|Orithyia - Wikipedia|
Orithyia's brothers were Cecrops, Pandorus, and Metion, and her sisters were Procris, Creusa, and Chthonia. Boreas, the north wind, fell in love with her.
|Palamedes (mythology) - Wikipedia|
In Greek mythology, Palamedes (Ancient Greek: Παλαμήδης) was the son of Nauplius and Clymene. He joined the Greeks in the expedition against Troy.
|AesopFables.com - PREFACE - General Fable collection|
PREFACE - General Fable collection. PREFACE THE TALE, the Parable, and the Fable are all common and popular modes of conveying instruction.
With the kind permission of Mrs. Pat Kessler, Ms. Ruth Sameth, and Mrs. Debby Borg, this site has incorporated direct links links to many of their exercises and ...
|Phaedrus | Latin in Translation|
Posts about Phaedrus written by Faulconbridge. ... Phaedrus, Fabulae 1.2. Posted on 1 July 2010 | Leave a comment · Phaedrus, Fabulae 1.2. Frogs Seek a ...
|Greek & Latin authors: list of translations (2)|
A list of ancient Greek and Latin authors, with links to online translations: M-Z
|PHILOSTRATUS THE ELDER, IMAGINES BOOK 1.1-15 - Theoi ...|
PHILOSTRATUS THE ELDER was a Greek writer who flourished in the C3rd A.D. He was the author of a work entitled the Imagines (or Images), a collection of short essays ...
|BOREAS - Greek God of the North Wind & Winter|
Boreas was the ancient Greek god of the north wind, one of the four seasonal Anemoi (Wind-Gods). He was also the god of winter who swept down from the cold mountains ...
|Browse By Author: R - Project Gutenberg|
Project Gutenberg listing of public domain stories by Sax Rohmer.
|Phaedrus, Fabulae Aesopiae, Liber Primus, Ranae regem petierunt.|
Canis et sus et venator. gt Appendix: Fabulae Novae. Simius et vulpes: Avarum etiam ... maius ne veniat malum. Fabulae Aesopiae. Phaedrus, Augusti libertus.
|Phaedrus, Fabulae Aesopiae, Liber Primus, PROLOGUS|
Appendix: Fabulae Novae ... Fabulae Aesopiae. Phaedrus, Augusti libertus. ... data.perseus.org/citations/urn:cts:latinLit:phi0975.phi001.perseus-lat1:1.prologus .
|Book I - II. Ranae Regem Petunt (Phaedrus)|
Aesop's Fables: Phaedrus. Book I - II. Ranae Regem Petunt (Perry 44). Athenae cum florerent ... One slily peep'd out of the pool, And finding it a king in jest,
|Ph. Renault - Babrius, un fabuliste oublié|
Un Romain qui écrivait en grec. Babrius est un nom romain, c'est un fait incontestable, un nom que l'on a retrouvé sur maintes inscriptions ...
|Liste lateinischer Phrasen/Q – Wikipedia|
Qua Qua patet orbis „So weit die Erde reicht“ Die Wendung kommt in einer Elegie vor, die Christoph Wilhelm Mitscherlich im Jahr 1812 auf den Tod seines ...