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A Child's Guide to Mythology - Page 150
by Helen Archibald Clarke - 1908 - 399 pages
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The Age of Fable: Or, Stories of Gods and Heroes

Thomas Bulfinch - Mythology - 1855 - 485 pages
...without, and Parnassus, with his two peaks, and Ehodope, forced at last to part with his snowy crown. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia, Caucasus...high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds. Then Phaeton beheld the world on fire, and felt the heat intolerable. The air he breathed was like...
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The Age of Fable; Or, Beauties of Mythology

Thomas Bulfinch - Folklore - 1872 - 486 pages
...without, and Parnassus, with his two peaks, and Rhodope, forced at last to part with his snowy crown. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia, Caucasus burned, and Ossa and Pinclus, and, greater than both, Olympus ; the Alps high in air, and the Apennines srowned with clouds....
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The Classic Myths in English Literature

Charles Mills Gayley - English literature - 1893 - 539 pages
...without, and Parnassus, with his two peaks, and Rhodope, forced at last to part with his snowy crown. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia; Caucasus...intolerable. Then, too, it is said, the people of yEthiopia became black because the blood was called by the heat so suddenly to the surface ; and the...
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The Classic Myths in English Literature

Charles Mills Gayley - English literature - 1893 - 540 pages
...protection to Scythia; Caucasus burned, and Ossa and Pindus, and, greater than both, Olympus,—the Alps high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds....called by the heat so suddenly to the surface ; and the Libynn desert was dried up to the condition in which it remains to this day. The Nymphs of the fountains,...
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The Age of Fable; Or, Beauties of Mythology

Thomas Bulfinch - Courage - 1898 - 501 pages
...without, and Parnassus, with his two peaks, and Rhodope, forced at last, to part with his snowy crown. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia, Caucasus...and Ossa and Pindus, and, greater than both, Olympus I the Alps high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds'. ' Then Phaeton beheld the world on...
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The age of fable: or, Beauties of mythology

Thomas Bulfinch, William Henry Klapp - Mythology - 1903 - 456 pages
...without, and Parnassus, with his two peaks, and Rhodope, forced at last to part with his snowy crown. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia, Caucasus...high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds. Then Phaethon beheld the world on fire, and felt the heat intolerable. The air he breathed was like...
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Author's Digest: The World's Great Stories in Brief, Volume 18

Rossiter Johnson - Fiction - 1908
...towers; whole nations with their people were consumed to ashes. The forest-clad mountains burned. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia; Caucasus...high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds. Then, it is believed, the people of ^Ethiopia became black by the blood being forced so suddenly to...
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The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art Based Originally on ...

Charles Mills Gayley - English literature - 1911 - 597 pages
...OVID. Parnassus, with his two peaks, and Rhodope, forced at last to part with his snowy crown. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia ; Caucasus...high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds. Phaethon beheld the world on fire and felt the heat intolerable. Then, too, it is said, the people...
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The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art Based Chiefly on Bulfinch ...

Charles Mills Gayley - Mythology, Classical - 1911 - 597 pages
...OVID. Parnassus, with his two peaks, and Rhodope, forced at last to part with his snowy crown. Her cold climate was no protection to Scythia ; Caucasus...high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds. Phaethon beheld the world on fire and felt the heat intolerable. Then, too, it is said, the people...
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Children's Literature: A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and ..., Part 1923

Charles Madison Curry, Erle Elsworth Clippinger - Children - 1921 - 693 pages
...greater than both, Olympus, — the Alps high in air, and the Apennines crowned with clouds. Phaethon beheld the world on fire and felt the heat intolerable. Then, too, it is said, the people of Aethiopia became black because the blood was called by the heat so suddenly to the surface; and the...
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