Phlegyas


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Phlegyas

conveyed Dante and Virgil through Stygian marsh. [Ital. Lit.: Inferno]
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To him, then, there came a messenger from the sacred feast to goodly Pytho, a crow (57), and he told unshorn Phoebus of secret deeds, that Ischys son of Elatus had wedded Coronis the daughter of Phlegyas of birth divine.
Asclepios, also known by his Roman name Aesculapius, is the classical god of healing, son of Apollo and a mortal mother, either Coronis, daughter of Phlegyas, or Arsinoe, daughter of Leucippus.
He discusses Phlegyas and David, Sidney's legacy, Spenser's calling, and Shakespearean triads all within the context of chiasmus.
Lygaeidae Kleidocerys resedae (Panzer) Lygaeidae Ligyrocoris diffusus (Uhler) Lygaeidae Myodocha serripes Olivier Lygaeidae Neacorsphus bicrucis (Say) Lygaeidae Neotholomus scalopax (Say) Lygaeidae Oedancala dorsalis (Say) Lygaeidae Paromius longulus (Dallas) Lygaeidae Perigenes constrictus (Say) Lygaeidae Phlegyas abbreviatus (Uhler) Lygaeidae Pseudopachybrachius basalis (Dallas) Lygaeidae Sphragisticus sp.