Csar describes the urus as being not much inferior in size to the elephant.
The asp was worshipped by the Egyptians under the name of urus.
Scarabus with hawk-headed gryphon, having before in the urus and the nabla or guitar, hieroglyphic of good.
For information concerning the wild cattle, see The urus, p. 145.
It is thought by some that the Chillingham cattle are descendants of the urus.
The gigantic, unwieldy ox, the urus of Caesar, has been extinct since Roman times.
Below the ceiling ran a frieze of urus snakes, standing on their tails and swelling their hoods.
Some confusion has arisen as to the description and the names of the urus and the Bison.
Will not also many of the urus be slain in the combat, and thus benefit our cause?
For what should that slave talk to us of treating with the urus?