iii. (Paus. vii. (Harpocrat., Suid., Etym. Leucas was believed to have derived its name from him. 134; Horat. i. His colossal statue there is estimated by Pausanias (iii. Definizione ⇒ UN EPITETO DI APOLLO su Cruciverba.it Tutte le soluzioni dei cruciverba per UN EPITETO DI APOLLO chiare e classificabili. Thus the descendants of Deucalion, who founded Lycoreia, followed a wolf's roar; Latona came to Delos as a she-wolf, and she was conducted by wolves to the river Xanthus; wolves protected the treasures of Apollo; and near the great altar at Delphi there stood an iron wolf with inscriptions. 1. 91‑92, δῶτορ ἐάων, δῶτορ ἀπημονίης) corrisponde all’immagine del re come garante della prosperità e della sicurezza del suo regno. Aen. 25. xx. l. c.). Aen. Argon. (Eustath. Suppl. Byz. s. v. Thumbra; Eurip. Byz. Sympos. . Translations in context of "epiteto" in Italian-English from Reverso Context: Brown diede l'epiteto latino acuminatus per indicare le foglie - affilate o appuntite. La forma è una variante di Anextlomaro "Gran Protettore", un modello divino o un nome attestato in un frammento gallico-romano originario di Le Mans, Francia. iii. ii. (Callim. ), CO′RYDUS (Korudos), a surname of Apollo, under which the god had a temple eighty stadia from Corone, on the sea-coast. in Cer. p. p. 598; Steph. maiusc., sole: nel tenebroso fondo ... | ove mai non entrò raggio d A. 32.) 42; Propert. … in Apoll. (Dion Cass. ), ONCAEUS (Onkaios), a surname of Apollo, derived from Oncesium on the river Ladon in Arcadia, where he had a temple. (Philostr. Some derived it from Carnus, an Acarnanian soothsayer, whose murder by Hippotes provoked Apollo to send a plague into the army of Ilippotes while he was on his march to Peloponnesus. Mi date qualche esempio? 146, Nem. the god of marble, a surname of Apollo, who had a sanctuary in the marble quarries at Carystus. 24. ix. the shining, pure or bright, occurs both as an epithet and a name of Apollo, in his capacity of god of the sun. § 3), Mycenae (ii. 4. ad Hom. ), hunting:--. Rhod. viii. iii. § 4. Rhes. iii. Ars Am. Alexikakos o Apotropaeos, entrambi significanti "colui che scaccia - o tiene lontano - il male". 24. § 3; Schol. Sat. (Paus. CATAE′BATES ( Kataibatês), occurs as a surname of several gods . Tutti quanti no, ma un bel numero li trovi su: Graves, I Miti Greci, Discussioni interessanti ma non correlate. Un simile significato ha anche … of Ant. (1_2_1234). The meaning of some of his titles remain obscure:--, Some general terms pertaining to the god's cult include:--. (Ariosto) Sinonimi: apolline. DE′LIUS and DE′LIA (Dêlios and Dêlia or Dêlias), surnames of Apollo and Artemis respectively, which are derived from the island of Delos the birthplace of those two divinities. (Müller, Dor. (Apollon. (Strab. 10; Hor. ii. 35. ad Hom. (Paus. He had sanctuaries under this name at Sparta and on mount Cynortium. 75, 100.). Pyrrh. xv. 33. i. 21. § 6; Strab. 31; Martial, iv. 10. All’epiteto Achaea di Demetra che, nella mitologia romana, corrisponde a Cerere; fa riferimento il genere Achaea Hübner, 1923, della famiglia Erebidae, cui … § 5, iv. 69; comp. iv. Boêdromios; Callim. Olymp. 17; Propert. APOLLO, HELIOS.) the expeller of locusts (paruôps), a surname of Apollo, under which he had a statue on the acropolis at Athens. p. i. 3. (Paus. 143, 346, 377.) After he had killed the lion of Cithaeron, a temple was erected to him by Alcathous at Megara under the name of Apollo Agraeus. 47. (Aeschyl. Tale collegamento è ulteriormente confermato dal culto di Afrodite attestato a Delfi, il luogo ove sorgeva il grande tempio di Apollo, con l’epiteto di Afrodite Epitymbia (“Che sta sopra le tombe”): presso la sua statua si celebravano cerimonie nel corso delle quali si evocavano le anime dei defunti84. 6. 41. Phot. ), TEGYRE′IUS (Tegurêios), a surname of Apollo, derived from the town of Tegyra in Boeotia. s. v. ; Sueton. 452, 461.) ), SMINTHEUS (Smintheus), a surname of Apollo, which is derived by some from sminthos, a mouse, and by others from the town of Sminthe in Troas (Horn. (Orph. ), EPIBATE′RIUS (Epibatêrios), the god who conducts men on board a ship, a surname of Apollo, under which Diomedes on his return from Troy built him a temple at Troezene. (Hom. ), [DELPHINIUS and] DELPHI′NIA (Delphinia), a surname of Artemis at Athens. (Virg. ), LYCE′GENES (Lukêgenês), a surname of Apollo, describing him either as the god born in Lycia, or as the god born of light. (Paus. § 4). p. 642; Virg. s. v. Tegura ; Plut. 2, iii. l. c.; Ov. Vit. 1, Her. i. 585 ; Eustath. i. Byz. Sat. Anextiomaro è un epiteto celtico del dio del sole Apollo che si trova in un'iscrizione romano-britannica a South Shields, Inghilterra. Hymn. Malloeis. Med. ), PHY′XIUS (Phuzios), i. e., the god who protects fugitives, occurs as a surname of Zeus in Thessaly (Schol. significato: Pura . pp. 18. ad Aen. 1416. Several other attempts to explain the name are given in Pausanias and the Scholiast on Theocritus. (Paus. Dizionario delle parole crociate. 91, viii. Il. § 3; Philostr. 64; Lycoph. 596. 17. Sat. i. 323; Hom. Pausanias (i. 31, Epist. 256), Artemis (Herod. 13. xi. Hymn. Not all of these titles were confined to their "home-town", for example, Apollon Pythios (of Phthia) was worshipped throughout Greece. Hymn. 28. 19. 6; Tac. 354. p. La forma è una variante di Anextlomaro "Gran Protettore", un modello divino o un nome attestato in un frammento gallico-romano originario di Le Mans, Francia. Tyr. ARCHE′GETES (Archêgetês). Questo è sufficiente per compilare la vostra definizione nel modulo. (Hom. Partendo dall’indagine etimologica dell’aggettivo (composto da chrysos e aor) e considerati i contesti in cui l’epiteto diventa qualificante, … 27.) § 4, ix. Hymn. 24. in Del. Welcker, Zeitschrift für Gesch. § 1. s. v. Hylê; Eustath. (Strab. In the temple of Apollo at Chryse there was a statue of the god by Scopas, with a mouse under its foot (Strab. ii. ), DAPHNAEUS and DAPHNAEA (Daphnaia and Daphnaios), surnames of Artemis and Apollo respectively, derived from daphnê, a laurel, which was sacred to Apollo. 425, Met. Plut. In the same sense Apollo bore the surname of Embasios. xiv. (Apollon. ii. This page lists his many titles and epithets. PAGASAEUS (Pagasaios), i. e. the Pagasaean, from Pegasus, or Pegasae, a town in Thessaly, is a surname of Apollo, who there had a sanctuary said to have been built by Trophonius (Hes. 217; Callim. iv. Rhod. In nearly all cases, moreover, where the god appears with this name, we find traditions concerning wolves. x. (Agônes, Paus. ), CHRYSAOR (Chrusaôr). ), EPACTAEUS or EPA′CTIUS (Epaktaios or Epaktios), that is, the god worshipped on the coast, was used as a surname of Poseidon in Samos (Hesych. ), MOIRA′GETES (Moiragetês), the guide or leader of fate, occurs as a surname of Zeus and Apollo at Delphi. 38. (Hesych. 53. Hymn. 34. 33; Paus. 4. Come chiami solo due note. 21, 24; Macrob. Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. Under this name Apollo had temples at Athens, Cnossus in Crete, Didyma, and Massilia. p. 42. 19. § 5, &c.). Leucadius or Leucates also occurs as a surname of Apollo, which he derived from a temple in Leucas. 9; Tibull. § 4.) ad Hom. Palat. ma può essere festeggiata anche: 30 aprile. Aggiungiamoci la complicazione che, ad esempio, Elio e Solare sono lo stesso epiteto (e che Strab. 9. In this sense it is used as a surname or attribute of several divinities, such as Apollo (Hom. Epod. in Apoll. x. Ol. i. xx. Byz. 1; Horat. 14. l. c. ; Hesych. ad Aen. This surname, which has the same meaning as akestôr and alexikakos, characterised the god as the averter of evil. 107.) 69.). in Dian. In addition to all this, Apollo is called lukoktonos. 33. ix. § 4. 83. der alt. 3. (Il. 6. Dio puro e lucente (Febo), sapiente interprete delle volontà del padre, alla sua vigilanza è affidato l’adempimento del suo volere. iv. ), [ZOSTERIUS and] ZOSTE′RIA (Zôstêria), a surname of Athena among the Epicnemidian Locrians. ), ALEXI′CACUS (Alexikakos), the averter of evil, is a surname given by the Greeks to several deities, as -- Zeus (Orph. ('Απόλλων, Apollo). 4. 446; Orph. But Agonius is more especially used as a surname of Hermes, who presides over all kinds of solemn contests. 43, 443; Virg. iii. (Aristoph. 9. xiv, p. L'epiteto è collegato ai delfini (greco δελφίς, -ῖνος) nell'Inno omerico ad Apollo (linea 400), che narra la leggenda di come Apollo venne per la prima volta a Delfi sotto forma di un delfino, portando sulla schiena i sacerdoti di Creta. 136; Aeschyl. unshorn, a surname of Apollo and Bacchus, alluding to the eternal youth of these gods, as the Greek youths allowed their hair to grow until they attained the age of manhood, though in the case of Apollo it may also allude to his being the god of the sun, whence the long floating hair would indicate the rays of the sun. 24. From Apollo himself the name Paean was transferred to the song dedicated to him, that is, to hymns chanted to Apollo for the purpose of averting an evil, and to warlike songs, which were sung before or during a battle. s. v. Sat. iv. Visualizza altre idee su Arte, Apollo, Arte greca. § 4, &c.), CY′NTHIUS and CY′NTHIA (Kunthia and Kunthios, surnames respectively of Artemis and Apollo, which they derived from mount Cynthus in the island of Delos, their birthplace. - ed. Un accordo è di tre note? 14. § 3, viii. i. A surname of Apollo, under which he was worshipped in several places, as at Naxos in Sicily (Thuc. A surname of Apollo, perhaps in the same sense as Lyceius; but he is usually so called with reference to Lycoreia, on Mount Parnassus. s. v. THYMBRAEUS (Thumbraios). p. 42, 2d edit. ii. (Comp. Some ancients derived the name from Apollo's grandmother Phoebe. La connessione dell’epiteto Zosterio con Apollo, nel nesso Ζωστηρίου … κλιτύν (Alex., 1278), si comprende solo come allusione al fr. p. (Lycophr. 26-lug-2020 - Esplora la bacheca "Apollo" di Mamo, seguita da 123 persone su Pinterest. Il. II. (Paus. 26. 25 novembre Nov 26, 2016 - Auguste Bartholdi, né le 2 août 1834 à Colmar et mort le 4 octobre 1904 à Paris, est un sculpteur et peintre français. A son of Manto, from whom the sanctuary of Apollo Malloeis in Lesbos was believed to have derived its name. ii. vi. ), PARNO′PIUS (Paruopios), i.e. i. (Apollon. Anextiomarus Anextiomaro è un epiteto celtico del dio del sole Apollo che si trova in un'iscrizione romano-britannica a South Shields, Inghilterra. 9. ), LAPHRAEUS (Laphraios), a surname of Apollo at Calydon. 10. Agamennone - Signore dei popoli, Achille - Piè veloce, Odisseo - Ricco di astuzie, Ettore - Magnanimo, Patroclo - Glorioso, Era - Dalle braccia bianche, Apollo - Arciere, Zeus - Olimpio, Poseidone - Che scuote la terra, Ares - L'indomabile dio della guerra, Troia - Dalle belle mura, Navi - Concave, Nausicaa - Dalle braccia splendenti, (Macrob. x. Rhod. 532, 858) speaks of one Hacaergus as a teacher and priest of Apollo and Artemis. deriva da: Kataòs . Byz. 27, in fin. The masculine form Delphinius is used as a surname of Apollo, and is derived either from his slaying the dragon Delphine or Delphyne (usually called Python) who guarded the oracle at Pytho, or front his having shewn the Cretan colonists the way to Delphi, while riding on a dolphin or metamorphosing himself into a dolphin. The mouse was regarded by the ancients as inspired by the vapours arising from the earth, and as the symbol of prophetic power. ), ACESTOR (Akestôr). ), -- to Apollo, who was worshipped under this name by the Athenians, because he was believed to have stopped the plague which raged at Athens in the time of the Peloponnesian war (Paus. iii. 83.) ), I′XIUS (Ixios), a surname of Apollo, derived from a district of the island of Rhodes which was called Ixiae or Ixia. 19. x. p 486, xiii. 699; Paus. (Steph. Byz. ad Hom. ), ACTIACUS, a surname of Apollo, derived from Actium, one of the principal places of his worship. nome: Caterina . diffusione: alta . p. 1494; Virg. Ricerca - Definizione . § 4. ii. in Apoll. (Hom. 2. i. § 1.) Serm. Aen. i. (Eurip. 521 ; Horat. vi. 54; Strab. 8; Eustath. La forma è una variante di Anextlomaro "Gran Protettore", un modello divino o un nome attestato in un frammento gallico-romano originario di Le Mans, Francia. ad Il. (Eustath. The masculine form Zosterius occurs as a surname of Apollo in Attica, on the slip of land stretching into the sea between Phaleron and Sunium. ad Hom. (Paus. § 361, note 5). ii. p. in Apoll. 11; Ov. xv. (Steph. ix. § 1.) (Paus. Hymn.in Apoll. 333; Callim. origine: greca . § 8. 2, p. 280, &c.). 3.9; Ov. §§ 2, 5.) In front of the platform is the altar. Herod. ), LO′XIAS (Loxias), a surname of Apollo, which is derived by some from his intricate and ambiguous oracles (loxa), but it is unquestionably connected with the verb Legein, and describes the god as the prophet or interpreter of Zeus. 19. Eustath. p. Hist. (Aristoph. 383. iii. 32. iv. (Eurip. ii. It must, however, be observed, that Lycius is often used in the sense of Lyceius, and in allusion to his being the slayer of wolves. p. 750; Philostr. - Nome del dio, che i Greci adorarono come un'ipostasi del sole, accanto all'altra divinità solare, Elio ("Ηλιος), che presto passò di gran lunga in seconda linea nel culto, a causa appunto della troppa aderenza, nel nome stesso evidente, della divinità all'astro che essa impersonava. 119.) L' epiteto specifico goodenovii commemora il Reverendo Samuel Goodenough, Vescovo di Carlisle e primo tesoriere della Linnean Society. Hippol. 154 ; Paus. iii. 769.) vi. p. 794; Macrob. s. v. Abai; Herod. 389. (Zosim. Perché i tasti bianco e nero del pianoforte sono posizionati come sono? 74; Thuc. 31. The origin of the worship of Apollo Agyieus in the last of these places is related by Pausanias. (Bekker, Anecdot. ), [SARPEDONIUS and] SARPEDO′NIA (Sarpêdonia), a surname of Artemis, derived from cape Sarpedon in Cilicia, where she had a temple with an oracle. Pelop. 676.) xii. Rhod. 143), the god used to spend the six winter months in every year. (Steph. 715; Strab. 29; Val. 224 ; Serv. Under this name Hermes had a statue at Megalopolis. i. (Paus. ad Hom. 147.) ), LYCEIUS (Lukeios), a surname of Apollo, the meaning of which is not quite certain, for some derive it from lukos, a wolf, so that it would mean "the wolf-slayer;" others from lukê, light, according to which it would mean "the giver of light;" and others again from the country of Lycia. 3. Respecting the festival of the Carneia see Dict. 251; Horat. liii. ad Lycoph. iii. ap. Others believed that Apollo was thus called from his favourite Carnus or Carneius, a son of Zeus and Europa, whom Leto and Apollo had brought up. viii. s. v. Eutrêsis; Eustath. (Pind. viii. ix. (Paus. vi. iv. (Paus. A surname of Apollo which characterises him as the god of the healing art, or in general as the averter of evil, like akesios. Others connect the name with the fact that at the festivals of Apollo, the procession was led by seven boys and seven maidens. viii. lo s.m. As such he was worshipped at Acharnae (Paus. § 1, ix. Aen. Elect. xvi. ), NO′MIUS (Noumios), a surname of divinities protecting the pastures and shepherds, such as Apollo, Pan. i. i. 655. 26) use it of Apollo and Zeus, and apparently in the sense of helpers in struggles and contests. 16. According to others, the name arose from the circumstance, that in the war of Erechtheus and Ion against Eumolpus, Apollo had advised the Athenians to rush upon the enemy with a war-shout (Boê), if they would conquer. 345. vii. (Ov. in Apoll. 42. Oed. Il tradizionale epiteto di Zeus, τέλειος, si riflette pertanto sul re mortale. Het.

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