ANTIOPE


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ANTIOPEAcquisition Numerique et Television d'Images Organisees en Pages d'Ecriture (French: Digital Acquisition and Broadcasting of Images Organised As Pages of Writing.
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Next to her I saw Antiope, daughter to Asopus, who could boast of having slept in the arms of even Jove himself, and who bore him two sons Amphion and Zethus.
And after these Antiope the queen, daughter of the aged son of Nauboius, bare her youngest child, golden-haired Iolea.
Comparisons between Antiope and Artemis show that this pattern is too perfect to have been accidental.
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Lycus marched against Sicyon, subdued it, slew Epopeus, and led Antiope away captive.
Honeywell's approach differs from that of rival Digital in its support of the French Antiope protocol and the use of a dedicated computer.
His odalisque in the Winthrop Collection, Odalisque with a Lutenist, anticipates his Antiope, perhaps in defiance of Baudelaire, who repeatedly and pedantically censured Ingre's command of anatomy.
Aided by Susan Benson's powerful unit set, a stage-wide flight of steps, Graham filled ancient Thessaly with marketplace life and secured from mezzo-soprano Judith Forst a scene-stealing pair of characterizations as both the sorceress Pamphilia and the bandit mother Antiope.
Antiope, Queen of the Amazons, is transformed from "savage" to "the type of improved womanhood"; (20) Leonardo's John the Baptist features "delicate brown flesh and woman's hair"; (21) "innate" in Lucius Verus is "that more than womanly fondness for fond things"; (22) Dionysus was "a woman-like god," and "on women and feminine souls .
Little is known of the time he spent in Italy between 1619 and 1627, but it is fascinating to speculate as to the means by which he saw Correggio's Jupiter and Antiope, then in the Gonzaga collection and subsequently owned by Charles 1, and why he shows it without its pendant, The Education of Cupid (they were not separated until 1650).
The picture commemorates no special incident, unless it is Jupiter and Antiope (and indeed Poelenburgh was giddy-headed enough to take on both Titian and Correggio).
Aristotle affirms no such thing; but he does [italics mine] say that the story of Merope, like the stories of Iphigenia and Antiope, supplies a recognition of the most affecting kind.