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- to him, Marsyas was the son of Olympus, or of Oeagrus, or of Hyagnis. Olympus was, alternatively, said to be Marsyas' son or pupil. Marsyas was an expert...
- The Flaying of Marsyas is the death of Marsyas in ancient Gr**** mythology. It may refer to a number of works of art depicting the scene, including: Flaying...
- Marsyas is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae, containing the following species: Marsyas bahiae Tschitscherine, 1900 Marsyas bicolor Straneo, 1968...
- Marsyas is a satyr who had a music contest with Apollo. Marsyas may also refer to: Marsyas (horse), a French Thoroughbred racehorse Marsyas (beetle),...
- indications that would help to visualize it. Marsyas cries out "Why do you tear me from myself?". Marsyas was a skillful player of the cl****ical aulos...
- his sculpture "Marsyas") for piano and orchestra by Estonian composer Arvo Pärt was premiered in the Tate Modern Turbine Hall. "Marsyas - Anish Kapoor's...
- Flaying of Marsyas is a 1531 painting by the Florentine artist Bronzino, depicting the flaying (skinning alive) of Marsyas by Apollo after the satyr rashly...
- burial and nailed Marsyas' fla**** skin to a nearby pine-tree as a lesson to the others. Marsyas' blood turned into the river Marsyas. But Apollo soon repented...
- story of Marsyas's hubris. He describes a musical contest between Marsyas, playing the aulos, and the god Apollo, playing the lyre. Marsyas loses and...
- Figaro Château Marsyas 2009, LibanSud-Ouest When Size doesn't matterExecutive Magazine Sandro Saadé, co-founder of Bekaa Valley's Château Marsyas and Syria’s...
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