But lycaon came up to him dazed and trying hard to embrace his knees, for he would fain live, not die.
Citeus, son of lycaon, laments the transformation of his daughter into a bear.
Leave the tomb of Helice, leave that high cairn of the son of lycaon, which seems wondrous fair, even in the eyes of the blessed.
Brave offspring of lycaon, is there hope That thou wilt hear my counsel?
Its scientific name is lycaon venaticus; and besides the two common names already mentioned, it has half a dozen more.
lycaon had flung away shield and helmet and spear, that he might be lightened in the race for his life.
Execrable viands, such as were supplied to Jupiter by lycaon.
As to its visceral structures, lycaon does not differ widely from other Dogs.
While other Dogs have but a cartilaginous rudiment of the clavicle, lycaon has a considerably larger representative of this bone.
The Dogs have, as a rule, five toes, one being dropped in lycaon.