They feed and consort together according to their sex, are fed at the public expense, and are consecrated to the aforesaid gods.
Large-leaved species are normally found on the coast, in lowland scrub and along forest margins.
For he has finished his great works and lives amongst the dying gods, untroubled and unaging all his days.
The plant can tolerate maritime exposure.
Iolaus was a cousin of Heracles and assisted him in many of his labors during his mortal life.
Hebe's role as the patron of brides is referenced in , where the poem also connects her to the fertility of the bride.