The pedantic type might note that Hippolytus makes no prophetic mention of the cinema or the Internet.
Our author's want of appreciation of the evidence found in Hippolytus is one of the weakest points in his book.
Hippolytus, one of the Early Fathers, alludes to this secret.
In the Medea and the Hippolytus Euripides again displays this virtue of stern stoicism in two women.
The last two lines are from Euripides, "Hippolytus," 449, 450.
The officer then committed him to his junior, whose name was Hippolytus, and he shut him in a prison with many others.
With them also came Virbius, son of Hippolytus, from Egeria.
Hippolytus said, "If thou wilt indeed fulfil those words, I will do as thou exhortest me."
Hippolytus dies slowly in the arms of Theseus, and the play ends.
With the opening speech of this play compare the similar one of Venus in the Hippolytus.