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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 Poets: Including Translations ...

Classical poetry - 1822
...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; Hershalt thou wed whom most thy eyes approve; He asks no presents, no reward for love: Himself will...
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The Tragedies of Sophocles, Volume 2

Sophocles - 1823
...would disclose what are my sentiments towards them. But now in k Thus Homer, II. IX. " Yet more—three daughters in his court are bred, And each well worthy...Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair." miseries I think fit to voyage with lowered sail, and not fancy indeed I effect something, yet work...
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The tragedies of Sophocles, tr. into Engl. verse. By T. Dale

Sophocles - 1824
...— without the palace gates I see thy sister, fair * Chrysothemis, * Chrysothemis is mentioned by Homer, II. ix. Yet more, three daughters in his court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed, Lai id ice and Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair. Of the same parents born ;...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: To which is Prefixed the Life of ...

Alexander Pope - 1830 - 442 pages
...fruitful shore. There shalt thou live his son, his honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. d's domestic related, that, in the dreadful winter of 1740, ehe Iphigeriia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair; Her shalt thou wed whom most thy eyes approve,...
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The Tragedies of Sophocles: Literally Translated Into English Prose, with Notes

Sophocles - 1837 - 307 pages
...for my father, thou not only dost not cooperate, but also dissuadest me in action. Hath not this cow* Thus Homer, II, ix. " Yet more — three daughters...And each well worthy of a royal bed ; Laodice, and Iphigema fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair." The original has Iphianassa, which Pope appears...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope. Ed. by H.F. Cary, with a biogr. notice ...

Alexander Pope - 1839
...honours share, And with Orestes' self divide his care. Yet more — three daughters in his court arc Chrysothemie with golden hair ; Her shalt thou wed whom most thy eyes approve ; He asks no presents,...
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The tragedies of Sophocles, in Engl. prose. The Oxford tr

Sophocles - 1849
...amifti, well remarks that this is merely like ovTcf Kai OIirOVTIQ, and means "all the hopes I have." B. 1 Thus Homer, II. ix. " Yet more — three daughters...Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair." tb.ee also act : and yet the right is, not wherein I speak, but wherein thou judgest. But if I must...
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Translation of the Iliad of Homer

Homer - 1849 - 544 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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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: To which is Prefixed the Life of ...

Alexander Pope - 1850 - 484 pages
...fruitful shore. There shall 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 ; Laodici* and Iphigenia fiir, And bright Chrysothernis with golden hair; Her shalt Ihou wed whom most...
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Translation of the Iliad of Homer

Homer, Alexander Pope - 1851 - 544 pages
...my son, our honours share, And with Orestes' self divide my care. Yet more : three daughters in my court are bred, And each well worthy of a royal bed...Iphigenia fair, And bright Chrysothemis with golden hair; 190 Her let him choose, whom most his eyes approve, I ask no presents, no reward for love : Myself...
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