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- In Gr**** mythology, Thanatos (/ˈθænətɒs/; Ancient Gr****: Θάνατος, pronounced in Ancient Gr****: [tʰánatos] "Death", from θνῄσκω thnēskō "(I) die, am dying")...
- Thanatos is the Ancient Gr**** personification of death. Thanatos may also refer to: Thanatos (band), a Dutch extreme metal band Thanatos, by Relatives...
- Thanatos, Drunk (Chinese: 醉.生夢死; pinyin: Zuì Shēng Mèng Sǐ) is a 2015 Taiwanese drama film directed by Chang Tso-chi. It was screened in the Panorama section...
- Nebulosa thanatos is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is found in Peru and Bolivia. Miller, James S. (2009). "Generic revision of the Dioptinae (Lepidoptera:...
- (2006) Thanatos/Asphyx 7 inch split EP; Thanatos: Re-animation (Sacrifice-cover)/ Asphyx: Bestial Vomit (Majesty-cover) (2011) Blind Obedience/Thanatos(2019)...
- the Thanatos Painter's found lekythoi have scenes of or related to death (thanatos in Gr****) on them, including the eponymous god of death Thanatos carrying...
- released on December 15, 2019, and was based on Thanatos no Yūwaku (****anese: タナトスの誘惑, "Seduction of Thanatos"), a short story written by Mayo Hoshino (星野舞夜)...
- asked Thanatos to demonstrate how the chains worked. As Thanatos was granting him his wish, Sisyphus seized the opportunity and trapped Thanatos in the...
- Eleftheria i thanatos (Gr****: Ελευθερία ή θάνατος, [elefθeˈri.a i ˈθanatos] 'Freedom or Death') is the motto of Greece. It originated in the Gr**** songs...
- Thanatos is an album of Relatives Menschsein collecting their output. It contains their previous albums Gefallene Engel and Die Ewigkeit. Disc 1: "Prolog"–2:34...
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