Nemesis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Nemesis   - a Greek divinity, symbolising retribution
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AnthPal_10.123 ood befall a man, an answering Nemesis succeeds it. [124]
AnthPal_12.12 lovers, is in love with a boy. Nemesis is swift. [14] Dios
AnthPal_12.140 but spoken the word and Nemesis seized me, and at once
AnthPal_12.160 you, Adrasteia, and you, Nemesis, bitterest of the immorta
AnthPal_16.222 & { Ph 15 } & On the Nemesis of the Athenians I, the
AnthPal_16.263 ous & { F 71 } & On the Nemesis of Phidias The Persians
AnthPal_6.283 never bowed the knee to Nemesis, the dread goddess, now
AnthPal_9.103 the name. Well has Nemesis borne you in mind, Ilium, since
AnthPal_9.260 but a witness to all of the Nemesis of years. No, by
AnthPal_9.405 asteia preserve you, and Nemesis, the maiden who treads
Antiphil_7.630 things are unnoticed by the Nemesis that is the foe of
Meleager_12.141 re, lo ! indignant Nemesis has exposed you, once so volubl
Meleager_12.33 not only on the cheeks that Nemesis grows. * & Such wer
PsCallisth_2.22 fear, reverence Nemesis, the omniscient, and Dike {Just
SEG_8.269 vage fire, Charmadas, and some Nemesis has overthrown
THI_39 (235/4)   for the sacrifice to Nemesis and to the king from h


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