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14. The Music Lesson
Hercules a puero corpus suum diligenter exercebat; magnam partem diei in palaestra consumebat; didicit etiam arcum intendere et tela conicere.
Her young body and carefully practiced; in the wrestling ring was lavish with a great part of the day; learned the bow with the weapons against him.
His exercitationibus vires eius confirmatae sunt.
With these exercises is assured the power of his office.
In musica etiam a Lino centauro erudiebatur (centauri autem equi erant sed caput hominis habebant); huic tamen arti minus diligenter studebat.
The music was also a scholar Line centaur (centaur of the horses, but they had the man's head); to this, however, just as carefully, he would study the art.
Hic Linus Herculem olim obiurgabat, quod non studiosus erat; tum puer iratus citharam subito rapuit, et omnibus viribus caput magistri infelicis percussit.
At this point, Linus once Hercules obiurgabat, that he was not a student; The boy did as he suddenly caught away was wroth with the harp, and with all the strength he struck the head of the chief of the unhappy.
Ille ictu prostratus est, et paulo post e vita excessit, neque quisquam postea id officium suscipere voluit.
He, the twinkling of an thrown to the ground, and shortly afterwards to depart from this life beyond this period, to undertake the office away from each other later he wanted that he wanted to.