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The virgin is also Andromeda, delivered by Perseus from the whale that pursues her (pro-sequitor).
This constellation is named from Perseus, the son of Jupiter by Danae, who was translated into the heavens by the assistance of Minerva, for having released Andromeda from her confinement on the rock to which she was chained.
He is represented in the preceding illustration holding a drawn sword in his right hand and in his left the head of Medusa, the Gorgon, whose terrifying appearance changed all who beheld her into stone, and whom he had destroyed with the assistance of the wings he had borrowed from Mercury, the helmet from Pluto, the sword from Vulcan, and the shield from Minerva. JOSEPH'S STABLE; AURIGA, the Wagoner:-A northern constellation between Perseus and Gemini, represented by the figure of an old man supporting a goat.
A northern constellation, represented by a woman chained; as, according to Grecian fable, Andromeda, the daughter of Cassiopia, was bound to a rock by the Nereides, and afterwards released by Perseus.
Alope, daughter of Cercyon, a robber, who reigned at Eleusis and was conquered by Perseus.
It was in prison, too, that he thought out the Perseus and Medusa.
In prison, works like the Pieta were his ambition, but when freedom came the Perseus was uppermost in his mind.
The Perseus of Cellini was a thought that took years to germinate.
Says Cellini: I felt convinced that when my Perseus was accomplished, all my trials would be turned to high felicity and glorious well-being.
While these were on their way, I clothed my Perseus with the clay which I had prepared many months beforehand, in order that it might be duly seasoned.
When I had finished drawing off the wax, I constructed a funnel-shaped furnace all round the model of my Perseus.
And I, said Carpalin, will get in there if the birds can enter, for I am so nimble of body, and light withal, that I shall have leaped over their trenches, and ran clean through all their camp, before that they perceive me; neither do I fear shot, nor arrow, nor horse, how swift soever, were he the Pegasus of Perseus or Pacolet, being assured that I shall be able to make a safe and sound escape before them all without any hurt.
Oh! for some valiant Perseus here now to kill the dog.
The thing had become a living terror to herself-its claws Jew money-lenders, so velvety and innocent when her wilful ignorance made first acquaintance with them; but nobody-not even Mr Thornycroft, not even Jim, CERTAINLY not Rose-could be allowed to play Perseus to this proud Andromeda.
Among the regal descendants of Lynceus was Danae, whose son Perseus performed marvelous deeds, by the special favor of Athene, among which he brought from Libya the terrific head of the Gorgon Medusa, which had the marvelous property of turning every one to stone who looked at her.
The grand-daughter of Perseus was Alcmena, whom mythology represents as the mother of Hercules by Jupiter.
We have seen that the descendants of Perseus, who was a descendant of Danaus, reigned at Mycenæ in Argolis—among whom was Amphitryon, who fled to Thebes, on the murder of his uncle, with Alemena his wife.
Philip of Macedon died, B.C. 179, in the fifty-ninth year of his age and the forty-second of his reign, and his son Perseus succeeded to his throne at the age of thirty-one.
Perseus made alliances with the discontented cities—with the Byzantines, the Ætolians, and the Bœotians.
And Perseus himself was a monarch of great ability, trained and disciplined to war.

Examples of Perseu

Example #1
That of this virgin should be born, spring up, an offspring, a child, who should bruise the head of the serpent, and deliver the world from sin.
Example #2
Such is the secret of all their pictures, and the solution of all their mythological monsters.
Example #3
JOSEPH'S STABLE; AURIGA, the Wagoner:-A northern constellation between Perseus and Gemini, represented by the figure of an old man supporting a goat.
Example #4
He is represented in the preceding illustration holding a drawn sword in his right hand and in his left the head of Medusa, the Gorgon, whose terrifying appearance changed all who beheld her into stone, and whom he had destroyed with the assistance of the wings he had borrowed from Mercury, the helmet from Pluto, the sword from Vulcan, and the shield from Minerva. JOSEPH'S STABLE; AURIGA, the Wagoner:-A northern constellation between Perseus and Gemini, represented by the figure of an old man supporting a goat.
Example #5
This constellation is named from Perseus, the son of Jupiter by Danae, who was translated into the heavens by the assistance of Minerva, for having released Andromeda from her confinement on the rock to which she was chained.