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Androgeus

(ăndrŏj`ēəs): see MinosMinos
, in Greek mythology, king of Crete, son of Zeus and Europa. He was the husband of Pasiphaë, who bore him Androgeus, Glaucus, Ariadne, and Phaedra. Because Minos failed to sacrifice a beautiful white bull to Poseidon, the god caused Pasiphaë to conceive a lustful
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It could be to save space, or it could be to indicate the fictionality of Geoffrey's Androgeus story.
The historiographical situation of Geoffrey's King Arviragus had much in common with that of Androgeus; like Androgeus, Arviragus was a shadowy figure with a vague link to historical truth, whom Geoffrey had made over for his epic agenda.
As with Androgeus, with Arviragus the poet reminds us of the gap between the patriotic significance of events in the Galfridian scheme and the historical truth about Roman Britain.
Spenser tells us he was a king, uncle of Androgeus and Tenantius, and younger brother of Lud (stanza 46).
Like all true Galfridian heroes - recall the Androgeus situation - Bunduca loses only because she is betrayed by traitors in the ranks; some of her own "Captains" have defected to the enemy Roman general.
Arauca Casanare Meta Especie\Departamento Heraclides thoas nealces X X X Parides eurimedes X X X Heraclides anchisiades X X X Heraclides homothoas X X Battus polydamas polydamas X X Battus ingenuus X Parides sesostris tarquinius X Battus crassus X Parides anchises X Heraclides androgeus X Heraclides isidorus rhodostictus X Parides lysander X Parides aeneas X Parides erithalion X
de individuos Bosque ripario Danainae Lycorea cleobaea 8 Biblidinae Dinamine mylitta 11 Charaxinae Memphis morvus * 3 Archaeoprepona demophon ** 6 Noreppa chromus * 1 Papilionidae Heraclides anchisiades 8 Battus polydamas 8 Protesilaus protesilaus 5 Heraclides androgeus 1 Morphinae Morpho peleides 9 Riodinidae Rethus arcius 1 Subtotal 61 Canaduzal Nymphalinae Cybdelis mnasylus 12 Morphinae Caligo illioneus 14 Subtotal 26 Policultivo cafe--platano Ithomiinae Ceratinia tutia 44 Subtotal Total 593 Sin especificacion.
de Familia/subfamilia Especie exclusiva individuos Bosque ripario Danainae Lycorea cleobaea 8 Biblidinae Dinamine mylitta 11 Charaxinae Memphis morvus * 3 Archaeoprepona demophon ** 6 Noreppa chromus * 1 Papilionidae Heraclides anchisiades 8 Battus polydamas 8 Protesilaus protesilaus 5 Heraclides androgeus 1 Morphinae Morpho peleides 9 Riodinidae Rethus arcius 1 Subtotal 61 Canaduzal Nymphalinae Cybddis nmasylus 12 Morphinae Caligo illioneus 14 Subtotal 26 Policultivo cafe--platano Ithomiinae Ceiatima tuna 44 Subtotal Total 593 * Especies capturadas en trampas.
The first panel shows the Cretan king Minos' campaign against Athens, in vengeance for the death of his son Androgeus (Fig.
Brown & Lamas, 1994, Eurytides serville acritus (Rothschild & Jordan, 1906), Protesilaus molops hetaerius (Rothschild & Jordan, 1906), Protesilaus protesilaus dariensis (Rothschild & Jordan, 1906), Battus polydamas polydamas (Linnaeus, 1758), Parides erithalion erithalion (Boisduval, 1836), Parides eurimedes arriphus (Boisduval, 1836), Parides iphidamas phalias (Rothschild & Jordan, 1906), Heraclides anchisiades idaeus (Fabricius, 1793), Heraclides androgeus epidaurus (Godman & Salvin, 1890), Heraclides astyalus cerc.
Prince Androgeus of Crete was murdered in Athens on the eve of the Olympic Games.