There were light footsteps behind her, but Gela, lost in sorrow and prayer, heeded them not.
Thucydides, however, says that it was founded by a colony from Gela.
The Gela is at times a very violent stream, as the following description of Ovid bears witness.
And what Gela failed to find out was seen by other eyes and heard by other ears.
Small contingents also arrived, in answer to the call of Gylippus, from Gela and Selinus.
And thou wilt be true to me, Gela, and wait patiently till I come back, and not give thy heart to another?
Gelatin′iform, having the form of Gelatine; Gela′tinoid, like Gelatine; Gelat′inous, resembling or formed into jelly.
Gela, his26 first love, was now at his side to tend him and bless him for ever as she could never have done on earth.
He died in 477, and was succeeded by his brother Hiero I. who had till then ruled over Gela.
There is a curious story related as to his death, which took place at Gela in 456 B.C.