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According to Cicero and Hyginus, Caelus was the son of Aether and Dies (" Day " or " Daylight ").
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According and Cicero
According to the philologist Max Müller, the root of the English word " religion ", the Latin religio, was originally used to mean only " reverence for God or the gods, careful pondering of divine things, piety " ( which Cicero further derived to mean " diligence ").
According to the Parian Marble, Sappho was exiled to Sicily sometime between 604 and 594 and Cicero records that a statue of her stood in the town-hall of Syracuse.
According to Cicero the marriage caused a semi-scandal as Brutus failed to state a valid reason for his divorce from Claudia other than he wished to marry Porcia.
According to Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philologist and philosopher, and Constantine Paparrigopoulos, a major Greek historian, Demosthenes was a student of Isocrates ; according to Cicero, Quintillian and the Roman biographer Hermippus, he was a student of Plato.
According to Cicero, the auctoritas of ius augurum included the right to adjourn and overturn the process of law: consular election could be-and was-rendered invalid by inaugural error.
According to Cicero, the Roman philosopher who was writing in the first century BC, Posidonius constructed a planetary model.
According to the coherent chronology of Cicero, Cato was born in 234 BC, in the year before the first Consulship of Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus, and died at the age of 85, in the consulship of Lucius Marcius Censorinus and Manius Manilius.
According to Cicero, Themistocles wasn't much impressed with the poet's invention: " I would rather a technique of forgetting, for I remember what I would rather not remember and cannot forget what I would rather forget.
According to Hesiod, Phobetor is the son of Nyx, the primordial goddess of the Night, produced parthenogenetically, or as Cicero claims, with Erebus, the embodiment of Darkness.
According to Dumezil, Festus ' identification of Bona Dea with Damia infers a foundation date in or shortly after 272 BC, after Rome's capture of Tarentum ; but Cicero claimed the goddess ' cult as coeval with Rome's foundation.
According to Macrobius citing Nigidius Figulus and Cicero, Janus and Jana ( Diana ) are a pair of divinities, worshipped as Apollo or the sun and moon, whence Janus received sacrifices before all the others, because through him is apparent the way of access to the desired deity.
According to Cicero ( or rather his character Torquatus ) Epicurus also believed that pleasure was the chief good and pain the chief evil.
According to Cicero, the Romans considered themselves the most religious of all peoples ; and their extraordinary success proved it.
According to Hesiod, Nyx, the primordial goddess of the Night, produced the " tribe of Dreams " () parthenogenetically, though Cicero says that Dreams were the children of Night and Erebus, the embodiment of Darkness.
According to Arthur H. Minters the " private collecting of books was a fashion indulged in by many Romans, including Cicero and Atticus.
According to Cicero, Publius Sulpicius Rufus and Cotta were the best speakers of the young men of their time.
According to Valerius Maximus, Suetonius and Cicero, Claudius threw them into the sea, ut biberent, quando esse nollent (" so that they might drink, since they refused to eat ").
Bruun argues that within § 34 of Pro Caelio Cicero powerfully employs “ the oratorical technique of “ personification ” or “ speech in character ” ( prosopopeia ) and for a while pretended, apparently both by gestures and by voice, to be one of Clodia ’ s most famous ancestors, the censor Appius Claudius Caecus .” According to Bruun, Appius proclaims to have spurred three major civic accomplishments, while for each Cicero attempts to point out a reason why Clodia should be ashamed of herself for immorality connected with the Appian works.
According and Hyginus
According to Hyginus Artemis once loved Orion ( in spite of the late source, this version appears to be a rare remnant of her as the pre-Olympian goddess, who took consorts, as Eos did ), but was tricked into killing him by her brother Apollo, who was " protective " of his sister's maidenhood.
According to Hyginus, Menelaus killed eight men in the war, and was one of the Greeks hidden inside the Trojan Horse.
According to Hyginus, sirens were fated to live only until the mortals who heard their songs were able to pass by them.
According to Hyginus, he carried her away to an island where he made her into an ewe so that he could have his way with her among the flocks, where Theophane's other suitors could not distinguish the ram-god and his consort.
According to Hyginus, the cause of the Titanomachy is as follows: " After Hera saw that Epaphus, born of a concubine, ruled such a great kingdom ( Egypt ), she saw to it that he should be killed while hunting, and encouraged the Titans to drive Zeus from the kingdom and restore it to Cronus, ( Saturn ).
According to Virgil's Aeneid ( 5. 38 ) and Hyginus ' Fabulae ( 273 ), Crinisus was the father of Acestes by a Dardanian woman.
According to Hyginus, Pleisthenes was raised by Atreus's brother Thyestes, accompanied Thyestes into exile, and was sent by Thyestes to kill Atreus.
According to Hyginus ' Fabulae, the story runs like this: " When Laodamia, daughter of Acastus, after her husband's loss had spent the three hours which she had asked from the gods, she could not endure her weeping and grief.
According to Pseudo-Eratosthenes and Hyginus ' Poetical Astronomy, the constellation Cygnus was the stellar image of the swan Zeus had transformed into in order to seduce Leda or Nemesis.
According to Hyginus, the Heliades were turned to poplar trees because they yoked the chariot for their brother without their father Helios ' permission.
According to some sources, mostly belonging to the Christian era, Laius abducted and raped the king's son, Chrysippus, and carried him off to Thebes while teaching him how to drive a chariot, or as Hyginus records it, during the Nemean games.
According to Homer, Calypso kept Odysseus hostage at Ogygia for seven years, while Pseudo-Apollodorus says five years and Hyginus says one.
According, however, to Hyginus, on whose authority alone the whole story rests, Agnodice disguised herself in men's clothing, and attended the lectures of a physician named Hierophilus, devoting herself chiefly to the study of midwifery and gynaecology.
According to Hyginus, he was killed by Aeetes, if indeed the text is not corrupt ; according to Diodorus Siculus, however, he was killed by Heracles during the latter's war against Eurytus.
According to Apollodorus, but not present in the list of Pausanias or Hyginus, Macednus is the tenth of the fifty sons of Lycaon king of Arcadia.