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Ipsiiis Enceladi fumantia gestat opima, 350

Snmmi terrigenum regis, caderetque gravata

Pondere, ni lassam fulciret proxima quercns.

Ind(; tiiiior numenqne loco, nemorisque senectae

Parcitur, aetberiisque iiefas nocuisse tropaeis.

Pascere nullus oves iiec robora laedere Cyclops 355

Audet et ipse fngit sacra Polypbemus ab umbra.

Noil tamen boc tardata Ceres. Accenditur ultro
Religione loci vibratque infesta securim
Ipsiini etiam feritura lovem: succidere piniis
Aiit inagis eiiodes dabitat prosternere cedros sco

Exploratque liabilis truiicos rectique tenorem
Stipitis et certo pertemptat brachia iiisu.
Sic, qui vecturus loiigiiiqua per aequora mercis
Molitur tellure ratem vitauique procellis
Obiectare parat, fagos metitur et alnos scs

Et varinm rudibus silvis accommodat usum:
Quae louga est, tumidis praebebit cornua velis;
Quae fortis, clavo potior; quae lenta, favebit
Reniigio; stagni patiens aptanda carinae.

Tollebant gemiuao capita inviolata cupressus 370

Caespite vicino. Quales uon ruipibus Idae
Miratur Simois, quales non divite ripa
Lambit Apollinei iiemoris nutritor Orontes.
Germanas adeo credas; sic frontibus acquis
Adstant et socio despectant vertice lucuni. 375

Hae placuere faces. Pernix invadit utramque
Cincta sinus, exerta mauus, armata bipeuni
Alternasque ferit totisque obuixa trementis



DE RAPTV PROSERPINAE 4S7

Yiribns impellit. Pariter traxere ruinam

Et pariter posnere oomas campoque recnmbunt, sso

Faunormn Dryadumque dolor. Complectitur ainbas,

Sicut eraut, alteqiie levat retroque solutis

Crinibus ascendit fastigia montis anholi

Exuperatque aestns et nuUi pervia saxa

Atque indignantis vestigia calcat arenas. 383

Q,ualis pestiferas animare ad crimina taxos

Torva Megaera rnit, Cadmi sen moenia poscat

Sive Thyesteis properot saevire Mycenis;

Dant teiiebrae manesque locnin plantisqiie resultant

Tartara ferratis, donee Phlegethontis ad nndani auo

Constitit et plenos excepit lanipade fluctus.

Postquam perventum scopuli flagrantis in ora,
Protinus arsnras aversa fronte cnpressus
Faucibus iniecit mediis lateque cavernas
Texit et undantem flammarum obstruxit hiatnm. sos

Compresso mons igne tonat clausnsque laborat
Mulciber, obducti nequeunt exire vapores.
Coniferi micuere apices crevitque favillis
Aetna novis stridentque admisso sulphure rami.
Turn, ne deficerent tantis erroribus, ignis 400

Semper inocciduos insopitosque manere
lussit et arcano perfudit robora snco.
Quo Phaethon inrorat equos, quo Luna iuvencos.

lauique soporiferas nocturna silentia terris
Explicuere viois, laniato pectore longas 405

Incobat ilia vias et sic ingressa profatur:

'IS'on talis gestare tibi, Proserpina, taedas
Sperabam, sed vota rnilii connumia matruiu
Et tbalanii festaeque faces cacloque canendus
Ante oculos hymenaeus erat. Sic nuuiina fatis 4io

Volvirnur et nullo Lachesis discriniine saevit?
Quam nuper sublimis eram quantisque procorum
Cingebar studiis! quae non niilii pignus ob ununi
C'odebat nuuicrosa p;irens! tu prima voluptas,
Tu postrema mihi; per te feennda ferebar. 415

decus, o requies, o grata superbia matris,



488 CLAVDIANVS

Qua gessi fiorente cleam, qua sospite numquam

Inferior Iiiuoue fui; nunc squalida, vilis.

Hoc placitum patri. Cur autem adscribimus ilium

His lacrimis? ego te, fateor, crudelis udemi, 420

Quae te deserui solamque instantibus ultro

Hostibus exposui. Raucis secura fruebar

Nimirum thiasis et laeta sonaiitibus armis

luugebam Phrygios, cum tu raperere, leones.

Accipe quas merui poonas. En ora fatiscunt 425

Vulneribus grandesque rubent in pectore sulci.

lumenior en uterus crebro contuuditur ictu.

'Qua te parte poli, quo te sub cardine quaeram?
Quis monstrator erit? quae me vestigia ducent?
Qui currus? ferns ipse quis est? terraene, marisne 430
Incola? quae volucrum deprendani signa rotarum?
Ibo, ibo quocumque pedes, quocumque iubebit
Casus; sic Venerem quaerat deserta Dione.

'Efficietne labor? Rursus te,, nata, licebit
Amplecti? Manet ille decor, manet ille genarum 435
Fnlgor? an infelix taleni fortasse videbo,
Qualis nocte venis, qualem per somnia vidi?'

Sic ait et prima gressus molitur ab Aetna
Exitiique reos fiores ipsumque rapinae
Detestata locum sequitur dispersa viarum 440

Indicia et pleno rimatur lumine canipos
Inclinatque facis. Omnis madet orbita fletu.
Omnibus admugit. Quocumque it in aequore, fulvis
Adnatat umbra fretis extremaque lucis imago
Italiam Libyamque ferit; clarescit Etruscum 445

Litns et accenso resplendent aequore Syrtes.
Antra procul Scyllaea petit canibusque reductis
Pars stupefacta silet, pars nondum exterrita latrat.



APPEN^DIX CEITICA



Lectiones a recenslonibus infra laiidatis discrepantps uncos prae-

C(J(iuilt.

a; = .sfriptura tradita unius codicis vol pluiimorum.
. . . = lacunae in libris.

Pskvdo-Veugiliana, ed. O. Ribbeck (Ycrgilii Opera, vol. lY), 1895.

CvLEX : AA.,fii<p(h(it: r] fugarat. — GO, omnia : u] soninia. — 83, nee:
o)] non. — 8ii,a(kliint : r] adsiiiit. — 109. ut: to] at. — IIQ, pernice
morantur: R Ellis] peniix ivinorantur. — 140, fleta: R. Ellis]
laeta. — 153, utridore : R. Ellis] ardoro. — 168, tollebunt irae : Leo]
nnollibant aiirae. — visvs: o] iiisus. — 109-201, ordinem MSS. re-
stitui] 191. 199. 198. 200. 192. — 193, cut: Scaliger] quam.— 194,
tdli: V] talis. — 198, et : w] ncA.—gi/o: Baelirens] quod.— 226,
ex: R. Ellis] et. — 233, iristes eirra: V] circa tristes. — 258, vltrn!
in divcrm. etc.: coiii. Ribbeck] iiltra in di versa, etc. — 309. li
daret : Leo] f underet. — 380, lamenta tagia : Birt] mane ut vades.
— omnia: lu] soninia. — ZS2, rapiantiir : w] rapiuiuur.

CoPA : 13, cum, croceo: Leo] Cecropio. — 25, huic: to] hue. — 36, os&a, :
Ilgcn] ista.

MouKTVM : 60, escisi: Baelirens] acris. Sptirium indicai vcrsuin liib-
bcck. — 71, apta cum: Ilaupt] apte curvans.

Lydia : 3, invohis: Ileinsius] lieu vobis. — 7, interna: lo] inter vos.
— 40, Phoehufi rurrit : scripsi. cf. Lucret. V, 683, INIanil. I, 514]
Piioelii curnis. — ntque : w] fiigat. — 61, impia: to] invida. — 67.
Cypna: Putsch] \)r.\c.c\\\:\.—bi'ncchia: edit, vet.] Cypria. — 79,
fata: Heiiisius] saccla.

Aetna, ed. S. Sudhaus, 1898.

t}3, proiocnt ; . . . prorocat: admotis perterrita : Birt] provocat, . . . jiro-
vocat admolisque lerit iam. — 79, canemque : Birt] canentes. — 83,



490 APPENDIX CRITICA

versnm post tcrrent excidi?se statuerunt Munro et Biieclu'lcr. —
271, horreaqtie ut . . . et: Bucchelcr] lionea uti . . . r.t. — liio, ron-
scquitar : ti) Biieolielei] consequituique. — ratis (tu) fugi^se: Buc-
chcler] fugisse ratos. — Q2Q, fontis .- w Buecheler] sortis. — 632,
vdjiics: ^l) Bucchelcr] rapiuiit. — 638, tenet: w] teiieiit. — fertur:
Buecheler] fervent. — Q'iQ, frntei'qne: Birt et Buecheler] fratrum-
quc. — 640 illtc (sc. Pictas) : oj Buecheler] ille.

Manilivs. c(1. M. Bechert, 1900.

I. 25, uUci'ius: Housmaii] iiitcrius. — 9\,nec: w] iie. — II, 132, scqnen-
da: Ellis] secunda. — 770, ut ... revocentur : Scaliger] et . . . revo-
cantur.

III, 89, vtcunque id: Ellis] ut positu.

IV, 24:, fur/ issct . . . Aeneas: scrips!] fugissent . . . Aeneam.

V, 581, et: Scaliger] aul.

PuAEDRVs, cd. L. ]\Iucller, 1883.

Book II, 1, 13, sic tit: Hnrlel] ita, si. — II, 9, 12, jiervenit ad nnris
tuas: Pli] ad aures cultas pervenit. — 15, nb HHh doctiiH : PR]
doctus illis. — 18, e.vitium: PR] vilium. — III, 1, 22, iiivitante
lianc in vitam : Hartel] iuvicta vitam in hanc. — 38, illiuspro:
Stowasser] porro illius. — 39, excogitavi : Herzog] et cogitavi. —
51, forsan gnis : Heiusius] fors aliquis. — IV, 21, 9, proposilo
ovdine : scripsi] propositi ordiuem. — I, 13, 2, fere: oj] sera. —
13, ingenium quantum : Ncveletus] quantum ingeuium. — III, 7,
3, salufantes dein: Hervieux] dein salutatum. — 16, canis : PR]
cani. — 22, iactat: PR] iactant. — IV, 22, 5. pacta: Heinsius]
accepta. — 8, lerat — in-ndal : del. Orelli. — V, 5, 2, praeiudicio :
C. Wase] proiudicio. — Appendix 2, 4, quaecuique: Slowasser]
quaecuinque. — 5, 6, esse sine fine honiinum miserias: Stowa.sser]
h. s. f. e. m. — 6, 2, famosum : Stowasser] formosum. — \0,f€rro-
que hostem : Stowasser] hostem ferro. — 13, castigate: w] cohibete.
— 17, namque . . . perditis: Ilartcl] nam quae . . . perdidit.

Seneca, ed. F. Leo, 1879.

Medea: 329-334, tiaditum ordincni rectum esse nunc mihi persuasit

M. JMuellerus.
Hipp.: 28, Pldijas: Wilamowitz] f lilius.
Agam. : 529, hant — Jcaut — haut — en. M. jMuellerus] aut — aut — et —

aut. — 793, Pariter dedit Cassandrae M. Muellerus.

Persivp, ed. lahn — Buecheler, 1893.
V, 134, rogitas : w] rogas. —146, tu : w] tun, —159, d: w] ast.



APPENDIX ClUTICA 491

LvcANYS, ed. C. Ilosius, 1892.

I, 16, nuris: Benlley] lioris. — 54, mergitur : w] vcr.^itur. — 74, repe-

tcnt : w] rc'petens. — chaos omnia : Oudendorp] chaos ; oiiiiii.i. —
mixta: w] mixtim. — 119, discifisa: Beiitlcy] discussa. — 125,
nrma? : FrancUen] anna,. — 139, «?/<?.• Fraiickcii] siio est. — 147
manum: Francken] mauum et.

II, 250, iiimixto: Ileinsius] inmixluni. — 273, lade: w] laetac, — per

eiTorem ut videtur.

V, 248, ctiamnunc: w] etiamnum. — 277, anne : Francken] en. —
317, vultu: w] vultuin.

Vir, 83, ne te : oi] te ne. — 130, mortis: w] ct mors. — 141, conrifjiiur :
Po.stgate] erigitur. — 143, aptat : w] aitat. — 157, falrjure: w]
fulgore. — \fj2, pe.ssiim : Francken] pressiim. — 179, tilulare patres
et sanguiitis : o>] patres ot ciinctas. — 180, dementibus : Postgate]
sed mentibiis. — 183, titmultu : w] tumullus. — 244, et : ndd.
Grotius]. — fati : a>] falis. — 286, quarum: w] quonira. — 303,
pnrntvr : wj'parata. -;-317, quanto : w] quantum.

WW, ^\'i, (/lad io, quod: Francken] gladio. Quod. — 519, (?e(?/<. Vol is :
Francken] dedit, votis. — 580, a litore : w] e litore.

IX, 104, potuit: w] potui. — 121, e litore : w] a litore. — Pellacis arcis
(ab area) : Burmanu] Pellacas urces. — 186, umhram: Burmann]
umbras.

C.\LPVRNivs — Nemesianvs, cd. K. Schenkl, 1885.

C.M.P. III, 22, noxam : Baehrens] res lam. — VI, 22, vinccii : Glaeser]
vincere. — 42, suhtilcs ramosaque tempora raolles : cu] sulilibus
niollcs ramosa corollis.

Nkm. Ill, 40, proni : Baehrens] pruni. — 45, nndnque : w] rubraqne.
— 52, aes pottou saliensque liquore : Baelirens] trausp. vs. 53. 52,
at poluui saliens liquor ore. — 63 ff., ordinem codicum rclinui.

Oc-r.wr.x, ed. Fr. Leo, 1879.

36, suhito f : w] sub uno. — 50, mittua: ui] impia. — -461, dcspectum
ut . . . feriat : Wihimowitz] f despcetus ... faciet. — 590, iam
piHdem ct ipse wta Poppacae : Bucchcler] et ipse f populi vola
iam pridein.

SiLivs Italicvs, cd. L. Bauer, 1890-91.

1,250, pvoferre: Blass] perferre. — II. 372, umquam: Buchwald]
uumquam. — XII, 413, Ilumero : Wesseling] honore.

Valeiuvs Flaccvs, ed. P. Laugen, 1897.
I, 306, dumque : w] nunc. — (oto : tu] tuto. — 307, po.st huuc versuui



492 APPENDIX CRITICA

lacuiiiim stiituit Langen. — 490, cen : Sclieiikl] cum. — 563, f me
prinium recjia imindo . . . impusuit : w locus nonduni probabilitcr
emendiilus] mea victo r. m. . . . imposita est.
II, 473, veieris: a>] fcli.x. — 477, Turn: Ph. Wagner] cum. — 520,
Vddts : Scheiikl] putcs. — 523, motet ur : Aldiiia] movcri.

VI, 436, post monstra lacuuam slatuit Langen. — 453, luita : Sclienkl]
inente. — Totum versum delevit Langen.

VII, S, patidiim : w] paulum. — 32, paratas: lunlina] parantem. — 33,
(inte aperil : u] antevenit. — 55, (ksc^ndit: Vossius] desceudet. —
56, rapuit : idem] repelet. — 57, Ilcllen?: idem] llellen. — 55-57,
inclusit Langen. — 85, f jwaeceps: w] prensus. — 150, leviorque :
w] propiorque. — 169, f soltat : w] failat. — 187, ad»picit: w] ad-
vocat. — 193, angor : scripsi] fervor. — 226, etiam : w] ut iam. —
repetentur : w] reputentur. — munere: Leo] muuera. — 230, clu-
seris : Summers] cluserit. — mensis : w] Pontus. — 240, vanum:
Ileinsius] iiliini. — 264, et ipsa: w] ad ipsam. — 2dl,es; et : ix>]
es ; sat. — 318, denegat atque una . .. decernit in hora : w] deia
uegat et cruda . . . desaevit in ira. — 319, semet: Heinsius] semper.
— 343, lieu: Leo] te. — niiroerrore. — quern: w] qui. — primum:
w] pi imam. — vidi : a>] vidit. — 363, sanguis: w] salvus. — 370,
f nioiitc : a>] forte. — 441, ciuts . . .funera. luno ubi nunc: w, Leo]
pars . . . fuueris, cm ubi luno. — 520, quern, tanta: wj tempLanli.

Statu Silvae, ed. F. Vollmer, 1898.

I, 0, 8, iKirtem : w] f parlcn. — 15, Ebosia Caunos: coui. Vollmer]
acbosia caunos.

Statu AcniLi.Ei.s, ed. Ph. Kohlmann, 1876.

21, clam depopulatus : ^lenk] blande pnpulatus. — 91, credideris: w]
crederis. — 233, notat : C. Sclienkl] rogat. — 247, paientes: w]
iacentcs. — 303, dinguit : w] deriguit. — 380, vuliu : w] nato. —
435, iram: Heinsius] iras. — 'ifiQ, freinantque : «>] premantque.

]\Iartialis, ed. W. Gilbert, 1896.

1, 76, 3, chorosque: ai] citharamque. — III, 2, 5, piperisqiie : w] piper-
isve. — Ill, 20, 10, Magni: Fiiediandcr] templi. — VIH, 56, 4,
tonare : Duff] sonare. — IX, 46, 3, mutatve : w] mutatque. — X,
35, 18, amarat: w] amaret. — XII, 3, 4, «d . . . manes: F. Voll-
mer] dat . . . arinis. — XII, 52, 9, audit . . . ridet: coni. Gilbert]
ridet . . . aiuiil.

Ivvenalis, ed. L. Friedlilndcr, 1895.

I, 143, crudus: w] crudum. — 150, dices: w] dicas. — 157. deducit : w]
dcducis.



APPENDIX CRITICA 493

III, 210, aerumnae : w] aerumnac est. — 218, liic : lahn] haec. — 227,

defunditur: oj, Owen] diffunditur.
VII, 15, equites Bithyni et : coni. Friedlander] f equitesque Bitliyni

— 22, speranda: Housman] spectanda. — 40, maculosas : Heiniicli]

maculonsas. — 177, scindens: w, Owen] sciudes.
X. 21, mota . . . umbra : w] motae . . . umbiam — 54, aid vel : Doeder-

lein] aut . .. — jjuteiitur : Richards] petuntur.
XIV, 141 f. tibi ; ... seges, : Owen] tibi, . . . seges. — 152, foeda est:

Owen] foedae. — 229. 228, transposuit Owen.

Pehvigilivji Veneris (Antli. Latin, vol. 1-, 1, ed. A. Ricse), 1894.

Vss. 12-27, post 62 collocatos tradito loco retinui.— 17, en mirant :
io\ et micant. — 17, 18: oj] 18, 17. — 19, en ^nidorcm : Schulze] iam
p. — 21, umenti: Pitlioeus] urenti. — 24, flamrais: w] Qabris. — 25,
ruborem: w] pudoreni. — 26, pitdebit: w] rudebit. — 30, rexeriC:
w] exiiit.— 29, 30: w] 30, 29.-39, 37: transp. Schenkl.] 37, com-
pari: w] comparis. — b2,rentem: Crusius] vestem. — 53, montium:
w] fontium. — b^, fontes : Scriverius] moutes. — 60, nt: oj] vel. —
crearet: w] creavit. — GQ,peru>/m: oj] praevium. — 70flf., traditum
ordinem retinui.— 90, J?rt/«.- Owen] faciani f uti.

AvsoNivs, ed. R. Peiper, 1886.

Ad UxoREM. — 2d, fonnam: scripsi] forma.

MosELLA. — 18, turn me: Boeckitiix] quin me. — 57, intuitu: oj] in-
troitu. — 68, pictura: oj] patet ora. — 206, viridis . . . aeidit:
suppl. Boecking] lacunam statuit Peiper. — 2i)7, fracf is : w]
raptis. — 290, mar/iuim: oj] niagni. — 32G,feUx:w'] dives. — 387,
seciator: Hosius] spectator. — 43'S, fuiidct: w] pandet. — 470, sii-
perno: o>] supremo.

Clavdianvs, ed. I. Kocli, 1893.

In Rvfinv.m. — 47, conrrimpit: oj] conrupit.

GiGANTOMACiiiA. — 13, ad: oj] in.

De Raptv Pkoserpinae. — II, praef. 39, ^ducii<: conruptelam iiidi-

cavi] ducis. — II, 229, paciferas: oj] paciticas. — Z'Vd,]opaci:

OJ, forlasse aperti:\ opaci.



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gle work has yet systematic-ally collected for separate treatment.

(ff) RII3LI0GIl.\PHY. Each important article gives a carefully selected
list of the best and most recent works relating to the sul)joct, thus
directing the student to a fuller course of supplementary reading in
English, German, French, and Italian.

ILLU.STRATIONS and MAPS. The text is explained by more
than 1500 illiistratiotis, parily from the antique und partly from res-
toraiions by Riiblinanii, Hoii'maiui, W.agner, Eenvcnuti, ;ind others.
Man}' an; from original photographs, and iiave never before been
publisiied. Maps and dingr.anis, taken from the most approved
sources, are also freely introduced.

Tiiis great work is in reality a condensed Classical Encyclopaedia,
embodying in a concise and convenient form the principal features
of Pauly's great work in German.

HARPER cfe P.R011IERS, New York and London



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