Curry (Greek myth)
Goddess controlling the beauty and the beauty that the curry (will of seventy years of age :Καλη, Kalē,Καλλε, Callē, "beautiful woman (Beauty)") comes up in a Greek myth, one of them of chalices (Cali Tess). In addition, I am called "chalice" (seventy years of age :Χάρις, Charis) and "curry chair" (seventy years of age :Καλλεις, Calleis) by another name. I omit a long vowel sign in Japanese and say the boyfriend.
It is not included in Aglaia, エウプロシュネー, "three gods of beauty" of Thalia whom Hesiodos nominates, but there are パーシテアー, curry, the opinion doing three with "three gods of beauty" of エウプロシュネー in a part.
Is called an another name "chalice" in a long piece epic "E ria" of Homerus and is done with the wife of God, ヘーパイストス of Kaji (when divorce アプロディーテー); . I was usually identified with Aglaia whom Hesiodos nominated. According to Robert グレーヴス, Homerus describes パーシテアー and the chalice of two people curry, but this can think about the thing which separated three words "Pasi thea cale" (mean "all male goddesses who looks beautiful to stand") by force .
According to the source thoratoss (Sostratus), I had a fight over beauty between アプロディーテー and three gods of beauty, chalices (as for the name パーシテアー, curry, エウプロシュネー) a rhetorician from ニュッサ of the first century B.C. テイレシアース judged a wife, curry of ヘーパイストス to be the most beautiful a blind foreteller in charge of a judgment person. アプロディーテー began to be angry at this result and changed テイレシアース into an old woman. Curry gave beautiful long hair for the return favor in テイレシアース and took it to Crete .
The name is Classical Greek, and "a beautiful woman" (Beauty) is a word used as a general description well to mean.
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