"Allow me," said Arion, with all the earnestness of an enthusiast.
There is a pretty fable which has made the name of Arion famous.
Let us next mention the Arion, that voracious mollusk who also tackles most mushrooms of some size.
There was a musical contest in Sicily, and Arion longed to compete for the prize.
A fragment of a hymn to Poseidon, ascribed to Arion, is extant.
Arion hastened from the shore, and soon saw before him the towers of Corinth.
The poet Arion at his coronation at Corinth could not have felt prouder than little Ben at that hour.
As they said these words, Arion stepped forth and faced them.
Arion and Pindar were also stated to be the children of the Muses, to whom the Romans built a temple and consecrated a fountain.
Arion seemed at first at a loss how to decide in so hard an alternative.