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Geographic and Ecological Information Model—“Portrait” of the Black Sea Kerch Strait

  • Dmitry Ya FashchukEmail author
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Abstract

The great tragedy of the classic of the ancient drama Aeschylus Prometheus Bound created at the turn of the VI–V centuries BC tells a touching story of love of the lord of all elements Zeus and daughter of Greek king Inachus beauty Io, maiden of Zeus’ wife Hera. According to myth, to hide dalliance from his jealous spouse, Thunder-Bearer transformed the passion into a white heifer. But Hera was not fooled. She demanded the heifer as a present and charged one hundred-eyed giant Argus to guard the heifer. However, the powerful lord of gods did not like this. He commanded Hermes to kill the guardian that has been done; Hermes cut off the head of Argos by crescent.

Keywords

Volume Transport Taman Peninsula Navigational Channel Crimean Region Crimean Coast 
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  1. 1.Institute of GeographyRussian Academy of ScienceMoscowRussia

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