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The Mythology of the Constellations

www.comfychair.org/~cmbell/myth/myth.html

Ancient Greek and Roman myths about the stars and constellations.

Myths about Constellations - Windows to the Universe

www.windows2universe.org/mythology/const_nav.html

Constellations are formed of bright stars which appear close to each other on the sky, but are really far apart in space. The shapes you see all depend on your ...

Constellation Myths - The Stories Behind The Stars

www.gods-and-monsters.com/constellation-myths.html

Ever wonder why groups of stars are named certain things? Our mythologist explores the origin and meaning behind constellation myths.

Myths, Legends and Lore - Frosty Drew Observatory & Sky Theatre

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While the constellations are in general Latin names of Greek myths, the stars tend to be Arabic. Generally, planets and the larger asteroids take Roman names , ...

Constellations and Mythology - Astro-Tom.com

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Constellations and Mythology. The Northern Hemisphere, Circumpolar Constellations. Cassiopeia. Cassiopeia was the wife of King Cepheus. She was very ...

Mythology of the constellation Aquarius - Heavens-Above

www.heavens-above.com/myth.aspx?con=aqr&lat=0&lng=1&loc=Unspecified&alt=0&tz=CET&cul=en

This is the eleventh zodiacal sign and one which has always been connected with water. To the Babylonians it represented an overflowing urn, and they ...

The Constellations Web Page

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Constellations table. ... Constellation iOS App! The Constellations. Andromeda · Antlia The Air Pump, Apus Bird of Paradise, Aquarius Water Carrier, Aquila

Mythology of the constellation Taurus - Heavens-Above

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To the Egyptians TAURUS, The Bull, symbolised both Osiris and his sister Isis who were represented as a bull-god and cow-goddess respectively. In Greek ...

Mythology of the constellation Capricornus - Heavens-Above

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The representation of CAPRICORNUS, The Sea-Goat or Goat-Fish, as a creature with the head and body of a goat and the tail of a fish, may well have originated ...

Mythology of the constellation Aries - Heavens-Above

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Aries, The Ram, is the first of the twelve zodiacal constellations, and in Greek myth represents the animal whose fleece was sought by Jason and the Argonauts.

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Constellation Legends

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In Greek mythology, the eagle was associated with Zeus. (Jupiter), either as a servant who carried Zeus' messages down to humans on Earth or as a disguise ...

Greek Constellations

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Stories about the constellations from Greek mythology.

Greek Mythology: THE CONSTELLATIONS, STAR MYTHS 1

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Illustrated Guide to ancient Greek Star Myths. Descriptions and pictures of each constellation of myth.