References in classic literature ?
They do not mingle with the silver eddies of the Peneus, but flow on the top of them like oil; for the Titaresius is a branch of dread Orcus and of the river Styx.
She'll take us on a magical journey to see the River Styx, bathe in the Fountain of Youth, collect water which enhances fertility, wear a gem that heals bodily ailments, understand how our health is affected by geomagnetic fields, come close to the flames of Hell on Earth and much, much, more.
And we are talking in the ICU which is like being marooned in the middle of the River Styx and has a mix of Lysol and frailty and this specialist says to me as we discuss sport: You know when I was a young doctor I had a commanding officer and he used to say look at the world around us.
From the ancient city of Nikopolis, built in 31BC, to Nekromanteion, on a hill above what in ancient times was the mouth of the River Acheron, the mythical River Styx, gateway to the underworld.
Casey has been published in Calyx, chicago Review, Kenyon, River Styx and Zyzzva, among others.
The Fugue tests dancers' memory, The One Hundreds works on counterpoint, Sweet Fields is classically based, Surfer At The River Styx is grounded in modern technique and Ocean's Motion has a rock-and-roll edge.
The Shieldinch cab is the characters' equivalent of sailing across the River Styx into the Underworld.
is the first step to revitalize the River Styx area, creating a new section of town on Lake Hopatcong.
Of the "images and symbols" the one that matters most to him is the river Styx that separates the living from the dead.
Some had typical sentimental or moral Victorian subjects such as Blackberry Picking - The Thorn and Charon Ferrying the Shades of the Dead Across the River Styx.
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In addition, the Greek story of the ferryman Charon, who provides the only way across the river Styx to Hades, is used as an example of monopoly.