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Marsyas

(mär`sēəs), in Greek mythology, Phrygian satyr. He found the flute that Athena had invented but had thrown away. He became so skillful with the instrument that he challenged the lyre-playing Apollo to a contest. Apollo accepted on the condition that the victor might do as he would with the vanquished. The Muses, acting as judges, awarded the contest to Apollo. Apollo promptly flayed Marsyas for his presumption. The river Marsyas sprang from his blood or from the tears of his mourners. Among the many statues depicting this event is the Flaying of Marsyas, in the Villa Albani, Rome.

Marsyas

flute player who challenges Apollo, loses, and is flayed alive for his presumption. [Gk. Myth.: Brewer Dictionary, 588]
See: Torture

MARSYAS

MARshall SYstem for Aerospace Simulation.

A software system for digital simulation of large physical systems.

["MARSYAS - A Software System for the Digital Simulation of Physical Systems", H. Trauboth et al, Proc SJCC, 36 (1970)].
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It seems to me that you are the young Apollo and that I am Marsyas listening to you.
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A small marble tondo depicting Apollo and Marsyas attributed to a follower of Michelangelo and dated ca.
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