Euphemus


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Euphemus

Argonaut; could cross water without getting wet. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 95 ]
See: Miracle
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`Or like her in Hyria, careful-minded Mecionice, who was joined in the love of golden Aphrodite with the Earth-holder and Earth- Shaker, and bare Euphemus.'
Euphemus, son of Troezenus, the son of Ceos, was captain of the Ciconian spearsmen.
Apollonius' Argonautica: Euphemus, a clod and tripod.
Readers of this journal looking perhaps for something on the Islands of the Blest will find them under Euphemus. Still, the 46 main entry thematic essays are wonderfully varied and rich: Capuchin missionaries in Tibet 1707-1745; Norsemen in the Mediterranean; German settlers in North America; Theatine missionaries in India and Borneo; Cossacks on the Tamyr Peninsula; early voyages to Spitzbergen; and Phoenicians in the Canary Islands.
Still, at a later moment, Queen Mary is praised by Euphemus and Amphitrire for her regularizing of the triumphal space: