- Gk. Πασιφάη (Pasipháē) (Wiktionary)
“Xenophon mentions the tale of "Bacchus and Ariadne," Pantomimically played, and Martial tells us he saw the whole story of "Pasiphae," minutely represented on the stage of the _Mimis_, and Plautus, in his epilogue to "Casina," has --”
“Suddenly we were having an intimate conversation about some relative of his, Pasiphae, and how she hired a famous architect to build her a wooden cow.”
“(Her mother, Pasiphae, had an unnatural craving for a white bull, the complicated satisfaction of which led to the birth of her half-brother, the Minotaur.)”
“How many Cretins does it take to screw a Pasiphae? ..”
“In days past the maiden Ariadne, daughter of Minos, with kindly intent rescued Theseus from grim contests — the maiden whom Pasiphae daughter of Helios bare.”
“They are pretty vague about wut queen Pasiphae was actually up to hiding in the wooden cow.. e.”
“It is beyond a doubt that in Egypt many women set the same example with goats, as Pasiphae did with her bull.”
“When he came to me on Pasiphae and showed me the disk, I was intrigued; the code used was top-level military grade, so whatever was on it had been very, very important to someone.”
“The moral of that story -- that Ixion's unnatural lust for the goddess, compunded by the fact that it was in fact a cloud or, in other accounts, the cloud nymph Nephele with whom he slept, could only produce monsters -- is echoed in other myths, such as that of Pasiphae and the Minotaur.”
“Pasiphae doth of her bull, whom she endeavoured to engage by all the coquetry practised with good success in the drawing room on the much more sensible as well as tender hearts of the fine gentlemen there.”
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