She was an egeria who hovered above him, gently smiling at his earthiness.
Remember that at your age one has need, like Oedipus, of an egeria!
Scrope's egeria stood in the middle of the room waiting for Scrope's wife.
On entering it, egeria found all the children in their places and at work.
This left 'egeria' the lead, and she was first to pass through the Needles, with the others not far astern.
There is another way in which egeria brings music into the lives of the children.
His egeria was temperance accompanied with a constant activity of body and mind.
With them also came Virbius, son of Hippolytus, from egeria.
The romance of the grove of egeria was, however, dispelled when the valley was turned into a place of imprisonment for the Jews.
And the lady herself was a furbelowed egeria to a powdered Numa.