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Creusa

(krēo͞o`sə), in Greek mythology. 1 Daughter of Erechtheus and wife of Xuthus. Her sons, Achaeus by Xuthus, and Ion by Xuthus or Apollo, are the ancestors of the Achaeans and the Ionians. 2 Princess of Corinth: see JasonJason,
in Greek mythology, son of Aeson. When Pelias usurped the throne of Iolcus and killed (or imprisoned) Aeson and most of his descendants, Jason was smuggled off to the centaur Chiron, who reared him secretly on Mt. Pelion.
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, in Greek mythology, princess of Colchis, skilled in magic and sorcery. She fell in love with Jason and helped him, against the will of her father, Aeëtes, to obtain the Golden Fleece.
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. 3 Daughter of Priam and wife of Aeneas. She died fleeing from Troy.

Creusa

raped by Apollo; bore Janus. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 68]
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Me atrevi, con todo, a lanzar voces a traves de la sombra [voces jactare per umbram] llene con clamor las vias, y sombrio, a Creusa en vano repitiendo llame de nuevo y de nuevo (39).
In spite of the surprising depth of passion experienced between Aeneas and the shade of Creusa, she is conveniently evacuated from the plot of the Aeneid to make way for the purely dynastic connection with the cypher Lavinia in Italy.
In addition to this character grouping, the characters of Ethel, Creusa, and Mme Sainte-Croix are to be performed by the same dancer.
Elena Tsallagova and Alastair Miles offer able support as Creusa and Creonte.
O noivado de Jasao e Creusa representa para Medeia a infidelidade de seu esposo, nao apenas em relacao a instituicao do casamento, mas tambem pelo rompimento do acordo estabelecido, no qual, em troca da ajuda na conquista do Velocino, Jasao deveria desposar a princesa da Colquida.
se halla engastada, por ejemplo, una estremecedora escena que nos muestra a la malvada Creusa tramando el asesinato de su hijo Ion y planeando envenenarlo con una de las dos gotas de sangre que posee de la Gorgona: como "la una es mortal [y] la otra cura las enfermedades", el joven debe beber la que produce la muerte, y evitar que esta se mezcle con la que sana y resucita:
Greenman also explores parallels between Tolkien's Maeglin and Virgil's Sinon, between Idril and Creusa, between Earendil and Astyanax--factors that I too will consider below, yet with a focus not just on cataloging similarities and differences (certainly a notable contribution by Greenman) but more on seeking a greater perspective on how Tolkien re-shaped the Roman epic, for again, Tolkien's The Fall of Gondolin is far more than a calquing of Virgil's work.
The moments in the show that aspire to loftier ideals of European academicism, like BENJAMIN West's "Aeneus and Creusa," fall a bit short of the best; however, we know that this teenager eventually matures, making the juvenile moments seem charming rather than repellent.
Ainda sobre Euripides, Milagros Sagredo analisa no Ion as varias versoes da historia de Creusa--abandono do filho, fruto da violacao de Apolo--, anotando os diferentes narradores do episodio e os diversos niveis de narrativa, num artigo interessante intitulado "Las seis versiones de la historia de Creusa en el Ion de Euripides".
de Mello, Administracao, justica e poder: os Ouvidores Gerais e suas cor-reicoes na cidade do Rio de Janeiro (1624-1696), Niteroi, Universidade Federal Fluminense, 2009; Caio Figueiredo Fernandes Adan, "Ouvidores e camerarios na colonial comarca de ilheus (17501777)" e Suely Creusa Cordeiro de Almeida, "As peripecias dos magistrados: Juizes-de-fora e um cotidiano nada tranquilo entre Recife e Olinda", ambos em Mneme - revista de humanidades, vol.