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Typhon is the offspring of Gaia and Tartarus.
Typhon's hundred, horrible heads touched the stars, venom dripped from his evil eyes, and lava and red-hot stones poured from his gaping mouths.
Echidna and Typhon's children are the Nemean Lion, Cerberus, Ladon, the Chimera, the Sphinx, and the Hydra.
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  Mythical Creatures and Monsters
Crommyonian Sow was the offspring of Typhon and Echidna.
The Nemean Lion was an offspring of Typhon and Echidna.
Ladon was an offspring of Typhon and Echidna, or of Phorcys and Ceto.
www.timelessmyths.com /classical/beasts.html   (6982 words)

 Typhon Group: Healthcare Solutions
But Typhon twined about him and gripped him in his coils, and wresting the sickle from him severed the sinews of his hands and feet, and lifting him on his shoulders carried him through the sea to Cilicia and deposited him on arrival in the Corycian cave.
And having recovered his strength Zeus suddenly from heaven, riding in a chariot of winged horses, pelted Typhon with thunderbolts and pursued him to the mountain called Nysa, where the Fates beguiled the fugitive; for he tasted of the ephemeral fruits in the persuasion that he would be strengthened thereby.
Typhon is represented as a son of Typhoeus, and a fearful hurricane, and as having become by Echidna the father of the dog Orthus, Cerberus, the Lernaean hydra, Chimaera, and the Sphinx.
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 Typhon - LoveToKnow 1911
He is described as a grisly monster with a hundred dragons' heads, who was conquered and cast into Tartarus by Zeus.
Typhon is thus the personification of volcanic forces.
(1889), where he endeavours to prove the identity of Typhon with the Phoenician Zephon (BaalZephon, translated in Gesenius's Thesaurus by "locus Typhonis" or "Typhoni saar"), signifying "darkness," "the north wind," and perhaps "snake"; A. von Mess, "Der Typhonmythus bei Pindar and Aeschylus," in Rhein.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Typhon   (178 words)

 Typhon Group: Healthcare Solutions
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 Latin 1 - Mythology - Creatures and Monsters - Typhon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Typhon had his sister, Delphyne, guard the muscles in a cave, but Hermes tricked her and the muscles were returned to Zeus.
Typhon was the fiery son of Gaea, a monster with a hundred heads.
Typhon fathered a foul brood of other monsters on Echida from piecies of his body torn by Zeus' stricking thunderbolts: the Chimaera, the Nemean Lion, Orthus (two-headed dog), Ladon (sleepless dragon), the Sphinx, Prometheus' eagle, and Phaea, the Crommyonian sow.
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 The Return of Typhon Set: The Tales of Capricorn and Pisces. Chapter 1: The Gods of Egypt
The third son, Typhon Set, was unhappy being the middle child and the youngest son and he told his mother of his unhappiness.
During Typhon Set's reign the land of Egypt had become parched and infertile for the tyrant displeased his father, Geb, and his mother, Nut, and the land suffered under his cruelty.
Typhon Set and Horus strapped on their battle gear and made promises to their ancestors in exchange for victory.
www.business-esolutions.com /starmyths/myths/typhonset1.htm   (2171 words)

 Typhon - The Storm God
Typhon and Poseidon signed a truce and each gave part of their substance to each other and then turned on their brother with all the ferocity of their primal element.
Typhon is popular in Earth dominated areas but friction always occurs with water and moon and frequently with the Sun-Fire pantheon as the clouds attempt to cover the Sun.
This skill is an arcane gift from Typhon to all his initiates that allows them to detect the taint of chaos, be it the presence of chaos-features in a specific individual, a general presence on a wide scale in an area or the proximity of raw-slime.
www.obsidiancity.org.uk /cults/typhon.html   (4666 words)

 Crocodile Games - Typhon - Children of Set   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Typhon are a cunning and predatory race, who are masters of the red deserts of Ægyptus.
Only the Typhon can withstand the rigors of the desert, and all others - dwelling close to the Nile or at oases, eating grains only fit for fattened cattle - are disgustingly soft and worthy of their contempt.
Before a battle, a favourite tactic of the Typhon is for a small group of warriors to taunt their enemies, rattling their swords against their shields and shouting jeers across the battlefield.
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 Typhon (Olympian titan/god)
Typhon then attacked Hercules, aided by Cylla, but his hatred of Hercules would not allow her to finish him off.
Typhon has two descriptions in Greek Myth: Hesiod described him as a dragon with a hundred heads, each one had the voice of a man or animal.
Typhon's sister, Delphyne, was the dragon which attacked Andromeda and later killed by Perseus with the head of Medusa.
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Typhon is a huge monster, the largest Gaea, or for anyone has ever given birth to.
Zeus hits Typhon with a bolt of lightning and just as soon as Zeus comes down from Olympus on Mt. Olympia to finish off Typhon, whom he thinks is defeated, Typhon bites off Zeus' knee caps and hides them.
Typhon eats the herbs little knowing how poisonous they are,(he is after all only a baby and therefore very naive), and his fate is sealed.
library.thinkquest.org /26264/inhabitants/gods/gaeas/site001.htm   (238 words)

 Typhon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Typhon is also the father of hot dangerous storm winds which issue forth from the stormy pit of Tartarus, according to Hesiod.
In the Orphic tradition, Typhon leads the Titans when they attack and kill Dionysus, just as Set is responsible for the murder of Osiris.
Furthermore, the slaying of Typhon by Zeus is analogous to the killing of Vritra by Indra (also a lightning deity), and two stories likely are ultimately derived from a common Indo-European myth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Typhon   (486 words)

 The Return of Typhon Set: The Tales of Capricorn and Pisces. Chapter 2: The Monster Returns
Zeus followed Typhon on his retreat, brandishing his sickle with one hand and hurling lightning bolts with the other, and the more Typhon howled in agony, the bolder Zeus became.
Typhon threw Zeus across his shoulders like a hunter with his daily kill and he waded across the sea, placing his limp body in the Corycian cave on the island of Cilicia.
Typhon still held Zeus' severed tendons and, looking for a place to hide them, he spied a bear and tore the animal apart, wrapping the tendons inside its skin.
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 typhon (SPOILER) - Page 3 - GameBanshee Forums
If Typhon is supposed to be such a hard to kill character for melee, I guess they forgot to include warfare/defense combo in that list.
When I got to Typhon on normal, I was I think lvl 30 or something, not sure, maybe even 28 or 29, but that don't matter.
Typhon is a cakewalk, he always has from v1.01 to v1.20.
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 The Hindu : Young World : Typhon, the terrible
When Typhon headed for Olympus wanting to destroy all the immortals, Zeus knew it was time to intervene.
Typhon was the youngest and the strongest child of Gaia (the world) and Tartaros (the Pit).
It is belived that Typhon lies buried under the island.
www.hindu.com /yw/2006/08/04/stories/2006080400760800.htm   (593 words)

 TYPHON : Storm giant ; Greek mythology ; pictures : TYPHOEUS
TYPHOEUS (or Typhon) was a monstrous immortal storm-giant who was defeated and imprisoned by Zeus in the pit of Tartaros.
TYPHON or TYPHOEUS (Tuphaôn, Tuphôeus, Tuphôs), a monster of the primitive world, is described sometimes as a destructive hurricane, and sometimes as a fire-breathing giant.
Such were the appearance and the size of Typhon as he hurled red-hot rocks at the sky itself, and set out for it with mixed hisses and shouts, as a great storm of fire boiled forth from his mouth.
www.theoi.com /Gigante/Typhoeus.html   (6736 words)

 'Typhon's Children' an Exciting First Effort
Toni Anzetti almost bites off more than she can chew with Typhon's Children, which is full of classic SF themes like lost colonies, alien consciousness, and the changing nature of humanity.
Typhon is a water world, a warm ocean with scattered volcanic islands.
Anzetti has given a lot of thought to the ecology of Typhon and the society of its colonists, including the history of humanity since space travel began and the nature of the colonists' homeworld.
www.space.com /spaceimagined/typhons_children_991005.html   (700 words)

 TYPHON : The demon from Greek Mythology
TYPHON: The son of Earth Mother GAIA and TARTARUS the Fathomless Gulf, TYPHON is one baaaad baddy.
TYPHON then took the badly battered God off to his cave to tear him to bits at leisure.
TYPHON then took a few days off to go clubbing and left a monsteress called DELPHYNE to keep an eye on his prisoner.
www.godchecker.com /pantheon/greek-mythology.php?deity=TYPHON   (424 words)

 Vale of Wizards: Typhon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
However, more conventional worship of Typhon can be found amongst the elves of the Isle of Winds, the humans who live along the coast of the sea of Ashes and in the Sea Fiefs.
Major festivals of Typhon are held at the greatest tides of the year or, for he few inland worshippers, at times of flood.
Dolphins are Typhon's favoured children, and it goes without saying that a priest of Typhon may never harm a dolphin, or allow others to do so.
www.moglit.demon.co.uk /rpg/world/typhon.htm   (1494 words)

 Download Typhon
Typhon is distributed under the GNU public license.
To build Typhon, first check the file System.h to ensure that the options listed therein are correct for your system.
While we have tested Typhon and have fixed every seg fault we have ever encountered, undoubtably there exist bugs of which we are unaware.
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 Typhon's Children   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Per, a scientist studying the ocean life, is convinced the answer to these mutations lies somewhere in Typhon's vast seas, but no one believes him except a teenage girl named Dilani, a rebellious deaf mute.
A monster storm forces them out to sea in a lifeskip (an enclosed boat) along with another deformed teenager, and the three of them are thrust into a dangerous journey to resolve humanity's crisis.
Along the way, they are aided and befriended by a twelve-limbed octopus and shark-like creatures called ketos, and even meet the god of Typhon.
www.ericchrist.com /book_reviews/typhon.htm   (237 words)

 GWNL - All About Typhon Flame
Bio: Typhon Flame originally wanted to be a soldier, but when he joined up they told him that he was too small for the regiment he wanted to get in.
However, Warlord, who Typhon respected greatly, has torn Typhon's plans up time and time again, leading to their friendship shattering and a fierce fight resuming between Typhon and Nick Rage (Warlord's tag team partner) for the heart of Kiley.
Typhon said that he would think about it, but his mind was already set.
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 Typhon, Last Of The Titans
Typhon was born in Asia Minor, far away from the sight of Zeus.
Typhon, still bleeding from the earlier encounter, tried to flee, but was struck down by the thunderbolts.
After Typhon's fall, Cadmus underwent many quests, and in the end was wedded to Harmonia, daughter of Ares and Aphrodite.
www.fortunecity.com /victorian/lion/460/Tale05.htm   (579 words)

 Typhon LR
Two missiles were to be developed: The long-range SAM-N-8 Typhon LR was to replace Talos, but the missile was planned to be of Terrier size.
The medium-range SAM-N-9 Typhon MR was to replace both Terrier and Tartar with a Tartar-sized missile.
The Typhon LR was actually the second vehicle to carry the SAM-N-8 designation, this having been used earlier very briefly for the Zeus gun-launched guided anti-aircraft projectile.
www.astronautix.com /lvs/typhonlr.htm   (498 words)

 Typhon sur Nagasaki (1957)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Typhon Sur Nagasaki is one of the most surprising masterpieces of the '50s.I wasn't expecting something so good,and so tasty.This is the actor that was Marais!This is the actress that Mrs.
The way Typhon Sur Nagasaki uses the spectacular (the typhoon) is intelligent,far-reaching and fascinating.The movie also makes some use of embellishments:cheap tricks of touristic advertising,ready-made "exoticism",facile lures (a Japanese dinner,ceremonies at a temple,a Golliwog show,etc.,everything that pleases the ordinary tourist).It is stupefying the very intelligent and creative way all these are used.
It is unfair that the man who did Typhon Sur Nagasaki came to be known for...Fantomas and...Le Bossu.
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 Typhon MR
The SAM-N-9 Typhon MR was the medium-range missile component of the Typhon system.
Typhon MR didn't progress beyond the design stage.
The whole Typhon program was cancelled in December 1963, shortly after the new designation RIM-55A had been assigned to Typhon MR.
www.astronautix.com /lvs/typhonmr.htm   (210 words)

Typhon, an updated version of Cerberus Internet Scanner, is a vulnerability assessment tool.
For example, Typhon will check for over 180 known vulnerabilities in the web service or daemon offered by a server.
As new vulnerabilities are discovered almost on a daily basis it is necessary to ensure that the Typhon is kept upto date and hosts are scanned on a regular basis.
www.securityfocus.com /tools/2195   (146 words)

Typhon (Typhaon, Typhoeus, Typhus), in Greek mythology, was the final son of Gaia, this time with Tartarus, the offspring of the Earth and the cavernous void beneath:
Furthermore, there is a resemblance in pronunciations between the word Typhon and the Chinese phrase "tái fēng" (颱風, "typhoon"), which probably originated from the phrase "fēng shāi" (風篩, "sieve-like wind") in the Chinese dialect of Min.
The monster Typhon, Laconian cylix, 560 - 555 BC.
www.mlahanas.de /Greeks/Mythology/Typhon.html   (438 words)

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