Hector   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Hector   - son of Priamus; leader of the Trojans against the Greeks
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[Longin]:Subl_27     Hector lifted his voice and cried
Aelian:NA_6.6   Il. 12. 49] ' Thus Hector passing through the throng implo
Aelian:NA_6.50   endant of Zeus, redeemed Hector from the man who was also
AnthPal_7.138   MMATICUS & { F 1 } & On Hector Hector, constant theme of
AnthPal_7.139   lexander of Macedon With Hector perished Troy and no longe
AnthPal_9.97   battle-toil of Ajax, and Hector bound to the chariot and
AnthPal_9.117   "Once you dragged dead Hector tied to your chariot wheel
AnthPal_9.387   HADRIAN) & { F 3 } & Hector of the race of Ares, if
Antiphil_9.192   chilles and the deeds of Hector's hands, and all the strug
AntipSid_7.2   for the ships, and of Hector his flesh stripped from
Archias_7.140   { G-P 15 } & On Hector Tell, O column, the parentage
Athen_6.236   was a beloved guest of Hector [ Il_17'575 ] - & There
Athen_10.438   & Since we have slain great Hector. . . But on the next
Athen_14.660   & Two heralds, sent by Hector, invite & Trojan Priam
Athen_15.687     But Hector's heart within his bosom shook.
Athen_15.688   anoints the dead body of Hector with ambrosial rosy oil; and
Cic:Tusc_1.105   full of errors. Achilles drags Hector, tied to his chariot; he
Cic:Tusc_2.39   Where Hector's fortune pressed our yielding
Cic:Tusc_3.44   I, Hector, once so great, now claim
Cic:Tusc_4.17   as when Agamemnon grieves at Hector's success; but where anyone, who
Cic:Tusc_4.49   in Homer advancing to meet Hector in battle cheerfully, without any
Cic:Tusc_4.67   may; for the joy of Hector in Naevius is one thing
Demetr:Eloc_48   And Aias the mighty at Hector the brazen-helmed evermore
Demetr:Eloc_105   And Aias the mighty at Hector the brazen-helmed evermore
Euseb]:Chron_63   Now even my son Hector has been killed, along with many
Julian:Caes_331   you were lying like Homer's Hector in a swoon and at
Julian:Mis_344   sons, nay not even to Hector himself [345] (though he
Julian:Mis_345   roy were wont to pray to Hector as a god); but in his poem
Just_17.3   Andromache the widow of Hector in marriage, after she had
Ovid:Cons_429   skiff. [3.429] For Hector all his many brothers, all his
Plin:HN_7.165   of such diverse fates as Hector and Polydamas were born on
Plut:Arat_3   Lacedaemonian youth the great Hector. Myrsilus informs
PsCallisth_1.42   lium and offered sacrifices to Hector, Achilles, and the


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