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outlook no work of that age is more truly. Augustan than the Histories of Livy” ( ). “It would be vain to seek in him the quali- ties of the Cambridge Ancient. Many works on the Argonautica which I have consulted find no place here simply 6], edition with translation: Apollonio Rodio, Le Argonautiche, libro III. Hunter on 3 = R. L. Hunter, Apollonius of Rhodes: Argonautica Book 3 Ardizzoni, ed., Le Argonautiche libro 3 (Bari: ) M. M. Gillies, ed., The Argonautica of.

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Pirate, why hast thou not a fancy to ravish the sacred gifts from all our shrines, and our own daughters from our bosoms? The reference is to the argnautiche of Pentheus, king of Thebes, who disguised himself as a Bacchanal in order to spy on the Bacchic revel led by his mother Agave. In which all suitors had to compete with him.

Then she girds up her robe and takes forth a Caucasian herb, of potency sure beyond all others, sprung of the gore that dropped from the liver of Prometheus, and grass wind-nurtured, fostered and strengthened by that blood divine among snows and grisly frosts, when the vulture rises from his feasting on the flesh and from his open beak bedews the cliffs.

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But the great-hearted leader is escorted by a throng of his own men from Pagasae; then with heartening words all withdrew far from the grim fields. Here once more 19 on the threshold of the outmost gate she halted, in vain, and once more her tears gave vent to passion, and looking on the goddess she stayed awhile, speaking thus: Medea means that she has not so forgotten the magic spells taught her by Hecate as to be driven helplessly into a marriage she does not desire. And while she soothes her grief with various converse and occupies her with talk of other things: There remains yet a direr task which — ah, would that thou hadst so much faith in me and in Hecate, queen of night, and in the power we sway!

What love of the light have I?

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The first time was on the threshold of her house see Hecate is frequently called by this name Ovid, Met. Thou Phrixus, my son-in-law, wert the prime cause of ill for me.

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I had a right — as thou too hast — to leave the unprofitable Colchians. Nay, come now all ye tyrants, vent your imperious hate upon this head; never shall right hand nor confidence fail me; I am accustomed to obey nor yield to hardship.

Aeetes stands aghast and would fain recall the madmen, but all the host was on the ground, nor was any first to fall or last to remain, but the earth of a sudden swallowed up all her dead. Let them perish in sight of the fleece itself, let its very hid keep the dread stains of blood for me to see. Who is King Pelias, who the Thessalian, what is Greece? Whence hopedst thou aught of me? And is it not shame to serve a man who begs?

Venus clasps the girl in her embrace, imprinting kisses that drive to frenzy and inspiring love mingled with hatred. One night will suffice for thy decision, alone with thy gods consider my behest; and if there be aught in that wooden hulk of thine, thou wilt undertake the rustic toil I told thee of. But this suffices not: Iris forthwith seeks out the Minyae, and Cytherea the Colchian maid; Juno argomautiche her seat upon the rocks of Caucasus to watch the issue, keeping her wondering gaze turned in hope and fear toward the Aeaean walls, and ignorant yet of what will befall.

The use of fire in combating the Hydra was suggested to Hercules by Minerva. Once more then she lets her varied fancies play upon the stranger, and in sorrowful thought thus vainly addresses the absent one: Ah, why do no tears stream from thine eyes? Myself, I avow, myself I wished it then. Twice with thunderous blasts does he charge the hero and envelop him in cloud, but the Colchian suffers liibro the burning heat to come nigh him, and the fire cools as it rushes upon his shield, and the flame pales when it feels the poisons.

Why daredst thou not such labours trusting to thine own powers?

Will she have pity, then? Another Pelias see I here, another ocean. By this power that sways alike gods above and gods below, by the stars whose course thy will, O maiden, can turn, by this hour of our peril do I swear: Call that thy country where the sun goes forth and back again; seek not, my child, with unfeeling heart to imprison me in this eternal cold.

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And now all caught sight of the man, and at once all weapons are flying at him. To complete the sense the line suggested by Kramer has been added. Shall Jason with fifty outcasts O shame! Before the city there lies the plain of Mars, rough with neglect through many years, and fiery bulls there are, slow sometimes to recognise even me when the ploughshare bites the ground.

She prays that the house and very doors may move forward a space, 4 yet keeps her ardent steps within the threshold. Aesonides puts forth his right hand and tempers the burning horns, then clinging presses them down with all his might.

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Seek some respite for my ills and make my mind sound again; give me back day and night, grant me to take thy sleep-bringing raiment and to close my eyelids with that wand of thine. The hero withdrew and betwook himself for a space to his companions, waiting till the earth should show him the first troop. To argonnautiche Hiberian Heaven help me!

Libri helped Theseus to kill the Minotaur, the offspring of her mother Pasiphae by a bull. Only one more peril remains, she says, and if she could see him safely accomplishing that task she would lubro die.

For when will he see this abode again? Yet I complain not; gladly for thee would I leave the light itself. Prometheus suffers anguish when the plant sprung from his blood is gathered; the poet may here have the Virgilian passage about Polydorus in mind Aen.

My mind knows no peace, I sleep not, my tongue is dry.

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