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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 13, line 98 (search)
dst thou bee afrayd To raze great Troy, whoose overthrowe for thee is onely stayd? And laying hand uppon him I did send him (as you see) To valeant dooings meete for such a valeant man as hee. And therfore all the deedes of him are my deedes. I did wound King Teleph with his speare, and when he lay uppon the ground, I was intreated with the speare to heale him safe and sound. That Thebe lyeth overthrowne, is my deede. You must think I made the folk of Tenedos and Lesbos for to shrink. Both Chryse and Cillas, Phebus townes, and Scyros I did take. And my ryght hand Lyrnessus walles to ground did levell make. I gave you him that should confound (besydes a number mo) The valeant Hector. Hector, that our most renowmed fo, Is slayne by mee. This armour heere I sue agein to have This armour by the which I found Achilles. I it gave Achilles whyle he was alive: and now that he is gone I clayme it as myne owne agein. What tyme the greefe of one Had perst the harts of all the Greekes,