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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
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APOLLO wore a crown of laurels.
BACCHUS, of grapes or ivy.
CERES, of blades of wheat.
COMUS, of roses.
CYB&Ebreve;LÊ, of pine leaves.
FLORA, of flowers.
FORTUNE, of fir-slips.
The GRACES, of olive-leaves.
HERCULES, of popular-leaves.
HYMEN, of roses.
JUNO, of quince-leaves.’
JUPITER, of oak-leaves.
The LARÊS, of rosemary.
MERCURY, of ivy, olive-leaves, or mulberries.
MINERVA, of olive-leaves.
The MUSES, of flowers.
PAN, of pine-leaves.
PLUTO, of cypress.
POMNA, of fruits.
SATURN, of vine-leaves.
VENUS, of myrtle or roses.

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