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for your jaws. It was we who kept your father safe in the possession of his temple-seats in every corner of Greece: the harbor of sacred Taenarum and the recesses of Cape Malea remain inviolate, safe is the rock of Sunium rich in silver, sacred to the goddess Athena, safe are Geraestus' refuges. We have avoided the great disgrace of losses to the Trojans.This sentence gives approximate sense only. In these events you also have a share, dwelling as you do in the far reaches of Hellas, under Aetna, the rock that drips with fire. But if you are deaf to these considerations, there is a law among mortals that one must receive ship-wrecked suppliants, give them the gifts hospitality requires, and provide them with clothing. My suppletion. rather than to have our limbs pierced with spits for roasting beef and to fill your maw and belly. Enough bereavement has Priam's land wrought on Greece, drinking down the blood of many corpses shed b
Greece (Greece) (search for this): card 273
come to your house and to make of them a godless meal for your jaws. It was we who kept your father safe in the possession of his temple-seats in every corner of Greece: the harbor of sacred Taenarum and the recesses of Cape Malea remain inviolate, safe is the rock of Sunium rich in silver, sacred to the goddess Athena, safe arereat disgrace of losses to the Trojans.This sentence gives approximate sense only. In these events you also have a share, dwelling as you do in the far reaches of Hellas, under Aetna, the rock that drips with fire. But if you are deaf to these considerations, there is a law among mortals that one must receive ship-wrecked supplia,>My suppletion. rather than to have our limbs pierced with spits for roasting beef and to fill your maw and belly. Enough bereavement has Priam's land wrought on Greece, drinking down the blood of many corpses shed by the spear. She has brought down wives widowed, old women and grey-beards childless to the grave. And if you mean
Ithaca (Greece) (search for this): card 273
Cyclops to the Chorus-Leader You lie. For my part, I put more trust in this man than in RhadamanthysLegendary ruler of Crete and judge in the Underworld, famous for his justice. and think him more honest. But I wish to ask a question. Where have you sailed from? What is your country? What city was it that brought you up? Odysseus We are men of Ithaca by birth, and it is from Ilium, after sacking the city, that we have come to your land, Cyclops, blown off-course by sea-storms. Cyclops Are you the ones who went to punish Ilium on the Scamander for the theft of the worthless Helen? Odysseus Yes, we are the ones who endured that terrible toil. Cyclops Disgraceful expedition, to sail for the sake of one woman to the land of the Phrygians! Odysseus It was the doing of a god: blame no mortal for it. But, o noble son of the sea-god, we at once entreat you and give you our frank censure: do not have the hardness to kill benefactors who have come to your house and to make of them a go
Ilium (Turkey) (search for this): card 273
e in the Underworld, famous for his justice. and think him more honest. But I wish to ask a question. Where have you sailed from? What is your country? What city was it that brought you up? Odysseus We are men of Ithaca by birth, and it is from Ilium, after sacking the city, that we have come to your land, Cyclops, blown off-course by sea-storms. Cyclops Are you the ones who went to punish Ilium on the Scamander for the theft of the worthless Helen? Odysseus Yes, we are the ones who endureIlium on the Scamander for the theft of the worthless Helen? Odysseus Yes, we are the ones who endured that terrible toil. Cyclops Disgraceful expedition, to sail for the sake of one woman to the land of the Phrygians! Odysseus It was the doing of a god: blame no mortal for it. But, o noble son of the sea-god, we at once entreat you and give you our frank censure: do not have the hardness to kill benefactors who have come to your house and to make of them a godless meal for your jaws. It was we who kept your father safe in the possession of his temple-seats in every corner of Greece: the h
Crete (Greece) (search for this): card 273
Cyclops to the Chorus-Leader You lie. For my part, I put more trust in this man than in RhadamanthysLegendary ruler of Crete and judge in the Underworld, famous for his justice. and think him more honest. But I wish to ask a question. Where have you sailed from? What is your country? What city was it that brought you up? Odysseus We are men of Ithaca by birth, and it is from Ilium, after sacking the city, that we have come to your land, Cyclops, blown off-course by sea-storms. Cyclops Are you the ones who went to punish Ilium on the Scamander for the theft of the worthless Helen? Odysseus Yes, we are the ones who endured that terrible toil. Cyclops Disgraceful expedition, to sail for the sake of one woman to the land of the Phrygians! Odysseus It was the doing of a god: blame no mortal for it. But, o noble son of the sea-god, we at once entreat you and give you our frank censure: do not have the hardness to kill benefactors who have come to your house and to make of them a g