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  Hera   - Greek goddess, wife of Zeus
Wikipedia entry
293/6 nice falls in love with Combabus, while dedicating a temple to Hera.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_3.18 ydippe, the priestess of Hera at Argos, to sacrifice, by
Athen_02.39 to Zeus, & And chat to Hera not of love; & And oftenti
Athen_05.201 when he was pursued by Hera, having on a golden crown,
Athen_06.262 when the citizens sacrifice to Hera. For Macareus says,
Athen_09.393 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_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_14.655 the Temple of the Samian Hera, says: "The peacocks are sac
CIL_1.1638 ius, and Cornelia, daughter of Hera, freedwoman of Qui
Diog_Laert_07.147 (eis aithera). And Hera, on account of his extension throu
Diog_Laert_07.187 the story of Zeus and Hera very indecently, devoting
THI_105 (c. 200)   ent at the festival of Hera and other festivals sha
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
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
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 . .
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_01.23.2 crifice in the temple of Hera, they were attended by a pro
Polyaen_06.45.1 festival in honour of Hera, which should have been cele
Polyaen_07.22.1 osen from among the priests of Hera. Cosingas, according
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
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
Vit:Lycoph_1 rsinoe became "violet of Hera" (ion Eras), and other simil

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