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“Hebe was dismissed from her office in consequence of a fall which she met with one day when in attendance on the gods. Her successor was Ganmedes, a Trojan boy whom Jupiter, in the disguise of an eagle, siezed and carried off from the midst of his playfellows on Mount Ida, bore up to heaven, and installed in the vacant place.” —Bulfinch, 1897


Greek, myth, boy, ganymede, hebe


Thomas Bulfinch, The Age of Fable (Philadelphia: Henry altemus Company, 1897) 191


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