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Fl'· 13 quite unconvincingly] TLvoS' AafLlaS' 7'~V l:Ku'\'\av TJul Ouya7'£pa Elval. Here Hek. herself seems to be described as .. g. ], in the Hesiodic Eoiai, 172 Rz. [Sch. R. )-The vagueness of feature and confusion tlf personality is characteristic of these ghostly and delusive apparitions. In reality the individual names (in some cases onomatopceic formations to suggest terror) were originally the titles of local ghosts. In the long run they all corne to suggest the same general idea and are therefore confused with each other and are identified with the best known of them, Hekate.

2), Munich, 1906, p. 75, n. 5. 1241 J. ), Leipzig, 1886, pt. I, p. 366, n. 4, and references, 380, n. 4, etc. 125] Gruppe, p. 889, n. 7, and references; Titinius, in Serenus Sammonicus, 1044. 126] Callimachus, ii . 356, Schneider; Roscher, p. 1889; Crusius, in Roscher, vol. i. pt. i p. V. ' 1271 Rohde, ii. 79, n. 1; Gruppe, 876, n . l, Munich, 1898, p. 111. 1281 Roscher, 1889; Heckenbach, 2781 ; Rohde, ii. 79, n. 1. , and Suidas, S. ; Bekker, Anecdota Graeca, 288. 7, and 287. 24; Pollux, ii. 231; Etymol.

P 173), though it is not perhaps of vital importance which we read. Farnell (pp 26-8) was keen to read this hymn as evidence for a lunar dimension to Hekate at this time, but it seems very hard to understand how the sun (Helios) would be seen as the 'spear' of the Moon-Goddess, and thus it appears to be better to take this as another piece of evidence of an early solar connection to Hekate which we discuss in Chaldean Hekate on p. 116 below. Prayer to Selene for any operation (pre-4th C. AD) (text: PGM IV 27SS-2870) o THREE-FACED SELENE, come to me beloved mistress Graciously hear my sacred spells: Image of Night, Youthful One, Dawn-born lightbringer to mortals Who rides upon fierce-eyed bulls.

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