Helene   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Helene   - "Helen of Troy", wife of Menelaus, eloped with Paris
Wikipedia entry
  + Helen
320/35 remark of the painter Nicomachus, about the "Helene" of Zeuxis.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_7.19   like Menelaus and Paris over Helen. I am told that the
Aelian:NA_9.21   took under his charge Helen the daughter of Zeus (becau
Aelian:NA_11.27   was caused, they say, by Helen the daughter of Zeus; the
Aelian:NA_14.8   mbassador to treat about Helen,* when Antimachus advised
Aelian:NA_15.13   eign of Thonis; and when Helen realised how strong this
AntipSid_7.218   have battled for her as for Helen. [7.232] & { G-P -
Athen_3.81   Cydonian apples, in his Helene, speaking thus :- & Before
Athen_6.232   god, and also the necklace of Helen, which had been given
Athen_6.233   ton got the ornaments of Helen; and she, being in love wit
Athen_13.556   pect for his wedded wife Helene, on whose account he gathe
Athen_13.557   orce were ravished Helene, Ariadne, Hippolyte, and the dau
Athen_13.560   Trojan war on account of Helene; the plague which took pla
Athen_13.563   Alexis says in his Helene:- & The man who falls in love
Athen_13.566   velling at the beauty of Helene, are represented as speaki
Athen_13.585   who was nicknamed Poor Helene; and as it was summer, and
Cic:DeOr_3.219   the time when Paris wedded Helen
Lucill_11.278   ome plenty of Parises for your Helen. [11.279] & { F 111
Lucill_11.408   will never turn Hecuba into Helen. [11.433] & { ? 142
Nicand:Th_300   If the tale be true, Bane-Helen coming from Troy was angered
Plut:Cleom_9   ence Homer makes Helen say to her father-in-law, Priamus
Plut:Mor_174   sed Alexander to restore Helen, promising to give him two
Plut:Mor_838   another oration in praise of Helen, and one called Areop
Polyaen_1.13.1   elaus was returning with Helene from Egypt, he was forced
POxy_1380   dus divine ; in Bithynia Helen ; in Tenedos name of the
ValMax_3.7e.3     But Zeuxis having painted Helen, did not think it fitting

  Helene 2   - a woman renowned for her large appetite
Athen_10.414 there was a woman named Helene, who ate more than any oth

  Helene   - in documents
AnthPal_7.184 the tomb of the maiden Helenē, and in mourning too for

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