Aganippe,” one of the sacred springs
on Helicon. The English
poet Ben Jonson berates himself
for sloth: “Are all th’Aonian springs
ark that they first showed forth their
mysteries, and with them the Aonian women secretly
rites. And they arra**** a gathering
- my adventrous
Song, That with no middle flight intends
to soar Above
it pursues Things unattempted
yet in Prose
or Rhime. A selection...
- (and possibly
also Medea), Ariadne, and Phaedra. The "woman beloved
of the Aonian
to Sappho. Knox (1995) 6. He also provides
(p. 6, n. 9) a cautionary...
- Apollo grants
all his power
of song, and Calliope willingly
lyre" III.24.4 IV.7.96 Micaela
Janan, The Politics
of Desire: Propertius...
- of sisters, and made Cadmos happy
– Polydoros, the morning
star of the Aonian
than rosy ch**** Semele
Upon the death
of Cadmus, Pentheus...
shuttles. ****phone and Hades metamorphosed
them into comets. The Aonians erected
them a sanctuary
near Orchomenus, where
- eticographical survey
of the western parts
of Ireland. A poem, Dublin, 1812. Aonian
Kaleidoscope;or a collection
poems, Cork, 1824. The Hippocrene;a...
- A-while vouchsafe, young
Hero, to retire
'Mid Streams, and Grottos, and th'Aonian
Choir: Apollo, God of Fore-sight, who with Ease Thy distant, ripen'd Years...
(obscure) was by Urania
cleared, Who heard
this hymn sung in the Aonian
grove: "Phoebus must leave
his orb, and shine
with Jove. And in the moment...