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" Supine, and wildly gazing on the skies, With faint, expiring breath, the chief replies : "Vain boaster ! cease, and know the Powers... "
Essays on Various Subjects: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author - Página 126
por George Walker - 1809
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Iliad, Volumen2

1865
...Apollo's is this deed, not thine; To Heaven is ow'd whate'et your own you call, And Heaven itself disarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match...Oppos'd me fairly, they had sunk in fight : By Fate and Phrebus was I first o'erthrown, Euphorbus next ; the third mean part thy own. But thou, imperious !...
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The Iliad, tr. by Pope

1870
...this deed, not thine; To Heaven is owed whate'er your own you call, 1020 And Heaven itself disarmed me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Opposed me fairly, they had sunk in fight : By Fate and Phcebus was I first o'erthrown, Euphorbus next...
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The Iliad, tr. by A. Pope, with notes by T.A. Buckley

Theodore Alors W. Buckley - 1874
...is this deed, not thine ; To heaven is owed whate'er your own you call, And heaven itself disarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Opposed me fairly, they had sunk in fight : By fate and Phoebus was I first o'erthrown, Euphorbus next...
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Homer's Iliad, Libros 1-2

Homer - 1877 - 544 páginas
...this deed, not thine : To Heaven is owed whate'er your own you call, 1020 And Heaven itself disarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Opposed me fairly, they had sunk in fight : By Fate and Phoebus was I first o'erthrown, Euphorbus next...
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Homer's Stories Simply Told

Charles Henry Hanson, Homer - 1882 - 284 páginas
...is this deed, not thine : To Heaven is owed whate'er your own you call, And Heaven itself disarmed me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Opposed me fairly, they had sunk in fight. By Fate and Phoebus * was I first o'erthrown ; Euphorbus...
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The Iliad [of Homer].

Homer - 1883
...call, And heaven itself disarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Opposed me fairly, they had sunk in fight : By fate and Phoebus...o'erthrown, Euphorbus next : the third mean part thy own. But thou, imperious ! hear my latest breath; The gods inspire it, and it sounds thy death : Insulting...
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The Complete Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope, Henry Walcott Boynton - 1903 - 672 páginas
...this deed, not thine; To Heav'n is owed whate'er your own vou call, ,020 And Heav'n itself disarm'd me ere my fall. Had twenty mortals, each thy match in might, Opposed me fairly, they had sunk in fight: By Fate and Phœbus was I first o'erthrown, Kuphorbus next;...
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