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Iphigenia (European mythology) The daughter sacrificed by Agamemnon in order to gain a fair wind to Troy.

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Iphigeneia in Poland by Christos Siafkos and photograph by Elina
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Iphigeneia, or condemn his entire army, and nation, to defeat?
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We Want A Solution: Cyprus and Iphigeneia's Body Politic in
Antony AUGOUSTAKIS. We Want A Solution: Cyprus and. Iphigenia's Body Politic in M.

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82Leventi Iphigeneia, « The Mondragone relief revisited. Eleusinian cult iconography in Campania », Hesperia 76 (2007), p. 107-141 [le relief renvoie à des épisodes de l'Hymne hom.

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Iphigenia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Iphigeneia - History for Kids!
Mar 2, 2011 In the end Agamemnon agreed to kill Iphigeneia.
Iphigeneia (Greek mythology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Iphigeneia (Greek mythology), in Greek mythology, eldest daughter of Agamemnon, king of Mycenae, and his wife Clytemnestra.
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554. Iphigeneia. Walter Savage Landor. 1909-14. English Poetry II
Iphigeneia. Walter Savage Landor. 1909-14.

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