like Davis are always working, but they're also fanatical about physical fitness.
Famed for the dedication of war booty, it housed the world's most famous oracle and thousands of pilgrims came to consult the Pythia
about their future.
The Sweet Girl closes with a scene of intimacy between Pythias
and Tycho, her former slave: "I put my head on his shoulder, and after a while, he puts his arm around me" (236).
Although the story of the pair of perfect friends derived from Boccaccio and drew from similar classical precedent of similitude and sacrificial friendship in line with Damon and Pythias
and Orestes and Pylades, Foxe complicates the friendship through the introduction of a woman to whom Gesippus is betrothed and with whom Titus is in love.
The slave Athea, whom he buys for his wife Pythias
, is also a delight, and is used with great humour as a device for our understanding of how Pythias
finally got pregnant.
The Alzheimer's Association in partnership with the Coppin State University Helene Fuld School of Nursing presented the 4th Annual Pythias
A and Virginia I Jones African American Community Forum On Memory Loss on November 8.
In 1892, the Henry Highland Garland Garnet Lodge, sponsored by the Black Masons organization, began meeting twice weekly on West State Street, while the Black Knights of Pythias
, listed in the 1900 Ithaca City Directory, met on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at the Odd Fellows Hall.
Since we were friends, I thought of us as Damon and Pythias
, that we would always be friends, but she thought otherwise.
Regular ONE contributor Jim Kepner, writing under the pseudonym "Damon Pythias
," remarked in 1954: "[T]hey had stood at one time as a threat in my sub-conscious, but after a few meetings, I marveled to see develop my understanding and sympathy for their unique problem.
The 22nd annual Shy Person's Talent Show went off with many a hitch on Saturday night at the Knights of Pythias
Hall in Eugene, and people loved it.
And then Emslie and he worked together like Damon and Pythias
Jud was chancellor of the Knights of Pythias
and past president of the Knollwood Men's Golf Club among other things.
The institute's organizational founder and chief sponsor was the Order of Calanthe, the women's auxiliary of the Colored Knights of Pythias
This wasn't always the case, Skocpol notes--through the first half of the 1900s tens of millions of Americans were engaged in cross-class fellowship and civic activism through federated mass membership organizations like the Free Masons, the Knights of Pythias
and the American Legion.
It turns out all those silly-sounding civic associations--ranging from the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and the Eastern Star to the Knights of Pythias
and the Loyal Order of Moose--were critical.