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List Of Peaks Named Olympus
... Olympus is a popular mountain name, given to several peaks on Earth and one on Mars ... Name USGS link State County USGS map Coordinates Mount Olympus California San Diego Pechanga 33°24′39″N 117°06′06″W / 33.41083°N 117.10167°W / 33.41083 -117.10 ...
... or Λείβηθρα) was a city close to Olympus where Orpheus was buried by the Muses ... of Libethra have been found and there exists an archeological site close to Olympus ... "In Larisa I heard another story, how that on Olympus is a city Libethra, where the mountain faces, Macedonia, not far from which city is the tomb of Orpheus ...
Olympus, Tennessee
... Olympus was a community in Pickett County, Tennessee, that was once the site of a post office and was the birthplace of U.S ... Olympus was first established as a post office in 1834, when the community was part of Overton County ... The Olympus post office was at different locations at different times ...
Pterippus - Olympus
... Pegasus and Athena left Bellerophon to forge some sweet goods and continued to Olympus where he was stabled with Zeus' other steeds, and was given the task of carrying Zeus ...
True Pic - Newer TruePic Versions
... TruePic V engine is used in the Olympus Pen E-P1, E-P2, E-PL1 and XZ-1 ... TruePic V+ engine is used in the Olympus E-5 ... TruePic VI engine is used in the Olympus Pen E-P3, E-PL3, E-PM1, XZ-2 and OM-D ...

Famous quotes containing the word olympus:

    Could truth perhaps be a woman who has reasons for not permitting her reasons to be seen? Could her name perhaps be—to speak Greek—Baubo?... Oh, those Greeks! They understood how to live: to do that it is necessary to stop bravely at the surface, the fold, the skin, to adore the appearance, to believe in forms, in tones, in words, in the whole Olympus of appearance! Those Greeks were superficial—out of profundity!
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)