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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 4, line 706 (search)
yet his tale was at an ende ere any lookt therefore. Upon occasion by and by of wordes reherst before There was a certaine noble man demaunded him wherefore Shee only of the sisters three haire mixt with Adders bore. Sir (aunswerde Persey) sith you aske a matter worth report I graunt to tell you your demaunde. She both in comly port And beautie, every other wight surmounted in such sort, That many suters unto hir did earnestly resort. And though that whole from top to toe most bewtifull she were, In all hir bodie was no part more goodly than hir heare. I know some parties yet alive, that say they did hir see. It is reported how she should abusde by Neptune bee In Pallas Church: from which fowle facte Joves daughter turnde hir eye, And with hir Target hid hir face from such a villanie. And lest it should unpunisht be, she turnde hir seemely heare To lothly Snakes: the which (the more to put hir foes in feare) Before hir brest continually she in her shield doth beare.