Ascalaphus


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Ascalaphus

turned into an owl by Demeter. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 37]

Ascalaphus

Hadean gardener; informs on Persephone, learning of her potential departure. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 33]
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A possible case of double brooding of Pharaoh Eagle Owls (Bubo ascalaphus Savigny, 1809) in Egypt.
In a speech glossed by Chapman as "of purpose to incense Mars Scoptice," Hera then provokes the war god by praising him for bearing so patiently the death of his son Ascalaphus, a wartime casualty of "Jove's high grace to Troy.