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Book and XVII
Molds were made from the wood of a red tree in the forms of the sixteen dismembered parts of Osiris, the cakes of ' divine ' bread were made from each mold, placed in a silver chest and set near the head of the god with the inward parts of Osiris as described in the Book of the Dead ( XVII ).
On April 26, 1976, the Church Committee of the United States Senate issued a report, " Final Report of the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operation with Respect to Intelligence Activities ", In Book I, Chapter XVII, p 389 this report states:
* Strabo, Geographica, Book XVII: North Africa.
Consequently, Senet boards were often placed in the grave alongside other useful objects for the dangerous journey through the afterlife and the game is referred to in Chapter XVII of the Book of the Dead.
* Book XVII: de rebus rusticis ; Agriculture
The Project Gutenberg Edition Book: History of the Philippine Islands – 1521 to the beginning of the XVII century.
* Book XVII, Strabo's Geography
It is also mentioned in Book XVII of the Analects of Confucius and in two of the books of Mencius ( c. 3rd century BC ).
The Project Gutenberg Edition Book: History of the Philippine Islands-1521 to the Beginning of the XVII century.
* Vellian, Jacob ( 2001 ) Knanite community: History and culture ; Syrian church series ; vol. XVII ; Jyothi Book House, Kottayam
On 26 April 1976, the Church Committee of the United States Senate issued a report, " Final Report of the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operation with Respect to Intelligence Activities ", In Book I, Chapter XVII, p 389 this report states:
" He argues that most of the homilies in the Vercelli Book are sermons with general themes, while two of the homilies describe lives of the saints ( XVII and XXIII ).

Book and Iliad
Pope: " Thus on a roe the well-breath'd beagle flies, And rends his hide fresh-bleeding with the dart " The Iliad of Homer ( 1715 – 20 ) Book XV: 697 – 8
The other Strife is presumably she who appears in Homer's Iliad Book IV ; equated with Enyo as sister of Ares and so presumably daughter of Zeus and Hera:
When Heracles took the cattle of Geryon, he shot Hera in the right breast with a triple-barbed arrow: the wound was incurable and left her in constant pain, as Dione tells Aphrodite in the Iliad, Book V. Afterwards, Hera sent a gadfly to bite the cattle, irritate them and scatter them.
The revisionists would indicate passages apparently influenced by the Iliad in Táin Bó Cuailnge, and the existence of Togail Troí, an Irish adaptation of Dares Phrygius ' De excidio Troiae historia, found in the Book of Leinster, and note that the material culture of the stories is generally closer to the time of the stories ' composition than to the distant past.
The city of Larissa is mentioned on Book II of Iliad by Homer in this verse:
The names, originally spelled Phobus and Deimus respectively, were suggested by Henry Madan ( 1838 – 1901 ), Science Master of Eton, based on Book XV of the Iliad, in which the god Ares summons Dread ( Deimos ) and Fear ( Phobos ).
This specific use of cedar is mentioned in The Iliad ( Book 24 ), referring to the cedar-roofed or lined storage chamber where Priam goes to fetch treasures to be used as ransom.
* Homer, Iliad, Book III ; Odyssey, Books IV, and XXIII.
Teichoscopy or teichoscopia, meaning " viewing from the walls ," is a famous passage in the Iliad that takes place in Book 3, lines 121-244.
The Greek poet Homer extolled the wealth of Thebes in the Iliad, Book 9 ( c. 8th Century BC ): "... in Egyptian Thebes the heaps of precious ingots gleam, the hundred-gated Thebes.
According to a legend, when Phidias was asked what inspired him — whether he climbed Mount Olympus to see Zeus, or whether Zeus came down from Olympus so that Pheidias could see him — the artist answered that he portrayed Zeus according to Book One, verses 528 – 530 of Homer's Iliad:
In Homer's Iliad ( Book 19 ) she is called eldest daughter of Zeus with no mother mentioned.
They appear in Homer's Iliad in Book 9 as the lame and wrinkled daughters of Zeus ( no mother named and no number given ) who follow after Zeus ' exiled daughter Até (' Folly ') as healers but who cannot keep up with the fast-running Até.
Book 16 of the Iliad tells us that Achilles had a third horse, Pedasos ( maybe " Jumper ", maybe " Captive "), which was yoked as a " trace horse ", along with Xanthus and Balios.
According to the Iliad Helen was still unaware of her brothers ' deaths in the tenth year of the Trojan War, since during Book III she looks for them among the Greek host and is surprised not to see them.
According to Book 1 of the Iliad, when Agamemnon was compelled by Apollo to give up his own woman, Chryseis, he demanded Briseis as compensation.
The Odyssey, Book XVI, in The Iliad & The Odyssey.
In Book 6 of the Iliad, Andromache relates that Achilles killed Eëtion and his seven sons in a raid on Thebe, but in Book 17, Podes appears and is killed by Menelaus.
He scolded Hector in the Iliad ( Book 5, lines 471 – 492 ) claiming that he left all the hard fighting to the allies of Troy and not to the Trojans themselves, and made a point of saying that the Lycians had no reason to fight the Greeks, or no real reason to hate them, but because he was a faithful ally to Troy he would do so and fight his best anyway.
The games are described in Book 23 of the Iliad, one of the earliest references to Greek sports.
He is also mentioned in Homer's Iliad ; Book 2 describes his exile on the island of Lemnos, his wound by snake-bite, and his eventual recall by the Greeks.
In Book 18 of the Iliad the stars of the Hyades appear along with the Pleiades, Ursa Major, and Orion on the shield that the god Hephaistos made for Achilles.
( Iliad, Book VI. 132-37 )

Book and Apollo
In Book 15, Hector is restored to his strength by Apollo and returns to attack the ships.
* In 1625, sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini finished his piece entitled Apollo and Daphne, taken from the episode in Book 1 in which Apollo, pierced by a love-inducing arrow from Cupid, pursues the fleeing nymph Daphne.
In Book XV, after killing Mecistus and Otus, he is attacked by Meges, but Apollo saves him, causing him to dodge at the last moment.
On December 24, 1968, in what was the most watched television broadcast to that date, the astronauts Bill Anders, Jim Lovell and Frank Borman of Apollo 8 surprised the world with a reading of the Creation from the Book of Genesis as they orbited the moon.
* December 24 – Apollo 8 broadcasts to the Earth, relaying a report that there is a Santa Claus and reading a passage from the Book of Genesis.
* Opitz, Glenn B., editor, Mantle Fielding ’ s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie NY, 1986
These chief officers are designated " Sons and Daughters of Jehovih ," and in accordance, the text of Oahspe contains separate sections or " books " such as the Book of Cpenta-Armij, Daughter of Jehovih, and also includes familiar names from non-Abrahamic religions, as in the Book of Apollo and Book of Thor, named as Sons of Jehovih.
The relationship between Tenedos and Apollo is mentioned in Book I of the Iliad where a priest calls to Apollo with the name " O god of the silver bow, that protectest Chryse and holy Cilla and rulest Tenedos with thy might "( Iliad I ).
Stafford and his crewmates, John Young and Gene Cernan, were cited in the Guinness Book of World Records for the highest speed ever attained by man — during Apollo 10's return from the Moon, the spacecraft reached 24, 791 statute miles per hour.
* Opitz, Glenn B ed., Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie NY, 1986
* Opitz, Glenn B, Editor, Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie NY, 1986, 2nd edition, ISBN 0-938290-04-5
At the Young Vic he directed A Servant To Two Masters ( national & international tour & West End ), As I Lay Dying, Twelfth Night, Blood Wedding, The Jungle Book, Grimm Tales (& international tour ), More Grimm Tales (& Broadway ), The Slab Boys Trilogy, Oedipus ; for the National Theatre: Haroun and the Sea of Stories, The Epic of Gilgamesh, Billy Liar ( national tour ), Accidental Death of an Anarchist ( national tour ), Whale, Romeo and Juliet, The Villains Opera ; for the RSC: Midnight ’ s Children ( Barbican, national tour & Apollo Theatre, New York ), Love in a Wood, Tales from Ovid ( Young Vic ), The Comedy of Errors ( national / international tour & Young Vic ), Spring Awakening: for Kenneth Branagh ’ s Renaissance Theatre Company: Coriolanus ( with Branagh, Judi Dench, Richard Briers and Iain Glenn ) and Traveling Tales.
Although subsequent releases " Full Circle ," " Perfect Lover ," and " Signed in Your Book of Love " received club play and led to appearances on such programs as Showtime at the Apollo, the songs received little airplay on American radio.
* Opitz, Glenn B, Editor, Mantle Fielding ’ s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie NY, 1986
Also in Book 21, Poseidon challenges Apollo to fight.
* Opitz, Glenn B, Editor, Mantle Fielding ’ s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie NY, 1986

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