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Herodotus, The Histories (ed. A. D. Godley) 146 0 Browse Search
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Pindar, Pythian 4 (ed. Steven J. Willett), poem 4 (search)
the Danaans; for then will they depart from great Sparta, from the gulf of Argos and from Mycenae. Now, however, in the beds of alien women he shall discover a chosen race who, by favor of the gods, will come to this island and beget a man to be lord over plains cloaked in cloudshadow; and one day Apollo, in his gold-filled house, will admonish him by oracle, when at length he enters the Pythian shrine, to lead a host of men in ships to the rich precinct of Zeus Ammon by the Nile." So spoke the ranks of Media's speech, and they crouched stockstill, in silence, the godlike heroes listening to her shrewd counsel. O fortunate son of Polymnestus, you it was whom, as this speech foretold, the oracle of the Delphic Bee exalted with her spontaneous shout, she who thrice crying "Hail" revealed you the predestined king of Cyrene, when you were asking what release might come from the gods for a stammering voice. After long time, even now, as at the peak of crim