Bellerophon


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(Greek mythology) a mythical hero of Corinth who performed miracles on the winged horse Pegasus (especially killing the monster Chimera)

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DING DING AND A PRAYER: The good vicar gets on his bike PROJECT: Dazzle, Mary, Denny GUNS: On HMS Bellerophon AT ODDS: Eileen, right, and Raymond
Thus the horse Pegasus destroyed Bellerophon, because he wished to learn the astronomical laws.
In this climate, fine engraved gems can also do exceptionally well: in December 2008 a carnelian scarab and gold finger ring, engraved with Bellerophon astride Pegasus, from the late 5th century BC, achieved $86,500 on an estimate of $25,000-$35,000.
In Greek mythology, what was the name of the horse on which Bellerophon slew the Chimera?
There are many more references in O'Brian's novels to ships that Frank or Charles Austen either served in or commanded, including the Andromeda, the Aurora, the Bellerophon, the Daedalus, the Elephant, the Endymion, the Minerva, the Namur, the Phoenix, and the Tamar.
In his initial presentation of Gyges, Nicolaus elicits, only to invert, the myth of Bellerophon (a myth that Nicolaus himself treats in an earlier section of his history: FGrH 90 F 9).
35] An early 1680s date of copying for Filmer 8 thus accords well with watermark evidence as well as with its datable contents: excerpts from four Lully operas, Atys (1676), Isis (1677), Bellerophon (1679), and Proserpine (1680).
The Pegasus flash features the mythical warrior Bellerophon riding on a flying horse.
In Britannia Triumphans, then, when Britanocles, the embodiment of royal "wisdom, valour, and piety," gives way to Bellerophon or "Heroic Virtue," the latter is associated with the reclamation of both reason and chivalry from their debasement in the Socinian and magical impieties into which the king's church, so critics argue, has a tendency to slide.
McFarren, former Chairman of the Board, CEO and Head of Engineering at Bellerophon, Ltd.
29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Bellerophon Therapeutics, LLC, a clinical stage biotherapeutics company, today announced that it has strengthened its drug and device development capabilities with the recent additions of Deborah A.
A year ago development company Bellerophon suggested developing a 33-acre site at Dumballs Road.
They will include: The world's only working replica |Rocket from the National Railway Museum, York; Bellerophon will be on loan from the |Vintage Carriages Trust.
Although it belonged to a vengeful queen whose love was spurned by Bellerophon in ancient mythology, the name had presumably gained more positive associations by the time Luigi Pulci's epic poem Morgante was published at the end of the 15th century.
Standing on Portland stone paving, the regimental memorial comprises a paratrooper in jump order and Bellerophon, a hero of Greek mythology, astride Pegasus, the traditional badge worn to denote airborne troops.