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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 5, line 74 (search)
der one. The wicked throng had sworne to spend their blood Against the right, and such a man as had deserved good. A tother side (although in vaine) of mere affection stood The Father and the Motherinlaw, and eke the heavie bride, Who filled with their piteous playnt the Court on everie side. But now the clattring of the swordes and harnesse at that tide With grievous grones and sighes of such as wounded were or dide, Did raise up such a cruell rore that nothing could be heard. For fierce Bellona so renewde the battell afterward, That all the house did swim in blood. Duke Phyney with a rout Of moe than of a thousand men environd round about The valiant Persey all alone. The Dartes of Phyneys bande Came thicker than the Winters hayle doth fall upon the lande, By both his sides, his eyes and eares. He warely thereupon Withdrawes, and leanes his backe against a huge great arche of stone: And being safe behind, he settes his face against his foe Withstanding all their fierce assaulte