Hammon was born in Brittany, of humble, orthodox parents, who sent him to a monastery.
And for Hammon, neither Hammon nor hangman shall wrong thee in London.
The ruins among which these texts were found include a city (probably the Biblical Hammon) and a temple.
A woman named Hammon, of low birth, who entered the service, and rose high in the good graces of Mary of Medici.
Sirrah Hammon, Hammon, dost thou think a shoemaker is so base to be a bawd to his own wife for commodity?
In Diodoros, Hammon loves the virgin Amalthea, who has a horn resembling that of an ox.
Hammon had a famous temple in Africa, where he was adored under the symbolic figure of a ram.
warm springs. (1.) A town in the tribe of Asher, near Zidon (Josh. 19:28), identified with 'Ain Hamul. (2.) A Levitical city of Naphtali (1 Chr. 6:76).