Created by Sreeja Jijith at 22 Sep 2011 13:44 and updated at 22 Sep 2011 13:44


ild.05 King Anchises stole the blood by putting his mares to them without Laomedon s knowledge, and they bore him Six foals.
ild.05 Far other was Hercules, my own brave and lion hearted father, who came here for the Horses of Laomedon, and though he had Six ships only, and few men to follow him, sacked the city of Ilius and made a wilderness of her highways.
ild.07 It struck the Sevenfold shield in its outermost layer the eighth, which was of Bronze and went through Six of the layers but in the Seventh hide it stayed.
ild.23 For the second there was a Six year old mare, unbroken, and in foal to a he ass; the third was to have a goodly cauldron that had never yet been on the fire; it was still bright as when it left the maker, and would hold four measures.
ild.23 There is a stump of a dead tree oak or pine as it may be some Six feet above the ground, and not yet rotted away by rain; it stands at the fork of the road; it has two white stones set one on each side, and there is a clear course all round it.
ild.23 He brought out a strong Mule, and made it fast in the middle of the crowd a she Mule never yet broken, but Six years old when it is hardest of all to break them: this was for the victor, and for the vanquished he offered a double cup.
ild.23 It would hold Six measures, and far exceeded all others in the whole world for beauty; it was the work of cunning artificers in Sidon, and had been brought into port by Phoenicians from beyond the sea, who had made a present of it to Thoas.
ild.24 I am a Myrmidon, and my father s name is Polyctor: he is a rich man and about as old as you are; he has Six sons besides myself, and I am the Seventh.
ild.24 Even lovely Niobe had to think about eating, though her Twelve children Six daughters and Six lusty sons had been all slain in her house.

Arise Greece! from thy silent sleep, 2000 years long it is! Forget not, thy ancient culture, beautiful and marvelous it is!

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