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Sophocles Tyro[3 bc

The story of Tyro was in outline, as follows (there are many divergences in detail) Tyro, daughter of Salnioneus and Alcidice, bore Pelia- and Neleus to Poseidon. She exposed them in a little boat. When they grew up, they discovered their mother and slew her stepmother Sidero. by whom she had been persecuted. Little is known about the detail of the action of this story in Sophocles' Tyro. The recognition of mother and suns occurred towards the end nf the play Eur. Or. 1691 Schol.), and was...

Rel 8 arhrjxas Xolt u ear 7as p

k rrjs dvayKiqs to. ye Si at' avrrjv Xeyeiv. 5 eKelvos pe p.ei ov rjS crjxe ti, ovk pe vpoorjKei Xapfiaveiv tovtcov Siktjv el 8' els 'ep rjpaprqKev, aloQi dai pe Sei. aAA' c-'voo) 8rj rvx' > tocos < f> pcov < > (b oua' ovk a.v cbreimxi u. Kalroi y , v rep, 10 el raXXa Kpiveiv cxrlv avorjrov y viq, Trepl tcov y eavrfjs Trpayparcov locos < j> povel. eoraj 8' o fiovX-qi- tovto, t p aSikcl, A ye. by a tcou d-be poet of the late 4th or early 3rd century. In favour of this theory are...

NepifiaXe fx i erevoj 4AT pn fuj TToelv

R piev avvrjOi rj 4> t ia, r< Sta porou, cat 8tort f. rjy 777 Ke ca 77730 y' rji> e' Ltot Trtcrros arravras j ttiot > rare rots TreTrpaypevoLS. TTepeTTLTvfielujs Sta cetcrat. ni._ Tt ai) Xeyecs i> A. epiov 77p > vot,av e' (es 21 Sehroeder. 25 d. l. 1'. 32 Sehroeder. Robert thinks iVYc. sent Chaer. to the harbour, and 300 Father. Heavens, my daughter, what have you done to me At last 1 understand She is there now, I suppose Father. My daughter, what a thing to do I should never have...

Greek Gods Efir

19 ovk ijAeto unintelligible anil probably corrupt. ov kt uv 310 C fcowx. By Athene, there is no . . . from us Char. ou poor fool, they took you for an enemy and nearly shot you Clown. Nothing hut trouble for me Would you like me to drive them too away to the river Psolichus (F) Lady Charition, I see the wind is getting up, so we may escape across the Indian Ocean Go in and take up your belongings. And pick up any of the goddess's offerings you can. (A) My good fellow, be sensible Those in need...

[3 adJ Dionysus And Lycurgus

Ed. pr Zereteli, Nachrichten der Russischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Petrograd, 1918, 873-880 971-1002 11531180 (in Russian) republished *Papyri Russischer und Georgischer Sammlungen m Ross.-Georg. , ed. Zereteli-Krueger, i. (Literarische Texte), Tiiiis, i. 1925, no. 11, p. t> 9. See k rte, Archiv, viii. 254. Fragment of a hymn to Dionyms, composed in the 3rd century a.n. Our papyrus is the author's own copy, left incomplete. Where our fragment begins, the countryside is by a sudden...

In ffiov e7t295

AM< I> )AP AO5 TI, n-V 77a VpOJV, O) yi'lUL, (f fJ7 L Xdpiv, tor a single day, but for all time all men shall suffer in your sorrow. A memorable tomb in the eyes of men this one shall be and we shall found Games a in honour of it ., and award crowns of leaf the w inner shall be envied throughout Hellas and all men shall look up to him. So in this meadow the host assembled shall call your son to mind, how- he was called Arehe-morus, because he first began our doom, in the grove of Xemea. But...

Literary Papyri

Tc ib epfy ev Jj xart, another TTjv ifiTjv T-fjtb' fjnepai (see further Actors' Interpolations, p. 100). Thus here we 5j > iyy' appti , o payecpov, et rrjv oi lav e V '. a7rAoj yap ov8 < 1 p. tov deovs cov < v Xeyifi avvii)pi. Kaivd p iara Treropiopevos Trdpeariv o'i e -rrjAHe yap, evil's p' irrrjpcoTrjae Trpoo Xiibas pdya, 5 7Toaovs KiKXrjKas p sorra er Set77Tor Ae'ye. ey ) ce cAij ca pepoiras iri helvvov oAat . to Se pit punas tovtovs pi yivv> o-Keiv So cet oj'Set 'rrapv tt< il-...

Persian War Of Diocletian

Been busy in Britain, the other Maxirmatt engaged in Spain of which fact this fragment is our first evidence but we knew that in 296 he was fighting the Germans on the Rhine, in 297 the. Moors in Africa perhaps he went to Africa through Spain, driving the Moors before him . The correct language and metre of this competent but unexciting piece suggest an Alexandrian model for which v. ed.pr.p. 51 n. 3. The. poem is representative of a common literary genre the. hymn in celebration of a genera''s...