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" The nymphs were supposed to enjoy longevity, but not to be immortal. They were believed to delight in springs and fountains. They are described as sleepless, and as dreaded by the country people. "
Travels in Asia Minor and Greece: Or, an Account of a Tour Made at the ... - Σελίδα 172
των Richard Chandler - 1817
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Encyclopaedia Britannica - 1810
...honey, arfd wine. We have the following account of nymphs in Chandler's Greece. " They w«re fuppofed to enjoy longevity, but not to be immortal. They were believed to delight in fprings and fountains. They are dcfrribed as flceplefs, and as dreaded by the country people. They...

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Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...without number, were the daughters of Oceanus and Tethys. .. « Ttey were supposed," says Chandler, .« to enjoy longevity, but not to be immortal. They were...believed to delight in springs and fountains. They are descrilied as sleepless, and as dreaded by the country people." " Their dwellings had generally a sprinsr...

Pocket Encyclopedia: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Polite ..., Τόμος 3

Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...Oceanus and Tethys. • • • ' • ••>• • • '••"They rtere supposed," says Chandler, "to enjoy longevity, but not to be immortal. They were believed to delight in springs and fountains. Tbey are described as sleepless, and as dreaded by the country people." " Their dwelling's bad generally...

Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Τόμος 16

1816
...honey, and wine. The following account of nymphs is given in C/xindler's Greece. " They were fuppofed to enjoy longevity, but not to be immortal. They were believed to delight in fprings and fountains. They are defcribed as fleeplefs, and as dreaded by the country people. They...

Travels in Asia Minor: Or An Account of a Tour Made at the Expense of the ...

Richard Chandler - 1817
...statues a perfection of form unequalled by nature, and a dignity of aspect superior to human. * IB the fourth year of Olympiad xciv ; or, before Christ...discovered a lonely fountain, in which the nymphs Eritnica, Malis, and Nycheia were preparing to dance ; and these, seeing him, were enamoured, and,...

Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Τόμος 15

1823
...were milk, oil, honey, and wine. We have the following account of nymphs in Chandler's Greece. " They were supposed to enjoy longevity, but not to be immortal....the shore of the Propontis to dine in their way to Colchos, sent Hylas, a boy, for water, who discovered a lonely fountain, in which the nymphs Eunice,...

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Publius Ovidius Naso - 1838
...Nympha, -ш, & Nymphe, -es, f., a nymph, a young woman. The nymphes were certain female deities, who were supposed to enjoy longevity, but not to be immortal. They were divided into two classes, the Nymphs of the land and the Nymphs of the sea. The nymphs of the land...




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