The Earthquake-Horse

@article{Mackay1946TheE,
  title={The Earthquake-Horse},
  author={L. A. Mackay},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  year={1946},
  volume={41},
  pages={150 - 154}
}
  • L. Mackay
  • Published 1 July 1946
  • History
  • Classical Philology
De hoc equo varia in historiis lecta sunt: ut Hyginus et Tubero dicunt, machinamentum bellicum fuit .... ut alii, porta quam eis Antenor aperuit, equum pictum habuisse memoratur .... non nulli signum equi datum ut internoscerent Graeci suos, vel hostes .... aut quia equestri proelio victa est Troia .... aut a monte Hippio, post quem se absconderant Graeci .... aut re vera hoc fuit quod Vergilius sequitur. 

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