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" Adored with sacrifice and oxen slain ; Where, as the years revolve, her altars blaze, And all the tribes resound the goddess... "
Illustrations of Euripides, on the Ion and the Bacchae - Página 3
por Richard Paul Jodrell - 1781
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The Anabasis: Or, Expedition of Cyrus, and the Memorabilia of Socrates

Xenophon - 1860 - 518 páginas
...was the fourth king of Athens. II. ii. 547 : Athena the fair, where great Erectheus sway'd, That owed his nurture to the blue-ey'd maid, But from the teeming...birth, The mighty offspring of the foodful earth. Pope. 1 The continent meant is the country of Thrace, which, in the earliest times, reached to the boundaries...
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The Writings of Origen, Volumen2

Origen - 1872
...grew a child whom Minerva brought up and called Erichthonius, " That owed his nurture to the blue-eyed maid, But from the teeming furrow took his birth, The mighty offspring of the foodf ul earth." * It is therefore evident, that if we admit Minerva the daughter of Jupiter, we must...
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The Iliad, tr. by Pope

Homerus - 1870
...liquid plain : Athens the fair, where great Erectheus swayed, That owed his nurture to the blue-eyed maid, But from the teeming furrow took his birth, The mighty offspring of the foodful earth. 660 Him Pallas placed amidst her wealthy fane, Adored with sacrifice and oxen slain ; Where as the...
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The Rámáyan of Válmíki: Translated Into English Verse, Volumen1

Vālmīki - 1870
...GOKRESIO. 8 SitiS means a furrow. ' Great Erectheus swayed, That owed his nurture to the blue-eyed maid, But from the teeming furrow took his birth, The mighty offspring of the foodful earth.' Iliad. Book II. In strength and grace the maiden grew, My cherished daughter, fair to view. I vowed...
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The Iliad, tr. by A. Pope, with notes by T.A. Buckley

Homerus - 1874
...liquid plain. (Athens the fair, where great Erectheus sway'd, That owed his nurture to the blue-eyed maid, But from the teeming furrow took his birth, The mighty offspring of the foodful earth. Him Pallas placed amidst her wealthy fane, Adored with sacrifice and oxen slain ; Where, as the years...
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The Anabasis, Or Expedition of Cyrus, and the Memorabilia of Socrates

Xenophon - 1875 - 518 páginas
...was the fourth king of Athens. II. ii. 517 : Athena the fair, where great Erectheus sway'd, That owed his nurture to the blue-ey'd maid, But from the teeming furrow took his hirth, The mighty offspring of the foodful earth. Pope. ' The continent meant is the country of Thrace,...
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Homer's Iliad

Homer - 1877 - 544 páginas
...liquid plain: (Athens the fair, where great Erectheus sway'd, That owed his nurture to the blue-eyed maid, But from the teeming furrow took his birth, The mighty offspring of the foodful earth. GGO Him Pallas placed amidst her wealthy fane, Adoied with sacrifice and oxen slain ; Where, as the...
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The Iliad of Homer

Homer - 1878 - 459 páginas
...THE SHIPS. 39 (Athens the fair, where great Erectheus sway'd. That owed his nurture to the blue-eyed maid, But from the teeming furrow took his birth, The mighty offspring of the foodfull earth. 6CO Him Pallas placed amidst her wealthy fane, Ador'd with sacrifice and oxen slain...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1903 - 672 páginas
...liquid plain (Athens the fair, where great Erectheus sway'd, That owed his nurture to the blue-eyed But from the teeming furrow took his birth, The mighty offspring of the foodfull earth. 6«o Him Pallas placed amidst her wealthy fane, Ador'd with sacrifice and oxen slain;...
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