Leda   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Leda   - the mother of Castor and Pollux
Wikipedia entry
  + Ledaean
AnthPal_9.48 Zeus became a swan for Leda, a bull for Europa, a satyr
AnthPal_9.100 To Delos Holy nurse of Leda's babes, whom Zeus anchored
Antiphil_5.307 a Picture of Zeus and Leda This is the Laconian river
AntipThes_9.241 Demeter, Zeus a swan for Leda, Ammon a snake to lie with
Ovid:Cons_283 car! [3.283] Add too the Ledaean brothers {Castor and Poll

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