Tragedies of Aeschylus

Tragedies of Aeschylus

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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. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...afar from the house of my fathers, to acquiesce in the things that seem fit to the lords over my life, just or unjust, the deeds of mastering the loathing of my soul, those who are violently borne along.0 But I weep beneath my robes at the hapless fortunes of my masters, chiDed with secret sorrows. 1 Perhaps we may supply Je, with Erfurdt. The custom of consecrating the hair to a deity, or to the river gods (for rivers are spoken of as personified), is learnedly illustrated by Stanley and Blomfield. Cf. Censorinus de die nat. I. " Quidam etiara pro c tera bona corporis valetudine crinera deo sacrum pascebant," where Lindenbroge's note deserves consulting. Pausan. VIII. 41, ol QiyaUuv mzidtf Troiceipovrai ruf /co/iOf. For a probable supplement of this passage, see Dind.. a Dindorf, in his notes, however, reads irf/fta, calamity. 3 The dative is vainly defended. See Blomfield. ' i. e. " sunt qui metuant."--Paley. I have followed Dindorf's text literally. Peile's explanation hovers strangely between allegory and grammar. Dindorf himself would read, partly from the conjecture of Sophianus, roitc.... sspvti xpoviCovr' xtf, throwing out level and with Schutz. Paley, with much elegance, ToOf.... level xpoviCovO' aavu. I myself am all uncertainty, and have made the version purposely literal, in preference to filling up the meaning with bracketed glosses. 3 See Stanley, sspveiv after vocov has been thrown out by Hermann and Dindorf, I think, wrongly. See Peile and.
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