- From Greek and Roman mythology, the hostile souls of the dead. They live in the Underworld and come to the Earth only on certain days. On these days offerings are made to the Manes.
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Manes (disambiguation) — Manes may refer to: Manes, the souls of deceased loved ones in Roman mythology Contents 1 People 2 Places 3 Other uses 4 See also … Wikipedia
Manes (king) — Manes (according to Greek mythology) was the eponymous first king of Maeonia, and later came to be known as the first king in line of the primordial house of Lydia, the Atyad dynasty (see List of Kings of Lydia). Manes was believed to be a son of … Wikipedia
Mánes Union of Fine Arts — The Manes Association of Fine Artists (in Czech, Spolek výtvarných umělců Mánes or S.V.U. c; commonly abbreviated as Manes) was an artists association and exhibition society founded in 1887 in Prague and named after the painter Josef Mánes. The… … Wikipedia
Manès Sperber — (12 December 1905 in Zabłotów near Kolomea, Austrian Galicia (today Zabolotiv, Ukraine), 5 February 1984 in Paris) was an Austrian French novelist, essayist and psychologist. He also wrote under the pseudonyms Jan Heger and N.A. Menlos. Sperber… … Wikipedia
Manes (band) — Manes Origin Norway Genres Avant Garde Metal Black metal Years active 1993–2011 Labels Hammerheart Records code666 Aural Music Kyrck Productions … Wikipedia
Manes Apartment — (Undenäs,Швеция) Категория отеля: Адрес: Svanhultsvägen 2, 546 94 Undenäs, Швеция … Каталог отелей
Manes — (pl.) Gods of the Lower World, in Roman religion, from L. manes departed spirit, ghost, shade of the dead, deified spirits of the underworld, usually said to be from L. manus good, thus properly the good gods, a euphemistic word, but Tucker… … Etymology dictionary
Manes — Ma nes, n. pl. [L.] (Rom. Antiq.) The benevolent spirits of the dead, especially of dead ancestors, regarded as family deities and protectors. [1913 Webster] Hail, O ye holy manes! Dryden. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Manes father of Atys — Manes was the eponymous first king of Maeonia (later known as Lydia) and father of Atys. He was the first king of the Atyad dynasty; see List of Kings of Lydia. (Histories 1.7, Herodotus) … Wikipedia
manes — [mā′nēz΄] pl.n. [ME < L < IE base * mā , good: see MAÑANA] [often M ] 1. in ancient Roman belief, the deified souls of the dead, esp. of dead ancestors 2. [with sing. v.] the soul or spirit of a dead person … English World dictionary