Homer Hesiod Hymns Tragedy Remythologizing Tools Blackboard Info
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In Greek mythology the evil spirit of blame and mockery, according to Hesiod [Theog. 214] the son of Night. [According to Lucian, Hermotimus 20, he found fault with the man formed by Hephaestus for not having little doors in his breast, so as to allow of his secret thoughts being seen. In Philostratus (Ep. 21 = 37) the only faults he finds in Aphrodite are that she is too talkative and that her sandal makes too much noise.]
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