Chalcioecus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Chalcioecus   - a title of the goddess Athena at Sparta
  + Brazen , Chalcioeca
Athen_13.574 ond the statue of Athena Chalcioecus - a brazen cow, and
Plut:Agis_11 of Athena in the "Brazen House", and his daugh
Plut:Agis_16 tuary; Agis in the "Brazen House", and Cleombrot
Polyaen_2.15.1 bound in the temple of Chalcioecus." The Arcadians could
Polyaen_2.31.3 shields in the temple of Chalcioecus with this inscription
Polyaen_8.51.1 in the temple of Athena Chalcioeca, from whence the law


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