Hekate


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Hek·a·te

 (hĕk′ə-tē, hĕk′ĭt)
n.
Variant of Hecate.

Hekate

(ˈhɛkətɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) a variant spelling of Hecate
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Old Woman 3: Yes by Hekate, whether you want it or not.
Three comprimario roles of Persephone's friend, Adrianna (soprano Kathleen Neudorf), and lesser gods Hekate (alto Bessie Wapp) and Helios (tenor Christoph Martens) were well cast and well sung.
one of the most powerful evocations in literature of the anima, that mysterious archetype who has been called variously Venus, Cybele, Artemis--but in Burns's case, one could say definitely, Hekate, patroness of witches, the goddess of the underworld.
The ancient city dating from the Carian period is famous for its Hekate Sanctuary.