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Lycus

by hospitably entertaining Hercules, earned his gratitude and military assistance. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 156]
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Nestor in a digression tells him how Epopeus was utterly destroyed after seducing the daughter of Lycus, and the story of Oedipus, the madness of Heracles, and the story of Theseus and Ariadne.
27) In Hercules Furens, Juno afflicts Hercules with madness, leading him first to attempt to conquer heaven itself, like the Titans, then to kill his own wife and children, thinking them instead related to his enemy, Lycus.
Tharsalio derides it as as carefully crafted spectacle, whereas Lycus, servant to Eudora, finds it moving:
Depicting the houses of Senex, Marcus Lycus and Erronius, the set is beautifully done - conjuring the appearance of an ancient Roman street with an open design and detailed painting to create the illusion of stonework.
B Elateridae Anchastus asper LeConte Neotrichophorus carolinensis Schaeffer Lycidae Calochromus perfacetus (Say) Lycus lateralis 3 Melsheimer Plateros 2 flavoscutellatus Blatchley Lampyridae Pyractonema angulata (Say) Cantharidae Chauliognathus 17 marginatus (Fabricius) Polemius laticornis Say Tytthonyx flavicollis Blatchley Dermestidae Attagenus fasciatus 1 (Thunberg) Cryptorhopalum 5 focale Beal Cryptorhopalum ruficorne LeConte Cleridae Enoclerus lunatus 2 (Klug) Melyridae Attalus 3 circumscriptus Say Attalus sp.
Megara is the daughter of the deposed king Creon and Lycus wants all trace of her family destroyed.
Formerly known as Lycus, Syrgis Performance Specialties specializes in UV light absorbers for use in plastics, coatings, adhesives, textiles, and personal care.
You were first tuned by a citizen of Lesbos, who was a valiant warrior, and yet, between attacks, or if he had tied up his storm-tossed ship on the still-wet sand, would sing of Bacchus and the Muses and Venus and the little boy who clings to her side, and the gorgeous Lycus with his jet-black eyes and jet-black hair.
The "discovery" here is multiple: Lycus performs sorrow, Lysander performs death, and Cynthia, Tharsalio is convinced, performs the grief of a discovered woman.
Set on a street in Rome 200 years before the Christian era, it is a classic farce based around and about the three houses of Erronious, Lycus and Senex.
The cast includes Ken McClintock as Pseudolus, Phil Dempsey as Hero, Holly Edwards as Philia, Marti Byers as Domina, Howard Hummel as Senex, Chris Carwithen as Hysterium, Davis Smith as Miles Gloriosus and Jim Curtiss as Lycus.
In Hercules Furens, the tyrant Lycus meditates on successful governance, describing his chief skill as a ruler: "'Tis the first art of kings, the power to suffer envy.