Aristæus

Aristæus (Aristæ`us) , a son of Apollo, the guardian divinity of the vine and olive, of hunters and herdsmen; first taught the management of bees, some of which stung Eurydice to death, whereupon the nymphs, companions of Orpheus, her husband, set upon his bees and destroyed them. In this extremity Aristæus applied to Proteus, who advised him to sacrifice four bullocks to appease the manes of Eurydice; this done, there issued from the carcasses of the victims a swarm of bees, which reconciled him to the loss of the first ones.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Arianism
Aria`no
Ari`ca
Ariège
A`riel
Ariel
Aries
Ari`on
Arios`to, Ludovico
Ariovistus
Aristæ`us
Aristar`chus of Samos
Aristarchus of Samothrace
Ariste`as
Aristi`des
Aristion
Aristip`pus of Cyrene
Aristobu`lus I.
Aristode`mus
Aristom`enes
Aristophanes