Sophocles Volume 2

Sophocles Volume 2

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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. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ... tjv in the next clause, and with the situation. T)v Tjkvois This may refer.asSchndw. supposes, to the partition of the Peloponncse among the Heracleidae. Cp. the anonymous mention of Eurystheus and Ceyx above, 11. 35,40, and see Eur. H. F. 462 foil., roi fiiv yelp 'Kpyox trip' 6 KajOaviuv var-fjp, .ta. flv.. vfioij What share of their father's land he assigned for distribution to his children (severally). Tikvoh is short for iKctOTtp T(kvuv. The scribe who wrote /livuv seems to have understood, ' The part that remained after the marriage portion was taken out.' 164. xpvov Viz. a time when it would be known whether the will was to be at once executed or not. Tpip.Tvov Sc. p6vov, to be repeated as accus. of duration with dirti'i;. 165. The nom. tviawnos, if right, is occasioned by the addition of 0tflus, and is to be explained, after the analogy of xp&vts rpiraios, etc., like Aj. 217, vvKTfpos &n(ai0Tj9ri: ib. 602, ycif/uv.. avTjpiOpos.. rpvx6p-tvos. E. on L. 23. p. 391. Deianira quotes Heracles as telling her what conclusion to draw, if he were absent more than fifteen months. These lines have been suspected, chiefly on account of their tautology, which may be excused by the all-importance of the time to Deianira, and the difficulty which the Greeks felt in defining notions of time. Essay on L. 48. p. 91. Tot belongs to the whole sentence, T$8 r Xpivj to Savtiv only. 'Then the decree of fate should take effect either for him to die within that time, ' etc. (2) invite the young men to accompany them; (3) they encourage each other to raise the hymn to Artemis, (4) they dance under the excitement of the flute and the thyrsus, (5) they call attention to the coming of Lichas with the captives. These more

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  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236902203
  • 9781236902207