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popular and mythology
The " Allegory of Music " is a popular theme in painting ; in this example, Lippi uses symbol s popular during the High Renaissance, many of which refer to Greek mythology.
* Egyptian mythology in popular culture
* Irish mythology in popular culture
This may indicate that Rabbinic or gnostic mythology was popular among the early Christians to whom the epistles were written and that the epistles ' author was attempting to resist that mythology.
During the Renaissance, there arose a critical attitude that sharply distinguished between apostolic tradition and what George Every calls " subsidiary mythology "— popular legends surrounding saints, relics, the cross, etc .— suppressing the latter.
There have also been several popular ideas about whether or not this particular piece of mythology has a connection to the climate change that occurred in the Nordic countries at the end of the Nordic Bronze Age dating from about 650 BC.
The topos of Heracles suckling at Hera's breast was especially popular in Magna Graecia, here on a mid-4th century Apulia n painted vase ; Etruscan mythology adopted this iconic image
The concept of a subterranean land inside the earth is popular in mythology, folklore and legends in ancient times.
Scenes from ancient history and mythology were also popular.
This, along with the general public's increasing lack of familiarity of Greek mythology at the time led to the figure of Pan becoming generalised as a ' horned god ', and applying connotations to the character, such as benevolence that were not evident in the original Greek myths which in turn gave rise to the popular acceptance of Murray's hypothetical horned god of the witches.
See Greek mythology in popular culture: Hermes
This great work covered the whole range of the subject, tracing the mythology and superstitions of the old Teutons back to the very dawn of direct evidence, and following their evolution to modern-day popular traditions, tales, and expressions.
Thirdly, he worked in the domain of ancient art and mythology ; his work in this area was popular but, according to some 20th-century critics, superficial.
See: Irish mythology in popular culture: The Morrígan
The punishment of Prometheus as a consequence of the theft is a major theme of his mythology, and is a popular subject of both ancient and modern art.
They also claim that the belief that solar deities are primarily male is linked to the fact that a few better known mythologies ( such as those of late classical Greece and late Roman mythology ) rarely break from this rule, although closer examination of the earlier myths of those cultures reveal a very different distribution than the contemporary popular belief.
Glen Morgan and James Wong's early influence on The X-Files mythology led to their introduction of popular secondary characters who would continue for years in episodes written by others, such as the Scully family: Dana's father, William ( Don S. Davis ); her mother, Margaret ( Sheila Larken ); and her sister, Melissa ( Melinda McGraw ).
The term has had some influence in modern popular culture, either directly influenced by the concept of Norse mythology or referring simply to a gathering of the chosen dead or a hall in honor of them.
Modern reconstructions of Viking mythology have shown a persistent influence in late 20th-and early 21st-century popular culture in some countries, inspiring comics, role-playing games, computer games, and music, including Viking metal, a sub-genre of heavy metal music.
It was a meditation on another aspect of popular American mythology, the role of greed and violence and their uneasy coexistence with the meaning of ethnicity and friendship.
Animalistic guardian spirits of day and night wearing Han Chinese clothing | Chinese robes, Han Dynasty Chinese paintings | paintings on ceramic tile ; Michael Loewe writes that the Hybrid ( mythology ) | hybrid of man and beast in art and religious beliefs predated the Han and remained popular during the first half of Western Han and the Eastern Han.
* Irish mythology in popular culture: Fionn mac Cumhaill
Category: Chinese mythology in popular culture

popular and strike
It was influenced not just by name of the poem, which was widely popular in the 1910s, but also because he tended to strike out frequently in his early career so fans and writers started calling him " strikeout Casey ".
Compared with language in a modern newspaper, magazine or popular novel, Shakespeare's language can strike contemporary readers as complex, elaborate and at times difficult to understand.
" Although its avantgarde character, according to the student strike organizers, was a threat to the " higher aims of the strike ", and notwithstanding attempts by the strike committee to censor it, the gazette became rapidly very popular among the students.
The show was not a popular success, owing in part to the publication of the ITV listings magazine, TV Times, being suspended because of a strike.
* July 13 – WWII: Montenegro starts the second popular uprising in Europe against the Axis Powers, the first being the so-called February strike against deportation of Jews in Amsterdam and surroundings on February 25, 1941.
Preservationists continue to strive to strike a balance between Olmsted's idyllic vision, and the realities of administering a popular scenic attraction.
In the Yorùbá religion, Ṣàngó ( also spelled, Sango or Shango, often known as Xangô or Changó in Latin America and the Caribbean, and also known as Jakuta ) ( from '= shan, ' to strike ') is perhaps one of the most popular Orisha ; also known as the god of fire, lightning and thunder.
Other episode plots in this season included: a prominent citizen being murdered due to sexual abuse in his family ; Virgil ’ s ex-partner and Althea ’ s ex-lover coming back to Sparta and being exposed as a murderer ; Chief Gillespie having to confront the legacy of his own bigoted past when he's duty-bound to arrest a close, lifelong friend — who is also the sheriff of the neighboring county — for committing a racially-motivated murder in his jail ; Bubba getting caught up in a love triangle ; Althea ’ s niece visiting from Philadelphia ; Virgil and Althea going to an all-White church ; Joanne being stalked by a murderous ex-con, which eventually exposes that she had been a prostitute out of necessity in a different city, long ago ; the arrest of councilwoman White ’ s son ; Chief Gillespie witnessing, and being deeply affected by, an execution ; a plant strike that leads to murder ; Bubba being accused of rape ; and, a manhunt for a drunk driver who killed three of Sparta's most popular high school cheerleaders, and crippled a fourth.
Offutt was brought to popular attention during its SAC period when the command was depicted in the 1955 film Strategic Air Command starring Jimmy Stewart, the 1963 film A Gathering of Eagles starring Rock Hudson, and 1964's Fail-Safe starring Henry Fonda ( which not only claimed to show portions of the base but also a nearby Omaha neighborhood ) and Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb starring Peter Sellers ( which depicts a nuclear first strike from a mad general at the fictional Burpelson Air Force Base ).
Many of Beckett ’ s plays and prose pieces are located “ in ‘ places ’ which may strike us as being most adequately described as ‘ Hell ’, ‘ Limbo ’ or ‘ Purgatory ’– and the parallels with Dante are always tempting ” – and indeed the most popular interpretation of Play is that the three are in some place like this.
Unfortunately, the gold used to strike the coins was overvalued, resulting in the coins being unacceptable to the public, and the coins were withdrawn after only a few months in circulation in August 1344 to be melted down to produce the more popular Noble.
Unfortunately the gold used to strike the coins was overvalued, resulting in the coins being unacceptable to the public, and the coins were withdrawn after only a few months in circulation, in August 1344, to be melted down to produce the more popular gold Noble.
Meanwhile, in the south, where Tombalbaye had his greatest support, he responded to a strike by students by replacing the popular Chief of Staff Jacques Doumro with Colonel Félix Malloum.
Leon Schlesinger, whose Leon Schlesinger Productions produced the popular Looney Tunes / Merrie Melodies cartoons for Warner Bros., attempted a lockout, but gave in to the union after his employees went on strike.
He believed that the best policy was to strike at the root of the evil by removing the causes of popular discontent and recommended to the emperor Alexander II a large scheme of administrative and economic reforms.
This method of communication became popular before the invention of electronic means of communication, and is still in use, primarily in older " hemp " houses during the set and strike of a show.
Previous director Jules Schucat had been very popular, and his ouster caused several members to go on strike.
Various themes were treated during the Congress, in particular concerning the organisation of the anarchist movement, popular education issues, the general strike or antimilitarism.
The strike would led one popular television host, René Lévesque, to launch a career in politics, one that would led him to found the Parti Québécois and, later, nine-years as the Premier of Quebec.
Although popular enough to command her own fees, Lloyd backed and supported the 1907 strike for better terms by music-hall performers.
While the strike was popular, it was also ineffective: many employers welcomed it as a means of cutting their expenses, since they had warehouses full of unsold goods.
Also popular to collect are the ' full talon ' variety, which are generally recognized as having a superior strike as the talons of the eagle on the reverse are fully separated and rounded, and may even show the folds of skin on the toes.

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