By D. María Trimble
The 1st booklet within the Amáne of Teravinea sequence. whilst a hero emerges within the state of Teravinea, he frequently rises from the ranks of the dragon riders. some time past, just one girl has healthy the profile. formerly ... Fifteen-year-old Amáne unearths herself witness to the hatching of a dragon egg. The painful linking ceremony creates a bond among the 2 that can not be damaged. She and her dragon, Eshshah, develop into the one dragon and rider in a state that when abounded with the gorgeous creatures and their riders. Amáne and Eshshah are thrown right into a clash that they don't but comprehend. something is certain — the destiny of the dominion rests upon their shoulders...
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Who’s who in classical mythology 30 Ajax see AIAS. Alalcomeneus A hero of Plataea in Boeotia, who founded there the Great Daedala, a festival commemorating a tiff between Zeus and Hera, and its amusing conclusion (he is also called Cithaeron). See also ATHENA; HERA. Alastor (‘avenger’) Son of Neleus of Pylos and brother of Nestor. He married Harpalyce and was killed by Heracles in raids on Pylos. Albunea An Italian nymph with the power of prophecy who lived at Tibur (Tivoli) in central Italy, in the stream Albula which joins the Anio.
One day Aphrodite came to Anchises while he was looking after sheep on Mount Ida. Zeus, angry with her for laughing at the other gods and goddesses when they succumbed to her snares, made her fall in love with this handsome mortal. She appeared before him as a mortal girl and from their union on the mountains Aeneas was born.
Aias the son of Oileus was small and fleet of foot and a great spear-thrower. He wore a linen corselet, and led a large contingent of forty ships to Troy. In character too he was markedly different from Aias the son of Telamon, being arrogant and conceited and hateful to the gods, especially Athena. At Patroclus’ funeral games he gratuitously insulted Idomeneus over the chariotrace. In the foot-race, which he should have won, Athena took the victory from him and gave it to Odysseus, while Aias the son of Oileus slipped in cow-dung and cursed Athena for his failure.
Amáne of Teravinea (The Chosen One, Book 1) by D. María Trimble