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Graeae: In Greek mythology the Graeae, also called the Grey Sisters, were three sisters in Greek mythology who shared one eye and one tooth among them.

  • also known as Graiae

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Google previewWhiter than Snow & Diary of an Action Man (2009)

by Mike Kenny

Graeae is a world leader in developing and promoting disabled-led theatre for a diverse audience. With over 28 years' experience, the company is now uniquely positioned to showcase the excellence of disabled artists. From our new home in ...

Google previewDictionary of Classical Mythology (2014)

by Jennifer R. March

of cheek”, which suggests that they were young and lovely, and says that they were named Graeae, “Old Women”, simply because they were white-haired from birth. When they later play a part in the legend of PERSEUS they seem to live up to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Fairies in World Folklore and Mythology (2013)

by Theresa Bane

Variations: Crones, Graiai, Graiae The graeae were the grey-haired sea— NYMPHS from the mythology of ancient...

The graeae were said to live in Kisthene, the land of the rock rose, in a sea cave where they guard the road leading to the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

Graces Grace, Graeae, Gratiae (Latin) Also knownas:Charites. Good spirits who represented grace in giving, gratitude in receiving and grace in behavior.In early mythology the Graces were known as the Charites. The number of Graces varies ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Disability (2005)

by Gary L Albrecht

England: Graeae Theatre Group, composed of disabled ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of National Biography 2005-2008 (2013)

by Lawrence Goldman

An opportunity to perform at an international conference on disability and rehabilitation in Canada in 1980 spurred them on, and by the end of 1978 the company had a show, Sideshow, and a name, Graeae. The Graeae were three sisters in ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Beasts and Monsters in Myth, Legend and Folklore (2016)

by Theresa Bane

Source: Elsie, Dictionary of Albanian Religion, Mythology, and Folk Culture, 104 Graeae Variations: The Deion ("terrible ones"), Graes, Graiai In Greek mythology the Graeae ("gray ones" or "old ones") was the collective name of the three ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Greco-Roman Mythology (1998)

by Mike Dixon-Kennedy

Following Hermes' advice, Perseus visited the Graeae, sisters to the Gorgons, three old women who had been gray from birth and had only one tooth and one eye among them, which they passed among themselves as need be. Perseus ...

Google previewBryson's Dictionary for Writers and Editors (2011)

by Bill Bryson

Graeae. In Greek mythology, three sisters who guard the Gorgons. Graf, Steffi. (1969–) German tennis player. graffiti is, strictly speaking, a plural.

Google previewDictionary of Mythology, Folklore and Symbols (1961)

by Gertrude Jobes

Fu-tai-shih Fylgia Fylgukona Gabriel Ganda yah Gandharva Gar m Geush Urvan Gnome Graeae dGra-lha (Da -Iha) Grim & Hilde Hanuman Hapi Hardgrep Hariti (Kishibojin) Hastshehogan Hastsheyalti Hecate Hefedha Heimdal Hesperides ...

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Really nice massive typography on this building, which turns out to be a performance studio, led by disabled people...

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