The Tragedies of Ăschylus

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Harper, 1882 - 394 pages
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Page 318 - and let Lycian Apollo be propitious to all the youth. And may Jove render the earth fruitful with increase at all seasons: and may the herds that feed before [the city] in like manner
Page 300 - he who has not found them gentle, knows not whence come the ills of life
Page 171 - The bound of honor, or in act or will, That way inclining,
Page 230 - heavy on the chambers of the women. Interpreters too of these dreams, bound to veracity, declared on the part of the gods, that those beneath the earth
Page 282 - him indeed who possesses pure hands no wrath from us steals, but free from harm he passes his life : but whoever, committing
Page 284 - to speak ill of one deformed is far from proper, and justice is absent from it.
Page 314 - temples of the country's gods, and the seats of those who guard the city, and that there may be safety to us proceeding through the city : but the appearance of our form is not
Page 284 - at my image, and to you resembling no race of beings produced, nor beheld among goddesses by gods, nor yet like to mortal forms; but for
Page 233 - cause of all, doer of all : for what is accomplished among mortals without
Page 233 - corpse in defiance of what is right, like an odious raven in my

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