Melampus


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Melampus

(mĭlăm`pəs), in Greek mythology, seer who understood the speech of all creatures. It was said that he introduced the worship of Dionysus into Greece.
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He was descended from Melampus, who used to live in Pylos, the land of sheep; he was rich and owned a great house, but he was driven into exile by the great and powerful king Neleus.
Its subject, however, seems to have been the histories of famous seers like Mopsus, Calchas, and Teiresias, and it probably took its name from Melampus, the most famous of them all.
The two ice-class vessels, the SCF Melampus and SCF Mitre, have been equipped with tri-fuel engines, with a capacity to load 170,000 cubic metres of cargo.
Estimating density of Kirk's dikdik (Madoqua kirkii Gunther), impala (Aepyceros melampus Lichtenstein) and common zebra (Equus burchelli Gray) at Mpala, Laikipia District, Kenya.
1758), impala Aepyceros melampus (Lichtenstein, 1812), kudu Tragelaphus strepsiceros (Pallas, 1766), waterbuck Kobus ellipsiprymnus (Ogilby, 1833), gemsbok Oryxgazella (L.
This follows changes in taxonomy for Phrynosoma coronatum (Montanucci, 2004), Trapelus agilis (Rastegar-Pouyani, 2005), and Aepyceros melampus (BastosSilveria, 2007) where the change was supported by morphometric and multivariate analysis.
We report new spider (Araneae) host associations for Ogcodes melampus Loew 1872, O.
John Warren was also known to value fair play in professional contexts and was justifiably irritated when in 1808 Admiral Cochrane of the Leeward Islands station arbitrarily ordered Captain Hawker's frigate Melampus to serve under him when he knew that Admiral Warren needed Hawker back on his own station (ADM 1/499, October 1809).
Thus we often find personal names attached to "force" as nothing more than adjectives: it is "Iphiclean might" that releases Melampus from his bonds (11.
But more specifically the rape of Danae was attributed not only to Zeus but also to Proetus, sometimes confused with his grandson Anaxagoras, as both names are associated with the exorcism conducted by Melampus (the latter in Pausanias 2.
alterniflora, and snail, Littoraria irrorata (Say) and Melampus bidentatus Say, densities were measured along tidal creek to forest transects within the intertidal marshes of three marine-dominated South Carolina inlets.
Perhaps, Ovid suggests, Melampus threw those herbs into it with which he had cured the Proteides of Bacchus's curse, so that a "hatred of wine remains in the waters" ("odiumque meri permansit in undis," 328).