Priamus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Priamus   - king of Troy at the time of the Trojan War
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Aelian:Fr_122   Menelaus to Paris the son of Priam I neither praise nor
Aelian:NA_6.50   granted justice ' ? But Priam will not admit this, since
AnthPal_7.297   chaeans who burnt the house of Priam. * & Mummius, who sac
AnthPal_9.28   emptied all the house of Priam, shall know thence how migh
AnthPal_9.102   and at length the spirit of Priam is avenged on me. *
AnthPal_9.236   ecreed that final sacrifice of Priam slaughtered on the
AntipThes_7.136   { G-P 55 } & On Priam Small am I, the barrow of Priam
Archias_7.140   "His father was Priam, his country Ilium, his name Hect
Athen_11.781   god excepting Zeus." And when Priam wanted to ransom his son
Athen_13.556   her obeisance. And Priamus, too, had a great many women,
Athen_13.566   goddess!" And even Priamus himself is moved at the
Athen_14.660   Hector, invite & Trojan Priam to the peaceful rite; -
Cic:DeOr_3.102   my country ! House of Priam !
Cic:DeOr_3.217   father, my country, House of Priam !
Cic:Tusc_1.85   had four distinguished sons; but Priam had fifty, seventeen of which
Cic:Tusc_1.93   more tears had flowed from Priam than his son; yet they
Cic:Tusc_3.45   set off the riches of Priam to the best advantage, which
DiogLaert_7.67   like the herdsman is to Priamus' sons." [68] There
Ennius:Ann_15   has - When aged Priamus was laid low beneath the warrin
Euseb]:Chron_57   thousand years. Priamus the king of the Trojans, worn
Euseb]:Chron_63   against the city of Troy, when Priamus governed Phrygia.
Julian:Mis_344   Trojan women praying to Priamus or to any one of his daug
Just_17.3   Helenus, the son of King Priamus, for his eminent services,
Lucill_11.132   a man is not as old as Priam, if he is not half bald and
Lucill_11.136   bugle at once, for even Priam by his tears gained his foe
Lucill_11.140   games with Nestor and Priam, cast me not literally "to
Plin:HN_35.138   figures, among them Priam, Helen, Credulity, Odysseus,
Plut:Agis_9   ssandra, the daughter of Priamus, who died at that place,
Plut:Cleom_9   to her father-in-law, Priamus: Before thy presence, fat
Polyaen_1.Preface   & And hurled destruction on Priamus' wall. And others
Polyaen_7.47.1   ation of Aethia, the sister of Priamus. After they had bee


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