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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Brookes More), Book 7, line 404 (search)
ore famous in that land, for all the elders and the common folk united in festivities,—with wine inspiring wit and song;—“O you,” they sang, “Immortal Theseus, victory was yours! Did you not slaughter the huge bull of Crete? “Yes, you did slay the boar of Cromyon — where now the peasant unmolested plows; “And Periphetes, wielder of the club, was worsted when he struggled with your strength; “And fierce Procrustes, matched with you beside the rapid river, met his death; “And even Cercyon, in Eleusis lost his wicked life—inferior to your might; “And Sinis, a monstrosity of strength, who bent the trunks of trees, and used his might “Against the world for everything that's wrong. For evil, he would force down to the earth, “Pine tops to shoot men's bodies through the air. Even the road to Megara is safe, “For you did hurl the robber Scyron,—sheer— over the cliff. Both land and sea denied “His bones a resting place—as tossed about they changed into the cliffs