Adonis in Greek mythology, is a central figure in various mystery religions. In
1966, Wahib Atallah wrote that the "cult of Adonis belonged to women," and
In Greek mythology, Adonis was the god of beauty and desire. Originally, he was
a god worshipped in the area of Phoenicia (modern – day Lebanon), but was ...
Adonis was a handsome young man, of beauty comparable to that of Endymion,
Ganymedes, Narcissus, Hyacinthus 1, Atlantius (also called Hermaphroditus), ...
Adonis. Adonis (ədōˈnĭs, ədŏnˈĭs) [key], in Greek mythology, beautiful youth
beloved by Aphrodite and Persephone. He was born of the incestuous union of ...
Though they could not afford the cost of formal education, Adonis's father taught
his son to read and helped him memorize poems while he worked on the family ...
Adonis definition, Classical Mythology. a youth slain by a wild boar but permitted
by Zeus to pass four months every year in the lower world with Persephone, ...
1 : a youth loved by Aphrodite who is killed at hunting by a wild boar and restored
to Aphrodite from Hades for a part of each year. 2 : a very handsome young ...
The name of Greek goddess Aphrodite's male lover, who was a great and
handsome hunter until a boar killed him. She turned him into a rose to rememb...
Adonis - Poet - Adonis was born Ali Ahmed Said in the village of Al Qassabin.
ADONIS - EZA SHI NHAR | ادونيس - إذا شي نهار; ADONIS - FI ZINI KTIR | ادونيس -
في زيني كتير; ADONIS - SHAJRET EL JARARANK; ADONIS - SHBABIK ...