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According to the Bibliotheca, no one had realised that Ajax had raped Cassandra until Calchas, the Greek seer, warned the Greeks that Athena was furious at the treatment of her priestess and she would destroy the Greek ships if they didn't kill him immediately.
According to Bibliotheca, Alcmene went with Amphitryon to Thebes, where he was purified by Creon for accidentally killing Electryon.
b ) According to the Bibliotheca Epitome and Proclus in " Ilion's Conquest ", Menelaus raised his sword in front of the temple of Minerva in the central square of Troy to kill her but his wrath went away when he saw her tearing her clothes to reveal her breasts.
According to the Bibliotheca, the most prominent Hesione was a Trojan princess, daughter of King Laomedon of Troy, sister of Priam and second wife of King Telamon of Salamis.
According to Apollonius of Rhodes, he was a son of Agenor, but the Bibliotheca says that other authors named his father as Poseidon.
According to the Bibliotheca, when Hephaestus unsuccessfully attempted to rape Athena, she wiped his semen off her leg with wool and threw it on the ground, impregnating Gaia.
According to the Bibliotheca, Hephaestus attempted to rape Athena but was unsuccessful.
According to the Bibliotheca, Cinyras was a descendant of Eos and Cephalus.
According to the Bibliotheca, Anchises and Aphrodite had another son, Lyrus, who died childless.
According to Karl Kerenyi and other scholars, the second Asterion, the star at the center of the labyrinth on Cretan coins, was in fact the Minotaur, as the compiler of Bibliotheca ( III. 1. 4 ) asserts: Pasiphaë gave birth to Asterius, who was called the Minotaur.
According to the Bibliotheca, she had five children by him: Leucon, Erythrius, Schoeneus, Ptous, and Porphyrion.
According to the Bibliotheca, the dragon was sacred to Ares.
According to the Bibliotheca, Chione, daughter of Boreas and Oreithyia, pregnant with Eumolpus by Poseidon, was frightened of her father's reaction so she threw the baby into the ocean.
According to the Bibliotheca, their great-grandfather was Dionysus, and he gave them the power to change water into wine, grass into wheat, and berries into olives.
According to agreement, his manuscripts came into the hands of Linnaeus, and his Bibliotheca Ichthyologica and Philosophia Ichthyologica, together with a life of the author, were published at Leiden in 1738 under the title " Ichthyologia sive opera omnia de piscibus ...".
According to the Bibliotheca, they were:
According to the Bibliotheca, this was an accident — Tlepolemus was beating a servant when Licymnius ran between the two, suffering a fatal blow —, but Pindar states that that the death was intentional and motivated by anger.
According to the Bibliotheca, it was during Pandion I's reign that the gods Demeter and Dionysus came to Attica.
For example, an early review of the 1988 edition of The Gospel According to Jesus appeared in a Jan-Mar 1989 Bibliotheca Sacra article by Darrell L Bock.

According and Athena
According to another theory, myths began as allegories for philosophical or spiritual concepts: Athena represents wise judgment, Aphrodite represents desire, etc.
According to this theory, the name of Parthenon means the " temple of the virgin goddess " and refers to the cult of Athena Parthenos that was associated with the temple.
According to geographer Pausanias ( 1. 28. 2 ), the original bronze Lemnian Athena was created by Phidias circa 450-440 BCE, for Athenians living on Lemnos.
According to Rhodian mythographers who informed Diodorus Siculus, Danaus would have stopped and founded a sanctuary to Athena Lindia on the way from Egypt to Greece.
According to Apollodorus, Athena visited the smith-god Hephaestus to request some weapons, but Hephaestus was so overcome by desire that he tried to seduce her in his workshop.
According to one version of the story, Aleus had received an oracle that his sons would be killed by the son of Auge, so Aleus made Auge a priestess of Athena, requiring her to remain a virgin on pain of death.
According to him, the thing which brought ill fate to the descendents of Harmonia is not a necklace, but a robe " dipped in crime ", given to Harmonia by Hephestus and Athena.
According to a variety of sources of the legend, the Argo was said to have been planned or constructed with the help of Athena.
According to Ovid ( Metamorphoses ), a Roman poet writing in 8 AD, who was noted for accuracy regarding the Greek myths, Medusa alone had serpents in her hair, and he explained that this was due to Athena ( Roman Minerva ) cursing her.
According to other accounts, either he or Athena used the head to turn Atlas into stone, transforming him into the Atlas Mountains that held up both heaven and earth.
According to the later idea of Medusa as a beautiful maiden, whose hair had been changed into snakes by Athena, the head was represented in works of art with a wonderfully handsome face, wrapped in the calm repose of death.
According to the instructions of Helenus, Priam's wife gathered matrons at the temple of Athena in the acropolis and offered the goddess the largest, fairest robe of Troy.
According to the post Homeric stories, Diomedes was given immortality by Athena, which she had not given to his father.
According to it, both Iodame and Athena were daughters of Itonus.
According to Sallustius, Mimnermus was just as creative in his poetical account of Ismene, representing her as being killed by Tydeus at the command of the goddess, Athena, in the very act of making love to Theoclymenus — an original account that was soon accepted by an international audience, being represented on an early Corinthian amphora ( pictured below ).
* According to Bopearachchi, his silver coinage begins with a rare series of drachms depicting on the obverse Athena and on the reverse her attribute the owl.
According to a local Spartan version of the myth, Hyacinth and his sister Polyboea were taken to heaven by Aphrodite, Athena and Artemis.
According to Pausanias, the temple housed the bronze statues of Athena and Hephaestus.
According to the Byzantine chronicler Anna Comnena, she was " like another Pallas, if not a second Athena ," and, in the Alexiad, Anna attributes to her a quote from the Iliad.
According to legend, the goddess Athena bathed in it.

According and visited
According to official data, in 2007, a record-high 500, 000 tourists visited Armenia — most of them ethnic Armenians from Europe, Russia and the United States.
According to myth, the Comoros islands were first visited by Phoenician sailors.
According to Alcuin's Life of St. Willebrord, the saint visited an island between Frisia and Denmark that was sacred to Fosite and was called Fositesland after the god worshipped there.
According to this line of thinking, the Earth should have already been colonized, or at least visited.
) According to this account, he then concluded that Earth should have been visited long ago and many times over.
According to Groucho, when Shean visited he would throw the local waifs a few coins so that when he knocked at the door he would be surrounded by adoring fans.
According to Dick Cavett's New York Times blog, when the elderly Groucho visited an old friend in the hospital, he said to the elevator attendant, as if in a department store, " Men's tonsils, please.
According to Diodorus Siculus, Homer had even visited Egypt.
According to one Korean American scholar who visited North Korea in the early 1980s, the country has no birth control policies ; parents are encouraged to have as many as six children.
According to Anderson, Oxford definitely visited Venice, Padua, Milan, Genoa, Palermo, Florence, Siena and Naples, and probably passed through Messina, Mantua and Verona, all cities used as settings by Shakespeare.
According to the New Testament, in AD 49 or 50, the city was visited by the apostle Paul ().
According to the New Testament, Paul visited the city on two other occasions, in 56 and 57.
According to the New Testament, in AD 49 or 50 the city was visited by the apostle Paul who was guided there by a vision ().
According to Irenaeus, during the time his fellow Syrian, Anicetus, was Bishop of Rome, in the 150s or 160, Polycarp visited Rome to discuss the differences that existed between Asia and Rome " with regard to certain things " and especially about the time of the Easter festivals.
According to immigration records in the Philippines, someone named Saeed al-Ghamdi visited that country on at least 15 occasions in 2001, entering as a tourist.
According to Spanish newspaper reports, UC representatives have visited Madrid, Spain to discuss the possibility of opening UC's first general campus outside of the U. S. there in 2014.
According to this account, Magnus I of Norway ( reigned 1034 – 1047 ) visited the court of Harthacnut in Denmark, received with all official honors.
According to the book of Acts, contained in the Christian New Testament, when the Apostle Paul visited Athens, he saw an altar with an inscription dedicated to that god, and, when invited to speak to the Athenian elite at the Areopagus gave the following speech:
According to Irenaeus, it was during his pontificate that the aged Polycarp of Smyrna, a disciple of John the Evangelist, visited Rome to discuss the celebration of Passover with Anicetus.
According to 19th century traveler T. W. Atkinson, locals in the Lake Baikal Region had the tradition that Christ visited the area:
According to Bhutanese religious histories, the place was first visited by Padmasambhava in the 8th century.
According to Plato's dialogues Timaeus and Critias, he visited Neith's temple at Sais and received from the priests there an account of the history of Atlantis.
According to the US government, Mohsen Chizari, the Quds Force ’ s third-in-command, has visited Syria to train security services to fight against the protestors.
According to a close collaborator of Molotov, Vladimir Erofeev at the beginning of 1949 the Israel prime minister, Golda Meir, visited the Soviet Union ; she met privately with Polina, who had been her schoolmate in St. Petersburg.
According to figures released by the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions, nearly 560, 000 people visited Leeds Castle in 2010.

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