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Los Nióbidas son los 14 hijos de Níobe (7 féminas y 7 varones).Homero establece su número en doce, Eurípides y el pseudo-Apolodoro hablan de catorce, y otras fuentes dan un número de veinte, cuatro (Heródoto), o dieciocho (Safo). Por lo general la mitad de los hermanos son varones y la otra mujeres. Niobideak, Nioberen hamalau seme-alabak dira (zazpi seme eta beste hainbeste alaba). Niobe, Letoz trufatu zen, honek bi seme-alaba baino izan ez zituelako (Apolo eta Artemisa) edo seme-alaba gutxi behintzat, Niobek berak, hamalau, edo behintzat seme-alaba ugari izan zuen bitartean. Dans la mythologie grecque, les Niobides sont les enfants d'Amphion et de Niobé, fille de Tantale. Leur mère s'étant vantée d'avoir eu plus d'enfants que Léto, mère d'Apollon et Artémis, les deux dieux les massacrent de leurs flèches. Niobidzi – w mitologii greckiej siedmiu synów i siedem córek Niobe. Ich matka wywyższała się ponad boginię Leto, więc z zazdrości dzieci Leto (Apollo i Artemida) zastrzelili Niobidów z łuku na oczach matki, co było karą za jej zbytnią dumę. Ниобидите Niobids са в древногръцката митология децата на Амфион от Тива и Ниоба. Според Аполодор - 7 сина и 7 дъщери: Агенор, Астикрация, Астиоха, Клеодокса, Дамасихтон, Евпинит, Исмен, Неера, Огигия, Пелопия, Федим, Фтия, Филомаха, Сипил, Тантал. Според Хигин: Архенор, Астикрация, Астинома, Хиас, Хлорида, Клеодокса, Дамасихтон, Евдокса, Евпинит, Исмен, Неера, Огигия, Федим, Фтия, Сипил, Тантал, Тера. In Greek mythology, the Niobids were the children of Amphion of Thebes and Niobe, slain by Apollo and Artemis because Niobe, born of the royal house of Phrygia, had boastfully compared the greater number of her own offspring with those of Leto, Apollo's and Artemis' mother: a classic example of hubris.The number of Niobids mentioned most usually numbered twelve (Homer) or fourteen (Euripides and pseudo-Apollodorus), but other sources mention twenty, four (Herodotus), or eighteen (Sappho).
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Los Nióbidas son los 14 hijos de Níobe (7 féminas y 7 varones).Homero establece su número en doce, Eurípides y el pseudo-Apolodoro hablan de catorce, y otras fuentes dan un número de veinte, cuatro (Heródoto), o dieciocho (Safo). Por lo general la mitad de los hermanos son varones y la otra mujeres. Los nombres de algunos de ellos son conocidos (las listas varían en función del autor):Biblioteca mitológica: Agenor, Asticratea, Astíoque, Cleodoxa, Damasictón, Eupinito, Ismeno, Neera, Ogigia, Pelopia, Fedimo, Ftía, Filomaque, Sipilio, Tántalo.Higinio: Arquenor, Asticratea, Astínome, Quías, Cloris, Cleodoxa, Damasictón, Eudoxa, Eupinito, Ismeno, Neera, Ogigia, Fedimo, Ftía, Sipilio, Tántalo, Tera.Ovidio: Alfenor, Damasictón, Ilioneo, Ismeno, Fedimo, Sipilio, Tántalo; no menciona los nombres de las hijas. Escolios sobre Eurípides: Alalcomeneo, Eudoro, Argeo, Lisipo, Fereo, Janto, Quíone, Clitia, Hore, Lamipe, Melia, Pelopia (según Ferécides); Arquenor, Arcágoras, Menéstrato, [falta un nombre], Asticratea, Ogigia, Pelopia (según Helánico). Lactancio Placido: Antágoro, Arquemoro, Eupinito, Fedimo, Sipilio, Tántalo, Jenarco, Asticratea, Cloris, Cleodoxe, Neera, Ogime (=Ogigia?) Pelopia, FegeaEl mito narra que Níobe se había burlado de Leto porque ella había tenido dos hijos (Artemisa y Apolo) o poca descendencia mientras ella tuvo catorce o mucha descendencia por esta razón Apolo y Artemisa los mataron dejando vivos sólo a dos de ellos.Apolo mató a seis hijos varones de Níobe mientras practicaban atletismo, y dejó vivo a Amiclas. Por su parte, Artemisa mató a seis de las hijas de Níobe dejando viva sólo a Melibea (Cloris). Éste fue el castigo aplicado a Níobe por Artemisa y Apolo por haberse burlado de su madre: Leto. Ниобидите Niobids са в древногръцката митология децата на Амфион от Тива и Ниоба. Според Аполодор - 7 сина и 7 дъщери: Агенор, Астикрация, Астиоха, Клеодокса, Дамасихтон, Евпинит, Исмен, Неера, Огигия, Пелопия, Федим, Фтия, Филомаха, Сипил, Тантал. Според Хигин: Архенор, Астикрация, Астинома, Хиас, Хлорида, Клеодокса, Дамасихтон, Евдокса, Евпинит, Исмен, Неера, Огигия, Федим, Фтия, Сипил, Тантал, Тера. Според Омир двамата имат 6 сина и 6 дъщери: Алфенор, Дамасихтон, Илионей, Исмен, Федим, Сипил, Тантал. Според Хезиод и Пиндар - 10 сина и 10 дъщериНиобидите са убити по нареждане на Лето. Niobideak, Nioberen hamalau seme-alabak dira (zazpi seme eta beste hainbeste alaba). Niobe, Letoz trufatu zen, honek bi seme-alaba baino izan ez zituelako (Apolo eta Artemisa) edo seme-alaba gutxi behintzat, Niobek berak, hamalau, edo behintzat seme-alaba ugari izan zuen bitartean. Arrazoi honegatik, Apolok eta Artemisak, Nioberen seme-alabak hil zituzten, bi izan ezik, Melibea alaben artean, Artemisak beste guztiak hil zituelarik, eta Minto, Amiklas edo Anfion, semeen artean, besteak, Apolok hil zituelarik. Hau izan zen Apolok eta Artemisak Nioberi eman zioten zigorra euren ama zen Letoz trufatzeagatik. In Greek mythology, the Niobids were the children of Amphion of Thebes and Niobe, slain by Apollo and Artemis because Niobe, born of the royal house of Phrygia, had boastfully compared the greater number of her own offspring with those of Leto, Apollo's and Artemis' mother: a classic example of hubris.The number of Niobids mentioned most usually numbered twelve (Homer) or fourteen (Euripides and pseudo-Apollodorus), but other sources mention twenty, four (Herodotus), or eighteen (Sappho). Generally half these children were sons, the other half daughters. The names of some of the children are mentioned; these lists vary by author:Bibliotheca: Agenor, Astycrateia, Astyoche, Cleodoxa, Damasichthon, Eupinytus, Ismenus, Neaera, Ogygia, Pelopia, Phaedimus, Phthia, Phylomache, Sipylus, TantalusHyginus: Archenor, Astycrateia, Astynome, Chias, Chloris, Cleodoxa, Damasichthon, Eudoxa, Eupinytus, Ismenus, Neaera, Ogygia, Phaedimus, Phthia, Sipylus, Tantalus, TheraOvid: Alphenor, Damasichthon, Ilioneus, Ismenus, Phaedimus, Sipylus, Tantalus; the daughters' names are not given.Scholiast on Euripides: Alalcomeneus, Eudorus, Argeius, Lysippus, Phereus, Xanthus, Chione, Clytia, Hore, Lamippe, Melia, Pelopia (according to Pherecydes); Archenor, Archagoras, Menestratus, [one son's name missing], Astycrateia, Ogygia, Pelopia (according to Hellanicus)Lactantius Placidus: Antagorus, Archemorus, Eupinytus, Phaedimus, Sipylus, Tantalus, Xenarchus, Astycrateia, Chloris, Cleodoxe, Neaera, Ogime (=Ogygia?) Pelopia, PhegeaOther different names were also mentioned, including Amyclas and Meliboea (also in Apollodorus, see below).Manto, the seeress daughter of Tiresias, overheard Niobe's remark and bid the Theban women placate Leto, in vain. Apollo and Artemis slew all the children of Niobe with their arrows, Apollo shooting the sons, Artemis the daughters. According to some sources, however, two of the Niobids who had supplicated Leto were spared: Apollodorus gives their names as Meliboea (Chloris) and Amyclas. Another apparent survivor is Phylomache, who is mentioned by Apollodorus as one of the two possible spouses of Pelias.The Niobids were buried by the gods at Thebes. Ovid remarked that all men mourned Amphion, for the extinction of his line, but none mourned Niobe save her brother Pelops. Niobidzi – w mitologii greckiej siedmiu synów i siedem córek Niobe. Ich matka wywyższała się ponad boginię Leto, więc z zazdrości dzieci Leto (Apollo i Artemida) zastrzelili Niobidów z łuku na oczach matki, co było karą za jej zbytnią dumę. Dans la mythologie grecque, les Niobides sont les enfants d'Amphion et de Niobé, fille de Tantale. Leur mère s'étant vantée d'avoir eu plus d'enfants que Léto, mère d'Apollon et Artémis, les deux dieux les massacrent de leurs flèches.
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