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" Pirithous beheld him, he was seized with admiration; he stretched out his hand as a token of peace, and cried, "Be judge thyself — what satisfaction dost thou require?" "Thy friendship," replied the Athenian, and they swore inviolable fidelity. "
The mythology of ancient Greece and Italy: for the use of schools - Page 145
by Thomas Keightley - 1859 - 220 pages
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The mythology of ancient Greece and Italy. By Thomas Keightley ...

Thomas Keightley - History - 1838 - 564 pages
...receiving information, went to repel the plunderers. The moment Peirithoos beheld him, he was seized with secret admiration ; he stretched out his hand...the Athenian ; and they swore inviolable fidelity. Like faithful comrades, they aided each other in every project. Each was ambitious in love, and would...
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Lempriere's Classical dictionary, abridged by E.H. Barker

John Lempriere - 1843
...was seized with secret admiration, and, stretching out his hand as a token of peace, exclaimed, " lie judge thyself! What satisfaction dost thou require..." Thy friendship," replied the Athenian ; and they thereupon swore eternal fidelity. Theseus and Pirithous were both present at the hunt of the Calydonian...
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Grecian and Roman Mythology

Mary Ann Dwight - Mythology, Classical - 1849 - 451 pages
...him, he was seized with secret admiration, and stretching out his hand in token of peace, exclaimed, " Be judge thyself ! what satisfaction dost thou require..." Thy friendship," replied the Athenian, and they thereupon swore eternal fidelity. There was now no danger too great for Theseus and Pirithobs to brave...
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The Age of Fable: Or, Stories of Gods and Heroes

Thomas Bulfinch - Animals, Mythical - 1855 - 485 pages
...of Athens. Theseus went to repel the plunderers. The moment Pirithous beheld him, he was seized with admiration ; he stretched out his hand as a token...ever continued true brothers in arms. Each of them aspired to espouse a daughter of Jupiter. Theseus fixed his choice on Helen, then but a child, afterwards...
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Grecian and Roman Mythology: For Schools. With a Series of Illustrations

Mary Ann Dwight - Mythology, Classical - 1864 - 335 pages
...him, he was seized with secret admiration, and stretching out his hand in token of peace, exclaimed. "Be judge thyself! what satisfaction dost thou require?"..." Thy friendship." replied the Athenian, and they thereupon swore eternal fidelity. There was now no danger too great for Theseus and Pirithoos to brave...
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The Classic Myths in English Literature: Based Chiefly on Bulfinch's "Age of ...

Charles Mills Gayley - Mythology, Classical - 1893 - 540 pages
...Thessalian beheld him, he was seized with admiration ; and stretching out his hand as a token of peace, he cried, " Be judge thyself, — what satisfaction dost...; and they swore inviolable fidelity. Their deeds corresponding to their professions, they continued true brothers in arms. When, accordingly, Pirithotis...
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The Classic Myths in English Literature

Charles Mills Gayley - English literature - 1893 - 540 pages
...Thessalian beheld him, he was seized with admiration ; and stretching out his hand as a token of peace, he cried, "Be judge thyself, — what satisfaction dost...Athenian; and they swore inviolable fidelity. Their deeds corresponding to their professions, they continued true brothers in arms. When, accordingly, Pirithoiis...
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The classic myths in English literature

Thomas Bulfinch - English literature - 1893 - 539 pages
...Thessalian beheld him, he was seized with admiration ; and stretching out his hand as a token of peace, he cried, "Be judge thyself, — what satisfaction dost...; and they swore inviolable fidelity. Their deeds corresponding to their professions, they continued true brothers in arms. When, accordingly, Pirithous...
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The Age of Fable; Or, Beauties of Mythology

Thomas Bulfinch - Courage - 1898 - 501 pages
...of Athens. Theseus went to repel the .plunderers. The moment Pirithous beheld him he was seized with admiration ; he stretched out his hand as a token...professions, and they ever continued true brothers in anus. Each Battle of the Amazons (Vatican, Rome;. of them aspired to espouse a daughter of Jupiter....
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The Age of Fable; Or, Beauties of Mythology

Thomas Bulfinch - Courage - 1898 - 501 pages
...of Athens. Theseus went to repel the plunderers. The moment Pirithous beheld him he was seized with admiration ; he stretched out his hand as a token...thyself, — what satisfaction dost thou require? fhy friendship," replied the Athenian, and they swore inviolable fidelity. Their deeds corresponded...
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