Polydamas

Polydamas

huge athlete who killed a fierce lion with his bare hands, stopped a rushing chariot, lifted a mad bull, and died attempting to stop a falling rock. [Gk. Myth.: Benét, 801]
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You cannot mean to say that because Polydamas, the pancratiast, is stronger than we are, and finds the eating of beef conducive to his bodily strength, that to eat beef is therefore equally for our good who are weaker than he is, and right and just for us?
The Trojans, on the other side upon the rising slope of the plain, were gathered round great Hector, noble Polydamas, Aeneas who was honoured by the Trojans like an immortal, and the three sons of Antenor, Polybus, Agenor, and young Acamas beauteous as a god.
Females of Battus polydamas (Papilionidae), Phoebis sennae and Aphrissa statira (Pieridae) oviposit on plant species which generally grow in secondary forests such as Aristolochia spp.
Sotes, "Aristolochic acids from Aristolochia bridgesii, a host-plant of battus polydamas archidamas," Journal of the Chilean Chemical Society, vol.
Ciclo biologico de Battus polydamas (Linnaeus) (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) en la Amazonia de Peru.
The butterfly Battus polydamas (Linnaeus, 1758) (Papilionidae: Troidini) is a broad-range species, occurring from central Argentina to southern USA.
polydamas son comunes a los departamentos de Casanare y Arauca, mientras que P.
In Iliad 12, Hector disputes Polydamas's reading of a bird and snake portent that features an eagle appearing on the left and releasing from its grip the viper it held in its claws (12.200-7).
XII.210ff., the sign is taken by Polydamas to mean that the Trojans should not proceed beyond the walls to burn the ships of the Achaeans.