Books with myrmidonsEdit
The following books have myrmidon(s) in them. If you don't know what myrmidons are, too bad.
- Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss
- Custom and Myth by Andrew Lang
- My Life as Me by Barry Humphries
- The Bestest Novel in the Universe Ever, This Week by Babe
- The Boy Knight by G.A. Henty
- The Illiad of Homer translated by William Cowper
- National Epics by Kate Milner Rabb
- Troilus and Cressida by William Shakspeare
- Troilus and Cressida, or Truth found too late by John Dryden
- The Spanish Friar, or the Double Discovery by John Dryden
- The Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie
- Atlantis by Gerhart Hauptmann
- A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty by Diedrich Knickerbocker
- The Loyalists, Volume 2 by Jane West
- Salem witchcraft; with an account of Salem village and a history of opinions on witchcraft and kindred subjects. Volume 1 by Charles Wentworth Upham
- The Anas by Thomas Jefferson
- Memoirs of the Court of George IV (Vol. 1)
- Poems Vol. IV. by Hattie Howard
- Carmilla by J. Sheridan LeFanu
If you know of any other books that mention myrmidons, add them here.
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Gup, gorbellyd Godfrey, gup, Garnysche, gaudy fole!
To turney or to tante with me ye ar to fare to seke:
For thes twayne whypslouens calle for a coke stole:
Thow mantycore, ye marmoset, garnyshte lyke a Greke,
Wranglynge, waywyrde, wytles, wraw, and nothyng meke.
Ye cappyd [Cayfas copyous, your paltoke on your pate,
Thow ye prate lyke prowde Pylate, be ware of cheke mate.]
Mirres vous y,
Loke nat to hy.
By the kynges most noble commaundment.
whypslovens] A term which I do not understand.
- —The Poetical Works of John Skelton
- With Notes, and some account of the author and his writings
- Rev. Alexander Dyce
- In Two Volumes