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" Upon arriving at manhood, and undertaking nig celebrated expedition against the Gorgons, he received from the gods whatever was likely to insure his success. Pluto lent him his helmet, which had the power of making its wearer invisible ; Mercury supplied... "
Myths from Ovid's Metamorphoses, with a vocabulary, ed. by J.T. White - Página 61
por Publius Ovidius Naso - 1872 - 81 páginas
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Excerpta ex scriptis Publii Ovidii Nasonis: Accedunt notulae anglicae et ...

Ovid - 1827 - 332 páginas
...the Gorgons, he received from the gods whatever was likely to ensure his success. Pluto lent him hie helmet, which had the power of making its wearer invisible...resplendent, that it reflected whatever object was before it ; and Vulcan forged for him a short dagger in the form of a scythe, called the herpe. 310. Talaribus...
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Excerpta ex scriptis Publii Ovidii Nasonis: Accedunt notulae anglicae et ...

Ovid - 1827 - 332 páginas
...helmet, which liad the power of making its wearer invisible ; Mercury supplied him with his wings for his feet and head ; from Minerva he received a buckler,...resplendent, that it reflected whatever object was before it ; and Vulcan forged for him a short dagger in the form of a scythe, called the herpe. 310. Talaribns...
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Myths from Ovid's Metamorphoses, with a vocabulary, ed. by J.T. White

Publius Ovidius Naso - 1872 - 104 páginas
...helmet, which had the power of making its wearer invisible ; Mercury supplied him with his wings for his feet and head ; from Minerva he received a buckler,...his victory. And it was on his homeward return with Meduea's head (see Mednsa) that he sought the hospitality of Atlas, king of Manritania. When this was...
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Myths from Ovid's Metaorphoses: With a Vocabulary

Ovid - 1886 - 104 páginas
...poets. — Upon arriving at manhood, and undertaking his celebrated expedition against the Gorgone, he received from the gods whatever was likely to insure...was on his homeward return with Medusa's head (see Modusa) that he sought the hospitality of Atlas, king of Mauritania. When this was tauntingly refused,...
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Myths from Ovid's Metamorphoses with a Vocabulary

Ovid - 1886 - 102 páginas
...helmet, which had the power of making its wearer invisible ; Mercury supplied him with his wings for his feet and head ; from Minerva he received a buckler,...head (see Medusa) that he sought the hospitality of Ailas, king of Mauriiania. When this was tauntingly refused, he exhibited Medusa's head to the churlish...
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