Niobe   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Niobe   - daughter of Tantalus; punished by the gods for her boasting
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AnthPal_7.386 { Ph 4 } & Here am I, Niobe, as many times a stone {sic
AnthPal_7.549 ALEXANDRIA & { F 11 } & Niobe, a rock in Sipylus, still
AntipThes_7.530 { G-P 22 } & On Niobe and her children O ferry-man of
AntipThes_7.743 I justly surpass Niobe both in my children and in restra
AntipThes_16.131 { G-P 86 } & On Niobe & This is the daughter of Tantal
AntipThes_16.133 kewise in death. O Niobe, weeping for the heavy day that
Athen_13.571 nother place she says- & Niobe and Leto were of old & Affe
Athen_13.601 and the other, in his Niobe, the mutual love of Niobe's
Euseb]:Chron_177 ws. Argus, the son of Zeus and Niobe, for 70 years. The
Euseb]:Chron_181 ries about Phoroneus and Niobe, and then what happened aft
Lucill_11.246 drama about me as if I were Niobe. * & The ship is supp
Lucill_11.253 the living original of Niobe ; so that I wonder and say:
Lucill_11.254 ancing the part of Niobe you stood like a stone, and again
Meleager_16.134 of Planudes. } On Niobe Niobe, daughter of Tantalus, hea
Theodorid_16.132 the infinite mourning of Niobe, the daughter of Tantalus,

  Niobe 2   - title of a poem by Timotheus
Diog_Laert_07.28 ated the line out of the Niobe: & I come: why call me so?


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