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  Hades   - the Greek underworld
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Lucian,- LUCIAN, The Descent into Hades - Menippus
    Within translations:
2Macc_6   ling them to send him to Hades. 24 "Such pretence is not
Aelian:NA_2.3   not only on earth but also in Hades, as Homer tells us
Alcaeus_7.412   you went down the iron road of Hades. * & A celebrated act
Alcaeus_11.12   Send him right quickly from Hades the same draught. *
AnthPal_3.8   et. [8] Ulysses in Hades questioning his mother Anticlea
AnthPal_5.100   him know that Zeus and Hades and the Lord of the Sea wer
AnthPal_5.129   she resurrects the club from Hades. [130] MACCIUS & {
AnthPal_6.254   about to drag down to Hades limp Statyllius, the effemi
AnthPal_6.297   have gone down curved to Hades), his toothless rake, a pie
AnthPal_7.41   ne, even in the house of Hades, Callimachus, dearest compa
AnthPal_7.188   rches. Black-robed Hades burst in and by him the fell Erin
AnthPal_7.189   flown to the meadows of Hades and the dewy flowers of gol
AnthPal_7.239   if Phoebus be true. Not even Hades can lay hand on the
AnthPal_7.268   and take it with him to Hades, and let Minos see him wear
AnthPal_7.305   self, came to relentless Hades in his own ship ; for the
AnthPal_7.315   no genuine dead man even in Hades. & * & I cannot be
AnthPal_7.365   row the boat of the dead to Hades . . . reach out your
AnthPal_7.381   cleides to his living and into Hades. It fed him by his
AnthPal_7.386   Great wealth for Hades was the number of my children -
AnthPal_7.391   block all the roads of Hades, and be bolted, you entranc
AnthPal_7.393   the surf-beaten land : even in Hades it knows me. If it
AnthPal_7.420   ver, were ye not so, had Hades, who brings our strength
AnthPal_7.444   Yet readily can Hades distinguish each of them in the
AnthPal_7.462   ear her time has been taken by Hades. The earth of Sidon
AnthPal_7.477   where the road is the same to Hades. [478] Leonidas &rarr
AnthPal_7.483   Anonymous & { H 47 } & Hades, inexorable and unbending,
AnthPal_7.539   in the many-oared galley, to Hades. Alas for Aristodice
AnthPal_7.545-547 *   tus, descended to the house of Hades, the gatherer of peop
AnthPal_7.624   er, ferrier of men to blackest Hades, you who have engulfe
AnthPal_7.627   down the baneful road of Hades; and sorely have you afflic
AnthPal_7.712   bewept pillar, say to Hades who dwells below "Hades,
AnthPal_7.727   man has in fame, for in Hades Thersites is as highly hono
AnthPal_7.729   one babe brought down to Hades so much happiness, and it
AnthPal_9.53   here was a scarcity of dead in Hades. [54] MENECRATES &
AnthPal_9.61   rit : " Away with you to Hades, alien offspring of Sparta
AnthPal_9.95   blush for yourselves in Hades, learning from a hen what
AnthPal_9.145   cynic, on his arrival in Hades, after his wise old age was
AnthPal_9.157   that we see is not the work of Hades or of Ares, but the
AnthPal_9.158   fun, who first should go to Hades. Thrice they threw
AnthPal_9.245   ale at her bitter bridal stood Hades, not Hymen. For, as
AnthPal_9.279   for the second time, & Hades received from the bark of
AnthPal_9.348   the stealer of grapes, ran to Hades whipped with a stolen
AnthPal_9.390   breasts, you are toiling for Hades. With less trouble
AnthPal_10.3   90 } & The way down to Hades is straight, whether you
AnthPal_16.30   der of Zeus, Zeus who in Hades again destroys me and strik
Antiphil_7.399   sons have been built, for even Hades ends not their strife
Antiphil_7.622   oney. He fell into Hades, grasping, at the cost of his lif
Antiphil_7.634   ; for he was ripe for Hades, and old age was on the loo
Antiphil_7.635   ead, and travelled with him to Hades. & * & cp. Nos. 305,
Antiphil_9.242   that the old man might sail to Hades in his own boat. [9.2
AntipSid_7.241   princes are not led by Hades to his house, but by Zeus
AntipSid_7.423   do us who are gone to Hades the favour to bid us hail
AntipSid_7.464   orian land pitied you in Hades and questioned you concerni
AntipThes_7.65   ; for he of Sinope, even in Hades, hates every mean man
AntipThes_7.367   unwilling Hymen lit or willing Hades. [7.369] & { G-P 49
AntipThes_7.692   unvanquished hands, and Hades, who conquers all, has thro
AntipThes_9.23   his last and gliding to Hades, spoke thus to his sons :
AntipThes_9.96   already on his road to Hades, spoke thus to his daughter
AntipThes_9.112   estor, and even Nestor went to Hades. [9.143] & { G-P 93
AntipThes_9.792   explored the house of Hades, and I am copied from him
AntipThes_11.23   one road down to Hades for all, and if mine is quicker,
Anyte_7.190   girlish tears ; for inexorable Hades hath carried off her
Anyte_7.492   such a wedding, but we made Hades our guardian. & *
Apollonid_7.180   around slid and covered me. Hades is not grievous to
Archias_7.68   the Cynic O boatman of Hades, conveyor of the dead, deli
Archias_7.213   the unforeseen pit of Hades hides you vanquished by the
Archias_7.278   my ears. Not even Hades gave me rest from trouble, since
Asclepiad_5.85   purpose ? When you go to Hades you will find none to love
Athen_8.351   reated by him go down to Hades the very day they came to
Athen_12.551   poets on earth down to Hades to the poets there, and his
Athen_13.597   the lyre, brought back from Hades, even the Thracian
Athen_14.633   & The only men who in Hades below & Can feel the bliss
Athen_15.684     Grim Hades chooses for his royal garland.
Athen_15.697   dead, and settlers in dark Hades' realms;
Bianor_7.396   quarrel. Not even Hades subdued them, and by Acheron they
Bianor_7.644   till it brings you to Hades ? [7.671] & { G-P 5 } &
Callim:Epigr_2   ales live still, whereon Hades, snatcher of all things,
Callim:Epigr_5   there are more of you in Hades." & [6] & & On a nautilus
Callim:Epigr_12   imarchus in the house of Hades to learn aught of the soul,
Callim:Epigr_15   a [Pellaean] copper in Hades." & [16] & Who knows arigh
Callim:Epigr_25   leapt from a lofty wall into Hades. No evil had he seen
Callim:Hec_278   there is a way down to Hades, which Demeter came to and
Crinag_7.633   lene, going down dead to murky Hades. On her she had besto
Crinag_7.643   7.643] & { G-P 19 } & O Hades the inexorable, you have
Crinag_9.81   gone to rest in Hades, and now his dead body has come
DiogLaert_7.176   Cleanthes, but praise Hades more; & Who could not bear
DiogLaert_10.16   beneath the cold embrace of Hades. Such was the life
DiogLaert_10.126   with quickness to the gates of Hades. [127] For if this
DioscEpigr_7.178   me, I am yours, O master, in Hades too. [7.229] & { G-P
LeonTar_7.13   ring the flowers of the Muses, Hades carried her off to
LeonTar_7.19   rew off his burden and went to Hades. * & The last couple
LeonTar_7.67   enes Mournful servant of Hades, who traverse in your dark
LeonTar_7.190   girlish tears ; for inexorable Hades hath carried off her
LeonTar_7.264   like me to the haven of Hades, blame not the inhospitable
LeonTar_7.283   pped in the evil mist of Hades I might not be near to you
LeonTar_7.408   re, have power to hurt even in Hades. [7.422] & { G-P 22
LeonTar_7.452   nk, we all end in the haven of Hades. [7.455] & { G-P 68
LeonTar_7.466   to the shadowy house of Hades ! Nor dawn nor the rays of
LeonTar_7.472   will be the time to come in Hades. What is the portion
LeonTar_7.472b   come to the haven, to Hades, as I, Pheidon the son of
LeonTar_7.662   & The girl is gone to Hades before her time in her seve
LeonTar_7.731   a stake ; Death calls me to Hades. Stop not your ears,
LeonTar_16.307   the path that leads to Hades, for it is not hard to foll
Lucill_9.574   this distraught life I went to Hades. [10.122] & { ? 136
Lucill_11.92   finally going down to Hades just as he was when alive
Lucill_11.116   Heracles to the house of Hades ; but now Menophanes the
Lucill_11.133   chides is established in Hades too? [11.134] & { F 43 }
Lucill_11.281   When Magnus went down to Hades, Pluto trembled and said
MArgent_7.364   for the songster was seized by Hades and the other by Pers
MArgent_11.28   eanthes and Zenon went to deep Hades. [11.320] & { G-P 34
Meleager_7.13   ring the flowers of the Muses, Hades carried her off to
Meleager_7.182   dead on her downward way to Hades. [7.195] & { G-P 12
Meleager_7.352   ear by the right hand of Hades and the dark couch of Perse
Meleager_7.468   offer you, a woeful gift, to Hades. Even the very stones
Meleager_7.470   own will I came to Hades, having drunk of the Cean cup."
Meleager_7.476   earth I send to you in Hades, Heliodora - tears painful
Meleager_16.213   that avail me ? For even Hades himself, who overcomes all
Nicand:Al_10   of the Wise Counsellor {Hades} whence few escape, and the
Nicand:Al_190   ooning, and his spirit beholds Hades. Give the patient his
Nicarch_5.39   What care I if I go to Hades with gouty legs or in train
Nicarch_11.116   Heracles to the house of Hades ; but now Menophanes the
Nicarch_11.330   ill it take you to reach Hades ? You are not wanting in
Philip_7.186   wife. O tearful Hades, why did you divorce the bridegro
Philip_7.187   of maiden Melite. Hades, was your judgement righteous ?
Philip_7.362   To the house of Hades went his body, but his soul in
Philip_7.382   am shipwrecked even in Hades, and not even on land shall
Philip_7.405   wasp, who not even in Hades has lulled his spite to res
Philip_9.290   ant ship was drifting to Hades, Lysistratus called on the
Philip_9.293   and I shall go even to Hades as a Spartan." [9.299] &
Phlegon:Mir_4   army gone to the land of Hades, & For already Zeus Cronide
SEG_54.1442   (c. 255)   ainst them, sending them to Hades . . . Attalus' ho
SelPap_3.109   He gave the murderer to Hades and died, as a good
Simonid_7.25   lightful as honey, and even in Hades he has not laid that
Simonid_7.251   ings them up from the house of Hades. & * & This is proba
Theodorid_7.439   low, the spoil of sombre Hades ! [7.479] & { G-P 16 } &
Theodorid_7.529   Daring leads a man to Hades and to heaven ; daring laid
Theodorid_7.732   pay the debt you owe to Hades, in your old age but bringi
THI_191.B   (late 2nd century) so I sadly moan in Hades, to which I have brought


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