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Lĕōcŏrĭon , i, n., = Λεωκόριον,
I.a temple in Athens, reared in honor of the three daughters of Leos, who suffered themselves to be sacrificed in order to avert a famine: “Leoidum est delubrum Athenis, quod Leocorion nominatur,Cic. N. D. 3, 19, 50.
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