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Deianira

Greek Daughter of Oeneus, king of Calydon, sister of Meleager. She became the second wife of the hero Heracles and unwittingly caused his death. Deianira killed herself in despair at what she had done to Heracles....


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Doris

(Bounty) Greek An Oceanid, or ocean Nymph; one of the eldest daughters of the Titans Oceanus and Tethys; herself considered a secondgeneration Titan. Doris, as a sea nymph, married the Titan sea god Nereus and with him was the mother of the group of sea nymphs known as the Nereids. Doris was sometimes associated with the bountiful fishing grounds commonly found at the mouths of...


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Erigone

Greek Daughter of King Icarius of Attica in ancient Greece, the area of the southeastern mainland where modern Athens now stands. Drunken shepherds killed her father and buried him. Erigone and her faithful dog, Maera, set out in search of the vanished king. When Erigone discovered the tomb of Icarius, she was grief-stricken and hanged herself from a nearby tree. The gods transformed her into...


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Eunomia

(Order) Greek A goddess of order and lawful conduct and one of the three Horae, guardians of the seasons, with her sisters Dike (Justice) and Eirene (Peace). She was the daughter of Zeus and Themis. Eunomia involved herself in the law-making process, helping mankind establish wise laws that allowed societies to prosper. Cities would lay claim to her, bragging that she chose to dwell...


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Niobe

Greek The daughter of Tantalus; wife of Amphion, king of Thebes. She was the mother of 12 children and the personification of maternal sorrow. She was unwise enough to boast about her numerous children and was heard by the goddess Leto, who had only two children. Those children were the formidable twins Apollo and Artemis, however, and they punished Niobe by slaying all of her...


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Phaedra

Greek Daughter of Minos of Crete and of Pasiphaë; sister of Ariadne and Androgeus; wife of Theseus, king of Athens. The love goddess Aphrodite caused Phaedra to fall in love with her chaste young stepson, Hippolytus. The youth fled from her in horror and Phaedra killed herself, leaving a letter to her husband accusing Hippolytus of trying to violate her. Theseus then caused the...


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Virgo

(Virgin) Greek One of the constellations; sixth sign of the Zodiac, named for the maiden Erigone, who hanged herself from a tree after finding the grave of her murdered father, Icarius of Attica. The gods took Erigone up to the heavens and transformed her into the constellation Virgo....


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Antigone

Greek In Greek mythology, the daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta; sister of Eteocles and Polynices. Antigone accompanied her blind father when he went into exile. Her two brothers killed each other in the war of the Seven Against Thebes. King Creon of Thebes forbade the burial of the rebel Polynices. Antigone disobeyed the king's order and performed her brother's burial service herself. In one...


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Arachne

(Spider) Greek The daughter of Idmon of Colophon in Lydia (Asia Minor). Arachne was a skillful weaver. Marveling at her work, people The god Apollo stands tall and strong in this Roman copy, created in the second century A.D., of a Greek statue which was made in the fourth century B.C. This statue is in the Vatican Museum. (Photograph by Marie-Lan Nyugen.) Arachne 15 said that she...


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Arcadia

Greek In ancient Greece, the central plateau of the Peloponnesus, surrounded by and dissected by mountains. It was inhabited mostly by shepherds and hunters who worshiped Pan and other nature gods. In the myth of Demeter, the corn goddess turns herself into a mare and hides in a herd owned by King Oncus of Arcadia. Nevertheless, the amorous sea god Poseidon discovers her....


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Arion

Greek The swiftest of all horses, possibly winged. He was born from the union between Demeter (who changed herself into a mare) and the sea god Poseidon, who changed himself into a stallion. Arion belonged first to the hero Heracles, and then to Adrastus, king of Argos. In the war called the seven against Thebes, Adrastus was the only one to survive, thanks to...


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Self-Portrait with Small Monkey - - art.

Self-Portrait with Small Monkey - - art. Twentieth-century Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is best known for her very personal self-portraits. In these works she depicts herself impassively staring at the viewer, often surrounded by references to the painful circumstances of her life. Kahlo also celebrated her Mexican identity in her artwork by using a painting style based on native popular art...


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Doris (Bounty) Greek An Oceanid, or ocean Nymph; one of the eldest daughters of the Titans Oceanus and Tethys; herself considered a secondgeneration Titan.

Doris (Bounty) Greek An Oceanid, or ocean Nymph; one of the eldest daughters of the Titans Oceanus and Tethys; herself considered a secondgeneration Titan. Doris, as a sea nymph, married the Titan sea god Nereus and with him was the mother of the group of sea nymphs known as the Nereids. Doris was sometimes associated with the bountiful fishing grounds commonly found at the mouths of...


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Deianira - Mythology.

Deianira - Mythology. Greek Daughter of Oeneus, king of Calydon, sister of Meleager. She became the second wife of the hero Heracles and unwittingly caused his death. Deianira killed herself in despair at what she had done to Heracles. ...


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Hero and Leander - Mythology.

Hero and Leander - Mythology. Greek The subjects of a tragic love story. Hero was a priestess of Aphrodite. Leander, a young man from Abydos, Mysia, in Asia Minor, was her lover. He swam across the Hellespont every night, guided by her light. One stormy night, the flame blew out and Leander drowned. In her grief, Hero cast herself into the waves to be...


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Eunomia (Order) Greek A goddess of order and lawful conduct and one of the three Horae, guardians of the seasons, with her sisters Dike (Justice) and Eirene (Peace).

Eunomia (Order) Greek A goddess of order and lawful conduct and one of the three Horae, guardians of the seasons, with her sisters Dike (Justice) and Eirene (Peace). She was the daughter of Zeus and Themis. Eunomia involved herself in the law-making process, helping mankind establish wise laws that allowed societies to prosper. Cities would lay claim to her, bragging that she chose to dwell...


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Erigone - Mythology.

Erigone - Mythology. Greek Daughter of King Icarius of Attica in ancient Greece, the area of the southeastern mainland where modern Athens now stands. Drunken shepherds killed her father and buried him. Erigone and her faithful dog, Maera, set out in search of the vanished king. When Erigone discovered the tomb of Icarius, she was grief-stricken and hanged herself from a nearby tree. The gods...


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Virgo (Virgin) Greek One of the constellations; sixth sign of the Zodiac, named for the maiden Erigone, who hanged herself from a tree after finding the grave of her murdered father, Icarius of Attica.

Virgo (Virgin) Greek One of the constellations; sixth sign of the Zodiac, named for the maiden Erigone, who hanged herself from a tree after finding the grave of her murdered father, Icarius of Attica. The gods took Erigone up to the heavens and transformed her into the constellation Virgo. ...


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Phaedra Greek Daughter of Minos of Crete and of Pasiphaë; sister of Ariadne and Androgeus; wife of Theseus, king of Athens.

Phaedra Greek Daughter of Minos of Crete and of Pasiphaë; sister of Ariadne and Androgeus; wife of Theseus, king of Athens. The love goddess Aphrodite caused Phaedra to fall in love with her chaste young stepson, Hippolytus. The youth fled from her in horror and Phaedra killed herself, leaving a letter to her husband accusing Hippolytus of trying to violate her. Theseus then caused the...


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