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  Clymene Sources
Clymene, daughter of Minyas, was wedded to Phylacus, son of Deion, and bore Iphiclus;
After the death of Procris, Cephalus married Clymene, daughter of Minyas; Iphiclus, son of Cephalus by Clymene.
Iphiclus, son of Cephalusm, son of Deion, by Clymene, daughter of Minyas;
www.csulb.edu /~dbouvier/SourceFiles/i666Sources.htm   (52 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
The Clymene Dolphin (Stenella clymene), in some texts known as the Short-snouted Spinner Dolphin, is a dolphin endemic to the Atlantic Ocean.
From its discovery by John Gray in 1850 until a re-assessment in 1981, the Clymene Dolphin was regarded as sub-species of the Spinner Dolphin.
The Clymene Dolphin is endemic to the Atlantic Ocean.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Clymene_Dolphin   (589 words)

  
 CMS: Stenella clymene, Clymene dolphin
The Clymene dolphin Stenella clymene is found in tropical and warm temperate waters of both the North and South Atlantic Oceans (Fertl et al.
The clymene dolphins were swimming in close association with schools of spinner dolphins but remained clustered together and did not approach the vessel as closely as the spinners did.
Clymene dolphins are taken by harpoon in small numbers in a subsistence fishery at St Vincent in the Lesser Antilles.
www.cms.int /reports/small_cetaceans/data/S_clymene/s_clymene.htm   (1110 words)

  
 CLYMENE : Greek Titan goddess of fame ; mythology ; pictures : KLYMENE
KLYMENE (or Clymene) was the Titan goddess of renown, fame and infamy.
"From Iapetus and Clymene [were born]: Atlas, Epimetheus, Prometheus."
Klymene's husband Iapetos (the piercer) appears to be the Titan-god associated with mortality, so Klymene may represent the fame that mortals strove for in order to obtain a lasting memorial in death.
www.theoi.com /Titan/TitanisKlymene.html   (642 words)

  
 CLYMENE : Oceanid nymph of Egypt, goddess of fame ; Greek mythology : KLYMENE
KLYMENE (or Clymene) was an Okeanid nymph loved by the sun-god Helios.
Clymene's mortal husband] life, his sisters' hopes of marriage, to provide some token that that parentage was true.
"[Phaethon fell to his death from the chariot of the sun :] Clymene, distraught with sorrow, said whatever could be said in woes so terrible and beat her breast, and roamed the world to find his lifeless limbs and then his bones, and found his bones at last buried beside a foreign river-bank.
www.theoi.com /Nymphe/NympheKlymene.html   (1749 words)

  
 Baby Name Clymene - Origin and Meaning of Clymene
The girl's name Clymene \c-lyme-ne, cl(y)-mene\ is of Greek origin, and its meaning is "renowned one".
Greek mythology: most notably the the daughter of Oceanus and mother of Atlas and Promethus, though several legendary figures also bear this name.
Clymene is a very rare female first name and a very rare surname (source: 1990 U.S. Census).
www.thinkbabynames.com /meaning/0/Clymene   (128 words)

  
  Clymene Dolphin, Stenella clymene at MarineBio.org
The Clymene dolphin, Stenella clymene (Gray, 1846), aka the short-snouted spinner dolphin, spinner dolphin (short-snouted), helmet dolphin, Senegal dolphin, averages 1.8 m in length and is light gray in color with darker markings above the eye and below the dorsal fin.
Clymene dolphins are known to ride bow waves and "spin", however they are not as agile as other spinner dolphins except in the Gulf of Mexico where they have been observed displaying a similar agility as spinner dolphins.
Clymene dolphins, Stenella clymene, dolphins are occasionally harpooned in the Lesser Antilles (Caribbean) and captured in gillnets in Venezuela where they are used as shark bait for longline fisheries.
www.marinebio.com /species.asp?id=350   (845 words)

  
  ClymeneDolphins   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The clymene is slightly more robust, the dorsal fin is less triangular, and the beak is a little shorter.
The Clymene Dolphin is a slender creature, closely resembling the Hawaiian form of the Spinner Dolphin.
Clymene Dolphins associate with both Spinner and Common Dolphins, but are not as dramatically acrobatic as the former.
www.dolphinswrld.netfirms.com /ClymeneDolphins.htm   (236 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Clymene Dolphin
The Clymene Dolphin (Stenella clymene), in some texts known as the Short-snouted Spinner Dolphin, is dolphin endemic to the Atlantic Ocean.
From its discovery by John Gray in 1850 until a re-assessment in 1981, the Clymene Dolphin was regarded as sub-species of the Spinner Dolphin.
The Clymene Dolphin is endemic to the Atlantic Ocean.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Clymene-Dolphin   (724 words)

  
 Phaethon 3, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
Some say that Phaethon 3 is the son of Helius (Sun) and the Oceanid Clymene 1; but others affirm that his parents were Clymenus 5 and the Oceanid Merope 4, and that Clymenus 5 was the grandfather of Phaethon 3, being himself the son of Helius.
It is told that Phaethon 3 and Epaphus 1—son of Io and future king of Egypt—were companions and had the same age, and that it was a discussion between them that made Phaethon 3 investigate the question of his father.
Clymene 1, who in turn could fear that the memory of her love affair with great Helius would be lost, was easily moved by her son's request.
homepage.mac.com /cparada/GML/Phaethon3.html   (1199 words)

  
 North American Mammals: Stenella clymene
The Clymene dolphin is distinguished from the very similar spinner dolphin by the shortness of its beak and its color pattern.
Clymene dolphins feed on deep-water fish and squid, and except for stranded individuals, have only been seen in deep water.
No one was able to describe the Clymene dolphin scientifically until the 1970s, when some of them stranded in Texas and New Jersey.
www.mnh2.si.edu /education/mna/image_info.cfm?species_id=361   (188 words)

  
 Species Profiles — OBIS-SEAMAP
Clymene dolphins are known to reach at least 1.97 m (males) and 1.90 m (females) in length, and sexual maturity is reached by about 1.7-1.8 m.
Clymene dolphins are most easily confused with spinner dolphins, but are more robust, with shorter, stubbier beaks.
Stenella clymene, a rediscovered tropical dolphin of the Atlantic.
seamap.env.duke.edu /species/tsn/180435   (900 words)

  
 Catreus, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
Aerope 1 became the mother of Agamemnon and Menelaus, either by Plisthenes 1 or by Atreus, but Clymene 5 was married by Nauplius 1, who had by her sons: Palamedes and Oeax.
Yet the most interesting thing about Catreus is probably his funeral, which was celebrated in Crete at the time when the seducer Paris had come to Sparta to fetch the bride that was the bribe he had received on Mount Ida when he judged the three goddesses.
Clymene 5 was also given to Nauplius 1 to be sold in foreing lands, but Nauplius 1 having married her, she gave birth to Palamedes and Oeax.
homepage.mac.com /cparada/GML/Catreus.html   (746 words)

  
 African Marine Mammals   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The word Clymene is from the Greek mythological daughter of Oceanus and Tethys.
There is a dark stripe on the top of the beak or rostrum with a "moustache" close to the crease of the melon (if you were to look at the animal head-on, it might look like it has a "T" on it's beak).
Clymene dolphins reach at least two meters in length and weighs about 85 kg.
csiwhalesalive.org /csiclymene.html   (341 words)

  
 Clymene, a brief history of a Workington sailing ship
The Clymene was a wooden full-rigged ship built at Workington, launched on the 15th May 1851.
The Clymene is the largest vessel that has yet been launched in the county, though two of larger dimensions are in course of construction at Workington and will be launched during the present year.
As soon as the vessel was launched and snugly berthed, the owners, builders and a number of their friends, adjourned to the office, where a sumptuous repast was prepared.
www.mightyseas.co.uk /marhist/workington_harrington/clymene.htm   (633 words)

  
 FIGIS - FAO/SIDP Species Identification Sheet: Stenella clymene   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The body shape of clymene dolphins also closely resembles that of short-beaked (offshore) forms of the common dolphin, as does the colour pattern in a superficial way.
So far, clymene dolphins are known to reach at least 2.0 m in length and sexual maturity is reached by about 1.8 m.
In the Caribbean, clymene dolphins appear, at least occasionally, to be taken in the Lesser Antilles small cetacean fishery, and in gillnets.
www.fao.org /figis/servlet/species?sname=Stenella%20clymene   (567 words)

  
 Resources on Clymene Dolphin academic institutions
Clymene Dolphin (Stenella clymene):...of Mexico indicate that they are probably year-round residents of this region.
Ch12: Distinctive Characteristics: The clymene dolphin is externally similar to the...
Stenella clymene: Greatest known total length for a male Clymene dolphin is 197 cm (n = 32) and...
mongabay.org /conservation/Clymene_Dolphin.htm   (1891 words)

  
 Latin 1 - Mythology - Fables - Adventures - Phaëthon
Clymene told Phaëthon that he was the son of the Sun, Helios, but all the other boys teased him in school for being foolish.
Clymene told her son to go to the Sun Palace to ask the god, Apollo himself if he was his son.
Apollo told him that it was true; he was the father of Phaëthon.
www.dl.ket.org /latin1/mythology/3fables/adventures/phaethon.htm   (495 words)

  
 Niches :: Clymene   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Very easily identified too, with its striking fl and beige patterning, and a special sulfur yellow treat when the hindwings are exposed upon opening the forewings.
Clymene moths are in the Arctiidae family, the Tiger moths, which also include some woolly bear caterpillar types.
Clymene moth larvae like Eupatorium-type plants and oaks, which we have aplenty.
sparkleberrysprings.com /v-web/b2/?p=264   (319 words)

  
 UNT Libraries: Music Library, Jean-Baptiste Lully Collection, Phaeton, 1683   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Clymene reassures her son that he can win both Libya's hand and the throne of Egypt if he no longer pursues Theona.
Clymene tries in vain to discourage Phaƫton's ambition for the throne by encouraging a renewed interest in Theona.
During this tumultuous interruption to the wedding ceremony, Clymene attests to her son's parentage.
www.library.unt.edu /music/lully/Phaeton1683/plot.htm   (768 words)

  
 The Nymphs in Greek Myths
It was a hamadryad who began the whole story of the Golden Fleece by punishing the son of a man who'd thrown a knife into her tree.
The Heliades (also called the Heliadai) were the daughters (and sons) of Helios, the Sun, by both Clymene and Rhodos (each had their own set of kids, that is).
Clymene was but a simple Oceanid, but for a simple Oceanid, she had a lot going on.
www.paleothea.com /Nymphs.html   (3988 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Clymene: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Like him who went to Clymene to learn if what he had heard was true, and...
was attended by Aethra, the daughter of Pittheus, and ox-eyed Clymene.
Clymene, their poor mother, frantically trying to pull the bark off...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Clymene&tag=benlopark&index=books&link_code=qs&page=1   (1110 words)

  
 Catreus
He is known mainly through his children: his daughters Aerope, Apemosyne, and Clymene (4), and his son Althaemenes, whom he all loved very much.
The daughters Clymene and Aeropa were sold as slaves to Nauplius on the condition that they would never return to Crete.
Nauplius married Clymene and she bore him two sons, Oeax and Palamedes.
www.pantheon.org /articles/c/catreus.html   (309 words)

  
 Clymene Dolphin (Stenella clymene)
This species probably feeds mostly at night when prey species (squid and small fish) rise in the water column.
Initially known only from skulls and thought to be a variant of Spinner Dolphin (S. longirostris), Clymene Dolphin was granted full species status as recently as 1981.
Clymene Dolphin is closely related to Spinner Dolphin but has a shorter beak, more rounded headshape, chunkier body and more hooked (falcated) dorsal fin.
www.oceanwanderers.com /Cly.Dol.html   (355 words)

  
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Phaethon was the son of Hyperion and the nymph Clymene.
Clymene put her hands up to the sky and asked the sun to prove to Phaethon that he was his father.
Clymene told Phaethon to travel to India, where the sun rises.
members.core.com /~starrcat/phaet.htm   (327 words)

  
 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species: Stenella clymene
There are an estimated 5,000–6,000 Clymene Dolphins in the northern Gulf of Mexico (Waring et al.
Clymene Dolphins are harpooned at least occasionally by fishermen in the Lesser Antilles, and they are sometimes caught in fishing gear elsewhere.
The only area in which a significant bycatch is thought to occur is in the eastern tropical Atlantic, where, according to unconfirmed sources, significant numbers may be taken in tuna purse seines (T. Jefferson, pers.
www.iucnredlist.org /search/details.php/20730/all   (269 words)

  
 Clymene Dolphin (Stenella clymene)
Consequently, it is one of the most poorly known dolphins of the world.
These dolphins eat small fishes and squid and appear to feed at night or in mid-water depths.
The Clymene dolphin is not found outside of Atlantic waters, an unusual distribution for a tropically distributed cetacean.
www.nsrl.ttu.edu /tmot1/stenclym.htm   (216 words)

  
 Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation: Leon and Clymene Bond Foundation
When asked why he continues to give to the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation, DeCloux chuckled and said, "Because he keeps asking me!" As humorous as that answer may be, it is a fundamental of fund raising.
All kidding aside, DeCloux and the Leon H. and Clymene M. Bond Foundation have sound reasons for supporting the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation.
They agree with its mission and excellent track record of supporting the best and brightest students in their effort to acquire a better education.
www.briansjourney.com /news/leonbond   (266 words)

  
 Clymene's Dolphin (Stenella clymene) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Clymene's Dolphin (Stenella clymene) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
· Clymene dolphins are only found in warmer waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
MMPA - Clymene's dolphins, like all marine mammals, are protected under the MMPA.
www.nmfs.noaa.gov /pr/species/mammals/cetaceans/clymenesdolphin.htm   (76 words)

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