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Pindar, Pythian 4 (ed. Steven J. Willett), poem 4 (search)
ng the prow, received from a god in human form who offered him a guest-gift of earth —for him father Zeus, son of Kronos, rang out a peal of auspicious thunder—: "at the time he met us hoisting against ship the bronze-fluked anchor, swift Argo's bridle; for twelve days before we'd been carrying the seagoing timber from Ocean over desolate stretches of land, having drawn her up at my advice. Then in that instant all alone the god approached us, assuming the glad countenance of a for willingly with joyful heart the King of Winds, their father Boreas, more swiftly urged on Zetes and Cala=EFs, mortal men whose backs were beating with purple wings. Hera kindled in these demigods allsuasive sweet desire for the ship Argo, that none be left behind lingering by his mother's side to coddle long a life devoid of danger, but to discover with his agemates, even at the price of death, the fairest way to win his own exploits. And when the flower of sailors came