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Encyclopedia > Oded

In the Bible, there were two prophets called Oded. For other uses, see Bible (disambiguation). ...

  • The first was Oded, the father of Azariah.
  • The second was Oded the Samarian.

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Ode News Home (133 words)
Ode News is an occasional newsletter about dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) in southern New England.
Ode News is on-line due to the creativity, skill, and patience of
We are also very grateful to Steve Brewer and graduate students at the University of Massachusetts for providing the Web space within which most of the images on these pages are stored.
Ode - MSN Encarta (539 words)
The modern form of the ode dates from the Renaissance (14th to 17th centuries); like the Latin ode it is pure poetry, not intended for musical accompaniment.
The earliest English odes include the “Epithalamion” and the “Prothalamion,” or marriage hymns, by the 16th-century poet Edmund Spenser.
The popularity of the ode form waned during Victorian times (1837-1901), but interest in it was revived in the 20th century with works such as “Ode to the Confederate Dead” by the American writer Allen Tate and a variety of ode lyrics by the English poet W.
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