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Both towns were celebrated for their hellebore, the chief remedy in antiquity for madness : hence the proverb Naviget Anticyram, when a person acted senselessly. ANTfGdNE (-cs), daughter of Oedipus by his mother Jocaste, and sister of Ismene and ofEteocles and Polymces. In the tragic story of Oedipus, Antigone appears as a noble maiden, with a truly heroic attachment to her father and brothers. When Oedipus had put out his eyes, and was obliged to quit Thebes, he was accompanied by Antigone, who remained with him till he died at Colonus, and then returned to Thebes.
O. 334). After ed the original Plebs. He was succeeded by ANCYRA (-ae). (1) A city of Galatia in Asia Minor, originally the chief city of a Gallic tribe named the Tectosages, who came from the S. of France. When Augustus recorded the chief events of his life on bronze tablets at Rome, the citizens of Ancyra had a copy the death of Alexander (323), Anaxarchus was thrown by shipwreck into the power of Nicocreon, king of Cyprus, to whom he had given offense, and who had him pounded to death made, which was cut on marble blocks, and in a stone mortar.
A Smaller Classical Dictionary Of Biography, Mythology And Geography by William Smith