Hymettus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hymettus   - a mountain in Attica, Greece
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AnthPal_7.36   and drip with honey of Hymettus, that there be ever stor
Athen_13.582   To export some honey from the Hymettian hill. & And it
Athen_15.681   the Athenians gather it on Hymettus; and other nations too have
Callim:Hec_238   eupon a double . . . of rugged Hymettus . . . and lightnin
Nicand:Al_440   ieces the labour of the bee of Hymettus. (Bees were born
Plin:HN_4.24   of Brilessus, Aegialeus, Icarius, Hymettus and Lycabettus; the place
Plin:HN_35.172   Athens that faces towards Mount Hymettus, at Patrae the shrines of
Plin:HN_36.7   were after all merely of Hymettus marble and not more than
Plin:HN_36.114   of six columns of Hymettus marble without reviling a
SelPap_3.105   the column. Through stone from Hymettus ** forth the draught of
ValMax_1.6e.3   those bees, not bred upon Hymettus covered with fragrant flowers of
ValMax_9.1.4   his colleague, because he had Hymettian pillars in the portico of

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