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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 5, line 1 (search)
his haire perfumde with Myrrhe a costly crowne did decke. Full sixtene yeares he was of age: such cunning skill he coulde In darting, as to hit his marke farre distant when he would. Yet how to handle Bow and shaftes much better did he know. Now as he was about that time to bende his horned Bowe, A firebrand Persey raught that did upon the Aultar smoke, And dasht him overtwhart the face with such a violent stroke, That all bebattred was his head, the bones asunder broke. When Lycabas of Assur lande, his moste assured friend And deare companion, being no dissembler of his miend, Which most entierly did him love, behelde him on the ground Lie weltring with disfigurde face, and through that grievous wound Now gasping out his parting ghost, his death he did lament, And taking hastly up the Bow that Atys erst had bent: Encounter thou with me (he saide) thou shalt not long enjoy Thy triumphing in braverie thus, for killing of this boy, By which thou getst more spight than prais