Hecabe   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hecabe   (Hecuba) - the wife of Priamus
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AnthPal_7.99   Fates decreed tears for Hecabe and the Trojan women even
AnthPal_9.117   lyxena, thus did Cissean Hecabe &bewail the murder of her
AnthPal_11.67   is, as old as a crow and Hecuba put together, grandmother
Athen_13.556   had a great many women, and Hecabe was not indignant.
Cic:DeOr_3.219   at that very time, did Hecuba
Cic:Tusc_1.105   him, as he imagines; but Hecuba bewails this as a sore
Cic:Tusc_3.63   her grief. But they imagine Hecuba to have been converted into
Lucill_11.212   my Zopyrion was born to me by Hecuba. And finally I, Eras
Lucill_11.408   ouge and paste will never turn Hecuba into Helen. [11.433]
Plinius:Ep_4.11   of a chaste woman, like Hecuba, "taking care that she

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