Centaur   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Centaur   - a hybrid creature, part human and part horse
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Aelian:NA_17.9   doubted that the race of Centaurs once existed, and that
Alcaeus_11.12   3 } & "Wine slew the Centaur" too, Epicrates, & not
Athen_6.240   Timocles, in his Centaur, or Dexamenus, says - & Calling
Athen_11.462   Titans and Giants nor of Centaurs, the fictions of men aforetime,
Athen_11.476   for example, says of the Centaurs : "And when the Pheres
Athen_11.499   in the cave of the Centaur Pholus a skyphion depas, equivalent
Athen_13.606   and the cock was nicknamed the Centaur. But this Secundus
Athen_13.608   spring. And in his Centaur, which is a drama composed in
Athen_14.613   rung: & Boundless the Centaur raged, till one and all
Athen_14.629   by Aristophanes in his Centaur, and by several other poe
Callim:Epigr_62   was the undoing of the Centaur? " 'Twas the destined sle
Cic:Tusc_1.90   no difference between a Hippocentaur, which never had existence,
Cic:Tusc_2.20   Never could the Centaur such a blow enforce,
Demetr:Eloc_187   as when a writer speaks of `a Centaur riding himself' (Sc
DiogLaert_7.53   take in the idea of a Centaur; opposition, when we turn
Euseb]:Chron_185   the Argonauts and the Centaurs occurred in his reign;
Nicand:Th_500   bears the name of the Centaur son of Cronus, and Chiron
Nicarch_11.1   the death even of the Centaurs." & Would it had been
Oros_1.13   Thessalians were themselves centaurs because, when their
Plin:HN_7.202   by the Thessalians called Centaurs, who dwelt along Mount
Plin:HN_33.155   some goblets engraved with Centaurs and Bacchants by Acragas
Plin:HN_36.18   depicted Combats of Lapiths and Centaurs. So truly did every detail
Plin:HN_36.33   In it are the 'Centaurs Carrying Nymphs' by Arcesilas,
Plut:Agis_1   era to his arms, and the Centaurs were the offspring of
Polyaen_1.3.1   to remove the race of Centaurs from Pelion, but he was
PsCallisth_1.21   of the Lapiths and the Centaurs, and the things that hap


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