Arsino buried her sister in the catacombs, and with her own hand engraved on the slab, "Myrrha, vivis!"
They are said to have been brought from the city of Myrrha in Lycia, in the year 1097.
Myrrha and Juventinus had lingered a little behind the others; Arsino and Anatolius could talk freely.
Forgiveness of my disobedience— That may be won from him with Myrrha's face.Rhasis.
Before the wound healed, she looked upon Adonis, the son of Cinyras and Myrrha, and was captivated by him.
Thomas Medwin, indeed, thought that the story which she was writing in 1819 was specifically based on Myrrha.
Myrrha, kneeling with eyes full of love, was gazing at the Good Shepherd pictured on the ceiling of the chamber.
The corpse is afterwards inuncted with the gum of cedar, and strewed with Myrrha, cinnamon, and various spices.
Incense was burnt in the morning, Myrrha during the day, and cyplis at eve.
"Sardanapalus and Myrrha," begun within the same period, was finished later.