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Born in a middle class Athenian household in the Lycomidae 5 clan, he grew up .

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Siticilegiulu EIJigranuoatluD Gleae-
pore fungebantur Lycomidae (C. I. p.
The School of History
tion of the family shrine of the Lycomidae.

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Plutarch • Life of Themistocles
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.
Ancilla to the Pre-Socratic Philosophers: 2. Musaeus
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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