en torno a la cabeza y la peluda piel del jabali, entre los curetes y los magnanimos etolos.
entonces la situacion estaba mal para los curetes, y no podian
pero ni asi persuadian el animo en su pecho, hasta cuando ya la habitacion con insistencia era asediada, y ellos, los curetes,
Now Zenobius/Sophocles claims that Celmis was a Dactyl, while Ovid juxtaposes Celmis and the Curetes in his text and gives Celmis the very Curetic-looking role of being a friend to the young Jove.
The Telchines, who are usually associated with Rhodes, are here said to work in "Idaean caves," a locale normally reserved for the Dactyls and Curetes.
Tambien la cueva de Dikte o de Ida se ha considerado como lugar de nacimiento, cria, muerte, sepelio y resurreccion de Zeus (Calimaco, Himno a Zeus 6, 46-47; Apolonio de Rodas II, 1236-1237; III,134; Hesiodo, Teogonia 483-484, Porfirio, Vida de Pitagoras 17), ademas de sede de la fratria de los curetes
, estando vinculada a los ritos iniciaticos de clases de edad (Faure 1964: 120 ss.
These lines represent an amplification of the military theme, for instead of deriving their symbolic value from a specific act, like the castration of the Galli, or from a specific mythical moment, like the Curetes
beating on their shields, they refer to a timeless state of military preparedness, as well as a military state of mind (praesidioque .
told Polydus to find the most pat simile for a cow of three colors.
He was brought up in a cave on Mount Dicte in Crete, where he was suckled by the goat Amaltheia, nursed by nymphs, and protected from discovery by the Curetes
, sons of Rhea, who drowned his cries by dancing and clashing their shields.