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  Cronus   - Greek god; son of Uranus and father of Zeus
Wikipedia entry
Alcaeus_12.64 under the steep hill of Cronos & Peithenor, the second
AnthPal_16.237 everyone, even if he be Cronus, so little distinction do
AnthPal_9.775 ante has made the son of Cronus a Satyr, and he rushes to
AnthPal_9.786 king of the immortals himself, Cronus' son. & * & From
AntipThes_6.249 candle, the rush lamp of Cronus, & formed of the pith hel
AntipThes_9.238 eyes and head of the son of Cronos are glorious { Homer
Athen_13.581 on the feast of Cronus he beheld & Gnathaenion with Gna
Euseb]:Chron_19 the story is told. Cronus (whom they call the father of
Euseb]:Chron_23 Titan made war against Cronus." That is what Polyhi
Euseb]:Chron_31 uding Sisuthrus, to whom Cronus foretold that there would
Euseb]:Chron_33 Afterwards a war arose between Cronus and Titan. [p35] The
Euseb]:Chron_133 [(?)Agathodaemon; then] Cronus; then Osiris; then Typhon
Euseb]:Chron_283 that Picus the son of Cronus was the first king in the
Julian:Caes_307 rior gods. That of Cronus was made of gleaming ebony, whic
Julian:Caes_308 beside Zeus and Rhea beside Cronus. As for the beauty
Julian:Caes_317 silence that followed, Cronus turned to Zeus and said
Julian:Caes_335 himself closely to Zeus and Cronus. Caesar wandered abo
Lucill_6.164 the Depths, the son of Cronus, and to the Samothracian
Meleager_7.421 you swift-footed Cronus; on the contrary, he is as old
Meleager_9.453 plougher, son of Cronus ; for you yourself, O king, beca
Phylarch_33 enter the temple dedicated to Cronus. Book 19 [34] & Athe
Plut:Mor_175 sacrifice their children to Cronus. & He often marched
PsCallisth_1.4 Aphrodite of sapphires, Cronus of serpentine, the horosco
PsCallisth_1.12 trols the horoscope, and Cronus {Saturn} who was plotted
PsCallisth_1.33 the words, and the son of King Cronus raising his eyebrows
SEG_48.1330 (c. 128-100)   shrine of Gaia, when Kronos of the crooked coun
SelPap_2.353 Soknebtunis also called Cronus and the most great ass
SelPap_2.359 festival on the birthday of Cronus the most great

Cronussee Diodorus7

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