Graces   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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Aelian:NA_12.6   say, the Muses and the Graces are alien care nothing for
Alcaeus_7.1   vers the star of the Muses and Graces. * & The riddle whic
Alcaeus_16.7   touch with the deathless Graces, piped the mournful Trojan
AnthPal_5.122   ing from the bath of the Graces, do not hang around the
AnthPal_6.144   her the beautiful-haired Graces were heedless of it, nor
AnthPal_6.267   Artemis, let the Graces too race over this grove, treadi
AnthPal_6.273   bow in the bosom of the Graces, wash you clean in Inopus,
AnthPal_6.292   osial blossom of the Loves and Graces. Therefore to Priapu
AnthPal_7.22   ction that the Muses and Graces in common bestowed on the
AnthPal_7.199   Bird, nursling of the Graces, who didst modulate your
AnthPal_7.219   culled the lilies of the Graces, no longer looks on the
AnthPal_7.416   es, who mixed the sweet-spoken Graces with Love and the
AnthPal_7.718   appho, the flower of the Graces, say that the Locrian land
AnthPal_7.733   in life the priestess of the Graces and Anaxo served Dem
AnthPal_9.187   honey to your lips ; the Graces themselves bestowed their
AnthPal_9.515   nymous & { F 14 } & The Graces are three, and you are one
AnthPal_11.27   which the triple band of Graces knead for Bacchus the clay
AnthPal_11.32   eading the revels of the Graces, instituted in thee, Sicyo
AnthPal_12.38   H 1 } & The Hours and Graces shed sweet oil on you, and
AnthPal_12.107   onymous & { H 24 } & Ye Graces, if lovely Dionysius' choi
AnthPal_12.121   leonicus, did the bright Graces meet you walking in a narr
AnthPal_12.142   Love, and you blooming Graces, would wish to be even a
AnthPal_13.28   in the chariot of the Graces, who established for him
Athen_4.163   who never sacrificed to the Graces, nor even to the Mus
Athen_12.519   the same thing in his Graces:- & For is it not, I pray
Athen_13.564   hair, & Whose voice the Graces tune, & True flower of lov
Athen_13.597   Musaeus, master of the Graces, cause Antiope to go witho
Athen_15.682     Then did the Graces, and the smiling Hours,
Athen_15.702   flourish and shine in the Graces' discourse;
Callim:Epigr_34   ands. But, for the Graces' sake, Menippus, tell not "my
Callim:Epigr_52   etes. Four are the Graces ; for beside those three another
Crinag_9.239   fer the work of the inimitable Graces. We come on her fest
Crinag_9.513   one of the Muses or one of the Graces, wrote. [9.516] &
Joseph:AJ_14.153   mple of Demus and of the Graces; and that this present of
Julian:Caes_308   and is the giver of the Graces, Silenus diverted the god
Julian:Caes_309   charms of Aphrodite and the Graces. Moreover in the gla
LeonTar_7.440   tes to the flaxen-haired Graces ; much is his memory treas
LeonTar_7.726   lved in company with the Graces that long task of Pallas,
Meleager_5.137   ris and one for Heliodora, the Grace sweet of speech. For
Meleager_5.140   eignty of the Loves, since the Graces three gave you three
Meleager_5.148   will surpass by her graces the Graces themselves. [5.149]
Meleager_5.149   to me one of the three Graces ? He really did a graceful
Meleager_5.195   195] & { G-P 39 } & The Graces three wove a triple crown
Meleager_5.196   ypris charmed her bed, and the Graces gave her grace. [5.1
Meleager_7.417-421 *   the Muses ran abreast of the Graces of Menippus. & If
Meleager_9.16   G-P 74 } & The Graces are three, and three are the swe
Meleager_12.95   breathed Peitho, and the Graces that gather a nosegay of
Meleager_12.122   { G-P 85 } & O Graces, looking straight on lovely Aris
Philoch_224   cated the statues of the Graces}, which still exist, when
Plin:HN_35.141   Sappho, Nearchus Aphrodite among the Graces and the Cupids, and a
Plin:HN_36.32   highly esteemed, too, are the Graces in the Propylaeum at Athens.
Schol:Theoc_16   which has as its title "The Graces" [or "The Favours"].
SEG_39.1243.v   (c. 130-110) to the altar of the Graces ; what is stated in
Simonid_7.25   lads tunes breathing of the Graces, breathing of Love.
Syll_536   (211/0)   ple {Demos} and the Graces; therefore with good f
THI_203   (122/1) of Demos and the Charites, and the exēgētai in


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