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date: 01 December 2022

Aphaealocked

Aphaealocked

  • Herbert Jennings Rose
  •  and Simon Hornblower

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Aphaea (Ἀφαία), a goddess worshipped in *Aegina, where the ruins of her temple (famous for its pedimental sculptures, now in Munich) are extant. She was identified with *Britomartis (Paus. 2. 30. 3); i.e. she was of similar character to *Artemis.

Subjects

  • Greek Myth and Religion

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