Down with it, man: down with it to Orcus: let the whole accursed edifice sink thither, and tyranny be swallowed up for ever!
And I was beautiful, and I had no love, save for the king, Orcus.
Has gone blundering down into Orcus and the shark's belly, in that unutterable manner.
By the moon, who is the guardian of the sorceress—by Orcus, who is the treasurer of wrath—I curse thee!
"I would accompany your majesty anywhere, were it into Orcus," exclaimed Alexander.
But Orcus is rather Death, or the Underworld, than ruler of the shades.
Those who died of love dwelt in the 'Lugentes Campi,' in the outer regions of Orcus.
One may bring the greatest and most marvellous thing to perfection; it must yet go down to Orcus unhonoured and unsung.
Death sits calmly dread upon thy brow—on thy lip is the smile that slays: thy name is Orcus, but on earth men call thee Arbaces.
Orcus has heard my vow, and it is written in the book of the unforgetful Hades.