Ganymedes   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ganymedes   - a Trojan abducted by Zeus; cup-bearer of the gods
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AnthPal_12.69   Zeus, with your former Ganymedes, and look from afar,
AntipThes_9.77   ortured by the beauty of Ganymedes, and with the soul-cons
Apollonid_16.49   a sun shines. * & Paris and Ganymedes. [16.50] & { G-P
Athen_6.248   ing no appetite), in his Ganymedes - & Sleep nourishes him
Athen_10.445   which Alcaeus has used, in his Ganymedes. And that a habit
Athen_13.566   hat the gods carried off Ganymedes to be the cupbearer of
Athen_13.601   was not Zeus who carried off Ganymedes, but Minos. But
Athen_13.602   chian Women, speaking of Ganymedes, says- & Inflaming with
Callim:Epigr_53   me, love. Yea, by Ganymedes of the fair locks, O Zeus in
Cic:Tusc_1.65   in Homer, who says that Ganymedes was carried away by the
Cic:Tusc_4.71   poets in their rape of Ganymedes, or not apprehend what Laius
DioscEpigr_12.37   uch more honeyed than those of Ganymedes. [12.42] & { G-P
ElegMaec_1.69   found you, fair priest {Ganymedes}, and carried you off
Julian:Caes_311   out, if he wants to keep Ganymedes for himself." Next ente
Lucill_11.88   Alluding to the story of Ganymedes, who was carried off
Meleager_12.65   still be he who stole Ganymedes in his prime so that
Meleager_12.133   the nectar-like kiss of Ganymedes, and is this the wine
Nicarch_11.330   when he ran away with Ganymedes, went up with him by thi
Nicarch_11.407   st as the eagle carried Ganymedes to the heavenly chamber
Oros_1.12   Tantalus most scandalously seized Ganymedes, the son of Tros,
Plin:HN_34.79   Leochares an Eagle carrying off Ganymedes in which the bird is

  Ganymedes 2   - a eunuch, commanding Egyptian forces in 47 B.C.
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47/3 killed by Arsinoe, who puts Ganymedes in command of the Egyptian arm


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