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  Calypso (mythology) - MSN Encarta
Calypso (mythology), in Greek mythology, a sea nymph and daughter of the Titan Atlas.
Calypso lived alone on the mythical island of Ogygia in the Ionian Sea.
When the Greek hero Odysseus was shipwrecked on Ogygia, she fell in love with him and kept him a virtual prisoner for seven years.
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 Greek mythology A-M - All About Turkey
In Greek mythology Astraea was the daughter of Zeus and Themis, the goddess of justice.
In Greek mythology, Eteocles was a son of the incestuous union of Oedipus and Jocasta and brother of Polynices.
In Greek mythology Ion was the son of Apollo and the Arthenian princess Creusa, whom Apollo raped on the Acropolis.
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 Calypso 3, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
The goddess Calypso 3, who dressed a certain day in a long silvery mantle, with a golden belt round her waist, and a veil over her head, received the shipwrecked Odysseus in her home with kindness and love, offering to make him immortal and ageless.
Straight away after this oath, Calypso 3, disregarding the fact that just a little while ago she had protested against Zeus' decision, told Odysseus that she did this because after all she had a righteous mind and a heart that, not being indeed of iron, had compassion.
Calypso 1 is counted among the NEREIDS, and Calypso 2 is one of the OCEANIDS.
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 Tethys
In Greek mythology Telesto was a daughter of Oceanus and Tethys.
In Greek mythology Calypso was a sea nymph who delayed Odysseus on her island for seven years.
Calypso and Telesto are among the smallest moons in the solar system.
seds.lpl.arizona.edu /nineplanets/nineplanets/tethys.html   (440 words)

  
 Calypso
In Greek mythology, Calypso was either a goddess or an ocean nymph, who inhabited a mythical island called Ogygia.
Calypso appeared in the Odyssey, the Greek epic that describes the wanderings of Odysseus* on his way home from the Trojan War*.
Although accounts vary, Calypso was apparently the daughter of a Titan, possibly of Atlas.
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 Calypso - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Calypso is the same distance from Saturn as the moons Tethys and Telesto.
Calypso lived alone on the mythical island of Ogygia in the...
Calypso is a style of Afro-Caribbean music which originated in the British and French colonial islands of the Caribbean at about the start of the 20th century.
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 Tethys
In Greek mythology Telesto was a daughter of Oceanus and Tethys.
In Greek mythology Calypso was a sea nymph who delayed Odysseus on her island for seven years.
Calypso and Telesto are among the smallest moons in the solar system.
www.seds.org /nineplanets/nineplanets/tethys.html   (440 words)

  
  Calypso - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Calypso is the name of a sea nymph in Greek mythology;
Calypso, North Carolina; the zip code is 28325.
Calypso (comics) is a character in the Marvel Universe;
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 Calypso (mythology) - MSN Encarta
Calypso (mythology), in Greek mythology, a sea nymph and daughter of the Titan Atlas.
Calypso lived alone on the mythical island of Ogygia in the Ionian Sea.
When the Greek hero Odysseus was shipwrecked on Ogygia, she fell in love with him and kept him a virtual prisoner for seven years.
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 Astronomy For Kids -The Moons of Saturn - KidsAstronomy.com
In Greek Mythology Rhea was the wife of Saturn, and the mother of Neptune, Jupiter, and Pluto.
In mythology Hyperion was the son of Earth and Uranus.
In mythology Phoebe is the daughter of Uranus, and Earth.
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 NYMPHS in MYTHOLOGY
Calypso was a nymph, the daughter of the Titan Atlas.
In Greek mythology, Arethusa was a daughter of Nereus and Doris.
In Greek and Roman mythology, the Styx was the principal river in the underworld.
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 Mythography | The Nymph Calypso in Myth and Art
"Calypso was a sea nymph, which name denotes a numerous class of female divinities of lower rank, yet sharing many of the attributes of the gods.
Calypso received Odysseus hospitably, entertained him magnificently, became enamoured of him, and wished to retain him forever, conferring on him immortality.
Calypso at last received the command of Zeus to dismiss him.
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 Calypso
Calypso was a nymph, the daughter of the Titan Atlas.
After the last of Odysseus' men had perished at sea, Odysseus himself was washed ashore on Ogygia, where Calypso became enamored of him, taking him as her lover and promising him immortality if he would stay with her.
Calypso complied reluctantly, allowing Odysseus to construct a small boat and set sail from the island.
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 Timeless Myths: Classical Mythology
Greek mythology is heavily intertwined with Greek classical literature.
Classical Mythology is a division of Timeless Myths.
Timeless Myths and the Classical Mythology were created by Bladesmaster.
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 Calypso
In Greek mythology Calypso (Greek: 'Καλυψώ', 'I will conceal', also transliterated as Kalypsó or Kālypsō),), was a sea nymph, daughter of Atlas, who delayed Odysseus on her dark and depressing island (Ogygia) for seven years.
He sent Hermes to convince Calypso to release Odysseus, and she reluctantly agreed.
Odysseus left to be with his beloved wife Penelope who waited for him at home even though Calypso had promised him immortality if he stayed.
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 Mythology Term Papers | Mythology Essays
A 14 page paper that presents the complex roles of women in mythology and the three major categories in which most mythological women can be placed.
This paper also demonstrates the way in which culture determines the roles of women, and utilizes a variety of mythologies, from the myths of medieval England to those of ancient Greece, to demonstrate the depiction of these roles.
The paper argues that Zeus changed from a fickle and furious weather-god to a champion of justice, as his worshippers changed from illiterate tribesmen to the highest culture of the ancient world.
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 Greek Mythology
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 Greek Mythology - History of greek mythology, Greek mythology creation
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 Greek and Roman Mythology — FactMonster.com
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Morpheus - Morpheus Morpheus, in Greek and Roman mythology, god of dreams.
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 Vocabulary.com Rootonym® - 11 Weeks of MYTHOLOGY Vocabulary Word and Word Etymologies
Many useful, interesting words in English derive from Greek mythology and many of their stories.
aegis, Amazon, ambrosia, aurora, calypso, chimerical, Delphic, draconian, epicurean, fauna, flora, gorgons, halcyon, harpies, Herculean, hermetic, hydra, iridescent, labyrinth, laconic, lethargy, lycanthrope, martial, meander, mentor, mercurial, museum, narcissism, nectar, nemesis, odyssey, palladium, panacea, platonic, procrustean, promethean, protean, sibylline, siren, sophistry, stoical, stentorian, tantalize, zephyr
The graphics for the mythology thematic feature were created by Bob Marzewski.
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 Space Exploring The Heavens: Encyclopedia: Saturn's Moons
In Greek mythology Dione was the mother of Aphrodite (Venus) by Zeus (Jupiter).
In Greek mythology Hyperion was a Titan, the son of Gaea and Uranus and the father of Helios.
In Greek mythology Iapetus was a Titan, the son of Uranus, the father of Prometheus and Atlas and an
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 Calypso's Isle: Calypso Odysseus in The Odyssey by Home
The name Calypso means "eclipse," and indeed, Odysseus' long stay on Calypso's isle is an eclipse of all that he has known of life...and also of his consciousness of himself as a warrior hero and shrewd initiator of action.
Calypso holds him so tightly in her embrace, that he is not free to embrace her in turn.
The king of the gods, the ruling power of his own psyche commands that he be released from the engulfing feminine both within himself and outside himself, and helps provide him the means and power to resume the journey home.
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 greek mythology - Definition, Synonyms, and Reference from OnPedia.com
Pandora's box - (Greek mythology) a box that Zeus gave to Pandora with instructions that she not open it; she gave in to her curiosity and opened it; all the miseries and evils flew out to afflict mankind
Cocytus, River Cocytus - (Greek mythology) a river in Hades that was said to be a tributary of the Acheron
Argus - (Greek mythology) a giant with 100 eyes; was guardian of the heifer Io and was slain by Hermes
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 Space Exploring The Heavens: Saturn's Moons
In Greek mythology Rhea was the sister and wife of Cronus (Saturn) and the mother of Demeter, Hades (Pluto), Hera, Hestia, Poseidon (Neptune), and Zeus (Jupiter).
In Greek mythology the Titans were a family of giants, the children of Uranus and Gaia, who sought to rule the heavens but were overthrown and supplanted by the family of Zeus.
In Greek mythology Iapetus was a Titan, the son of Uranus, the father of Prometheus and Atlas and an ancestor of the human race.
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 USS Calypso
In Greek mythology, Calypso, daughter of Atlas, detained the ship-wrecked Ulysses on the isle of Ogygia.
Calypso joined the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron off Wilmington, N.C., and on 24 October 1863, took her first prize off Frying Pan Shoals, the schooner Herald.
Calypso was sent north with her prize 6 November, and after receiving repairs at New York, returned late in spring 1866 to cruising from Chesapeake Bay to the coast of Florida.
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 Sea and Sky's Tour of the Solar System: Other Saturnian Moons
According to Greek mythology, Calypso was a sea nymph who delayed Odysseus by keeping him on an island for seven years.
Calypso was discovered by Smith, Reitsema, Larson and Fountain in 1980 based using ground-based observations.
In Greek mythology, Phoebe was the virgin goddess of the hunt and the Moon, and the twin sister of the god Apollo.
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 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Greek &. Roman Mythology (A-M)
In Greek mythology, Antilochus was a son of Nestor.
In Greek and Roman mythology, Apollo was the god of the sun, music, poetry, prophecy, agriculture, and pastoral life, and leader of the Muses.
In Greek mythology, the Cyclops wereone of a race of Sicilian giants, who had one eye in the middle of the forehead and lived as shepherds.
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 Calypso, Fair Goddess of Ogygia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The name Calypso means the concealer and she represents the forces that cause a man to be diverted from his goal.
Calypso is called the goddess of the sea because her true realm is Ogygia, an island in the sea that is not easy to locate.
Since the realm of Calypso is the island Ogygia, calling upon her is really useless, especially since we have only a faint idea where her island is. Calling upon Hecate, the Greek goddess of charms and luck is more likely, since her realm is very wrought up in human affairs.
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 CALYPSO : Atlantid nymph of Ogygia Island ; Greek mythology : KALYPSO
KALYPSO (or Calypso) was the goddess Nymph of the mythical island of Ogygia, and one of the many daughters of the Titan Atlas.
Calypso loved the unfortunate hero, and promised him eternal youth and immortality if he would remain with her.
A surname of Calypso, who was believed to have inhabited a small island of the name of Aeaea in the straits between Italy and Sicily.
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 Caves of Malta: Għar Calypso
Calypso, who promissed him immortality if he would stay with her.
Calypso was the sea nymph who enchanted Odysseus on his journey home from the Trojan War.
Homer, in his classic travelogue The Odyssey, describes Calypso's Cave as being surrounded by poplar and cypress trees, with a grape-laden vine at the entrance.
www.showcaves.com /english/mt/caves/Calypso.html   (516 words)

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