Phillis still called him Alcides, to his endless mystification: but she privately wondered when his labors were to begin.
The great Alcides, every labour past, Had still this monster to subdue at last.
After 'Alcides'' 'lion's robe' is of course to be understood.
We have all been laughing a little at the notion of Alcides being in love.
Finally, we find him deified in Olympus, and the epic closes with an empty bravado that none ever more worthily emulated Alcides.
Julius declares Alcides raised Tyndarus and Hippo-litus from the dead.
Cadiz: in ancient times a Phœnician colony, whose coins bear the emblem of two pillars—the pillars of Hercules (Alcides).
She hung upon the arm of her Alcides, like a snow-drop on a rock.
At this the grief and choler of Alcides blazed forth dark and infuriate.
The Alcides, who was carrying the axis of the world, fallen down in physical rheumatism!