Saturday, 4 June 2016

A list - Sclavo - Scythian Amazons


ANDROMEDA Sclavo - Scythian

meaning of Andromeda in Slavic
Meda is mother bear and honey
men - Sl. Maz
Andro in Sl. means one from "unutra - in side"
man comes from 'inside' of a woman in reality.

Biblical sample is contrasting Slavic language because old ways of Goddess were primal enemies of new-old world order.

Judges 2:3      1Now the angel of the LORD came up from Gilgal to Bochim. And he said, “I brought you up out of Egypt and led you into the land which I have sworn to your fathers; and I said, ‘I will never break My covenant with you, 2and as for you, you shall make no covenant with the inhabitants of this land; you shall tear down their altars.’ But you have not obeyed Me; what is this you have done? 3“Therefore I also said, ‘I will not drive them out before you; but they will become "as thorns in your sides" and their gods will be a snare to you.’”4When the angel of the LORD spoke these words to all the sons of Israel, the people lifted up their voices and wept. 5So they named that place Bochim; and there they sacrificed to the LORD.



besides, Scythians are recorded as Scoloti



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AEGEA queen of the Amazons who was thought by some to have been the eponym of the Aegean Sea.
AELLA means “whirlwind”, castellan of Themiskyra and was so appropriate because she was a killer fighter. She was a double-axe wielder and was killed by Heracles when he came to take Hippolyta’s girdle. She was the first to attack him when war broke out. She was easily killed as Heracles’ lionskin made him invulnerable. There were actually nine women who challenged Heracles to single combat, knowing full well that he was invulnerable, before there was a group attack.
AEDON 'nightingale'
AETE 'mighty' or 'eagle'
AG
AGAVE ‘high born’ The exposure of newborn girls happened with appalling frequency in ancient Macedonian society, leading to the establishment of numerous ‘Parthenian Hills,’ places to leave such unfortunate children. In response, the movements of the many sacred hunters of Artemis and rangers of Athena began to cross these hills on a regular basis. It was on one such trip that Agave was found. She was named for her rich wrappings,which had been defaced to make her clan markings unreadable.
AGAMEDE ‘very cunning’ Founder of a city named for herself on the Amazon colony of Lesbos.
AGANIPPE ‘mare who kills mercifully’ A warrior and priestess of Artemis as Divine Hunter of Souls.
AGLAOPE ‘glorious face’
AGLAOPHOS / AGLAOPHEME ‘beautiful voice’ or ‘beautiful speech’
Ainia, enemy of Achilles and an Amazon, one of the twelve who accompanied Penthesilea to the Trojan War. Her name means “swiftness.”
AI
AINIPPE, an Amazon who fought with Telamon in the battle against Heracles’ troops. [05] Ainippe was one of the many Amazons who went after Herakles’ captains, after Hippolyte was killed, in order to avenge their Queen’s death. Her name means, “Swift Mare.”
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AKANTHA ‘bright flower’ or ‘burning sun’ Amazon, priestess of Athena.
AL
ALKIPPE / ALCIPPE 'might of horses' 
She chose to remain celibate, channeling her energies as far as possible into her war skills and shamanism. 
Alkippe became a respected trainer and advisor, as well as an esteemed warrior.
ALKYONE ‘queen who keeps away (storms)’ Daughter of Archippe. She was named for a war and sea aspect of Aphrodite, better known as the sister of Taygete the Pleiade.
ALEXIARES ‘warding off war’ Amazon warrior and granddaughter of Hera. Like her grandmother, she commanded the winds.
ALCIBIE fought with Penthesilea at Troy.
ALCINOE was an Amazon under Andromache. Her name means, “Mighty Wisdom.”
ALKIDIKE 'mighty justice' 
ALKAIA ‘mighty one’ Taurian, wore cap with bull ears and tail? was one of Queen Andromache’s Amazon generals. Her name means, “Mighty One.”
ALKIBIA ‘force of might’
ALKITHOE ‘impetuous might’
AM
AMASTRIS, who was believed to be the eponym of the city previously known as Kromna, although the city was also thought to have been named after the historical Amastris
AMYNOMENE was an Amazon serving under Orithia in the Attic War. Her name means, “Blameless Defender.”
AN
ANAEA ‘raising up’ She added considerably to the territory of the Thermodontine Amazons, establishing a city named for herself in Karia opposite Hera’s holy city of Samos. Her tomb there, like Orithia’s at Megaera, Myrene’s near Troy, and Antiope’s in Athens was a great pilgrimage site until Classical times. She was named for a Goddess associated with Artemis. an Amazon whose tomb was shown at the island of Samos. Anaea was an Amazon conqueror from the Thermodontine Amazons. She named a city after herself.
ANAXIMACHE ‘queenly warrior’ Phrygian immigrant
ANAXILEA ‘queenly lion’ An Amazon whose shield was emblazoned with a white bird, symbolizing Athena. Anaxilea was an Amazon whose name was one of royalty. She was believed to be of royal blood.
ANDRO ‘manly’ in final battle
ANDRODAIRA / ANDRODAIXA ‘subduer of men’
ANDROMEDA served Amazon Queen Andromache. Her name means, “Ruler of Men.”
ANIPPE ‘queenly mare’
ANTANDRE “one who goes before men” Antandre fought with Penthesilea at Troy. Her name means, “Preceding Men.”
ANTIANEIRA ‘against the sea’ succeeded Penthesilea as Queen of the Amazons. She was best known for ordering her male servants to be crippled “as the lame best perform the acts of love”. Antianeira was an Amazon in the Attic War. Dueled with Theseus in single combat. Antianara was the Amazon Queen of the Thermodon after Penthesilea was killed at Troy.
ANTIBROTE, was one of the twelve Amazons who helped Penthesilea temporarily liberate Troy.
Anti-brote meant Anti Brother as in Anti-Brat in Slavic.
ANTILEON ‘bold as a lion’ An immigrant from Egypt, she fought with Androdameia during the Third Doric Raid.
ANTIMACHE, served under Andromache. Her name means, “Confronting Warrior.” or ‘warrior of the opposition’
ANTIMACHOS, was an Amazon who fought in the Attic War.
ANTIOCHE ‘confronting the city’ Founder of the Pisidian city in Asia Minor, and its Phrygian twin. Both regions were Amazon territory at the time. A second Antioche was a leader in the Amazon tribe known as the Centaurs.
ANTIOPE ‘confronting Moon’ (not the queen) archer was the only Amazon ever known to marry. She was an Amazon Queen who was abducted by Heracles and brought to Athens where she fell in love and married Theseus (the King of Athens). She gave birth to a son during their marriage, and named him Hippolytus after her sister Hippolyta. Later in life, the Amazons attacked Athens, and Antiope fought on the side of Athens. She was run through with a spear by the Amazon Molpadia. Other stories say that after Antiope’s love affair with Theseus, he planned to marry another. She attacked on their wedding day, and it took Theseus, Herakles, and an army to kill her. Antiope was an Amazon Queen when Theseus attacked. When she was defeated, she married Theseus and had his son, Hippolytus (named after Queen Hippolyte). In one tale, Antiope survived the battle between the Amazons and Theseus, only to be betrayed by the Athenian king, who married another. Antiope attacked the day of the wedding with her Amazons. She had planned to massacre the guests. It took Theseus, his companions and the invincible Herakles to kill her. The history of this Amazon queen is confused by propaganda and the fact that she shares her name with a warrior Goddess of Thebes. Antiope of Thebes was the second aspect of a triad of warrior Moon Goddesses. She descended to the underworld at the New Moon, attended by the crone figure Dirke ‘cleft.’ Each time the Moon reappeared after these few nights of darkness, Thebes rejoiced, and a bull, symbol of rebirth, was sacrificed and feasted on. It is from the ceremony of tossing a round cake representing the Full Moon onto the bull’s horns that the gruesome tale of Dirke’s death comes. The queen of Thebes was the embodiment of Antiope on earth, her older advisor the embodiment of Dirke. Occasionally their disagreements may have been severe enough to demand a ritual combat, or, more likely, the ceremonial combat was performed on the night of the first rising of the Waxing Moon. Dirke ‘lost’ each month, and the loss was well remembered. So much for Thebes. The name Antiope was popular among the Amazons, for it was carried by a queen, a princess, and an archer who gained fame in the Attic War. Queen Antiope’s capture and removal to Athens by Achayan pirates helped instigate that war, which included a massive slave revolt. Her death at the hand of Molpadia was not for treachery, but to save her from rape by the Athenian king. Her name means, “Confronting Moon.”
ANTIOPEIA was an Amazon archer in the Attic War.
ANYMONE ‘defender who is without fault’ One Amazon by this name fought for Orithia. The other was a great heroine of the Libyan Amazons, who drew water from a rock in the desert, saving her tribe.
ANYMONE 'defender who is without fault' 
One Amazon by this name fought for Orithia. The other was a great heroine of the Libyan Amazons, who drew 
water from a rock in the desert, saving her tribe.
ANAEA 'raising up' 
She added considerably to the territory of the Thermodontine Amazons, establishing a city named for herself in 
Karia opposite Hera's holy city of Samos. Her tomb there, like Orithia's at Megaera, Myrene's near Troy, and 
ANTIOPE ,Antiope's in Athens was a great pilgrimage site until Classical times. She was named for a Goddess associated 
with Artemis.
ANAXILEA 'queenly lion' 
An Amazon whose shield was emblazoned with a white bird, symbolizing Athena.
ANDRODAMEIA was an Amazon who fought in the Attic War. Her name means, ‘tamer of men’ A queen of the Thermodontine Amazons who defeated one of the leading Greek generals in single combat during the Third Doric Raid. Another Androdameia participated in the Attic War.
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ANDROMACHE 'man fighter' 
One of the greatest of all the queens of the Thermodontine Amazons. Known for her bravery, she was 
consistently victorious in battle. Ruling with Glauke 'owl,' and Iphito 'shield strength' whom she also fought 
with side by side, her most famous conflict was with a horde of Greek pirates. The battle was later known as the 
First Doric Raid. 
Andromache fought Heracles and was defeated; only known from vase paintings. Not to be confused with Andromache, wife of Hector. Andromache, which means “man-fighter” or “man-killer,” and she was a famous and great Queen. Among other things, she fought with Herakles. One of the greatest of all the queens of the Thermodontine Amazons. Known for her bravery, she was consistently victorious in battle. Ruling with Glauke ‘owl,’ and Iphito ‘shield strength’ whom she also fought with side by side, her most famous conflict was with a horde of Greek pirates. The battle was later known as the First Doric Raid. Andromache successfully united the Thermodontine and Libyan Amazons against the invaders, resulting in a Libyan blockade that prevented the arrival of Greek reinforcements. At the height of the battle, she fought with her hair unbound, insuring that she remained a clear rallying point for her forces, and that no false claims could be made that she had died.
ANDROMACHE successfully united the Thermodontine and Libyan Amazons against the invaders, resulting in a 
Libyan blockade that prevented the arrival of Macedonian reinforcements. At the height of the battle, she fought with 
her hair unbound, insuring that she remained a clear rallying point for her forces, 
and that no false claims could be made that she had died. 
The council during her reign included: 
AINIPPE 'swift horse' 
ALKAIA 'mighty one' Taurian, wore cap with bull ears and tail 
ALKINOE 'mighty in wisdom' daughter of Nikippe 
ANAXIMACHE 'queenly warrior' Phrygian immigrant 
ANDROMEDA 'ruler of men' 
ANTIMACHE 'opposing warrior' 
AREXIMACHE 'excellent warrior'
AP
APOLLONIA ‘destroyer’ An Amazon queen better known as Cyrene, ancestress of the Thrakian tribe of the Milesians, who continued to be matrilinear into Classical times. A city on the shores of the Black Sea was called by this name.
APRIATE ‘without rancour’ Great heroine of Lesbos, named for a Sea Goddess.
AR
ARCHIPPE ‘dominant mare’
ARETO whose name is only attested in inscriptions on artefact. Areto was an Amazon who went with Pantariste to kill the captains and soldiers of Herakles to avenge the murder of Hippolyte. The Amazons won the battle. A member of the troupe led by Pantariste which dislodged the Greek pirates from the beach during the Second Doric Raid. Named for a Goddess of justice, she wore a snake insignia. She was also mother of Nausicaa, while the Goddess was a reputed teacher of Heraklaea. Her name means, “Unspeakable.”
AREXIMACHA ‘excellent warrior’ Areximacha was an Amazon under Andromache.
ARISTOMACHE was an Amazon who fought Mounichos in the Attic War. Her name means, “Best of Warriors.”
ARSIPPE ‘rearing horse’ also called Aristippe ‘best of horses’ Associated with bats, this Goddess was worshipped by some Scythian Amazons. One of her priestesses was driven from Orchomenos by priests of Dionysus, who often violently deposed the servants of ecstatic Moon and Night Goddesses with their mad god.
AS
ASTERIA, was named for the Titan mother of Hecate. She was the sixth slain by Herakles in single combat when he came for Hippolyte’s girdle. Even though the Amazons knew he was invulnerable, they still chose to fight bravely, challenging him one by one [Editor’s note: Just like all the bad do in X:WP and H:TLJ, they always go at the hero one at a time!]. Her name means, “Of the Sky.”
ASTRONOE ‘high minded one,’ or ‘one who knows the stars’ Priestess of Artemis, named for a Phoenician Goddess similar in nature to Cybele.
AT
ATANEA ‘of the opposition’
ATHTAR named for the Arab Sun Goddess
AU
AUTOCHTHE ‘created by oneself’ Daughter of Andromeda

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