The earliest of the post-Homeric epics of Troy are apparently the "Aethiopis" and the "Sack of Ilium
", both ascribed to Arctinus of Miletus who is said to have flourished in the first Olympiad (776 B.C.).
For this reason the Iliad and the Odyssey each furnish the subject of one tragedy, or, at most, of two; while the Cypria supplies materials for many, and the Little Iliad for eight--the Award of the Arms, the Philoctetes, the Neoptolemus, the Eurypylus, the Mendicant Odysseus, the Laconian Women, the Fall of Ilium
, the Departure of the Fleet.
Was this the face that launch'd a thousand ships, And burnt the topless towers of Ilium
?-- Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss.--
And now his heart Distends with pride, and hardning in his strength Glories: For never since created man, Met such imbodied force, as nam'd with these Could merit more then that small infantry Warr'd on by Cranes: though all the Giant brood Of PHLEGRA with th' Heroic Race were joyn'd That fought at THEB'S and ILIUM
, on each side Mixt with auxiliar Gods; and what resounds In Fable or ROMANCE of UTHERS Son Begirt with BRITISH and ARMORIC Knights; And all who since, Baptiz'd or Infidel Jousted in ASPRAMONT or MONTALBAN, DAMASCO, or MAROCCO, or TREBISOND, Or whom BISERTA sent from AFRIC shore When CHARLEMAIN with all his Peerage fell By FONTARABBIA.
They had this melancholy retreat to themselves, and seated on the divan enclosing the central steam-radiator, they were staring silently at the glass cabinets mounted in ebonised wood which contained the recovered fragments of Ilium
of the Tucumcari-area find is significantly larger than an ilium
from an average-size coelophysis, New Mexico's state dinosaur, and the shape is quite different, Hungerbuehler said.
The two Canadians will be up against Americans Lois McMaster Bujold for 'Paladin of Souls' and Dan Simmons for 'Ilium
', and Scottish author Charles Stross for his novel 'Singularity Sky', when the winner is announced on 5 September 2004 in Boston, reports the Toronto Star.
Quominus, si ore ad os ilium
alloqui non valeret frequentibus datis et acceptis Epistolis ipsius dulcedine et amicabili colloquio atque consilio frueretur.' Hec Linus in Vita Pauli."
The genitive is elsewhere always ilium
, the dative and ablative almost invariably(4) ilibus.
Ilos or IlusIn Greek mythology, the founder of Ilion (Latin Ilium
, later called Troy).
Measuring more than 6 feet long, the fossilized bones include the ilium
, or hip bones, and the sacrum -- several vertebrae fused together and attached to the ilium
for strength (SN: 9/24/88, p.
SACROILIAC JOINTS The sacroiliac joints are on either side of your tail bone or sacrum, joining it, on each side, to the ilium
bone, the largest bones that form the outer walls of the pelvis.