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ID: 901000330
Page link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/ia/901000330
Record Type: Character/Person

Icarus (Greek character)

Note: In Greek mythology, son of the inventor Daedalus who perished by flying too near the Sun with waxen wings.

Names:
Icarus (Greek character) (preferred,English-P,D,N)
Ikaros (Greek character) (English,U,N)
Ἴκαρος, (Greek character) (Greek,U,N)

Hierarchical Position:
Legend, Religion, Mythology (P)
....<Greek iconography> (P)
........<Greek characters> (G)
............Icarus (Greek character) (I)
Related Iconography:
child of .... Daedalus
..........(Legend, Religion, Mythology, Greek iconography, Greek characters, Daedalus (Greek character)) [901000329]

Other Relationships:
role/characteristic is .... legendary character
.....(characters (people by activity), people by activity, people (agents), People (hierarchy name)) (AAT)
culture/religion is .... Ancient Greek (culture or style)
.....(Aegean periods, Aegean, Mediterranean (Early Western World), Early Western World, styles, periods, and cultures by region, Styles and Periods (hierarchy name)) (AAT)

Sources:
Icarus (Greek character)
................Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-)
................Library of Congress Authorities online (2002-) sh 85063964
................Iconclass 2100 Browser (2009-) 95A(Icarus) (story of) Icarus, son of Daedalus
Ikaros (Greek character)
................Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-)
Ἴκαρος, (Greek character)
................Wikipedia (2000-) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icarus
Iconography Record Sources:
................ Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-)
................ Library of Congress Authorities online (2002-) sh 85063964
................ Iconclass 2100 Browser (2009-) 95A(Icarus) (story of) Icarus, son of Daedalus

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