So, again, in the Tydeus
of Theodectes, the father says, 'I came to find my son, and I lose my own life.
The son of Tydeus
went on also with me, and his crews with him.
First he asked Nestor and King Idomeneus, then the two Ajaxes and the son of Tydeus
, and sixthly Ulysses, peer of gods in counsel; but Menelaus came of his own accord, for he knew how busy his brother then was.
The sons of the Achaeans who held Argos and walled Tiryns, and Hermione and Asine which lie along a deep bay, and Troezen, and Eiones, and vine-clad Epidaurus, and the island of Aegina, and Mases, -- these followed strong-voiced Diomedes, son of Tydeus
, who had the spirit of his father the son of Oeneus, and Sthenelus, dear son of famous Capaneus.
His band of travelling companions includes soothsayer Amphiaraus (Ian McShane), warrior Autolycus (Rufus Sewell) and mute orphan Tydeus
His band of travelling companions includes Amphiaraus (Ian McShane), Autolycus (Rufus Sewell) and Tydeus
His band of travelling His band of travelling companions includes soothsayer Amphiaraus (Ian McShane), warrior Autolycus (Rufus Sewell), mute orphan Tydeus
(Aksel Hennie), Amazonian archer Atalanta (Ingrid Bolso Berdal) and silver-tongued storyteller Iolaus (Reece Ritchie), who is also Hercules' cousin.
The cast of "Hercules" includes Dwayne Johnson as the protagonist, Irina Shayk as Megara, John Hurt as Cotys, Rufus Sewell as Autolycus, Joe Anderson as Phineus, Ingrid Bolso Berdal as Atlanta, Rebecca Ferguson as Ergenia, Peter Mullan as Sitacles, Reece Ritchie as Iolaus and Aksel Hennie as Tydeus
Now I myself and the son of Tydeus
and great Odysseus were sitting there in the middle of them and we heard you crying aloud, and Diomedes and I started up, both minded to go outside, or else to answer your voice from inside, but Odysseus pulled us back and held us, for all our eagerness.
20) In Book 2 of the Thebaid, Statius compares the warrior Tydeus
proves too much for the son of Tydeus
to endure, so he wheels his horses
50) The extant Declamations of Quintilian, recently published by Tydeus
Ugoletus of Parma, (51) and those of Libanius and Paulus Tyrius, are samples of such exercises: "and there is no doubt that a young person correctly trained in them, would handle civil law with greater proficiency and not 'with unwashed hands.