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laajempi käsite lapset
liittyy '...no one knows the Son except the Father...' ~ sayings of Christ (Matthew 11:27), 'Pietà', 'Vesperbild', 'Marienklage' (ei muita läsnä): Maria suree Kristusta, jolla joko on tai ei ole orjantappurakruunu päässään, 'Pius Aeneas': Aeneas pakenee palavasta Troijasta, taluttaen poikaansa Ascaniusta ja kantaen selässään isäänsä Anchisesta Penateksen kanssa; hänen vaimonsa Creusa, joka lähtee heidän mukanaan, katoaa matkalla, 'as a shepherd (the Son of Man) separates the sheep from the goats' (Matthew 25:32), 'he who loves his son will whip him often' ~ father spanking his son, 'pidyon ha-ben', redemption of the first-born son ~ Jewish ceremonies, A. Postumius Tubertus has his son decapitated for fighting against his orders, Aedon with her sister slays her son, Itys, and sets him before her husband Polytechnus to eat as punishment for his violence to Chelidon, Aedon, envious of Niobe's numerous children, tries to kill the eldest, but by mistake kills her own son Itylus, Aepytus (a third son of Cresphontes) is saved by Merope and sent out of the country, Alcmaeon kills Eriphyle, his mother, Alcon shoots the serpent that was coiling around his son, without harming the child, Amulius usurps the throne of King Numitor of Alba Longa after killing his sons, Antiochus I (Soter) and Stratonice: by taking Antiochus' pulse when Stratonice enters the room, the physician discovers that the love for his stepmother is the cause of his illness (King Seleucus subsequently hands his kingdom and his wife over to his son), Arsinoe's two sons by Lysimachus are murdered in their mother's arms, Athamas kills his son Learchus, Atreus' banquet: Thyestes is served with the flesh of his own sons, Bartholomew healing his mother's hand, Cain and Abel learn to assist their father; Cain by farming, Abel by herding, Christ blessing the bread and fish brought by a boy, Cleobis and Biton draw their mother's chariot to the temple of Juno, Coriolanus (C. or Cn. Marcius) is met by his wife Volumnia (alternatively called Vergilia) with their two small sons, and his mother Veturia (alternatively called Volumnia); they entreat him not to fight any more, Cornelia produces her two young sons, Tiberius and Gaius S. Gracchus, to a Roman matron who had shown off her jewellery, Daidaloksen ja Ikaroksen lento, David consoles himself over Amnon's death and longs for Absalom, Dryope changed into a lotus-plant: Dryope is changed into a lotus-plant, when to please her little boy she picks a flower from a lotus-plant (i.e. Lotis metamorphosed) which then starts to bleed (Ovid, Metamorphoses IX 331), Elisha promises the Shunammite woman a son in return for her hospitality, Emperor Septimius Severus upbraids his son Caracalla for having attempted to murder him, and handing over a sword enjoins him to try again, Evilmerodach tearing to pieces the corpse of his father, Ezekiel's parable of the just father, his wicked son and just grandson (Ezekiel 18), Garuda, half man half bird, defeats the snakes by which his mother was held in slavery, Hannah has three more sons and two daughters after Samuel, Hector's farewell to his wife Andromache and his young son Astyanax, Hecuba finds her dead son Polydorus on the sea-shore, Idomeneus had vowed to sacrifice the first creature he would meet in Crete should he return safely; on arrival this proves to be his son, Iisakin uhraus (Genesis 22), Iphis is brought up as a boy, Jacob blesses his sons, Jacob reproving his sons, Jesse brings David (who was herding the sheep) before Samuel, Jesse sends his son David to Saul, Jonathan shoots the arrow(s), while David is hidden in a shelter; a boy runs after the arrow(s), King Ahaz burns his own son as a sacrificial offering, King Astyages forces Harpagus to eat the flesh of his own son, because he had disobeyed the king's orders in not putting to death the infant Cyrus, L. Junius Brutus has his two sons beheaded because they joined a conspiracy, Lamech kills Cain: Cain is accidentally shot dead by an arrow of the blind Lamech, who is assisted in the hunt by his son Tubalcain, Latona entreats her children Apollo and Diana to punish Niobe, Lycurgus puts his own son to death, mistaking him for vine shoots, and prunes the corpse of its limbs, Manasseh sacrifices his own son as a burnt offering, Marcus Oppius saves his aged father from the proscriptions of the Triumvirate by carrying him out of the city on his back, Mattathias on his deathbed instructing his sons (1 Maccabees 2:49-70), Mercury brings the child (Ion) to Delphi to be brought up as a priest, Merope tries to kill Aepytus with an axe but recognizes her son in time, Micah returns to his mother the money he had stolen from her, Nero surveying the body of his mother Agrippina, Oedipus marries Jocasta, not knowing she is his mother, Oedipus meets his father Laius, who is on a journey to Delphi; as Oedipus refuses to move aside for his carriage, a quarrel arises, Orestes kills his mother Clytaemnestra, and Aegisthus, Pelias and Neleus avenge their mother Tyro, by killing Sidero at the altar of Juno, where she had taken refuge, Phaedra's unsuccessful love-affair with her stepson Hippolytus, Pharaoh mourning his dead son ~ the tenth plague, Pirene changed into a fountain: when pining away for the loss of her son Cenchreus, who inadvertently had been killed by Diana, Pirene is changed into a fountain on Mount Helicon, Polyphontes kills Cresphontes and two of the latter's sons, and forces Merope to marry him, Priamos lunastaa Hektorin ruumiin (Ilias XXIV), Procne kills Itys, her son by Tereus, in order to serve him up as food to her husband, Pyhä Kolminaisuus, 'Trinitas coelestis'; Isä, Poika ja Pyhä Henki ~ kristinusko, Quintus Fabius Maximus on horseback visits his son and namesake in the camp; when ordered by the latter to dismount he submits cheerfully, Rebekah instructs Jacob and bids him to fetch two young goats, Saul's body, Scipio retrieves his wounded father Cornelius Scipio from the battle-field of Ticinus, Simeon and Levi bring the wounded son before Pharaoh, Simon Maccabeus and two of his sons killed at a banquet (1 Maccabees 16:15-17), Solomon and Bathsheba, St. Augustine taken to school by his mother Monica, St. Benedict leaving home with his nurse Cyrilla, St. Benedict miraculously mends the broken sieve of his nurse Cyrilla, St. Benedict receives his pupils St. Maurus and St. Placidus, presented to him by their fathers, St. Blaise saving the life of a boy who had half swallowed a fishbone: he places a pair of crossed candles at the boy's throat, St. Cyr(icus) mounted on a wild boar, St. Dominic resurrects young Napoleon Orsini, who was killed by a fall from his horse, St. Felicity and her seven sons are brought before the judge and condemned to death, St. Francis of Assisi rejects his earthly heritage; standing before the bishop he gives his fine clothes to his father; the bishop covers Francis with his cloak, St. Joseph as foster-father of Christ, holding the child in his arms or leading him by the hand, St. Julian slaying his father and mother lying in bed, Telemachus and Ulysses meet in Eumaeus' hut (Homer, Odyssey XVI), Telemachus returns to the palace, where he meets his mother, Torquatus has his son beheaded because he has fought an enemy in single combat against the strict orders of his father, Ulysses with his father Laertes, Zedekiah's sons are put to death while he looks on, a boy falls into the sea with a golden cup; St. Nicholas restores the boy and the cup to the boy's father, a little boy (Abas, Ascalabus, or Stellio) laughs at Ceres, because she drinks too avidly while she is resting at an old woman's house, a son is born to Ruth and Boaz (Ruth 4:13-20), annunciation of the birth of a son to Manoah and his wife, at last the lord sends his son, '... they cast him out of the vineyard, and killed him', banquet of Tantalus: he offers to the gods the flesh of his son Pelops, whom he had cut into pieces, benediction by the father ~ initiation of Jewish boy, boy (child between toddler and youth), bride's pageboy, child(ren) with one or both parents and one or more members of the preceding generation (family group), death of Eudamidas: on his deathbed, having no money, he entrusts his mother and daughter to the good care of his two friends; the testament of Eudamidas, death of Glaucus: the son of Minos falls into a honey-jar and is drowned, ...
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