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In Greek mythology, the Meliae or Meliai were nymphs of the ash tree, whose name they shared. Greek mythology is the body of stories belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and Heroes the nature of the world and the origins and significance The ancient Greeks proposed many different ideas about primordial deities in their mythology, which would later be largely adapted by the In Greek mythology, the Titans ( Greek: Tītā́n; plural Tītânes) were a race of powerful Deities that ruled during the legendary The Twelve Olympians, also known as the Dodekatheon ( Greek: Δωδεκάθεον The ancient Greeks had a large number of sea deities. The philosopher Plato once remarked that the Greek people were like frogs sitting around a pond -- their Chthonic (from Greek χθόνιος khthonios "of the earth" from khthōn "earth" pertaining to the Earth; earthy subterranean In Greek mythology, the Muses ( Ancient Greek, hai moũsai: perhaps from the Proto-Indo-European root * men- "think" are Asclepius (pronounced /æsˈkliːpiːəs/, Greek, transliterated Asklēpiós; Latin Aesculapius) is the god of Medicine Medicine is the art and science of healing It encompasses a range of Health care practices evolved to maintain and restore Human Health by the Lētṓ ( Greek:, Λ&alphaτώ, Lato in Dorian Greek etymology and meaning disputed in Greek mythology, is a daughter of In Greek mythology, Artemis language|Greek] ( Nominative), ( Genitive))] was the daughter of Zeus and Leto, and the twin sister Pan ( Greek, Genitive) is the Greek god of shepherds and flocks of mountain wilds hunting and rustic music paein means to pasture A shepherd is a person who tends to feeds or guards Sheep, especially in flocks In Greek mythology, a nymph is any member of a large class of mythological entities in human female form In Greek mythology, Alseids were the Nymphs of Glens and groves. The names of different species of Nymphs varied according to their natural abodes In Greek mythology, the Crinaeae were a type of Nymph associated with fountains The DRYAD Numeral Cipher/Authentication System (KTC 1400 D is a simple paper Cryptographic system currently in use by the U Hamadryads ( Ἁμαδρυάδες) are Greek mythological beings that live in Trees They are a specific species of Dryad, which are a particular In Greek mythology, the Hesperides ( Greek:) are Nymphs who tend a blissful garden in a far western corner of the world located near the Atlas mountains In Greek mythology, the Limnades were a type of Naiad. They live in freshwater lakes In Greek mythology, the Naiads or Naiades (Ναϊάδες from the Greek νάειν "to flow" and νἃμα "running water" In Greek mythology, the Napaeae ( Ancient Greek: ναπαῖαι from νάπη English translation: "a wooded dell" were a type of In Greek and Roman mythology, the Oceanids ( Greek: Ὠκεανίδαι pl For a Hilda Doolittle poem see Oread (poem. For a lake in Greece see Lake Orestiada. In Greek mythology, the Pegaeae were a type of Naiad that lived in springs One group of them dwelled in the spring of Pegae and were responsible for the Genealogy (from Greek: el γενεά el-Latn genea, "descent" and el λόγος el-Latn logos, "knowledge" is the study of Greek mythology is the body of stories belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and Heroes the nature of the world and the origins and significance In Greek mythology, Inachus ( Greek: Ἴναχος personified the Inachus River the modern Panitsa that drains the western margin of the Argive plain Ocean (Ὠκεανός was believed to be the world-ocean in Classical antiquity, which the ancient Romans and Greeks considered to be In Classical Greek mythology, Tethys (Greek Τηθύς) daughter of Uranus and Gaia ( Hesiod, Theogony lines In Greek mythology, Phoroneus (Φορωνεύς was a Culture-hero of the Argolid, fire-bringer primordial king and son of the River god In Greek mythology, Io (ˈaɪoʊ or /ˈiːoʊ/ World Book «EYE oh», in Ancient Greek Ἰώ) was a priestess of Hera in Argos In Greek mythology, Epaphus (Ἔπαφος also called Apis, was the son of Zeus and Io and a king of Egypt. Zeus (zjuːs in Greek: nominative: Zeús /zdeús/ genitive: Diós; Modern Greek /'zefs/ in Greek mythology Libya is the name given to both a region of North Africa ( Ancient Libya) and a daughter of Epaphus, King of Egypt in both Greek and Roman In Greek mythology Memphis was the wife to Epaphus, mother of Libya and sometimes the daughter of Nilus. Belus ( Greek Βῆλος) the Egyptian is in Greek Mythology a son of Poseidon by Libya. Agenor ( Gr, "heroic manly" was in Greek mythology and history a Phoenician king of Tyre. In Greek mythology, Poseidon ( Greek:; Latin: Neptūnus) was the god of the Sea and as "Earth-Shaker" In Greek mythology, Αἴγυπτος/Aígyptos, usually Latinized as Aegyptus, in Greek ("supine goat" descendant of the Heifer Danaus, or Danaos ("sleeper" Greek Δαναός) was a Greek mythological character, twin brother of Aegyptus and son of Achiroe Achiroe ( Greek:) or according to Apollodorus Anchinoë which is perhaps a mistake for Anchiroë was in Greek mythology a Naiad, a daughter Hypermnestra (Ὑπερμνήστρα in Greek mythology, was the daughter of Danaus. Proetus was a mythical king of Tiryns. His father Abas, son of the last surviving Danaid, had ruled over Argos as well and Cadmus, or Kadmos (Κάδμος in Greek mythology, was a Phoenician prince son of Agenor and the brother of Phoenix, Cilix Phoenix (Φοῖνιξ in Greek mythology was a son of Agenor and either brother or father to Cadmus. For the Moth Genus, see Cilix (moth. In Greek mythology, Cilix ( Greek: Κίλιξ was a son of Europa ( Greek Εὐρώπη was a Phoenician woman of high lineage in Greek mythology, from whom the name of the Continent Europe In Greek mythology, Telephassa, also known as Argiope, was the wife of Agenor. In Greek mythology, Polydorus referred to several different people In Greek mythology, Agave (or Agaue, English translation: "illustrious" was the daughter of Cadmus, the king and founder of the city In Greek mythology, Autonoë ( Ancient Greek:) was a daughter of Cadmus, founder of Thebes Greece, and the goddess Harmonia. In Greek mythology Ino was a mortal queen of Thebes, the second wife of Athamas, the mother of Learches and Melicertes, daughter of Stimula redirects here For the Genus of Grass skipper Butterflies, see Stimula (butterfly. In Greek mythology, Harmonia is the immortal Goddess of harmony and concord In Classical mythology, Dionysus or Dionysos (in Greek, Διόνυσος or Διώνυσος; associated with Roman Greek mythology is the body of stories belonging to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and Heroes the nature of the world and the origins and significance In Greek mythology, a nymph is any member of a large class of mythological entities in human female form An ash can be any of four different tree genera from four very distinct families; most commonly in a combined form (e They appeared from the drops of blood spilled when Cronus castrated Uranus, according to Hesiod, Theogony 187. Cronus or Kronos, ( Ancient Greek Κρόνος Krónos) was the leader and the youngest of the first generation of Titans, divine descendants Uranus (ˈjʊərənəs jʊˈreɪnəs is the Latinized form of Ouranos () the Greek word for Sky. Hesiod ( Greek: Hesiodos) was an early Greek Poet and Rhapsode, who presumably lived around 700 BCE From the same blood sprang the Erinyes, suggesting that the ash-tree nymphs represented the Fates in milder guise (Graves 6. In Greek mythology the Erinyes (Ἐρινύες pl of Ἐρινύς lit 4). From the Meliae sprang the race of mankind of the Age of Bronze. 
The Meliae belong to a class of sisterhoods whose nature is to appear collectively and who are invoked in the plural, though genealogical myths, especially in Hesiod, give them individual names, such as Melia, "but these are quite clearly secondary and carry no great weight" (Burkert 1985 III. Hesiod ( Greek: Hesiodos) was an early Greek Poet and Rhapsode, who presumably lived around 700 BCE 3. 2). The Melia thus singled out is one of these daughters of Oceanus. Ocean (Ὠκεανός was believed to be the world-ocean in Classical antiquity, which the ancient Romans and Greeks considered to be By her brother the river-god Inachus, she became the mother of Io, Phoroneus, Aegialeus or Phegeus, and Nilodice. In Greek mythology, Inachus ( Greek: Ἴναχος personified the Inachus River the modern Panitsa that drains the western margin of the Argive plain In Greek mythology, Io (ˈaɪoʊ or /ˈiːoʊ/ World Book «EYE oh», in Ancient Greek Ἰώ) was a priestess of Hera in Argos In Greek mythology, Phoroneus (Φορωνεύς was a Culture-hero of the Argolid, fire-bringer primordial king and son of the River god In Greek mythology, Aegialeus (also Aegealeus Egialeus) is a name attributed several individuals Phegeus was a Greek mythological king who offered succor and his daughter Arsinoe (named Alphesiboea in some versions to Alcmaeon, who was In other stories, she was the mother of Amycus by Poseidon, as the Olympian representative of Oceanus. For the centaur of this name see Amycus (centaur, and other meanings see Amycus (disambiguation.
Many species of Fraxinus, the ash trees, exude a sugary substance, which the ancient Greeks called méli, "honey". An ash can be any of four different tree genera from four very distinct families; most commonly in a combined form (e The species of ash in the mountains of Greece is Fraxinus ornus, Manna-ash. The Meliae were nurses of the infant Zeus in the Cretan cave of Dikte, according to Callimachus, Hymn to Zeus. Dikti (or Lassithiotika Ori) is a mountain range on the east of the island of Crete in the prefecture of Lassithi. Callimachus ( Greek:, 310 BC/305 BC-240 BC was a native of the Greek colony of Cyrene, Libya. They fed him honey.
Fermented honey preceded wine as an entheogen in the Aegean world. An entheogen, in the strictest sense is a Psychoactive substance used in a religious or shamanic (or entheogenic) context Aegean civilization is a general term for the Bronze Age Civilizations of Greece and the Aegean.