Atalanta

In Greek mythology Atalanta was a famous huntress of Arcadia. She was to be married only to someone who could outrun her in a race, the consequence of failure being death. One of her suitors obtained from Aphrodite three golden apples, which he threw behind him, one after another, as he ran. Atalanta stopped to pick them up, and was not unwillingly...
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Atalanta

In Greek mythology, an Arcadian huntress who challenged each of her suitors to a running race; losers were slain. The goddess ...
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Atalanta

in Greek mythology, a renowned and swift-footed huntress, probably a parallel and less important form of the goddess Artemis. Traditionally, she was ...
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Atalanta

Atalanta is a Greek girl name. The meaning of the name is `Mighty Huntress ` Where is it used? The name Atalanta is mainly used In Greek Mythology. The name Atalanta doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Atalanta seems to be unique!
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Atalanta

[Pantheon] Atalanta is a fictional character in Marvel Comics. Atalanta is a member of the super hero family the Pantheon. Atalanta is an excellent archer and uses arrows and a bow made out of pure energy. ==Fictional character biography== Nothing is known of Atalanta`s life before she joined the Pantheon, a self-ruling organization that at...
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Atalanta

[island] Atalanta (Ancient Greek: Ἀταλάντη), the modern Talandonísi (Ταλαντονήσι), is a small island off Locris, in the Opuntian Gulf, said to have been torn asunder from the mainland by an earthquake. In the first year of the Peloponnesian War this previously uninhabited island was fortified by the Athenians to prevent...
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Atalanta

Atalanta (ätulăn'tu) , in Greek mythology, huntress famous for her speed and skill. She took part in the Calydonian hunt and was rewarded by Meleager with the pelt of the boar. Later, warned by an oracle not to marry, she demanded that each suitor run a race with her, on the condition...
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Atalanta

[Bottiaea] Atalanta (Ἀταλάντη) or Allante (Ἀλλάντη) or Allantium was an ancient city of Bottiaea, between Gortynia and Europos, near Axius river, which may have been built by the Bottiaeans before their expulsion by Macedonians to Bottike. Axioupoli of today`s Kilkis regional unit claims to be the ancient location. N. G. L....
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Atalanta

[disambiguation] Atalanta is a heroine in Greek mythology. Atalanta may also refer to: ==Vehicles== ===Railway Locomotives=== ===Automobiles=== ===Airplanes=== ==Vessels== ===Ships=== ===Yachts=== ...
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Atalanta

[opera] Handel composed it for the London celebrations of the marriage in 1736 of Frederick, Prince of Wales, eldest son of King George II, to Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha. The first performance took place on 12 May 1736 in the Covent Garden Theatre. It closed with a spectacular display of fireworks, which was highly popular with the roya...
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Atalanta

[1937 automobile] The Atalanta was an English automobile manufactured from 1937 until 1939 by Atalanta Motors Ltd in Staines, Middlesex. Two models were made. ==History== The 1937 car used Albert Gough`s somewhat erratic 4-cylinder overhead-cam 1496 cc 78 bhp and 1996 cc 98 bhp engines with three valves and two spark plugs per cylinder whic...
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Atalanta

[1915 automobile] The Atalanta was an English automobile manufactured in Greenwich, southeast London (then part of Kent until 1941) from 1915 to 1917. One of a number of light car companies to start business during the First World War, the Atalanta was one of the latest startups. The 9 hp light car sold for £195 with a non-proprietary four...
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Atalanta

Atalanta (ə; Ἀταλάντη Atalantē) is a character in Greek mythology, a virgin huntress, unwilling to marry, and loved by the hero Meleager. ==Legend== Atalanta was the daughter of Iasus (or Mainalos or Schoeneus, according to Hyginus), a Boeotian (according to Hesiod), or an Arcadian princess (according to the Bibliotheca). The Bibliothec...
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Atalanta

[magazine] Atalanta was a British monthly magazine for girls, which was published between 1887 and 1898. ==History== Named after the Greek mythological heroine Atalanta, the magazine was founded by L. T. Meade as a successor to Every Girl`s Magazine. It appeared monthly from January 1887 at six pence per issue. A high literary standard was ...
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