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An Overview of Greek Gods and Goddesses
The Twelve Olympians were the main gods and goddesses in Greek mythology. They resided in Mount Olympus and actually totals to fourteen Olympians but never more than twelve in a time.
Religion & Philosophy >> Deities & Heros
Deities & Heros >> Greek
S. Hahnemann's discoveries
Homeopathy was founded by Samuel Hahnemann (1755 - 1843), a German physician. Hahnemann was an educated man; except for medicines he had also studied Greek, Latin, five other languages and philosophy. He was familiar with the ancient Greek healing-arts, and...
Body Mysteries >> Homeopathy
Origin of the Zodiac Signs
Zodiac is that imaginary belt encircling the earth through which the sun, moon, and the planets pass during the year.
Mystic Sciences >> Astrology
Astrology >> The Moon
A History Of Dreaming - From Ancient Egypt To Modern Day
Dreams have been an important part of the human experince since time immemorial. Fragments of the earliest books come from Egypt, where dreams were considered to be the messages sent from the gods. The Egyptians divided their dreams into three categories: 1....
Parapsychology >> Dreams
Story of the Celts: The Ancient Celts
The Ancient Celts [ 8 ] What is surprising to most modern readers is just how widespread across Europe the Celts once were. The Celts have been called the "Fathers of Europe," that is north of the Greco-Roman Mediterranean. Long before the Germanic...
History & Anthropology >> Celtic & Irish

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Cover 2 - Saint Mark - Greek Orthodox Church in Boca Raton, Florida
from the Greekeikon,” which means to resemble. The icon seeks to reveal the divine through visible and familiar content.
Mythos, Logos and Eikon Motifs of Early GrEEk PoEtry in thE Wall
Mythos, Logos and Eikon. Motifs of Early GrEEk PoEtry in thE Wall PaintinGs of XEstE 3 at akrotiri, thEra.
Orthodox Byzantine Icons The Meaning of Icons
Greek eikon, eikonos: a likeness, profile, or a figurative represen- tation or resemblance – image. The word icon first appears in Holy Scripture in the 3rd c.
The Veil of Veronica: Fact or Fiction?
Jan 6, 2010 Greek Eikon. Her name was Bernice in the Greek literature. Later legend, which we will examine shortly, says that.
Conceptual diagrams and synthesis figures:
Apr 10, 2008 'Symbol' from Greek 'symbolon' (token of identity) and Latin 'symbolum'. (token, sign) conceptual diagrams.

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Freedom Fabrication, Chapter 3
Old Rob later became an icon – from the Greek eikon, which is a corn or a callus: something that forms on the toes of people wearing the wrong size shoes. After the usual: “Calm down, comrades. Calm down!

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Eikon - Greek Lexicon
Icon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An icon (from Greek εἰκών eikōn "image") is a religious work of art, most ... The Greek word eikon means an image or likeness that represents something else.
eikon - definition of eikon by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
Information about eikon in the free online English dictionary and Hence the name hypericum, from the Greek hyper meaning above and eikon, picture.
Iconoclasts, image-breakers (Greek eikon, image and klazo, I...
Encyclopedia entry about Iconoclasts, image-breakers (Greek eikon, image and klazo, I...
Strong's Greek: 2430. Ἰκόνιον (Ikonion) -- Iconium, a city of Galatia
Iconium. Perhaps from eikon; image-like; Iconium, a place in Asia Minor -- Iconium.

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