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One of the Titans, daughter of Koeus and Phoebe. By Zeus, she is the mother of Apollo and Artemis. She also seems to have some function as a fertility Deity, and an epithet of hers, "Kourotrophos", rearer of youths, hints at further associations....
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Jan 9, 2009 “kourotrophos” motif as I define it is a depiction of an adult female.
aus: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 124 (1999) 63–80
Young men sacrificed to Aphrodite Kourotrophos before leading their brides from marriage, including Aphrodite as Pandamos, Ourania and Kourotrophos.
Myth - Some Annotations and Readings - 'Aphormai' 1
[Panhellenic festivals: Olympia, Nemea, Delphi [Pythian games], Isthmus] - kourotrophos. Odysseus. Penelope (f.
kourotrophos in “Les épiclèses indigènes de la Diane Gallo-Romaine.” In spite Minerva kourotrophos (see also this reviewer, in Antonia Rallo, ed.
iconography of the Great Goddess.

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Santuari urbani in Magna Grecia
Se analizziamo l'edificio a lei dedicato, la cosiddetta Basilica, la sua caratteristica di tempio doppio[26] rifletterebbe l'originario carattere duplice della dea di Poseidonia, Hoplosmia e Kourotrophos.

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Kourotrophos - Wiktionary
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Kourotrophos definition of Kourotrophos in the Free Online
Artemis in Greek religion and mythology, Olympian goddess, daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo.
Artemis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As Kourotrophos, she was the nurse of youths. As Locheia, she was the goddess of childbirth and midwives.
:: Breastfeeding in art.Prehistory.Kourotrophos.
Kourotrophos Kourotrophos: Cults and representations of the Greek nursing deities The set Mother is interpreted as a representation of the Kourotrophos.
Greek sculpture - The Classics Pages
Greek sculpture. The kourotrophos from Megara Hyblaea. The kouotrophos from Megara Hyblaea, Sicily.

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