Halcyone


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Halcyone

(hælˈsaɪənɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) a variant of Alcyone1
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At the close of the "Shield" Heracles goes on to Trachis to the house of Ceyx, and this warning suggests that the "Marriage of Ceyx" may have come immediately after the `Or such as was' of Alcmena in the "Eoiae": possibly Halcyone, the wife of Ceyx, was one of the heroines sung in the poem, and the original section was `developed' into the "Marriage", although what form the poem took is unknown.
Halcyone "Carla" Greene ELGIN - Halcyone "Carla" Greene, age 57, of Elgin, passed away September 29, 2018 at Swedish Covenant Hospital in Chicago, IL.
One of the many subplots in the story of Berenice and Vane involves Halcyone McAlpine and Clarence Fairlie.