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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 9, line 418 (search)
ynd, Sith Radamanth and Aeacus were both with age constreynd: And Minos also: who (as long as lusty youth did last,) Did even with terror of his name make myghty Realmes agast. But then was Minos weakened sore, and greatly stood in feare Of Milet, one of Deyons race: who proudly did him beare Uppon his father Phoebus and the stoutnesse of his youth. And though he feard he would rebell: yit durst he not his mouth Once open for to banish him his Realme: untill at last Departing of his owd found. And there the daughter of the brooke Maeander which dooth go So often backward, Cyane, a Nymph of body so Exceeding comly as the lyke was seldome heard of, as Shee by her fathers wynding bankes for pleasure walking was, Was knowen by Milet: unto whom a payre of twinnes shee brought, And of the twinnes the names were Caune and Byblis. Byblis ought To bee a mirror unto Maydes in lawfull wyse to love. This Byblis cast a mynd to Caune, but not as did behove A suster to her brotherward