Cupressus sempervirens, the Mediterranean cypress is a species of cypress
native to the eastern Mediterranean region, in northeast Libya, southern Albania,
southern coastal Croatia (Dalmatia), south...
In Greek mythology, twelve gods and goddesses ruled the universe from atop
Greece's Mount Olympus. ... Her symbols include the cypress tree and the deer.
... the Greek Gods. The legends and mythology about the Symbols of the Greek
Gods. ... Bow and Arrow; Deer; Hounds; Bears; Snakes; The moon; Cypress tree.
Tree Symbolism and Meanings with photos of the trees, symbols and ... God/
Goddess ... Cypress tree meaning includes understanding the role of sacrifice.
Greek Gods: Zeus- God of the sky, ruler of Mount Olympus and King of the Gods.
Symbols ... Symbols include the Moon, hound, she-bear, cypress tree. Athena- ...
Readers of these Symbol articles will be astonished at their breadth and
brilliance. ... Gloomy and forbidding but wonderfully stately, the cypress tree
bears with ... The association of the cypress with mourning can be traced to early
Greek ... and, despite Apollo's protests, wept until his body dried up - causing the
great god to...
Mar 13, 2010 ... The cypress tree has been associated with death and mourning for over two ... It
was a symbol of eternal death; because once the cypress tree was cut it ... tree
became the tree of death is told in Greek and Roman mythology.
The symbol of Leo, is regarded to have been derived from ancient Greek ...
CYPRESS TREE (the Faithfulness) - strong, muscular, adaptable, takes what life
For this reason is has been used as a symbol of the Virgin Mary. ... For this
reason, cypress trees are often planted in cemeteries. ... Fir trees are sometimes
used to represent God's elect because they stretch toward heaven. ... From the
Greek myth of Narcissus, the beautiful youth who fell in love with his reflection in
a pool ...
The plants and flowers of ancient Greece were rich in mythology: ranging ....
When he killed himself following the death of his beloved pet stag the god
transformed him into the cypress tree. ... The fir-cone was a symbol of the god's