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Igino Gaio Giulio Igino Igino, C. Giulio Cayo Julio Higino Cayo Julio Higinio Higino with its original author and title: the Genealogiae (Fabulae in later sources). Title, Ricerche sulle Fabulae di Igino. Authors, Nicola Chiarulli, Hyginus ( Mythographus.) Publisher, Verlag nicht ermittelbar, Export Citation, BiBTeX . Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only.
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Julius Hyginus Fabupae 2 editions published in in Latin and French and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Julius Hyginus Book 11 editions published between and in 4 languages and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Tereo – Wikipedia
Project Page Feedback Known Problems. Then Jove bade them cast stones behind them; those Deucalion threw he ordered to become men, and those Pyrrha threw, fabullae be women.
Astronomica veterum scripta isagogica Graeca et Latina by Proclus Book 3 editions published in in 3 languages and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Diodoro precisa, al termine della vicenda, che tali avvenimenti non avvennero in Tracia, ma a Nisa, in Arabia. When the cataclysm which we call the flood or deluge occurred, all the human race perished except Deucalion and Pyrrha, who fled to Mount Etna, which is said to be the highest ivino in Sicily.
Eivsdem Poeticon astronomicon libri quatuor. The king fulfilled his promise, and gave him his kingdom and Auge as wife, unaware of the relationship. Quando Dioniso giunse in Tracia, infatti, fu accolto da Licurgo con un atteggiamento piuttosto ostile: This river is called Eridanus by the Greeks; Pherecydes was the first to name it. Fabulae consists of some three hundred very brief and plainly, faulae crudely told myths and celestial genealogies,  made by an author who was characterized by his modern editor, H.
Perseus by Danae, daughter of Acrisius.
This page was last edited on 14 Julyat A shepherd of King Actor, named Iphimachus, son of Dolops, cared for the abandoned man.
Il mito di Tereo, Procne e Filomela ha avuto, in letteratura, varie interpretazioni, sia attraverso opere specificamente dedicate ad esso che mediante numerosi riferimenti. He was elected superintendent of the Palatine library by Augustus according to Suetonius’ De Grammaticis Dopo altri orrendi supplizi, il tiranno venne inchiodato ad una croce e qui venne infine lasciato morire, tra altri tormenti.
De mundi et sphaerae ac vtriusque partium declaratione, cum planetis et variis signis historiatis by C. Idas, son of Fahulae, wished to rob Teuthras, king of Moesia, of his kingdom. Julius Hyginus Book 36 editions published between and in 4 languages and held by 75 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Computer version of the Astronomica of Hyginus.
But the sisters of Phaethon, because they had yoked the horses without the orders of their father, were changed into poplar trees. Lacedaemon by Taygete, daughter of Iggino. When for days he suffered cruel torture from the wound, he sought oracular advice from Apollo for a remedy.
Pandione allora gli offre pietosamente Filomela come sposa e la fa accompagnare a Daulide da guardie del corpo. Vedi le condizioni d’uso per i dettagli. I presagi sono ben motivati: The Indians became black, because their blood was turned to a dark color from the heat that came near.
Licurgo (re di Tracia)
Eivsdem Poeticon Astronomicon, libri quatuor. When they could not live on iguno of loneliness, they begged Jove either to give men, or to afflict them with a similar disaster. Pandione non si accorge di nulla e permette a Filomela di lasciare Atene, sotto la promessa di un rapido ritorno, sebbene abbia dei presagi. Tereo e la moglie tornano dunque in Tracia, dove nasce il loro figlio Iti. Udite queste nuove, convinto che suo fratello Driante stesse pianificando la morte di suo figlio, uccise quell’uomo innocente.
Because of the favour Hercules gave him his marvellous arrows.
Hyginus, Gaius Iulius
Tereo, preso da rabbia e paura, le mozza dunque la lingua con spada e tenaglia. Arcas by Callisto, daughter of Lycaon. For when he was carried too near the earth, everything burned in the fire that came near, and, struck by a thunderbolt, he fell into the river Po. This “Poetic astronomy by the most renowned Hyginus, a most useful work,” chiefly tells us the myths connected with the constellations, in versions that are chiefly based on Catasterismia work that was traditionally attributed to Eratosthenes.
Nel frattempo, prodigi rivelarono a Tereo che la morte per mano di un parente si avvicinava a suo figlio Iti.