acis defined in 1939 year

acis - Acis;
acis - In classical mythology, a shepherd of Sicily: son of Faunus, beloved by the nymph Galatea. His rival, Polyphemus the Cyclops, crushed him to death with a mass of rock, whereupon the gods changed his blood into a stream of the same name at the foot of Mt. Etna. The story, told by Ovid, is the basis of Handel's secular oratorio, Acis and Galatea.

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