Definition of Myrrhine. Meaning of Myrrhine. Synonyms of Myrrhine

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Definition of Myrrhine

Myrrhine
Myrrhine Myr"rhine, a. Murrhine.

Meaning of Myrrhine from wikipedia

- desperate for ****. It is Kinesias, the husband of Myrrhine. Lysistrata instructs her to torture him and Myrrhine then informs Kinesias that she can't have ****...
- funerary lekythos at Athens: Hermes as psychopomp conducts the deceased, Myrrhine, to Hades, ca 430-420 BC (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)....
- funerary lekythos at Athens: Hermes as psychopomp conducts the deceased, Myrrhine, to Hades, ca 430-420 BCE (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)....
- which the play is named. He is Girl's father and Gorgias' stepfather. Myrrhine Knemon's estranged wife and Gorgias' mother. She has gone to live with...
- Pseudohyaleucerea vulnerata (Butler, 1875) Synonyms Hyaleucerea vulnerata Butler, 1875 Glaucopis myrrhine Burmeister, 1878 Hyaleucerea boliviana Draudt, 1915...
- Relief from a carved funerary lekythos at Athens showing Hermes as psychopomp conducting the soul of the deceased, Myrrhine into Hades (ca. 430-420 B.C.)...
- Xander Lee Curtis Holbrook Jason Tam Robin Smythe Lindsay Nicole Chambers Myrrhine Moore Carla Duren LaQuet Sharnell Cinesias Ray Telly Leung Alex Wyse ‘Uardo...
- companion René Clément Cameo, Uncredited Die Sendung der Lysistrata [de] 1961 Myrrhine / Uschi Fritz Kortner TV movie Boccaccio '70 1961 Pupe Luchino Visconti...
- Relief from a carved funerary lekythos: Hermes conducts the deceased, Myrrhine, named in a titulus, to Hades, c. 430–420 BCE...
- Relief from a carved funerary lekythos at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens: Hermes conducts the deceased, Myrrhine, to Hades, c. 430–420 BCE...
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