Pars 3. Odae Nemeaeae Et Isthmiae. Pars 4. Fragmenta Et Index

Pars 3. Odae Nemeaeae Et Isthmiae. Pars 4. Fragmenta Et Index

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 edition. Excerpt: ... ON THE EIGHTH NEMEAN ODE. 1. Hail, youthful beauty! herald of the ambrosial delights of love (i. e-you who show that the time for marriage is come.) Mr. Donaldson appositely quotes /Each. Suppl. 996, conjecture is ingenious and safe, and is judiciously adopted by Scholefield. 4. It is sweet for one who gains (literally, has not wandered from, or missed) good luck in every (other) thing, to be able also to enjoy successful love. 6. Such ministers (literally, shepherds) of the gifts of Venus 118 tended, amongst others, (real) the bed of Jane and 1Eyina. The word is applied to love in a different sense by Theocritus, Idyllxi. s0, _ 7. The older name of Egina was Enone, here used by Pindar, because he had just spoken of the nymph 1Egi11a 15. A I/ydian fillet musically adorned; i. e. an ode written in Lydian measure, which he brings as a suppliant to Eacus. 19. I stand on light feet, (i. e. easily; as pausing for a Short time) and draw my breath e. take time to think) before I speak 20. For many stories are told (of Cynaras) in various ways. Perhaps Pindar may allude to the incestuous passion of Myrrha--But it is the utmost danger for one who has invented new things, to submit them to ervamination for trial: for praise (Of others) is the dainty on which the envious feed. corroboration of this interpretation, which is nevertheless not altogether satisfactory. 25. dun'-rarcu, is held up; i. e. proposed as a prize. 26. Oeperrevoav, unfairly favoured. 'In the Ajax of Sophocles, Teucer charges Menelaus, in particular, w1tl1 fraudulent voting against Ajax, 1135, ----28. Yet undoubtedly when fighting they inflicted (literally, broke) very diferent wounds with (inrri) their protecting spear, on the hot bodies of their enemies. Pindar...
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