Aristaeus


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Aristaeus

(ˌærɪˈstiːəs)
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(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.
Keywords: Virgil, Orpheus, Georgies, Bucolics, Aristaeus, Dante, poetic authority, allegory.
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.
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.
48) This is important to keep in mind when reading the story of Aristaeus and his bees.
One day, near Tempe, in the valley of the river Peneius, Eurydice met Aristaeus, who tried to force her.
successful hunters like Artemis, Nicaea, Aura, Aristaeus, and Actaeon
Aristaeus first pleads to his mother, Cyrene, and then physically restrains the shape-shifting Proteus (known to answer questions accurately when restrained) for information about his bees.
The ghost of Actaeon appeared in a dream to his father Aristaeus, and begged him not to punish the dogs, saying Father, forgive them; for they knew not what they did.
Particularly glaring is the failure to address the structure and characteristics of the epyllion in Book 4, the story of how the mythic agricultural hero Aristaeus lost and recovered his bees.
The ancient Greeks credited Aristaeus, a son of Apollo and Cyrene, with its discovery, and it is mentioned in the Old Testament.