Dardanus


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Dar·da·nus

 (där′dn-əs)
n. Greek Mythology
The founder of Troy.

Dardanus

(ˈdɑːdənəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) classical myth the son of Zeus and Electra who founded the royal house of Troy
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was subject to the dark-clouded Son of Cronos and bare Dardanus....
Then Priam, descendant of Dardanus, spoke, saying, "Hear me, Trojans and Achaeans, I will now go back to the wind-beaten city of Ilius: I dare not with my own eyes witness this fight between my son and Menelaus, for Jove and the other immortals alone know which shall fall."
tenuirostris Rathbun, 1894 14 Cycloes bairdii Cryptosoma bairdii (Stimpson, 1860) 15 Dynomene ursula Hirsutodynomene ursula (Stimpson, 1860) 16 Dardanus sinistripes D.
Specific name Common name Number sampled DECAPODS Achelous spinimanus Blotched swimming crab 36 Achelous spinicarpus Longspine swimming crab 36 Arenaeus cribrarius Speckled swimming crab 19 Artemesia longinaris Argentine stiletto shrimp 140 Callinectes danae Blue crab 4 Callinectes sapidus Blue crab 16 Callinectes ornatus Blue crab 120 Dardanus insignis Hermit crab 2 Hepatus pudibundus Flecked box crab 36 Libinia spinosa Spider crab 32 Loxopagurus loxochelis Hermit crab 2 Nanoplax sp.
Audience demands played a role in promoting vocal screaming, as described by the writer Francois-Louis d'Escherny when recalling the Opera's 1768 revival of Rameau's Dardanus:
Highlights in the 2017/18 season include his debut for Den Norske Opera as Don Ottavio Don Giovanni, Odoardo Ariodante for Les Arts Florissants and title role in Rameau Dardanus for English Touring Opera.
Dardanus. Tragedie en un prologue et cinq actes RCT 35 A.
Is the abundance of the red brocade hermit crab Dardanus insignis (Decapoda: Anomura: Diogenidae) in the infralittoral region of southern Brazil determined by reproductive potential?
In one account of Brutus's lineage, Nennius gives the Trojans European origins, tracing Aeneas's line back to Japheth, Noah's Europe-bound son, who is described as Dardanus's great-grandfather (1980, 63, 22).