Minos   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Minos   - an ancient king of Crete
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Aelian:NA_5.2   would discover the dead son of Minos. And I myself have
AnthPal_7.268   it with him to Hades, and let Minos see him wearing my
AnthPal_7.727   sites is as highly honoured as Minos. * & A form of imprec
AntipThes_11.23   mine is quicker, I shall see Minos all the sooner. Let
Athen_7.289   mention of Menecrates in his Minos. [35.] And Themison
Athen_13.560   Phaedra, the daughter of Minos; and Athamas on account of
Athen_13.601   who carried off Ganymedes, but Minos. But the before-menti
Callim:Hec_288   off, and betrayed the city to Minos. The story is told
Cic:Rep_2.2   and institutions ; for example, Minos in Crete, Lycurgus in Sparta,
Cic:Tusc_1.10   dread the inexorable judges, Minos and Rhadamanthys; before whom
Cic:Tusc_1.98   as are truly so, Minos, Rhadamanthys, Aeacus, Triptolemus, and
Cic:Tusc_2.34   by Jupiter, or which Minos established under the direction
Diod_33.10   amongst them, and that Minos, who had the dominion of
Euseb]:Chron_185   for 30 years. In his reign, Minos established laws. Men
Julian:Caes_312-315 *   would have entered with him, Minos kept them at a distan
MArgent_7.384   utterly faded, said "Shake, Minos, the light urn. &
Oros_6.4   place of the laws of Minos.
Plin:HN_6.157   as they believe, from King Minos of Crete; part of them
Plin:HN_6.158   from Rhadamanthus the brother of Minos), the Homeritae with the town
Plin:HN_7.209   and claws, Tiphys the tiller. Minos was the first who fought
Polyaen_8.4.1   thought that he had an eye to Minos and Lycurgus. For the
Sall:Hist_2.9   gone to escape] the anger of Minos . . . [2.40] [2.42M]
THI_70   (c. 217)   of Sotimos. Minos just sent me, Antigenes, to the
ValMax_1.2e.1   [2e.1]   Minos king of Crete used to
ValMax_5.3e.3   quelled the cruel tyranny of Minos; he tamed the boundless insolence


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