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  Heracles   - Greek hero; son of Zeus and Alcmene
Wikipedia entry
  + Alcides , Heraclean , Herculean , Hercules
246/20 Ptolemy pays for a new temple of Heracles at Heracleia.
179/8 Philippus dedicates to Heracles a bull which he killed while hunting.
148/9c Inscr_40, the inscription on a statue of Heracles at Behistun.
142/14 Scipio dedicates a temple to Hercules.
140/20 CIL_632, a dedication by L.Munius to Hercules at Reate.
80/8 dedication to Hercules in the Circus.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_1 tale. Nay, more : Alcides, who was to mount as a god to
AnthPal_3.2 myself the dear son of Heracles, set foot on this Teuthr
AnthPal_3.13 his mother. [13] Heracles leading his mother Alcmene to
Apollod:Fr_73 his ancestors back to Heracles and Asclepius, being in
Athen_04.153 feast in the temple of Hercules, when a general who is
Athen_05.215 to say, the priest of Heracles, did not lay down his
Athen_05.221 hung up in the temple of Hercules, in which the generals
Athen_06.234 sarges, in the temple of Heracles, there is a pillar on
Athen_06.239 This city honours Heracles exceedingly, & And sacrifices
Athen_06.242 Semidalis. & (B) & Heracles! & This is a list of dishes,
Athen_06.245 ong," said he; "for even Heracles went from Omphale to Heb
Athen_06.248 ;τος) Heracles there? And Pherecrates,
Athen_06.260 Athens at the temple of Heracles in Diomeia, and who say
Athen_07.289 one wearing the dress of Heracles, and being called Heracl
Athen_08.338 ttle-fish first. O Heracles! & They've dirtied every place
Athen_10.421 Diphilus, in his Heracles, speaking of some similar kind
Athen_10.441 on this account: "When Heracles was in the district of
Athen_10.442 And he introduces Heracles as saying- & (A) & For how in
Athen_11.494 wine, and bring it to Heracles; and they call this cup
Athen_12.536 from the ancient race of Heracles." [51.] "Pharax the Lace
Athen_12.543 when he was painting the Heracles at Lindus, that the god
Athen_12.553 & (B) & O mighty Heracles ! & (A) & And with Megallian
Athen_13.556 Il_7'467 ]." [4.] But Heracles is the man who appears
Athen_13.560 iage with Cleopatra; and Heracles was ruined by his marria
Athen_13.561 with those of Hermes and Heracles - the one of whom is the
Athen_13.587 nder, in his False Heracles, says- & Did he not try to whe
Athen_13.603 was a great favourite of Heracles, on which account he wil
Athen_14.638 axandrides, in his Heracles, says- & For he appears a real
Athen_14.656 says, with reference to Heracles- & Immediately he caught
Athen_15.696 Zeus' mighty son, great Heracles, & Forsook a life of eas
Callim:Epigr_36 fe. & [36] & & An offering to Heracles. To thee, O Lord,
CIL_1.30 sons of Novius, gave this to Hercules. CIL_1 .31 L
CIL_1.61 us, bestowed this as a gift on Hercules. CIL_1 .60 L
CIL_1.62 this gift deservedly on Hercules; in the same term
CIL_1.1482 ibur, now lost. To Hercules from Gaius Antestius, cen
CIL_1.1531 deservedly a gift upon Hercules, having set aside a
CIL_1.1617 eoli. Lost? [a] To Hercules a sacred offering made by
CIL_1.1805 a further gift deservedly on Hercules, after dedica
CIL_1.1815 at Avezzano. To Hercules, bestowed as a gift by Afr
CIL_1.2486 boy bestowed this as a gift on Hercules. Favours were
CIL_1.2504 ntended this offering to Hercules, and likewise perfo
CIL_1.2659 .2659 Dedication to Hercules. A pillar f
CIL_1.394 stowed this as a gift on Hercules, Jupiter's son, for
CIL_1.607 Rome. 217 B.C. To Hercules a sacred gift vowed by Ma
CIL_1.626 his temple and statue of Hercules the Conqueror; whic
CIL_1.682 nae. The Hamlet of Hercules resolved, ten days before
CIL_1.981 nelius son of Aulus, built for Hercules a temple with
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   rtune Horse-Rider}, Hercules Victor, Castor, Pol
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   stitute, the mistress of Hercules. Public offer
Diog_Laert_07.29 The immortal toils of Heracles; but found & A new way
Diog_Laert_07.170 Cleanthes was called a second Heracles. {3} He was then
Diog_Laert_07.173 thing for Dionysus and Heracles to bear being ridiculed
Diog_Laert_10.137 flee from pain; so that Heracles, when devoured by his
ElegMaec_1.69 the ear. [1.69] O Hercules unwearied, after mighty toil
Euseb]:Chron_39 was "mightier than Heracles", when he writes
Euseb]:Chron_41 who was mightier than Heracles, let his armies as far
Euseb]:Chron_49 ylonians was superior to Heracles in strength and the grea
Euseb]:Chron_55 and were killed, after Heracles and Dionysus, who were
Euseb]:Chron_61 his. They say that Heracles left the ship because of his
Euseb]:Chron_65 xpedition of the Argonauts and Heracles happened during
Euseb]:Chron_117 he consecrated the temples of Heracles and of Astarte.
Euseb]:Chron_147 hom the Egyptians called Heracles, 9 years Psammūs,
Euseb]:Chron_185 urs occurred in his reign; and Heracles held the athletic
Euseb]:Chron_191 hey had been held before Heracles, by one of the Idaean
Euseb]:Chron_209 ation competitions, like Heracles; so he was acclaimed as
Euseb]:Chron_215 Only eight men between Heracles and our times have achie
Euseb]:Chron_221 acchidae, descendants of Heracles who were more than 200
Euseb]:Chron_227 the Macedonian kings back to Heracles. From Caranus, who
Euseb]:Chron_269 laws. After them, Heracles arrived with a Greek fleet and
Euseb]:Chron_283 ars. In his reign, Heracles arrived from Spain and set up
ExcBarb_33A the outer boundaries of Heracles which lie in the furthes
Inscr_45 (205/4)   a [figure-head] of Herakles for the stern, and the
Inscr_49 (153/2)   e held for Hermes and Herakles on behalf of the k
Isyll_G honouring the race of Heracles, which consequently Zeus
Julian:Caes_307 told that after Heracles, Quirinus also ascended thithe
Julian:Caes_316 to his side. "Quirinus," said Heracles, "I will not have
Julian:Caes_319 petition, had not mighty Heracles encouraged him and preve
Julian:Caes_325 I strove to rival, but Heracles I ever admired and follo
Julian:Caes_335 Alexander hastened to Heracles, and Octavianus to Apoll
Julian:Mis_366 just as comedians drag Heracles and Dionysus on the stag
Just_2.4 that the king, for whom Hercules was bound to perform twe
Just_9.2 had vowed a statue to Hercules, 11 which he was going
Just_11.10 Tyre to pay his vows to Hercules." 11 The deputies replyi
Just_11.4 superstitious regard for Hercules, who had been born at
Just_12.7 refuge, he learned that Hercules had been hindered from
Just_12.9 anae and the Silei, whom Hercules settled; next he sailed
Just_14.2 hus and the monuments of Hercules; 10 that by them Alexand
Just_16.3 ountry of Pontus, dedicated to Hercules. But as, through
Just_17.3 the grand-daughter of Hercules, and by a marriage with
Just_18.4 uncle, who was priest of Hercules, a dignity next to that
Just_18.7 his father had taken, to Hercules), and being desired by
Just_24.4 and were the first after Hercules (to whom that undertakin
Just_42.3 first of mankind, after Hercules and Liber (whom traditio
Just_43.1 daughter of Faunus and Hercules, (who, having killed Ger
Just_44.4 owned, that they tempted Hercules out of Asia by the great
Just_44.5 ved the sacred things of Hercules from Tyre, whence also
Just_Preface boldness like that of Hercules, since in his books are
Malal_204 nted there by the priest Heracles, who founded Daphne and
Memn_7 the threats, and said "Heracles is karron, Seleucus" ("k
Memn_17 and he built a temple of Heracles, made from Proconnesian
Memn_28 the disappearance of Hylas and Heracles' wanderings in sea
Memn_35 oved the statue of Heracles from the market-place, along
NicDam_135 rystheus had given it to Heracles as one of his tasks, it
OGIS_230 (197-187)   icated this to Hermes and Herakles and king Antio
OGIS_53 (c. 246)   ia, Leto Euteknos and Herakles Kallinikos by Apollo
OGIS_54 (c. 246)   the father's side of Herakles, son of Zeus, on the
Ovid:Cons_253 the hills of Oeta, of Herculean fame, when the limbs
Plut:Agis_11 bids every descendant of Heracles from having children by
Plut:Arat_14 Far as the pillars which Heracles rear'd, Your counsels
Plut:Cleom_13 the only worthy descendant of Heracles. His common suppe
Plut:Cleom_16 king, a descendant of Heracles, who wanted only to rest
Plut:Cleom_31 for the descendants of Heracles to serve the successors
Plut:Eum_1 brought him a son named Heracles, had two sisters; one
Plut:Mor_181 exceeded the deeds of Heracles - But I, said he, do not
Plut:Mor_* 188-192 * to marshal his army, O Heracles! said he, how many comma
Polyaen_* 01.3.1-5 * fears are called panics. [3] & Heracles. Heracles was dete
Polyaen_01.45.4 the Thasians in the temple of Heracles. There, in a graci
Polyaen_02.3.8 their vows at the temple of Heracles. He had previously
Poseidon_1 c-d & A feast in the temple of Hercules, to celebrate a
PsCallisth_1.6 Ammon, then into mighty Heracles, then into Dionysus bear
PsCallisth_1.7 embraced by a serpent, Ammon, Heracles, Dionysus, all div
PsCallisth_1.15 oracle expected to see a young Heracles. [16] & Alexander
PsCallisth_1.45 overthrow the tripod as Heracles overthrew the prophetic
PsCallisth_3.4 not take it. And Heracles too could not take it on accou
PsCallisth_3.27 ty-five days to the Pillars of Heracles. For the story is
PsCallisth_3.30 among the gods and so too was Heracles. And he deemed tha
PsCallisth_3.33 to the Pillars of Heracles, my forefather, and restored
SEG_38.1476 (206/5)   the descendants of Herakles; for Aletes, starting
SEG_44.949 (230-205)   up [next to the temple] of Herakles. [C] [The amoun
Syll_426 (c. 270-261)   ced near the altar of Herakles; and so that the
Syll_459 (248/7)   The priests of Herakles have told me that some of
Syll_481 (c. 257/6)   structing the stage at the Heraklean games. When
Vit:Lycoph_1 mmarises everything from Heracles and the Trojan War down
Vit:Nicand_1 lineage reaches back To Heracles and wise Lysidice, whom

  Heracles 2   - son of Alexander and Barsine
Wikipedia entry
  + Hercules
310/27 Polyperchon sets up Heracles as a pretender to the Macedonian throne.
309/4 Heracles is put to death after Cassander and Polyperchon come to
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_231 Alexander left two sons, Heracles the son of Barsine the
Just_11.10 fterwards a son that he called Hercules. Not forgetting,
Just_12.15 ough he left a son named Hercules, a brother called Aridae
Just_13.2 xander by Barsine, named Heracles; or, if they would rath
Just_14.6 n-law Roxane, and her grandson Heracles, to the city of
Just_15.2 Afterwards, lest Heracles, the son of Alexander, who had

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