Cithaeron

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Ci·thae·ron

 (sĭ-thîr′ən)
A mountain, 1,410 m (4,623 ft) high, of southeast Greece. It was considered sacred to Dionysus and the Muses.
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He thought a talk with her essential and waited for her late into the night, as if suspecting it would be her who showed him the way on his last journey, pointing him to anagnorisis, just as Oedipus would finally be able to shed both his inborn and his subjective hamartia on Kithairon.
The network was set up to obtain a better definition of the motion of the crustal blocks on either side of the Kaparelli Fault and Kithairon Mountain (Fig.
Payne returned to Lambourn, then Middleham, and built up a string of more than 100 horses, mostly cheap buys (my favourite was Kithairon, a regular winner on the Scottish circuit for many years).
Gay Charmaine and Kithairon were the best two horses trained by Payne but it was in the selling race circuit that he made headlines.
IN the July Stakes, Barry Hills' Dragonara Palace (L Piggott) recoups some of his Royal Ascot losses when whizzing home from Ken Payne's popular Kithairon (J Curant).
OLD Hamilton favourite Kithairon proves he is not past his sell-by date when Bill Watts' 11-year-old storms up the hill under three pound claimer Nicky Connorton to lift the Houston Handicap.