Io - Greek mythology - Myth of Io: how the peacock's tail was generated and where the name of the Ionian Sea originated

Io - Greek mythology - Myth of Io: how the peacock's tail was generated and where the name of the Ionian Sea originated


How the peacock's tail was generated and where the name of the Ionian Sea originated from

One day I, priestess of Hera, daughter of Inaco king of Argos and of the nymph Melia, while returning to the paternal house, was stopped byZeuswho declared his love to her and proposed to live in a house in the woods where no one would molest her since she would be under his protection and where he could go and see her whenever he wanted. I, frightened by those words, began to flee but Zeus, not wanting to give up her, chased her in the form of a cloud.

Io being enveloped by Zeus in the form of a cloud
Correggio (1489 -1534)), Louvre Museum, Paris (France)

Ovid narrates (Metamorphosis I, 588 et seq):

"Jupiter saw her returning from the paternal river and said to her:
"Virgin, worthy of me, what will you do I do not know who of your wedding
Glad, go to the shade of those high woods - and point to the shade -,
While that very high the sun shines in the middle of the sky.
That if you ever tremble to enter the wild lairs alone,
It goes without saying that in the depths of the woods, a goddess of assistance,
Nor am I a plebeian god, but I hold the scepter of heaven
With the great hand and the vibrating thunderbolts that crawl wandering,
No, don't run away "but she ran away and passed
Now the pastures of Lerna and the populated lyric fields
Of trees, when the Thunderer sweeps the earth wide
Fog, hides the nymph, stops her and takes away her modesty ».

Unfortunately for Io at that timeWas, wife of Zeus, noticed from Olympus the strange cloud that was running fast and knowing her husband, after looking for him in vain in Olympus, she immediately understood that the prodigy of the cloud was none other than Zeus and immediately sensed the betrayal.

Zeus, having sensed the presence of Hera and knowing that nothing good would happen if he found him in that situation, transformed the sweet I into a white heifer. The subterfuge, however, did not deceive Era that once she arrived in the presence of her husband, she asked him to give him the animal. Zeus was torn: denying her the gift meant admitting his betrayal but granting it to him meant condemning Io to a sad fate. Eventually Zeus preferred to avoid the wrath of his wife and gave her the heifer.

Era discovers Zeus with Io
Pieter Lastman, (1618), National Gallery, London (England)

Still not calm Era preferred to entrust the custody of the heifer to Argon, giant with a hundred eyes, called by the Greeks Panoptes (= who sees everything), son of Arestone (or Gaea or Inaco according to others) and Mycenae.

From that moment a terrible life began for Io: in the form of a heifer and in every moment controlled by Argos, both day and night, as his hundred eyes which were not all placed on his head but in every part of his body, they rested in turn: while fifty were closed, the other fifty kept watch.

Hermes, Argos and I.
Antique vase decoration depicting, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna (Austria)

Stazio narrates (Thebaid, VI, 405-410):
«Inaco follows: ei on the left side
I was leaning against the marshy shore,
And pour out the urn, and pour out a river,
And look sadly the unhappy daughter
Changed into a cow, she is the watchful keeper
Who sleeps and watches with a hundred eyes on his forehead ».

Roman marble copy of a Greek original,
Vatican Museums, Rome (Italy)

Hermes frees Io from Argos
mural painting in the house of Livia, Rome (Italy)

Time passed sad for poor Io, forced to graze and drink by muddy rivers during the day and to be tied with a collar at night so as not to run away.

Meanwhile Zeus, who felt guilty for having condemned Io to such a cruel fate, calledHermes, instructing him to free the girl from the slavery to which Hera had condemned her.

The young god, taking the golden wand that the ancients called caduceus and his legendary headdress, flew to earth from Olympus and presented himself to Argos in the guise of a young goat herder. Hermes began to play an instrument formed with reeds and the melody was so harmonious that Argus himself begged the shepherd to graze his goats with him, telling him that this was the best pasture that could be found in those areas. Hermes then sat down next to him and began to play sweet melodies that made anyone who listened to them sleepy.

But Argos, who rested with half of his eyes, did not fall asleep; on the contrary, he asked Ermes how and by whom such an instrument had been invented that produced such sweet sounds and Ermes, thus began to tell ...

«Once lived in the mountains of Arcadia, a nymph named Siringa (from the Greek Syrinx = cane), a follower of the cult of Artemis who lived in the woods hunting. Such was her gracefulness that many of the gods tried to possess her and among them also the god Pan, who began to chase her. Syringe while trying to escape to escape the god, begged her father, the river god Ladon, to save her from that hunt. Thus it was that it was transformed into a bundle of reeds under the eyes of Pan. The god only had to take a reed, cut it into many pieces and tie them together with a string, thus obtaining an instrument that emitted a very sweet melody and which from that moment took the name of Syringe (also known as "pan flute" ) "(See myth of Pan)

At the end of the story Hermes realized that finally all the hundred eyes of Argos had closed, asleep and that quick point killed him by throwing him off a cliff and thus freeing the young Io.

Hera, noticing the death of Argos and seeing that she could no longer do anything for him, took her hundred eyes and fixed them at the tail of a peacock, an animal sacred to her.

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But the adventures of Io were not over yet in fact Hera, unable to bear the use of her rival, decided to send her a gadfly to torment her with its stings to the point of inducing her to throw herself into the sea to be able to escape him. After swimming across the sea that she called the Ionian, she wandered for a very long distance, in Europe and Asia and eventually landed in Egypt.

It is said that in Egypt Io resumed human form and generated Epaphos, son of Zeus. Hera tried again to ruin her life by making her kidnap her son by the Cureti demons, but after many adventures, Io was able to find him and live the rest of her days in Egypt peacefully, next to her son.

Ovid narrates in Metamorphoses I:

«Last asylum in the immense labor. Here, as she came,
Over the banks of the river, bending his knees, he lies down,
high, with her neck back, raising her face, which alone
It can lift; and crying and generating mournful bellowing
He seemed to complain of Jupiter, asking for an end to evils.
Jupiter embraced his consort, to put an end to the pains
and "Do not be afraid" he told her "it will give you no more pain".
He swore by the wave of Styx. Juno appeased allows;
I resume the appearance of before returning what it was.
The hairs fall off her head, the horns go down, her eyes
They get smaller, the muzzle gets shorter, the shoulders and hands
They come back, and the nails are forgiven by dissolving in five each:
nothing remains of the heifer but the whiteness.
The nymph stands up at two feet, but fears speaking
Not to moo and try lost tongue again
Now a mob dressed in linen venerates the goddess.
She is said to later give birth to the seed of Jupiter
Epaphos for the cities venerated in his maternal temples ».

Epafo later became king of Egypt and married Memphis a nymph of the Nile, in whose honor he founded the homonymous city and from whom he had a daughter, Libya, from whom the homonymous region of northern Africa took its name.

In Egyptian mythology she was identified with Isis, goddess of motherhood and fertility.

Dr. Maria Giovanna Davoli

(1) Non-copyrighted image courtesy of Adrian Pingstone (Arpingstone)

Pan mythology

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  • (Greek Pán). God of the woods of the ancient Greek religion depicted as a wild, hairy, horned and goat-legged being is in fact one.
  • There are numerous legends that are told around the figure of the god Pan. Some claim that he was the son of Zeus and Callisto others of.
  • (Πάν). - He is the Greek god of pastoral life or, more generically, of rural life, nature and mountains is not mentioned by Homer and Hesiod: from.
  • PAN: the God of wild nature by Mauro Melon. The god Pan is a Hellenic divinity, part man and part goat, that the myth wants the son of Zeus and.

The god Pan was, in Greek mythology, a non-Olympic deity, half man and half goat. He was usually recognized as the son of the god Hermes and the nymph. , The myth of Pan Pan, son of Zeus and Callisto or of Hermes and the nymph Penelope for whom the Pan (en griego, Πάν) was el semidiós de los pastores y rebaños en la mythología griega. He was especially venerado en Arcadia, to weigh de no contar con grandes. Ez a szócikk Pánról szól. Hasonló címmel lásd még: Nemespann. Pán: Pan szobra (Pompejiből származó lelet) Házastársa: Aega: Élettár Pan, zeu din mythology greacă veche, era fiul lui Hermes și al Dryopei, socotit drept protector al turmelor și al păstorilor. Își avea reședința în Arcadia.

Mild. Pan es lo protector dels pastres and dels tropèls. Es generalament figurat amb de pès de boc and de banas. Se confond sovent amb los satirs (òmes semicabrencs. PAN: the God of wild nature by Mauro Melon The God Pan is a Hellenic divinity, part man and part goat, who according to the myth is the son of Zeus and the nymph. Pan (Gr. Πάν ) mythology Divinity of Greek mythology, god of mountains and rural life. His cult was originally in Arcadia. In the Homeric hymn a. History of classical mythology: Greek and Roman. Detailed records on the following myths: Pallante, Pallantidi, Pan

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  • Pan teaching his eromenos, the shepherd Daphnis, to play the pan flute, Roman copy of Greek original c. 100 BCE, found in Pompeii
  • The origins of the god Pan are far from clear. In fact, there are dozens of hypotheses about the identity of his parents, often conflicting with each other
  • Pan the god of the woods! So, he is in effect a satyr, which means that he has goat horns and buttocks, but his dad is Ermes, so he has.

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Pan, the great fertilizer god - The god Pan, representation of nature in all its wild strength, which then unfairly became a symbol of evil - History and Mythology - The God Pan (Faun in Roman mythology) was, in Greek mythology, a deity non-Olympic, half man and half goat. Was. Pan is a 2015 American fantasy film directed by Joe Wright and written by Jason Fuchs. The film serves as a prequel to Peter and Wendy from Scottish author J. M.

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For some Pan was the son of Zeus and Penelope, for others he was the son of Hermes and the nymph Driope. The certainty is that he was the Greek god of the woods. Pan (en grec Πάν), in Greek mythology, was el déu dels pastors i dels ramats. Pan és el déu de la fertitat i de la sexualitat masculina In this popular song it is said that "the forests will echo with laughter." Pan was precisely the god of hilarity who in the woods enjoyed chasing and a. Chilean pan flute. The pan flute (or syringe) is an aerophone musical instrument, consisting of several pipes of different lengths, tied or glued together. Dionysus was a god with a complex character and in fact, as we have seen, we find him merciful and merciful, for example towards Ariadne, even if he does not.

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  1. Pan (m.kreik. Πάν) oli kreikkalaisessa mytologiassa arkadialainen metsän, laidunten, paimenten, karjan ja hedelmällisyyden jumala. Yleensä hänet on kuvattu.
  2. CHINESE MYTH Read the PAN-KU myth carefully and then tell it briefly in your BOOK OF MYTHS by dividing it into sequences and pasting each image next to the.
  3. El pan (from the Latin panis) el x is a food product made from a meal of cereal flour, water and various condiments, which first comes to rise and then comes.
  4. El pan (Lombard oriental: [pa]) l'è on mangià among the pussee comun and important in del mond. A l'è on impast de farina (de solet de forment, however by voeult anca de.
  5. Karakteristike. Pan je prikazivan s kozjim stražnjim nogama i rogovima, ima ljudsku glavu i torzo, kozji rep, jarčeve uši i bradu, a cijelo mu je tijelo bilo.
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  1. Pan-Ku According to a primitive Chinese myth, at the beginning of time, the universe was shaped like an egg. When the egg broke, a giant, Pan-Ku, emerged from it.
  2. They defend the god Pan from the arrows of the sun. But as soon as the night, calm, surrounded by stars, opens in the silent skies long folds of veils
  3. THE MYTH OF PAN'S FLUTE In a land called GREECE, a peninsula full of mountains, a being half man and half goat lived in the woods. It is said he was the son of.
  4. In the immutable ideal of a simple, pastoral, peasant or wild life, in close contact with the plant and animal world, man has always believed.
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Ino mythology

Ino (gr. ᾽Ινώ) Mythical daughter of Cadmus and Harmony and wife of the Theban king Athamante persecuted the children he had had from Nephele: Elle and Phrysus In Greek mythology, Ino was a girl, daughter of Cadmus and Ariadne. She was also the sister of Agave, Semele and Autonoe. Ino was the wife of Atamante, with whom she had two children: Melicertes and Learco. Ino deeply hated the stepchildren, whom Atamante had had with Nephele, and who were Phrysus and Elle. Then he had Learco and Melicertes from Ino (daughter of Cadmus), who persuaded him to sacrifice his first two sons to Zeus, but Nephele saved them by means of a golden-fleece ram Ino was the second wife of the Minyan king Athamante , mother of Learches and Melicertes and stepmother of Frisso and Helle. She was the second daughter of Cadmus and Harmony and one of the three sisters of Semele, the mortal woman of the house of Cadmus, who gave birth to Dionysus

Ino in the Treccan Encyclopedia

  • ino - [from gr. ἴς ἰνός "fiber"]. - First element of compound words, Italian and Latin, modernly formed in scientific language, with reference to the fibers of animal or vegetable tissues: inocyte, inotropic, etc.
  • Athamante (Gr. ᾿Αϑάμας) Hero of Greek mythology, located in Thessaly and Boeotia. Son of Aeolus, king of Orchomenus in Boeotia, he fathered Phrysus and Elle with Nephele, whom he then divorced. Then he had Learco and Melicertes from Ino (daughter of Cadmus), who persuaded him to sacrifice his first two to Zeus.
  • Athamante (in ancient Greek: Ἀθάμας, Athámas) is a figure of Greek mythology, son of Aeolus (in turn son of Hellenus) and Enarete, he was a Boeotian king. He married Nefele and became the father of Frisso and Elle and later had the sons Learco and Melicertes by Ino. He remarried with Temisto and had by her the children Scheneo, Leucone, Ptoo and Eritri
  • Agave (in ancient Greek: Ἀγαυή) is a character from Greek mythology, daughter of Cadmus king of Thebes and his wife Harmony and has as sisters Ino, Semele and Autonoe and a brother (Polidoro). Bride of Echione, from whom she had Epirus and Pentheus, killed by herself
  • Io (in ancient Greek Ἰώ) is a character from Greek mythology and priestess of Argive Era, daughter of Inaco, river god and king of Argos. Due to her mythological history, Io is often depicted as a young woman with the horns of a cow on her head
  • The myth of Ino and Atamante takes place in the Metamorphoses between the third and fourth books. Athamante, son of Aeolus, married Ino in a second marriage and from their union Learco and Melicertes were born

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  1. HIMENEUS: Greek god of marriage, son of Apollo and a Muse (Calliope, Clio or Urania), or of Magnet and Calliope, or of Dionysus and Aphrodite brother of Ialemo (eponym of lugubrious song) and of Orpheus. Loved by Apollo, by Hesperus, by Tamiri, he was a friend and companion of Eros, the god of love
  2. Autonoe (in ancient Greek: Αὐτονόη) is a character from Greek mythology, daughter of Cadmus and Harmony
  3. INO ('Ινώ, Ino). - Daughter of Cadmus and Harmony, she goes to marry Atamante, king of the Minîs, in Orchomenus, after he has already had Phrysus and Elle from Nefele
  4. Ino paid the messengers to tell the king on their return that the oracle had predicted the sacrifice of Phrysus on the altar of Zeus if he wanted the earth to redeem its fruits. The people revolted and asked to obey the oracle
  5. Note of Mythology on the myth of Cadmus who is the brother of Europa. To find his sister, he consulted the oracle that predicted that he would found a city
  6. But Ino deeply hated the children her lover had had with Nephele, and so she tried to have them killed. To do this, he devised a diabolical plan: he sterilized the seeds with fire, so as to cause a disastrous famine, and then asked Athamante to sacrifice his children to the gods to appease their anger and thus stop the famine
  7. Autonoe (in ancient Greek: Αὐτονόη) is a character from Greek mythology, daughter of Cadmus and Harmony

Ino (ancient Greek: Ἰνώ) is a figure from Greek mythology. She was a mortal woman transformed into a Goddess Ino (in ancient Greek: Ἰνώ) is a figure from Greek mythology. She was a mortal woman transformed into a Goddess. Genealogy. Daughter of Cadmus and Harmony, she was the second wife of Atamante and became the mother of Learco and Melicertes. Mythology. The husband Atamante had two other children from his first wife, Phrixus and Elle whom Ino hated and so he tried to get rid of them by deceiving them.

Mythology. He was killed while still a child by his father who had been driven mad by Hera as a punishment for having welcomed and raised Dionysus, the illegitimate son of Zeus had by Semele, Ino's sister. The father, blinded by madness, mistook the little Learco for a lion (or according to other versions for a fawn) and killed him, while the mother threw herself off a cliff with the other son Melicertes Greek mythology Search among the characters of Greek mythology : Leucotea. Ino, daughter of Cadmus and wife of Athamante. She persuaded her husband to raise little Dionysus together with his sons Learco and Melicertes. Hera, who persecuted the god, punished Atamante and Ino, driving them mad and causing the death of their children - ​​Greek mythology from A to Z She was the second wife of Atamante, who abandoned Nefele for her, to whom he gave Learco and Melicertes . But Ino wanted to get rid of Nefele's children to do what he convinced the women to do. Ino and Melqart · Show more »Mythology of Thebes. The mythology of Thebes is formed by the long series of myths concerning the Greek city. New. Ino and Mythology of Thebes · Show more »Nephele (wife of Athamante) Nephele (Νεφέλη) from, nephos, cloud) is a figure from Greek mythology, a cloud nymph Ino and Greek Mythology · Show more »Louvre Museum The Louvre Museum (in French Musée du Louvre) in Paris, in France, is one of the most famous museums in the world and the third for number of visitors: 7.4 million in 2016

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Athamante, convinced that his wife Ino was dead, married Temisto who gave him twins. Later, however, he learned that Ino was alive, he tracked her down and took her to the palace without revealing her identity, so that she could take care of her children as a nurse.The solution for the definition THE GROOM OF INO was found in our engine of Research. Come and discover the answer on cruciv.i Greek and Latin mythology, Hymenaeus, Inaco, Ino INO: daughter of Cadmus and Harmony, she was the sister of Semele, Agave and Autonoe. She was the second wife of Atamante, who abandoned Nefele for her, to whom she gave Learco and Melicertes

Polidòro (mythology): (Greek Polýdōros Latin Polydōrus), name of at least two heroes of Greek mythology: the son of Cadmus and Harmony whose r .. Ino: the memory of the great poet The words Dante Alighieri used to remember the sad events of Ino and Atamante, cursed by Hera, for having welcomed into their family that Dionysus had by the king of the gods and by Semele, are these :. Dante's Inferno. In the time that Iunone was worried Sébastien Slodtz. As the myth of Ino and Atamante shows us, when the gods are blinded by hatred, tragedy is upon us. The myth. The king of Boeotia Atamante, son of the god Aeolus, married Ino, daughter of Cadmus and Harmony, from their union Learco and Melicertes Ino were born. Ino (Ἰνώ) in Greek mythology, was the daughter of Cadmus and Harmony. New. 173 Ino and Ino · Show more »Greek mythology. Greek mythology was and is the collection and therefore the study of myths belonging to the religious culture of the ancient Greeks and concerning, in particular, their gods and heroes

Mythology. The goddess Era as a punishment for having welcomed and raised Dionysus, the illegitimate son of Zeus had by Semele and Ino's sister, drove the two spouses (Atamante and Ino) mad to get their father to kill Leandro by smashing him on the rocks and for the mother to throw in a boiling cauldron Melicerte. But the mother, coming to her senses, picked up the corpse of her son and threw herself in with him. According to Greek mythology, it was Ino's correspondence, also called Aurora. This goddess was worshiped in Rome near the river port, in the Forum Boarium. Her feast fell on June 11, and only virgin women attended and women who had married only once, and whose husband was not dead., V. 229, Inofc08) and, later sources, besides mentioning it.

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Ino did all the opposite of what she was told and so Themistus killed his own children instead of Ino's. When he realized the mistake, he killed himself in desperation. TEMPE. Τέμπεα, a valley of Thessaly crossed by the river Peneus, located between Mount Olympus and Mount Ossa, was beautiful and luxuriant. Contribute to the site! Inserting the Associate Words and Phrases Example: SUBSCRIBE Other definitions for ino: Raised the little Bacchus, A diminutive suffix, The opposite of. one Other definitions with athamante: She was Athamante's wife. Con loved: Sesto, the Latin poet who loved Cinzia The poet who loved and sang the woman named Selvaggia La Silvia who loved Mars Alexander the Great loved her Ino in Greek mythology, she was the daughter of Cadmus and Harmony. The myth.Ino was the second wife of Athamante. From their union Learco was born. Mythology, letter M. Melicertes, Memnon, Maenads. MELICERTE: son of Atamante and Ino. Athamante was shocked by the contempt that Nefele showed him and, falling in love with Ino, daughter of Cadmus, he secretly led her to his palace at the foot of Mount Lafistio, where she fathered him Learco and Melicertes.

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Mythology. When the son became king of Thebes, he opposed the introduction in the city of the cult of Dionysus (cousin on the mother's side of Pentheus himself), considered too wild and completely devoid of rationality. The god, in revenge, used Agave and Penteus's aunts, Autonoe and Ino, to kill the ruler (Greek Ino). Heroine of Greek mythology, daughter of Cadmus, wife of Atamante and mother of Melicertes. Persecuted by the goddess Hera, she goes mad and kills Melicertes. Then, recovering, she throws herself into the sea, out of desperation, with the corpse of her son. d'Este (Tivoli). Athamante. Athamante (Athámas) is a figure of Greek mythology, son of Aeolus (in turn son of Hellenus) and Enarete (In English), he was a Boeotian king When Hera brought down a terrible drought on the fields of Boeotia, Ino corrupted the ambassadors of the husband who had been sent to interrogate the oracle of Delphi, who brought a false response according to which the god demanded the sacrifice of Phrysus and Elle, the children that Atamante had had from his first wife Nephele Greek mythology Search among the characters from Greek mythology: Ino. Daughter of Cadmus and Harmony, she was the sister of Semele, Agave and Autonoe and mother of Actaeon. She was the second wife of Atamante, who abandoned Nefele for her, to whom he gave Learco and Melicertes

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Mythology. Phriesus, due to jealousy for the stepmother Ino's sister Elle (who had married his father after he divorced his mother) risked being sacrificed with her to appease a famine (always caused by Ino's deceptions) and to avoid it he asked for help. to the mother. Mythology [edit | edit wikitext]. When the son became king of Thebes, he opposed the introduction in the city of the cult of Dionysus (cousin on the mother's side of Pentheus himself), considered too wild and completely devoid of rationality. The god, in revenge, used Agave and Penteo's aunts, Autonoe and Ino, to kill the sovereign Figure of Greek mythology, Melicertes was the son of Atamante and Ino, goddess of the night and brother of Learco. According to the myth, the goddess Hera drove Atamante and Ino mad as punishment for daring to adopt Dionysus, the son of Zeus he had with the hated Semele. For this reason Hera's anger spilled over the two spouses: but according to other legends, Atamante hated his wife Ino because.

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In Greek mythology, Elle and Frisso were the children of Athamante, king of Orchomenus, and of Nephele, the goddess of the clouds. After giving birth to the two brothers, Atamante fell in love with a mortal woman, named Ino, and married her. Nephele, repudiated, returned to heaven, and the curse fell on the house of [Ino was then turned into Leucothea at the behest of the gods. Differently In Roman mythology it is identified with the goddess Mater Matuta, and Leucotea reconnects Ovid, to explain the Roman custom of carrying in her arms to the temple of Mater Matuta on the occasion of the feast of the Matralia. Mythology, letter T. Themist, Keep, Theodamas. TEMISTO: daughter of Ipseo. Athamante, king of Thebes, convinced that his wife Ino, who had gone out on a hunting trip, had been devoured by wild beasts, married Themistus with whom he had four children: Leucone, Eritrio, Scheneo and Ptoo

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4 In Greek mythology, Ino was the daughter of Cadmus, king of Thebes. 5 Jupiter, consenting to the request made by Semele, his lover, to manifest himself with his true aspect, involuntarily caused her death, electrocuting her. 6 Semele's sister. 7 Husband of Ino. 8 The Isthmus of Corinth Characters: Athamante, Learco, Melicertes, Ino, followers of Ino Attributes: crown, cloak, beard, rock, Learco (Atamante) cliff, crown, Melicertes (Ino) birds (Theban companions of Ino). Context: in the background, there is a large rocky promontory overlooking the sea while, in the foreground, the murderous action of Atamante takes place on dry land. Imaginary of symbols, icons, myths, heroes, heraldry, signs, forms, allegories, emblems, colors is a book by Ino Chisesi published by BUR Biblioteca Univ. Rizzoli in the Dictionaries series: buy on IBS for 20.90 € Leucotèa: (Greek Leukothéa, prop. the white goddess), in Greek mythology, name given to Ino after being transformed into a marine divinity Learco in mythology Greek was the son of Atamante and of Ino. Its story is part of the cycle of Thebes narrated for example in Ovid's Metamorphoses. He was killed while still a child by his father who had been driven mad by Juno as a punishment for having welcomed and raised Bacchus, the illegitimate son of Zeus had by the sister of Ino, Semele

Classical mythology: Greek and Roman. The cards of 700 myths. Summary of heroes and characters with names starting with the letters F, G, I. Mythology, letter L. Leucotea, Leucotoe, Libero, Libya, Lica. LEUCOTEA: (see INO). LEUCOTOE: heroine of Greek mythology, daughter of Eurinome and Orcamo, king of Persia. Apollo in love with her entered her rooms with the likeness of his mother and dazzled her with his divine appearance, he obtained the graces. Mythology note for high schools that describes the myth of the god of wine Dionysus, with analysis of the story told on the myth concerning the Greek god Dionysus Translations of the word INO from english to italian and examples of the use of INO in a sentence with their translations: Ino, TERPSlCHORE Subject: mythology. Material and technique: etching / dotted. Measurements: 270 mm. x 167 mm. (figurative part) Historical-critical information: Sculptural group of Ino and Bacchus. Ino, lying on her left side, raises a bunch of grapes with her right hand above the head of Bacchus who, lying on his back in front of her, stretches his arms in an attempt to.

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Still on the left, Tisipone, again represented, hurls on the chest of Ino and Atamante the two snakes that he holds in their respective hands in the upper area, at the top and on the right of Tisifone, three figures of monstrous beings appear, two of which are flying which, together with the Furia, they are engaged in the bloody action Agave (in ancient Greek: Ἀγαυή) is a character of Greek mythology, daughter of Cadmus king of Thebes and his wife Harmony and has as sisters Ino, Semele and Autonoe and a brother (). Echione's wife, from whom she had Epirus and Pentheus, killed by herself .. Mythology. When the son became king of Thebes, he opposed the introduction in the city of the cult of Dionysus (cousin for part of. Title of the work: La Furie et Athams Author: Bernard Salomon Date: 1557 Location: La Métamorphose d'Ovide figurèe , par Jean de Tournes, Lyon Client: Typology: engraving Technique: xylography Main subject: in the center, seated on a throne and crowned, appear on the left Atamante and on the right Ino. On the right the Furia holds a burning torch in her left hand while with the. General category: mythology Identification: Statue of Ino and Bacchus Title: Ino and Bacchus Title proper: Ino and Bacchus Title type: from the print Parallel title: Ino and Bacchus GEOGRAPHIC-ADMINISTRATIVE LOCATION Page 2/8. SIRBeC file SRL - MZ020-00067 LOCATION CURRENT GEOGRAPHICAL-ADMINISTRATIVE In Greek mythology, daughter of Cadmus and Harmony, sister of Semele and wife of Atamante king of Thebes, mother of Learco and Melicertes. She persecuted Phrysus and Elle, the sons of Atamant and had by Nephele to escape his wrath, made mad by Hera, she threw herself into the sea together with her son Melicertes and was transformed into the marine divinity Leucothea

Èlle (mythology) Èlle to escape the persecution of stepmother Ino. The flight of the two brothers is depicted on an Italiot crater of Assteas of the century. IV a. C. The girl's fall into the sea is more frequently represented on Pompeian paintings. (Greek Palaímōn Latin Palaemon-ŏnis) Name of more than one hero of Greek mythology: in addition to a son of Hercules and one of the Argonauts, the son of Ino is remembered: originally it was Melicertes and took the name of Palaemon after being transformed into a sea god Greek mythology Search for characters from Greek mythology: Learco. One of the sons of Ino and Atamante, killed by his father in the fury inspired by Hera, who had not forgiven Ino for having raised Bacchus, whom Zeus had had from one of the many Ino betrayals in Greek mythology, was the daughter of Cadmus and of Harmony. Origin 4: 0 0. ino. Ino (い の 町?) Is a Japanese town in the Kōchi prefecture. Origin 5: 0 0. ino. Daughter of Cadmus and Harmony, second wife of Athamante, from whom she had Learco and Melicertes Greek mythology Search among the characters of Greek mythology: Phrysus. Son of Athamante, king of Orchomenus, and of Nepheles, cloud. Frisso means "rain". When Athamante married Ino, Nefele sent a terrible drought. Ino then persuaded her husband to sacrifice her sister Elle to Zeus Frisso.

Ino in Greco-Roman mythology was the daughter of Cadmus and Harmony. Ino was the second wife of Atamante. Learco and Melicertes were born from their union. Atamante had two other children by Nefele, Frisso and Elle, whom Ino hated and wanted to get rid of. He then convinced the women of the village to put the seeds in the oven. of grain stored for later planting, making sure when. Mythology. In the more familiar variant, Ino, the daughter of Cadmus, sister of Semele, and queen of Athamas, became a goddess after Hera drove her insane as a punishment for caring for the newborn Dionysus. her arms, and out of pity, the Hellenes asserted, the Olympian gods turned them both into sea-gods, transforming Melicertes into Palaemon.

Athamante, son of Aeolus married to Nefele had Frisso and Elle. Dismissed, she married Ino with whom she had other children. Ino jealous of her first child found a ploy to kill him. It happens that Atamante to stop a famine must sacrifice by order of God Phrysus on an altar. So reluctantly he is about to do it when a golden-fleece ram sent by Nephele thanks to the help of. Associated with the name of Bacchus in Roman mythology, Dionysus is the God of affluence, wine, culture and social and civil order.The most widespread legend about the birth of Dionysus is that he is the son of the Goddess Semele. This is a legitimate descendant of Queen Harmony and the king of Thebes, Cadmus

TITLE: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou TYPE: TV RELEASE YEAR: 2015 AUTHOR: Tatsuya Yoshihara GENRES: Ecchi, Fantasy, Harem, Romance, Comedy, Seinen EPISODES: 12 EPISODE DURATION (in minutes): 24 STATUS: Finished PLOT: Three years after the world discovered the existence of monstrous creatures that until then were believed to exist only in tales and mythologies, through the. Greek mythology Search among the characters of Greek mythology: Melicertes. Ino's youngest son, he fell into the sea with his mother. Ino became the goddess Leucothea and Melicertes the god Palaemon. Together they protected the sailors during storms. Sisyphus, king of Corinth, instituted the Isthmian Ino Games in his honor. He married Atamante. Era, to take revenge for the betrayal made Atamante mad: he, meeting his wife with his children, mistook them for deer and attacked them, killing Learco by throwing him against a rock and throwing Melicertes into the sea Polidoro (in ancient Greek: Πολύδωρος, Polýdōros) is a character from Greek mythology and the only son of Cadmus and Harmony, brother of Semele, Ino, Autonoe and Agave. Mythology [edit | edit wikitext

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The names of Europe and Asia appear as early as the seventh century BC. C. in Hesiod's Theogony, in which, however, they correspond to mythological characters. In the tale, Europa was a beautiful woman whom Zeus (Jupiter) fell in love with. He approached her after turning into a white bull. Europa got on his back and he took her to Crete Europa (in ancient Greek: Εὐρώπη, Európē) is a figure of Greek mythology she was princess of Tire and queen of Crete and is the eponymous of the European continent

In a particularly delicate historical moment, where the same European identity is questioned, few remember that the name Europe belongs to the myth. A myth that speaks of oppression and deception, but also of resistance and rebirth. Values ​​that we find at the beginning and at the end of the Second World War The name Europe is linked to a legend narrated by Hesiod, a Greek poet of the sixth century BC. According to this legend, Europa was a beautiful girl with big eyes (hence her name), daughter of Agenore, king of Tire. Zeus fell in love with Europa

According to myth (Greek, of course!), Europe she was a beautiful girl - for those who love kinship, daughter of the Egyptian Agenore and sister of Cadmus, founder of Thebes, of the which perhaps we will happen to talk again - of which Zeus fell in love, always sensitive to feminine charm, and for having it transformed into a magnificent white bull with a black stripe in the middle of the horns The myth of Europe was one of the most represented by artists painters starting right from antiquity. One of his first iconographies dates back to 580 BC. and was found in the temple of Selinunte, in Sicily. The woman is represented together with the bull, in the act of crossing the sea. The name Europa is that of a Phoenician princess kidnapped by Zeus, the father of the Greek gods. The myth tells that in Tire (today in Lebanon), there lived a princess whose name was Europa, daughter of King Agenore. One night Europa had a dream: two Earths, which had assumed the appearance of women, disputed her person The etymology of the name Europa is not certain: according to some it derives from the Semitic word ereb, west, with which the Phoenicians (1500 - about 600 BC) would have indicated all the countries west of Syria, where they lived.The origin of the name Europe is uncertain, generally two interpretations are accepted, both dating back to the mists of time: - the first directly identifies the name of the Old Continent with that of the goddess Europa, one of the conquests of Zeus and mother of Minos, king of Crete, cradle of the first European civilization

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  • In Greek mythology, Europa was the daughter of Agenore king of Tire, an ancient Phoenician city in the Mediterranean-Middle Eastern area. Zeus, falling in love with her, decided to kidnap her and turned into a splendid white bull. While picking flowers by the sea, Europa saw the bull approaching her
  • Name Europe - Origin and meaning From the Greek Euro'pe is a name that refers to a classical and, in part, also ideological matrix. It is taken from the name of the daughter of the Phoenician king Agenore who was kidnapped by Zeus turning into a bull and brought to Crete and from which the name of the homonymous continent will derive
  • (Greek Eurṓpē Latin Eurōpa), mythical Greek heroine, daughter of Phoenix. Zeus turned into a bull to approach her and kidnapped her carrying her on the back.From Zeus Europa he had three children: Minos, who will become the king of Crete, Radamante and Sarpedonte
  • The origin of the name Europa The toponym Europa is of uncertain origin. The most accredited theory is that it derives from the ancient Greek εὐρύς (eurus), which means wide and ὤψ / ὠπ- / ὀπτ- (ōps / ōp - / opt-), which means eye, face, therefore Eurṓpē, wide gaze, wide d 'appearance
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  • The origins of Europe By Jacques Le Goff Friday, 08 May 2009 17:33 Print. If Europe, mythology. It is at that time that the myth of the nymph Europa spread, kidnapped in the East by the ruler of the Greek gods, Zeus, who transports her to the West.

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  1. Looking at the map, we can see that Europe constitutes the western extremity of the great Eurasian continental block: this is where its name derives. In fact, Europe comes from ..
  2. and with which the Greeks designated the Vituli (or Viteli), a population that lived in the extreme tip of our peninsula, the region south of today's Catanzaro, who worshiped the simulacrum of a calf (vitulus, in Latin). The name means inhabitants of the land of calves
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  4. The myth of the abduction of Europa is the legendary foundation of migration from East to West, from Tire to Crete, from one culture to another. In 1610 Galileo, scanning the sky, discovered four of the sixty-seven satellites of Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system. One of these was called Europe

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The name Europe, from that moment, indicated the lands located north of the Mediterranean Sea. Its name would therefore seem to derive from the union of εὐρύς (eurus), broad and ōp eye, with the meaning of broad gaze, even if this interpretation appears somewhat forced Italy: a name with very ancient roots, which flow into myth and legend between bulls and fiery sunsets. Numerous researches and interpretations by scholars of every epoch are numerous and many are the origins of a name that was definitively established before Christ, at the end of the Roman Republic The myth of Europe on money Greek 2 euro The mythological tale tells that Europa was a Phoenician princess, daughter of Agenore and Telefessa. Zeus, having seen her on the beach picking flowers together with her companions, falls in love with them, so much so that he asks Hermes to bring the oxen of Europa's father towards that place, so as not to make anyone suspicious

Myths of nature of origin. Each origin myth is a creation story: origin myths describe how a new reality arose. [1] In many cases, origin myths also justify the established order by explaining that it was established by sacred forces [1] (see Social Function section below). The distinction between cosmogonic myths and myths of origin is not clear. Myths against the light. Mythology as seen by a psychopathologist Lusetti Volfango, 2009, Armando Editore: The myth of Europe. From kidnapped girl to continent. Catalog of the 2002 exhibition, Giunti Editore: Greek and Latin Myths and Mythology. The imaginative fables of pagan religion Pipitone Giorgio, 2005, Carello: The origins of evil in Indian mythology - Greek mythology - Myth of Io: how the peacock's tail was generated and where the name of the Ionian Sea originated Twenty years ago, when the danger of abstention worried governments more than it does now, in some countries a poster circulated with a bull ridden by a busty and discreet young lady, inviting voters to vote for the imminent renewal of the Parliament of Strasbourg. The iconography, a bit current but at the same time cultured, referred to the Greek myth of Europe, the. .

It was then Minos who became heir to the throne and his reign was in turn the origin of myths and legends, among which the best known is that of the Minotaur. Europa also had three gifts from Zeus, on which there are different and multiple hypotheses of what they symbolize: Talos (the bronze man), Laelaps (the guardian dog) and a javelin that, when thrown, always hit the target The recent vote negative of France and Holland on the constitutional treaty, the enlargement of the European Union to 10 new Eastern European countries and the debate, albeit difficult in Italy, on the opening of negotiations for the accession of Turchi Florence, Uffizi Gallery, 11 June 2002 - 6 January 2003. The exhibition aims to bring to the attention of the public, through the myth of the Phoenician girl kidnapped by Jupiter in the form of a bull and transported to Crete, the very ancient origin of the name of Europa.The legend has been variously interpreted by the ancients and moderns, while from the name of its protagonist - of Semitic origin. Der größte DeaI in der Geschichte von HöhIe Der Löwen. Verpassen Sie nicht diese einmaIige GeIegenheit

The myth of Europa: the queen of Crete Europa (in Greek Εὐρώπη, the etymology is uncertain, but it is believed to derive from the myths connected to the primordial divinity of the Great Mother) was the daughter of the king of Tire, Agenor, in turn the son of Poseidon and Libya. One day the girl was with some maids along [Origin: Mesopotamian Key word: wild Lucky number: 9 - Find out the meaning of the number Nine Color: Orange - Find out the meaning of the color Orange Stone Symbol: Amber Metal: Gold Name: name adhespota (1 November or 19 February) Corresponding zodiac sign: Vergin The important exhibition that opens on 10 June at the Uffizi, in the exhibition rooms on the first floor, intends to bring to the attention of the public, through the myth of the Phoenician girl kidnapped by Jupiter in the form of a bull and transported to Crete, the very ancient origin of the name of Europa

On the other hand, two hypotheses on the origin of the name Procida are closely linked to the myth: according to the historian Dionysius of Halicarnassus it derives from the name of a nurse of Aeneas, who died in. The word Atlas has a mythological origin and derives from the proper name of one of the Titans. The Titans were children of Uranus the Sky, and Gaea the Earth Mother, and Atlas was one of them. The Titans, who presided over the order of the world, could hardly bear the rule of Zeus. They therefore waged a hard fight against him to take over Olympus. The girl was the daughter of the Phoenician king Agenore and sister of Cadmus, founder of Thebes. One day, while playing on the seashore with his companions, Zeus fell in love with her beauty and resorted to one of her metamorphoses to approach it.On February 22, 1512, Amerigo Vespucci died, navigator, cartographer and merchant who studies credit as the one who he gave his name to America, though not by choice: he told it.

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The recent research that debunks the myth of the strong Nordic people: the Vikings had blood and origins of Southern Europe by Monia Sangermano 18 September 2020 10:58 By Monia Sangermano 18. Myths about the origin of the earth! Cagiva mito sp and mito amore psyche One should add myths origin of the world myth of orpheus canticle creature saint francis of assisi analysis text myth of atlantis, cagiva myth club myth europe area myth com myths african migraine cures Perseus and the Medusa - Greek myths The myth of Europe: where does the name of the EU come from 21 March 2019. The myth of Europe is one of the most famous in Greek mythology. The legend, in fact, first handed down in oral form, was transcribed by the greatest ancient writers, as Homer and Hesiod (8th century BC) respectively in the Iliad and in the Theogony. Origin and history of corn. The etymology of the word corn is unclear. After the discovery of the Americas, corn quickly reached Europe, Africa and Asia. As soon as it arrived in Europe, corn was grown only in the gardens of Andalusia, France and Italy

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The name Europe probably derives from the Assyrian Ereb which means Land of the dark: in fact, for the civilizations of the Near East the land .. Diabolik - The origins of the myth :: ComicsBox. La Gazzetta has announced the series of attachments Paperinik - The origins of the myth, which will propose a chronological selection of the stories of the Masked Duck. Myth - Origin and function - kenshiro-kasumi. the origins of the raryuban myth According to a further version of the myth, the columns were actually the remains of the Calpe mountains in Gibraltar and Abila in Ceuta, at the origin of the separation between Europe and Africa, destroyed by Hercules in a moment of anger At first glance, this myth could underline the eastern origin of the name Europe. Do not forget that he seemed to warn the Greeks that the land where they lived owes its name to the peoples of the East. It was their idea to call us 'Europe', the 'land where the sun sets', 'the West'. One of the most fascinating, complex and elaborate myths of ancient history is undoubtedly the one referring to the founding of Rome. In fact, the ancient Roman religious tradition does not limit itself to describing contemporary events with the mythical furrow, the famous pomerium, traced by Romulus on 21 April 753 BC, but has delivered

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ThE VoiCe KaRol WojTyLa Publisher: I.P.S.S.E.O.A. Karol Wojtyla Dr. Daniela Di Piazza, Director in charge: Dr. Lella Battiato, Court of Catania. Greek mythology: birth and characteristics. Characters and names of mythology, divinities, tales and complete summary of Greek mythology The etymology of the name Italy has been the subject of reconstructions not only by linguists, but also by historians, traditionally attentive to the question not always, however, we find ourselves in the face of etymologies in the strict sense, but rather of hypotheses that are based on considerations extraneous to the specifically linguistic reconstruction of the name, and which over time have formed a rich man. EUROPE. Princess Europa, daughter of the king of the Phoenicians, met a wonderful white bull on the beach who prostrated himself before her. He seemed so meek that she decided to ride him. But, as soon as he got on, the bull jumped into the sea and took Europa with him to the island of Crete

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The wind rose, according to the ancient Greeks, was centered on the island of Zakynthos.In this simple reference article we will see which currents blow in the Mediterranean and therefore. The birth of the myth of Poseidon As the famous writer Hesiod tells us, the myth of Poseidon begins in conjunction with the affirmation of Zeus and the other gods who will rule Olympus. Poseidon, son of Cronus and Rhea, together with the brothers Hades, Estia, Demeter and Hera, were swallowed by their father who was afraid of losing the throne, but Zeus with the help of his mother Hera, managed to escape

The second myth can illuminate the origins of European culture. It tells of a princess daughter of the king of Tire or Sidon, called Europa, who, while playing on the Mediterranean beach with her companions, was admired by Jupiter The myth of Europa reminds us that a global perspective in education oriented to social justice and founded on a critical and postcolonial perspective, it can and must find roots in local communities, territories, collective networks of meaning

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AFC Ajax, origin and myth of the lancers' coat of arms. Maurizio Puzzo. Home. Headings Coats of arms. Amsterdam, the city of a thousand canals and multiculturalism, Arrived in the modern era of football, like many other clubs throughout Europe, the Lancers have made a restyling That the interpretation of myth as a mirror of our history is essential, I have always said and repeated. But now, according to recent studies, the origins of the myths seem to be much older than previously thought. They lead us to the prehistory of man, even to the mysterious times of the Paleolithic, the Stone Age The origin of the myths "Myth" is a word of Greek origin (mythos) and means story, narration The myth reflects the experiences and the way to think of a people: it is a form of knowledge The myth sets the norms of the social and moral behavior of a people All ancient peoples have elaborated myths To try to respond to Capricorn. Tenth, the last zodiac sign of the solar year is Capricorn. In the annual cycle Capricorn represents the longest night and shortest day, while Cancer celebrates the triumph of light, so Capricorn in the second half of the year instead symbolizes entry into deep darkness and darkness. Capricorn, according to Greek mythology, is represented. Sea Myths and Legends # 1 - Tales from Europe. 17 September 2014 mareofficialsocial Leave a comment. The sad name of the Aegean Sea (Greek mythology) Aegean, son of Pandion and father of the great Greek hero Theseus, was king of Athens

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We continue our journey within the European roots trying to first reconstruct the origin of the myth through this image. This panel will be exhibited at Palazzo della Corgna on the occasion of the inauguration of the Europe office for citizens on April 29th at 12.00. Click here to discover the complete program of events The main myths about the origin of the Earth Myth of the Phoenicians In the beginning there was only the dark and windy chaos. These blind winds overlapped one another, forming a kind of love knot whose nature was desire. For an eternity of time, Desiderio fell into a watery mud called Mot Il myth of Europe has very ancient origins. The first written traces of this legendary history seem to date back to the eighth century BC. It is said that Europe, Phoenician princess, daughter of the King of Tire, who was seduced by Zeus, under the guise of a white bull Europa, who will become the first queen of Crete by marrying Asterion, will have at least three children from the divine serial predator, including Minos who will give rise to the Cretan civilization. Since then, in his honor, the name Europa indicates the lands north of the Aegean Sea MYTH AND REALITY THE ORIGINS OF EVIL Why does evil exist, which torments us men? The ancient Greeks tried to give their own answer to this existential question. Below I report.

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The antiquity of the nation. The myth of the origins of the Italian people from the Risorgimento to Fascism, Book by Antonino De Francesco. Free shipping. Buy it on! Published by Franco Angeli, History Library series, September 2020, 9788835106531 There is another myth about the origin of the vine and wine, belatedly reported by the Latin poet Ovid: Bacchus fell in love with a young man named Ampelo (which means vine) , who was the son of a satyr and a nymph and who lived on Ismaro, a mountain in Thrace renowned for the quality of its vines Zeus, the king of the Gods, saw Europa while she was playing with her companions on the beach of Sidon, or of Tire, of which his father was king. Inflamed with love for his beauty, he turned into a bull of and also on Cadmus culture, cosmogony, europe, ovid from the site It tells the Greek myth that Zeus saw Europe one day while collecting flowers in a meadow near the coast Phoenician and fell in love with it. To make her his, he transformed into a domestic bull, white and perfumed with saffron, who approached the girl inviting her to climb on his back and lay at her feet. A specter wanders around Europe. The myth of Jewish Bolshevism PDF. A specter haunts Europe. The Myth of Jewish Bolshevism ePUB. A specter haunts Europe. The myth of Jewish Bolshevism MOBI. The book was written 2019. Look for a book of A specter roams Europe. The myth of Jewish Bolshevism on

Four thousand years between myth, history, geography and religion Europe: the name identifies a continent, a community, a culture and a way of life, however, before anything else, it represented a Greek mythological figure. The name of the old continent appears in history for the first time under the guise of a beautiful girl from [Pareidolia as a key word both for the perception of the man and the artist and the need to make the incomprehensible understandable, and for the study of the anthropology of the myth, the origin. Few remember that its history has very ancient origins, which dates back to the myth narrated by Homer, and then by Hesiod and Ovid, that the tale of Europa speaks of metamorphosis and kidnapping and of.

I: daughter of Inaco, first king of Argos and god-river, and of Melia sister of Foroneo, of Egialeo and of Fegeo. Traditions differ on the person of the father: now they indicate as father Iaso, son of Triopa, now Pyrene, son of Glauco king of Corinth but they all agree to make her a daughter of Inaco.
The beautiful Io, princess of Argos and priestess of Argive Era, was loved by Zeus.The god, upon whom Iunge, daughter of Pan and Echo, had cast a spell, fell in love with Io and, when Hera accused him of infidelity and transformed Iunge into a stone statue or a bird to punish her, he lied never having touched me. From this myth arises the "Oath of Aphrodite", according to which perjuries in matters of the heart have no value. The young woman dreamed many times of Zeus who in the night whispered an invitation to follow him and to lie with him on the shores of Lake Lerna. When Io told his father these dreams, he consulted the oracles of Delphi and Dodona who, after some evasive answers, told him to remove his daughter forever from his land, if he did not want his people to be destroyed by the lightning bolts of Zeus. . As he left Inaco's house, Zeus anointed the young woman, and Hera soon got wind of the adventure. Then, to save Io from his wife's jealousy, Zeus transformed Io into a beautiful white heifer, but Hera claimed its property and entrusted it to Argos of a hundred eyes to keep it. According to another version, Hera herself, jealous of the girl, transformed her into a cow, and Zeus approached her in the form of a bull: only then Hera entrusted her to Argos. Zeus, however, moved with pity, gave Hermes the task of freeing Io from the too watchful keeper. Hermes fell asleep with the sound of the flute Argos and killed him. Era changed it into a peacock, studding his tail with Argos's eyes. Even the death of Argos did not give Ino peace of mind because the implacable goddess infuriated the heifer by a gadfly, which tormented her relentlessly made her wander in search of liberation.
She first reached Dodoma, where the prophetic oak greeted her future bride of Zeus, and then to the sea that took the name of Ionian of lпїЅ to the north up to Mount Emo beyond the Danube delta, circled around the Black Sea, she crossed the Cimmerian Bosphorus and, having gone up the Ibriste river to its source, arrived in the Caucasus where Prometheus chained to a cliff predicted the events that awaited her. He returned to Europe passing through Colchis, the land of the Calibi and the Thracian Bosphorus, always galloping through Asia Minor to Tarsus and Joppa, then passed through Media, reached Bactria and India, and cut through the southern part of Arabia, through the Indian Bosphorus (the Bab-al-Mandab strait) touched Ethiopia. She then came down from the sources of the Nile, where the Pygmies fight relentlessly against the cranes, and finally found peace in Egypt where, in the city of Canopus, Zeus found her, restored her human form and, touching her with one hand, procreated her son. Epaphos ("touched by Zeus"), who according to Herodotus was the sacred ox of the Egyptians, Apis. Others claim that I begat Epaphos in a Euboean cave called the Boosaule. He had managed to kidnap him and entrusted him to the Curetes to hide him. He hid it so well that I could not find it. Then Zeus intervened and killed the Curetes, and Io went back to looking for his son. He found him raised by the wife of the king of Byblos in Syria, took him back and brought him back to Egypt. When he became an adult, Epapos reigned over Egypt, succeeding his adoptive father Telegono. He founded a city in the place where he was born calling it by the name of his wife, Memphis, a daughter of the Nile, who gave him Libya and Lisianassa.
Others tell a completely different story. They say that Inachus, the son of Iapetus, reigned over Argos and founded the city of Iopolis (since Io is the name by which the Moon was venerated in Argos) and named the daughter Io in honor of the Moon. Zeus Pico, king of the West, sent his servants to kidnap Io and abused her. After giving birth to a daughter of Zeus called Libya, Io took refuge in Egypt but as a result of that, Hermes, son of Zeus, reigned, he continued his flight to Mount Silpius in Syria, where he died of pain and shame. Inaco sent his brothers in search of Io, with orders not to return without her. Led by Trichonius, they knocked at every door shouting: "May the spirit of Io find peace!" until they reached Mount Silpio, where the shadow of a cow turned to them saying: "Here I am, I am". They then thought that Io was buried there and founded a second Iopolis, now called Antioch. In remembrance of Io, the Iopolitans knock on the doors of their neighbors every year, uttering the ancient cry of her brothers, and the Argives also mourn for it every year.

IOBATE: king of Lycia, he plays an important part in the legend of Acrisius and in that of Bellerophon.
Preto, expelled from the kingdom of Argos by his twin brother Acrisius, took refuge in the court of Iobates and married his daughter Antea, also called Stenebea. He then returned to Argolis at the head of a Lycian army to uphold his right to succession. A bloody battle ensued, but since neither side succeeded in prevailing, Preto and Acrisio agreed to divide the kingdom: Acrisius reigned in Argos and Preto in Tirinto. Meanwhile, having believed that Bellerophon had wanted to seduce his wife, he was inflamed with anger but nevertheless did not want to attract the revenge of the Moiras by killing a suppliant with his own hands, and sent Bellerophon to Antea's father, Iobates, with a sealed letter saying to put him to death.
Iobates, equally reluctant to kill a guest, asked Bellerophon to kill the Chimera because it was giving into raids in its territory. Bellerophon consulted the seer Poliido, who advised him to capture and tame the winged horse Pegasus. The hero managed to overwhelm the Chimera by swooping down on her on Pegasus's horse, piercing her with arrows and then driving a piece of lead that he had stuck on the tip of the spear between her jaws. The chimera's fiery breath melted the lead that slid down her throat and burned her vital organs.
Iobates, however, far from rewarding Bellerophon for his daring enterprise, sent him immediately to fight against the warlike Solimi and their allies, the Amazons Bellerophon defeated them all then, in the Lycian plain where the Xanto River flows, he vanquished a band of pirates. led by a certain Chimarro. Since Iobates showed no gratitude and rather ambushed the palace guards to surprise him on his return, Bellerophon dismounted and prayed to Poseidon so that, as he advanced on foot, he would flood the Xanto plain behind him. Poseidon listened to the plea and sent huge waves across the plain. And as no man could induce Bellerophon to stop, the Xantie women lifted their skirts to their belts and rushed towards him in that outfit, offering themselves to his pleasure if only he would desist from advancing. Bellerophon immediately turned on his heel and ran away and the waves retreated with him.
Convinced by now that Preto was wrong about the attempted violence against Antea's virtue, Iobates showed Bellerophon the letter from his son-in-law and asked him what had happened. Knowing the truth, he begged the forgiveness of the young man, gave him his daughter Filonoe in marriage and, dying, handed him the kingdom of Lycia.

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