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Colchis

'' and ''after'' in myth or dream, the aspect of myth that Ruck and Staples (1994:9) call "the suspension of linear chronology", a feature which is remarked upon in all introductions to Greek myth. Pasiphaë appeared in Virgil's ''Eclogue VI (Eclogues)'' (45–60), in Silenus' list of suitable mythological subjects, on which Virgil lingers in such detail that he gives the sixteen-line episode the weight of a brief inset myth. Armstrong 2006:171. In Ovid's '' Ars


Madrid

aviation enthusiasts rides on the restored aircraft. thumb The initial and final scenes were shot at the Aldeadávila Dam (File:Presa de Aldeadávila.jpg) between Spain and Portugal. Since the book was banned in the Soviet Union, the movie was filmed largely in Spain over ten months, Geraldine Chaplin appearance on the ''What's My Line?'', episode 814. Originally aired January 2, 1966 on CBS. Viewed on September 10, 2007. with the entire Moscow set being


Moscow

, a shrewd and sensible guardian sufficiently enlightened to recognize the needs of his country, and by no means inaccessible to Western ideas. thumb The initial and final scenes were shot at the Aldeadávila Dam (File:Presa de Aldeadávila.jpg) between Spain and Portugal. Since the book was banned in the Soviet Union, the movie was filmed largely in Spain over ten months, Geraldine Chaplin appearance on the ''What's My Line?'', episode 814. Originally aired January 2


Jerusalem

a connection with the Israeli nation throughout his life, particularly with such personalities as Golda Meir, Ariel Sharon, Jerusalem Foundation president Ruth Cheshin, and his close friend, then Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek. Spiegel also contributed to various Zionist causes. He spoke seven languages fluently: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew and Polish. Sam Spiegel appearance on ''What's My Line?'', episode 818. Originally aired January


Israel

with such personalities as Golda Meir, Ariel Sharon, Jerusalem Foundation president Ruth Cheshin, and his close friend, then Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek. Spiegel also contributed to various Zionist causes. He spoke seven languages fluently: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Hebrew and Polish. Sam Spiegel appearance on ''What's My Line?'', episode 818. Originally aired January 30, 1966 on CBS. Viewed on October 3, 2007. Whilst


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