In one of his letters written in exile, Ovid describes how remembering the error that resulted in his exile, renews his shame. Not knowing the origin of the name of the month of May, also Ovid compares himself to someone who doesn't know where to go. Ovid features Pholus in his account of the battle between the Lapiths and the centaurs. A similar simile is found in Ovid's "Ars Amatoria": Ovid, however, compares the shining light on water to the flickering eyes of a woman enjoying sex. Ovid tells Pasiphae's story, including the moment when she enters into a wooden shape. This feature is not available right now. LadyClaire83 11, views. Ovid narrated the story of Phaethon and its tragic end in great detail. In a letter to his wife, the exiled Ovid tells of Achilles's spear as an example of something that first hurts and then heals.
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Ovid describes the four ages gold, silven, bronze, iron in the first book of the "Metamorphoses. Stephen, stoned to death, which "weighed him down. Ovid narrates how Ariadne helped and ran away with Theseus, but he later completely abandonded her.
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Ovid narrates how she excluded Helice Callistoone of her followers, after Jupiter impregnated her. A similar image is found in the "Metamorphoses," where Pentheus shows his mangled stumps to his mother Agave.
Ovid describes the origin of Argus's many eyes. Ovid describes the vibrant colors of Arachne's loom in the "Metamorphoses. Ovid tells this story in great detail, including her transformation into a nightingale.
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When Hercules's wife Hebe turned Iolaus, one of his companions, back to life, the prophetess Themis predicts the outcome of the future war of the Seven against Thebes.
Ovid's Medea tells herself that Jason will protect her against the breaking waves of Scylla and Charybdis. Watch Queue Queue. Ovid describes Daphne's transformation into a laurel and Apollo crowning himself with its leaves.
Unsubscribe from JustLove? The second was that the Centaurs, half-human, half-horse, had two chests: "duo pectora" in Ovid, "doppi petti" in Dante. Ovid identifies Phaethon through his matronym, "son of Clymene," but in his version Phaethon directly approaches his alleged father, Apollo or the Sun.
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Arethusa tells Ceres, in search for her daughter Persephone, that she was travelling as a stream underneath the earth and resurfaced to see the unfamiliar stars again. Ovid doesn't call her that way, but does detail how proud she is of her art, spinning Met.
Ovid recounts how Priam, king of Troy, had sent his young son Polydorus, together with a large treasure, to Polymnestor to save him from the Trojan War. Watch Queue Queue.
Called "perfida noverca" in Dante, Phaedra is the "sceleratae novercae" in Ovid, and Hippolytus talks about his misfortunes: how his stepmother Phaedra accused him of assault, and convinced his father to expel him from Athens. Momenti storici e sputtanate della tv italiana!