It is a subject that interests few and repels many. However the few that it interests are those that understand the true beauty of this disciple and realize that no other subject can be studied without a basic understanding of mathematics. Moreover, almost all the processes and phenomenon that occur naturally are somehow based on maths or can be explained mathematically.
A late antique etymology offered by the 6th- and 7th-century CE archbishop Isidore of Seville accordingly derives the name of the phoenix from its allegedly purple-red hue. Because the costly purple dye from Phoenicia was associated with the upper classes in antiquity and, later, with royalty, in the medieval period the phoenix was considered "the royal bird".
In the 19th century scholastic suspicions appeared to be confirmed by the discovery that Egyptians in Heliopolis had venerated the Bennua solar bird observed in some respects to be similar to the Greek phoenix.
However, the Egyptian sources regarding the bennu are often problematic and open to a variety of interpretations. Some of these sources may have actually been influenced by Greek notions of the phoenix, rather than the other way around.
Indeed it is a great rarity, even in Egypt, only coming there according to the accounts of the people of Heliopolis once in five hundred years, when the old phoenix dies.
Its size and appearance, if it is like the pictures, are as follow: They tell a story of what this bird does, which does not seem to me to be credible: In order to bring him, they say, he first forms a ball of myrrh as big as he finds that he can carry; then he hollows out the ball, and puts his parent inside, after which he covers over the opening with fresh myrrh, and the ball is then of exactly the same weight as at first; so he brings it to Egypt, plastered over as I have said, and deposits it in the temple of the Sun.
Such is the story they tell of the doings of this bird. Tacitus says that its color made it stand out from all other birds. Even thus by the great sages 'tis confessed The phoenix dies, and then is born again, When it approaches its five-hundredth year; On herb or grain it feeds not in its life, But only on tears of incense and amomum .Saber (セイバー, Seibā) is the Saber-class Servant available to be chosen by Hakuno Kishinami in the Moon Cell Holy Grail War in Fate/Extra and Fate/Extra CCC.
She is one of the Servants of Ritsuka Fujimaru of the Grand Orders conflicts of Fate/Grand Order. She is often called Red Saber (赤セイ .
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In Greek mythology, a phoenix (/ ˈ f iː n ɪ k s /; Ancient Greek: φοῖνιξ, phoînix) is a long-lived bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again..
Associated with the Sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor.
According to some sources, the phoenix dies in a show of flames and combustion, although there are other sources that claim. May 05, · The desire doesn't necessarily have to be for the Grail or its wish.
For example: Medusa wanted to protect Sakura. Siegfried wanted to do something just because he wanted to for once.
[SERIOUS] Where is the line between fate and coincidence? [SERIOUS] Where is the line between fate and coincidence? serious replies only (rutadeltambor.comdit) submitted 4 years ago by [deleted] In life, when are you supposed to know the difference between something happening by coincidence, and something happening because it was supposed to?
. A coincidence is where two or more completely unrelated events occur at the same time, however some people who are strong believers in fate and destiny downplay or even disbelieve in coincidence believing that events however unconnected are . Author's Preface. This book is an attempt to place the relations of Sex in a new and decisive light.
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