Morta

Morta
   From Roman mythology, one of the Fates. The gods would spin the web of a person's destiny, and the Fates would carry out the gods' will by laying out the web, and cutting it when the person's life was to end. The three goddesses were called Moirai. They were Clotho (Spinner) who spun the thread of a persons life, Lachesis (Disposer of Lots) who determined the threads length and Atropos (Inflexible) who cut the thread when the person's life was to end. In modern Greek mythology, the Moirai will appear on the third night after a child is born and direct the course of its life. In Roman mythology, the Parcae (Fates) were Nona, Morta and Decuma. In French mythology, the Fates were called Parques. The Norse mythology called the Fates Norns. They were named Urth or Urd who was the past, Verthandi or Verdandi who was the present and Skuld who was the future. The Egyptians called the Fates the god Shai.

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  • MORTA — una ex Parcis, quod qui nascuntur ante tempus, vel post tempus, quasi monstra habeantur, Gell. l. 3. c. 16. Caesellius autem Vindex, in Lectionibus suis antiquis, Tria, inquit, nomina Parcarum sunt, Nona, Decima, Morta: et versum hunc Livii… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Morta — MORTA, æ, soll eineder Parcen seyn, Cæsell. ap. Gell. N. A. l. III. c. 16. Sie hat den Namen von μοῖρα, und soll des Todes Schicksal bedeuten. Not. ad Gell l. c. Man hat sie daher für der Griechen Κηρ gehalten, welche als ein Weib mit krummen… …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon

  • Morta — For other uses, see Morta (disambiguation). King Mindaugas, Morta s husband, as depicted in medieval chronicles Morta (baptized c. 1252 by the bishop of Chełmno, died c. 1263) was the Grand Duchess of Lithuania (until 1253) and later Queen of… …   Wikipedia

  • Morta — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Morta est un hameau situé dans la commune de Prunelli di Fiumorbo, département de la Haute Corse, région Corse. Morta est le nom latin de l une des trois… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Morta — Las Parcas (Sodoma, Giovanni Antonio Bazzi, c. 1525). Morta es, en la mitología romana, la tercera de las tres Parcas romanas. Determina la muerte de las personas; es quien corta el hilo de cada una de las vidas humanas. Se relaciona con la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • morta — mòr·ta s.f. 1. → morto 2a. TS idrol. tratto di alveo che si forma in un ansa di fiume abbandonata dalla corrente Sinonimi: mortizza. 2b. TS idrol. punto di un fiume in cui la corrente è meno forte 3. CO fig., colloq., rallentamento o stasi di un… …   Dizionario italiano

  • Morta (disambiguation) — Morta was Queen of Lithuania (1253 1262). Morta may also refer to: Morta (mythology), the goddess of death in Roman mythology Morta (wood), a semi fossilized wood See also Mão Morta, a Portuguese avant garde rock band This disambiguati …   Wikipedia

  • Morta (wood) — Morta is a semi fossilized wood. It is created when large trees are felled or overturned by geologic activity and become buried in an oxygen limited fashion, usually in peat or clay. The wood is unable to rot normally so it begins the long… …   Wikipedia

  • Morta Skuld — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Death Metal Gründung 1990 Auflösung 2004? Le …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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