Atys

[gastropod] Atys is a genus of very small to medium-sized sea snails, marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusks in the family Haminoeidae. All the species within the genus Atys are herbivores. They occur in tropical and warm oceans and seas. They are cephalaspideans, part of the suborder of headshield slugs and bubble snails. The genus was na...
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Atys

[King of Alba Longa] In Roman mythology, Atys s was a descendant of Alba and the sixth king of Alba Longa. ...
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Atys

[King of the Maeonians] Atys (Ἄτυς) one of the sons of Manes along with Cotys, was the second king of Maeonia (later known as Lydia) and father of Lydus. He was the second king of the Atyad dynasty according to Herodotus. Herodotus later (1.94) relates that Maeonia (Lydia) was beset with famine during Atys` reign, on which account the ...
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Atys

[Lully] Atys (Attis) is a tragédie en musique, a type of early French opera, in a prologue and five acts by Jean-Baptiste Lully to a libretto by Philippe Quinault based on Ovid`s Fasti. It was premiered on 10 January 1676 by Lully`s Académie Royale de Musique (Paris Opera) for the royal court at the Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye and w...
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Atys

[Piccinni] Atys is a tragédie lyrique in three acts by Niccolò Piccinni with a French libretto by Jean-François Marmontel. Marmontel`s libretto was based upon Philippe Quinault`s libretto for Jean-Baptiste Lully`s 1676 opera of the same title. Quinault based his rendition on Ovid`s Fasti. Marmontel adapted Quinault`s libretto and modifie...
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Atys

[son of Croesus] Atys (Ἄτυς) was the son of Croesus, father of Pythius, a king of Lydia. According to book one of the Histories by Herodotus, his father had a dream, in this dream he saw his son Atys being killed by a spear. As a result Croesus, seeking to prevent or stave off the foreseen fate, had his son married immediately and ceas...
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Atys

Atys: see Attis.
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