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Pasiphae

Pasiphaë ( ) n. Greek Mythology . The wife of Minos and mother, by a white bull, of the Minotaur.

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BOOK REVIEW Cretan Woman: Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in
appearances of Pasiphae, Ariadne and Phaedra, whose stories of sexual perversion and betrayal excite both revulsion and sympathy. A.
PASIPHAE AND DAEDAlUS AND THE FOUR PANElS OF THE
78. ISSN 0258–0802. LITERATŪRA 2010 52 (3).
Pasiphae's Machine
He closes up my head in a sphere of horned gold—. I did not want eye-sockets; he smoothed them over with lead, soft as wet sand.
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Aegeus = Aethra = Poseidon Minos = Pasiphaë Antiope (Hippolyta
LINEAGE OF HIPPOLYTUS. Aegeus = Aethra = Poseidon. Minos = Pasiphaë.

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From real to imagined
This is fortunate since the story continues with more god-induced bull-fancying at Gortyn, resulting in the King's wife, Pasiphae, giving birth to the monstrous Minotaur.
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Regele Minos şi Nikos Kazantzakis
Poseidon sa răzbunat insuflând soţiei regelui, Pasiphae, o pasiune arzătoare pentru superbul animal. Din unirea lor sa născut un monstru cu corp de om şi figură de taur, Minotaurul.
Herzogin Catherine im Military-Outfit auf trauriger Mission
Pasiphae 7 Stunden Military-Outfit ist doch nicht der richtige Ausdruck- ich hatte bei der Schlagzeile mir etwas anderes vorgestellt...

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Pasiphaë - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PASIPHAE : Greek goddess, witch queen of Crete ; mythology
PASIPHAE was an immortal daughter of the sun-god Helios. Like her two siblings , Aeetes and Kirke, she possessed the powers of witchcraft (pharmakeia).
Pasiphae
May 16, 1999 The daughter of Helios and Perse, and wife of King Minos. She was the mother of Glaucus, Andogeus, Phaedra, and Ariadne.
Pasiphae, Queen of Minoan Crete
Pasiphae was the wife of King Minos of Crete who fell in love with a bull. The result of her tryst was the Minotaur.
Skala Kalloni Hotels - Lesvos Pasiphae Hotel Skala Kallonis Lesvos
Services, facilities, profile and online reservations of this hotel located in Kalloni.

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