Four children from the same family have to leave their town because WWII is happening. A women and a professor take the children to their house. While playing a game of hide and seek the youngest member of the family ‘Lucy’ finds a wardrobe to hide in. She travels back and back into the wardrobe and finds a place named Narnia. After going in twice the four children go in together for the last time. They battle wolves, meet talking animals, encounter a evil white witch and meet a magnificent lion named ‘Aslan’. Will this be the end of their journey to narnia or will they stay?
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Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mythology [ ] Origin [ ] The centaurs were usually said to have been born of and (the cloud made in the image of ). Another version, however, makes them children of a certain, who mated with the mares. This Centaurus was either himself the son of Ixion and Nephele (inserting an additional generation) or of and, daughter of the river god. In the later version of the story his twin brother was, ancestor of the, thus making the two warring peoples cousins. Centaurs were said to have inhabited the region of Magnesia and Mount in, the in, and the Malean peninsula in southern.
Another tribe of centaurs was said to have lived on. According to, they were fathered by, who, in frustration after had eluded him, spilled his seed on the ground of that land. Unlike those of mainland Greece, the Cyprian centaurs were horned. There were also the Lamian Pheres, twelve rustic daimones of the. They were set by to guard the infant, protecting him from the machinations of but the enraged goddess transformed them into ox-horned Centaurs. The Lamian Pheres later accompanied Dionysos in his campaign against the Indians.
Centaurs subsequently featured in, and were familiar figures in the medieval bestiary. They remain a staple of modern fantastic literature. The centaur's half-human, half-horse composition has led many writers to treat them as, caught between the two natures, embodied in contrasted myths, both as the embodiment of untamed nature, as in their battle with the (their kin), or conversely as teachers, like. Centauromachy [ ]. Centauromachy, tondo of an, ca. 480 BC The Centaurs are best known for their fight with the, which was caused by their attempt to carry off and the rest of the Lapith women on the day of Hippodamia's marriage to, king of the Lapithae, himself the son of Ixion.
The strife among these cousins is a metaphor for the conflict between the lower appetites and civilized behavior in humankind., a hero and founder of cities, who happened to be present, threw the balance in favour of the right order of things, and assisted Pirithous. The Centaurs were driven off or destroyed. Another Lapith hero,, who was invulnerable to weapons, was beaten into the earth by Centaurs wielding rocks and the branches of trees. Centaurs are thought of in many Greek myths as wild as untamed horses. Like the, the defeat of the by the, the contests with the Centaurs typify the struggle between civilization and barbarism.
The Centauromachy is most famously portrayed in the by and in a Renaissance-era sculpture. Other depictions in classical art [ ]. The tentative identification of two fragmentary Mycenaean terracotta figures as centaurs, among the extensive Mycenaean pottery found at, suggests a origin for these creatures of myth.
A painted terracotta centaur was found in the 'Hero's tomb' at, and by the Geometric period, centaurs figure among the first representational figures painted on Greek pottery. An often-published bronze of a warrior face-to-face with a centaur is at the. In of the, centaurs are depicted in three different forms.
Some centaurs are depicted with a human torso attached to the body of a horse at the, where the horse's neck would be; this form, designated 'Class A' by Professor Baur, later became standard. 'Class B' centaurs are depicted with a human body and legs, joined at the waist with the hindquarters of a horse; in some cases centaurs of both types appear together. A third type, designated 'Class C', depicts centaurs with human forelegs terminating in hooves.
Baur describes this as an apparent development of art, which never became particularly widespread. At a later period, paintings on some depict winged centaurs. Centaurs were also frequently depicted in Roman art. A particularly famous example is the pair of centaurs drawing the chariot of and his family, in the Great Cameo of Constantine ( circa AD 314-16), which embodies wholly pagan imagery, and contrasts sharply with the popular image of Constantine as the patron of early Christianity.
Theories of origin [ ]. Teaching how to play the, a Roman fresco from, 1st century AD. The most common theory holds that the idea of centaurs came from the first reaction of a non-riding culture, as in the, to nomads who were mounted on horses. The theory suggests that such riders would appear as half-man, half-animal ( reported that the had this misapprehension about Spanish cavalrymen).
Arose first in the southern grasslands of, perhaps approximately in modern. The Lapith tribe of Thessaly, who were the kinsmen of the Centaurs in myth, were described as the inventors of horse-back riding by Greek writers. The Thessalian tribes also claimed their horse breeds were descended from the centaurs.
Centaur carrying off a (1892) by (, Paris) Of the various Classical Greek authors who mentioned centaurs, was the first who describes undoubtedly a combined monster. Previous authors () tend to use words such as pheres (cf.
Theres, 'beasts') that could also mean ordinary savage men riding ordinary horses, though Homer does specifically refer to a centaur ('kentauros') in the Contemporaneous representations of hybrid centaurs can be found in. In his first century BC philosophical poem denied the existence of centaurs based on their differing rate of growth. He states that at the age of three years horses are in the prime of their life while, at three humans are still little more than babies, making hybrid animals impossible. (relying on the work of, who argued for tracing the centaurs back to the Indian ), speculated that the centaurs were a dimly remembered, pre-Hellenic fraternal earth cult who had the horse as a.
A similar theory was incorporated into 's., another half-man half-horse mythical creature from the, appeared in various ancient texts, arts as well as sculptures from all around India. Windows Xp Pro Sp3 Ultra Lite Ita Download Youtube more. It is shown as a horse with the torso of a man in place of where the horse's head has to be, that is similar to a Greek centaur. The Greek word kentauros is generally regarded as of obscure origin.
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The from ken – tauros, 'piercing bull-stickers' was a suggestion in ' rationalizing text on Greek mythology, On Incredible Tales (Περὶ ἀπίστων): mounted archers from a village called eliminating a herd of bulls that were the scourge of Ixion's kingdom. Another possible related etymology can be 'bull-slayer'. Some [ ] say that the Greeks took the constellation of, and also its name 'piercing bull', from, where it symbolized the god who represents rain and fertility, fighting with and piercing with his horns the demon who represents the summer drought. In Greece, the constellation of Centaurus was noted by in the fourth century BC and by in the third century. Saori Destiny Japanese Chaos Rarest. Indian centaur [ ] In a popular legend associated with in, the curse of a saintly transformed a handsome prince into a creature having a horse's body with the prince's head, arms and torso in place of the head and neck of the horse.
Female centaurs [ ]. Centaurs harvest grapes on a 12th-century capital from the in the Centaurs preserved a connection in the 12th century carved of in the, where other capitals depict harvesters, boys riding goats (a further Dionysiac theme) and guarding the that held the wine. Centaurs are shown on a number of carved stones from north-east, erected in the 8th–9th centuries AD (e.g., at, ). Though outside the limits of the, these depictions appear to be derived from Classical prototypes.
Jerome's version of the Life of St, the hermit monk of Egypt, written by, was widely disseminated in the Middle Ages; it relates Anthony's encounter with a centaur, who challenged the saint but was forced to admit that the old gods had been overthrown. The episode was often depicted; in The Meeting of St Anthony Abbot and St Paul the Hermit by, of two episodic depictions in a single panel of the 's travel to greet the hermit Paul, one is his encounter along the pathway with the demonic figure of a centaur in a wood. A centaur-like half-human half-equine creature called appeared in folk, and prints of the 17th–19th centuries.
Polkan is originally based on Pulicane, a half-dog from 's poem I Reali di Francia, which was once popular in the Slavonic world in prosaic translations. Modern day [ ]. Main article: The hosts a permanent exhibit of a 'Centaur from ', in its library. The exhibit, made by sculptor Bill Willers, by combining a study human skeleton with the skeleton of a is entitled 'Do you believe in Centaurs?' And was meant to mislead students in order to make them more critically aware, according to the exhibitors. Another exhibit by Willers is now on long-term display at the International Wildlife Museum in Tucson, Arizona.
The full-mount skeleton of a Centaur, built by Skulls Unlimited International, is on display, along with several other fabled creatures, including the, and Griffin. ' series depicts centaurs as the wisest and noblest of creatures. Are gifted at stargazing, prophecy, healing, and warfare, a fierce and valiant race always faithful to the High King the Lion. Lewis generally used the species to inspire awe in his readers. In 's series, centaurs live in the Forbidden Forest close to Hogwarts, preferring to avoid contact with humans. They live in societies called herds and are skilled at archery, healing and astrology, but like in the original myths, they are known to have some wild and barbarous tendencies. Although film depictions include very animalistic facial features, the reaction of the Hogwarts girls to Firenze suggests a more classical appearance.
With the exception of, the centaurs in 's are seen as wild party-goers who use a lot of American slang. Chiron retains his mythological role as a trainer of heroes and is skilled in archery.
In Riordan's subsequent series,, another group of centaurs are depicted with more animalistic features (such as horns) and appear as villains, serving the. 's series (1965) includes centaurs, called Half-Horses or Hoi Kentauroi. His creations address several of the metabolic problems of such creatures—how could the human mouth and nose intake sufficient air to sustain both itself and the horse body and, similarly, how could the human ingest sufficient food to sustain both parts. 's series features Centaurs that live in an area called Grunhold. The Centaurs are portrayed as a proud, elitist group of beings that consider themselves superior to all other creatures. The fourth book also has a variation on the species called an Alcetaur, which is part man, part moose. Centaur appears in the novel by (, 1963).
The author depicts a rural Pennsylvanian town as seen through the optics of the myth of Centaur. An unknown and marginalized local school teacher, just like the mythological Chiron did for Prometheus, gave up his life for the future of his son who had chosen to be an independent artist in New York. Gallery [ ] •.