first appears in Ovid's tale dressed as the Bacchantes' queen, "in all the dress / of frenzy," spear over her shoulder, draped in vines and deer hide.
Unlike Philomela and Procne
, who enact their own vengeance against Tereus, Lucretia adheres, as best that she still can, to the gender dynamics of Roman patriarchy: she enacts violence on her own body, but leaves public vengeance to those men who witness her suicide.
12) The painting of Europa is described as one painting representing one scene; the paintings of Andromeda and Prometheus are joined in a diptych; the painting of Philomela and Procne
seems to be one painting including different scenes.
Subspecies and breeding behavior of the cyprinid fish Notropis procne
reads the tapestry and immediately understands it.
Newlands (1997) discusses the way in which Ovid's Medea is dispersed into other heroines in the Metamorphoses, such as Procne
, Scylla, and Althaea.
De Montalk also skillfully--and without taking sides--plays with elements taken from different layers of Western "collective consciousness," among them ideas of the Orient as a world with "other" values, beliefs, traditions, and "truths"; historical data on the Crimean Khanate and on the Russian Empire's southward expansion in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; biographical information on Pushkin's Southern "exile" and his writing of The Fountain of Bakhchisarai in the period between 1821 and 1823; and material taken from Ovid's Metamorphoses, in particular the story of Philomela and Procne
, from Aristotle's Poetics, and from the works of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Balkhi ("Rumi"), Nikolai Karamzin, and the Polish king Jan Sobieski.
Yorkshire-based Scouser Joe Sime did so with feats that included four Ebor Handicap victories between 1947 and 1963 on Procne
, Donino, Morecambe (the best horse he ever rode) and Partholon.
Familia Subfamilia Especie Hesperiidae Pyrrhopyginae Pyrrhopygepapius papius Hopffer, 1874 Pyrginae Urbanus procne
(Plotz, 1880) Potamanaxas laoma fumida (Draudt, 1922) Sostratagrippa Evans, 1953 Heteropterinae Dalla cypselus cypselus (C.
Fox observes that Golding's translation of Ovid's tales of Procne
and Hecuba "highlights most clearly the inability of his female characters to speak or weep once their interior states are wholly devoted to picturing revenge.
The image, from Vermeer's Young Woman Seated at a Virginal, circa 1670, is rich with associations; she could be a siren luring men to their death, or also Philomela or Procne
, who in Greek myth became a swallow and a nightingale respectively.
The silenced young woman languishes alone in a wood, where she weaves her "tale of wickedness" into a rug, which she then sends to her sister, Procne
, who learns to read the symbolic, opaquely stitched message and subsequently rescues her (Ovid, Metamorphoses, trans.