Hymenaeus

Hymenaeus

(hīmənē`əs), in the New Testament, Christian denounced by Paul for heresy or apostasy.
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Among them I should have stood like Hymenaeus and Alexander, who were delivered over to Satan that they might learn not to blaspheme.
When the wedding hymn strikes her ears ("aures pepulit hymenaeus meas"; l.
fall, Venus was still the chaste bride of Hymenaeus before her adultery
110-11); in the Mutacion's more allegorical account the captain of Christine's ship is lost at sea on a journey that Fortune has commanded Christine to undertake from the happy court of Hymenaeus to Fortune's own domain (Mutacion, ll.
Yet the opening lines are seen by Walsh (1999, 131) as "evok[ing] the invocation to Hymenaeus, god of marriage, at the beginning of Capella's Marriage of Philology and Mercury.
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Young Frederick of Royall Ligne, Of Cassimiers, who on the Rhine To none are second said to be For Valour, Bounty, Pietie, Io Hymen Hymenaeus.
Sheridan, 187); contrast the depiction of manly Hymenaeus in prosa 8.
and "Philaster" he contributed three poems to or about Jane Barker) he seems to have published onl what amounts to literary exercises in official Cambridge commemorative volumes such as Hymenaeus Cantabrigiensis (1683) and Moestissimae ac Laetissimae Academiae (1685).
11) [O haunter of the Heliconian mount, Urania's son, thou who bearest away the tender maid to her bridegroom, O Hymenaeus Hymen, O Hymen Hymenaeus
non pronuba Iuno, non Hymenaeus adest, non illi Gratia lecto: Eumenides tenuere faces de funere raptas, Eumenides stravere torum, tectoque profanus incubuit bubo thalamique in culmine sedit.
In further elaboration of her role, Nature explains to Alain's narrator that God had appointed her the vice-regent to put the stamp of the creator on all things, and she, in turn, appointed Venus, Hymenaeus (Venus's spouse), and Desire, her son, to complete the work of maintaining the "chain of the human race lest it be severed by the hands of the Fates and suffer damage by being broken apart" (147); meanwhile Nature retreated to the "delightful palace of the ethereal region, where the contending winds do not destroy the peace of unadulterated calm" (146).