Castor   - in ancient sources @

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  Castor   - son of Zeus and Leda; one of the Dioscuri
Wikipedia entry
117/11 The temple of Castor and Pollux is restored by Metellus Delmaticus.
106/17 the dedication of walls at Capua, to Ceres and to Castor and Pollux.
80/26 kes over responsibility for the maintenance of the temple of Castor.
74/30 es, especially the temple of Castor, which has devolved to a boy call
58/6 forms an armed gang of slaves, and occupies the temple of Castor.
    Within translations:
GranLic_2 Italy with the cult of Castor, who is shown holding [two
Just_42.3 phistratus, the charioteers of Castor and Pollux, to be
Ovid:Cons_283 the Ledaean brothers {Castor and Pollux}, concordant
Plut:Mor_189 solently towards him, By Castor and Polydeuces, said he,
PsCallisth_1.42 Rich Lycus followed and then Castor came. & His son was

  Castor 2   of Rhodes - a grammarian of the 1st century B.C.; author of a chronicle
Wikipedia entry
61/36 The end of the list of consuls in the chronicle of Castor.
61/37 summary of the life and writings of Castor of Rhodes.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_79 of Damascus, Timagenes, Castor the chronicler, and Apollo
Euseb]:Chron_53 riter [to mention them]: Castor, in the first book of the
Euseb]:Chron_173 The chronographer Castor lists the dates of the Sicyonian
Euseb]:Chron_177 from the ancient histories. Castor mentions them in the
Euseb]:Chron_181 any earlier kings. Castor explained this in the summary
Euseb]:Chron_183 a complete end. That is what Castor wrote. Now we will
Euseb]:Chron_265 from the six books of Castor, containing an account of
Euseb]:Chron_295 ount in the chronicle of Castor, where he gives a summary

  Castor 3   - son-in-law of Deiotarus, 1st century B.C.
43/129 Deiotarus kills his son-in-law Castor.
    Within translations:
CIL_6.40959 . he dedicated a temple [to Castor] . . . from the
CIL_1.1443 keepers of the temple of Castor and Pollux, by decre
CIL_1.569 iii) Another casket, depicting Castor, Pollux, a dw
CIL_1.680 marble statues of Castor and Pollux; likewise the pur
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   se-Rider}, Hercules Victor, Castor, Pollux, Came
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   The temple of [Castor and] Pollux was dedicated on

  Castor   - in documents
OGIS_188 (? 89)   behalf of Kastor, the kinsman and idiologos
OGIS_189 (? 89)   hon, the colleague of Kastor, the kinsman and idiol

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