Definition of Tolus
1. tolu [n] - See also: tolu
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Literary usage of Tolus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ovid: Selected Works, with Notes and Vocabulary by Ovid (1900)
"In his despair he prays again to Bacchus, who bids him bathe in the head waters of the river Pac- tolus, and thus be free from the fatal gift. ..."
2. The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art by Charles Mills Gayley, Thomas Bulfinch (1911)
"CHAPTER XVI THE FAMILY OF ^tolus AND ITS CONNECTIONS 168. The Calydonian Hunt.1 One of the heroes of the Argo- nautic expedition had been Meleager, ..."
3. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1917)
"The god called tolus ka Kawayan is the "All-knowing One of the Bamboo." He is particular about the punctual performance of the ..."
4. A Catalogue of Engraved Gems in the British Museum (Department of Greek and by Arthur Hamilton Smith, Alexander Stuart Murray (1888)
"Faustulus finding wolf and twins, beneath a rock on which is a tree, and head of tolus ? Sard. Townley Coll 1699. Faustulus, standing to r., ..."
5. Johannes Scotus Erigena: Ein Beitrag Zur Geschichte Der Philosophie und by Johannes Huber (1861)
"... et ipse radius tolus el tola virtus ignea de qua ... in loto ipso radio totaque ipsa virtute, ex qua procedit, existit: ila tolus Pater ..."