Nicholas Elizabeth Amber 2007-08 The Lords of Satyr have a unique birthright. To say that Lord Nicholas Satyr, one of three brothers and heir to a stunning Tuscan vineyard, is a gentleman unlike any other would be a gross understatement. Half-human, half-satyr, he is an aristocrat of passionate excess, especially on a Calling night, and revels in the debauched pleasures of his otherworldly legacy, where nothing is forbidden. His talents and tastes are varied, in fact, but Nicholas has agreed to seek out and marry a FaerieBlend female, one unaware of her otherworldly birthright, to honor the king of ElseWorld's dying request--who, it has been revealed, fathered three half-faerie daughters. Nicholas's search takes him to Rome, then to a city just outside of it, where pretty Jane Cova, guised as a fortune-telling gypsy, captures his interest and his desire. Although he doesn't expect his marriage to Signorina Cova to be about passion, Nicholas is strangely struck by her innocence and unconscious beauty. To his surprise, he would like to teach Jane how to give and receive pleasure--when he had thought he would simply want a proper wife--but Jane is determined to keep her secrets safe and her desires in check.
Dionysos in Classical Athens Cornelia Isler-Kerényi 2014-11-14 Dionysos, with his following of satyrs and women, was a major theme in a big part of the figure painted pottery in 500-300 B.C. Athens. As an original testimonial of their time, the imagery on these vases convey what this god meant to his worshippers. It becomes clear that - contrary to what is usually assumed - he was not only appropriate for wine, wine indulgence, ecstasy and theatre. Rather, he was present in both the public and private sphere on many, both happy and sad, occasions. In addition, the vase painters have emphasized different aspects of Dionysos for their customers inside and outside of Athens, depending on the political and cultural situation.
Brady's Book of Fixed Stars Bernadette Brady 1999-09-01 For the first time, this book offers astrologers: Paran Maps and Star Phases for over 60 stars; new insights into the natal use of fixed stars, as well as their use in mundane astrology; extensive appendices of Heliacal Rising and Acronychal Settinggraphs and tables so that, for any given location, the dates of these risings and settings can be found; a list of 176 stars with their 21st century Ptolemaic precessed positions versus their commonly-considered positions based on Ulugh Beg's methods.
“The” Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature Abraham Rees 1819
God of War Matthew Stover 2010-05-25 Offering deeper insights into the critically acclaimed God of War® franchise, this novel returns us to the dark world of ancient Greek mythology explored in the heart-pounding action of God of War I, the bestselling video game. A brutal warrior, Kratos is a slave to the gods of Olympus. Plagued by the nightmares of his past and yearning for freedom, the Ghost of Sparta would do anything to be free of his debt to the gods. He is on the verge of losing all hope when the gods give him one last task to end his servitude. He must destroy Ares, the god of war. But what chance does a mere mortal have against a god? Armed with the deadly chained Blades of Chaos, guided by the goddess Athena, and driven by his own insatiable thirst for vengeance, Kratos seeks the only relic powerful enough to slay Ares . . . a quest that will take him deep into the mysterious temple borne by the Titan Cronos! From the black depths of Hades to the war-torn city of Athens to the lost desert beyond, God of War sheds a brutal new light on the bestselling video game and on the legend of Kratos.
A Companion to Greek Tragedy Justina Gregory 2008-04-28 The Blackwell Companion to Greek Tragedy provides readers with a fundamental grounding in Greek tragedy, and also introduces them to the various methodologies and the lively critical dialogue that characterize the study of Greek tragedy today. Comprises 31 original essays by an international cast of contributors, including up-and-coming as well as distinguished senior scholars Pays attention to socio-political, textual, and performance aspects of Greek tragedy All ancient Greek is transliterated and translated, and technical terms are explained as they appear Includes suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter, and a generous and informative combined bibliography
The New Encyclopaedia Britannica Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc 2003 Presents articles on a variety of specific people, places, things, and ideas, arranged alphabetically in a twelve-volume micropaedia comprised of brief entries and a seventeen-volume macropaedia of in-depth articles, and includes illustrations, maps, and photographs, a two-volume index, and a topical guide to entries.
The Color of Life Vinzenz Brinkmann 2008 There has been a persistent tradition of enlivening sculptures with color. This book presents five essays on polychromy in classical Greek through contemporary sculpture, along with discussions of over 40 extraordinary polychrome sculptures.
God of War II Robert E. Vardeman 2013-02-12 Picking up where the 2005 action-adventure video game left off, this sequel, set in the world of Greek mythology, features Kratos seeking revenge on the gods of Mt. Olympus for their continual betrayals and double crosses. Original. 15,000 first printing.
The Cyclopædia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature. By Abraham Rees, ... with the Assistance of Eminent Professional Gentlemen. Illustrated with Numerous Engravings, by the Most Disinguished Artists. In Thirthy-nine Volumes. Vol. 1 [- 39] 1819
An Impractical Guide to Satyr Charming Cynthia Diamond 2021-05-09 With her magic stolen, Ivy Bennett is a witch doomed to die. But she isn't giving up without a fight. One ritual could restore her power, all she needs is a little elbow grease and an abandoned house in the woods. Unfortunately, the home's current resident -an arrogant satyr named Finn- will not tolerate a witch in his territory. Ivy will be damned if the goat-legged jerk gets in her way. If only he wasn't as sexy as he is infuriating. Charming a satyr isn't at the top of Ivy's do-to-list, but it's either come to a truce with the insufferable male or knock on death's door. After witnessing the slaughter of his herd, Finn's sole purpose is to protect his brother and his lands from deadly witches. But when one moves in, his fury rises. While the need to drive the witch away is strong, his desire for her is stronger. Soon he finds himself wanting the lovely, stubborn female more than hating her. But keeping Ivy as his own would forfeit everything he's held sacred. And now her presence has attracted something in the forest... Something that may destroy them all.
Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings John Denison Champlin 1905
Arvan: Land of Dragons Robert Neri 2017-02-22 Dark, High Fantasy campaign setting for the Dice & Glory tabletop RPG.
The Cyclopaedia; Or, an Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature Abraham Rees 1819
The Cyclopædia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature Abraham Rees 1819
Rivers of Life J.G. R. Forlong 1883 Sources and streams of the faiths of man in all lands; showing the evolution of faiths from the rudest symbolism to the latest spiritual developments
The Architect and Building News 1876
Game Informer Magazine 2007
Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings John Denison Champlin 1969
Euripides: Cyclops Carl A. Shaw 2018-02-08 With its ribald chorus of ithyphallic, half-man / half-horse creatures, satyr drama was a peculiar part of the Athenian theatrical experience. Performed three times each year after a trilogy of tragedies, it was an integral part of the 5th- and 4th-century City Dionysia, a large festival in honour of the god Dionysus. Euripides: Cyclops is the first book-length study of this fascinating genre's only complete, extant play, a theatrical version of Odysseus' encounter with the monster Polyphemus. Shaw begins with a look at the history of the genre, following its development from early 6th-century religious processions up to the Hellenistic era. He then offers a comprehensive analysis of the Cyclops' plot and performance, using the text (alongside ancient literary fragments and visual evidence) to determine the original viewing experience: the stage, masks, costumes, actions and emotions. A detailed examination of the text reveals that Euripides associates and distinguishes his version of the story from previous iterations of the myth, especially book nine of Homer's Odyssey. Euripides handles many of the same themes as his predecessors, but he updates the Cyclops for the Athenian stage, adapting his work to reflect and comment upon contemporary religious, philosophical and literary-musical trends.
Luxus Kenneth Lapatin 2015-07-01 In contrast to other histories of ancient art that typically privilege well-preserved works of ceramics or stone, Luxus offers an integrated contextual analysis of artifacts fashioned from a wide variety of luxury materials, which survive in far greater number than is typically supposed. These include gold and silver, semiprecious hard stones, and organic materials, such as ivory, fine woods, amber, pearl, coral, and textiles. Examining some of the finest surviving examples of ancient craftsmanship, renowned expert Kenneth Lapatin approaches objects in these diverse media from a variety of viewpoints, providing a valuable model for a more pluralistic approach to visual culture with the greater goal of reinvigorating the study of ancient art and society. As its title implies, Luxus is richly illustrated, containing over 200 images of superb works located in collections throughout the world. Each plate is accompanied by extensive documentation and discursive commentary. An introductory chapter explores the ideologies and uses of the luxury arts in ancient Greece and Rome, considers ancient debates about their value, and traces their decline in modern historiography. The book then goes on to address a broad range of luxury goods, such as intaglios, cameos, vessels, and statuettes, providing a full and multifaceted account of luxury in the ancient world.
Cyclopædia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature John McClintock 1891
Ancient Theatre and Performance Culture around the Black Sea David Braund 2019-11-28 Presents a landmark study combining key specialists around the region with well-established international scholars, from a wide range of disciplines.
Dionysos in Archaic Greece Cornelia Isler-Kerényi 2007 An interpretation of the god Dionysos as seen by Greek vase painters before the golden age of classical culture, which will help understand his wide popularity beyond wine consumption, which lasted until the end of antiquity.
Chamber's Encyclopædia 1898
Un-natural History Edmund Goldsmid 1886
History of Rome and the Roman People Victor Duruy 1884
History of Rome, and of the Roman People Victor Duruy 1884
History of Rome Victor Duruy 1886
The Art of God of War III Daniel Wade 2010 Takes you behind the scenes of Sony's biggest 2010 game release, featuring character and environment concept art and production art.
Chambers's Encyclopaedia: Round to Swansea 1901
The Lightning Thief Rick Riordan 2010-02-02 Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school...again. And that's the least of his troubles. Lately, mythological monsters and the gods of Mount Olympus seem to be walking straight out of the pages of Percy's Greek mythology textbook and into his life. Book #1 in the NYT best-selling series, with cover art from the feature film, The Lightning Thief.
Dominic Elizabeth Amber 2009-02-24 They are Satyrs, men endowed with legendary carnal knowledge who demand total and complete control with their sexual prowess. . . A Night Of Bliss Emma anxiously awaits her husband's return home to Tuscany on Calling night. She hopes that the night-long copulation will draw them closer together for she questions whether they truly love one another. But when Carlo arrives, injured in battle and unable to perform, she learns she must mate instead with Dominic, a lusty, royal Satyr. It is a night of hedonistic passion that leaves her wanting much, much more. . . A Moment Of Rapture Like other Satyr lords, Vincent is driven to mate from dusk to dawn every Calling night. But as a bachelor, Vincent must conjure a female from the mist who will satisfy his sexual needs. While his brothers summon a different partner with each full moon, Vincent calls upon the same one time after time. He wants her to experience the same erotic pleasure he feels and one night she does--the magic is real. . . Dominic 5 stars reviews from Romance Junkies; Coffeetime Romance; Whipped Cream; Kwips & Kritiques Top Pick, Paranormal Romance Praise for Elizabeth Amber and NICHOLAS. . . "A steamy, hot tale that scorches the pages. Amber's imagination skyrockets!" --Coffee Time Romance "Highly erotic. . .kept me spellbound." --Joyfully Reviewed, 5 stars, Recommended Read "The leading man is the sexiest one this reader has seen in a long time!" --Romantic Times BOOKReviews Praise for RAINE . . . "One of the the strongest heroines I have ever read . . . great, erotic sex. " --TwoLips Reviews - 5 lips, Recommended Read "This is a must read book for 2008!" --ParaNormal Romance reviews Praise for LYON . . . "Unputdownable" --Paranormal Romance Reviews, Top Pick "An extraordinary read" --Coffeetime Romance, 5 stars
The Builder 1885
History of Rome and of the Roman People from Its Origin to the Establishment of the Christian Empire Victor Duruy 1884
Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature: Rh-St John McClintock 1880
Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature John McClintock 1880
The Religious Aspects of War in the Ancient Near East, Greece, and Rome Krzysztof Ulanowski 2016-07-04 This book, in minute detail, presents a polyphony of voices, perspectives and opinions, from which emerges a diverse but coherent representation of the complex relationship between religion and war in the Ancient Near East, Greece and Rome.
The Athenaeum 1877
Lyon Elizabeth Amber 2008-08-01 A man of otherworldly seductive power travels to Paris to meet his intended bride—only to discover his erotic match in this historical paranormal romance. The last in a fabled line of otherworldly aristocracy, the Lords of Satyr are born to wealth, power, and a talent for sensual delight that mere mortals only dream of. Commanded to marry, these passionate men will travel to Rome, Venice, and Paris—and along the way will explore desires both shamelessly wicked and blissfully divine . . . The youngest of the Satyr brothers, Lyon enjoys working in the family's Tuscan vineyards, caring for his menagerie of animals and bedding beautiful women. But he knows he must fulfill his destiny of taking the last daughter of King Feydon as his bride. And so he travels to Paris to wed the infamous Juliet Rabelais . . . A celebrated courtesan noted for both her culinary and carnal talents, Juliet is a voluptuous beauty with a body meant to tease. And with a full moon only days away, Lyon is quickly aroused. But after a night of intimacy, Lyon wonders if Juliet is truly a mistress of sensual pleasure or whether his sexual mastery will be her undoing . . .

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