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  • Hearing such a speech from Antinous, Telemachus had to say, ‘Antinous, I see that thou hast good care for me and mine.

    Part II. Chapter X

  • Therewithal he spake winged words to Antinous: ‘Antinous, verily thou hast a good care for me, as it were a father for his son, thou that biddest me drive our guest from the hall with a harsh command.

    Book XVII

  • He was in the happiest humor; he called Antinous and his secretary, heaped abundant portions with his own hand on their plates, which he bade them hold out to him, declaring as he did so that it was to prevent their fishing the best of the sausages out of the cabbage for themselves.

    The Emperor — Volume 03

  • Some of these men are strikingly handsome, with shapely statuesque figures that recall the Antinous and the Apollo Belvidere.

    The Bay State Monthly — Volume 2, No. 1, October, 1884

  • In his youth he had been called Antinous to Henri's Caesar; but there is a certain type of beauty which, if preyed upon by vices, becomes sardonic in old age.

    The Grey Cloak

  • "His artistic eye delights in the beauty of Antinous, which is celebrated, but which it has not yet been my privilege to see."

    The Emperor — Volume 01

  • Campus Martius entitles Antinous a colleague of the gods in Egypt --

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete Series I, II, and III

  • The so-called Antinous-Castor of the Villa Albani is probably of a similar character.

    Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete Series I, II, and III

  • 'If all the company gives him as much as I, he will have something to keep him from beggary for a three months' space, 'said Antinous, meaning by that that he would work some hurt upon the beggar.

    The Adventures of Odysseus and The Tales of Troy

  • ‘If all the company gives him as much as I, he will have something to keep him from beggary for a three months’ space, ’ said Antinous, meaning by that that he would work some hurt upon the beggar.

    Part II. Chapter X

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