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Κορυνήτης). “Club-bearing.” An epithet of Heracles, who is represented with a club.


Κλειδοῦχος). “Key-bearing.” An epithet given by the Romans to Ianus as the god of doors; and by the Greeks to Eros (Cupid) as holding the key to hearts, and to Hecaté as the keeper of the keys of Hades.

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