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" Messena's state from Ithaca detains Three hundred sheep, and all the shepherd swains; And to the youthful prince to urge the laws, The king and elders trust their common cause. But Iphitus... "
The Description of Greece - Page 313
by Pausanias - 1824
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope

Homerus - 1807
...; Beneath Orsilochus's roof they met, One loss was private, one a public debt ; 20 Messena's stale from Ithaca detains Three hundred sheep, and all the shepherd swains ? And to the youthful prince to urge the laws, The king and elders trust their common cause. But Iphitus...
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The description of Greece, by Pausanias, tr. with notes [by T. Taylor].

Pausanias (the traveller) - 1824
...not endure that her husband should be a private man. Hence, collecting together a band of Argivesand Lacedaemonians, Polycaon invaded this country, and...Messena's shores he trode, On young Ulysses Iphitus bestow'd : Beneath Ortilochus's roof they met ; •' For he signifies, by the house of Ortilochus,...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope. [Followed by] Battle of the frogs and mice [tr ...

Homerus - 1828
...Ulysses Iphitus bestow'd: Beneath Orsilochus's roof they met; One loss was private, one a public debt: Messena's state from Ithaca detains Three hundred sheep, and all the shepherd swains; And to the youthful prince to urge the laws, The king and elders trust their common cause. But Iphitus,...
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Homer, Volume 3

Homer - 1842
...many a matron wept. Beneath Orsilochus's roof they met ; One loss was private, one a public debt ; 20 Messena's state from Ithaca detains Three hundred sheep, and all the shepherd swains ; And to the youthful prince to urge the laws, The king and elders trust their common cause. But Iphitus...
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The Odyssey of Homer

Homer - Epic poetry, Greek - 1853 - 377 pages
...Iphitus bestow'd : Beneath Orsilochus's roof they met; One loss was private, one a public debt; 20 Messena's state from Ithaca detains Three hundred sheep, and all the shepherd swains ; And to the youthful prince to urge the laws, The king and elders trust their common cause. But Iphitus...
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The Odyssey, tr. by A. Pope, with notes by T.A. Buckley. [Followed by] The ...

Theodore Alors W. Buckley - 1874
...to a length which its real interest does not efficiently One loss was private, one a public debt ; Messena's state from Ithaca detains Three hundred sheep, and all the shepherd swains ; And to the youthful prince to urge the laws, The king and elders trust their common cause. But Iphitus,...
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Pope's Odyssey of Homer

Homer - Epic poetry, Greek - 1907 - 362 pages
...Ulysses Iphitus bestowed : Beneath Orsilochus's roof they met ; One loss was private, one a public debt ; Messena's state from Ithaca detains Three hundred sheep, and all the shepherd swains ; 1 We are to remember, says Pope, that this day was sacred to Apollo; the diversion therefore suits...
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