Poseidon s Paradise

Poseidon s Paradise

Children ! Torment me not ! ” The cry was tragic . The king , though amazed ,
scoffed : Thou sayest well . They are but a torment . ... Here is the heart of a
mother , but where is the child to cling to it , to bless it ? ... For 26 POSEIDON'S
PARADISE .

Author: Elizabeth G. Birkmaier

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ISBN: WISC:89098012016

Category: Atlantis (Legendary character)

Page: 305

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Poseidon s Kiss

Poseidon s Kiss

Wanting only to punish Nicolas for disobeying him, Poseidon had refused to
allow his son to take a hie he had already spared, and had refused to ... Instead,
he had ordered Nikodemus to wait for the next female child born to Rebecca
Mallory.

Author: Gail Crease

Publisher: Jove Publications

ISBN: 0515134163

Category: Fiction

Page: 293

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Chelsea Porter has never believed in her family's old legend about her ancestor's miraculous escape from drowning, until she meets the Nicolas Demitry, a talented, handsome, but mysterious artist haunted by the past. Original.
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Journal of the Society of Arts

Journal of the Society of Arts

a produced the olive ; that a contest arose , and a over into the sea with her son .
... turn , but in the main that passage not go wrong , therefore , in interpreting the
gives us the incidents of the story which come figures of Poseidon's following .

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ISBN: PRNC:32101076203494

Category: Art

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Poseidon

Poseidon

B. A. Hoena. THE OLYMPIANS Poseidon ' s parents were giants called Titans . ...
Cronus worried that his children would grow stronger than he was . He decided ...
So she played a trick on him when their last child , Zeus ( ZOOSS ) , was born .

Author: B. A. Hoena

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 0736824995

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

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Provides an introduction to the character of Poseidon and his roles in Greek mythology.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Young Scientist

Young Scientist

They generally composed the retinue of Amphitrite , wife of Poseidon , who
together with Thetis , the wife of Peleus , enjoyed a distinguished celebrity .
Thetis had been courted by Zeus and Poseidon , but Themis having declared that
the child ...

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Iconographic Encyclop dia of Science Literature and Art

Iconographic Encyclop  dia of Science  Literature and Art

They generally composed the retinue of Amphitrite , wife of Poseidon , who
together with Thetis , the wife of Peleus , enjoyed a distinguished celebrity .
Thetis had been courted by Zeus and Poseidon , but Themis having declared that
the child ...

Author: Johann Georg HECK

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ISBN: BL:A0022617917

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The Son Of Poseidon

The Son Of Poseidon

“You my boy are not only man but you are half god. You are the strongest of your
kind as you are a child of the three eldest gods. Zeus, Poseidon and Hades. You
are not the only one of your kind; there are many more children of the gods.

Author: Yashar Tolouei

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312983441

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The Great Dionysiak Myth

The Great Dionysiak Myth

Another somewhat similar version of his parentage makes him the son of Hyrieus
, son of Poseidon and Alkyone . ? Hyrieus is merely ... Dionysos Oinops .
Oinopion himself appears as a son of Dionysos , " and has a child named
Athamas .

Author: Robert Brown

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044051114957

Category: Dionysus (Greek god)

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Poseidon s Shadow

Poseidon s Shadow

The children had spent most of the day playing with their new toys— Jennifer with
a radio-controlled racing car and Joshua with a new microcomputer. She had
decided to indulge them somewhat this year in order to keep them occupied.

Author: A. P. Kobryn

Publisher: Dell Publishing Company

ISBN: 0440168996

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

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Pindar

Pindar

The nymph Pitana secretly bore Poseidon's child Euadne and sent her to Aipytos
of Elis to raise . ... and while the angry Aipytos was in Delphi inquiring about her
pregnancy , she bore a boy in a thicket , where he was fed by snakes ( 29–47 ) .

Author: Pindar

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674995643

Category: Athletics

Page: 385

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Pindar (c. 518-438 BCE), highly esteemed as lyric poet by the ancients, commemorates in complex verse the achievements of athletes and powerful rulers at the four great Panhellenic festivals, Olympic, Pythian, Nemean, and Isthmian games, against a backdrop of divine favor, human failure, heroic legend, and aristocratic Greek ethos. Of the Greek lyric poets, Pindar (ca. 518-438 BCE) was "by far the greatest for the magnificence of his inspiration" in Quintilian's view; Horace judged him "sure to win Apollo's laurels." The esteem of the ancients may help explain why a good portion of his work was carefully preserved. Most of the Greek lyric poets come down to us only in bits and pieces, but nearly a quarter of Pindar's poems survive complete. William H. Race now brings us, in two volumes, a new edition and translation of the four books of victory odes, along with surviving fragments of Pindar's other poems. Like Simonides and Bacchylides, Pindar wrote elaborate odes in honor of prize-winning athletes for public performance by singers, dancers, and musicians. His forty-five victory odes celebrate triumphs in athletic contests at the four great Panhellenic festivals: the Olympic, Pythian (at Delphi), Nemean, and Isthmian games. In these complex poems, Pindar commemorates the achievement of athletes and powerful rulers against the backdrop of divine favor, human failure, heroic legend, and the moral ideals of aristocratic Greek society. Readers have long savored them for their rich poetic language and imagery, moral maxims, and vivid portrayals of sacred myths. Race provides brief introductions to each ode and full explanatory footnotes, offering the reader invaluable guidance to these often difficult poems. His new Loeb Pindar also contains a helpfully annotated edition and translation of significant fragments, including hymns, paeans, dithyrambs, maiden songs, and dirges.
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A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography Mythology and Geography

A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography  Mythology  and Geography

Minerva (Athena) reared the child without the knowledge of the other gods, and
intrusted him to Agraulos, Pan^-osos, and ... In the war between the Eleusinians
and Athenians, Eumolpus, the son of Neptune (Poseidon), was slain ; whereupon
 ...

Author: William Smith

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X001620866

Category: Classical dictionaries

Page: 1039

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Cyclopaedia of Biblical Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature

Cyclopaedia of Biblical  Theological  and Ecclesiastical Literature

He dreadful convulsions , while a crowd of maddened fe - prevented the return of
Ulysses , in revenge for his har . males performed a savage dance around the
sufferer , to ing blinded Polyphemus , the son of Poseidon . In art expel the devil ...

Author: John McClintock

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ISBN: HARVARD:HNF7HX

Category: Bible

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Crowell s Handbook of Classical Mythology

Crowell s Handbook of Classical Mythology

This fabulous creature was later captured and tamed by Bellerophon , a son of
Poseidon by Eurynome , the wife of Glaucus , king of Corinth , who was himself
famous for his horses . It was Poseidon who gave to Peleus as a wedding gift ...

Author: Edward Tripp

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A Homeric Dictionary for Schools and Colleges

A Homeric Dictionary for Schools and Colleges

3127 out , discover , mid . , for oneself ; of eúpu - ódela ( ocós ) : wide - wayed , i .
e . thinking up ' a name for a child ... Eúpvo deús : Eurystheus , son of Eůpu -
kpelw : wide - ruling , epith , of Sthenelus , and king of Mycēnae ; by Poseidon
and ...

Author: Georg Autenrieth

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106008325257

Category: Greek language

Page: 297

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Categories: Greek language

A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography Mythology and Geography

A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography  Mythology  and Geography

He was repreared the child without the knowledge of the resented as a wanton
boy , of whom a thouother gods , and ... In the war between the Eleusinians and
Athenians , Eumolpus , the son of Poseidon , was slain ; wherenpon Poseidon ...

Author: William Smith

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015041868095

Category: Classical dictionaries

Page: 438

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A History of Ancient Sculpture

A History of Ancient Sculpture

From Carrey's drawing , we judge that Poseidon drew back indignant , and
perhaps astonished , as he saw his rival's olive - tree ... Beyond Poseidon's
chariot , we see , from the drawing , that there was a seated female with a child
beside her ...

Author: Lucy Myers Wright Mitchell

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951002468359K

Category: Sculpture, Ancient

Page: 766

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Categories: Sculpture, Ancient

A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography Mythology Geography

A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography   Mythology   Geography

He was repreared the child without the knowledge of the resented as a wanton
boy , of whom a thouother gods , and ... In the war between the Eleusinians and
Athenians , Eumolpus , the son of Poseidon , was slain ; whereupon Poseidon ...

Author: William Smith

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HN2C3S

Category: Classical biography

Page: 438

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Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology ed by W Smith

Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology  ed  by W  Smith

A son of Poseidon «nd Caxtace. ... The two »oas whom she had by Poseidon
were called AWi-fcwr. ... Bat a mare came and suckled the child *at3 it was found
by shepherds, who fell into a ii*-n:* as to who was to have the beautiful kingly '
stare ...

Author: Greek and Roman biography

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:600025734

Category: Classical biography

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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology

A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology

Georg . i . 205 , iii . 113 ; Aelian , with the Schol . ) Later traditions represent our
V. H. iii . 38 ) ; and lastly , he was believed to have Erginus as a Milesian and a
son of Poseidon . made the Athenians acquainted with the use of ( Apollon .

Author: William Smith

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:AH5CUN

Category: Biography

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Myths Every Child shouls Know

Myths Every Child shouls Know

Then Cyclops lifted up his hands to Poseidon and prayed : “ Hear me , Poseidon ,
if I am indeed thy son and thou my father . May this Ulysses never reach home ,
or , if the Fates have ordered that he should reach it , may he come alone , all his
 ...

Author: Hamilton Wright Mabie

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