Aristaeus


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Aristaeus

(ˌærɪˈstiːəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a son of Apollo and Cyrene: protector of herds and fields
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975-978) And Harmonia, the daughter of golden Aphrodite, bare to Cadmus Ino and Semele and fair-cheeked Agave and Autonoe whom long haired Aristaeus wedded, and Polydorus also in rich- crowned Thebe.
The capture of Proteus also features prominently in book 4 of Virgil's Georgics, in which the nymph Cyrene counsels her son Aristaeus to seek out Proteus in order to learn why Aristaeus's bees are sickening and dying.
Keywords: Virgil, Orpheus, Georgies, Bucolics, Aristaeus, Dante, poetic authority, allegory.
Likewise, Chiron concludes his prophecy with a description of Aristaeus, the son Cyrene will bear Apollo.
Origin of cheese in the world refers to a legend that says it was (minor god in Greek mythology) Aristaeus, son of (one of the most important and complex of the Olympian deities in classical Greek and Roman religion and Greek and Roman mythology) Apollo, the first cheese maker twelve thousand years before the Common or Current Era (BCE).
His ancestral Arcadia associated him with Pan and Diana, woodland divinities; the peasants of Tibur identify him with the gentle Aristaeus, king of the bees.
There will also be 'smart' training under the 'Aristaeus Plan', focusing on long-term professional integration, mainly for young people, women and recent graduates.
"Aristaeus" Plan The Centre for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Employment ([eth]U[eth]o[eth]ae) has been set up with the aim of combating recession and unemployment in Cyprus.
Hipparchia (Parahipparchia) aristaeus (Bonelli, 1826)###41, 42, 45, 49, 53, 56, 57, 58
Aristaeus antillensis produced the lowest catch rates among the Brazilian deep-water shrimps (0.005 to 2.4 kg [h.sup.-1]), which decreased by 65% between 2004 and 2007 (Dallagnollo et al., 2009a).
One day, near Tempe, in the valley of the river Peneius, Eurydice met Aristaeus, who tried to force her.