Greek deity

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But her influence waned as the Pharaohs declined, and the Hellenistic Egyptians resurrected her as the equivalent of the ancient Greek deity Artemis.
The commercials, featuring actors playing the Greek deity Zeus and ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra, depict the whirring wheels of slot machine-style games in hopes of drawing more players to the lottery - and generating more gambling revenues for the state.
Which Greek deity was the god of prophecy, music, poetry and healing?
But whether this meaty looking coupe-cabrio deserves to be named after a Greek deity, Eos, I'm not sure.
With work by fourteen international artists including Thomas Hirschhorn, Fabrice Hyber, Keith Tyson, Paul McCarthy, and ubiquitous prankster Maurizio Cattelan, the show aims to evoke the hedonistic spirit of the ancient Greek deity by way of mostly brand-new installations, films, performance, and a sound room.
While competition was fierce, it was not an end in itself; the Olympics honored Zeus, the most powerful Greek deity, ruler of the other gods as well as of humans.
The mountains, named by a 1788 explorer who thought their majesty worthy of Greek deity, aren't particularly tall, but they rise steeply from the coastline - from sea level to 8,000 feet in 33 miles.
You could say that the daughters of these families performed a kind of alchemy; in their dances, political thought became aesthetic vision made manifest in powerful dance solos--Fuller as a master of natural forces, Duncan as a Greek deity, St.
If fantasy is what it takes to address difficult issues then why not revert to Greek mythology and appoint Eirene, the Greek deity of Peace, as the UN secretary-general.