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  Ischys -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In (The mythology of the ancient Greeks) Greek mythology, Ischys was the son of (Click link for more info and facts about Elatus) Elatus and Hippea and the lover of (Click link for more info and facts about Coronis) Coronis.
Apollo was so angry that he first turned the crow's feathers fl and then killed Ischys.
ISCHYS is also the name of the global-coverage Cyprus Youth and Students NGO (.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/i/is/ischys.htm   (70 words)

  
 Astronomy, Ophiuchus The Serpent Holder
His mother Coronis was wooed by the god Apollo, who left a white crow to keep an eye on her.
However, Coronis desired a man called Ischys, and although she was already pregnant by Apollo, she lay with her mortal lover.
The crow set out with its report, but Apollo had already divined the act and was furious that the crow had not pecked out Ischys' eyes.
www.harvestfields.netfirms.com /astrology-zodiac/astronomy/ophiuchus.htm   (384 words)

  
 Tyler Morning Telegraph - NEWS - 05/31/2004 - GOING ON SAFARI RIGHT HERE IN EAST TEXAS
The Ischys opened the safari in April, on County Road 4405 in Cherokee County, and say the reason was to share the beauty of the animals in a natural setting with others.
Both Ischys are in the gas- and oil-production business and were not familiar with running a wildlife park, so when an acquaintance asked if they would be interested in buying the park, their first response was no.
But the elder Ischy's wife, Vicki Fox, said when Kyle and his father visited, at the begging of the acquaintance, their son fell in love with the place.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?BRD=1994&dept_id=341384&newsid=11830261&PAG=461&rfi=9   (849 words)

  
 Asclepius, Greek Mythology Link.
When Asclepius was still in the womb, Apollo killed his mother Coronis 2 for having wedded Ischys; and as for the crow who told the god about the wedding, Apollo cursed it and, changing its color from white into fl.
As Coronis 2 was burning in the funeral pyre, Apollo snatched Asclepius from it and brought him to the wise Centaur Chiron, who brought him up, teaching him the arts of healing and hunting.
She was in love with Ischys, who was killed by the thunderbolt of Zeus because he lay with Coronis 2.
homepage.mac.com /cparada/GML/Asclepius.html   (615 words)

  
 In Greek mythology Greek mythology Ischys was the son of Elatus...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In Greek mythology Greek mythology Ischys was the son of Elatus...
In Greek mythology Greek mythology, Ischys was the son of Elatus Elatus and Hippea Hippea.
He was the lover of Coronis Coronis, who died for love of him when a crow told Apollo Apollo or possibly Artemis Artemis about their affair.
www.biodatabase.de /Ischys   (104 words)

  
 Ischys Sources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Ischys, son of Elatus, had wedded Coronis, daughter of Phlegyas;
Coronis, while pregnant with Asclepius, had sexual relations with Ischys, son of Elatus;
Aepytus, Pereus, Cyllen, Ischys and Stymphalus, five sons of Elatus;
www.csulb.edu /~dbouvier/SourceFiles/i279Sources.htm   (48 words)

  
 Asclepius, the Healer: The Tale of Ophiuchus, Serpens, Corvus, Crater and Hydra
He had been in love with her since they were children and he spent time trying to win her favor.
He was gentle and loving and, in turn, her love had grown to equal his.
Ischys died too, for Zeus killed him with a lightning bolt.
www.business-esolutions.com /starmyths/myths/asclepius.htm   (2650 words)

  
 GREEK MYTHOLOGY: ASCLEPIUS (TEXT)
Apollo was passionately in love with Coronis, but while she was carrying his child, she fell in love with a young man called Ischys.
When Coronis married Ischys, Apollo killed both her and her husband.
While her body was lying on the funeral pyre, Apollo tore the child who was still alive, from her womb.
www.milica.com.au /greek_myths/others/ascl_t.htm   (548 words)

  
 Dictionary: Ischepolis to Leucopeus, Greek Mythology Link.
Ischys is the man whom Coronis 2 preferred before Apollo; and for having lain with her Zeus killed Ischys with a thunderbolt [Apd.3.9.1, 3.10.3; Hes.CWE.89; Hyg.Fab.14, 202; Pau.2.26.6; Pin.Pyth.3.31].
Egyptian goddess, who was once rescued by a Fish that she, in remembrance, put among the CONSTELLATIONS.
Laodice 1 married Elatus 2 (son of Arcas 1, son of Zeus and Callisto) and had children by him: Stymphalus 1, Pereus, Ischys, Cyllen, and Aepytus 3 [Apd.3.9.1, 3.14.3; Pau.2.26.6, 8.4.4].
www.forumancientcoins.com /cparada/GML/001ShortEntries/SEIschepolis.html   (6633 words)

  
 Barton & Russell
Another version has that the Crow espied Coronis, who was the mother of Apollo's son Asclepius, being bedded by Ischys and told Apollo.
Who, infuriated at being cuckolded, slew Ischys with his arrows, and changed the crow's colour from white to fl.
In the city of Eleusa, (which was somewhere near Troy so, good luck finding it) during the reign of King Demiphon, an unexpected and brutal plague befell the city.
www.btinternet.com /~mr.sprout/issue36/bart36.htm   (953 words)

  
 Greek Mythology and Legend Hades
Apollo fell in love with Koronis, daughter of Phlegyas who was the son of Ares and ruled in Lakereia in Thessaly.
When he lay with her she had already arranged her marrige to Ischys, son of the king of Arkadia.
As she was pregnant, he took the baby from her, just before she died and placed it in the care of the Centaur Cheiron on Pelion.
www.rentcyprus.co.uk /cyprus_hades.htm   (253 words)

  
 April 1999 Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Very shortly after Apollo had left, Coronis ran to the arms of her lover Ischys.
When the bird arrived in Delphi, Apollo already knew what had happened and he cursed the bird for not keeping Coronis away from Ischys.
As in the tale above the curse turned the crow fl, and was used to explain why crows and ravens are fl.
astro.sci.uop.edu /~sas/Newsletter/CON_Corvus.html   (1131 words)

  
 Serpent Holder Mythos - Greco Roman
The common story relates that Aesculapius was a son of Apollo and Coronis, and that when Coronis was with child by Apollo she became enamored of Ischys, an Arcadian.
Apollo, informed of this by a raven, killed Coronis and Ischys.
When the body of Coronis was to be burnt, the child Aesculapius was saved from the flames, and was brought up by the centaur Chiron, who instructed him in the art of healing and in hunting.
www.startistics.com /ophiuchus/worldmythos1.htm   (5244 words)

  
 V32 - White Ground Plate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Apollo was in love with Princess Coronida and they were due to marry.
The Princess wed instead the mortal Ischys, even though she was pregnant with Apollo’s child.
A crow came to inform Apollo of the bad news, and Apollo, in his grief and anger cursed the messenger of the bad tidings.
www.artfromgreece.com /stories/v32.html   (223 words)

  
 APOLLO (Death, I)
APOLLO was in love with CORONIS (`crow'), the daughter of King Phlegyas of the Lapiths (a son of Zeus, brother of Ixion, temple burner)Coronis was unfaithful to Apollo with ISCHYS the Arcadian (!) while she was pregnant with Apollo's child.
A white bird, set by Apollo to keep watch over Coronis, informed the god about the infidelity, and (in anger) Apollo complained to Artemis his sister, who used her bow and arrows on the unlucky girl.
Apollo shot down Ischys, and turned the white bird to coal fl (it became a crow or raven: etymological explanation) because it had not kept Ischys away from Coronis.
www.csun.edu /~hcfll004/death_i.html   (773 words)

  
 serpentholder3
In addition, Ischys ("strength"), the lover of Coronis, may be a word closely associated with 'ixias,' which means 'mistletoe,' another link to the sacrificed oak God.
In fact, Graves maintains that Ischys and Asklepios are actually the same mythic character.
Finally, Graves believes Coronis to be none other than Athena in her crow aspect; thus, Asklepios/Ischys is the "strong and unceasingly gentle" son-lover of the Goddess herself, here the lover and son both cut down so that the human race might be healed.
langlab.uta.edu /german/lana.rings/skygoddess/serpentholder3.htm   (1217 words)

  
 Ophiuchus or Serpentarius
Ophiuchus is always associated with Aesculapius in Greek mythology, the son of the god Apollo and a mortal woman called Coronis, daughter of Phlegyas, King of the Lapiths in Thessaly.
When Coronis was about to give birth to her son, (fathered by Apollo), she lay with an Arcadian, called Ischys.
The crow (Corvus) which Apollo had put as guard over Coronis flew hurriedly to Apollo and told him of the indiscretion.
www.winshop.com.au /annew/Ophiuchus.html   (6519 words)

  
 ISXYS: Impact Alliance (3.1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Impact Homepage > People > C > Cypriot Students and Young Scientists Organisation ISCHYS [Organizational Topic] > ISXYS
Cypriot Students and Young Scientists Organisation ISCHYS [Organizational Topic]
To promote the interests of Cypriot youth, to promote the European ideals to the European youth community, to help reach a just and viable solution to the Cyprus problem.
www.impactalliance.org /ev_en.php?ID=10007_201&ID2=DO_TOPIC   (82 words)

  
 Study Guide : Euripides' Alcestis
How is the theme of music used in the play?
While Coronis was pregnant with Asclepius, Apollo killed her because of an affair she had with Ischys.
As in the case of Dionysus' mother Semele, the unborn child was saved, however, and raised by the centaur Cheiron, who taught Asclepius the art of healing.
www3.baylor.edu /~John_Thorburn/alcestis.html   (1410 words)

  
 ANALYSIS AND QUESTIONS RAISED BY THE ANNAN PLAN
ANALYSIS AND QUESTIONS RAISED BY THE ANNAN PLAN
C.S.M. ‘ISCHYS’ and Lobby for Cyprus invite you to attend the conference: ‘ANALYSIS AND QUESTIONS RAISED BY THE ANNAN PLAN’.
Questions can be raised on the Annan Plan and the situation in Cyprus.
www.allconferences.com /conferences/20040313172426   (57 words)

  
 Free Online Library - Search Results - Classic books by famous authors online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Free Online Library - Search Results - Classic books by famous authors online
Shall I sing of you as wooer and in the fields of love, how you went wooing the daughter of Azan along with god-like Ischys the son of well-horsed Elatius, or with Phorbas sprung from Triops, or with Ereutheus, or with Leucippus and the wife of Leucippus.
Go to page Collection Of Hesiod, Homer and Homerica by Homer
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