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Demetrius* - The Masquerade (Vinyl)

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  1. Demetrius also implies that he hopes she gets eaten by some "wild beasts" () and threatens to do her some "mischief" (seriously hurt her) if she doesn't scram ASAP (). Then our charming boy dashes off and leaves Helena all alone in the wood, presumably to be eaten by said "wild beasts.".
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  3. Demetrius. 1. A goldsmith of Ephesus, who made models of the famous temple of Diana at Ephesus, which he sold to foreigners, Acts Observing the progress of the gospel, not in Ephesus only, but in the regions around, he assembled his fellow-craftsmen, and represented that, by this new doctrine, not only their trade would suffer, but the worship of the great Diana of Ephesus was in.
  4. Jan 29,  · Demetrius II Nicator. Demetrius II (Ancient Greek: Δημήτριος Β, Dēmḗtrios B; died BC), called Nicator (Ancient Greek: Νικάτωρ, Nikátōr, "the Victor"), was one of the sons of Demetrius I Soter, brother of Antiochus VII Sidetes and his mother could have been Laodice urtrenexonapprinpunctencaratisfidd.coinfo ruled the Seleucid Empire for two periods, separated by a number of years of captivity in Hyrcania.
  5. DEMETRIUS (2) de-me'-tri-us (Demetrios, "belonging to Ceres"): The name of two persons: (1) A Christian disciple praised by John (3 John ).(2) A silversmith of Ephesus who manufactured the little silver shrines of the goddess Diana to sell to the visiting pilgrims ().Because the teachings of Paul were injuring the trade of the silversmiths, there arose a riot of which Demetrius was the chief.
  6. Directed by Delmer Daves. With Victor Mature, Susan Hayward, Michael Rennie, Debra Paget. In 1st century Rome, Christian slave Demetrius is sent to fight in the gladiatorial arena and Emperor Caligula seeks Jesus' robe for its supposedly magical powers.
  7. Demetrius I (/ d ɪ ˈ m iː t r i ə s /; Ancient Greek: Δημήτριος; – BC), called Poliorcetes (/ ˌ p ɒ l i ɔːr ˈ s iː t iː z /; Greek: Πολιορκητής, "The Besieger"), son of Antigonus I Monophthalmus and Stratonice, was a Macedonian nobleman, military leader, and finally king of Macedon (– BC). He belonged to the Antigonid dynasty and was its first.