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" Oceanus. There is the land and the city of the Cimmerians, shrouded in mist and cloud, and never does the shining sun look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament,... "
The First Crossing of Spitsbergen: Being an Account of an Inland Journey of ... - Page 302
by Sir William Martin Conway, John Walter Gregory - 1897 - 371 pages
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The Odyssey, done into Engl. prose by S.H. Butcher and A. Lang

Homerus - 1879 - 416 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals. Thither we came and ran the ship ashore and took out the sheep; but for our part we held on our way...
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The Odyssey of Homer

Homer - Epic poetry, Greek - 1879 - 416 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when he again turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals. Thither we came and ran the ship ashore and took out the sheep ; but as for us we held on our way along...
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Myths of the Odyssey in Art and Literature

Jane Ellen Harrison - Art and mythology - 1882 - 219 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals. Thither we came and ran the ship ashore, and took out the sheep ; but for our part we held on our way...
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The Odyssey of Homer: Done Into English Prose

Homer, Samuel Henry Butcher, Andrew Lang - Epic poetry, Greek - 1883 - 427 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals. Thither we came and ran the ship ashore and took out the sheep ; but for our part we held on our way...
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The Story of "primitive" Man

Edward Clodd - Archaeology - 1895 - 190 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals." Yet the Greeks were moderns as compared with their Eastern neighbours. When, in the sixth century B....
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Classical Geography

Henry Fanshawe Tozer - Classical geography - 1897 - 3 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when he again turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals'." The same conception is expressed in a modified form, though still only approximating to the reality,...
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L'allegro, Il Penseroso, Comus, and Lycidas

John Milton - 1900 - 130 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals." — Odyssey xi. 13-19 (Butcher and Lang). They were " known afterwards as a historical people, figuring...
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Milton's L'allegro, Il Penseroso, Comus, and Lycidas

John Milton - Elegiac poetry, English - 1900 - 130 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals." — Odyssey xi. 13-19 (Butcher and Lang). They were " known afterwards as a historical people, figuring...
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From Homer to Theocritus: A Manual of Greek Literature by Edward Capps ...

Edward Capps - Greek literature - 1901 - 476 pages
...look down upon them with his rays, neither when he climbs the starry heavens, nor when again he turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals." Reaching the place that Circe had declared unto to him, he dug a trench and filled it with the blood...
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The Dawn of European Civilization

Griffith Hartwell Jones - Europe - 1903 - 545 pages
...look down on them with his rays, neither when he climbs up the starry heavens, nor when he again turns earthward from the firmament, but deadly night is outspread over miserable mortals." The reader hardly needs to be reminded that, according to the Homeric notion of geography, Oceanos...
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