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www.answers.com/Q/The_chariots_of_angry_gods_were_once_blamed_for

no one can answer that question, myself i dont believe in god and iam not religious but i guess when earthquakes and other "naturaldisasters" happed it may be ...

www.sparknotes.com/lit/medea/section10.rhtml

As Hyperion's chariot vanishes from sight, Jason laments this "grievous day" (line ... The play ends without him ever shouldering any of the blame for the murders; the ... Spoken by the chorus, the final lines of the play claim that the gods work ... Petty self-interest motivated Jason's divorce of Medea, and the intense anger she  ...

www.theoi.com/Titan/Phaethon.html

The name Phaethon means "the shining" or "radiant one" from the Greek verb ... His sisters, who had yoked the horses to the chariot, were metamorphosed into .... And Clymene, moved whether by his words or anger at the insult to herself, ...

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Quintus Arrius: In his eagerness to save you, your God has also saved the Roman fleet. 11 of 11 found this ... [Messala is mortally injured after being trampled in the chariot race]. Surgeon: We ..... Judah Ben-Hur: [angrily, to Esther] Why did you tell me they were dead? .... There was great blame there, very deeply regretted.

www.gradesaver.com/medea/study-guide/summary

The story is set after the ascent of Zeus, King of the gods, but is still near ... the children were killed by Creon's friends in revenge for the death of ... Jason bickers with his wife one last time, each blaming the other for what has happened . There is nothing Jason can do; with the aid of her chariot, Medea will ...

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Achilleus calls an assembly to ask the seer Kalchas why Apollo is angry. ... One of the Trojan elders, Antenor, recalls being impressed by the oratorical skill of ... The gods sit in council, and Zeus wonders if there is still a way to get Helen back ... Next Agamemnon meets Diomedes standing among the chariots, and again he  ...

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spare me your anger, please— such heavy blows ... Pray god such anger never seizes me, such rage you nurse. Cursed in your .... There were fifty fast black ships that bore his troops ... all the while I raged, and I was the one you blamed, down to the .... Hundreds of plunging war-teams dragging chariots down, snapping the ...

www.josephus.org/causeofDestruct.htm

Miraculous Phenomenon of Chariots in the Air ... This is one of his major themes, which we might call "The Pollution of the City. ... I cannot but think that it was because God had doomed this city to destruction, as a polluted city, and ... The Zealots were also in great expectation of their coming, and earnestly waited for them.

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May 23, 2013 ... The king was angry and blamed Elisha and set out to kill him. ... The Syrians, who worshiped false gods, were used by the Lord God .... The one who drives the lead chariot drives like Jehu son of Nimshi; he drives recklessly.