Amalthea


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Amalthea

(ˌæmælˈθiːə)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth
a. a nymph who brought up the infant Zeus on goats' milk
b. the goat itself
Also: Amaltheia

Amalthea

(ˌæmælˈθiːə)
n
(Astronomy) an inner satellite of Jupiter
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Legend has it this was the cuisine Zeus was weaned on by the goat Amalthea.
Exposed to the conditions of mortality and Lu's affection, Amalthea slowly forgets about her mythological origins, and her innocence becomes experience.
Die Zertriimmerung Osterreich-Ungarns und das Werden der Nachfolgestaaten, Zurich: Amalthea 1929; Rudolf Kiszling, Osterreich-Ungarns Anted am Ersten Weltkrieg, Graz: Stiasny, 1958.
General Media and licensee Amalthea Investment Fund opened the first Penthouse Club in the Ukraine.
1) Rene Fulop-Miller and Joseph Gregor, Das russische 7heater: Sein Wesen und seine Geschichte mit besonderer Berucksichtigung der Revolutionsperiode (Zurich: Amalthea, 1928).
Time-place learning and the ecology of recruitment in a stingless bee, Trigona amalthea (Hymenoptera, Apidae).
Contractor name : AFI KOMPATSIARI - ANONYMOUS OPERATING COMPANIES - RESTAURANTS, TOURIST COMPANIES AND DISTINCTIVE TITLE AMALTHEA SA
FrieslandCampina agreed to amend the existing supply arrangement between the target companies and Amalthea, a company that makes organic goat cheeses, so that competitors have access to a significant part of Amalthea's production.
Whitlatch also worked on "The Indian in the Cupboard" and will talk about her new project: "Tales of Amalthea.
In later sources and scholia, the aegis is the skin of Amalthea, the she-goat who nursed Zeus.
Pero por encima de estos colosales monumentos descuella la "Alegre Primavera en sus jardines: / de Flora, y Amalthea la permanencia, / hace que Invierno no hallen sus confines".