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In Greek mythology, Thrasos[ pronunciation? ] (Greek Θράσος n.) is the personified concept of boldness.

Although the word θράσος itself could be used both in the positive ("courage") and the negative ("over-boldness, insolence") senses, [1] in the only context where Thrasos appears as a personification (a daemon), it is definitely a malicious and suspicious being, mentioned together with Hybris and Atë and opposed to Dike. [2] [3]

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References

  1. A Greek-English Lexicon compiled by H. G. Liddel and R. Scott. 10th edition with a revised supplement. – Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1996. - p. 804, under θράσος
  2. Aeschylus, Agamemnon 763 ff
  3. Theoi Project - Thrasos