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" Athenians, upon their return home, went to Euripides and thanked him in the most respectful manner for their obligations to his pen, some having been enfranchised for teaching their masters what they remembered of his poems, and others having got refreshments... "
The Tragedies of Euripides in English Verse: Preface. Euripides and his work ... - Page xix
by Euripides, Arthur Sanders Way - 1896
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Plutarch's Lives

Plutarch - Greece - 1857 - 688 pages
...number of Athenians, upon their return home, went to Euripides, and thanked him in the most respectful manner for their obligations to his pen; some having been enfranchised for teaching their * Though it i* not easy, as we have observed in a former note, to bring (he Crecían months to accord...
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Plutarch's Lives

Plutarch - Biography (Classical). - 1859 - 748 pages
...number of Athenians, upon their return home, went to Euripides, and thanked him in the most respectful manner for their obligations to his pen; some having...teaching their masters what they remembered of his poem«, and others having got refreshments when they were wandering about after the battle, for singing...
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Plutarch's Lives

Plutarch - Greece - 1860 - 668 pages
...number of Athenians, upon their return home, went to Euripides, and thanked him in the most respectful manner for their obligations to his pen; some having been enfranchised for teaching their • Though it U not easy, ai we have oljierved in a formel note, to bring the Grecian month! to accord...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears

Edward Isidore Sears - 1869
...number of Athenians, upon their return home, went to Euripides and thanked him in the most respectful manner for their obligations to his pen, some having...wondered at, since they tell us that when a ship from Cannus, which happened to be pursued by pirates, was going to take shelter in one of their ports, the...
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Plutarch's Lives, tr., with notes and a mem. by J. and W. Langhorne

Plutarchus - 1881
...number of Athenians, upon their return home, went to Euripides, and thanked him in the most respectful manner for their obligations to his pen ; some having...wondered at, since they tell us, that when a ship from Cannus, which happened to be pursued by pirates, was going to take shelter in one of their ports, the...
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A History of Greek Literature

Thomas Sergeant Perry - Greek literature - 1890 - 877 pages
...number of Athenians, upon their return home, went to Euripides and thanked him in the most respectful manner for their obligations to his pen, some having...when they were wandering about, after the battle, by singing a few of his verses. Nor is this to be wondered at, since they tell us that when a ship...
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The Pleasures of Life: Part I and, Part 2

Sir John Lubbock - Christian life - 1891 - 479 pages
...occasion a number of Athenians on their return home went t Euripides, and thanked him in the most grateful manner for their obligations to his pen ; some having...enfranchised for teaching their masters what they re-N membered of his poems, and others having procured refreshments, when they were wandering about...
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The Pleasures of Life Complete

Sir John Lubbock - Conduct of life - 1894 - 332 pages
...a number of Athenians on their return home went to Euripides, and thanked him in the most grateful manner for their obligations to his pen ; some having...what they remembered of his poems, and others having procured refreshments, when they were wandering about after the battle, by singing a few of his verses."...
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The Pleasures of Life, Complete

Sir John Lubbock - Conduct of life - 1895 - 332 pages
...home went to Euripides, and thanked him in the most grateful manner for their obligations to hispen ; some having been enfranchised for teaching their masters...what they remembered of his poems, and others having procured refreshments, when they were wandering about after the battle, by singing a few of his verses."...
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Pennsylvania School Journal, Volume 45

Education - 1896
...a number of Athenians on their return home went to Euripides and thanked him, in the most grateful manner for their obligations to his pen , some having...what they remembered of his poems, and others having procured refreshments and raiment, when they were wandering around after the hattle, by singing some...
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