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Callirrhoë

(kəlĭr`ōē): see AlcmaeonAlcmaeon
, in Greek legend, son of Amphiaraüs and Eriphyle, a leader of the expedition of the Epigoni against Thebes. He murdered his mother in revenge for his father's death and consequently was haunted by the Erinyes until he found haven on Achelous' island.
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Callirrhoë

(kəlĭr`ōē), in astronomy, one of the 39 known moons, or natural satellites, of JupiterJupiter
, in astronomy, 5th planet from the sun and largest planet of the solar system. Astronomical and Physical Characteristics

Jupiter's orbit lies beyond the asteroid belt at a mean distance of 483.6 million mi (778.
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Callirrhoë

demands of husband former wife’s necklace and robe. [Gk. Legend: NCE, 55]
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A[2.sup.v]; Barclay, Callirhoe (1615), sigs [A[6.sup.v]]-[B.sup.r].
de Temmerman, "Institutional Realia in Chariton's Callirhoe: Historical and Contemporary Elements," Humanitas 54 (2002): 181-83.
(9.) Chariton, Callirhoe 5.5.5, and Heliodorus, Aethopica 1.18.3-4; both passages are discussed by S.
The same may be said about the meaning of the verb in the instance from Chariton's Chaereas and Callirhoe. For in this instance Chariton portrays Stratira, the queen of Asia, now a captive, as 'sighing [groaning] deeply' and decrying Fortune ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ...
Coresus and Callirhoe was one of the sensations of the Salon, and it secured Fragonard his early reputation as well as a studio in the Louvre.
wife of the man involved in the recognition; both Alcestis and Callirhoe
The raising of the status of the Areopagus is perhaps reflected in Chariton Callirhoe 1.11 on the fierceness of the Areopagites, as noted by Pervo 2009:427.
The particular significance of bathing for female spectators is demonstrated by a passage in the ancient Greek romance Chaereas and Callirhoe by Chariton, in which the heroine bathes under the gaze of her companions (2.2.2):
MALVACEAE (Mallow Family) Callirhoe involucrata (Torr.
Individual species that dominated the site were the native perennial grass Schizachyrium scoparium (IV = 31.3) and three native perennial forbs Opuntia macrorhiza (19.0), Callirhoe triangulata (13.4) and Ambrosia psilostachya (12.8).
la mani?[umlaut]re d'un authentique heros de roman, se fait accompagner dans sa qu?*te par un fid?[umlaut]le compagnon : il << a embarque avec >> Anticl?[umlaut]s ([phrase omitted]) de la m?*me fa?s.on que, chez Chariton, Polycharme, paradigme de l'ami romanesque, << s'est embarque volontairement avec >> Chaireas ([phrase omitted]) pour retrouver Callirhoe (Chariton, 8,7,8).