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  Hera   - Greek goddess, wife of Zeus
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293/6 nice falls in love with Combabus, while dedicating a temple to Hera.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_7.15   birth, the daughters of Hera, why, when we recall calamit
Aelian:NA_9.65   et, nor would the priestess of Hera at Argos. The reasons
Aelian:NA_10.22   the vulture is sacred to Hera, and deck the head of Isis
Aelian:NA_11.16   ted, and nearby is a shrine to Hera of Argolis. And in the
Aelian:NA_12.4   ermes, the wide-wing, of Hera, and the buzzard, as it is
Aelian:NA_12.7   at the bidding of Queen Hera.' Let us however relegate
Aelian:NA_12.30   marriage with Zeus Hera bathed herself there, so the Syria
Aelian:NA_12.40   Samos* dedicated a sheep to Hera. The first story is
Aelian:NA_15.29   It was especially Hera, Athena, Artemis, and Aphrodite
Aelian:NA_17.46   celebrate as the daughter of Hera. Now they say that in
AnthPal_3.18   ydippe, the priestess of Hera at Argos, to sacrifice, by
AnthPal_5.94   & { F 13} & You have Hera's eyes, Melite, and Athena's
AnthPal_6.133   Alcibia dedicated to Hera the holy veil of her hair,
AnthPal_6.243   DIODORUS & { Ph 3 } & "Hera, who watch over Samos and
AnthPal_6.265   265] NOSSIS & { H 3 } & Hera revered, who often descendin
AnthPal_7.169   by the heavy wrath of Hera; but I here am a dead Atheni
AnthPal_7.188   at the feast, nor did Hera who links man and wife come
AnthPal_7.473   triennial festivals of Hera, was dead, refused to live
AnthPal_9.189   sanctuary of bull-faced Hera, there to dance a lovely mea
AnthPal_9.248   ants of the tragic Muse, Hera, the consort of Zeus, would
AnthPal_13.5   emean grove and by the home of Hera. * & i.e. in the Hera
AnthPal_16.216   14 } & On a Statue of Hera Polycleitus of Argos, who
AntipSid_16.178   locks. Athena and Hera themselves will now say, "No longe
AntipThes_9.77   & { G-P 111 } & Hera, tortured by the beauty of Ganymed
AntipThes_9.238   478 }. Not even Hera will be displeased with this bronz
AntipThes_9.408   Delos, once so revered ! Hera has taken this late but terr
Archias_16.94   pelt, appeasing the spite of Hera who hates her lord's
Athen_2.39   to Zeus, & And chat to Hera not of love; & And oftenti
Athen_5.201   when he was pursued by Hera, having on a golden crown,
Athen_6.262   when the citizens sacrifice to Hera. For Macareus says,
Athen_9.393   really gods, and especially of Hera and Artemis. And accor
Athen_10.440   by his mother-in-law, Hera; on which account he sent
Athen_11.480   In the old temple of Hera there are thirty silver saucers,
Athen_12.521   thought that they saw Hera coming into the midst of the
Athen_12.525   the most holy spot of Hera's temple, & Clad in magnific
Athen_12.541   nium, at the festival of Hera, at which all the Italians
Athen_14.639   they sacrifice to Hera, the slaves do not come to the ent
Athen_14.655   the Temple of the Samian Hera, says: "The peacocks are sac
Athen_15.672   there, when a vision of Hera had appeared to her, she
Athen_15.678   place on the head of Hera, as Pamphilus relates.
CIL_1.1638   ius, and Cornelia, daughter of Hera, freedwoman of Qui
Crinag_6.244   Drusus Germanicus. Hera, mother of the Eleithyiae, and you
DiogLaert_7.147   (eis aithera). And Hera, on account of his extension throu
DiogLaert_7.187   the story of Zeus and Hera very indecently, devoting
DioscEpigr_7.351   either in the streets or in Hera's great precinct. &
Joseph:BJ_1.414   of Rome was equal to that of Hera at Argos. So he dedica
Julian:Caes_308   the mother and daughter, [308] Hera beside Zeus and Rhea
Nicand:Al_610   ctynna abhors, and which Hera of the Imbrasus alone receiv
Nicand:Th_460   are Hebrus, the river of Hera of Rhescynthium, and the snow-crested
OGIS_111   (152-145)   on-Chnoubis and to Hera-Satis and to Hestia-Anoukis
OGIS_168   (115)   ce] to the greatest goddess Hera Teleia [and to . .
Philip_9.240   cause he remembers Hera's cruelty that Heracles pities chi
Philip_16.104   Statue of Heracles So Hera, then, wished for this to
Plin:HN_34.73   Baton an Apollo and a Hera, both now in the Temple
Plut:Agis_1   took a cloud instead of Hera to his arms, and the Centaur
Plut:Arat_21-24 *   the city near the temple of Hera. It was then about
Plut:Cleom_26   to demand the keys of Hera's temple, that he might sacr
Plut:Demetr_25   that time the feasts of Hera came on at Argos, and Demetr
Polyaen_1.23.2   crifice in the temple of Hera, they were attended by a pro
Polyaen_6.45.1   festival in honour of Hera, which should have been cele
Polyaen_7.22.1   osen from among the priests of Hera. Cosingas, according
POxy_1380   every country ; at Es . . . Hera, divine ; at . . . ;
PsCallisth_1.33   it was the shrine of Zeus and Hera. There too he saw the
PsCallisth_1.46   you see, erected high, & Is Hera's. There the robe wrac
PsCallisth_3.26   by our father Zeus and Hera and Ares and Athena, bringer
SEG_23.547   (201/0)   (?) Tallaios and (?) Hera] and Poseidon and [Ares a
SEG_36.330   (330-300) Nemea, and in the of Hera. The words 'the people of
SEG_61.722.D   (111/0) datas and Zeus Tallaios and Hera and Poseidon and Athena Poli
SelPap_2.405   ciates, priests of Zeus, Hera, Atargatis, Core, Diony
Simonid_6.341   fishy Bosporus, dedicated to Hera this memorial of the
Syll_312   (321)   ced in the temple of Hera; and the steward shall a
Syll_472   (c. 240)   I swear by Zeus of Ithome, Hera . . . and all the
Syll_644   (c. 172)   Nemea and of Argive Hera, and they shall have pri
Syll_653   (c. 165)   ean Zeus and Argive Hera the city of Messene, with
THI_44   (c. 315-307)   place [in the temple of Hera]. [J] {2, B, back}
THI_88   (306-301)   in the sanctuary of Hera, and the other one, when
THI_89   (321-319)   leon in the temple of Hera, and [to crown] him with
THI_92   (321-311)   he bronze   for Hera, which I would send to th
THI_105   (c. 200)   ent at the festival of Hera and other festivals sha
THI_130   (310-280)   uch of] Herakles and [Hera and (?) Hebe] on the fir
THI_137.G   (c. 100) . . . to [ Hera ] Teleia . . .
THI_175.A   to Olympian [Zeus] 260 and Hera and Athena Polias and Pan
THI_175.E   to Olympian Zeus and to Hera,
THI_190   (c. 306) placed in the temple of Hera; and the secretary of the
Vit:Lycoph_1   rsinoe became "violet of Hera" (ion Eras), and other simil


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