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  Acastus - LoveToKnow 1911
ACASTUS, in Greek legend, the son of Pelias, king of Iolcus in Thessaly (Ovid, Metam.
Acastus, to avenge his fancied wrongs, left Peleus asleep on Mount Pelion, having first hidden his famous sword.
Acastus was represented with his famous horses in the painting of the Argonautic expedition by Micon in the temple of the Dioscuri at Athens.
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 :: ACASTUS travel and shipping agency, Dubrovnik, Croatia ::
Acastus offers transfer services within Dubrovnik, as well as to many other destinations in air-conditioned vehicles (van, minibus, and bus).
Let the motorboat "Otac Liborio" take you to the hidden places of untouched nature, far away from civilization noise; the places where the Sea and the Sun are the Masters.
Acastus Travel and Shipping agency is also offering shipping services for cruise lines and other shipping companies.
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 ACASTUS - Online Information article about ACASTUS
Acastus, to avenge his fancied wrongs, See also:
Having re-covered his sword he returned to Iolcus and slew Acastus and Astydameia.
Acastus was represented with his famous horses in the See also:
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 Acastus: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Acastus took revenge by leaving Peleus unprotected on Mt. Pelion.
Acastus, son of * Pelias and Anaxibia, and brother of Alcestis.
ACASTUS kas t s, in Greek mythology, son of Pelias, cousin...Medea murdered Pelias and usurped the throne of Iolcus, Acastus drove them away.
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 someone who had been a thorn in your side for too long
In Acastus' own mind he was the greatest warrior to have ever lived, and he should have been in charge of this elite legion long before now.
Acastus whirled on his heel just in time to see a messenger riding in from the outer rim of the camp.
Acastus had taken over less than twelve hours before and already he had proven to the entire legion he wasn't even half the man Damen had been.
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 AllRefer.com - Acastus (Folklore And Mythology) - Encyclopedia
He accompanied Jason on the Argonaut expedition, but when Jason and Medea murdered Pelias and usurped the throne of Iolcus, Acastus drove them away.
Acastus took revenge by leaving Peleus unprotected on Mt. Pelion.
Rescued by the centaur Chiron, Peleus subsequently captured Iolcus and killed Acastus and his wife.
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  Astydameia
In Greek mythology, Astydameia was the Queen of Iolcus and wife of Acastus.
Acastus purifed Peleus of the murder of King Eurytion of Phthia[?] Then, Peleus lost a wrestling match in the funeral games of Pelias, Acastus' father, to Atalanta.
Acastus and Astydamia were dead, and the kingdom fell to Jason's son, Thessalus.
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 Acastus - Encyclopedia.com
Acastus, in Greek mythology, son of Pelias, cousin of Jason.
Acastus took revenge by leaving Peleus unprotected on Mt. Pelion.
Rescued by the centaur Chiron, Peleus subsequently captured Iolcus and killed Acastus and his wife.
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 Acastus
Acastus purifed Peleus of the murder of King Eurytion of Phthia[?] Then, Peleus lost a wrestling match in the funeral games of Pelias to Atalanta.
Acastus took Peleus on a hunting trip and hid his sword, then abandoned him right before a group of centaurs attacked.
Acastus and Astydameia were dead, and the kingdom fell to Jason's son Thessalus.
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 Acastus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Acastus purifed Peleus vraždy krále Eurytion Phthia pak, Peleus ztratil zápasnické utkání v pohřebních hrách Pelias k Atalantě.
Acastus vzal Peleus na loveckém výletu a skryl jeho meč, pak opustil jej pravý předtím skupina kentaurů zaútočila.
Acastus a Astydameia byl mrtvý a království klesalo na Jasona má syn Thessalus.
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 Acastus
In Greek mythology, Acastus was a king who sailed with the Argonauts, a group of adventurers seeking a famous treasure called the Golden Fleece.
Acastus held funeral games in honor of his murdered father.
Acastus decided to take his friend hunting and steal his sword, leaving him to be killed by wild centaurs.
www.mythencyclopedia.com /A-Am/Acastus.html   (169 words)

  
 The Truth Behind StarGate: A
Acastus was married to Astydamea, who in turn was infatuated with Peleus (King of Aegina; one of the Argonauts).
Acastus soon changes his mind and decides to seize the entire city instead of simply raiding it.
Acastus says she is arrogant and implies that the Genii also have the “Ancient-Gene.” He is shot by Sheppard; fate unknown (110/111 — The Storm/The Eye).
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 The Aeolids
Acastus was the son of Pelias and Anaxibia or Phylomachus.
Acastus purified Peleus for the accidental killing of his father-in-law, Eurytion, during the Calydonian boar hunt.
Acastus' son, Thessalus, succeeded his father (or he was possibly a son of Jason and Medea) and ruled Iolcus.
www.timelessmyths.com /classical/aeolids.html   (4375 words)

  
 Acastus Information
Astydameia then told Acastus that Peleus had tried to rape her.
Acastus and Astydameia had one daughter besides Sterope: Laodamia.
Another daughter Stenele is given by Apollodorus of Athens as the wife of Menoetius and mother of Patroclus.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Peleus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Peleus accidentally killed Eurytion during the hunt for the Calydonian Boar and fled Phthia.
Peleus was purifed of the murder of Eurytion in Iolcus by Acastus.
Bitter, she sent a messenger to Antigone to tell her that Peleus was to marry Acastus' daughter; Antigone hanged herself.
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 2006 Jessup Compromis
The residential villages of the Elysians are in Acastus, north of the 36th parallel, but their agricultural lands are in the lowlands south of the border.
On December 10, 2002, the Parliament of Acastus passed the "Multinational Corporate Responsibility Act" (MCRA), the text of which is attached to this Compromis as Annex A. In a ceremony announcing the promulgation of the MCRA on December 15, 2002, the Prime Minister of Acastus, Mr.
Acastus has succeeded to the status of Nessus as a party to ICJ Statute, and Nessus likewise accepted the compulsory jurisdiction of the Court.
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 Peleus
He went to Iolcus, where he was purified of this second homicide by Acastus, the country's new king.
Acastus' wife, Astydameia, fell in love with Peleus, but he repulsed her advances; she sent a message to his wife, Antigone, telling her that Peleus was to marry the daughter of Acastus, and Antigone hanged herself.
Astydameia also told her husband that Peleus had attempted to seduce her; Acastus then took Peleus on a hunting trip, hid his sword, and abandoned him.
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 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 177 (v. 3)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While on mount Pelion, Peleus married the Nereid Thetis, by whom he became the father of Achilles, though some regarded this Thetis as different from the marine divinity, and called her a daughter of Cheiron.
6.) After this Peleus, who is also men­tioned among the Argonauts, in conjunction with Jason and the Dioscuri, besieged Acastus at lol-cus, slew Astydameia, and over the scattered limbs of her body led his warriors into the city.
Thus we are told, for example, that Acastus, or his sons, Ar-ehander and Architeles, expelled Peleus from his
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 Underground by Gomeroi
Acastus was angry and frustrated that he couldn’t stop the torture that Iorgos and Otek had done to Arabella.
Acastus trained with her every day, honing her skills to the Genii style and he was fascinated by the style she had learnt from where she had come from.
Acastus believed that Sora and Arabella had grown close in the month that Arabella had been here, even still he had been surprised that Sora had brought him the GDO to use to contact the Atlantean’s.
sg-atlantis.org /fanfics/viewstory.php?sid=1635&chapter=13&textsize=-1   (696 words)

  
 Family of Peleus - Peleus
Peleus flees to the land of Iolkos where Acastus, the son of Pelias, rules.
Both Peleus and Acastus participate in the Expedition of the Argonauts and they become good buddies and Peleus' name is cleared once again.
Acastus' plan is to invite Peleus on a hunt to see who can shoot the most game.
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 Peleus, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
And in the course of the funeral games that Acastus celebrated in honor of his father, Atalanta wrestled with Peleus and won over him; and yet he would later defeat a goddess through a kind of wrestling.
Acastus was reluctant to kill the man he had purified, but took him instead to hunt on Mount Pelion, not far away from Iolcus in Thessaly, and when Peleus had fallen asleep, he deserted him, hiding his sword.
When Troy had been sacked, Neoptolemus heard that his grandfather Peleus had been expelled by Acastus, and that is the reason why, some say, he departed for home in haste.
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 The Hero Peleus
Secondly, Astydameia went to her husband Acastus, the king, and told him that Peleus had tried to seduce her.
Acastus took Peleus on a trip to Mount Pelion, which was located inside the land of the Centaurs.
That night, Acastus and the rest abandoned Peleus in his sleep and hid his sword.
dante.udallas.edu /hutchison/Heroes/hero_peleus.htm   (386 words)

  
 The Hydra 1963
He stares at the glistening fleece in wonder, but his gaze is quickly shattered when a snarling, menacing creature emerges from the depths of the cave – with the thieving Acastus tightly wrapped in its slithery tail.
This is the Hydra – a fierce reptilian monster with seven heads and a forked serpentine tail.
Acastus gasps his last breath after the Hydra releases him to confront Jason.
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 Acastus Kolya - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Commander Acastus Kolya is a fictional character from the science fiction series Stargate Atlantis.
He is played by film and television veteran Robert Davi.
Bates, Steven Caldwell, Peter Grodin, Walter Harriman, Kate Heightmeyer, Kavanagh, Acastus Kolya, Markham, Stackhouse, Radek Zelenka
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 The Roman Legion
Acastus’ hand trembled as he tried to put down his goblet; it fell off the table, splattering his richly embroidered robes.
Although Acastus had kept remarkably solid records of his corrupt transactions, the case of these two men was questionable.
Acastus insisted that he had never dealt with them directly, although they had been referred to him as possible contacts for future “business”.
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 Acastus
After the return of the Argonauts his sisters were seduced by Medeia to cut their father in pieces and boil them; and Acastus, when he heard this, buried his father, drove Jason and Medeia, and according to Pausanias (vii.
(Apollodorus iii) Acastus, however, did not take immediate revenge for the alleged crime, but after he and Peleus had been chasing on mount Pelion, and the latter had fallen asleep, Acastus took his sword from him, and left him alone and exposed, so that Peleus was nearly destroyed by the Centaurs.
The death of Acastus is not mentioned by Apollodorus, but according to him Peleus in conjunction with Jason and the Dioscuri merely conquer and destroy lolcus.
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 Classical Mythology: Achilles: The Angry Young Hero —
Acastus purified his friend of the accidental killing, and invited him to remain in Iolcus.
Acastus could not commit the impiety of killing a man he had recently purified, but he was incensed by his friend's alleged betrayal.
Acastus invited Peleus to join him and his nobles in a hunting contest.
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 Jessup 06 unofficial summary   (Site not responding. Last check: )
On March 1, 2005, the Attorney General of Acastus notified the Ministry of Justice of Rubria that Acastus intended to institute proceedings before the International Court of Justice.
We advise the Court that Acastus is neither a member of the United Nations nor a party to the Statute of the Court.
(d) Acastus is in breach of Article 52 of the RABBIT by virtue of the Acastian civil court's decision.
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 International Law Blog Renee Dopplick - Columbia Wins 2006 Jessup International Moot Court
After introducing herself and framing that she would address the court on two of Acastus' requests to the ICJ, Justice Bonucci interrupted and declared that he hoped she was prepared to answer his questions because her co-counsel did a good job of not answering his questions.
Acastus also requested the name and flag be changed to reflect the new status.
This request by Acastus created a dispute over statehood recognition and allowed the applicants and respondents to argue traditional and newer theories of state succession, including universal succession of unimpaired rights, the "tabula rasa" of clean slate, and partial state succession.
www.insidejustice.com /law/index.php/intl/2006/04/01/2006_jessup_moot_court   (2524 words)

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