Cassandra - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- daughter of Priamus; abducted by Agamemnon
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find the same in his Cassandra's speech beginning
Athena, as payment for Cassandra, until such time as you
milar provocation, slays Cassandra with Agamemnon himself,
and Agamemnon on account of Cassandra. And, the expedit
** said he was a Cassandra, 'I can name,' said Antonius,
Philippus' at Rome and a Cassandra, in the shrine of Concord,
suppose her to be Cassandra, the daughter of Priamus, who
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