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In the News (Sun 21 Jul 19)

  Pseudokarst on Mars: the evolution of the Hephaestus Fossae and Hebrus Vallis Systems, Utopia Basin
Hebrus Vallis is to the north east and the Hephaestus Fossae is to the south west (Fig 1).
We use high resolution MOC, THEMIS and MOLA data sets to determine the discharge regime, describe the range of associated geomorphic landforms, and in particular to establish the likely triggers for both the surface collapse and the release of water at the surface.
We hypothesize that the evolution of Hephaestus Fossae and Hebrus Vallis involved a strong component of pseudokarst.
www.psi.edu /staff/bourkeprojects/PseudokarstOnMars.htm   (826 words)

 sutherland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Neobule, despite her fascination with Hebrus, cannot break free of the restrictions placed on young girls: she is able neither to indulge in love-play (3.12.1) nor to use wine to forget her cares (dulci mala vino lavere, 3.12.1-2).
Hebrus is named for a river; for this reason, and because of his proximity to Cupid in the ode's second stanza, we should view him purely as an embodiment of male sexuality.
If, instead of allowing Hebrus to define the world of this ode, we focus on Neobule's experience of her world, we find that 3.12 unquestionably describes the beginnings of a girl's transition into adulthood.
www.apaclassics.org /AnnualMeeting/04mtg/abstracts/sutherland.html   (724 words)

 Thrace - LoveToKnow 1911
The most distinguishing features of the country were the chain of Rhodope (Despoto-dagh) and the river Hebrus (Maritza).
The Hebrus, together with its tributaries which flow into it from the north, east and west, drains almost the whole of Thrace.
The greater part of the country is hilly and irregular, though there are considerable plains; but besides Rhodope two other tolerably definite chains intersect it, one of which descends from Haemus to Adrianople, while the other follows the coast of the Euxine at no great distance inland.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Thrace   (1358 words)

 Naval History of Great Britain by William James   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
At 2 P. the Hebrus lost sight of the Hannibal and Sultane, and at 5 P. of the Sparrow ; and the Etoile then bore from her south-east by east, distant three miles.
This fire the Hebrus quickly returned within pistol-shot distance, running athwart the stern of the Etoile, to get between her and the shore ; and that so closely, that her jib-boom passed over the French ship's taffrail.
The Hebrus was now in eight fathoms' water, and the land within musketshot on her starboard beam.
www.pbenyon.plus.com /Naval_History/Vol_VI/P_265.html   (516 words)

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Hebrus A river in Thrace (N-NE coast of Aegean Sea).
Vergil uses Hebrus again in another simile describing Turnus in battle: he is compared to Mars, who appears to inhabit the area of the 'ice-cold' Hebrus.
Hebrus A Trojan, son of Dolichaon, killed by Mezentius, king of the Etruscans.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /~jfarrell/temp/vp/july31/pontes.txt   (4372 words)

 Ulanders C. H.
An industrious farmer, Hebrus McHenry from Ohio, to speed the collection of his fall harvest, created The Ulanders Harvest Challenge.
Hebrus was soon making several dozen out of his barn and selling them for an affordable price to his neighbors.
A group of farmers against the apparently “hideous, insidious, unnatural, Hell-born contraption” were scared by the effectiveness of the robot and most were burned.
members.tripod.com /~Buel_F_Rawlings/newpage13.htm   (164 words)

 The Second Capital of Ottoman Empire,Edirne
The Apsinti, east of Ainos, the Drugeri in the central region of the Hebrus, the Tyns in Salmydessos and the Kalopothaks were some of the Thracian tribes who inhabited the region stretching from Ainos to the Kallipolis (Gallipoli) peninsula.
Most famous of all were the Odrys who at the height of their power inhabited an area extending from the Tonzos valley to the Aegean coast.
Odrysai lay in the fork at the confluence of the Hebrus and the Tonzos, and was a centre of commerce.
www.ottomansouvenir.com /Capitals/Edirne.htm   (6559 words)

 Horace ODES 3,12
In the foreground, through the eye of the camera, we still see Neobule as she watches, her wheel spinning endlessly, while outside at a distance, as in vignette, this handsome lad Hebrus exercises.
Hebrus is standing poised before the thicket, also waiting.
With one brilliant visual stroke Horace conducts us swiftly from a woman's static world, in which the only movement is the motion of the spinning wheel, by way of a young man's hyper-athletic arena of frenzied activity, a to the total immobility of a hunter watching a boar invisible in the bushes.
community.middlebury.edu /~harris/Texts/horace3.12.html   (1122 words)

 Wikinfo | Orpheus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This may be in reference to his untimely and brutal demise at the hands of the bachanntes, and his subsequent dismembering into the river Hebrus.
His head and lyre floated “down the swift Hebrus to the Lesbian shore,” where the inhabitants buried his head and a shrine was built in his honour near Antissa.
The lyre was carried to heaven by the Muses, and was placed amongst the stars.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Orpheus   (1199 words)

 Mars Astrobiology Magazine
Today's images from Mars include: Layers and Streaks and Hebrus Vallis (Released 3 December 2004), from the Mars Global Surveyor and 2001 Mars Odyssey spacecrafts.
The criss-crossing of channels seen in the image is not typical for fluvial systems, indicating that this channel system was likely formed by volcanic activity.
The name "2001 Mars Odyssey" was selected as a tribute to the vision and spirit of space exploration as embodied in the works of renowned science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke.
mars.astrobio.net /news/print.php?sid=620   (419 words)

 Catalog Page for PIA03820
Click on the image to download a moderately sized image in JPEG format (possibly reduced in size from original).
Hebrus Valles is located in the Elysium Planitia region of the northern lowlands of the planet.
This image shows three sinuous tributaries of the channel system which carved up the surrounding plains.
photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov /catalog/PIA03820   (573 words)

 Reed Magazine: May 1998 > Who's afraid of Jacob Juntunen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In 1996, Juntunen's first semester at Reed, he submitted a play to Albee, who is considered the major American exponent of the theatre of the absurd and who teaches three classes each spring at the University of Houston.
Where Hebrus Wanders, Juntunen's first play, was one of the 10.
So, after one semester at Reed, he applied for a leave of absence, drove to Houston, and spent the spring studying under Albee.
web.reed.edu /reed_magazine/may1998/afraid/index.html   (370 words)

 Gordon's Water Striders and Pond Skaters Page
They live in a number of different habitats in the tropics but always tend to be associated with the water's edge, though some live in quiet pools others live in the splash zone of water falls and on rocks in the middle of fast flowing streams and rivers.
Little is known about them as they tend to live secretive lives, but we do know that they lay their eggs in a gelatinous mass at the water's edge and that Hebrus ruficeps can survive winter frozen in the ice at the water suface.
Water Measurers or Marsh Treaders are much more common than the two groups I have just mentioned they range from 2.7 to 22 mm long and there are 112 species known in the world, of which two occur in the UK.
www.earthlife.net /insects/gerromorpha.html   (2477 words)

 The Age of Fable eBook
But the women raised a scream and drowned the voice of the music, and then the missiles reached him and soon were stained with his blood.
The maniacs tore him limb from limb, and threw his head and his lyre into the river Hebrus, down which they floated, murmuring sad music, to which the shores responded a plaintive symphony.
The Muses gathered up the fragments of his body and buried them at Libethra, where the nightingale is said to sing over his grave more sweetly than in any other part of Greece.
www.bookrags.com /ebooks/4928/129.html   (415 words)

 Hebrus - 2 (три года спустя)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Три года назад я разместил в Сети сайт под названием Hebrus.
Та, которую я применял в курсе Hebrus, продемонстрировала немало недостатков.
Все это диктует, что новый Hebrus будет очень сильно отличаться от старого, ну а в лучшую сторону или наоборот
hebrus.lugovsa.net /hebrus2/index.htm   (157 words)

 Week 10: Syllabus and Study Guide for LAT226: Latin Lyric
C) Given what we know of Neoboule from Archilochus (revisit Archilochus 196a if necessary), what is the significance of her presence as narrator/narratee?
D) Compare Neoboule, Hebrus, and Sybaris (Odes 1.8); Note their respective activities or lack thereof.
E) Consider the scene of Hebrus bathing idyllically in the Tiber.
homepage.mac.com /bmulligan/classics/latinlyric2003/syllabus10.htm   (627 words)

 Hebrus, Turkey - Location on world map, coordinates and short facts
Hebrus, Turkey - Location on world map, coordinates and short facts
/ Explore / Turkey / Locations / Hebrus
Maps and coordinates for Hebrus, Turkey are approximative and not valid for navigation.
www.traveljournals.net /explore/turkey/map/m1235903/hebrus.html   (67 words)

 Temple of Orpheus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Finally a fierce band of Thracian women, who were followers of the god Dionysus, came upon the gentle musician and killed him.
When they threw his severed head in the river Hebrus, it continued to call for Eurydice, and was finally carried to the shore of Lesbos, where the Muses buried it.
After Orpheus's death his lyre became the constellation Lyra.
www.sangha.net /messengers/Orpheus.htm   (534 words)

 Rivers and sacrifice
Where would literature be if the remorseless deep had not closed over the head of Lycidas?
or if Orpheus had not floated down the swift Hebrus, dismembered by the rout that made the hideous roar, but singing still.
Orpheus, admittedly, was both a myth and a foreigner, but we have no shortage of real victims dismembered by the rout and laid in our native waters.
www.whitedragon.org.uk /articles/rivers.htm   (3382 words)

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