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Clues to the meaning of this celestial feature Cepheus is a crowned king in royal robes, whose foot is planted on the Pole star Polaris.
On the Farnese globe 2nd century A. He was the son of Belus Belosking of Egypt. Cepheus is husband of Cassiopeiaand their daughter is Andromeda.
His wife was proud of their daughter's beauty and boasted that Andromeda was more beautiful than the Sea Nymphs, the Nereids who were daughters of Poseidon Neptune.
The Nereids complained to Poseidon who sent a sea monster, Cetusto ravage the coast. With his kingdom in grave danger Cepheus consulted the oracle of Ammon in Libya for advice. He learned that the only way to save his kingdom was to sacrifice his daughter to the sea monster.
Andromeda is chained to a rock and left to the mercy of the monster. The hero, Perseusarrives at the scene and falls in love with Andromeda, he has a quick consultation with Cepheus and Cassiopeia, it is agreed that if he rescues their daughter he could marry her.
The sea monster arrives and Perseus kills it. Perseus breaks the chains that bind Andromeda to the rock. The later Hindus knew Cepheus, or Kepheus, as Capuja, adopted from Greece; but a linguist George Hewitt claims that with their prehistoric ancestors Cepheus represented Kapi, the Ape-God, when its stars alpha and gamma, Alderamin and Alraiwere the respective pole-stars of 21, and 19, B.
The Greek word kepos, ape, resembles cepheus or kepheos. The verb 'to ape' is to mimic characteristics of others which is what actors do and this might relate to the astrological influences given for Cepheus by Manilius below who lauds his acting talents.
Cepheus is depicted in the garb of a tragic actor. Cepheus is depicted with one foot on the polar star PolarisAlruccabah in the picture above. The Pole star is at the apex of the heavens. His name may be related to the word ape, the word 'ape' might also relate to the 'apex', the highest point?
Aratos called it Iasidao Cepheus to which Germanicus around 19 A. Latinized it to Iasides; or Iasid by the Harvard translators.
For their name, too, has come unto heaven, for that they were near akin to Zeus [Note by translator: Cepheus himself is set behind the Bear Cynosura Polarislike to one that stretches out both his hands.
From her tail-tip to both his feet stretches a measure equal to that from foot to foot. Cepheus, King of Aethiopia, father of Andromeda by Cassiepeia. He was descended from Io whose father, according to one version, was Jasus, son of Argos Apollod.
Io had an affair with Zeus who transformed her into a cow to hide her from the jealous gaze of his wife Hera. The goddess was not fooled and sent a gadfly to torment her. The husband of Cassiopeia is sometimes said to be Epaphus, by whom she bore Libya.
She is also said to have been the wife of Cepheus of Ethiopia [ Grimal ]. According to Apollodorus, Cassiopea's name was Memphis and the city of Memphis was named after her [ 1 ]. Epaphus was married to Cassiopeiawhich might make him Cepheus, or Kepheus.
He was born in Euboea Herodotus, Strabo or according others in Egypt [ 2 ]. Many see a relationship between the word Cepheus or Kepheus and the Semitic cephas or kephas, a rock. Jesus said to Peter: Ephaistos is Phaistos, and has added the eta e by attraction; that is obvious to anybody".
But the fire brought down from heaven to earth is less intense, and wants the strengthening and support which is found in matter: Sometimes it is said that Hera alone produced him and that he has no father.
He was physically ugly maybe apelike?In the novel The City of Ember there are many themes including team work. Team work is a massive part of this story, the two main characters Doon Harrow and Lina Mayfleet work together and to complete a task never imaginable.
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