Semele   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Semele   - the mother of Dionysus
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  + Thyone
Alcaeus_16.7 the mournful Trojans and Semele, slain in her labour by
AnthPal_3.1 conducting his mother Semele to heaven, preceded by Her
AnthPal_6.140 the wreath-loving son of Semele {Bacchus} in memory of his
AnthPal_9.248 alous, and exclaimed : " Semele, you pretended that Bacchu
Athen_5.200 of the bed-chamber of Semele, in which were seen statue
Athen_8.352 theus, on the subject of Semele in Labour, he said, " But
Athen_13.559 the tragedian, in his Semele (which begins, "O nights")
Athen_14.636 the magadis; for in his Semele he says- & And now I hear
Euseb]:Chron_61 from Dionysus the son of Semele, arrived in the country
MArgent_9.246 your fate has been the same as Semele's. & * & The flagon
Meleager_9.331 He was born when his mother Semele was consumed by the
Nicarch_11.329 hoenicia, and though not Semele's son, you are nourished
PsCallisth_1.46 son of Zeus and Semele, smitten by the thunderbolt, was
SEG_39.1334 (230-220)   you, Dionysos son of Thyone, and to king Attalos; a
THI_115 (230-225)   temple by the precinct [of Semele] . . . and securi


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