Eulogy on Minos, as having established laws on this divine type or natural rectitude.
Sought he Minos the Haughty where homed in proudest of Mansions.
The earliest ascertained fact is the establishment of a regular government by Minos, who also cleared the sea from pirates.
Let us revert to the myths and trace the descent of Minos and his progeny.
And at that Minos frowned, and said, ‘Then thou shalt see him; take the madman away.’
The head on the coin shown in Fig. 31 may be intended for that of Minos or Zeus.
Minos makes war upon the Athenians, for killing his son Androgeus.
Minos made him no answer, but with great scorn pushed him back.
Old Minos is insanely in love with Ismene, who is so beautiful and virtuous.
Minos told her she had not refused enow yet, and turned her back.