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Cupid

(Desire) Roman God of love, son of Venus and possibly of Vulcan, the fire god. Cupid is usually represented as a winged boy or fat baby, often blindfolded to denote his irresponsible nature, and carrying a bow and arrows, used to shoot his victims. Cupid is a Roman adaptation of the Greek god Eros. He was of no great importance except to writers...


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Deification

In mythology, the process of bestowing upon a mortal the status of a god; also, the process a mortal goes through to transform into a god. Deification could be granted by a god, such as Zeus or Jupiter, to a worthy mortal or to a hero who was half mortal and half god, such as Heracles. It could also be granted by members...


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Allah

The Arabic word for GOD; specifi cally, the designation for God in ISLAM. The basic Islamic attitude to God is given in the profession of faith: "There is no god but God [Allah]." Islam emphasizes the unity of God. In doing so, it explicitly rejects as polytheistic Christian notions that God is a TRINITY and that JESUS was divine. In Islam, God is the...


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Anselm

(c. 1033–1109) a medieval Christian thinker Anselm was a BENEDICTINE monk (see MONKS AND NUNS) who rose to become archbishop of CANTERBURY, the most important Christian leader in England. After he died, the Roman Catholic Church offi cially declared him a SAINT. He is venerated on April 21, the date of his death. Anselm is remembered most for the way he tried to prove...


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Baal

The most important god of the ancient Canaanites. The BIBLE records confl icts between the priests of Baal and prophets of the Israelite god YHWH ("the Lord"). Texts from ancient Ugarit discovered in the 20th century present the god in a more positive light. Baal is actually a general word meaning "lord." In religious contexts, the specifi c lord in question is usually the Canaanite...


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Silvanus

Roman An ancient god of northern Italy and then of the Romans. Silvanus was, in his earliest form, a god of uncultivated lands, of forests and woods, fields and flocks. People believed that he either lived among the mysterious forces of these places or was himself one of those mysterious forces. Later, people came to worship Silvanus as a god of agriculture, a rural...


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Solar system

The Sun, known also as Sol, named after a Roman god, and the astronomical bodies that orbit it. In modern times, the English names for six of the planets are Roman gods and the names for two of the planets are Greek gods. (Earth is an Old English word that refers to the planet we live on.) These gods are Mercury—The Roman god of...


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Summanus

Roman God of the night; specifically, the god who sent thunder and lightning during the night, as opposed to Jupiter, who sent these forces of nature during the day. Perhaps one of the many gods of the dead. Summanus was most likely a god of the Sabines who was later brought into the religions of the people of Rome. A temple on the Aventine...


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Alcippe

Greek Daughter of the war god Ares and the nymph Aglauros. Halirrhothius, a son of the sea god Poseidon, ravished Alcippe. Ares killed Halirrhothius for this crime....


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B oran, four à p ain L 'année dispose d e plusieurs types d efours à p ain : Lespinasse, Geneste, Herscher et Somasco et Gode/le.

||B oran, four à p ain L 'année dispose d e plusieurs types d efours à p ain : Lespinasse, Geneste, Herscher et Somasco et Gode/le....


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Deification In mythology, the process of bestowing upon a mortal the status of a god; also, the process a mortal goes through to transform into a god.

Deification In mythology, the process of bestowing upon a mortal the status of a god; also, the process a mortal goes through to transform into a god. Deification could be granted by a god, such as Zeus or Jupiter, to a worthy mortal or to a hero who was half mortal and half god, such as Heracles. It could also be granted by members...


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Fons (Fontus) Roman The god of springs and fountains.

Fons (Fontus) Roman The god of springs and fountains. Little is known today about this god, though an important festival, the Fontinalia, was celebrated on October 13 in the ancient Roman calendar. Archaeologists have uncovered several temples dedicated to Fons in Rome. Juturna, an ancient Roman goddess of springs and fountains, was Fons' mother, according to some Roman historians. ...


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Summanus - Mythology.

Summanus - Mythology. Roman God of the night; specifically, the god who sent thunder and lightning during the night, as opposed to Jupiter, who sent these forces of nature during the day. Perhaps one of the many gods of the dead. Summanus was most likely a god of the Sabines who was later brought into the religions of the people of Rome. A temple on...


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Sola r system - Mythology.

sola r system - Mythology. The Sun, known also as Sol, named after a Roman god, and the astronomical bodies that orbit it. In modern times, the English names for six of the planets are Roman gods and the names for two of the planets are Greek gods. (Earth is an Old English word that refers to the planet we live on.) These gods...


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Silvanus Roman An ancient god of northern Italy and then of the Romans.

Silvanus Roman An ancient god of northern Italy and then of the Romans. Silvanus was, in his earliest form, a god of uncultivated lands, of forests and woods, fields and flocks. People believed that he either lived among the mysterious forces of these places or was himself one of those mysterious forces. Later, people came to worship Silvanus as a god of agriculture, a rural...


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Pantheon Greek and Roman In mythology, pantheon refers to all the gods of a people, particularly those considered to be the most prominent or most powerful.

pantheon Greek and Roman In mythology, pantheon refers to all the gods of a people, particularly those considered to be the most prominent or most powerful. The Romans used different names for many of the Greek Olympian Gods whose cults they brought to Italy, but the stories of the gods and goddesses, as told by the poets and historians, are very similar. Greek gods/ R...


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Nereus (Old Man of the Sea) Greek A sea god depicted as a very old man.

Nereus (Old Man of the Sea) Greek A sea god depicted as a very old man. His special dominion was the Aegean Sea. Nereus had 50 daughters, the Nereids, or sea Nymphs. ...


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Nereus (Old Man of the Sea) Greek A sea god depicted as a very old man.

Nereus (Old Man of the Sea) Greek A sea god depicted as a very old man. His special dominion was the Aegean Sea. Nereus had 50 daughters, the Nereids, or sea Nymphs. ...


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Maenads Greek The crazed women who followed the god Dionysus.

Maenads Greek The crazed women who followed the god Dionysus. (See also Bacchants, which was their Latin name.) ...


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Bigot, ote adj.

bigot, ote adj. et n. (anc. angl. bî God «par Dieu»). Péj. Qui s'adonne aux pratiques religieuses d'une manière excessive, bornée et souvent hypocrite. ...


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