Hecate   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Hecate   - Greek goddess
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Aelian:NA_15.11   the anger of the goddess Hecate transformed it into this
AnthPal_16.6   rong spear, dedicated to Hecate of the roadside this booty
Athen_14.645   philus also mentions it in his Hecate. Philochorus [ Fr_86
Lucill_11.196   y's, enough to make even Hecate hang herself for envy if
Plin:HN_36.32   and so too is the Hecate in the precinct behind the
Plut:Mor_193   trophy, but a statue of Hecate, which they usually placed
Polyaen_8.43.1   Thessalian priestess of Hecate Enodia, and sent an embass
POxy_1380   dos name of the sun ; in Caria Hecate ; in the Troad and
RC_5   pattern, inscribed "of Hekate", weight 113 drachmas A
SEG_54.744   (c. 225-200) and a full-grown goat to Hekate Stratia.


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