Here he first taught philosophy; afterwards in the Gardens of colonus.
The place to which they had come was in Attica, hear the city of colonus.
Then seek there a man by name of Tobias, a colonus and a worker in ivory for the good Christian priests.
A Chorus from colonus comes to find out who the suppliant is.
After touching the dead Jocasta and his two sons, he passes to exile and rest at colonus.
He argued that the Roman name was colonus, which readily was transformed to a Spanish equivalent.
The poet, preserving his habitual calmness, recited the famous chorus which contains the praises of colonus.
The "Antigone" and "Œdipus at colonus" of Sophocles are of exquisite tenderness and beauty.
It is, at least, very probable that Milton might here associate the nightingale with colonus, as he does in Par.
He lived to be ninety years old, and produced the most beautiful of his tragedies in his eightieth year, the "Oedipus at colonus."