not this', &c.--but the 'corpus' Greek: hypostatikon, ae noumenon.
Footnote 36: Reading Greek: aegchon (as Boissevain) in preference to Greek: aegon or Greek: eilchon.
Take, for instance, this from Beowulf:-- "...eth=y h=e ethone f=eond ofercw=om, gehn=aegde helle g=ast."
-30- Dolabella, accordingly, after becoming in this way master of Asia came into Cilicia while Cassius was in Palestine, took over the people of Tarsus with their consent, conquered a few of Cassius's guards who were at Aegeae, and invaded Syria.
The position of Italy is more doubtful, for the sympathies of her people are not attracted by Austria; they look with anxiety upon the Austrian policy of expansion towards the Aegean and along the shore of the Adriatic.
The same idea is applied to the explanation of a similar anomaly in the Fauna of the Aegean:-- "In the deepest of the regions of depth of the Aegean, the representation of a Northern Fauna is maintained, partly by identical and partly by representative forms.... The presence of the latter is essentially due to the law (of representation of parallels of latitude by zones of depth), whilst that of the former species depended on their transmission from their parent seas during a former epoch, and subsequent isolation.
Aegeas, signo lugubri filii consternatus, in mare se praecipitatem dedit, impatient of sorrow for his son's death, drowned, himself.
Joyful congratulations and affectionate greetings between these long separated parents and their children, made them for a while forget that AEgeon was yet under sentence of death; but when they were become a little calm, Antipholis of Ephesus offered the duke the ransom-money for his father's life; but the duke freely pardoned AEgeon, and would not take the money.
ANTIPH'OLUS, the name of two brothers, twins, the sons of Aege'on, a merchant of Syracuse.
omnes Philosophi, aut stulti, aut insani; nulla anus nullus aeger ineptius deliravit.
Such a one as Aegeria, with whom Numa was so familiar, Diana, Ceres, &c. Olaus Magnus hath a long narration of one Hotherus, a king of Sweden, that having lost his company, as he was hunting one day, met with these water nymphs or fairies, and was feasted by them; and Hector Boethius, or Macbeth, and Banquo, two Scottish lords, that as they were wandering in the woods, had their fortunes told them by three strange women.
A pun; for he means Male aeger.--Pegge.
his seventh book De Legibus, hath a pretty fiction of a city under ground, to which by little holes some small store of light came; the inhabitants thought there could not be a better place, and at their first coming abroad they might not endure the light, aegerrime solem intueri; but after they were accustomed a little to it, "they deplored their fellows' misery that lived under ground."
Nota est fabula Pigmalionis apud Ovidium; Mundi et Paulini apud Aegesippum belli Jud.
You have heard the story, I presume, of Paulina, a chaste matron in Aegesippus, whom one of Isis's priests did prostitute to Mundus, a young knight, and made her believe it was their god Anubis.
A woman a man may eschew, but not a wife: wedding is undoing (some say) marrying marring, wooing woeing: "a wife is a fever hectic," as Scaliger calls her, "and not be cured but by death," as out of Menander, Athenaeus adds, "In pelaprus te jacis negotiorum,-- Non Libyum, non Aegeum, ubi ex triginta non pereunt Tria navigia: duceus uxorem servatur prorsus nemo."
Aegeus was so solicitous for his son Theseus, (when he went to fight with the Minotaur) of his success, lest he should be foiled, Prona est timori semper in pejus fides.
Arriving once more in the Rhone valley, I proceeded to Viesch, and from thence ascended the Aeggischhorn, on which unpleasant eminence I lost my way in a fog, and my temper shortly afterward.
That statement has been verified, for the church is now called Cill-Fiachna and it was first called Cill-Aeghain.
The chiefs and sons were: (1) Adrastos, whose son was Aegi'aleus (4 syl.); (
He was landed, therefore, at AEgialos, where he found some ambassadors to Eupator, King of Bithynia, who took him onward upon his way.
The kind mentioned by Marco and Burnes is probably that named by Royle Hordeum Aegiceras, and which has been sent to England under the name of Tartarian Wheat, though it is a genuine barley.
320 Then to herselfe she gives her Aegide shield, And steel-hed speare, and morion * on her hedd, Such as she oft is seene in warlicke field: Then sets she forth, how with her weapon dredd She smote the ground, the which streight foorth did yield 325 A fruitfull olyve tree, with berries spredd, That all the gods admir'd; then all the storie She compast with a wreathe of olyves hoarie.
The source of the story is in AEgidius Tschudi, a Swiss chronicler; and Schiller appears to have adhered, with much fidelity, to the original narrative.
Thyrsis, let honey and the honeycomb Fill thy sweet mouth, and figs of AEgilus: For ne'er cicala trilled so sweet a song.
Under the consulship of Marcus Fabius Buteo, they overthrew, near AEgimurus, in the African sea, a fleet of the enemy which was just sailing for Italy.
grants of land; for he drove out the entire population of the island of Aegina, and divided the land by lot among the Athenians.
Proposals were also made to allow any state, so wishing, to give money instead of men, at the rate of three Aeginetan obols (19) a day per man; or where the contingent consisted of cavalry, the pay given for one horseman was to be the equivalent to that of four hoplites; while, in the event of any defaulting in service, the Lacedaemonians should be allowed to mulct the said state of a stater per man per diem.
The news soon reached Gorgopas, who sallied out to the rescue with the Aeginetans and the marines of his vessels, being further accompanied by eight Spartans who happened to be with him.
Domitius, who was scarce four hours' march distant, having got intelligence from these, by the courtesy of the enemy, avoided the danger, and met Caesar coming to join him at Aeginium, a town on the confines of and opposite to Thessaly.
We anchored for a few hours in the evening near Vostizza, the ancient AEgion, now an unimportant village, at the foot of a mountain.
In this place I found incredible stores: mountains of percussion-caps, more chambers of fuses, small-arm cartridges, shells, and all those murderous explosive mixtures, a-making and made, with which modern savagery occupied its leisure in exterminating itself: or, at least, savagery civilised in its top-story only: for civilisation was apparently from the head downwards, and never once grew below the neck in all those centuries, those people being certainly much more mental than cordial, though I doubt if they were genuinely mental either--reminding one rather of that composite image of Nebuchadnezzar, head of gold, breast brazen, feet of clay--head man-like, heart cannibal, feet bestial--like aegipeds, and mermaids, and puzzling undeveloped births.
Phaerus Aegipti rex captus oculis per decennium, oraculum consuluit de uxoris pudicitia.
(2) Ran is the goddess of the sea, wife of Aegir.
Let the Reader only peruse the Description of Minerva's AEgis, or Buckler, in the Fifth Book, with her Spear, which would overturn whole Squadrons, and her Helmet, that was sufficient to cover an Army drawn out of an hundred Cities: The Golden Compasses in the above-mentioned Passage appear a very natural Instrument in the Hand of him, whom Plato somewhere calls the Divine Geometrician.
And is the woe Which fills Mycene's halls with ceaseless sighs To thee a secret still?--And know'st thou not That Clytemnestra, with AEgisthus' aid, Her royal consort artfully ensnar'd, And murder'd on the day of his return?-- The monarch's house thou honorest!
Quaeritur Aegistus quare sit factus adulter, &c., why was Aegistus a whoremaster?
From Missolonghi the travellers passed over the Gulf of Corinth to Patras, then a rude, half-ruined, open town with a fortress on the top of a hill; and on the 4th of December, in the afternoon, they proceeded towards Corinth, but halted at Vostizza, the ancient AEgium, where they obtained their first view of Parnassus, on the opposite side of the gulf; rising high above the other peaks of that hilly region, and capped with snow.
"Sic dentata sibi videtur Aegle, Emptis ossibus Indicoque cornu; Sic quae nigrior est cadente moro, Cerussata sibi placet Lychoris."
So after one day's halt he breaks up his camp at Egbert's Stone and marches to Aeglea, now called Clay hill, an important height, commanding the vale to the north of Westbury, which the Danish army were now occupying.
And make him with fair Aegles break his faith, With Ariadne and Antiopa?
PETRARCH, Aeglogues, i. 277, n. 2; read by Johnson, i. 57, 115, n. 2; iv.
No, AEgon: and he gave them me to tend while he's away.
It was a long time before the ancients received credit for their stories of showers of stones; and all were ready to joke with Butler, at the story of the Thracian rock, which fell in the river Aegos:-- "For Anaxagoras, long agon, Saw hills, as well as you i'th' moon, And held the sun was but a piece Of red hot iron as big as Greece.