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" Celeiis; but this story is unknown to Homer. According to a still later legend, she plunged her son into the Styx, and thereby rendered him invulnerable in every part except the heel by which she held him. Like all noble heroes, Achilles was instructed... "
Conversations and amusing tales [by H. English]. - Página 358
de Harriet English - 1799 - 385 páginas
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book 26-33

Lodovico Ariosto - 1807
...story of Achilles is that he was dipped in the river Styx by his mother Thetis, and thereby hecame invulnerable in every part except the heel by which she held him, and that he was at last shot by Paris at the altar, in the only vulnerable place, at the instigation...
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Excerpta ex scriptis Publii Ovidii Nasonis: Accedunt notulae anglicae et ...

Ovid - 1827 - 287 páginas
...Peleus and Thetis. Soon after he was born, his mother plunged him into the river Styx ; and thus made him invulnerable in every part except the heel, by which she held him. This precaution was not however sufficient to divest her of her fears for his future safety ; and when...
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A compendium of heathen mythology

E A. Gilbert - 1849
...of all the Greeks in the Trojan war. During his infancy his mother dipped him into the river Styx, which rendered him invulnerable in every part except the heel, by which she held him. It is said that Paris aimed an arrow B at his vulnerable heel, in the tenth year of the Trojan war,...
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Grecian and Roman Mythology

Mary Ann Dwight - 1849 - 451 páginas
...forth nectar for the guests. When Achilles was born, Thetis plunged him in the river Styx, which made him invulnerable in every part except the heel, by which she held him. And in this heel he received a fatal wound. Achilleus, like the other heroes, was reared by the wise...
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Grecian and Roman Mythology

Mary Ann Dwight - 1864 - 451 páginas
...forth aectat for the guests. When Achilles was born, Thetis plunged him in tlic river Styx, which made him invulnerable in every part except the heel, by which she held him. And in this heel he received a fatal wound. Acbillctts. like the other heroes. was reared by the wise...
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The Servants of the Stomach

Jean Macé - 1868 - 303 páginas
...not known." — Tfote of Translator . \ The goddess Thetis dipped her son Achilles in the river Styx, which rendered him invulnerable in every part except the heel, by •which she held him. On the capture of Troy, Polyxena was promised to Achilles as his wife, but while he stood before the...
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The mythology of Greece and Rome, with special reference to its use in art ...

Otto Seemann - 1877
...unknown to Homer. According to a still later legend, she plunged her son into the Styx, and thereby rendered him invulnerable in every part except the heel by which she held him. Like all noble heroes, Achilles was instructed by Chiron, under whom he acquired such wonderful skill...
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The Mythology of Greece and Rome: With Special Reference to Its Use in Art

Otto Seemann - 1880 - 311 páginas
...unknown to Homer. According to a still later legend, she plunged her son into the Styx, and thereby rendered him invulnerable in every part except the heel by which she held him. Like all noble heroes, Achilles was instructed by Chiron, under whom he acquired such wonderful skill...
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The Mythology of Greece and Rome

Otto Seemann - 1884
...unknown to Homer. According to a still later legend, she plunged her son into the Styx, and thereby rendered him invulnerable in every part except the heel by which she held him. Like all noble heroes, Achilles was instructed by Chiron, nnder whom he acquired such wonderful skill...
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The Mythology of Greece and Rome: With Special Reference to Its Use in Art ...

Otto Seemann - 1887 - 311 páginas
...unknown to Homer. According to a still later legend, she plunged her son into the Styx, and thereby rendered him invulnerable in every part except the heel by which she held him. Like all noble heroes, Achilles was instructed by Chiron, under whom he acquired such wonderful skill...
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