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Aristaeus

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An obscure deity whose story has become aomewhat confused. He was apparently a son of Apollo, and was considered a healer
and oracle. He had a number of agricultural functions, including protection of shepherds, as well as a special connection to beekeeping, olive
production, and viniculture.

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ARISTAEUS AND MOUNT LYCAEUS
ARISTAEUS AND MOUNT LYCAEUS. At Virgil, Georgics 4.534ff.
aus: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 86 (1991) 11–13
Aristaeus might be recognized here if one could read. Ku`rÆ`[nh!
The "Sacrifice" at the End of the Georgics, Aristaeus, and Vergilian
the poem is constituted by "the victory of Aristaeus as against the failure of Or- pheus.
Aristaeus Postbus 1528 8901 CJ Leeuwarden Info@aristaeus.nl
11 maart 2011 Aristaeus groeit gestaag door, mede door de succesvolle Tevens heet Aristaeus de 53 nieuwe leden van harte welkom bij onze vereniging.
Sacrifice, Society, and Vergil's Ox-born Bees

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Γαλλική καθαρότητα και αμερικανικός γρίφος
Και ακόμα πιο πέρα, ο Αμερικανός διηγείται με τον δικό του τρόπο μια ιστορία για το βοσκό-βασιλιά της Αρκαδίας, γιο του Απόλλωνα και της νύμφης Κυρήνης. «Aristaeus Mourning the Loss of his Bees». Ο Αρισταίος θρηνεί τις μέλισσές του.
História syra
Podľa gréckych báji to bol Aristaeus, syn boha Apolóna, ktorý okrem syra vynašiel množstvo veci, dôležitých pre každodenný život človeka. Prvotné syry boli kyslé a slané. Najstarší archeologický nález o syre pochádza z roku 2000 pred.

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Aristaeus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ARISTAEUS : Greek God of Cheese-Making, Bee-Keeping & Olive
Mythology Guide - Aristaeus
Aristaeus.
Aristaeus
Mar 3, 1997 An ancient Greek pastoral deity, the son of Apollo and the nymph Cyrene, but also Uranus is mentioned as his father.
Aristaeus summary
Aristaeus (about 370 BC-about 300 BC) Aristaeus the Elder was a Greek mathematician who worked on conic sections.