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Herodotus, The Histories (ed. A. D. Godley) 28 0 Browse Search
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Pindar, Pythian 4 (ed. Steven J. Willett), poem 4 (search)
velous limbs, and round about it a leopard skin kept off the shivering rain; the lustrous locks of his hair had not been cut and lost, but cascaded down his entire back. Swiftly he went straight on, trying the mettle of his unshaken will, and in the middle of the square stood among the thronging crowd. No one knew him; but awestruck as they were, someone spoke thus: "Surely this isn't Apollo, nor is it bronze-charioted Ares, lord of Aphrodite; and they say that on gleaming Naxos died Iphimedeia's sons, Otos and you, daring lord Ephialtes. Then too Tityus fell hunted down by Artemis' swift arrow springing from her invincible quiver, so that a man might crave to caress possible loves." Such things they spoke in turn to one another; and on his polished mule-cart came Pelias rushing in pell-mell: he was at once astonished as he glanced uneasily at the single sandal conspicuous on its right foot. But hiding the fear in his heart he accosted him: "W