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Synonyms for Tartarus

a place where the wicked are punished after death

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Atlantis vase from PS80; fish ornament from PS35; Tartarus trinket box PS50; Jellyfish paperweight PS45; Thermis hurricane lantern with rope detail from PS25, all from amara.
Atlantis vase, from PS80; fish ornament, from PS35; Tartarus trinket box, PS50; Jellyfish paperweight, PS45; Thermis hurricane lantern with rope detail, from PS25, all from Amara.
There's an action figure of Baal and Tartarus and Amun, to name just a few.
The poetic Tartarus is vividly and dramatically conceived.
This list was itself sufficient to give the Holy Synod the right to consign "Pugachev and all his wicked accomplices to eternal perdition and torment in Tartarus.
It's what geologists call 'bladed' terrain in a region known as Tartarus Dorsa, located in the rough highlands on the eastern side of Tombaugh Regio.
The classical and Christian ideas of the underground being the underworld location of Hades, Tartarus, or Hell had been largely dismissed by the end of the seventeenth century, though this did not stop cave visitors and writers from making use of the descent narratives of Virgil, Ovid or Dante; as Henri Lefebvre argued, there was a difference between representational space, where the underworld was Hades, and representations of space, where Hades is a myth that enables us to perceive and understand our fear of the underground (Lefebvre 33).
Many of these would have been considered by the 18th-century elite as at the bottom of endeavour, and yet Stubbs's Hambletonian, Rubbing Down (1799-1800) remains an overwhelming masterpiece, while James Barry's Elysium and Tartarus (1777-1801) is a minor curiosity, 42 feet long.
Although defeated by Zeus and confined to Tartarus, (21) from Typhon's maimed and smoldering body still comes [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (the wet might of blowing winds) (Theog.
In every religion, and in every superstition that the world has ever beheld, accordingly, there has been a Tartarus as well as an Elysium; a place provided for the punishment of the wicked, as well as one for the reward of the just.
Fast forward to modern-day Berlin, where Nate has agreed to act as guardian on a school trip to Germany to visit Hades at the entrance to Tartarus.
such as Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, Herman Melville's "The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids," Rebecca Harding Davis's "Life in the Iron Mills," and Elizabeth Stuart Phelps's "The Tenth of January.
39) "Tum Tartarus ipse / bis patet in praeceps tantum tenditque sub umbras / quantus ad aetherium caeli suspectus Olympum".
For his transgressions, Sisyphus is sentenced to the barren, craggy hills of Tartarus in the underworldwhere his rock is waiting.
The "ripe waste of his heart's decay" is from "Group from Tartarus," a poem in which Harwood's character Professor Eisenbart, a cold and arrogant scientist, is forced to confront his own inner emptiness.