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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 5, line 74 (search)
d 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 assaultes. There did assaile him thoe Upon the left side Molpheus, a Prince of Choanie. And on the right Ethemon, borne hard by in Arabie. Like as the Tyger when he heares the lowing out of Neate In sundrie Medes, enforced sore through abstinence from meate, Would faine be doing with them both, and can not tell at which Were best to give adventure first: so Persey who did itch To be at host with both of them, and doubtfull whether side To turne him on, the right or left, upon advantage spide Did wound me Molphey on the leg, and from him quight him drave. He was contented with his flight: for why Ethemon gave No respite to him to pursue
P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 11, line 221 (search)
g bravely on a brydled Dolphins backe. There Peleus as shee lay asleepe uppon her often bracke. And forbycause that at her handes entreatance nothing winnes, He folding her about the necke with both his armes, beginnes To offer force. And surely if shee had not falne to wyles And shifted oftentymes her shape, he had obteind erewhyles. But shee became sumtymes a bird: he hilld her like a bird. Anon shee was a massye log: but Peleus never stird A whit for that. Then thirdly shee of speckled Tyger tooke The ugly shape: for feare of whose most feerce and cruell looke, His armes he from her body twicht. And at his going thence, In honour of the watry Goddes he burned frankincence, And powred wyne uppon the sea, with fat of neate and sheepe: Untill the prophet that dooth dwell within Carpathian deepe, Sayd thus: Thou sonne of Aeacus, thy wish thou sure shalt have Alonely when shee lyes asleepe within her pleasant Cave, Cast grinnes to trappe her unbewares: hold fast with snarling kn