IX 149 ff., taken together with the references to Sparta and Mycenae, we may infer the contrary.
His successor is his younger brother, Hygelc, 2944 ff., 2992.
On the various kinds of stanzaic structure, see pages 88 ff., below.
Evil; the problem of, 263 ff.; the way in which it is solved, 279 ff.
II 455 ff., where the gleam arising from the bronze armour of the Achaean army is compared to the blaze produced by a forest fire.
Whig oligarchy, attitude toward the colonies, 148 ff.;and the Seven Years' War, 158.
XIX 404 ff., where one of Achilles' horses speaks and prophesies his master's death.
The reference is to Iliad, vii, 54 ff., though Hector is there described as keeping back the Trojans with his spear.
XXIV 614 ff., although the identification of this figure is still disputed.
Therefore, they who take the living Bread which came down from heaven, John 6:32ff., should always be pure with respect to them.