Two of the wooers, Antinous and Eurymachus, were greatly angered at the daring act of the youth.
Antinous refers to it (l. 259) and proposes to defer the contest on that account.
In the talk with Antinous he begins another tale or rather the old one, with Egypt and Cyprus in the background.
Antinous might lift his brow, and tell us why he is forever sad.
The volume has a finely-executed steel engraving of the Ildefonso group (Antinous) in the museum at Madrid.
"I have never yet been able to keep still for any artist," said Antinous.
The argent limbs of Antinous brushed against the garments of Mona Lisa.
Antinous, searching for his master, had wandered about in the crowd.
Some of these men are strikingly handsome, with shapely statuesque figures that recall the Antinous and the Apollo Belvidere.
Antinous made no answer, but slowly went back to his litter.