Medon, the son of Codrus, was the first of these perpetual archons.
The next day Medon and his guest presented themselves at the palace.
Then he thought of the trusty Medon, who had been kind to him when a child, and remained loyal to the last to him and Penelope.
But Medon and the bard Phemius had now woke up, and came to them from the house of Ulysses.
This wicked plot of the suitors was betrayed to the queen, by her faithful herald, Medon.
Useless would it be for us to accompany the lecture of Medon, or the comments of the congregation.
They are there described as under the command of Medon and Podarces.
And Medon clasped the body tightly in his embrace, and covered it with passionate kisses.
A similar case perhaps was that of Medon, the son of Oileus, who according to Il.
In spite of the precautions that he had taken against being overheard, Medon, at this point lowered his voice.