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ἱέρεια , , Ion. ἱρείη , as v.l. in Hdt.5.72, 8.104: scanned -ει^α in Trag., S.Fr.456, E.Or.261 (with
A.v.l. ἱερίαι), Ba.1114, and perh. to be written ἱερέα , as in IG12.4.13, 843a3, etc., and prob. in Pi.P.4.5: Ep. ἱερέη Call.Epigr.41: ἱερῆ , Schwyzer725 (Milet., vi B.C.), GDI5562 (Panticapaeum), 5584 (Priene), al.: ἱαρέα or ἱάρεα (pl. ἱαρεαι) ib. 4847: ἱάρεια dub. in IG7.2465 (Thebes):—fem. of ἱερεύς, a priestess, “τὴν . . ἔθηκαν Ἀθηναίης ἱέρειανIl.6.300, al., cf. Ar.Th.758, Th.4.133, Pl.Phdr.244b, al., BCH6.24 (Delos, ii B.C.), etc.
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