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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding), Book 8, line 260 (search)
all the Gallie did invent: And Theseus with Pirithous betwene which two there went A happie leage of amitie: And two of Thesties race: And Lynce, the sonne of Apharie and Idas, swift of pace. And fierce Leucyppus and the brave Acastus with his Dart In handling of the which he had the perfect skill and Art. And Caeny who by birth a wench, the shape of man had wonne And Drias and Hippothous: and Phoenix eke the sonne Of olde Amyntor: and a paire of Actors ympes: and Phyle Who came from Elis. Telamon was also there that while: And so was also Peleus, the great Achilles Sire: And Pherets sonne: and Iolay, the Thebane who with fire Helpt Hercules the monstruous heades of Hydra off to seare. The lively Lad Eurytion and Echion who did beare The pricke and prise for footemanship, were present also there. And Lelex of Narytium too. And Panopie beside: And Hyle: and cruell Hippasus: and Naestor who that tide Was in the Prime of lustie youth: moreover thither went Three children of