The story in this form belongs to the time of Virgil , who first introduces the name of Aristaeus by the time of Virgil's Georgics , the myth has Aristaeus chasing Eurydice when she was bitten by a serpent and the tragic outcome. A Critical Anthology , London:
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Early examples include the Breton lai Sir Orfeo from the early 13th century and musical interpretations like Jacapo Peri 's Euridice , though titled with his wife's name, the libretto is based entirely upon books X and XI of Ovid 's Metamorphoses and therefore Orpheus' viewpoint is predominant.
The Muses also gathered up the fragments of his body and buried them at Leibethra  below Mount Olympuswhere the nightingales sang over his grave.
Here lived Orpheus, the Ciconian, it is said — a wizard who at first collected money from his music, together with his soothsaying and his celebration of the orgies connected with the mystic initiatory rites, but soon afterwards thought himself worthy of still greater things and procured for himself a throng of followers and power.
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Examples include IrishScottishDonkey pornoKoreanand Japanese clans, which exist as kin groups within their respective nations.
Roman Orpheus mosaic , a very common subject.
The Sexual Culture of the French Renaissance.
The Graces , Linus of Thrace.
Some say that it was made by Orpheus the Thracian, others by Abairis when he had come from the Hyperboreans.
After a course of seventy-five stades the stream hereupon disappears under the earth.