- Born in a middle class Athenian household in the Lycomidae 5 clan, he grew up .
- Siticilegiulu EIJigranuoatluD Gleae-
- pore fungebantur Lycomidae (C. I. p.
- The School of History
- tion of the family shrine of the Lycomidae.
- Lo-Lz: Encyclopedic Theosophical Glossary
- Lycomidae (Greek) A family living in ancient Athens, hereditary torch-bearers in the Eleusinian Mysteries.
- office was not filled up from the closely related family of the Ceryces, but given to the Lycomidae, who held in their hands the orphizing mystic cultus of Phlya.
- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 29
- for that there was nothing which could be ascribed with certainty to Musaeus, except the hymn to Demeter which he composed for the Lycomidae. (Paus. i.
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