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Belphoebe is a mirror of the queen in her virginal aspect, dismissive of the court as identical to a corrupt "pleasures pallace," while her virginity is elevated to a "powre celestiall" that can disengage her from unwanted attention with the threat of her "Iauelin bright" (II.iii.42).
The chastity of Britomart, in contrast to Belphoebe, is provisional; she is awaiting the appropriate time for marriage.
Unable to return to the court of Gloriana's knights because of his love for Belphoebe, and unable to avert her anger at his insubordination, Timias is banished to an uncivilized and solitary wilderness, rather like, say, Ireland.
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 Fallen from Grace
Belphoebe has been spotted in the company of a caravan of gypsies, a troop of traveling performers, and with assorted fighters and sailors that have fallen from grace.
Most of the time she can be found in the company of the notorious Baron Marcellus Capoziello da Napoli whom she met at a tavern brawl, which broke out when somebody made fun of her codpiece.
Fun Factoids: Eamon "The Walrus" Wallace, who is rumored to be the love child of Belphoebe, from the times in which she served as a member of Catherine de Medici's "Flying Squad," was fostered to Rachel's family, hence the sharing of last names.
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 Belphoebe's Web Page
In the Society, I am known as Baronne Belphoebe de Givet, a 16th Century Frenchwoman, daughter of a judge from Rouen, and wife to an Italian merchant.
Belphoebe has been at one point part of Catherine de Médici's "Flying Squad," the group of ladies of her entourage who doubled as intelligence-gatherers.
Although now married and not residing at Court anymore, Belphoebe is still technically in the Queen's employ and carries out the occasional task, as her Royal Mistress requires.
www.houseffg.org /belphoebe/Introduction.htm   (456 words)

 [Ponte Alto] Looking for spanish words
Belphoebe would indeed speak beautiful French, but alas Laura murders that fair language rather mercilessly.
Laura because she is Mexican and Belphoebe because her mother was Spanish.
Also, Bel spent a number of years in Spain carrying some discreet tasks that were entrusted to her by the French Crown.
www.atlantia.sca.org /pipermail/ponte-alto/2004-May/002274.html   (336 words)

 Belphoebe: Backup Pack : The Zero 5.0laf - The Official Website of Andrew Vachss
Although my age doesn't qualify me as a child, Belphoebe must have felt my trust as she posed like a queen for these photographs.
"As I write this, Belphoebe is about to take her first trip to the Azores where she will spend the winter months in a quaint village which has become a second home.
Her mom said gifts from America will be delivered to all the children on the island.
www.vachss.com /dogs/guest_dogs/guest_belphoebe.html   (169 words)

 [Costumers] Question on pewter buttons
Bel --- Jennifer Thies wrote: > Belphoebe, > > The gentleman was Lord Ormswyn, Mistress Keilyn's > sweetie.
I have a > question on > > pewter cast buttons or, more specifically, how > they > > were mounted.
> > > > Thanks very much, > > > > Belphoebe > > > > > > --- Countess Addie wrote: > > > >>Nah - just everyone is busy on the other > lists.....
www.atlantia.sca.org /pipermail/costumers/2003-April/000772.html   (485 words)

 Sol and Ralegh 2
Spenser uses the name Cynthia for the Queen in Colin Clout because that is the name by which his friend Sir Walter Ralegh calls his Queen, and it is through Ocean that Cynthia is introduced into the episode at all.
"The most excellent and glorious person of our soveraine the Queene...in some places I doe expresse in Belphoebe, fashioning her name according to your owne excellent conseipt of Cynthia, (Phoebe and Cynthia being both names of Diana)."
Belphoebe appears in Books III and IV, where the squire Timias represents Sir Walter Ralegh, and the episode of impossible love and, later, unfaithfulness, shadows the events of the relationship between Queen Elizabeth and Ralegh culminating in the extrangement of 1592.
www.members.tripod.com /sicttasd/isa2.html   (763 words)

 Re: naptime stresses (long)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
He is 20 months, so not even close to > > the age of giving up naps.
> > Belphoebe > > My son is 22 months and it's hit or miss whether he'll nap.
On the weekend I don't see the big deal.
www.talkaboutparenting.com /group/misc.kids/messages/616620.html   (179 words)

 Faerie Queene Sexuality   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In the third book of the Farie Queene we see several different ideas toward sexuality expressed.
Belphoebe presents us with a different image of chastity than Britomart and Florimell in that their chaste desire leads them to unite themselves with the ones they love, whereas Belphoebe presents chastity as virginity.
Keep in mind, the ideal of chastity in Protestant England did not enjoy the status that it did under Roman Catholicism, because virginity seemed to undermine the protestant idealization of marriage.
gsteinbe.intrasun.tcnj.edu /tcnj/litmessageboard3/_disc1/0000004b.htm   (107 words)

 Prepare Poetry eCard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
So was this virgin borne, so was she bred, So was she trayned up from time to time, In all chast vertue, and true bounti-hed Till to her dew perfection she was ripened.
iv Her mother was the faire Chrysogonee, The daughter of Amphisa, who by race A Faerie was, yborne of high degree, She bore Belphoebe, she bore in like cace Faire Amoretta in the second place: These two were twinnes, and twixt them two did share The heritage of all celestiall grace.
That all the rest it seem'd they robbed bare Of bountie, and of beautie, and all vertues rare.
www.poemhunter.com /ecard/1/prepare.asp?poem=377777   (992 words)

 ► » Central Perk?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 01:30:35 GMT, "Belphoebe" wrote:
You wouldn't want me to spoil the ep for you, would you?
On Mon, 01 Mar 2004 17:10:31 GMT, "Belphoebe" wrote:
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 Cooper's Adaptations of Romance Conventions and Structures
Instead, some of the structural patterns and themes traditionally associated with heroines of romances are transferred to Leatherstocking.
Frye says of Belphoebe, in Spenser's Faerie Queene, "It is obvious that in a romance, which is almost by definition a love story, there is a technical difficulty of what one does with a permanently virginal figure, even if not immobilized by allegorical association with a queen.
Much of his identity is tied up, as romance conventions dictate, with conflicts of love and honor that have to do with attachments to "family, tribe, or class loyalties."11 A comic resolution of such conflicts is possible if the hero transfers his energies and affections to a new family.
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 Faerie Queene   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
We have three sets of lovers – Britomart and Artegall, Scudamour and Amoret, and Belphoebe and Timias.
Does Spenser seem to have primarily a humanist or a Calvinist attitude toward virtue (or a combination of the two)?
What recent social events for Spenser might be being imitated by having Belphoebe refuse Timias's love?
gsteinbe.intrasun.tcnj.edu /tcnj/britlit/spenser3.htm   (231 words)

 Dog photos, pictures and stories for Belphoebe, a female Smooth Fox Terrier/Breed Unknown. What a great dog!
Dog photos, pictures and stories for Belphoebe, a female Smooth Fox Terrier/Breed Unknown.
You've come directly to the page of Belphoebe.
Feel free to look around when you're done with this perfect dog.
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 Barony of Ponte Alto Arts & Sciences Gallery - Belphoebe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Belphoebe became the new Chalice AandS Champion with this embroidered snufkyn:
Belphoebe displayed the gloves with which she successfully defended her Chalice AandS championship at Chalice of the Sun God II in September 2005.
Click on any image for a larger version.
pontealto.atlantia.sca.org /as/belphoebe.php   (61 words)

 [EMLS 7.3 (January, 2002]: 4.1-70 The Influence of Spenser's Faerie Queene on Kyd's Spanish Tragedy
Barber has noted that "Bel-imperia's strange name [is] like a name in The Faerie Queene [and] suggests ruling power that is beautiful.
.," like the names of Gloriana and Belphoebe.
Barber has also pointed out the parallel between Redcrosse's contemplation of suicide with a knife and halter (1.7.51-54) and Hieronimo's suicidal despair represented by the dagger and noose he carries at the outset of 3.3 (139, 150).
www.shu.ac.uk /emls/07-3/ardofaer.htm   (9403 words)

 The Faerie Queene: Book 3: Canto VI
But to this faire Belphoebe in her berth
She bore Belphoebe, she bore in like cace
And of her selfe her name Belphoebe red:
www.sacred-texts.com /neu/eng/fq/fq32.htm   (2446 words)

 Re: "Time Wasting Rules" - from Real Simple Magazine - NOT GOOD!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
:) > > > > > > Belphoebe > > > > > > > > I am - I thought there were only 2%?
:) > > Belphoebe I'm one too (a INFJ).
It has a 'smaller' group feel, than the other higher traffic MK groups L
www.talkaboutparenting.com /group/misc.kids/messages/606711.html   (2123 words)

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