The lines (247-255) in which Aphrodite
tells of her humiliation and grief are specially noteworthy.
It was, he explained, the name given to a favourite buffet at the Hotel Aphrodite
, which was served by twelve wonderful girls, not one under six feet in height, and all with the most glorious golden hair.
you played the austere, the insensible in the presence of an Aphrodite
But I believe also in Aphrodite
and Apollo and the Great God Pan.
, Astarte, the worships of the night--listen, infant-woman, of the great women who conquered worlds of men.
rising from the sea was less wonderful and not more beautiful than Aphrodite
emerging from that hole!
Astarte, who afterwards became the Aphrodite
of the Greeks, was represented with horns like the half-moon, and there on the brow of the female figure are distinct horns.
She gulped down the Ode to Aphrodite
during the Litany, keeping herself with difficulty from asking when Sappho lived, and what else she wrote worth reading, and contriving to come in punctually at the end with "the forgiveness of sins, the Resurrection of the body, and the life everlastin'.
The owners of the rights in an Israeli natural gas field next to Cyprus' Aphrodite
reservoir have asked the Israeli government to take steps to stop the island signing a gas deal with Egypt as this would affect their interests, reports said.
The agreement includes the construction of gas lines on the Mediterranean coast, the first of which will be dedicated to receive Cypriot gas from the Aphrodite
and Cyprus 1 fields, in Damietta, Egypt, for liquefying gas, reported Daily News Egypt, citing government sources.
Volumes of gas in Aphrodite
are currently estimated at 140 billion cubic meters.
El-Molla added that the agreement will positively affect the development of the Cypriot Aphrodite
field, in addition to fulfilling Egyptian domestic market needs.