Hephaistos


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Noun1.Hephaistos - (Greek mythology) the lame god of fire and metalworking in ancient mythologyHephaistos - (Greek mythology) the lame god of fire and metalworking in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Vulcan
Greek mythology - the mythology of the ancient Greeks
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In order to illustrate the opacity of a man's character for the biographer, Laurence Sterne alludes to Lucan's story (in Hermotimus or Concerning the Sects) that when Hephaistos made man, the god Momus blamed him for not putting a window in his breast; because of this criticism Momus was banished from heaven (Sterne [1759] 1983, 549).
He impresses his audiences with his knowledge of the Greek deity Hephaistos, the god of fire and metal.
a real estate developer based in New York between September 2011 and June 2016, and as a senior sales manager at Hephaistos Building Supplies, Inc.
a real estate developer based in New York, from September 2011 to June 2016, Zhao also served as a senior sales manager at Hephaistos Building Supplies Inc.
Part One, "Psyche and Myth," brings to the fore and sets next to the modern psyche, ancient mythical themes of Hephaistos, Narcissus, Conscience, and Hermes.
The lethal flame devours the sanctuaries of the gods and the houses of the civilians and the toils of the wretched farmers: the barbarian, having neither love nor mercy, destroys everything Hephaistos has spared.
In Homer's Hymn to Apollo, Hera casts Hephaistos out of Olympos when she discovers that her son is crippled.
Another unusual relationship is presented in Vito Adriaensens' paper 'From Hephaistos to the Silver Screen', which looks at the genesis of 'living sculptures' in ancient greek mythology and art in order to position the cinema's animated beings--humanoid and otherwise--in a direct hereditary lineage.
One may, for instance, compare Athene, Ares, Artemis, Here, Apollo, Hephaistos, Poseidon (Zeus only at a distance), and the irritated river-god Skamandros' active interference on the busy Iliadic battlefield (e.
From the detail of her being beside Hephaestus' forge and the reference to Homer the reader can identify her as Aglaia, wife of Hephaistos.
According to Apollodorus, Hephaistos crafted the giant, brass automaton, Talos, which Zeus gave to Europa as a guard.