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- Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus TIRESIAS You blame me for being
- Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus. TIRESIAS. You blame me for being angry, but you don't see your own anger.
- Tiresias, the most famous prophet of ancient Greek mythology, is
- Tiresias, the most famous prophet of ancient Greek mythology, is probably best known today for his part in the story of Oedipus, King of Thebes.
- Towards an inclusive future - Tiresias
- Dec 19, 2006 Towards an inclusive future. Impact and wider potential of information and communication technologies. Edited by Patrick R.
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- Tiresias and The Player King by Daniel Foley (London, UK) In this double bill, Tiresias returns to his home to recount his meetings with Oedipus, Antigone, Hercules, Pentheus and Odysseus.
- That Sophocles knew what he was doing
- In the first scene, they're awaiting the arrival of a prophet named Tiresias in hopes he'll tell them why their country has been hit by a host of ills.
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- Technology also allows some men to temporarily acquire vaginas, and women penises, so that, Tiresias-like, the gamut of sensation can be experienced, without, however, any of Tiresias's agonised self-division.
- Mar 3, 1997 Tiresias was the son of Everes and the nymph Chariclo; he was a blind prophet, the most famous soothsayer of ancient Greece.
- Tiresias family of fonts
- Information and free downloads for Tiresias fonts. Tiresias - A family of typefaces. Tiresias Infofont - Information labels.
- Tiresias - The Classics Pages
- Tiresias (or Teiresias if you prefer) is the aged blind prophet whose appearance turns the plot in all Greek tragedies set in Thebes.
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