Jeremy holman dating flirt com russian dating site
OCTAVO: Not to be confused with octave, above, octavo is a term from the early production of paper and vellum in the medieval period.
They were traditionally numbered at twelve, though accounts varied slightly in which deities fell into this category.
The Greeks saw the Olympian deities as contrasting with both the Twelve Titans (whom Zeus overthrew to establish his own reign) and with the older chthonic gods (i.e., the spirits of the dead, and fertility spirits of blood and vengeance associated the earth).
Several famous characters in myth and literature seem to haunted by a similar jealousy comparable to the phenomenon Freud describes.
For instance, Greek mythology is littered with younger deities that usurp their father's position and castrate the elder god after assuming power, such as the way Zeus overthrows Chronos.
Thus, an octavo is a book made of sheets of material folded three times, to create eight leaves, or sixteen pages, each about 4 inches wide and 5 inches high, to make a tiny book.