Macaria

Macaria or Makaria (Greek Μακαρία) is the name of two figures from ancient Greek religion and mythology. Although they are not said to be the same and are given different fathers, they are discussed together in a single entry both in the 10th-century Byzantine encyclopedia the Suda and by Zenobius. ==Daughter of Heracles== In the Heracleida...
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Macaria

(from the article `Hartlib, Samuel`) Among the more than 30 tracts and treatises published by Hartlib, Macaria (1641) is notable for its outline of a utopia based on the philosophy of ...
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Macaria

[a Greek and Byzantine goddess] A list of people who where born, resided or currently reside in Portadown, County Armagh. ...
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Macaria

[moth] Macaria was a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. It is now considered a synonym of Semiothisa. Species include: ...
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