Opera Omnia, Works Volume 1

Opera Omnia, Works Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ...him to Apollo leading the dance in Delos, when he revisits it from Lycia (Aen. 4. 144). 61. lavit. For the form see on 2. 3-18. 63. uatalem silvam, irg. l. c. 'maternam Delon.' For other notices of Apollo's migration between Patara and Delos see Herod. 1. 82, Pind. P. 1. 39. 65. Eur. Fr. Temen. 11 fi&pri Si y' upadiis Irow&kis Tiktci f3if3qv. 66. temperatam, 'under control'; possibly, as Conington suggests, with a reference to the use of 'temperare vinum '; 'tempered, ' ' softened, ' by the admixture of mind. Orelli points out how the repetition of'vis, ' 'vim, ' vires, ' marks the application of the preceding stanzas. 69. testis mearum sententi2rum. It is rather a rough and prosaic rum for Horace; but he is probably trying to be Pindaric. See on. 4. 4. 18. On the variance of the MSS. between Gyas and Gigas see on 2. 17. 14. 70. integrae, i. q. 'intactae, ' iiji irapOtvov. 71. tentator, Siraf ty. from the Greek irapaoTil. 73-dolet, is still in pain, suis, i. e. 'se natis.' 75. peredit, has eaten a way through, so as to set them free. 76. impositam, according to Pind2r and Aeschylus, on Typhoeus; according to Virgil (Aen. 3. 578), on Enceladus; according to Callimachus (Hymn, in Del. 141), on Briareus. oeler, for all its haste. 77. Tityi, 1. 14. 8, 3. 11. 2i, 4. 6.1, Hom. Od. 11. 576 foil., Pind. P. 4-9 78. additus, cp. Virg. Aen. 6. 9 'nec Teucris addita Iuno Usquam aberit, with Conington's explanation of it as a slight extension of' comitem se addcrc, 'comes addi' (ib. v. 528). Custos; amatorem trccentae Pirithoum cohibent catenae. 80 80. Pirithoum, 4. 7. 27, for his at-his punishment, was released by Hertempt to carry off Proserpine. Theseus, cules. who aided him, and for a time shared ODE V. 'Jove's thunder proves him the sovereign ofshow more

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