And I saw Leda the wife of Tyndarus, who bore him two famous sons, Castor breaker of horses, and Pollux
the mighty boxer.
As he entered the city, he heard the inhabitants talking at the street corners, and saying that Hercules was brave, and Jason too, and Castor and Pollux
likewise, but that Theseus, the son of their own king, would turn out as great a hero as the best of them.
Again the Castor and Pollux
of the wilderness sallied forth, and again their flint guns were at fault, and missed fire, and nothing went off but the buffalo.
I see, moreover, many other Achaeans whose names I could tell you, but there are two whom I can nowhere find, Castor, breaker of horses, and Pollux
the mighty boxer; they are children of my mother, and own brothers to myself.
In fact, those four names - D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis - were venerated among all who wore a sword; as, in antiquity, the names of Hercules, Theseus, Castor, and Pollux
acquired Castor & Pollux
and its ORGANIX, Natural Ultramix and Good Buddy food and treats for pets.
The stars Castor and Pollux
are in which constellation in the night sky?
Birmingham Town Hall's neoclassical design - it came at a time of highly-charged radicalism - is based on the ancient Temple of Castor and Pollux
in the Roman Forum, Rome and represented an entirely new concept in English architecture.
A statue of Castor and Pollux
used as a bludgeon, an elaborate astrological display alluding to the constellation Gemini, and a severed human finger are found as Finn and her colleagues investigate the scene of the crime.
The winning design, by Joseph Hansom & Edward Welsh, was influenced chiefly by the Roman temple of Castor and Pollux
, albeit scaled down by a quarter.
To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Rameau's death, Theatre des Champs-Elysees presented a new production of Castor et Pollux
, also a Stu 1907, was treated with the new film, Thorn-DA.