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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 5, line 74 (search)
nd with that word he left him dead. Perseus to redresse This slaughter and this spightfull taunt, streight snatched out the Dart That sticked in the fresh warme wound, and with an angrie hart Did send it at the throwers head: the Dart did split his nose Even in the middes, and at his necke againe the head out goes: So that it peered both the wayes. Whiles fortune doth support And further Persey thus, he killes (but yet in sundrie sort) Two brothers by the mother: t'one callde Clytie, tother Dane. For on a Dart through both his thighes did Clytie take his bane: And Danus with another Dart was striken in the mouth. There died also Celadon, a Gypsie of the South: And so did bastard Astrey too, whose mother was a Jew: And sage Ethion well foreseene in things that should ensew, But utterly beguilde as then by Birdes that aukly flew. King Cepheyes harnessebearer callde Thoactes lost his life, And Agyrt whom for murdring late his father with a knife The worlde spake shame of. Nathelesse