- Minos demanded Glaucus be brought back to life, though Polyidus objected.
- Minos shut Polyidus up in the wine-cellar with a sword.
- When a snake appeared nearby, Polyidus killed it with the sword.
- Following this example, Polyidus used the same herb to resurrect Glaucus.
- Minos refused to let Polyidus leave Crete until he taught Glaucus the art of divination.
- It's difficult to find polyidus in a sentence. 用polyidus造句挺難的
- The story of Polyidus and Glaucus was the subject of a lost play attributed to Euripides.
- Alternatively, Bellerophon sought out the wisest man in Lycia, Polyidus, who told him about the horse.
- To obtain the services of the winged horse, Polyidus told Bellerophon to sleep in the temple of Athena.
- Bellerophon had to sneak up on Pegasus while it drank from a well ( Polyidus told him which well ).
- Searching for the boy, Polyidus saw an owl driving bees away from a wine-cellar in Minos'palace.
- Polyidus did so, but then, at the last moment before leaving, he asked Glaucus to spit in his mouth.
- Polyidus did so, but then, at the last second before leaving, he asked Glaucus to spit in his mouth.
- The fountain was sacred to the Muses and it was there that Bellerophon found Pegasus ( as Polyidus had claimed ), drinking, and tamed him.
- Polyidus observed the similarity to the ripening of the fruit of the mulberry ( or possibly the blackberry ) plant, and Minos sent him to find Glaucus.
- Bellerophon accepted the proposal, but before proceeding to the combat consulted the soothsayer Polyidus, who advised him to procure if possible the horse Pegasus for the conflict.