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An abridged history of France; also a table of the sovereigns of England. To ... - Page 176
1856
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Johnson's Dictionary of the English language, in miniature [ed. by J ...

Samuel Johnson - 1798
...Heribc'ia, the wife of Astreus Her'ma:, statues of Mercury Her'meď, a name of .Mercury Henni'one, a daughter of Mars and Venus, married to Cadmus; also a daughter oi Menelaus and Helena, married to Pyrrhus He'ro, a beautiful woman of Sestos, in Thrace, priestess...
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Johnson's Dictionary of the English language, in miniature [ed. by J ...

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...enterprises Heribe'ia, the wife of Astreus Her'ma, statues of Mercury Bertnes, a name of Mercury Hermi'onc, a daughter of Mars and Venus, married to Cadmus; also a daughter of Menelaus and Helena, married to Pyr• rhus • Be'ro, a beautiful woman of Sestos, in Thrace, priestess of Venus ; Leander, of Abydos,...
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A General Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary of the English Language: To ...

George Fulton, G. Knight - English language - 1814 - 407 pages
...Her-be'ia, the wife of Astreus Her"mae, statues of Mercury Hcr'mes, a name of Mercury Her-mi'o-ne, daughter of Mars and Venus, married to Cadmus ; also...Pyrrhus He'ro, a beautiful woman of Sestos in Thrace, and priestess of Venus, whom Leander of AbMos loved so tendí rly, that he swam over the Hellespont...
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A universal biographical dictionary containing the lives of the most ...

Charles N. Baldwin - Biography & Autobiography - 1820 - 444 pages
...numerous exploits and dangerous enterprises. HERÍBE'IA, the wife of Aslreus. НЕК'МЛ), statues of Mercury. HER'MES, a name of Mercury. HERMI'ONE., a daughter of Mars and Venus married to Cadinus ; also a daughter of Menelaus and Helena, married to Pyrrhus. HE'RO, a beautiful woman of gestos,...
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Chronology, Or, An Introduction and Index to Universal History, Biography ...

George Palmer Putnam - Chronology, Historical - 1833 - 352 pages
...Jferibe'ia, the wife of Astreiu. Her'ma, statutes of Mercury. Hcr'mef, a name of Mercury. Jlcrmi'une, a daughter of Mars and Venus, married to Cadmus; also a daughter of Menelaus and Helena, married to Pyrrhue fle'ro, a beautiful woman of Sestos,in Thrace, priestess of Venus; Leamlcr, of Abydos, loved...
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Tales about the mythology of Greece and Rome

Peter Parley (pseud.) - Religion - 1839
...remarkable for his numerous exploits and dangerous enterprises. Hermes, a name of Mercury. Hermione, daughter of Mars and Venus, married to Cadmus ; also...Pyrrhus. Hero, a beautiful woman of Sestos in Thrace, and priestess of Venus, whom Leander of Abidos loved so tenderly, that he swam over the Hellespont...
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A Universal Biographical Dictionary: Containing the Lives of the Most ...

Charles N. Baldwin - Biography - 1842 - 444 pages
...his numerous exploits and dan ferous enterprises. HERIBE'IA, the wife of Astrera. HER'M^E, statues of Mercury. HER'MES, a name of Mercury. HERMI'ONE....also a daughter of Menelaus and Helena, married to Fyrrhus. HE'KO, a beautiful woman of Sestos, in Thrace, priestess of Venus ; Lcander, of Abydos, loved...
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The World's Progress: A Dictionary of Dates, with Tabular Views of General ...

George Palmer Putnam - History - 1853
...Heribt'io, the wife of Astreua. Her'mtB, statutes of Mercury. ^ Her'mca, a name of Mercury. 4/ermi'one, a daughter of Mars and Venus, married to Cadmus; also a daughter of Meuclaua and Helena, married to Pyrrhus. Ife'ro, a beautiful woman of Sestos, in Thrace, priestess...
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A mythological dictionary

William Charles M. Kent - 1870
...body. Hence those who afterwards bathed in the fountain of Salmacis became effeminate. HERMES. A title of Mercury. HERMIONE. A daughter of Mars and Venus. Married to Cadmus, she and her husband were changed into serpents. Hence she is regarded as a Lamia. HERO. A beautiful...
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