Pansetius at Leontium, Cypselus
at Corinth, Pisistratus at Athens, Dionysius at Syracuse, and others, acquired theirs by having been demagogues.
cypselus, sin embargo se diferencia por una pequena mancha naranja cerca de la zona medial del margen inferior del APD, ademas de un pequeno lobulo inferior en la macula del APV.
cypselus, por lo que se recomienda la extraccion de los organos genitales para realizar identificaciones adecuadas.
One recalls Pindar's account of Pelops' two winged horses as one reads Pausanias' observation that in the shrine of Hera in Olympia there was a chest (larnax) dedicated by Cypselus
, tyrant of Corinth, showing Pelops driving a chariot with two such winged horses (Description of Greece 5.
Just consider the kinds of stories that fill the history books, Sidney asks: Cypselus
, Periander, Phalaris, and Dionysius were all real-world tyrants who enjoyed quiet ends, unpunished for their crimes.
35) There are frequent lengthy descriptions of important works of art, from programmes of painting and sculpture,(36) to highly decorated objects like the chest of Cypselus
at Olympia or the throne of Apollo at Amyclae,(37) to the major cult statues.
There is, for example, a convention behind the stories of the mothering of Cypselus
of Corinth and the mothering of Cyrus of Persia.
Familia Subfamilia Especie Hesperiidae Pyrrhopyginae Pyrrhopygepapius papius Hopffer, 1874 Pyrginae Urbanus procne (Plotz, 1880) Potamanaxas laoma fumida (Draudt, 1922) Sostratagrippa Evans, 1953 Heteropterinae Dalla cypselus cypselus
Destacan en especial ciertas especies endemicas de Colombia como los hesperidos: Pamba boyaca Nicolay, Dalla cypselus
(Felder), Potamanaxas laoma fumida (Draudt) y una comunidad bastante generosa de mariposas Pronophilinas, Ithominas, y de Pieridos del genero Catastica abundantes en dichas altitudes.
The son of Cypselus
married the daughter of the tyrant of Epidaurus (Hdt.
We learn that the 'dedication of the Cypselids' was a golden colossus, dedicated not by the Cypselids, but by Cypselus
73) Adrastus' chest may have been akin to the 'larnax of Cypselus
' that Pausanias saw displayed at Olympia -- the chest in which one tradition held that baby Cypselus
had been concealed.