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 Cyclops.Cymbeline. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Cyll’aros,
 
according to Virgil, was the celebrated horse of Pollux (Geor., iii. 90), but, according to Ovid, it was Castor’s steed (Met., xii. 408).   1
       
“He, O Castor, was a courser worthy thee …
Coal-black his colour, but like jet it shone;
His legs and flowing tail were white alone.”
       
Dryden: Ovid’s Metamorphose, xii.
 


 Cyclops.Cymbeline. 

 
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