Hymenaeus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the Greek god of marriage
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our wedding attended not Hymenaeus to preside at the feast
bride of twelve years not to Hymenaeus but to Hades. [54
age hymn. And you, Hymenaeus, changed the tuneful song of
bitter bridal stood Hades, not Hymen. For, as she fled alo
divine Athena, but come you to Hymenaeus with the flowing
dding torch, whether unwilling Hymen lit or willing Hades.
And Araros, in his Hymenaeus, uses the word parasite, wher
ambics, says that it was Hymenaeus of whom Argynnus was
dithyrambic poem, called Hymenaeus, says that the magadis
a wedding song, Hymen, chant a dirge at her door, rebuk
esus. Either Hymen Hymenaeus bearing his bright torch stan
for marriage and the hymn of Hymen, the due end of girlh
dear, and golden-haired Hymenaeus and the dulcet charm
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