Monachus, Romaegladiatoriô ludô celebratô, increpitans populum attentius Spectaculis inhiantem, ab eo lapidatus est. Vinc. Bellovacensis in Spec. Hist. ex Theodoreto, Hist. Eccl. l. 5. c. 26. et Aur. Cassiodoro, Histor. Tripart. l. 10. c. 11.
Ulyssis ex Penelope filius, quem ad Troiam proficiscens apud matrem reliquit, multis a procis affectus iniuriis, tandem patre domum reversô, in illis ulcisceudis se praebuit adiutorem. Ovid. Epist. 1. Heriod. v. 97.
Tres sumus imbelles numerô, sine viribus uxor,
Laertesque senex, Telemachusque puer.
Horatius, l. 1. Ep. 7. v. 40.
Haud male Telemachus proles patientis Ulyssei.
Penelopaeus Telemachus apud Catullum, epigr. 62. v. 229. Celebratur eius dictum apud Homerum, Od. α. v. 397.
Αὐτὰρ ἐγὼ ὄικοιο ἄναξ ἔσομ᾿ ἡμετέροιο,
Nic. Lloydius.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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