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Homer, The Odyssey (ed. Samuel Butler, Based on public domain edition, revised by Timothy Power and Gregory Nagy.) 80 0 Browse Search
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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 13, line 98 (search)
e. But suffer this mine eloquence (such as it is) which now Dooth for his mayster speake, and oft ere this hath spoke for yow, Bee undisdeynd. Let none refuse his owne good gifts he brings. For as for stocke and auncetors, and other such like things Wherof our selves no fownders are, I scarcely dare them graunt To bee our owne. But forasmuch as Ajax makes his vaunt To bee the fowrth from Jove: even Jove the founder is also Of my house: and than fowre descents I am from him no mo. Laertes is my father, and Arcesius his, and hee Begotten was of Jupiter. And in this pedegree Is neyther any damned soule, nor outlaw as yee see. Moreover by my moothers syde I come of Mercuree, Another honor to my house. Thus both by fathers syde And moothers (as you may perceyve) I am to Goddes alyde. But neyther for bycause I am a better gentleman Then Ajax by the moothers syde, nor that my father can Avouch himself ungiltye of his brothers blood, doo I This armour clayme. Wey you the case by