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Rummage Allusions


The daughter of Iasus and Clymene Atalanta
Very swift of foot Atalanta
refused to marry anyone unless he first defeated her in a race. If the runner lost, he had to die. Atalanta
carried the apples of hesperides into the race and dropped them at crucial points, knowing Atalanta would pick them up Hippomenes
Took part in the hunt for the Calydonian boar. Atalanta
a contest in which a ruse is successful "Atalanta's race"
Sometimes called Pallas Athena or Minerva Athena
primarily the goddes of the wisdom of the city and of civilized life Athena
Said to have sprung fully grown and clad for battle from the head of Zeus. Athena
patron goddes of Athens Athena
Athena's shrine The Parthenon
Athena's symbol the owl
Siad to have created olive trees. Athena
Wrote The Three Musketeers Dumas
The Three Musketeers Athos, Porthos and Aramis
gallant and reserved Athos
large, strong and somewhat mediocre intellectually Porthos
mysteriou, black-garbed and pious Aramis
symbols of any compnaions in adventure The Three Musketeers
one of the race of Titans of Greek myth Atlas
Said to bear the burden of heaven on his shoulders. Atlas
showed Atlas Medusa's head Heracles
Changed into the rocky mountain range running east-west across northern Africa Atlas
Anyone who supports a weighty burden Atlas
Famous for his wars and depredations against parts of Europe which hastened the final disintegration of the Roman Empire Attila the Hun
Called the "scourge of God" Attila the Hun
His armies overran the Balkans between 447-450 Attila the Hun
His armies were feared for their violence and cruelty Attila the Hun
year Attila the Hun died 453
hero of Peirre Cornielle's tragedy Attila Attila the Hun
anyone of extreme brutality and violence Attila the Hun
One of the Labors of Heracles Cleaning the Augean Stables.
cleaned by the diverted waters of the Alpheus River Augean Stables.
The task of cleaning a gigantic mess Cleaning the Augean Stables.
term applied to the efforts of a reform government upon succeeding a corrupt one Cleaning the Augean Stables.
An disland paradise in the western seas where King Arthur died and other heroes went after they died Avalon
Doctor protagonist of Sinclair Lewis's Arrowsmith Martin Arrowsmith
torn by the conflict between his devotion to research and the practical world of medicine Martin Arrowsmith
a highly idealistic person forced to struggle with the temptations and compromises of the real world Martin Arrowsmith
Called Diana by the Romans Artemis
daughter of Zeus and Leto Artemis
Twin sister of Apollo Artemis
born on the island of Delos Artemis
A huntress armed with a bow and quiver and protectress of the young Artemis
associated with selene, the moon goddess, and hecate, the goddess of the underworld Artemis
played a key role in numerous myths: the sacrifice of Iphigenia, the death of Actaeon,the death of Orion, the slaying of niobe's children, and the story of phaedra and Hippolytus Artemis
referred to today as symbolic patronesses of the young woman athlete Artemis
Pupil of Fagin and expert pickpocket in Oliver Twist Artful Dodger
term used for and skilled theif or trickster engaged in illegal action Artful Dodger
Legendary English King who, with the help of Merlin, succeeded at the age of 15 to the throne of his father, Uther Pendragon. Arthur
presided over the Knights of the Round Table Arthur
enchanted by Lady of the Lake Arthur
searched fo rthe Holy Grail Arthur
died in battle with his nephew Mordred Arthur
buried on Avalon Arthur
"Dwelling-place of the Aesir" Asgard
home of the gods in Scandinavian and Germanic mythology Asgard
Connected with earth by a celestial bridge, Bifrost, the rainbow Asgard
Odin's palace Valhalla
In The SUn Also Rises, a sophisticated Englishwoman in love with Jake Barnes but compulsively involved in sterile love affairs Brett Ashley
ARchetypal of the "Lost Generation" Brett Ashley
The Canaanite and Phoenician goddess of love and fertility Ashtoreth
called Astarte by the greeks and corresponding to the Babylonian Ishtar and the Greek love goddess Aphrodite Ashtoreth
rite connected with male god Baal Ashtoreth
sacred prostitution practiced in her temples attracted Solomon Ashtoreth
Created by: Em&Ems



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