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Menoetius

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(ruined strength) One of the Titans, child of Iapetus. He is slain in the war between the Titans and Zeus.

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Menoetius Dejean 1821 • Ptilopus Schoenherr 1823. ICZN 1987: Replacement name for: Menoetius Dejean 1821.
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Atlas, Epimetheus and Menoetius. He was a champion of mankind, known for his wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gave it to mortals.
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ATLAS / MENOETIUS. TU#2: Translate into Latin: The boy was praised by everyone. PUER AB OMNIBUS LAUDĀBĀTUR / LAUDĀTUS EST.
THE THEOGONY OF HESIOD (ll. 104-115) Hail, children of Zeus
hearted son, Atlas: also she bare very glorious Menoetius and clever Prometheus , full of various But Menoetius was outrageous, and far-seeing.
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held up the Heavens and the Earth on his shoulders, which represents heavy burden. He is the brother of Prometheus, Epimetheus and. Menoetius.

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In Greek mythology, Prometheus is a Titan, the son of Iapetus and Themis, and brother to Atlas, Epimetheus and Menoetius. He was a champion of mankind, known for his wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gave it to mortals.

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MENOETIUS : Greek Titan god of rash action ; mythology : MENOITIOS
MENOITIOS (or Menoetius) was the Titan god (perhaps) of violent anger, rash action, and human mortality.
Menoetius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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MENOETIUS, Greek Mythology Index
When Patroclus, during a game, had slain the son of Amphidamas, Menoetius fled with him to Peleus in Phthia, and had him educated there (Hom. Il. xi.
Menoetius - Wiktionary
The name "Menoetius" literally means "defying fate" or "ruined strength" son of Actor. (Iliad, XI, 765). Retrieved from "http://en.