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" Aleian plain, 2 pining in his soul, and shunning the path of men. But Mars, insatiable of war, slew his son Isandrus, fighting against the illustrious Solymi. And golden-reined Diana, being enraged, slew his daughter. But Hippolochus begat me, and from... "
The Iliad of Homer - Page 112
by Homer - 1859 - 466 pages
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The Iliad, tr. into Engl. prose; with notes, by a graduate of the University ...

Homerus - 1825
...and gave me many charges to be ever brave, and to be superior to others, nor to disgrace the family of my fathers, who were by far the bravest in Ephyra and extensive Lycia. Of 210 this family and blood do I boast that I am." Thus he spake, and Diomede, brave...
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The Iliad, tr. with notes by T.A. Buckley

Homerus - 1851
...against the illustrious SolymL And golden-reined Diana, being enraged, slew his daughter. But Hippolochus begat me, and from him I say that I am born ; me he...addressed the shepherd of the people in courteous words : " Certainly thou art my father's ancient guest ; for in his halls noble CEneus once entertained blameless...
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The Iliad

Homer - Greek poetry - 1851 - 466 pages
...the illustrious Solymi. And golden-reined Diana, being enraged, slew his daughter. But Hippolochus begat me, and from him I say that I am born ; me he...addressed the shepherd of the people in courteous words : " Certainly thou art my father's ancient guest; for in his halls noble GEneus once entertained blameless...
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The Iliad

Homer - Greek poetry - 1851 - 466 pages
...from him I say that I am born ; me he sent to Troy, and gave me very many commands, always to tight bravely, and to be superior to others ; and not to...addressed the shepherd of the people in courteous words : " Certainly thou art my father's ancient guest ; for in his lulls noble CEueus once entertained blameless...
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