II.); Apollo and the executioner complete the group. In the Lateran museum at Rome there is a statue representing Marsyas in the act of picking up the flute, a copy of a masterpiece by Myron (Hyginus, Fab.
59; Hyginus, fab.
According to other accounts, he was slain by Hector (Hyginus, Fab.
According to Hyginus (Fab.
22; Hyginus, Fab.
Tiro, the amanuensis of Cicero; Hyginus, the librarian of Augustus; Livius Andronicus, Caecilius, Statius, Terence, Publilius Syrus, Phaedrus and Epictetus.
9; Hyginus, Fab.
560; Hyginus, Fab.
5; Hyginus, Fab.
4; Hyginus, Poet.
In another legend he was blinded by Oenopion of Chios for having violated his daughter Merope; but having made his way to the place where the sun rose, he recovered his sight (Hyginus, loc. cit.; Parthenius, Erotica, 20).
A further appendix consisted of Anecdotes, Letters and Rescripts of the emperor Hadrian; fables of Aesop; extracts from Hyginus; a history of the Trojan War, abridged from the Iliad; and a legal fragment, Hepi iXethEpci 8364;wv (De manumissionibus).
254; Hyginus, Fab.
In punishment for their offences they were bound back to back with snakes to a pillar in the lower world (Hyginus, Fab.
67; Hyginus, Fab.
Then he caused an alarm to be sounded; whereupon the girls fled, but Achilles seized the arms, and so revealed himself, and was easily persuaded to follow the Greeks (Hyginus, Fab.
9.7; Hyginus, Fab.
ANCHISES, in Greek legend, Trojan hero, son of Capys and Themis, grandson (according to Hyginus, son) of Assaracus, connected on both sides with the royal family of Troy, was king of Dardanus on Mt.
For revealing the name of the child's mother, in spite of the warnings of the goddess, he was killed or struck blind by lightning (Hyginus, Fab.
3 2, 4 2, 49; Hyginus, Fab.
I, 4; Hyginus, Fab.
517; Hyginus, Fab.
According to another story (Hyginus, Fab.
- xii.; Hyginus, Fab.
9; Hyginus, Fabulae; Apollodorus).
- xxiv.; Hyginus, Fab.
In another account (Hyginus, Fab.
19, and Servius ad loc i Hyginus, Ast&onom.
21, and elsewhere; Sophocles, Electra, 504; Hyginus, Fab.
85-145; Hyginus, Fab.
According to another account she married Telegonus the son of Odysseus and Circe, after he had killed his father, and dwelt with him in the island of Aeala or in the Islands of the Blest (Hyginus, Feb.
The claims of the three deities Hera, Aphrodite and Athena are decided by Paris in favour of Aphrodite, who as a reward assists him to gain possession of Helen (Hyginus, Fab.
What we know for certain is that after the death of Hyginus, bishop of Rome (or c. 139 A.D.), he arrived, in the course of his travels, at Rome, and made a handsome donation of money to the local church.
She had been betrothed to Achilles, who was slain by Paris in the temple of Apollo Thymbraeus, where the marriage was to have been celebrated (Hyginus, Fab.
485; Hyginus, Fab.
267; Hyginus, Fab.
See Hyginus, Fab.
4; Hyginus, Fab.