Everything irrational should, if possible, be excluded; or, at all events, it should lie outside the action of the play (as, in the Oedipus, the hero's ignorance as to the manner of Laius' death); not within the drama,--as in the Electra, the messenger's account of the Pythian
games; or, as in the Mysians, the man who has come from Tegea to Mysia and is still speechless.
Placed in an envelope, and addressed to Fouquet, it had not even been divined by Planchet, who in divination was equal to Calchas or the Pythian
The "Hymn to Apollo" consists of two parts, which beyond any doubt were originally distinct, a Delian hymn and a Pythian
Sweet-voiced daughter of Zeus from thy gold-paved Pythian
This, however, is not to be understood as an absolute prohibition of the marriage of brothers and sisters; if the lot favours them, and they receive the sanction of the Pythian
oracle, the law will allow them.
Part on the Plain, or in the Air sublime Upon the wing, or in swift race contend, As at th' Olympian Games or PYTHIAN
fields; Part curb thir fierie Steeds, or shun the Goal With rapid wheels, or fronted Brigads form.
Well, Chaerephon, as you know, was very impetuous in all his doings, and he went to Delphi and boldly asked the oracle to tell him whether--as I was saying, I must beg you not to interrupt--he asked the oracle to tell him whether anyone was wiser than I was, and the Pythian
prophetess answered, that there was no man wiser.
Later on I found in the hymn to the Pythian
Apollo (which abounds with tags taken from the "Odyssey") a line ending
The Olympic, Nemea, Isthmian, Pythian
and Panathenian games were stopped.
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service (MFRS) confirmed they were called to a fire on Pythian
Street, near Islington, after a blaze on the second floor and roof space of a derelict building was reported.
ESRI, SPSS, Hexagon, Pythian
, Tech-friend, Team Computer, Integra, Avlon participated in the event and showcased the work they have done in Crime Analytics along with their ideas and products to the delegates.
At the beginning of the tradition, Pindar, in Pythian
1, makes us hear the mountain with an instance of onomatopoeic alliteration unparalleled in the victory odes: [phrase omitted] (1.