Minos makes war upon the Athenians, for killing his son Androgeus.
On the doors is Androgeus' death; thereby the children of Cecrops, bidden, ah me!
Without delay, therefore, Androgeus sent his son Scæva with thirty young noblemen nearly related to him.
But Androgeus, now incensed, scorned all compliance with him.
Androgeus also and Tenancius were at the battell in aid of Cassibellane.
After this he landed, and ioining with Androgeus, came into a vallie nere to Canturburie, and there incamped.
Thus speaking, he next dons the plumed helmet and beautifully blazoned shield of Androgeus, and fits the Argive sword to his side.