Nephele


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, in Greek mythology, king of Boeotia. He married Nephele, who bore him Phrixus and Helle, but he later fell in love with Ino, who bore him Learchus and Melicertes.
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121-23, when bringing out their ancestry, born of Ixion, Pirithous's father, and Nephele, the cloud-woman.
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Later, in 1981, Athan Anagnostopoulos's translation of Elytis's Maria Nephele: A Poem in Two Voices was published by Houghton Mifflin, and even later, in 1988, came Olga Broumas's rendition of The Little Mariner, published by Copper Canyon Press.
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Most sources of Greek mythology identify Centaurus as the monstrous progeny of Ixion, the murderous king of Thessaly, and of Nephele, a cloud.
In Maria Nephele (1978) the poet engages in a long dialogue with a young disaffected woman in hectic modern Athens; young Greeks were amazed at the old poet's understanding of their "postmodern" plight.
According to the legend, Jason's uncle Athamas had two children, Phrixus and Helle, by his first wife, Nephele. Ino, his second wife, hated the children of Nephele and persuaded Athamas to sacrifice Phrixus in order to alleviate a famine.
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