Thalia

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Thalia, Thalía, Thaleia or Thalian (/θəˈl.ə/; Greek: Θάλεια from θάλλειν "to bloom") may refer to:

Greek mythological figures[edit]

Literature[edit]

  • Thalia Awards, since 1993, named after Thalia, the muse of comedy
  • Thalia (magazine), German magazine on history, theatre, culture, philosophy, literature and politics
  • Thalia, the book written by Arius to defend the position he held in 325 at the First Council of Nicea

Flora and fauna[edit]

Notable people[edit]

  • Thalía (born 1971), Mexican singer and actress
  • Thalia Assuras (born 1951), anchor of energyNOW!, a TV news-magazine and opinion program produced by the American Clean Skies Foundation
  • Thalia C. Eley, Professor of Developmental Behavioural Genetics at the Institute of Psychiatry's MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre, King's College London
  • Thalia Field (born 1966), American writer and editor known for innovative fiction and interdisciplinary collaborations
  • Thalia Flora-Karavia (1871–1960), Greek artist and member of the Munich School who was best known for her sketches of soldiers at war
  • Thalia Mara (1911–2003), American ballet educator and author of books on the subject
  • Thalia Massie (1911–1963), member of a socially prominent family who became the genesis of a series of heavily publicized trials in Hawaii
  • Thalia Munro (born 1982), American water polo player for the UCLA Bruins and the US National Team, who won the bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics
  • Thalia Myers (born 1945), British concert pianist, teacher and animateur
  • Thalia Pellegrini (born 1978), British television presenter
  • Thalia Tran, American actress
  • Thalia Zedek (born 1961), American singer and guitarist

Fictional characters[edit]

Places[edit]

Australia[edit]

United States[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • 23 Thalia, an asteroid
  • Thalia (bookstore), a German retailer with outlets in Germany, Switzerland and Austria
  • Thalia Hall, a theatre and concert hall in Sibiu, Romania, home of the State Philharmonic of Sibiu
  • HMS Thalia, the name of three ships of the Royal Navy
  • MV Thalia, two German ships
  • Renault Thalia, a sedan version of Renault Clio, sold in some countries as Renault Symbol
  • Thalia wine, Portuguese wine made from the Trebbiano grape
  • The Thalians, American mental health organization

See also[edit]