Europa   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Europa   - sister of Cadmus; mother of Minos
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Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.48   wan for Leda, a bull for Europa, a satyr for Antiope, and
AnthPal_16.200   rnfield, lest I put you, Europa's bull, to the plough."
AntipSid_7.241   her hair and the broad home of Europa {Sidon} groaned alou
Athen_15.678   this garland the bones of Europa, whom they call Hellotis, are
Euseb]:Chron_185   gara. The deeds of Europa, Cadmus and the Sparti occurred
Meleager_9.453   king, became a bull to bear Europa across the sea. [12.

  Europa 2   - dauther of Philippus and Cleopatra, 4th century B.C.
Athen_13.557 daughter who was named Europa." Euripides the poet, also

  Europa 3   - a Roman province within Thrace
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Festus:Brev.9 Scythia, Rhodope, and Europa, in which now have been
Just_7.1 vereignty in a district called Europa. But Caranus, accom

  Europa   - in documents
AntipThes_5.109 You can have the Attic Europa for a drachma with none


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