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" Two generations of the sons of men For him were past and gone, who with himself Were born and bred on Pylos' lovely shore, And o'er the third he now held royal sway. "
Translations of Poems, Ancient and Modern: Not Published - Page 15
by Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley Earl of Derby - 1862 - 203 pages
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The Iliad of Homer, Volume 1

Homer - Achilles (Greek mythology) - 1864 - 432 pages
...with himself Were born and bred on Pylos' lovely shore, And o'er the third he now held royal sway. 300 "Alas, alas! what grief is this for Greece! What joy...feuds 'tween you, of all the Greeks 305 The first in council, and the first in fight! Yet, hear my words, I pray; in years, at least, Ye both must yield...
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The Iliad of Homer Rendered Into English Blank Verse, Volume 1

Homer - 1864
...and bred on Pylos' lovely shore, And o'er the third he now held royal sway. 300 He thus with prudent words the chiefs address'd : "Alas, alas! what grief is this for Greece! What joy for Priam, and lor Priam's sons ! What exultation for the men of Troy, To hear of feuds 'tween you, of all the Greeks...
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The Iliad of Homer Rendered Into English Blank Verse, Volume 1

Homer - 1864
...held royal sway. 300 He thus with prudent words the chiefs address'd : BOOK I. HOMER'S ILIAD. 15 " Alas, alas ! what grief is this for Greece ! What joy for Priam, and lor Priam's sons ! What exultation for the men of Troy, To hear of feuds 'tween you, of all the Greeks...
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The Iliad, rendered into Engl. blank verse, by Edward earl of Derby, Volume 1

Homerus - 1865
...himself Were born and bred on l'ylos' lovely shore, And o'er the third he now held royal swav. ;ioo "Alas, alas! what grief is this for Greece! What joy...feuds 'tween you, of all the Greeks 305 The first in council, and the first in fight ! Yet, hear my words, I pray; in years, at least, Ye both must yield...
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The Iliad, rendered into Engl. blank verse, by Edward earl of Derby, Volume 1

Homerus - 1865
...born and bred on Pylos' lovely shore, And o'er the third he now held royal sway. 300 " Alas, alas I what grief is this for Greece! What joy for Priam,...feuds 'tween you, of all the Greeks 305 The first in council, and the first in fight! Yet, hear my words, I pray; in years, at least, Ye both must yield...
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THE ILIAD OF HOMER

EDWARD EARL - 1865
...himself Were born and bred on Pylos' lovely shore, And o'er the third he now held royal sway. 300 " Alas, alas ! what grief is this for Greece ! What...! What exultation for the men of Troy, To hear of fends 'tween yon, of all the Greeks 305 The first in conncil, and the first in fight ! Yet, hear my...
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The Iliad of Homer Rendered Into English Blank Verse, Volume 1

Homer - 1866
...and bred on Pylos' lovely shore, And o'er the third he now held royal sway. 300 He thus with prudent words the chiefs address'd : " Alas, alas ! what grief is this for Greece 1 What joy for Priam, and for Priam's sons ! What exultation for the men of Troy, To hear of feuds...
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The Iliad, rendered into Engl. blank verse, by Edward earl of ..., Volume 1

Homerus - 1867
...shore, And o'er the third he now held royal sway. 300 He thus with prudent words the chiefs addressed: What joy for Priam, and for Priam's sons! What exultation...least, Ye both must yield to me; and in times past I lived with men, and they despised me not, Abler in counsel, greater than yourselves. . 310 Such men...
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The Iliad

Homère - Greek poetry - 1870 - 444 pages
...o'er the third still ruled ; Thus wisely counseling, the old man spake : Oh, heavens ! a sorry sight is this for Greece ! What joy for Priam, and for Priam's sons, And all the Trojans too, when they shall hear That Greece's greatest chiefs are quarreling ! But hearken,...
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The Iliad of Homer Rendered Into English Blank Verse, Volumes 1-2

Homer - 1871
...And o'er the third he now held royal sway. 300 " Alas, alas ! what grief is this for Greece ! flfhat joy for Priam, and for Priam's sons ! What exultation for the men of Troy, To hear of feuds 'tween yon, of all the Greeks 305 The first in counsel, and the first in fight ! Yet, hear my words, I pray...
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