Ozymandias (disambiguation)


Ozymandias (disambiguation)

"Ozymandias" is a poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley and a competing poem by Horace Smith.

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The name may also refer to:

Historical persons

  • Ramesses II, pharaoh of Egypt, on whom the poems are based. Rameses II was known as Ozymandias in the Greek sources, from a transliteration into Greek of a part of Ramesses' throne name, User-maat-re Setep-en-re.

Fictional characters and artifacts

Writings

  • "Ozymandias", an ecotage handbook [1]
  • "Ozymandias", an essay by Aldous Huxley
  • "Ozymandias", a science fiction short story by Terry Carr
  • A cat in The Dream of the Stone, by Christina Askounis

Music

  • "Ozymandias", a song by The Sisters of Mercy
  • "Ozymandias", a song from the 2000 album Ichor by the Black League
  • "Ozymandias", a song from the 2005 album ...Waltzing Alone by The Guggenheim Grotto
  • Qntal IV: Ozymandias, a 2005 album by the German electro-medieval group Qntal
  • "My Name Is Ozymandias", a song from the 2006 album Gatsbys American Dream by Gatsby's American Dream
  • Ozymandias (pianist), a musical project by Swiss pianist Christophe Terrettaz

Television

  • "Ozymandias", an episode in the Beauty and the Beast television series
  • "Ozymandias" was the name of the owl in the 1970s children's fantasy series Ace of Wands

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