Atropos

[Goya] Atropos, or The Fates (Spanish: Átropos or Las Parcas) is one of the 14 black paintings painted by Francisco de Goya between 1819–23. Goya, then 75 and in mental and physical despair, created the series directly onto the interior walls of the house known as `The House of the Deaf Man` (Quinta del Sordo), purchased in 1819. It prob...
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Atropos

[n] - the Fate who cuts the thread of life
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Atropos

In Greek mythology, the eldest of the Fates, who cut the thread of human life. Her attributes are scissors, scales, or a sundial. ...
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Atropos

noun the Fate who cuts the thread of life; identified with Roman Morta
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Atropos

Atropos In Greek mythology, one of the three Fates who influenced human destiny. Atropos was known as the Inexorable, and carried the shears that cut the thread of life. The Greek goddesses of destiny. In Greek mythology, the three goddesses, Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos, often depicted as women of advanced years spinning, were believed to dec...
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Atropos

Atropos (ă'trupos") : see Fates.
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Atropos

[journal] Atropos is a UK-based journal for specialists in Lepidoptera and Odonata. It takes its name from the scientific name of the Death`s-head Hawkmoth, Acherontia atropos. It was first published in May 1996. ...
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Atropos

Atropos or Aisa (s; Ἄτροπος `without turn`), in Greek mythology, was one of the three Moirai, goddesses of fate and destiny. Her Roman equivalent was Morta. Atropos or Aisa was the oldest of the Three Fates, and was known as the `inflexible` or `inevitable.` It was Atropos who chose the mechanism of death and ended the life of each m...
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Atropos

One of several Fates.
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