Telegonus


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Telegonus

(təlĕg`ənəs): see CirceCirce
, in Greek mythology, enchantress; daughter of Helios. She lived on an island, where she decoyed sailors and treacherously changed them into beasts. According to the Odyssey,
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In the Sienese tradition of instantaneous representation, events from Ulysses's voyage are seen through the window: the hazardous visit to Circe's island, where he left her pregnant with their son Telegonus, later fatal to his father; and the lures of the Sirens, whom Pintoricchio represents as mermaids with double tails.
Tobin sent the Steve Gollings-trained five-year-old into the lead approaching the final flight and kept on well enough to hold the challenge of Telegonus.
Rather, the erosion suggests that the cliff, perched on a mountain called Telegonus Mensa, is succumbing to the tug of Jupiter's immense gravity, says Galileo researcher Elizabeth P.
Telegonus, who had also endured a spell on the sidelines, took the selling hurdle by 15 lengths for trainer Donald McCain.
Tobin sent the Steve Gollings-trained five-yearold into the lead approaching the final flight and held the challenge of Telegonus by a neck.
The 22-year-old conditional, who is attached to Charlie Mann's Lambourn yard, rode a stylish race on Osako D'Airy before getting plenty out of him on the run-in to hold off Telegonus by a neck.
Telegonus made the trip from Donald McCain's Cheshire base pay off with victory in the novice handicap hurdle under Stephen Craine.