|C.D. Warner, et al., comp. The Library of the Worlds Best Literature.|
An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.
|The Tale of Troy|
By Alpheus (First Century B.C.)
|The Greek Anthology|
Translation of John William Mackail
|STILL we hear the wail of Andromache, still we see all Troy toppling from her foundations, and the battling Ajax, and Hector, bound to the horses, dragged under the citys crown of towers,through the Muse of Mæonides, the poet with whom no one country adorns herself as her own, but the zones of both worlds.|| 1|