Phaedra in Hippolytus
is on the one hand a pathetic victim of love, struggling vainly to overcome her passion, but once scorned by Hippolytus
she becomes the angry avenger who destroys Hippolytus
with her calumny.
Others say that Hippolytus
(circa 170-236) was the first to claim that Jesus was born on December 25.
Healing, Performance and Ceremony in the Writings of Three Early Modern Physicians: Hippolytus
Guarinonius and the Brothers Felix and Thomas Platter (History of Medicine in Context), Farnham, Ashgate, 2012; hardback; pp.
Euripides titled his play Hippolytus
, after Phaedra's stepson, whose rejection of her love seals his doom.
Healing, Performance, and Ceremony in the Writings of Three Early Modern Physicians: Hippolytus
Guarinonius and the Brothers Felix and Thomas Platter.
In the site of Complutum, nowadays Alcala de Henares, we found information about the site called La Casa de Hippolytus
House) where the architectonical buildings are a bath structure, set out as a collegia see, build by the Annios family1.
But it was on Tragedy, a meticulously-paced epic based on the Euripides play Hippolytus
, that Holter found the unclassifiable hybrid she'd been seeking ever since she fell for Miles Davis' Live-Evil in high school, a genreless space in which free-floating meditation could coexist with unshakeable hooks.
Nightmares of Medea also haunt Seneca's male protagonists, Hippolytus
and Theseus, infusing with savage irony their attempts to establish meaning and authority.
In 1836, some relics that were exhumed from the catacombs of Saint Hippolytus
on the Via Tiburtina, then near Rome, were identified with St Valentine; placed in a casket, and transported to the Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church in Dublin, Ireland, to which they were donated by Pope Gregory XVI.
When Phaedra first speaks in Robinson's 1881 translation of Euripides' Hippolytus
, her voice proceeds in a triple rhythm.
He also offers sympathetic portraits of opponents of the group, including Hippolytus
, Origen, Epiphanius, and Jerome.
From a total of twenty-four essays, sixteen deal with the literary production of classical antiquity (presenting articles on Plato, Homer, Petronius, Herodotus, Hippolytus
, Euripides, and Lucian, among others), whereas the other contributions deal with different topics ranging from the Portuguese literature of the fifteenth century to the American cinema of the post-World War II period.