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  Olympus   - a mountain in northern Greece, said to be the home of the gods
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  + Olympian , Olympians
[Tib]:PanMes_1 was to mount as a god to Olympus, gladly set foot in the
[Tib]:PanMes_118 void to your side, and left Olympus, neighbour of the
2Macc_6 call it the temple of Olympian Zeus, and to call the
Aelian:NA_3.32 there are places on Macedonian Olympus where wolves do not
Aelian:NA_10.21 just as we regard the Olympian gods with awe, so do the
Aelian:NA_14.28 be enrolled among the Olympians, I have heard that she
Alcaeus_9.518 Heighten your walls, Olympian Zeus ; all is accessible
AnthPal_5.33 of gold on Danaē, Olympian Zeus, that the child mig
AnthPal_7.9 the Thracian skirts of Olympus holds Orpheus, son of the
AnthPal_9.100 and that Artemis, after Olympus, calls no land her father
AnthPal_9.248 enads and Satyrs to holy Olympus, looking just as Pylades
AnthPal_9.526 tireless gates of great Olympus ; keep, O Zeus, the holy
AntipSid_6.219 revolving instrument of Olympian Rhea, he beat it, and
AntipSid_7.2 ghty nod of Zeus, and of Olympus, and of the strength of
AntipSid_7.241 to his house, but by Zeus to Olympus. * & It is not cert
AntipSid_16.178 Citium, who scaled high Olympus, though he piled not Peli
AntipThes_9.58 said, " Lo, apart from Olympus, the Sun never looked on
AntipThes_9.790 celestial palace, from Olympus to Ephesus the city of
AntipThes_16.133 woman, do you lift up to Olympus your shameless hand, and
Asclepiad_16.120 yourself, Zeus, possess Olympus." [ - ] & { G-P 47 } {
Athen_5.194 rom the temple raised to Olympian Zeus at Athens, and from
Athen_6.258 llowing manner- & By the Olympian Zeus and by Athena & I
Athen_13.589 not Pericles the Olympian (as Clearchus tells us in the
Athen_14.659 First let us pray to the Olympian gods, & And now to all
Athen_15.694 een, & Mother of Plutus, Olympian Demeter; & May you be
DiogLaert_7.29 climbed & The summits of Olympus; but unmoved & By wicked
ElegMaec_1.69 ided? After the Ruler of Olympus routed the sons of Aloeus
Ennius:Ann_1 your feet beat mighty Olympus ; by Olympus the Greeks
Euseb]:Chron_115 lso joined the temple of Olympian Zeus, which stood before
GranLic_6 elve cubits high, one to Olympian Jupiter and the other
Hieron:Chron_1848 of God, he set up a statue of Olympian Zeus in the temple
Julian:Caes_307 speak, of the sky, on "Olympus where they say is the sea
Just_7.4 untry between the mountains of Olympus and Haemus. But
Lucill_9.572 lish this second book ? "Olympian Muses, daughters of Zeus
Malal_207 olomon, [207] into a temple of Olympian Zeus and Athena.
Meleager_12.101 down Zeus himself from Olympus." [12.106] & { G-P 104
Meleager_12.122 the boy, like Zeus from Olympus, has learnt of late to
Meleager_12.68 the boy, as he mounts to Olympus, take from earth my tears
Nicand:Al_280 the thunder of stormy Olympus, or again like the wicked
OGIS_26 (278-270)   e], was dedicated to [Olympian] Zeus by Kallikrate
OGIS_27 (278-270)   ike, was dedicated to Olympian Zeus by Kallikrate
OGIS_65 (c. 245)   gods Adelphoi, to Olympian Zeus and to Zeus Sun
Philip_7.362 body, but his soul in Olympus rejoices with Zeus and
Philip_16.215 Loves, having plundered Olympus, deck themselves in the
Philip_16.93 Cerberus, and myself dwell in Olympus. * & Of Hippolyte.
Phylarch_81 went to Hephaestus on Olympus, to ask him to make some
Porph:Fr_51 Jerusalem an image of Olympian Zeus and statues of Anti
PsCallisth_1.19 he went up to the temple of Olympian Zeus. And the temp
PsCallisth_1.33 immortal, and e'en great Olympus trembled." So Parmeniscus
PsCallisth_2.22 power you rank equal to the Olympian gods. We know inde
PsCallisth_3.17 preters. I invoked Olympian Ammon, Athena, giver of victor
PsCallisth_3.33 gods, the guardian Olympians, and Heracles, the earliest
SEG_30.1119 (late 4th cent.)   try hall of the temple of Olympian Zeus. Attalus' h
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   les in the temple of [Olympian] Zeus [(?) in Elis a
SEG_56.703 (291)   set up in the sanctuary of Olympian Zeus. In year 1
SEG_59.1406B (c. 280)   , the priest of Zeus Olympios, made known the goodw
Syll_360 (c. 300-280)   Iphigineia }, the Olympian gods and goddesses,
Syll_429 (after 250)   en Philistis King Hieron Olympian Zeus . . . Str
Syll_433 (266)   emaios, dedicated] to Olympian Zeus this statue of

  Olympus 2   - a mountain in Galatia, Anatolia
189/11 Manlius defeats the Galatians at Mt.Olympus.
    Within translations:
Festus:Brev.11 some of them fled toward Olympus, some toward Mount Magaba

  Olympus 3   - a town on a mountain in Cilicia, Anatolia
77/27 captures the stronghold at Olympus of the pirate Zenicetes, who com
76/9 and captures the cities of Attalis, Corycus, Olympus, and Phaselis.

  Olympus 4   - a mountain in Mysia, Anatolia
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Arrian:Fr_29 city of Prusias by Mount Olympus, the aforementioned Nicom
Athen_2.38 is called nectar near Olympus in Lydia, mixing wine and
Euseb]:Chron_213 of Prusa [by Mt. Olympus], stadion race Aristeas of Stra
Memn_28 the foot of the Asian Mount Olympus. From there Triari
Plinius:Ep_10.81 Prusa, near Mt. Olympus, and was enjoying a rest from

  Olympus 5   (C. Sulpicius Olympus) - a wealthy Roman, 1st century B.C.
75/15 C.Sulpicius Olympus dies, leaving M.Octavius Ligus as his heir.
74/29 ebonius, Q.Opimius, and M.Octavius, the heir of C.Sulpicius Olympus.

  Olympus 6   - a prophet, 1st century A.D.
Lucill_11.161 oxer came to the prophet Olympus wishing to learn if he
Lucill_11.163 cles came to the prophet Olympus wishing to know which of

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