Early in August, 1346, there had been erected along the shore by the Castello dell' ovo a palisade encircling a raised platform.
Castor gaudet equis, ovo prognatus eodem / Pugnis—Castor delights in horses; he that sprung from the same egg, in boxing.
Idque non solum in ovo, sed in omni fœtu, animaliumque conceptu primo contingere, mox palam fiet.
Her eyes were turned toward the blue waters beyond the Castello dell' ovo.
Calabressa walked back to Naples, and to the hotel indicated, which was near the Castello dell' ovo.
As the Marchesino turned on the bridge that leads towards Castel dell' ovo one of these boatmen met him and saluted him.