Joseph Black

Joseph Black.

Joseph Black was a Scottish chemist and physician, known for his discovery of specific heat, latent heat, magnesium and carbon dioxide.

Moirai

Archäologischer Park von Paphos.

The Moirs or Moirai are a group of goddesses of fate in Greek mythology.

Hermes

Sogenannter "Hermes Ingenui" nach der Inschrift auf dem Sockel, die den Namen des Bildhauers oder des Stifters angibt.

In Greek mythology, Hermes is the Olympian god of messengers, of frontiers and travelers crossing them, of wit and commerce in general, of cunning, of thieves and liars, and the one who guides souls in the underworld, Hades. In later Roman mythology he was called Mercury.

Cronus

Griechischer Gott Kronos

In Greek mythology, Cronus was the chief of the first generation of Titans, divine descendants of Gaea and Uranus.

Peleus

Peleus vertraut seinen Sohn Achilles dem Zentauren Chiron an.

Peleus is in Greek mythology king of the Myrmidons of Phthia in Thessaly, the son of Aiakos and Endeis.

Aeneas

Archäologisches Nationalmuseum in Neapel.

Aeneas is a figure in Greek and Roman mythology, son of the mortal Anchises and Aphrodite

Trojan Horse

Achilles, der sich um den von einem Pfeil verwundeten Patroklos kümmert, gekennzeichnet durch Inschriften auf dem oberen Teil der Vase.

The Trojan horse is a war machine that, according to legend, was used by the Greeks to conquer the city of Troy.

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