Telegonus


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Telegonus

(tɪˈlɛɡənəs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a son of Odysseus and Circe, who sought his father and mistakenly killed him, later marrying Odysseus' widow Penelope
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Here, indeed, the incident is outside the drama proper; but cases occur where it falls within the action of the play: one may cite the Alcmaeon of Astydamas, or Telegonus in the Wounded Odysseus.
The epic ended by disposing of the surviving personages in a double marriage, Telemachus wedding Circe, and Telegonus Penelope.
Quibus ex verbis colligeramus et Sophocli tragoediam scriptam fuisse cui Niptra titulus esset, et eandem latinam (sicuti veteres solebant) a Pacuvio esse factam: qua in tragoedia argumentum contineretur reducis Ulyssis quem ibi deinde Telegonus filius ignotum ignotus pastinacae aculeo, sicuti scribit Oppianus [Opp.
He sends out Yahrab in today's 4.20 Johnny Farrelly has won on both his rides for David Pipe at Chepstow this season and goes for the hat-trick on Takamaru (5.10) James Lambe is two wins from four runners in handicap hurdles at Navan this season and is double handed in today's 3.10 with City Of Doral and Telegonus SIGNPOSTS PAGE 40 TRAINERSPOT PAGE 42
KELSO: 12.15 Milans Man, 12.50 Merrion Tiger, 1.25 Fiftyfive Degrees, 1.55 Telegonus, 2.25 Palomar, 3.00 Bob's Dream, 3.35 Sotovik, 4.05 Tarkani.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 12.15 Milans Man, 12.50 Merrion Tiger, 1.25 Fiftyfive Degrees, 1.55 Telegonus, 2.25 Palomar, 3.00 Bob's Dream, 3.35 Sotovik, 4.05 Tarkani.
38: In Greek myth, which prominent figure is killed by his son Telegonus with a stingray spine?