Exercises for Greek verse. [With] Key

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Page 45 - I Priapus am faithful to ships, since I boast that Thetis was The hostess of my father
Page 53 - Neither of the blessed Gods, nor of mortal men. Nor did the dogs bark:
Page 65 - the city of Priam, and the ships of the Greeks, And the Ilian battles, and Achilles
Page 34 - Life is a dangerous voyage; for, tempest-tossed in it, We often strike
Page 37 - the breast of Hector. I am black and rough; but do you
Page 90 - come now, If we are an evil, why do you marry us, if indeed we are really an evil
Page 6 - smiles and is gentle; For he has not his bow and fiery
Page 94 - to the name, Xanthippus, or Charippus, or Callippides. But I was for giving him
Page 128 - Then sing a monody from his Medea, " I am undone, I am undone, having
Page 123 - in chains, And how many grow old deprived of their children, And some,

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