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  • Antilochos, fosterling of Zeus, come thou hither and as it is ordained stand up before thy horses and chariot and take in thy hand the pliant lash wherewith thou dravest erst, and touching thy horses swear by the

    The Iliad 750? BC-650? BC Homer 1882

  • One poet says to Indra: "When thy two wandering Bays thou dravest hither, thy praiser laid within thine arms the thunder" (RV.

    Hindu Gods And Heroes Studies in the History of the Religion of India Lionel D. Barnett


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  • Any ideas what this means?

    November 19, 2009

  • Drove. Maybe :-)

    November 19, 2009

  • Looks like an nonstandard spelling and archaic second-person conjugation of drive, as in "to repulse or put to flight by force or influence."

    November 19, 2009

  • Hmm, that makes a bit more sense than "drawest". See the last line of the poem "The Hound of Heaven".

    November 19, 2009

  • It reminds me of harvest but probably would rhyme with bravest. *is too lazy to look up pronunciation*

    November 19, 2009