Hecabe - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Hecuba) - the wife of Priamus
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Fates decreed tears for Hecabe and the Trojan women even
lyxena, thus did Cissean Hecabe &bewail the murder of her
is, as old as a crow and Hecuba put together, grandmother
had a great many women, and Hecabe was not indignant.
at that very time, did Hecuba
him, as he imagines; but Hecuba bewails this as a sore
her grief. But they imagine Hecuba to have been converted into
my Zopyrion was born to me by Hecuba. And finally I, Eras
ouge and paste will never turn Hecuba into Helen. [11.433]
of a chaste woman, like Hecuba, "taking care that she
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