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Xanthios

(115 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke
(Ξάνθιος). [English version] [1] Vater des Leukippos aus dem Geschlecht des Bellerophontes Vater des Leukippos [3] aus dem Geschlecht des Bellerophontes. Als ihm von dem Verlobten seiner Tochter gemeldet wird, daß diese ein Verhältnis mit einem anderen Mann habe, verwundet er - unwissend, daß es sich bei dem Verführer um seinen eigenen Sohn handelt - bei dem Versuch, den Fremden zu stellen, unabsichtlich seine Tochter, bevor er versehentlich von seinem eigenen Sohn getötet wird (Parthenios, narrationes amatoriae 5,1-5 nach Hermesianax). Antoni, Silke [English version] [2] Boiot…

Thespiades

(154 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke
(Θεσπιάδες). [English version] [1] Beiname der Musen nach dem Ort Thespiae Beiname der Musen nach dem Ort Thespiae (Thespeia) am Helikon [1] (Varro ling. 7,20; Ov. met. 5,310; Fulg. mythologiae 1,11, p. 7,5-8 Helm). Von mehreren Künstlern werden Th.-Statuen erwähnt (Cic. Verr. 2,4,2,4; Plin. nat. 34,66; 34,69; 36,33; 36,39). Antoni, Silke Bibliography 1 P. Müller, s. v. Th., LIMC 8.1, 1 (mit Bibliogr.). [English version] [2] die 50 Töchter des Thespis Die 50 (nach Hyg. fab. 162: 12) Töchter des Thespis (oder Thespios), des Königs von Thespeia, und der Megamede (…

Theios

(94 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke
[English version] (Θεῖος). Die Bezeichnung Theíōi findet sich, ausnahmslos im Dat., in mehreren Inschr., u. a. in einem Opferkalender aus hadrianischer Zeit. Strittig ist (Diskussion der Quellen: [1]), ob es sich um eine selbständige Gottheit handelt (etwa als mask. Gegenstück zu Theia [1]) oder um eine orthographische Variante für den Dat. von theós (“Gott”) bzw. to theíon (“das Göttliche”, “die Gottheit”). Ist Theíōi durch kai (“und”) mit dem Namen einer anderen Gottheit verbunden, ist auch die Deutung als deren weiterer Aspekt (oder Epitheton) möglich. Antoni, Silke Bibliogra…

Sirikios

(54 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke
[English version] (Σιρίκιος; lat. Siricius). Sophist des 4. Jh. n. Chr. aus Neapolis [11] in Palaestina, Schüler des Andromachos (vgl. [1]). S. lehrte einige Zeit in Athen und verfaßte Progymnásmata und Melétai (Suda, s. v. Σιρίκιος; Nikolaos von Myra, Progymnásmata, in: [2]). Antoni, Silke Bibliography 1 L. Cohn, s. v. Andromachos [20], RE 1.2, 2154 2 Spengel 3, 465 (Kap. 4).

Naiaden

(437 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke
[English version] (Ναιάδες, Νηιάδες, Sg. Ναιάς, Νηιάς, Νηίς; lat. Naiades). Sammelbezeichnung für die Wassernymphen im allg. (Nymphen; Hom. Il. 6,22; 14,444; 20,384; Hom. Od. 13,104; 13,356), die entsprechend den ihnen zugeordneten Gewässern auch Einzelnamen tragen (vgl. schol. Hom. Il. 20,8 Bekker). Etym. wird die Bezeichnung Naiádes mit νάω/ náō (“fließen”) und νᾶμα/ náma (“das Fließende”, “Fluß”) in Verbindung gebracht (Hesych. s. v. Ναΐδες; Etym. m. s. v. Νῆις). Den N. unterstehen in erster Linie die Flüsse, sowohl im ganzen (Eur. Herc. 785; …

Thaumakie

(42 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke
[English version] (Θαυμακίη). Eine der Städte in Magnesia [1], die unter dem Anführer Philoktetes mit insgesamt sieben Schiffen vor Troia vertreten sind, heute nicht lokalisiert (Hom. Il. 2,716-719; Strab. 9,5,16; Plin. nat. 4,32; vgl. Steph. Byz., s. v. Θαυμακία). Antoni, Silke

Telon

(32 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke
[English version] (Τήλων). König der Teleboai, Herrscher über die Insel Capreae, von der Nymphe Sebethis Vater des Oibalos [2] (Verg. Aen. 7,734-736; Serv. Aen. 7,734 f.; vgl. Sil. 8,541 f.). Antoni, Silke

Tacita

(100 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] ('the silent', also Dea Muta 'mute goddess'). The name, date (21 February, on the Feralia) and nature of her cult (Ov. Fast. 2,569-582), which is supposed to have been introduced to Rome by the king Numa Pompilius (Plut. Numa 8,65b), suggest an Underworld deity (cf. Ov. Fast. 2,609; 5,422; Verg. Aen. 6,264 f.). T. is identified with the Nymph Lara/Lala or Larunda (Varro Ling. 5,74), who betrays a plan of Iuppiter, and he tears out her tongue. Raped by Mercurius, she becomes the mother of the Lares (Ov. Fast. 2,583-616; Lactant. Div. inst. 1,20,35). Antoni, Silke (Kiel)

Thootes

(45 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Θοώτης; Thoṓtēs). Herald of Menestheus [1] at Troy, sent by him to the two Aiantes (Ajax [1-2]) and to Teucrus [2] to ask for help in battle with the Lycians Sarpedon [1] and Glaucus [4]  (Hom. Il. 12,342-363). Antoni, Silke (Kiel)

Sao

(32 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Σαώ/ Saṓ, ‘protector (fem.)’, ‘saviour’). Daughter of Nereus and Doris [I 1], one of the Nereids (Hes. Theog. 243; Apollod. 1,11). Antoni, Silke (Kiel) Bibliography N. Icard-Gianolio, s.v. S., LIMC 7.1, 666.

Nyctimus

(91 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Νύκτιμος; Nýktimos). One of the 50 sons of Lycaon, either the oldest, who legitimately assumed sovereignty over Arcadia following the death of his father (Paus. 8,3,1; 5), or the youngest, who because of Gaia's intervention was the only one to be spared punishment by Zeus after the sacrilege of Lycaon and his sons (Fairy tale) and became king himself at the time of Deucalion's flood (Apollod. 3,96-99). According to another version N. himself was slaughtered (Lycophr. 481; Clem. Al. Protreptikos 2,36,5; Nonn. Dion. 18,20-24). Antoni, Silke (Kiel)

Oeax

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Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Οἴαξ/ Oiax, Latin Oeax, 'helm'). Son of Nauplius [1] and Clymene [5] (also Philyra or Hesione [2]: Apollod. 2,23), brother of Palamedes and Nausimedon (Apollod. 2,23; 3,15; schol. Eur. Or. 432; Dictys 1,1). Marched with Palamedes to Troy (Philostr. Heroicus 10,10, p. 183 Kayser), where, after the stoning of Palamedes, he etched an account of his brother's fate onto the blades of a rudder and threw them into the sea (schol. Aristoph. Thesm. 771, following Eur. Palamedes); Suda s.v. Π…

Mopsopus

(51 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Μόψοπος/ Mόpsopos, also Μόψοψ/ Mόpsops or Μόψος/ Mόpsos). Presumably Attic king or hero. Name conjectured from Mopsopia, the old name for Attica (Lycophr. 733, 1340; Call. fr. 709; Strab. 9,1,18; 9,5,22; Anth. Pal. 7,614,8; Tib. 1,7,54; Ov. Met. 5,661; 6,423; Ov. Epist. 8,72; Sen. Phaedr. 121; 1276). Antoni, Silke (Kiel)

Pandia

(121 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Πανδία/ Pandía, also: Πανδεία/ Pandeía, Πανδείη/ Pandeíē). Daughter of Zeus and Selene (Hom. h. 32,14-16; Hyg. fab. praef. 28; in this sense probably also Phot. s.v. Πάνδια/ Pándia and EM s.v. Πάνδεια/ Pándeia). According to other sources (Orph. fr. 280,8; Maximos, Perì katarchôn 123, 146, 326; schol. Dem. Or. 21,9,39a-d) an epithet (Πάνδια/ Pándia, Πάντια/ Pántia) of Selene (cf. [3. 62]). The Attic festival of the same name can, contrary to the widespread view in (late?) Antiquity (cf. schol.Dem. Or. 21, 9, 39a; Phot. l.c.; EM l.c.)…

Pittheus

(302 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Πιτθεύς/ Pittheús, name probably derived from πειθώ/ peithṓ [1], therefore something like 'good adviser' [3], cf. [2]). P. was perhaps originally an ancient oracular deity, according to the sources the son of Pelops and Hippodamia [1], a brother of Atreus and Thyestes (Eur. Med. 684; Eur. Heracl. 207; Apollod. Epit. 2,10; Schol. Eur. Or. 5; Ov. Met. 8,622f.), father of Aethra (Hom. Il. 3,144; Eur. Heracl. 207f.; Eur. Supp. 4-7; Bacchyl. 17,34; Hyg. Fab. 14,5 and elsewhere) and Henioche …

Thaumas

(89 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Θαύμας/ Thaúmas). Son of Pontus [1] and Gaia (or Tethys: Orph. Fr. 117), brother of Nereus, Phorcys [1], Ceto and Eurybia (Hes. Theog. 237 f.; Apollod. 1,10); with Electra [1] (Ozomene: Hyg. Fab. 14,18) father of the Harpies and Iris [1] (Hes. Theog. 265-267; 780; Verg. Aen. 9,5; Ov. Met 4,480 et passim; on the interpretation of the genealogy see Pl. Tht. 155d; Cic. Nat. D. 3,20,51). T. is also named as the father of the river Hydaspes (Nonn. Dion. 26,358-365) and of Arce (Ptol. Chennos 6,6, p. 39 Chatzis). Antoni, Silke (Kiel)

Scaeae

(93 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Σκαιαί/ Skaiaí sc. πύλαι/ pýlai). The 'Scaean Gate' in Troy (Hom. Il. 3,145; 3,149 et passim; without pýlai: Hom. Il. 3,263; Str. 13,1,21; in the singular: Quint. Smyrn. 11,338), also called Dardaníai. Several explanations of the name are possible: the 'left' or 'western gate' or 'gate of misfortune' (derived from  σκαιός [2]), 'crooked gate' or named after its builder Scaeus (schol. Hom. Il. 3,145; 9,354; 11,170 Bekker; Hsch. s. v. Σκαιῇσι πύλῃσιν) or after the Scaei [1] people. Antoni, Silke (Kiel) Bibliography 1 L. Bürchner, s. v. Skaiisches Tor, RE 3 A, 424 2 LS…

Ophelestes

(49 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
(Ὀφελέστης; Opheléstēs). [German version] [1] Trojan Trojan, killed by Teucrus outside the city (Hom. Il. 8,274). Antoni, Silke (Kiel) [German version] [2] Paeonian warrior at Troy Paeonian warrior at Troy, killed by Achilles [1] (Hom. Il. 21,210; schol. Hom. Il. 13,643 Maass with conjecture). Antoni, Silke (Kiel)

Oistros

(115 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Οἶστρος/ Oîstros). Personification of frenzy (cf. Furor, Lyssa, Mania [1]). The only preserved literary source (Poll. 4,142) lists O amongst the ékskeua prósōpa ('especially elaborate masks') of tragic drama (for illustrations: [1]). Above all, the Greek oîstros accurately describes the gadfly which pursues and plagues its victim and also the thorn or sting (Aesch. PV 567ff.; Eur. HF 862 and passim; Orph. A. 47). Antoni, Silke (Kiel) Bibliography 1 B. Müller-Huber, s.v. O., LIMC 7.1, 28f. (with biblography) 2 R. Padel, In and Out of the Mind. Greek Images …

Siricius

(57 words)

Author(s): Antoni, Silke (Kiel)
[German version] (Σιρίκιος/ Siríkios, Latin Siricius). 4th century AD sophist from Neapolis [11] in Palaestina, pupil of Andromachus (cf. [1]). S. taught for a while in Athens and wrote Progymnásmata and Melétai (Suda, s. v. Σιρίκιος; Nicolaus of Myra, Progymnásmata, in: [2]). Antoni, Silke (Kiel) Bibliography 1 L. Cohn, s. v. Andromachos [20], RE 1.2, 2154 2 Spengel 3, 465 (Kap. 4).
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