CERBERUS, in Greek mythology, the dog who guarded the entrance to the lower world.
The third and twelfth labours may be solar, the horned hind representing the moon, and the carrying of Cerberus to the upper world an eclipse, while the last episode of the hero's tragedy is possibly a complete solar myth developed at Trachis.
Sonic Blade -- Cloud will gie you this after you defeat Cerberus.
Even talks of a merger with GM's major stockholder, Cerberus Capital, ended with no agreement.
In 2007, Cerberus Capital purchased 80.1 percent of Chrysler from DaimlerChrysler for an estimated $7.4 billion.
Amongst his children by Echidna are Cerberus, the Lernaean hydra, and the Chimaera.
Cerberus rhynchops; Hypsirhina plumbea, Homalopsis; Hipistes hydrinus of Siam has a compressed body, and much resembles the Hydrophinae in general appearance and its partly marine life.
The statue of Serapis in the Serapeum of Alexandria was of purely Greek type and workmanship - a Hades or Pluto enthroned with a basket or corn measure on his head, a sceptre in his hand, Cerberus at his feet, and (apparently) a serpent.
The anthropomorphic Isis and Horus were easily rendered in Greek style, and Anubis was prepared for by Cerberus.
One of the tasks imposed upon Heracles was to fetch Cerberus from below to the upper world, a favourite subject of ancient vase-paintings.
In the prose romance Les Prouesses et vaillances du preux Hercule (Paris, 1500), the hero's labours are represented as having been performed in honour of a Boeotian princess; Pluto is a king dwelling in a dismal castle; the Fates are duennas watching Proserpine; the entrance to Pluto's castle is watched by the giant Cerberus.
CERBERUS was the three headed dog that guarded the underworld in greek mythology.
Carrying Cerberus from Hades to the upper world.
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