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" Argos' fruitful shore, There shalt thou live his son, his honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. Yet more : three daughters in his court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed ; Laodice and Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis... "
Tragedies: Literally Translated Into English Prose, with Notes - Page 163
by Sophocles - 1833
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 28

1807
...the Trojans, and their allies, and even amongft the deities. — Rcllengtr. " Three daughters in my court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed : Laodice, and Iphigenia fair, And bright Chryfothemis wi'th golden hair. Her let him choofe, whom moft his eyes approve ; I alk no prefc.nts,...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 28

English literature - 1807
...the Trojans, and their allies, and even ampngll the deities. — Bellenger. " Three daughters in my court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed : Laodice, and Iphigenia fair, And bright Chryfothemis with golden hair. Her let him choofe, whom moft his eyes approve ; 1 aik no prcfents,...
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The Iliad, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1807
...fruitful shore, There shalt thou live his son, his honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. Yet more — three daughters in his court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed; 375 Laodice and Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair ; Her shalt thou wed whom...
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Herodotus, tr., with notes, by W. Beloe, Volume 1

Herodotus - 1812
...Greeks, the Trojans, and their allies, and even amongst the deities. — Bel/anger. Three daughters in my court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed...Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair. Her let him choose, whom most his eyes approve; rying, as if they had but little occasion for personal...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets, Volume 1, Part 1

Greek literature - 1813
...shalt thou live his son, his honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. Yet more—three daughters in his court are bred, And each well worthy...Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair ; Her shalt thou wed whom most thy eyes approve He asks no presents, no reward for love : Himself will...
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The Works of the Greek and Roman Poets, Volume 1

English literature - 1813
...fruitful shore, There sbalt thon live his son, his honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. Yet more — three daughters in his court are bred,...royal bed ; Laodice and Iphigenia fair, And bright ('hrysotheiuis with golden hair ; Her shall thon wed whom most thy eyes approve ; He asks no presents,...
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Herodotus, Volume 1

Herodotus - Greece - 1814
...Greeks, the Trojans, and their allies, and even amongst the deities. — Bellanger. Three daughters in my court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed: Laodice, and Iphigenia fair, !\nd bright Chrysothemis with golden hair. Her let him choose, whom most his eyes approve; I ask no...
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Blackwood's Magazine

1862
...second-first," better than actual second thoughts, to re— -e it. " (Yet more— three daughters in my court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed...* fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair; Her let him choose whom most his eyes approve : I aak no presents, no reward for lore." f ) And this...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - Classical poetry - 1822
...fruitful shore, There shalt thou live his son, his honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. Yet more — three daughters in his court are bred,...Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair ; Her shaltthou wed whom most thy eyes approve; He asks no presents, no reward for love : Himself will...
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 1

Homerus - 1822 - 559 pages
...fruitful shore, There shalt thou live his son, his honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. Yet more — three daughters in his court are bred,...Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair; Her shalt thou wed whom most thy eyes approve; He asks no presents, no reward for love: Himself will...
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