At the foot of the talus he stopped to listen, wondering how close behind him the water might be.
Talus, the nephew of Ddalus by his sister, is said in the viij.
Valley of the Rhone, with the waterfall of Sallenches, showing a talus of debris 261 27.
Might they not belong merely to the talus of this bank of boulder-clay?
The snow is in this case but a substitute for a normal mass of talus.
But most men thought it must be Talus, the great giant who guarded Crete.
Other burials were in the open or in the talus slopes below the caves.
Here also it grows among the talus at the foot of limestone cliffs.
Then Talus said, ‘Who are you, strange maiden, and where is this ichor of youth?’
And Talus tried to leap up, crying, ‘You have betrayed me, false witch-maiden!’