Tantalus (Ancient Greek: Τάνταλος, Tántalos) was a Greek mythological figure,
most famous for ... In mythology, Tantalus became one of the inhabitants of ...
thunder ... The chariots of angry gods were once blamed for? The chariots of
angry gods were once blamed for? SAVE CANCEL ...
His sisters, who had yoked the horses to the chariot, were metamorphosed into ...
are two gilded chariots, one carrying Phaithon (Phaethon) the son of Helios, the
.... And Clymene, moved whether by his words or anger at the insult to herself, ...
At once, they ceased their attack and fell silent, while Hector spoke to both ... The
chariots were reined in along the lines, and the charioteers descended, ... Surely
the gods must be to blame, who brought these fateful Greeks against me. .... They
met on the ground marked out, brandishing their spears at each other in anger.
spare me your anger, please— such heavy blows ... Pray god such anger never
seizes me, such rage you nurse. Cursed in your .... There were fifty fast black
ships that bore his troops ... all the while I raged, and I was the one you blamed,
down to the .... Hundreds of plunging war-teams dragging chariots down,
snapping the ...
Two thousand were with Saul in Michmash and in the mountains of Bethel, ...
thirty thousand chariots and six thousand horsemen, and people as the sand
which is on the seashore in multitude .... We often try to blame our sin on
someone else. ... Because God loved Israel He would raise up a king, a man after
His own heart ...
Ever felt like you cannot trust God one day more? Ever felt like ... The king
blamed Elisha for their trouble but maybe you have been blaming God? Have
you got ...
Achilleus calls an assembly to ask the seer Kalchas why Apollo is angry. ... One
of the Trojan elders, Antenor, recalls being impressed by the oratorical skill of ...
The gods sit in council, and Zeus wonders if there is still a way to get Helen back
... Next Agamemnon meets Diomedes standing among the chariots, and again he
But many as their falsehoods were, there was one of them which quite amazed ...
Let the event be as God wills: in obedience to the law I make my defence. ....
instead of being angry with themselves are angry with me: This confounded
Socrates, ..... or chariot race, whether the chariots were drawn by two horses or
It had been noised abroad as far as Cyprus that the Achaeans were about to sail
for ... sons of Antenor, Polybus, Agenor, and young Acamas beauteous as a god.
... All of them blamed the son of Saturn for wanting to Live victory to the Trojans,
but ... the one a bastard, the other born in wedlock; they were in the same chariot-