a of Magnesia inviolable because of the cult of Artemis Leucophryene.
206/6a talus recognising the status of the festival of Artemis at Magnesia.
190/2 sus hastily, to avoid any impropriety with the priestess of Artemis.
87/56 nts additional rights of asylum to the temple of Artemis at Ephesus.
45/74 Vatia grants privileges to the temple of Artemis at Hierocaesareia.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_3.6 ytho slain by Apollo and Artemis, because it appeared and
AnthPal_3.14 shot down by Apollo and Artemis for daring to assault the
Athen_04.130 were seen Cupids, and Artemises, and Pans, and Hermae,
Athen_04.168 Having three heads, like to Artemis' statue. Being enem
Athen_09.393 ds, and especially of Hera and Artemis. And accordingly
Athen_12.537 metimes he would imitate Artemis, whose dress he often wor
Athen_13.580 She said, "I swear by Artemis, had I known & How you
Athen_13.593 fled to the temple of Artemis, fled with him: and when
Athen_13.600 ction. And neither Artemis, who loved him exceedingly, nor
Athen_14.636 & The Tmolian goddess Artemis, who loves & The laurel
Athen_14.645 heesecake consecrated to Artemis, having figures of lighte
Athen_15.694 ght Phoebus, god of day. & And Artemis, mighty huntress,
Callim:Epigr_35 verlike. & [35] & Artemis, to thee Phileratis set up this
Callim:Epigr_63 Ortygia in the temple of Artemis, - that bow wherewith he
Inscr_110 (294-289)   cree in the temple of Artemis, so that all may know
Inscr_112 (c. 170)   ewal of it in the temple of Artemis Aptera. We have
Inscr_123 (c. 200)   asing the honours of] Artemis [Hiakynthotropos, and
Inscr_23 (late 2nd cent.)   dedicated to Apollo, Artemis, [and Leto?] by Lu
Inscr_42 (273)   rifices offered to Artemis and Apollo; and that the
Inscr_51 (277/6)   war, in the house of Artemis: An Etruscan censer,
Inscr_55 (c. 200)   ena as consecrated to Artemis Elitheia, with the
Inscr_56 (late 3rd cent.)   nt of the temple of Artemis Lochia {"of Chil
Inscr_66 (302-295)   him in the temple of Artemis, where] the rest of
Inscr_76 (c. 303)   n of Zeus and chaste Artemis, in response to a divi
Inscr_92 (215/4 or 174/3)   secrate] a stele to Artemis in Gasoros, wherever Pl
Joseph:AJ_12.354 a very rich temple of Artemis, and that it was full of
Joseph:AJ_12.358 plunder the temple of Artemis in Persia;" for the purpo
OGIS_10 (c. 285)   im [in the temple] of Artemis, and the essenes shal
OGIS_104 (167-145)   dedicated to Apollo, Artemis and Leto by Areios of
OGIS_18 (305-285)   icated to Artemis the Saviour, on be
OGIS_226 Chryso, hydrophoros of Artemis Pythia, the daughte
OGIS_235 (c. 203)   [dedicated this gateway to Artemis]. [B]   Zeu
OGIS_256 (129-117)   dedicated to Apollo, Artemis and Leto by Sosistr
OGIS_335 (150-133)   ds to] the shrine of Artemis Astyrene, as the st
OGIS_53 (c. 246)   ed to Apollo Hylates, Artemis Phosphoros, Artemis E
OGIS_55 (240)   ce in the temple of Artemis; and the cost arising f
OGIS_746 (197)   Leto and Apollo and Artemis, on account of the kins
OGIS_9 (c. 302/1)   ree] in the temple of Artemis, where the other gr
Paean:Delph_2 with him you, goddess Artemis, mistress of the Cretan
Plut:Arat_32 seated in the temple of Artemis, where the officer whose
Plut:Mor_183 he saw the Priestess of Artemis, that she was exceeding
Plut:Phoc_28 to secure the promontories of Artemis against strangers.
Polyaen_06.50.1 pillars of the temple of Artemis; and thereby to consecrat
Polyaen_08.11.1 festival in honour of Artemis, and giving way to banque
Polyaen_08.34.1 to seize a priestess of Artemis, as she was celebrating
Polyaen_08.39.1 ir; she was priestess of Artemis, which is an office of
Polyaen_08.52.1 retired to the temple of Artemis Hegemone, where Milon,
PsCallisth_1.46 ing nymphs. & Once Artemis, descending to this pool, & Bar
RC_5 rhyton, inscribed "of Artemis", weight 161 drachmas A
RC_53 (197-160)   the [precinct] . . . of Artemis. [For] thus [in
SEG_17.639 (c. 301-298)   ed in the [temple] of Artemis, and the names of the
SEG_28.1224 (282)   ples of Apollo and Artemis and Leto in the most
SEG_35.1080 (321/0)   en {neōkoros} of Artemis, as indicated by the
SEG_38.1476 (206/5)   city, gave birth to Artemis and Apollo in our ter
SelPap_2.262 advocate, said : Artemis has appeared before you two
SelPap_2.293 praefect, from Aurelia Artemis daughter of Paesius
Syll_352 (306-301)   ce of thanksgiving to Artemis, praying that for the
Syll_353 (302)   p in the sanctuary of Artemis, where the other aw
Syll_389 (282)   kos son of Drimakos, Dorion Artemis slave of Euth
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   sacrifice is made to Artemis [Agrotera], and at
Syll_486 (c. 234/3)   otted to be priest of Kalliste in the year when Ekp
Syll_487 (c. 234/3)   llo Prostaterios and Artemis Boulaia and the other
Syll_557 (after 208/7)   later, after Artemis Leukophryene manifested hersel
Syll_558 (c. 207/6)   ribed the epiphany of Artemis and the benefits best
Syll_559 (c. 207/6)   for those who revere Artemis Leukophryene and reco
Syll_560 (c. 207/6)   ibing the epiphany of Artemis and the assistance
Syll_561 (c. 207/6)   they are holding for Artemis Leukophryene; stating
Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   r years in honour of Artemis Leukophryene, the c
Syll_588 (190-180)   ans. I swear by Artemis [Leukophryene and] all [the
Syll_589 (190-180)   est and priestess of Artemis Leukophryene and the
Syll_599 (c. 196-192)   and in the temple of Artemis in Ephesos; and we
Syll_633 (c. 180)   Apollo Didymeus and Artemis and Leto and Athene and
Syll_671 (160/59)   Apollo and Leto and Artemis, and they shall manage
Syll_679 (190-140)   eir fatherland and to Artemis Leukophryene"; a
Syll_685 (112/1)   en {neōkoros} of Artemis Leukophryene Killos s
Timoth:Pers_139 ana. My great God, Artemis, over to Ephesus will protect.'
Vit:Theoc_1 fear, the festival of Artemis Caryatis was due to be


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