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Greek God : Boreas

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on 31 October 2012

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Greek Gods and Goddess James Gultiano Relating Objects & Symbols Boreas Myth Boreas & Orithyia Part 2 Final Full Image Winged Feet Snake Feet Wings The name of my God is Boreas... Boreas' relations... Boreas is responsible for... Name, Responsibility, Relating... Boreas can be pronounced as Boras, you can rarely hear people call him by septentrio, a word derived by "septem triones" (meaning seven oxen). Septentrio is also the source of the word septentrional, a synonym of Boreal meaning northern

The original Greek writing for Boreas is "Βορέας"
translated to Boréas. Boreas is responsible for blowing wind to the North direction. His breathe is cold. Because of this, Boreas is responsible for providing cold winds and winter to the land he blows at. Boreas is one of four Gods situated with the
Anemoi, the rulers of wind and weather, who are Boreas ruler of north, Notus ruler of south Eurus ruler of east, and Zephyrus ruler of west Boreas has wings reaching from his shoulders, to his knee caps Most of the time you can see Boreas with winged feet and sometimes the winged feet are replaced with snakes This is what the Greek thought he looked like Orithyia was a beautiful maiden, and the youngest daughter of Erechtheus, the King of Athens. Orithyia was the favourite of Erechtheus; he hoped she would stay in the protection of his arms forever. One day while Boreas the wind was blowing Athens, Boreas sighted Orithyia; Boreas deeply fell in love with her. Boreas requested of Erechtheus to let him marry Orithyia. Erechtheus said yes, but planned to make excuses to prevent the marriage from happening. Boreas was aware of this, and decided to run away with Orithyia. Boreas carried her up to the sky where they settled in Thrace where Orithyia gave birth to two daughters, and twin sons (These twins become later companions of Jason in his quest for the Golden Fleece) Boreas' roman equivalent is named Aquilo (or Aquilon). He is in charge of bringing winter to lands, and he controls the North wind Roman equivalent THE END Program used : Prezi FOR WATCHING Part 1 Part 2 Final Full Image Winged Feet Snake Feet Wings The name of my God is Boreas... Boreas' relations... Boreas is responsible for... THANKS Boreas can be pronounced as Boras, you can rarely hear people call him by septentrio, a word derived by "septem triones" (meaning seven oxen). Septentrio is also the source of the word septentrional, a synonym of Boreal meaning northern

The original Greek writing for this name is Βορέας
translated to Boréas. Boreas is responsible for the wind sourcing from the North. His wind is cold, that brings winter throughout the land he blows at. Boreas is one of four Gods situated with the
Anemoi, the rulers of wind and weather, who are Boreas ruler of north, Notus ruler of south Eurus ruler of east, and Zephyrus ruler of west Boreas has wings from his shoulders, to his knee caps Most of the time you can see Boreas with winged feet and sometimes the winged feet are replaced with snakes Boreas was a strong man, this is his full image Orithyia was a beautiful maiden, and the youngest daughter of Erechtheus, the King of Athens. Orithyia was the favourite of Erechtheus; he hoped she would stay in the protection of his arms forever. One day while Boreas the wind was blowing Athens, Boreas sighted Orithyia; Boreas deeply fell in love with her. Boreas requested of Erechtheus to let him marry Orithyia. Erechtheus said yes, but planned to make excuses to prevent the marriage from happening. Boreas was aware of this, and decided to run away with Orithyia. Boreas carried her up to the sky where they settled in Thrace where Orithyia gave birth to two daughters, and twin sons (These twins become later companions of Jason in his quest for the Golden Fleece) Boreas' roman equivalent is named Aquilo (or Aquilon). He is in charge of bringing winter to lands, and he controls the North wind Roman equivalent MODERN IMAGE CLASSICAl IMAGE
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