Cecrops


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Cecrops

(ˈsiːkrɒps)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) (in ancient Greek tradition) the first king of Attica, represented as half-human, half-dragon
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It was built thousands of years ago for Athena, the goddess of war, and King Cecrops, the first emperor of Athens, who was said to be an Egyptian god with the head of a man and the body of snake.
Johann Wolfgang Franck: "O angenehme Nacht" (Die drei Tochter des Cecrops, 1679).
Within the Pandaridae, representatives of Prosaetes, Cecrops, Luetkenia, Philorthagoriscus, Orthagoriscicola, and Entepherus are considered members of the Dinemoura-group based on their shared possession of a narrow third pedigerous somite and dorsal plates on the fourth pedigerous somite in the adult female and a modified leg 3 terminal endopodal segment in the adult male.
Vastey brings to surface that "Danaus and Cecrops brought agriculture, enlightenment (les lumieres), and the arts of the Egyptians to Greece.
1916 X Consul fabius cecrops (Doubleday, 1849) X Consul panariste pandrosa Niepelt, 1927 X X Fountainea ryphea (Cramer, 1775) X Fountainea nobilis pacifica Velez & Salazar, 1991 X Hypna clytemnestra negra (Felder, 1862) * X Memphis glauce felderi Rober, 1916 X Annagrapha aureola Bates, 1866 X Memphis laura caucana (J.
Enfrentamiento surgido cuando Epidauro, hijo de Cecrops fundador de Atenas, duda a quien encomendar la proteccion de la ciudad fundada por su padre, si a Neptuno o a Minerva/Atenea.