G37 a 660.) The most dear friend, or relation, was anxious to receive the last breath of the dying (/En. iv. 983.), as fancying the soul to expire with it, and to enter into their own bodies ; at this moment it was customary to beat brazen kettles, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Classical manual; or, A mythological, historical, and geographical commentary on Pope's Homer and Dryden's Æneid of Virgil|