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" ... So in the Iliad we see them at their feast, with Vulcan handing each the cup, pouring out nectar for them all. "And then inextinguishable laughter arose among the immortal gods, when they saw Vulcan bustling through the mansion. So they feasted all... "
The Iliad of Homer - Page 21
by Homer - 1859 - 466 pages
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The Iliad

Homer - Greek poetry - 1851 - 466 pages
...held, nor of the Muses, who accompanied him, responding in turn, with delicious Toice. But when tho splendid light of the sun was sunk, they retired to...with cunning skill had built a house for each. But tho Olympian thunderer Jove went to his couch, where he lay before, when sweet sleep came upon him....
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The Iliad

Homer - Greek poetry - 1851 - 466 pages
...and duties, its contentions for 7 See Buttmann, Lexil. p. 481. sun; nor did the soul want anything of the equal feast, nor of the beautiful harp, which...accompanied him, responding in turn, with delicious Toice. But when the splendid light of the sun was sunk, they retired to repose, each one to his home,...
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The Iliad, tr. with notes by T.A. Buckley

Homerus - 1851
...meaning of ivSeZia is due to Buttmann. T See Buttmann, Lexil. p. 481. sun; nor did the soul want anything of the equal feast, nor of the beautiful harp, which Apollo held, nor of the Muses, who accompanied bun, responding in turn, with delicious voice. But when the splendid light of the sun was sunk, they...
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Ten Great Religions: An Essay in Comparative Theology, Volume 1

James Freeman Clarke - Christianity and other religions - 1871 - 528 pages
...bustling through the mansion. So they feasted all day till sundown ; nor did the soul want anything of the equal feast, nor of the beautiful harp which...was sunk, they retired to repose, each one to his house, which renowned Vulcan, lame of both legs, had built. But Olympian Zeus went to his couch, and...
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Ten Great Religions

James Freeman Clarke - 1871
...bustling through the mansion. So they feasted all day till sundown ; nor did the soul want anything of the equal feast, nor of the beautiful harp which...was sunk, they retired to repose, each one to his house, which renowned Vulcan, lame of both legs, had built. But Olympian Zeus went to his couch, and...
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Ten great religions: an essay in comparative theology

James Freeman Clarke - Religions - 1888
...bustling through the mansion. So they feasted all day till sundown ; nor did the soul want anything of the equal feast, nor of the beautiful harp which...was sunk, they retired to repose, each one to his house, which renowned Vulcan, lame of both legs, had built. But Olympian Zeus went to his couch, and...
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Progress, Volume 1

Religion - 1895
..."bustling through the mansion. So they feasted all day till sundown; nor did the soul want anything of the equal feast, nor of the beautiful harp which...accompanied him, responding in turn with delicious voices." Clarke. Trojan War. To recover Helen, whom Paris carried off from Sparta, the Greeks...
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