BOOK IV - The Library of History

Bibliotheca historica
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Page 174 Where likewise he takes notice of his great Bulk; and a little after making mention of Aloiades, he adds, that at Nine Years of Age, he was Four Yards and an half in thickness, and Eighteen Yards in height.

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His Mother Earth his Body did so rear,
That none for Height and Beauty might compare
With him; except Orion who excell'd
In both; and so him more than parallell'd.

Having now treated sufficiently of the Heroes and Demy-Gods, according as we at first design'd, we shall here put an end to this Book.



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