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In some versions of the myth ,, Artemis made Iphigenia her attendant or turned her into Hecate, goddess of night, witchcraft, and the underworld.
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Just as a varitinted Oriental rug may suggest the starting point for a room scheme, so may some of the newest versions of embroidery.
However, an initial perusal and comparison of some of the famous passages with the same parts of other versions seems to speak well of the efforts of the British Biblical scholars.
Apollo and Artemis used poisoned arrows to kill them, though according to some versions of the myth, a number of the Niobids were spared ( Chloris, usually ).
On some early versions of the game, it was also possible to hide the ship in the score area indefinitely without being hit by asteroids.
There are at least two versions of the movie, with one having some scenes deleted by State censors, the most notable of which depicts the killing of a renegade farmer by a police officer, who shoots the farmer in the back.
AES operates on a 4 × 4 column-major order matrix of bytes, termed the state, although some versions of Rijndael have a larger block size and have additional columns in the state.
The U. S. Library of Congress has a collection of 3, 000 versions of and songs inspired by " Amazing Grace ", some of which were first-time recordings by folklorists Alan and John Lomax, a father and son team who in 1932 traveled thousands of miles across the South to capture the different regional styles of the song.
In some later versions Clytemnestra herself does the killing, or they do it together, in his own home.
In some versions of the myth, no men were permitted to have sexual encounters or reside in Amazon country ; but once a year, in order to prevent their race from dying out, they visited the Gargareans, a neighbouring tribe.
In some versions, however, Theseus marries Hippolyta and in others, he marries Antiope and she does not die ; by this marriage with the Amazon Theseus had a son Hippolytus.
Most modern AFVs are superficially similar in design to their World War II counterparts, with significantly better armour, weapons, engines and suspension-however with an increase in the capacity of transport aircraft allowing AFVs to be practically transported by air, many armies are replacing some or all of their traditional heavy vehicles with lighter airmobile versions, often with wheels instead of tracks.
They lay with each other, and then in some versions, Aethra waded to the island of Sphairia ( aka Calauria ) and bedded Poseidon.
However, some versions would say that Alberich was the one holding a helm, named as the Tarnkappe, which has the power to make the user invisible.
In some versions ( but not in the original Atlas version ), for the sake of easy typing it was possible to strop keywords by placing a "" sign in front of them, for example the keyword < code >< u > endofprogramme </ u ></ code > could be typed as or
Nonetheless, some unreleased Atari 7800 games, as well as early versions of released games have been released to the public.
In some versions of the story of Adonis, who was a late addition to Greek mythology during the Hellenistic period, Artemis sent a wild boar to kill Adonis as punishment for his hubristic boast that he was a better hunter than she.
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There is probably some significance in the fact that two of the best incest stories I have encountered in recent years are burlesques of the incest myth.
Whether or not Plato's tale of the lost continent of Atlantis is true, skeptics concede that the myth may have some foundation in a great tsunami of ancient times.
In one version of the myth of Tantalus, part of Tantalus ' crime is that after tasting ambrosia himself, he attempts to steal some away to give to other mortals.
Many writers report that a peace treaty, known as the Peace of Callias, was formalized in 450 BC, but some writers believe that the treaty was a myth created later to inflate the stature of Athens.
Alan Cameron, however, argues that it should be interpreted as referring to Plato, and that when Proclus writes that " we must bear in mind concerning this whole feat of the Athenians, that it is neither a mere myth nor unadorned history, although some take it as history and others as myth ", he is treating " Crantor's view as mere personal opinion, nothing more ; in fact he first quotes and then dismisses it as representing one of the two unacceptable extremes ".
A girl teased the bear, and, in some versions of the myth, it killed her, while, in other versions, it clawed out her eyes.
In some versions of the myth, this is symbolized by the god spitting into her mouth ; in other Greek versions, this act was sufficient to remove the gift so recently given by Apollo, but Cassandra's case varies.
At some point during the war he left France and joined the United States Air Force as a paratrooper, although some sources claim that this is a myth.
Eventually Cortés recovered some gold from a noble's house, but most of the tales about " Aztec gold " were a myth.
Mircea Eliade argues that the imagery used in some parts of the Hebrew Bible reflects a " transfiguration of history into myth ".
To support the intended process of nation building even further, a vague myth of some common Germanic original language developed, and German dialectology began to name dialect groups after presumed and real groups of historic tribes having existed from BC to about 600 AD, from which they were assumed to have descended.
This lends some truth to the urban myth that water purity in outdoor water faucets is lower, but the actual impurities ( iron, zinc, calcium ) are harmless.
* Slater, Philip E. The Glory of Hera: Greek Mythology and the Greek Family ( Boston: Beacon Press ) 1968 ( Princeton University 1992 ISBN 0-691-00222-3 ) Concentrating on family structure in 5th-century Athens ; some of the crude usage of myth and drama for psychological interpreting of " neuroses " is dated.
There was an ancient myth held in the middle ages that some mountains located between Eisenach and Gotha in Germany hold a portal to the inner earth.
There was some objection to the term, as many writers preferred terms such as " poetic painting " ( poesia ), or wanted to make a distinction between the " true " istoria, covering history including biblical and religious scenes, and the fabula, covering pagan myth, allegory, and scenes from fiction, which could not be regarded as true.
According to Smith, people begin performing rituals for some reason that is not related to myth ; later, after they have forgotten the original reason for a ritual, they try to account for the ritual by inventing a myth and claiming that the ritual commemorates the events described in that myth.