Phoenix

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Phoenix most often refers to:

Phoenix may also refer to:

Mythology[edit]

Greek mythological characters[edit]

Mythical birds called phoenix[edit]

  • Egyptian Bennu
  • Hindu Garuda and Gandaberunda
  • Firebird (Slavic folklore), in Russian Zharptitsa, Polish Żar-ptak, Slovak Vták Ohnivák, also Hungarian Tűzmadár
  • Persian Simurgh, in Arabian Anka and Turkish Zümrüdü Anka, Georgian Paskunji
  • Chinese Fenghuang, in Japanese Hō-ō, Tibetan Me Byi Karmo
  • East Asian Vermilion Bird in Chinese Zhu Que, Japanese Suzaku, Korean Jujak or Bulsajo, Vietnamese Chu Tước
  • Chol (bible), Avarshina, Urshinah or other transliterations of אורשינה

Other mythological charaters[edit]

  • Phenex, a demon that appears in the form of a phoenix

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Individual vessels

  • Phoenix, involved in the 1688 Siege of Derry
  • Phoenix (1792), involved in the sea otter trade
  • Phoenix (1794), the first ship built in Russian America
  • Phoenix (1798 ship), made one voyage in 1824 carrying convicts to Tasmania; grounded, condemned, and turned into a prison hulk; broken up in 1837
  • Phoenix (boat), a steamboat built 1806–1807
  • Phoenix (1809 ship), built in France in 1809; captured by the British Royal Navy in 1810; employed as a whaling ship from 1811 to 1829
  • Phoenix (1810 ship), a merchant vessel launched in 1810; made one voyage to India for the British East India Company; made three voyages transporting convicts to Australia; wrecked in 1829
  • Phoenix (1815 steamer), a steamboat that burned on Lake Champlain in 1819; its wreck is a Vermont state historic site
  • Phoenix (1821 whaler), a Nantucket whaling vessel in operation 1821–1858
  • Phoenix (1845), a steamship that burned on Lake Michigan in 1847 with the loss of at least 190 lives
  • USCS Phoenix, a U.S. Coast Survey ship in service from 1845 to 1858
  • Phoenix (1929 ship), a Danish ship built in 1929
  • SS Flying Lark, which went by the name Phoenix from 1946 to 1948
  • Phoenix (fireboat), a 1955 fireboat operating in San Francisco, California
  • Phoenix (1973), a rescue vessel used to save migrants, refugees and other people in distress in the Mediterranean Sea

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