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" Therewith the slayer of Argos gave me the plant that he had plucked from the ground, and he showed me the growth thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. Moly the gods call it, but it is hard for mortal men to dig; howbeit with... "
Familiar Studies in Homer - Sivu 213
tekijä(t) Agnes Mary Clerke - 1892 - 302 sivua
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The Odyssey of Homer

Homer - 1879 - 416 sivua
...plucked from the ground, and he showed me the nature thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. The gods call it moly, but it is...dig; howbeit with the gods all things are possible. 'Then Hermes departed toward high Olympus, passing through the woodland isle, but as for me I held...

The Odyssey, done into Engl. prose by S.H. Butcher and A. Lang

Homerus - 1879
...growth thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. Moly the gods call it, bat it is hard for mortal men to dig; howbeit with the gods all things are possible. ' Then Hermes departed toward high Olympus, up through the \toodland isle, but as for me I held on...

The Odyssey of Homer

S. H. Butcher, A. Lang - 1883
...the growth thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. Moly the gods call it, but it is hard for mortal men to dig; howbeit with the gods all things are possible. ' Then Hermes departed toward high Olympus, up through the woodland isle, but as for me I held on my...

Custom and Myth

Andrew Lang - 1884 - 312 sivua
...minuteness. ' It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. " Moly," the gods call it, but it is hard for mortal men to dig, howbeit with the gods all things are possible.' The etymologies given of ' moly ' are almost as numerous as the etymologists. One derivation, from...

Macmillan's Magazine, Nide 56

1887
...plucked from the ground, and he showed me the nature thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. The gods call it moly, but it is...Before the mind's eye of the poet, when he described the white flowers and black root of the vegetable snatched from the] reluctant earth by Hermes, was...

The Living Age ..., Nide 175

1887
...plucked from the ground, and he showed me the nature thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. The gods call it moly, but it is...Before the mind's eye of the poet, when he described the white flowers and black root of the vegetable snatched from the reluctant earth by Hermes, was...

The Homoeopathic Recorder, Niteet 4–6

1889
...thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like milk. Moly, the gods call it, but it is nard for mortal men to dig ; howbeit with the gods all things are possible." We are helped to a conception of the antiquity of the Homeric poems when we recollect that the identification...

Arcades & Comus

J Milton - 1891 - 208 sivua
...the growth thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. Moly the gods call it, but it is hard for mortal men to dig ; howbeit with the gods all things are possible" (Butcher and Lang). Moly is the flower of ideal lands. Tennyson's Lotos-eaters lie "Propt on beds of...

Milton's Arcades and Comus

John Milton - 1891 - 208 sivua
...the growth thereof. It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. Moly the gods call it, but it is hard for mortal men to dig ; howbeit with the gods all things are possible" (Butcher and Lang). Moly is the flower of ideal lands. Tennyson's Lotos-eaters lie "Propt on beds of...

College Entrance Requirements in English, 1901-1905 (for Study and Practice).

1895
...charms of Circe. " It was black at the root, but the flower was like to milk. Moly the gods call it, but it is hard for mortal men to dig ; howbeit, with the gods all things are possible. " (Odyssey, 303-306.) 3 A name probably coined by Milton from Haemonia fThessaly), a land once famous...




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