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Noun, 1. Hephaistos - (Greek mythology) the lame god of fire and metalworking in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Vulcan.

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When man finally learned how to fly it via the very human arts inspired by Hephaistos. The Delphic Maxims tell us to both “think as a mortal” and to “finish the race without shrinking back.
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Compleet met woest gebrul en gedonder, zoals betaamt voor de werkplaats van de kreupele Hephaistos, de Griekse god die in zijn smidse diep onderin de vulkaan de bliksems smeedt voor oppergod Zeus.
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Dylan Hunt budzi się po 300 latach na krawędzi czarnej dziury, zwanej Hephaistos. Odkrywa, że jego statek próbuje porwać grupa najemników, którzy, zdradzeni przez swojego pracodawcę, dają się przekonać do współpracy.

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Hephaestus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hephaistos - Theoi Greek Mythology
Hephaistos Summary - Theoi Greek Mythology
Hephaistos * The Immortals * Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the
Hephaistos, the god of the Smith; the son of Hera and artificer of the Olympians.
Mar 17, 2002 Hephaistos, God of the Forge, is the personification of subterranean and terrestrial fire, including human lustiness.

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