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Thoas, son of Andraemon, commanded the Aetolians, who dwelt in Pleuron, Olenus, Pylene, Chalcis by the sea, and rocky Calydon, for the great king Oeneus had now no sons living, and was himself dead, as was also golden-haired Meleager, who had been set over the Aetolians to be their king.
From his fierce eyes there shone forth portentous fire: and once in high Calydon he slew the destroying beast, the fierce wild boar with gleaming tusks.
64), while he was fighting with the Curetes for pleasant Calydon.
Five years later he put forth 'Atalanta in Calydon,' a tragedy not only drawn from Greek heroic legend, but composed in the ancient Greek manner, with long dialogs and choruses.
During these same years he reached the pinnacle of his poetic powers, producing the two volumes upon which, more than any others, his fame would rest: Atalanta in Calydon (1865) and Poems and Ballads (1866).
In retaliation, she unleashed the monster on the fertile fields of Calydon, "an ornament to Greece," terrorizing adjacent communities and wreaking havoc with local agriculture.
Karpf was vice president, clinical and regulatory affairs at Calydon, Inc.
But except when it was in a play deliberately modeled on a Greek tragedy-Atlanta in Calydon, of course-where he seems to have thought that the intolerable hendecasyllables of the dialogue and narrative made his typical anapests in the choruses into classical meters, he did not deliberately mix his meters.
Thaumasia between Solis Lacus and Tithonius Lacus that includes the 'canal', Calydon, and also Phoenicus Lacus.
13) We can add to this that the two poets shared a commitment to poetic theatre, and that in Swinburne's Atalanta in Calydon and Erechtheus, Mallarme discerned something already approximating to his own ideal alternative to what he called an "everyday and national theatre.
The early 1860s saw the appearance of Lyell's Evidence of the Antiquity of Man (1863), Tylor's research on the early history of mankind (1863), Renan's Vie deJesus (1863), Pius IX's encyclical, Quanta cura, and the accompanying Syllabus errarum, John Henry Newman's Apologia (1864), and Swinburne's notorious Atlanta in Calydon (1865); it was in this period also that Arthur Stanley was appointed Dean of Westminster, and that Bills were introduced in Parliament to amend or repeal the 'Test Acts' as they affected universities.