Cithaeron
or Modern Greek Kithairón or formerly Elatea geographical name mountain 4623 feet (1409 meters) Greece on NW border of ancient Attica

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  • Cithaeron — CITHAERON, onis, Gr. Κιθαιρὼν, ῶνος, ein alter König in Böotien, von welchem der Berg Cithäron seinen Namen bekommen. Pausan. Bœot c. 1. p. 543. Er war ein sehr schlauer Mann, so daß er dem Jupiter selbst mit seinem klugen Rathe dienete. Denn als …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon

  • Cithaeron — Cithaeron …   Wikipédia en Français

  • CITHAERON — I. CITHAERON Rex, a quo monti nomen impositium, memoratur Pausaniae, l. 9. II. CITHAERON vulgo M. di Stives, mons Boeotiae clarissimus, cuius radicem Asopus amnis alluit. Servius, in l. 10. Aen. credidit alterum esse ex iugis Parnassi, quod… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Cithaeron — Ci·thae·ron (sĭ thîrʹən) A mountain, 1,410 m (4,623 ft) high, of southeast Greece. It was considered sacred to Dionysus and the Muses. * * * ▪ mountains, Greece Modern Greek  Kithairón,         mountain range in Greece, separating Boeotia from… …   Universalium

  • Cithaéron — Cithéron Dans la mythologie grecque, Cithéron, roi de Platées, donna son nom au mont Cithéron. Au temps où Zeus, amoureux de la nymphe Platée, craignait d éveiller la jalousie d Héra, Cithéron lui conseilla de placer près de lui son char avec une …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Charaxes cithaeron — Blue spotted Emperor Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta …   Wikipedia

  • КИФЕРОН —    • Cithaeron,          Κιθαιρών, лесистая гора между Беотией, Аттикой и Мегаридой, см. Attica, Аттика, 1, и Boeotia, Беотия …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • Cithaeronidae — Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Arachnida …   Wikipedia

  • List of Cithaeronidae species — This page lists all described species of the spider family Cithaeronidae as of Sept. 6, 2007.Cithaeron Cithaeron O. P. Cambridge, 1872 * Cithaeron delimbatus Strand, 1906 East Africa * Cithaeron indicus Platnick Gajbe, 1994 India * Cithaeron… …   Wikipedia

  • The Bacchae — Infobox Play name= The Bacchae caption = Pentheus being torn apart by Agave and Ino, Attic red figure vase. writer = Euripides chorus = Bacchae, female followers of Dionysus characters = Dionysus Teiresias Cadmus Pentheus Servant Messenger Second …   Wikipedia

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