Laodamia


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Laodamia

(lāŏd'əmī`ə): see ProtesilausProtesilaus
, in Greek mythology, Thessalian prince who was killed in the Trojan War. A prophecy foretold that the first man who touched Trojan soil would be the first to die. When the Greek ships arrived at Troy, Protesilaus leaped ashore and was immediately killed.
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Laodamia

commits suicide to join husband Protesilaus in underworld. [Gk. Lit.: Iliad; Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
References in classic literature ?
A very few poems, the noble 'Ode to Duty,' 'Laodamia,' and 'Dion,' are classical in inspiration and show the finely severe repression and finish of classic style.
Yet, Wordsworth's "Laodamia," and the ode of "Dion," and some sonnets, have a certain noble music; and Scott will sometimes draw a stroke like the portrait of Lord Evandale given by Balfour of Burley.
A Harmonia of Ares B Helen of Troy C Laodamia of Acastus D Alcestis of Pelias 6.
This is further hinted at by the simile of Attis as heifer (veluti iuvenca vitans onus indomita iugi [like a heifer, unbroken, who avoids the weight of the yoke, 33]), which recalls the description of Laodamia in Catullus, c.
immortality," for as we have seen in "Laodamia," the self
Euripide metteva in scena la storia di Laodamia, moglie dell'eroe
Esta representado no obverso da cratera o momento da morte do principe Sarpedao, filho de Zeus e Laodamia. Sarpedao, lider dos licios e aliado dos troianos na Guerra de Troia, foi morto por Patroclo (Homero, Iliada XVI 663-683).
laodamia saurites (InVal[mayor que o igual a]83.7%, p = 0.001 respectivamente).