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" ... not the less admirable and engaging. The heroic companions whom we find celebrated, partly by Homer and partly in traditions, which, if not of equal antiquity, were grounded on the same feeling, seem to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a... "
A History of Greece - Page 71
by Connop Thirlwall - 1845
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A History of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1835
...to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a wish or object apart, and only to live, as they are always ready to die, for one another. It is true that...friendships of Hercules and lolaus, of Theseus and Pirithous, of Orestes and Pylades : and though these may owe the greater part of their fame to the...
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A history of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall (bp. of St. David's.) - Greece - 1845
...to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a wish or object apart, and only to live, as they are always ready to die, for one another. It is true that...detracts little from the dignity of the idea which CHAP. it presents. Such were the friendships of Hercules * and lolaus, of Theseus and Pirithous, of...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 2

Homer - 1853
...to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a wish or object apart, and only to live, as they are always ready to die, for one another. It is true that...presents. Such were the friendships of Hercules and Tolaus, of Theseus and Pirithous, of Orestes and Pylades : and though these may owe the greater part...
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The history of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1855
...to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a wish or object apart, and only to live, as they are always ready to die, for one another. It is true that...while it often adds a peculiar charm to the poetical descripi H. ix. 450. Compare Od. i. 433. Il. v. 7 1 . Atben. xiii. p. 55C. C. tion, detracts little...
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The history of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1860
...injured husband, and neither afflicted by the consciousness of her fault, nor blushing to allude to it. One of the noblest and most amiable sides of the Greek...friendships of Hercules and lolaus, of Theseus and Pirithous, of Orestes and Pylades ; and though these may owe the greater part of their fame to the...
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The Iliad, tr. by A. Pope, with notes by T.A. Buckley

Homerus - 1874
...to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a wish or object apart, and only to live, as they are always ready to die, for one another. It is true that...friendships of Hercules and lolaus, of Theseus and Pirithous, of Orestes and Pylades : and though these may owe the greater part of their fame to the...
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The Iliad [of Homer].

Homer - 1883
...to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a wish or object apart, and only to live, as they are always ready to die, for one another. It is true that...friendships of Hercules and lolaus, of Theseus and Pirithous, of Orestes and Pylades : and though these may owe the greater part of their fame to the...
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Iolšus: An Anthology of Friendship

Edward Carpenter - Friendship - 1906 - 234 pages
...to have but one heart and soul, with scarcely a wish or object apart, and only to live, as they are always ready to die, for one another. It is true that...friendships of Hercules and lolaus, of Theseus and Pirithous, of Orestes and Pylades : and though these may owe 44 J o the greater part of their fame...
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