Definition of Troades
1. troade [n] - See also: troade
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Literary usage of Troades
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Classical Weekly (1910)
"Vergil'« Debt to the Hecuba and troades of Euripide«. The closest parallel that ... There are two references to the same dreadful incident in the troades. ..."
2. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1830)
"The troades is one of those which ought to be included in a school and college course, if the poetical merits of a dramatic piece have any influence in ..."
3. Greek Poets in English Verse: By Various Translators edited by William Hyde Appleton (1893)
"troades, 30&-340. Milman. CASSANDRA'S WILD MARRIAGE-SONG. A LIGHT ! a light! rise up, be swift; I seize, I worship, and I lift The bridal torches' festal ..."
4. Bibliotheca Classica, Or, a Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms by John Lemprière, Lorenzo L. Da Ponte, John David Ogilby (1838)
"... is confined within very narrow limits. Troas was anciently called Dardania. Vid. Troja. troades, the inhabitants of ..."