Arion

(from the article `Greek mythology`) ...carried off Europa, a Phoenician princess, and he appeared in the guise of a swan in order to attract Leda, wife of a king of Sparta. Poseidon ...
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Arion

(lived 7th century BC) Greek writer, reputedly the first to introduce choral works known as dithyrambs. He returned to the court of
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Arion

[gastropod] clade Euthyneura clade Panpulmonata clade Eupulmonata clade Stylommatophora Arion is a genus of air-breathing land slugs in the family Arionidae, the roundback slugs. Most species of this Palearctic genus are native to the Iberian Peninsula. Species can be difficult to distinguish from one another upon cursory examination, becau...
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Arion

[journal] Arion is a journal of humanities and the classics published at Boston University. The editor-in-chief is Herbert Golder, a professor of classics at BU. Originally founded in the 1960s at the University of Texas, Arion was revived by Golder in 1990. It now appears three times per year, publishing essays, reviews, translations, and ...
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Arion

[Matho] Arion is an opera by the French composer Jean-Baptiste Matho, first performed at the Académie Royale de Musique (the Paris Opera) on 10 April 1714. It takes the form of a tragédie en musique in a prologue and five acts. The libretto, by Louis Fuzelier, is based on the Greek myth of the poet Arion. ==Sources== ...
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Arion

[mythology] In Greek mythology, Arion or Areion (`Ἀρίων, Ἀρείων, gen.: Ἀρίωνος, Ἀρείωνος) is a divinely-bred, extremely swift immortal horse which, according to the Latin poet Sextus Propertius, was endowed with speech. Arion`s siring by Poseidon in stallion form vary by author: according to the Pseudo-Apollodo...
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Arion

Arion (uri'un) , Greek poet, inventor of the dithyramb. He is said to have lived at Periander's court in Corinth in the late 7th cent. B.C. A legend repeated by Herodotus tells how, having been thrown overboard by pirates, Arion was saved by a dolphin charmed by his music.See A. W. Pickard-Cambr...
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Arion

Arion is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `silver, magic horse` The name Arion is most commonly given to American boys. In Scotland, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Italia and England and Wales it is (almost) solely given to boys What do they use in other countries? Arian (Albanian) Arien Arreon The name sounds like: Arron, Aron...
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Arion

Musician; thrown overboard by pirates but saved by dolphin.
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Arion

semilegendary Greek poet and musician of Methymna in Lesbos. He is said to have invented the dithyramb (choral poem or chant performed at the ... [2 related articles]
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