Dans la mythologie grecque, Mélicerte (en grec ancien Μελικέρτης / Melikértês) est le fils d'Athamas et d'Ino, elle-même fille de Cadmos, fondateur de la célèbre cité de Thèbes. Il a un frère, Léarque.

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  • Dans la mythologie grecque, Mélicerte (en grec ancien Μελικέρτης / Melikértês) est le fils d'Athamas et d'Ino, elle-même fille de Cadmos, fondateur de la célèbre cité de Thèbes. Il a un frère, Léarque.
  • En la mitología griega, Melicertes (en griego, Μελīκερτης) era hijo de Ino y Atamante. Ino era hija de Cadmo y hermana de Sémele, madre de Dioniso, así que éste y Melicertes eran primos. Ino se suicidó arrojándose de los acantilados cercanos a Megara, y arrastró con ella a Melicertes. Los megarenses contaban que, mientras que el cuerpo de la madre fue devuelto a la orilla, cerca de la ciudad, y enterrado por las hijas de Clesón (hijo del egipcio Lélege), el del niño fue llevado por un delfín hasta el Istmo de Corinto, donde fue recogido por Sísifo, quien le dio sepultura, le erigió un altar junto a un pino y lo convirtió en dios marino protector de los Juegos Ístmicos con el nombre de Palemón (Παλαίμον).Ino se convirtió en la diosa Leucótea.
  • Melicertes, na mitologia grega, foi um dos filhos de Atamante e Ino, que foi deificado após ser morto (ou quase morto) pela própria mãe.
  • Melikertés (latinsky Melicertes) je v řecké mytologii synem orchomenského krále Athamanta.Jeho matkou byla Ínó, druhá manželka krále Athamanta, jeho bratr se jmenoval Learchos. Zatímco vlastní děti královna milovala, Frixos a Hellé z prvního králova manželství byly královně trnem v oku a intrikovala tak dlouho, až před ohrožením jejich života je uchránil beran se zlatým rounem, který je odnesl do daleké Kolchidy. Malá Hellé cestou spadla do moře a utopila se. Když poté se Ínó ujala výchovy maličkého boha Dionýsa, jehož rodiči byli Zeus a Semelé, Diova manželka Héra ze žárlivosti a z pomsty seslala na krále Athamanta šílenství. V záchvatu zloby král zabil Learcha. Ohrožoval i Melikerta, avšak Ínó ho chytila do náručí a skočila s ním do moře. Bohové jim zachránili život a dokonce je povýšili mezi sebe. Ínó přijala jméno Leukothea, z Melikerta se stal Palaimón. Přestože Ínó ve svém životě nebyla vždy laskavá a lidumilná osoba, nakonec došlo k proměně na ochránkyni plavců, ochotné vždy pomoci topícím. Proto také jim oběma řečtí i římští námořníci prokazovali úctu až do křesťanských dob.
  • Melicerte è una figura della mitologia greca, figlio di Atamante e di Ino, fratello di Learco.La dea Era fece impazzire Atamante e Ino, poiché allevarono Dionisio come se fosse una femmina. Atamante, impazzito, mentre cacciava, scambiò il figlio maggiore, Learco, per un cervo e lo uccise. La moglie, disperata, buttò Melicerte in un calderone bollente e poi si gettò con lui in mare. I naviganti rinominarono la madre Leucotea e Melicerte Palemone, perché li soccorrevano durante le tempeste. In seguito, furono istituiti da Sisifio, in suo onore, i giochi istmici. Altre tradizioni riferiscono che la madre si sia gettata in mare per sfuggire al marito che li inseguiva. Si tramanda, anche, che Ino, padre di Melicerte, odiasse la moglie e i figli avuti da lei, perché la riteneva causa di una tremenda carestia. Si diceva, inoltre, che il corpo di Melicerte fosse stato trasportato da un delfino all’Istmo di Corinto dove gli furono tributati vari onori. Nella versione di Ovidio, Nettuno, sollecitato da Venere, fa di Melicerte e della madre due divinità e muta il loro nome. I Romani lo chiameranno Portunno e i Greci Palemone. A Roma, Portunno aveva il santuario nel porto Tiberino, in suo onore il 17 agosto si celebravano i Portunalia, festa estiva dedicata alle acque, ultima di un ciclo che iniziava nel periodo di massima siccità.
  • Melikertes (griechisch Μελικέρτης) war der Sohn des Athamas und der Ino, Tochter des Kadmos. Melikertes wird von seiner von Hera mit Wahnsinn geschlagenen Mutter in einen Kessel mit siedendem Wasser geworfen. Als die Mutter wieder zu Sinnen kommt, stürzt sie sich mit dem Leichnam des Sohnes (der Sage nach vom molurischen Felsen bei Megara) ins Meer. Beide werden zu Meergöttern verwandelt: Ino wird Leukothea, Melikertes wird zu Palaimon, der auf einem Delfin reitend die Schiffe sicher in den Hafen geleitet. In der römischen Mythologie wurden Leukothea und Palaimon mit Mater Matuta und Portunus gleichgesetzt. Nach Nonnos (Dionysiaka 5,556) war Melikertes der Milchbruder des Dionysos. Das sei auch der Grund für seine Vergöttlichung und die seiner Mutter gewesen.Dem Melikertes zu Ehren wurden die Isthmien von Korinth gefeiert.
  • Segons la mitologia grega, Melicertes era un fill d'Atamant, rei d'Orcomen, i d'Ino.La seua mare, embogida i perseguida per Atamant, es va llançar al mar amb Melicertes. Els déus els van convertir en divinitats marines i, a Melicertes, li van canviar el nom pel de Palèmon.
  • Palaemon (Grieks: Παλαίμων) is een zeegod uit de Griekse mythologie.Hij werd als mens geboren onder de naam Melikertes, en was de jongste zoon van Cadmus' dochter Ino en van de Boeotische prins Athamas. Ino was een zus van Semele, die door een list van Hera door haar minnaar Zeus werd gedood. Na Semele's dood zorgde Ino voor haar neefje, de god Dionysus, waarop Hera ook háár strafte door haar krankzinnig te maken. Uiteindelijk wierp ze zich met haar zoon Melikertes in de zee, waarop zij beiden werden veranderd in de zeegoden Leucothea en Palaemon.Na deze metamorfose stuurde Zeus Palaemon op de rug van een dolfijn naar de Isthmos van Korinthe waar hij aan land ging en onmiddellijk vereerd werd. Te zijner ere zou de Korinthische koning Sisyphus de Isthmische Spelen ingesteld hebben.
  • Melikertes – syn Ino i Atamasa, wnuk Kadmosa i Harmonii, prawnuk Aresa i Afrodyty.Kiedy był dzieckiem, jego matka – w przypływie szału zesłanym przez Herę – wrzuciła go do wrzącej wody, a ojciec zabił jego brata Learchosa. Później Melikertes został morskim bogiem jako Palajmon.
  • Melikertész (ógörögül: Μελικέρτης – Melikertész, latinul Melicertes) a görög mitológiában Athamasz és Inó kisebbik fia, akivel együtt tébolyult anyja egy szikláról a tengerbe vetette magát. Az istenek Melikertészt Palaimón néven a bajba jutott hajósok védistenévé változtatták, Rómában pedig Portonus lett a neve. Az egyik monda szerint Melikertész holttestét egy delfin elvitte a Korinthoszi-földszorosig, ahol hódolattal Melikertész-Palaimónt, és az ő tiszteletére alapították az iszthmoszi játékokat.A legenda valószínűleg a föníciai Melkartra vezethető vissza.
  • In Greek mythology, Melicertes (ancient Greek Μελικέρτης, sometimes Melecertes, later called Palaemon Παλαίμων) is the son of the Boeotian prince Athamas and Ino, daughter of Cadmus.Ino, pursued by her husband, who had been driven mad by Hera because Ino had brought up the infant Dionysus, threw herself and Melicertes into the sea from a high rock between Megara and Corinth, Both were changed into marine deities: Ino as Leucothea, noted by Homer, Melicertes as Palaemon. The body of the latter was carried by a dolphin to the Isthmus of Corinth and deposited under a pine tree. Here it was found by his uncle Sisyphus, who had it removed to Corinth, and by command of the Nereids instituted the Isthmian Games and sacrifices in his honour.Palaemon appears for the first time in Euripides' Iphigeneia in Tauris, where he is already the "guardian of ships". The paramount identification in the Latin poets of the Augustan age is with Portunus, the Roman god of safe harbours, memorably in Virgil's Georgics. Ovid twice told the story of Ino's sea-plunge with Melicertes in her arms.Ovid's treatment in Fasti identifies for the first time as the location the Isthmus without literally naming it:A land there is, shrunk within narrow bounds, which repels twin seas, and single in itself, is lashed by two-fold waters.In later Latin poets there are numerous identifications of Palaemon with the sanctuary at the Isthmus, where no archaeological evidence was found for a pre-Augustan cult. In the late 2nd century CE, within the sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia, Pausanias saw a temple of Palaemon, with images in it of Poseidon, Leucothea and Palaemon himself. There is also what is called his Holy of Holies, and an underground descent to it, where they say that Palaemon is concealed. Whosoever, whether Corinthian or stranger, swears falsely here, can by no means escape from his oath. There is also an ancient sanctuary called the altar of the Cyclopes, and they sacrifice to the Cyclopes upon it.In company with Leucothea, Melicertes/Palaemon was widely invoked for protection from dangers at sea.There seems considerable doubt whether or not the cult of Melicertes was of foreign, probably Phoenician, origin, and introduced by Phoenician navigators on the coasts and islands of the Aegean and Mediterranean. For the Hellenes he is a native of Boeotia, where Phoenician influences were strong; at Tenedos he was propitiated by the sacrifice of children which seems to point to his identity with Melqart. The premature death of the child in the Greek form of the legend is probably an allusion to this.The Romans identified Palaemon with Portunus (the harbour god). No satisfactory origin of the name Palaemon has been given. It has been suggested that it means the "wrestler" or "struggler" and is an epithet of Heracles, with whom Melqart is identified by interpretatio graeca and referred to as the Tyrian Herakles, but there does not appear to be any traditional connection between Heracles and Palaemon. Melicertes being Phoenician, Palaemon also has been explained as the "burning lord" (Baal-haman), but there seems little in common between a god of the sea and a god of fire.In 1956 excavations at Isthmia by the University of Chicago under the direction of Oscar Broneer uncovered the small sanctuary of Palaimon, which eventually had a tiny Roman round temple in the Corinthian order, which appeared on coins of Corinth in the 2nd century CE; it was the successor to two previous more modest architectural phases of the sanctuary. The foundations of the temple were found to lie over the starting-line of a late 5th or early 4th century BCE stadium. Worship was characterized by the dedication of hundreds of wheelmade oil lamps of a distinct type. A cult of Melicertes of great antiquity, possibly based on pre-Hellenic figures of Ino and Melicertes, was posited by Edouard Will just previous to the site's discovery and refuted by John Hawthorne in 1958.
  • Melizertes (antzinako grezieraz Μελīκερτης), greziar mitologian, Ino-Leukotearen semea zen. Bere aita Atamante zen. Baina, bere ama Inok bere buruaz beste egin ondoren, Melizertes bera berarekin eramanez, Melizertes, Palemon itsas jainkoan bihurtua izan zen, Ino, Leukotea jainkosa izatera pasa zen bitartean. Bere amagandik, Palemon Dionisoren lehengusua zen. Hain zuzen ere, Ino, Kadmoren alaba eta Semeleren ahizpa zen, azken hau, Dionisoren ama zelarik.Inok, bere buruaz beste egin zuen, bere burua, Megaratik gertu zeuden amildegietatik boteaz, eta, megaratarrek, amaren gorpua, ertzera, hiritik gertu itzulia eta Lelege egiptiarraren seme zen Klesonen alabek lurperatua izan zen bitartean, umearen gorpua, izurde batek eraman zuen Korintoko istmoraino, non Sisifok hartu zuen, lurperatu, eta pinu baten ondoan aldare bat altxatu ziona, Palemon izenarekin jainko moduan ohoretuz. Izen hau, Istmoar Jokoen jainko babesle bihurtu zuenean.
  • Dalam mitologi Yunani, Melikertes (bahasa Yunani: Μελικέρτης) adalah anak dari Athamas dari Boiotia dan Ino, putri Kadmos. Melikertes disebut juga sebagai Palaimon (bahasa Yunani: Παλαίμων).
  • Меликерт (др.-греч. Μελικέρτης, имя заимствовано у финикийского бога Мелькарта) — в древнегреческой мифологии сын Ино и царя Орхомена Афаманта, брат Леарха. После того, как Гера наслала на его мать безумие и Ино бросилась в море вместе с сыном, Меликерт был превращён в младшее морское божество Палемона (др.-греч. Παλαίμων).Дельфин перенёс его на Коринфский перешеек, Сисиф похоронил его на Истме. В его память Сисиф учредил Истмийские игры.Палемон изображался как мальчик на дельфине. Ему приносили в жертву младенцев. Над могилой в Коринфе находился храм Палемона. Палемону посвящён LXXV орфический гимн.
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  • Dans la mythologie grecque, Mélicerte (en grec ancien Μελικέρτης / Melikértês) est le fils d'Athamas et d'Ino, elle-même fille de Cadmos, fondateur de la célèbre cité de Thèbes. Il a un frère, Léarque.
  • Melicertes, na mitologia grega, foi um dos filhos de Atamante e Ino, que foi deificado após ser morto (ou quase morto) pela própria mãe.
  • Segons la mitologia grega, Melicertes era un fill d'Atamant, rei d'Orcomen, i d'Ino.La seua mare, embogida i perseguida per Atamant, es va llançar al mar amb Melicertes. Els déus els van convertir en divinitats marines i, a Melicertes, li van canviar el nom pel de Palèmon.
  • Melikertes – syn Ino i Atamasa, wnuk Kadmosa i Harmonii, prawnuk Aresa i Afrodyty.Kiedy był dzieckiem, jego matka – w przypływie szału zesłanym przez Herę – wrzuciła go do wrzącej wody, a ojciec zabił jego brata Learchosa. Później Melikertes został morskim bogiem jako Palajmon.
  • Dalam mitologi Yunani, Melikertes (bahasa Yunani: Μελικέρτης) adalah anak dari Athamas dari Boiotia dan Ino, putri Kadmos. Melikertes disebut juga sebagai Palaimon (bahasa Yunani: Παλαίμων).
  • In Greek mythology, Melicertes (ancient Greek Μελικέρτης, sometimes Melecertes, later called Palaemon Παλαίμων) is the son of the Boeotian prince Athamas and Ino, daughter of Cadmus.Ino, pursued by her husband, who had been driven mad by Hera because Ino had brought up the infant Dionysus, threw herself and Melicertes into the sea from a high rock between Megara and Corinth, Both were changed into marine deities: Ino as Leucothea, noted by Homer, Melicertes as Palaemon.
  • Melizertes (antzinako grezieraz Μελīκερτης), greziar mitologian, Ino-Leukotearen semea zen. Bere aita Atamante zen. Baina, bere ama Inok bere buruaz beste egin ondoren, Melizertes bera berarekin eramanez, Melizertes, Palemon itsas jainkoan bihurtua izan zen, Ino, Leukotea jainkosa izatera pasa zen bitartean. Bere amagandik, Palemon Dionisoren lehengusua zen.
  • Melikertés (latinsky Melicertes) je v řecké mytologii synem orchomenského krále Athamanta.Jeho matkou byla Ínó, druhá manželka krále Athamanta, jeho bratr se jmenoval Learchos. Zatímco vlastní děti královna milovala, Frixos a Hellé z prvního králova manželství byly královně trnem v oku a intrikovala tak dlouho, až před ohrožením jejich života je uchránil beran se zlatým rounem, který je odnesl do daleké Kolchidy. Malá Hellé cestou spadla do moře a utopila se.
  • Меликерт (др.-греч. Μελικέρτης, имя заимствовано у финикийского бога Мелькарта) — в древнегреческой мифологии сын Ино и царя Орхомена Афаманта, брат Леарха. После того, как Гера наслала на его мать безумие и Ино бросилась в море вместе с сыном, Меликерт был превращён в младшее морское божество Палемона (др.-греч. Παλαίμων).Дельфин перенёс его на Коринфский перешеек, Сисиф похоронил его на Истме. В его память Сисиф учредил Истмийские игры.Палемон изображался как мальчик на дельфине.
  • Melikertész (ógörögül: Μελικέρτης – Melikertész, latinul Melicertes) a görög mitológiában Athamasz és Inó kisebbik fia, akivel együtt tébolyult anyja egy szikláról a tengerbe vetette magát. Az istenek Melikertészt Palaimón néven a bajba jutott hajósok védistenévé változtatták, Rómában pedig Portonus lett a neve.
  • En la mitología griega, Melicertes (en griego, Μελīκερτης) era hijo de Ino y Atamante. Ino era hija de Cadmo y hermana de Sémele, madre de Dioniso, así que éste y Melicertes eran primos. Ino se suicidó arrojándose de los acantilados cercanos a Megara, y arrastró con ella a Melicertes.
  • Melikertes (griechisch Μελικέρτης) war der Sohn des Athamas und der Ino, Tochter des Kadmos. Melikertes wird von seiner von Hera mit Wahnsinn geschlagenen Mutter in einen Kessel mit siedendem Wasser geworfen. Als die Mutter wieder zu Sinnen kommt, stürzt sie sich mit dem Leichnam des Sohnes (der Sage nach vom molurischen Felsen bei Megara) ins Meer.
  • Palaemon (Grieks: Παλαίμων) is een zeegod uit de Griekse mythologie.Hij werd als mens geboren onder de naam Melikertes, en was de jongste zoon van Cadmus' dochter Ino en van de Boeotische prins Athamas. Ino was een zus van Semele, die door een list van Hera door haar minnaar Zeus werd gedood. Na Semele's dood zorgde Ino voor haar neefje, de god Dionysus, waarop Hera ook háár strafte door haar krankzinnig te maken.
  • Melicerte è una figura della mitologia greca, figlio di Atamante e di Ino, fratello di Learco.La dea Era fece impazzire Atamante e Ino, poiché allevarono Dionisio come se fosse una femmina. Atamante, impazzito, mentre cacciava, scambiò il figlio maggiore, Learco, per un cervo e lo uccise. La moglie, disperata, buttò Melicerte in un calderone bollente e poi si gettò con lui in mare. I naviganti rinominarono la madre Leucotea e Melicerte Palemone, perché li soccorrevano durante le tempeste.
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