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Friendship (Examples of):


Achilles and Patroclos, Greeks.

Amys and Amylion (q.v.), Feudal History.

Baccio (Fra Bartholomew) and Mariotto, artists.

Basil and Gregory.

Burke and Dr. Johnson.

Christ and the “Beloved disciple,” New Testament.

Damon and Pythĭas, Syracusans.

David and Jonathan, Old Testament.

Diomēdēs and Sthenălos, Greeks.

Epaminondas and Pelopĭdas, Greeks.

Goethe and Schiller. (See Carlyle: Schiller, p. 108.)

Hadrian and Antinŏus.

Harmodĭos and Aristogīton, Greeks.

Hercules [Heraklēs] and Iolāos, Greeks.

Idomĕneus (4 syl.) and Merĭon, Greeks.

Maurice (F. D.), and C. Kingsley.

Montaigne and Etienne de la Boëtie, French.

Nisus and Euryălus, Trojans.

Pylădēs and Orestēs, Greeks.

Sacharissa and Amŏret, Syracusans.

Septimĭos and Alcander, Greeks.

Theseus (2 syl.) and Pyrithŏos, Greeks.

William of Orange and Bentinck. (See Macaulay: History, i. p. 411.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Friendships Broken (Eng. Hist.):
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