Herm   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Herm   - a type of statue, originally representing Hermes
Wikipedia entry
  + Hermae , Herms
AnthPal_16.186   ious. The ordinary Hermae were columns without legs and
Athen_4.130   Artemises, and Pans, and Hermae, and numbers of statues
Athen_4.167   Aristagora, higher than the Hermae themselves. And when
Nepos_7.3   the same night all the Hermes-pillars ** in the city of
Philoch_133   s-mutilators defaced the Herms, when they were about to
Simonid_16.232   to dedicate the stone Herms, on the first of which is

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