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M. Annaeus Lucanus, Pharsalia (ed. Sir Edward Ridley), book 9, line 619 (search)
led, were feared of heaven, She made them mountains, and the Gorgon head Borne on Athena's bosom closed the war. Here born of Danae and the golden shower, Floating on wings Parrhasian, by the god Arcadian given, author of the lyre And wrestling art, came Perseus, swooping down From heaven. Cyllenian Harpe The scimitar lent by Hermes to Perseus for the purpose; with which had been slain Argus, the guardian of Io (Conf. 'Prometheus Vinctus,' 579.) Hermes was born in a cave in Mount Cyllene in Arcadia. did he bear Still crimson from another monster slain, The guardian of the heifer loved by Jove. This to her winged brother Pallas lent Price of the monster's head: by her command He sought the limits of the Libyan land, Poised o'er Medusa's realm, with head averse Towards the rising sun: a burnished shield Of yellow brass upon his other arm, Her gift, her bore: in which she bade him see The fatal face unscathed. Nor yet in sleep Lay all the monster, for such total rest To her were death-s