Clytie [3]

CLYTIE, es, ist, nach einigen, der Medea Mutter, Hygin. Præf. p. 11. die aber billiger Idyia genannt wird. Muncker. ad eumd. l. c.


http://www.zeno.org/Hederich-1770.

Schlagen Sie auch in anderen Wörterbüchern nach:

  • Clytie (Oceanid) — Bust of Clytie, by Hiram Powers, modeled 1865 1867, carved 1873. Clytia (or Clytie) was a water nymph, daughter of Oceanus and Tethys in Greek mythology.[1] She loved Apollo.[ …   Wikipedia

  • Clytie — Klytia and Clytia redirect here. For other uses, see Clytia (disambiguation). In Greek mythology, the name Clytie (Κλυτίη, Ionic) or Clytia (Κλυτία, Attic and other dialects) may refer to: Clytie (Oceanid), known for her unrequited love for… …   Wikipedia

  • Catocalinae — Rotes Ordensband (Catocalina nupta) Systematik Überordnung: Neuflügler (Neoptera) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Apatura ilia — Kleiner Schillerfalter Kleiner Schillerfalter Systematik Ordnung: Schmetterlinge (Lepidoptera) Familie …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kleiner Schillerfalter — Systematik Ordnung: Schmetterlinge (Lepidoptera) Familie: Ede …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • The Starlight Express — is a children s play by Violet Pearn, [Dramatist Violet Pearn, born at Plymouth in 1890, was the author of many plays, and adapted several of Algernon Blackwood s tales.] based on the imaginative novel A Prisoner in Fairyland by Algernon… …   Wikipedia

  • Nick Nolte — Nolte at the Toronto International Film Festival, 2005 Born Nicholas King Nolte February 8, 1941 (age 70) Omaha, Nebraska, US Occupation …   Wikipedia

  • Absalom, Absalom! —   First edition cover …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Ramsden — (* 30. März 1947 in Sydney, Australien) ist ein australischer Maler. Er besuchte von 1963 bis 1965 die „National Art School“ in Sydney. Nach einer erfolgreichen Karriere in Australien folgt er 1990 der Einladung seines Freundes, des deutschen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Meg Mundy — in The Respectful Prostitute at the Cort Theatre. Photo by Carl Van Vechten Born Margaret Mundy January 4, 1915 (1915 01 04) …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”