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ETHIOPIAN SATYR (Satyros Aithiopikos)

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The rustic Panes housed themselves under shelter in the ravines, for they occupied at evening time the natural caverns of a lioness in the wilds. The Panes had drunk no hot blood fresh from the veins of a lioness of the wilds, and rushed not swift as the wind frenzied into the conflict, but they were mild with fear : hesitating they pawed the ground with gentle noiseless hooves, and ceased the terrible leaps of their highland dance. The internal consumables supplies can provide atmosphere purification for one week maximum on Earth and 48 hours in a hostile environment such as the Moon or Mars. Burn the vine plants and all the various gear of Bakkhos Bacchus and set fire to their camp; bring the Mainalides as slaves to triumphant Deriades; consume with fire every thrysus of the enemy; ads for the oxhorned Seilenoi Silens and the crowds of Satyroi, shear off like a crop all their heads with devastating steel, and hang the oxhorned skulls in strings round all our hourses. Grant Roman mythographer C2nd A.

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Satyrs

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Wherever your course leads you, young men's shouts and women's cries echo afar with noise of tambourines and clashing bronze and long-bored pipes of box. The Satyroi Satyrs dived into a bear's cave, and hollowed their little bed in the rock with sharp finger-nails in place of cutting steel; until the light-brining morning shone, and the brightness of Eos the Dawn newly risen showed itself peacefully to both Indians and Satyroi. And it appears that for ten months a Phasma Satyros Phantom Satyr had been haunting the village, who was mad after the women and was said to have killed two of them to whom he was supposed to be specially attached. Shortly after this, there was an attempt on Tirgatao's life, likely organized by Satyros. Evelyn-White Greek epic C7th to 4th B. I will destroy the water-traversing lions of Dionysos.

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ROBOTECH: Southern Cross Mecha Technical Files

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Boyle Roman poetry C1st B. In this way, and in sighing and calling on the fauns and satyrs of the woods and the nymphs of the streams, and Echo, moist and mournful, to answer, console, and hear him, as well as in looking for herbs to sustain him, he passed his time until Sancho's return; and had that been delayed three weeks, as it was three days, the Knight of the Rueful Countenance would have worn such an altered countenance that the mother that bore him would not have known him: and here it will be well to leave him, wrapped up in sighs and verses, to relate how Sancho Panza fared on his mission. A storm of watery trumpets bellowed from the battling waves; the River moaned as it raised the water high, battling against the Satyroi. This document is in no way intended to infringe upon their rights. Rackham Roman rhetorician C1st B. Aldrich Greek mythographer C2nd A. He received the first prize with soft hair flowing, Leneus took the second full of envy, for he understood the jealous trick of Lyaios and his passion; Kissos eyed his comrades with look abashed, as he held out his hand for the last prize discontented.

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This Ancient Greek biographical article is a. Evelyn-White Greek epic C8th or 7th B. Her the Satyroi Satyrs outraged not only in the usual way, but also in a most shocking manner. Melville Roman epic C1st B. Rouse Greek epic C5th A.

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SATYRS (Satyroi)

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Fairbanks Greek rhetorician C3rd A. Jones Greek geographer C1st B. Jones Greek travelogue C2nd A. It was also equipped with a powerful radar set for a non-combat battloid that was evidenced by the twin arrays located to either side of the head. At last the sailors in fear cast a foreign woman on to the island. In the foreground were box-bordered walks, smooth, sleek lawns, and formal beds of gorgeous flowering plants, while here and there marble statues of wood nymph and satyr gleamed, sparkling in the brilliant sunlight, or, half shaded by an overhanging bush, took on a semblance of life from the riotous play of light and shadow as the leaves above them moved to and fro in the faint breeze.

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When Neptunus had hurled his trident at the Satyrus, it became fixed in a rock. Aldrich Greek mythographer C2nd A. Kissos flew with stormy movement of his feet just skimming the top of the ground as he touched it. Another skipt up struck with a tippler's madness when he heard the horrid boom of the beaten drumskin. Another leapt on the back of the bear of Kybele Cybele , and attacking the enemy, shaking his vinewrapt thyrsus and scaring the drivers of long-legged elephants. Cymbals clanged, panspipes whiffled about the melodious table, double hoboys were droning, the round of the loud-thrumming drum made the hall ring again with its double bangs, there were castanets rattling over that supper! She invites, too, Satyri Satyrs and Nymphae Nymphs , Rural-Spirits rustica numina ; Silenus is present, uninvited. Rouse Greek epic C5th A.

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. Wilson Greek rhetorician C2nd to 3rd A. Knee rings for mounting ropes and a chest bar for rigging off of. With it's large shoulders, clawed arms and hands and long skinny legs it looked very close to it's Greek namesake. Taylor Greek hymns C3rd B.

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A Satyros Satyr paddling the flood with his hands waggled his wet tail straight out through the water. High gain phased arrays and signal processors to deal with harsh mountainous propagation environment. Ethiopian Satyr A violent, phantom Satyr which was pacified with wine by the pagan prophet Apollonius of Tyana to end its depredations on an Ethiopian village. Gullick Greek rhetorician C2nd to 3rd A. There was dancing too; fragrant air was wafted through a house full of harping, the streets of the city were filled with sweet steamy odours, ample streams of wine made the whole house carouse. He threw his arms over the shoulders of two Satyroi and supported himself between them, then climbed right up from the ground twisting his legs about them.

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Satyrs show up over and over in ancient art. With Pherespondos walked Lykos the loudvoiced herald, and Pronomos renowned for intelligence--all sons of Hermes, when he had joined Iphthime to himself in secret union. Another shot at the foe with fleshcutting ivy; no sword he had, no round buckler, no deadly spear of battle, but shaking clustered leaves of plants he killed the mailed man with a tiny twig. The Satyroi also fought; they were whitened with mystic chalk, and on their cheeks hung the terrifying false mask of a sham voiceless face. Seilenoi Silens and Satyroi settled in companies round the table with the god of the thyrsus, all with multitudinous hands partook of the same food. I will not suffer this unnatural passage to be unavenged: for both you and me it is a disgrace, when the warriors of Bromios have made a path for footmen and drivers high and dry! A Man and a Satyros once drank together in token of a bond of alliance being formed between them. He allowed the son of his powerful minister to travel to Athens with two ships filled with wheat.

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Satyr

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They were probably the same as the Seilenoi Silens. Let the Satyroi's Satyrs' host be caught in the flood, let my river receive the cariot, let the charioteers be rolled in my flood, let the riders be swallowed in the mad waves! Translation Satyrs, Fauns Dancing Satyr, Athenian red-figure psykter C5th B. Around him thronged his usual company, Satyri Satyrs and Bacchae. These etymologies are late inventions. But no sooner had they made the oath, than they planned schemes to break it.

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