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  Thyrsus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, a thyrsus (thyrsos) was a giant fennel staff covered with ivy vines and leaves and topped with a pine cone.
The thyrsus is a composite symbol of the forest (pine cone) and the farm (fennel).
Sometimes the thyrsus was displayed in conjunction with a wine cup, forming a male-and-female combination like that of the royal scepter and orb.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Thyrsus   (110 words)

 The Holy Martyrs Thyrsus, Leucius and Callinicus. - December 14   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Saints Thyrsus and Leucius were eminent citizens of Bithynian Caesarea; the latter being baptised and the former still a catechumen.
When he beheld Leucius's courageous death, blessed Thyrsus was inflamed with divine zeal and, like Leucius, went before the judge and rebuked him for his crimes and his lack of belief in the one, true God.
Callinicus was beheaded with the sword, and Thyrsus was placed in a wooden coffin to be sawn asunder, but God's power prevented this and the saw could not penetrate the wood.
www.orthodox.net /menaion-december/14-holy-martyrs-thyrsus-leucius-and-callinicus.html   (350 words)

 Bits and Pixels -- Computer Friends   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Thyrsus, a Greek shepherd caught in the downsizing of the agro-business by the Olympian Gods, is thinking about another activity
Thyrsus, I know the problem and I am here to help you.
We will try to compare, as much as possible, the alchemy of printing to a process we are all familiar with, for example the creation of a mosaic.
www.cfriends.com /htransfer/bitspix.html   (3334 words)

 The Internet Classics Archive | The Bacchantes by Euripides
For though the ironshod dart would draw no blood from them, they with the thyrsus, which they hurled, caused many a wound and put their foes to utter rout, women chasing men, by some god's intervention.
Then they returned to the place whence they had started, even to the springs the god had made to spout for them; and there washed off the blood, while serpents with their tongues were licking clean each gout from their cheeks.
Some were wreathing afresh the drooping thyrsus with curling ivy-sprays; others, like colts let loose from the carved chariot-yoke, were answering each other in hymns of Bacchic rapture.
classics.mit.edu /Euripides/bacchan.html   (7898 words)

 Does Thrysus Games (Fulminata) still exist? - RPGnet Forums
Thyrsus was pretty much torpedoed by the collapse of Wizard's Attic, whom they were using for fulfillment.
Thyrsus sold almost the entire run of FVLMINATA, but didn't see a penny of it.
My company (Adamant Entertainment) is doing a D20 adaptation of FVLMINATA, which will be released as a PDF soon (It was delayed because I wanted to update it to 3.5)--I'm hoping for early next month.
forum.rpg.net /showthread.php?s=&threadid=94751&perpage=10&pagenumber=1   (710 words)

 Prolog: December 14   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Saints Thyrsus and Leucius were honorable citizens of Caesarea of Bithynia, the former being baptized and the latter being a Christian catechumen.
Witnessing the death of the courageous Leucius, blessed Thyrsus, inflamed with divine zeal like that of Leucius, also appeared before the judge and reproached him for his evil crimes and for his unbelief in the One True God.
Thyrsus immediately went to Phileas, the Bishop of Caesarea, to be baptized by him.
www.westsrbdio.org /prolog/my.html?day=14&month=December   (1236 words)

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - thyrsus
Thyrsus, in Greek mythology, a staff carried by worshipers of Dionysus, the god of wine and vegetation.
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 Das Drachen-Bestiarium - Haymo
Another giant, Thyrsus, inhabited the surroundings of Seefeld, then a small village some kilometers northwest of Innsbruck (today Seefeld is well renowned as a winter sports resort).
During their struggle Haymo happened to wound Thyrsus who fled back to his home where at last he was slain.
Although he mentioned the old names Thürsenbuet (= Thyrsus´ blood) and Thürschenöl (= Thyrsus´ oil), he neglected the legend of the fight between the two heroes, interpreted Thyrsus as a general name of giants and equated Thyrsus and Haymo.
bestiarium.net /haymo.html   (678 words)

 THE PNEUMATICS OF HERO OF ALEXANDRIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A Thyrsus made to whistle by being submerged in Water.
BY immersing a thyrsus in water to produce the sound either of a pipe or of any bird.
If we insert the thyrsus in water and force it downwards, the air contained in it being driven out by the water will produce a sound.
www.history.rochester.edu /steam/hero/section48.html   (84 words)

 thyrsus --  Encyclopædia Britannica
In early Greek art the Bacchae were usually depicted as holding branches of vine or ivy, but after 530
the staff to which the name thyrsus properly applied began to be shown as a stalk of giant fennel (narthex) segmented like bamboo, sometimes with ivy leaves inserted in the hollow…
In early Greek art the Bacchae were usually depicted as holding branches of vine or ivy, but after 530 BC the staff to which the name thyrsus properly applied began to be shown as a stalk of giant fennel (narthe) segmented like bamboo, sometimes with ivy leaves inserted in...
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9072368?tocId=9072368   (345 words)

 White Wolf Forums :: View topic - Mage Quiz #2: Personality over Action.
Thyrsus shamans celebrate the moment and the sheer thrill of existence.
While some of them are looked upon by other mages as uncivilized louts, they are no hippies—the Path of Ecstasy is also about pain, for life is there, too; only the dead feel no pain.
Nonetheless, Thyrsus are often the first mages sought when the Realms Invisible intrude.
forums.white-wolf.com /viewtopic.php?t=24508   (1418 words)

 THYRSUS - LoveToKnow Article on THYRSUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Another form terminated in a bunch of grapes and vine leaves, or ivy-berries and leaves.
The pinecone or bunch of leaves was sometimes supposed to cover the head of a spear, and the thyrsus was termed OvpoXoy~os (see DIoNYsus and MYSTERY).
To properly cite this THYRSUS article in your work, copy the complete reference below:
www.1911encyclopedia.org /T/TH/THYRSUS.htm   (107 words)

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DIONYSUS Ye will all be put to flight-a shameful thing that they with the Bacchic thyrsus should rout your mail-clad warriors.
DIONYSUS A thyrsus in thy hand, and a dappled fawnskin.
CHORUS Many are the forms the heavenly will assumes, and many a thing the gods fulfil contrary to all hope; that which was expected is not brought to pass, while for the unlooked-for Heaven finds out a way.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/euripides-bacchant.txt   (8847 words)

 Curtain Time: Act 2, 1920-1940
Mary Wickenhauser (later known as Mary Wickes) makes her Thyrsus debut as Alty, an old Tennessee mountain woman, in an English 16 play titled On Jordan's Bank.
She was soon one of the most valuable members Thyrsus ever had, not only as a regular, but also as a faithful stand-by ready to pinch-hit when the ever-threatening appendicitis struck.
Thyrsus moves into the Brown Hall auditorium (now Brown 100), a space designed specifically for Thyrsus productions.
library.wustl.edu /units/spec/exhibits/perform/1920-1940.html   (1121 words)

 Curtain Time: Featured Players   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Program for Thyrsus production given at the Odeon Theater, St. Louis, March 27, 1908.
Program for Thyrsus event held in the Main Quadrangle, W.U., June 11, 1933.
Programs for Thyrsus productions of plays written by English 16 students: January 8 and 9, 1937; November 12-13, 1937; November 15-16, 1940.
library.wustl.edu:800 /units/spec/exhibits/perform/featured.html   (1016 words)

 Eric S. Raymond's Home Page
You can read all about my projects, past present and future, including the software and FAQs and Web resources I maintain.
I do consulting under the Thyrsus Enterprises service mark.
You can surf to my resume from here, if you're interested in my career or qualifications.
www.catb.org /~esr   (303 words)

 Euripides The Bacchae (e-text)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A thyrsus (pl. thyrsoi) is a hollow plant stalk, usually decorated with ivy, and carried as a symbol of Dionysus in the dancing celebrations (where it can acquire magical powers).
this ivy spear, a thyrsus, in my hand.
DIONYSUS: This wand I carry is the god's, not mine.
www.mala.bc.ca /~johnstoi/euripides/euripides.htm   (3186 words)

 Amazon.com:thyrsus zShop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
We encourage you to check back at a later time.
Welcome to the wild and crazy world of thyrsus zshops where YOU can buy the detritus of MY misspent life!
Recent feedback can now be seen on the Seller Profile page
s1.amazon.com /exec/varzea/ts/my-zshop/S3PPNC69L8U820   (59 words)

 Le Valet d'Coeur Online - Description Page of FVLMINATA, a Role Playing Game by Thyrsus Games   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Le Valet d'Coeur Online - Description Page of FVLMINATA, a Role Playing Game by Thyrsus Games
Within these frontiers, its citizens enjoy unprecedented economic prosperity and security without the threat of war or pirates.
New Arrivals - Our Thyrsus Games page - Thyrsus Website
www.levalet.com /ENGCAT/DESC/THR1001.HTM   (414 words)

 Catholic Online - Saints & Angels - St. Thyrsus, Leucius, & Callinicus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Catholic Online - Saints & Angels - St. Thyrsus, Leucius, and Callinicus
Their relics were believed to have been taken to Constantinople and then to Spain, for which reason Thyrsus was given a full office in the Mozarabic liturgy.
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sbastore.horizon3group.com /saints/saint.php?saint_id=2333   (82 words)

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