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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

(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

demands of husband former wife’s necklace and robe. [Gk. Legend: NCE, 55]
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Some Political and Ideological Dimensions of Chariton's Chaireas and Callirhoe.
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.
Callirhoe was reluctant, but Plangon finally managed to get her to the bath.
Throughout the novel the Greek woman Callirhoe is visualized through the eyes of ever more powerful men.
B N 4094 Watson [death-camass] MALVACEAE Callirhoe involucrata (Nutt.
Tyche in Chariton's Chaereas and Callirhoe and in the Byzantine Romance of Kallimachos and Chrysorroi.
The climactic and most intimate viewing of Callirhoe takes place within the Persian Empire, at Babylon, inside the royal palace's seraglio of queens and concubines; here she is seen by the Great King Artaxerxes alone, affording us, the readers of the novel, the vicariously privileged position of viewing the body of a much desired royal paramour.
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But in this context, I can't resist quoting a relatively recent suggestion regarding what we now take to be the earliest extant novel, namely, Chariton's Callirhoe and Chaereas.
uva-ursi `Wood's Red', Callirhoe involucrata, Grevillea lanigera low form, Halimiocistus, Phlomis russeliana, Scaevola aemula `purple Fanfare' (`Diamond Head').
We can see the apparent objectivity of beauty most clearly in the case of Chariton's heroine, Callirhoe, and I would like briefly to consider the presentation of her beauty before turning to look at Leucippe's.
60) In Chariton's novel, a messenger tells Callirhoe that the leader of the army (who actually is her husband Chaereas, but she is unaware of this) wants to marry her.