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His conquest of Pheræ was now easy, and he rapidly made himself master of all Thessaly, and expelled Lycophron.
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In adopting this plan I have had in my mind the Cassandra of Lycophron,[280] and the Prophecy of Nereus by Horace, as well as the Prophecies of Holy Writ.
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V His wisdom men acknowledged; only one, The creature, issue of him, Lycophron, That rebel with his mother in his brows, Contested: such an infamous would foul Pirene!
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The seizure of a passion for his line Impelled him to the path of Lycophron.
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XII Not Lycophron the exile now appeared, But young Periander, from the shadow cleared, That haunted his rebellious brows.
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They, whose approach in such rare pomp and stress Of numbers the free islanders dismayed At Tyranny come masking to oppress, Found Lycophron this breathless, this lone-laid.
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Galgenstein has quoted Euripides thrice, Plato once, Lycophron nine times, besides extracts from the Latin syntax and the minor Greek poets.
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Lycophron, the son of Mastor, the servant of Ajax, a Cytherean, who dwelt with him, since he had killed a man amongst the celebrated Cythereans.
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He had set his heart on being intimately acquainted with all the extant poetry of Greece, and was not satisfied till he had mastered Lycophron's Cassandra, the most obscure work in the whole range of ancient literature.
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Examples of Lycophron

Example #1
He then marched to Thermopylæ, to the great alarm of Athens, which sent a force to resist him, which force succeeded in defending the pass, and keeping Philip, for a time, from entering Southern Greece.
Example #2
But Philip repaired his losses, marched again into Thessaly, defeated the Phocians, and slew Onomarchus.
Example #3
The reader is requested to suppose that Dante addresses him in the interval between the conclusion of the _Divina Commedia_ and his death, and shortly before the latter event, foretelling the fortunes of Italy in general in the ensuing centuries.
Example #4
If they are understood and approved, it is my purpose to continue the poem in various other cantos to its natural conclusion in the present age.
Example #5
At whiles a bloodhorse racing till it drops; At whiles a crouching dog, on him all eye.
Example #6
To prove the Gods benignant to his rule, The years, which fasten rigid whom they cool, Reviewing, saw him hold the seat of power.