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Erechtheus (A Tragedy)

by Algernon Charles Swinburne

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Published by IndyPublish .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drama texts, plays,
  • General,
  • Drama / General,
  • Drama,
  • Plays / Drama,
  • Plays

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8539917M
    ISBN 101428076344
    ISBN 109781428076341

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Erechtheus (/ ɪ ˈ r ɛ k θj uː s,-θ i ə s /; Ancient Greek: Ἐρεχθεύς) in Greek mythology was the name of an archaic king of Athens, the founder of the polis and, in his role as god, attached to Poseidon, as "Poseidon Erechtheus".The mythic Erechtheus and the historical Erechtheus were fused into one character in Euripides' lost tragedy Erechtheus (/22 BCE).

Brand new Book. Erechtheus in Greek mythology was the name of an archaic king of Athens, the founder of the polis and, in his role as god, attached to Poseidon, as "Poseidon Erechtheus".

The mythic Erechtheus and an historical Erechtheus were fused into one character in Euripides' lost tragedy Erechtheus (/22 BCE).

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The mythic Erechtheus and an historical Erechtheus were fused into one character in Euripides’ lost tragedy Erechtheus (/22 BCE).Author: Algernon Charles Swinburne.

"Erechtheus" from Algernon Charles Swinburne. English poet, playwright, novelist, and critic ().Pages: Erechtheus, legendary king and probably also a divinity of Athens. According to the Iliad, he was born from the corn land and raised by the goddess Erechtheus book, who established him in her temple at Athens.

In later times only a great snake was thought to share the temple with Athena, and there is. Download book Erechtheus: A Tragedy (Classic Reprint) Author: unknown. Mother of life and death and all mens days, fiy Earth, whom I chief of all men born would bless, And call thee with more loving lips than theirs Mother, for of this very body of thine And living blood I have my breath and live, Behold me, even thy son, me crowned of men, Me made thy child by that strong cunning God Who.

Erechtheus was a king of Athens in Greek mythology. He was one of the first kings of the city, and from his name derived the word Erechtheidae, meaning the sons of Erechtheus, which was used to denote an name was also used as an epithet for the god Poseidon, as "Poseidon Erechtheus"."Poseidon Erechtheus" and "Athena Polias" were the two patron saints of Athens, who.

Erechtheus was mentioned in Homer's Iliad as a great king and ruler of Athens during the Archaic Period, and Erechtheus and the hero Erichthonius were often syncretized.

It is believed to have been a replacement for the Peisistratid temple of Athena Polias destroyed by the Persians in BC. The name, of popular origin, is derived from a shrine dedicated to the Greek hero Erichthonius. It is believed by some that the temple was erected in honour of the legendary king architect was probably the early 19th century, Thomas Bruce, 7th earl of Elgin, took several sections of the temple toin the early 20th century, it was somewhat restored.

King Erechtheus sprang directly from the Attic earth. He had a wife, Praxithea, and three daughters. (The Athenian royal houses ran to daughters.) When Eumolpus, king of nearby Eleusis, threatened a siege of the city, King Erechtheus got an unpleasant oracle from Delphi: He must sacrifice one of his daughters to Athena to save the city.

Erechtheus in Greek mythology was the name of an archaic king of Athens, the founder of the polis and, in his role as god, attached to Poseidon, as. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters.

Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up Pages: Erechtheus and the Erechtheum/Erechtheion. The central gods of the Athenian acropolis were Poseidon Erechtheus and Athena Polias, "Athena patron-guardian of the city". The Odyssey (VII) already records that Athena returned to Athens and "entered the strong-built house of Erechtheus".The archaic joint temple built upon the spot that was identified as the Kekropion, the hero-grave of the.

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London, Chatto and Windus, (OCoLC) Document Type. Erechtheus: A Tragedy Paperback – J by Swinburne Algernon Charles (Author)Author: Swinburne Algernon Charles Erechtheus definition: a king of Athens who sacrificed one of his daughters because the oracle at Delphi said | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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M. Calder III argues convincingly that Euripides' Erechtheus was first produced in the City Dionysia in the year B.C.1 Only T. B. L.Erechtheus: A Tragedy by Algernon Charles Swinburne. Publication date Publisher Chatto and Windus Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English.

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