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So we hear Homer • calling Minos " the great god's oaristes," which ° Pindar,
Nem. v. 1 ovk avSpiavroiroios et/x*, coot* eXivvaovra tpyaTfioQax dyoAfiar* Ğr'
auras /jafyuoor, loosely quoted. The translation is adapted from that of Sir John ...
... cwKo<j>dvras Kal rats SiajSoAat? dirurretv, dv u>aiv dXXoTpiai rrjs
7rpoaipeaecos avTtov mtrnep 6 Nepcov eKeivos dXiyov epvnpoadev fj Krelvai
tov Qpaaeav paXiara pxa&v Kal <f>of}ov- 1 KaAots ipyois Reiske : koAoZ?. •
Homer, II. xvii.
Hippo, daughter of Scedasus, 11. Hippocrates, 875 : gave land for stadium.
Hippodamas, 858, father of Arche- ptoleraus. Hippolytus, 39, son of Theseus.
Hippotae, a village in Boeotia, 19, 21. Homer, 31, 103, 133, 175, 217, 219, 375 :
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