Athena, also spelled Athene, in Greek religion, the city protectress, goddess of war, handicraft, and practical reason, identified by the Romans with Minerva.She was essentially urban and civilized, the antithesis in many respects of Artemis, goddess of the outdoors.Athena was probably a pre-Hellenic goddess and was later taken over by the Greeks. http://messagenetcommresearch.com/myths/ppt/Ianthe_1.html, Stewart, Michael. Note this entire site has moved to http://messagenetcommresearch.com. Please update your links to us to use this new web address. This format will link back to this page, which may be useful but may not be required.

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"People, Places & Things: Ianthe", Stewart, Michael. Stewart, Michael. Xanthe (Ancient Greek: Ὠκεανίδες) was an Okeanis whose name means "yellow" or "yellow-brown."

Ianthe is mentioned by the Roman poet Hyginus when he writes (in Fabulae) "From Oceanus and Tethys [were born] the Oceanides--namely yaea, Melite, Ianthe, Admete, Stilbo, Pasiphae, Polyxo, Eurynome, Euagoreis, Rhodope, lyris, Clytia, Teschinoeno, Clitenneste, Metis, Menippe, Argia. "People, Places & Things: Ianthe", Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant. http://messagenetcommresearch.com/myths/ppt/Ianthe_1.html.

[1.1] PEITHO, ADMETE, IANTHE, ELEKTRA, DORIS, PRYMNO, OURANIA, HIPPO, KLYMENE, RHODEIA, KALLIRHOE, ZEUXO, KLYTIA, EIDYIA, PASITHOE, PLEXAURE, GALAXAURA, DIONE, MELOBOSIS, THOE, POLYDORA, KERKEIS, PLOUTO, XANTHE, AKASTE, PERSEIS, IANEIRA, PETRIAE, EUROPA, METIS, EURY… Xanthe was probably either a Naiad of a muddy flowing stream, or the Nephele of the yellowed clouds of dawn and dusk. She may have been a Nephelai of the violet tinged clouds of dawn, or more likely an Anthousa (flower-nymph) of violets.

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This page was last edited on 20 August 2020, at 11:21. The Okeanid of "violet flowers" or the colour "violet". Ianthe, fabric and leatherwork pattern owned by Liberty of London Co. Thank you!Greek Mythology > People, Places, & Things > Ianthe. • Ianthe, Cretan girl who married Iphis after Isis turned Iphis from a woman into a man one of the three thousand daughters of Okeanos (Ocean) and Tethys.

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In Greek mythology, Iphis or Iphys was a daughter of Telethusa and Ligdus in Crete, who was later transformed, by the goddess Isis, into a man because he asked her to. Ianthe An Okeanid , i.e. Zeus gave the Okeanids, Apollon and the Rivers the special obligation of having the young in their keeping. Zeus gave the Okeanids, Apollon and the Rivers the special obligation of having the young in their keeping. The Okeanid of "violet flowers" or the colour "violet".

", https://greekmythology.wikia.org/wiki/Ianthe?oldid=76694. An Okeanid, i.e. Site development and maintenance by Messagenet Communications Research. Ianthe (English translation: "purple or violet flower") was a name attributed to three figures in Greek mythology.. Ianthe was a Cretan girl who was betrothed to Iphis.Iphis was a woman raised as a man; she also fell in love with Ianthe and prayed to the gods to allow the two women to marry. She was changed by Hera into a man, and became Ianthe's husband. Ianthe (Ἰάνθη; English translation: "purple or violet flower") may refer to: Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ianthe&oldid=973981032, Disambiguation pages with short descriptions, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Ianthe, love interest of the main character in John William Polidori's, Ianthe, character in Roelstra's Line in the, Ianthe, spirit in "Al Aaraaf," 1929 poem by Edgar Allan Poe. The Greek Pantheon Zeus Weighing the Fate of Man - Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard (1743–1809) - PD-art-100  Today, most people think of Greek mythology in terms of gods such as Zeus and Hades, though, these gods are some of the most famous from the Greek pantheon, there were in fact many hundreds of Greek gods and goddesses Cut and paste the following text for use in a paper or electronic document report. one of the three thousand daughters of Okeanos (Ocean) and Tethys . She may have been a Nephelai of the violet tinged clouds of dawn, or more likely an Anthousa (flower-nymph) of violets. Home • Essays • People, Places & Things • The ImmortalsGreek Myths Bookshop • Fun Fact Quiz • Search/Browse • Links • About, Original content Copyright 1996–2005 Michael Stewart. Cut and paste the following html for use in a web report.