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late Dr. Parnell, archdeacon of Ciogher in Ireland : how
very much that gentleman's friendfhip prevailed over
his genius, in detaining a writer of his fpirlt in the drud-
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appear to the world, when they mall fee thofe beautiful
pieces of poetry, the publication of which he left to my
charge, almoll with his dying breath.

For what remains, I beg to be excufed from the ce-
remonies of taking leave at the end of my work ; and
from embaraffing myfelf, or others, with any defences
or apologies about it. But inftead of endeavouring to
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ficulties of it, (which mud be left to the world, to truth,
and to pofterity) let me leave behind me a memorial of
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who (I am fure) fincerely rejoices with me at the period
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March 25. A. POPE.

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A N



I N D



X



O F



PERSONS and THINGS.



book


ver.


A CAMAS 2
*"*■ he kills Proma-


966




chus 14


SS9


Achilles prays his




mother to revenge




his injuries on the




Greeks 1


460


his fpeech to the




Greeks 1


19


his quarrel with Aga-




memnon 1


I5J»


197.


386


entertains Agamem-




non's ambaffadors 9


a5 7


anfwers UiyfTes 9


406


anfwers Phoenix 9


7i3


anfwers Ajax 9


762


his double fate 9


53*



feeing Machaon
wounded fends Patro-
clus to him 11

inquires of Patroclus
the caufe of his
grief 1 5

fends Patroclus to the



730



book ver.

battel, and gives him

orders 1<s

arms his Myrmidons 16
and animates them i5
his bowl l6

offers a libation with

prayers to Jove 16
not heard of the death

of Patroclus 17 4<5*

his horfes lament the

death of Patroclus 17
he grieves for the

death of Patroclus 18



58
190
3*9

»73

282



4 85



a J,
357
tells Thetis his grief 18 99
a defcription of his

fmeld 18 551

is concerned left Patro-

clus's body Ihould

putrify 19 28

calls an aflembly 19 44
makes a fpeech to the

afTembly 19

refufes to take any food

before the battel 19
moans exceedingly for



57



197



Bb 2



29* INDEX s/Pe

book yer.

the death of Patro-

clus 19 335

he is armed 19 398

Agamemnon's prefents

are delivered to A-

chillcs 19 2.43

he and Agamemnon

reconciled 19 57

his anfA'er to Aga-
memnon 19 143
diiTuades Aeneas from

contendingwithhim 20 114
contemns v£neas for

flying from him 20 393
he kills Ipbition 20 439
Demoleon 2,0 457

Ilippodamas 20 463
Polydore 20 471

and many others 20 52 S
iddreiTes the ipirit of

Patroclus 23 25

kills many Trojans in

the river Xanthns 21 25
denies Lycaon his life 21 112
he purfues Hector 22 182
kills him 22 453

declares the rites to be

obferved by his

Myrmidons 23 8

cuts off his hair, devot-
ed to the river

Sperchius 23 171

lie prays to the winds 23 237
inftitutes funeral

games 23 319

gives a cup toNeftor 23 704
is deprived of fleep 24 9
receives the peiition of

Priam 2.4 65;



rsons and Things'.

book vcr.

lays Hector's body on
1 Priam's chariot *4 717
Adrestus x 1007

taken by Menelaus 6 45

JE.N'EAS 2 P92

feeks Pandarus 5 214
together alTauh Dib-

med 5 293
he kills Crethon and

Ornlochus J 760
he encounters with

Achilles 20 193

anfwers Achilles 20 240

tells his lineage 20 25*
the fight of ikneas

and Achilles 20 307

Aetolians 2 694,

779

Agamemnon 3 210

reflores Chryfeis to

hdr father 1 406
takes Brifds from A-

chilles I 4fJ
tells his dream in

council 2 6g
his fpeech, advifing a

return to Greece 2 139

his prayer to Jupiter 2 489
orders Machaon to be

called to affift Me-
nelaus wounded 4 230
exhorts his foldiers 4 z66
5 6so
blames theindolent 4 27S
fpeaks to Idomeneus 4 292
goes to the two Ajaxes 4 311
goes to Neftor 4 334
blames Meneflheus 4 390
blames Diomed 4 422



INDEX of Persons W Things. 493



book ver.
his words to wounded

Menelaus 4 186

kills Deicoon 5 660

treats the generals 7 385
his fpeech to the ge-
nerals 9 13
fvvears he has not car-
nally known Bri-
feis 9 172
acknowteges his
fault, and makes
large offers to fatisfy
Achilles 9 148
fends ambaflUdors to
Achilles 9 119
Agamemnon and
Menelaus in
great perplexity ro 3
they deliberate toge-
ther ro 41
he goes to Nefior 10 81
he arms ir 21
fights bravely n 127
kills a great number 11 281
is wounded 11 325
goes out of the battel 11 360
advifes flight 14 71
for which UlyfTes

blames him 14. 88

K reconciled to Achil-
les 1$
he fvvears he has not

enjoyed Brifcis 19 167
his fpeech concerning
the goddefs Dif-
eord 1 9 81

Agenor deliberates
if he fhall meet
Achilles 21 649

meets him, and is

B



book ver.

faved by Apollo 21 685

The J£gh of Jupiter 1 526

S 911

21 467
Agapcnor 2 74*

Ajax Oileus r s fon a 631
contends with U-

lyfTes in the foot-
race * 3 880
(juarrels with Ido-

meneus 23 555

Ajax Telamon

fights with Hecftor 7 250
his fpeech to Achilles 9 74*
his retreat nobly de-

fcribed ri ©'72,

The two Ajaxes fight

together 13 1023

Ajax Telamon

challenges Hector 13 628
his fight over the

dead body of Al-

cathous 13 61&

he wounds Hector 14 471
kills Archilocus 14 540

exhorts his men 15 591,
666, 89a
defends the fhips 15 814
is hard preffed t6 130

he fpeaks to Mene-
laus 57 282
kills Hippothous 17 33^
he is in fear 17 705
advifes Menelaus to

fend Antilochus to

inform Achilles of

Patroclus's death 17 73-7
contends with Ulyf-

fes in wreftling 23 ho



2P4 INDEX of Persons and Things,



book vcr.

fights with Diomed 13 95$

Amphimachus a 755.

1060

Amphius a 1007

Antenor advifes to re-

ftore Helen 7 419

Andromache and

Hector 6 490

Andromache ignorant
of Hector's death,
runs to the tumult a a 56* a
her grief for his

death ax 59a

her lamentation 14 906
Antilochus kills

Echepolus 4 s *£

kills My don $ 709

kills Menalippus j 5 69%
informs Achilles of

Patroclus's death 18 ji
he chears up his hor-

fes in the race a 3 51A
yields the contefted
prize to Mene-
laus 13 676

Antiphus a 8a 7,

ies4
Apollo fends a plague

amoDg the Greeks 1 61
encourages the Tro-
jans 4 585
reprimands Diomed 5 533
iruifes the phantom of
^neas to deceive
his enemies 5 546
excites Mars y 553
drives Patroclus from

the walls of Troy 16 863
and overthrows him i<5 954
informs Heftor of the



book ver.
death of Euphorbus 17 84
encourages JEneas 17 378
and Hector 17 658

incites Aeneas to en-
counter Achilles ao 410
forbids Hector to en-
gage Achilles ao 431
faves Hector from
Achilles ao 513
refufes to fight with

Neptune ai 536

takes Agenor from

Achilles ai 71*

difcovers the deceit to

Achilles a a ij

complains to the Gods
of the cruelties done
to Hector's body a4 44
Archilocus a 996

Afcalaphus and Jal-
menus the foas of
Mars a <?ia

Afcanius a 1050

Afius a iois

he is angry with Ju-
piter 1 a 18-4
Afpledon and Orcho-

menians a 610

Afteropaeus meets A-

chilles andis killed ai 157
Aftyanax aa 643

Athenians a 65.S

Automedon and Al-
cimedon rule the
horfes of AehiLles 17 488,
548
B.
Bellerophon 6 194

The bowl of Achilles 16 273
Biifds a 841



INDEX of Perso

book ver.
(he is reftored to A-

chilles 19 »54

grieves forPatroclus 19 3°3

Bupraf;ans * 747

C.
Calchas the prophet 1
he is blamed by Aga-
memnon 1
Caftor and Pollux 3
Cebrion brother and

charioteer to Hetlor \6
Chromis 2,

Chryfes defiieshis
daughter who
was captive 1

his prayers to Apollo 1

Coon 13

The Ceftus of Venus 14
Cretans a

D
Dardanus 20

The dead are buried 7
Deiphobus is ftricken
by Merion, but not
wounded 1 3

kills Hypfenor 1 3

he a(ks ./Eneas to af-
fift him in attack-
ing Idomeneus 13
kills Afcalaphus 13
Diomed 2,

blames Sthenelus 4
is wounded by Pa-n-

darus 5

invokes Minerva 5

kills Pan^arus 5

wounds Venus S

is in fear of Hedor 5
wounds Mars S



91

131

30Z

895

1046



S3

590

2 45
785

25s

495



213
509



ns and Things, *9S

book ver.
exhorts UlyiTes to

fuccour Neitor 8 117

he relieves Keftor 8 129
his fpeech to Aga-
memnon 9 43
going a fpy to the ene-
my's camp, chufes
Uiyflfcs for his
companion 10 183
prr.v> to Minerva 10 335
Diomed and UlyfieS
furprize Dolon,
whom they take
and examine 10 455
Diomed kills Dolon 10 5*4
kills the Thracians

while deeping 10 5^»

returns with UlyiTes

to the fleet 10 6i 4

he ftrikes Hector n 45 *

advifes the wounded

to go into the army

to encourage others 14 »'*'

Dione comforts Venus S 4*7*

Dins * I0 43

Dolon, a fpy, taken 10 447

is killed
Dulichians



o 524

z 7<53



575
655
683
666

130
146

352
417

732
I050



Elephenor
Ennomus the augur
Epiftrophus
Erichthonius
Eumelus's mares
Euphemus
Euphoibus wounds
Patroclus
advifes Menelaus to
yield to him X 7



z 654

2 104T

3 IC 43

10 260
a 926

Z IOZ$



16 973



*4



»$>6 INDEX of Pers

book ver.
is killed by Menclaus 17 50
Euryalus 2 682

Eurypylus 2 893

wounded, is cured by
Patroclus 11 082,

G.
Ganymedes 20 278

Glaucus a 1069

accufes Hector of
flight 17 iJ3

Glaucus and Diomed
in the battel meet
and difcourfe toge-
ther 6 150
interchange armour 6 z86
his prayers to Apollo 16 633
exhorts the Trojans
to defend the corfe
of Sarpedon 1 6 654
Gods, an alTembly of

them 4 a

Gods engage, fome on
one fide and fome
on the other 20 91

The fight of the Gods ai 450
Grecian facrifices 1 599

2 502,
theyretreatfromTroy* 173
prepare for war 2 470

go to battel 3 522

their forces march 4 484
their night 8 97

their watch 9 no

nine Grecians are
willing to accept
Hector's challenge 7 195
build a wall round

the fleet 7 520

buy wine 7 $66



ons and Things.

book ver,

an afTembly of their
generals i* 339

their fhips are burnt i<5 140
Guneus a 906

H
Hector fends out his

forces to battel 2 988

tells Paris's challenge
to the Greeks 3 123

retreats out of the
battel into Troy 6 296

exhorts the Trojans
to fupplicate Mi-
nerva 6 338

goes to the houfe of
Paris 6* 389

to his wife Andro-
mache 6 463

his difcourfe with her 6 510

challenges the Greeks
to fingle combate 7 79

exhorts his men 8 210

encourages his horfes 8 zz6

fends Dolon as a fpy 10 376

his glory n 83

he exhorts his forces,
and rufhes to battel 11 368

derides Polydamas's
advice 12 2^7

forces open a gate of
the Grecian wall 12 537

exhorts his men 13 20c

feeksforaid 13 967

rallies his forces, and
attacks the enemy 13 991

anfwers Ajax 13 1041-

kills Amphimacus 13 247

wounded, retreats 14 503-

is encouraged by A-



INDEX of Pers

book ver.

polio 15 a 88

goes again to battel 15 296

kills Lrcophron 15 500

exhorts Menalippus 15 654

kills Peripoetes 15 770

takes a fhip 15 854

is put to flight 16 440

16 7i>7
encounters with Patro-

clus 16 885
and kills him i<5 987
excites his men 17 160
his fpeech to his war-
like friends 17 205
he gives way to Ajax J 7 140
anfwers Glaucus 17 187
puts on Achilles's ar-
mour 17 219
iie purfaes Achilles's
horfes with the af-
fiftance of Aeneas 17 550
again endeavours to
take the body of
Patroclus 18 187
refolves to combate

with Achilles io 415

affaults Achilles 20 485
his wound 23 470
he deliberates with

himfelf n 138
he fights with Achil-
les 22 3*7
his death 22 45 3
his funeral 14 989
Hecuba defires he
would not fight
Achilles ix no
fbe renews her defires
he would not fight



ons and Thijtcs.



2*7



book ver.
Achilles ax 55a

fhe mournshis death 14 942,
Helen goes to fee the
combate between
Paris and Mene-
laus 3 113

the Trojans admire

her beauty 3 a?4

chides Paris 3 S5*

fpeaks to Heclor 6 432,

laments over Hec-
tor's body 24 962.
Helenus advifes Hec-
tor and Aeneas 7 48
6 95
Kippothous a 102,1

T.
Idaeus carries Paris's
challenge to the
Greeks 7 4<5°

Idomeneus a 79*

3 *95
kills Othryonens 13 45 7
Anus 13 483

Alcathous 13 5 37

Iphidamas his death

finely defcribed 11 283, etc.
Iris orders the Trojans

to arms 2 95 5

tells Helen of the An-
gle combate of Pa-
ris and Menelaus 3 16"$
is fent to Pallas and
Juno with Jove's
orders 1 488

admonifhes Achilles to
fuccour his friends
fighting for the
body of Patroclus 18 a.o



a*8 INDEX of Pers

book ver.

fiimmonsthe winds to
raife the fire of
Patroclus's pile 13 34*
Ithacans a 769

Juno fends Minerva to
hinder the Greeks
from retreating a 191

her quarrel with Ju-
piter 4 35

fhe and Minerva pre-
pare for fight 5 883

afk lea- e of Jupiter
to go to battel 5 94a

her fpeech to Nep-
tune 8 14a

drefTes herfelf to de~
ceive Jupiter 14 191

defires of Venus her
girdle to deceive
Jupiter 14 zzs

goes tcrthe Gcd of
Sleep to put Jupi-
ter into a fleep 14 %66

by large promifes ob-
tains her requefis 14 335

goes to Jupiter 14 331

denies it was at her
requeft that Nep-
tune afllfted the
Greeks 1 5 41

goes to the reft of the
Gods 15 84

tells the order of Ju-
piter to Apollo and
Iris 15 16a

fhe advifes with the
Gods concerning
Aeneas's fighting
with Achilles ao 14$



ons and Things.

book ver.

fends Vulcan to oppofe
Xanthus 21 385

overcomes Diana ax 564
Jupiter promifes
Thetis to be re-
venged on the
Greeks 1 67a

infpires Agamemnon
with a dream a 9

forbids the Gods to
affift either part 8 7

his golden chain 8 a 5

defcends on Ida 8 57

fends Iris to order
Juno and Miner-
va to retreat from
the battel 8 488

fends Iris amongfr the
Greeks 11 4

fends Iris to forbid
Hector fome time
from perfonally en-
gaging 11 241

infpires Sarpedon to
afTault the Gree-k
wall 1 a 348

is caufsd by Juno to
fleep 14 305

awaking from fleep he
is angry with Juno 15 5

orders Juno to fend
Iris and Apollo to
him 15 J9

fends Iris to order Nep-
tune to defift from
fighting 15 180

fends Apollo to encou-
rage Hector 15 158

encouragesHeftorhim*



INDEX of Per

book ver.
felf 15 722

is grieved for Sarpe-

don's death i<S 530

orders Apollo to take
care of Sarpedon's
funeral 16 811

he examines Juno con-
cerning the exciting
Achilles to engage
in battel 18 4:7

he gives the Gods leave
to aflift which party
they pleafe 22 29

he pities Hector 17 227
fends Minerva to com.

fort Achilles 19 3S4

fends Thetis to Achil-
les, ordering him to
deliver Hetfor's
body to Priam 14 137
fends Iris to advife
Priam to go to A-
chilles 24 178

orders Mercury to
conduct Priam to
Achilles 24 411

L.
Lacedaemonians 3 704

Locrians 2 630

Lycaon overcome by

Achilles 21 41

begs his life in vain 21 m

M.

Machaon 2 880

cures Menelaus 4 150

Magnefians 2 916

Mars is wounded by

Diomed 5 1050

on which account he



sons and Things. 29$

book vcr.
expoftulates with
Jupiter 5 lojp

for which he is re-
prehended by Ju-
piter s 1092
hearing of the death
of his fon is en-
raged 15 I2<J
Meges 2 7<Sx
Meleager, the ftory of

him 9 653

Menelaus 2 710

undertakes to fight

with Paris 3 137

is treacheroufly woun-
ded by Pandarus 4 13s
takes Adreftus 6 45

would undertake to
fight with Hector,
but is hindered by
Agamemnon 7 127

he and Ajax aflift Li-
ly fles 11 582
wounds Helenus 13 733
kills Pifander 13 7 S3
exhorts Antilochus 15 <S8»
he is defpifed by Eu-

phorbus 17 18

kills Euphorbus 17 50

yields to Hector 17 lot
exhorts the generals 17 194
is encouraged by Mi-
nerva 17 €16
he fends Antilochus
to tell Achilles of
the death of Pa-
troclus 17 7 75
is angry with Anti-
lochus 23 6*51



S oo INDEX of


Persons and Thing*.






book


ver.


book


vef.


Meneftheus *


66s


chilles


XX


2.91


fends Thoos to the




Mycenians


z


634


Ajaxes for aid lz


411


Myrmidons


Z


834


Mercury accompanies




go to the right


16


31*


Priam Z4


417


N.






and conduces him to




Naftes


z


lOtffr


Achilles Z4


541


Neptune, his and Ju-






admonilhes Friam in




piter's difcourfe






his fleep 24


780


concerning the






Merion z


791


Grecian wall


7


53®


wounds Deiphobus 13


668


his difcourfe with






kills Harpalion 13


813


Idomeneus


*3


189


Mettles %


[OJ4


brings help to the






Minerva goes to




Greeks


11


17


Pandarus to induce




encourages the two






him to break the




Ajaxes


13


73


truce 4


119


and the Greeks


i3


131


ftrengthens Diomed 5


109


is angry with Jupiter


is


zoS


forces Mars from the




advifes about the






battel c


45


prefervation of






derides Venus 5


509


Aeneas


10


341


prepares herf.lf for




preferves Aeneas






the war $ 883,


908


from Achillcs's






afks leave of Jupiter




fury


2?


3*7


to go to the war 5


941


comforts Ulyflfes


21


333


fpeaks to Diomed s


998


: urges Apollo to fight ai


450


encourages Diomed to




Nereids, the catalogue






aflault Mars 5


IOZO


and names of them


18


4*.


her fpeech to Jupiter 8


39






etc.


retrains Mars's an-




Nestor endeavours






ger 15


140


to reconcile Achil-






knocks down Mars




les and Agamem-






with a mighty




non


1


33^


ftone j 1


4*9


Neitor praifed by Ag


\-




vanquifhes Venus and




memnon


z


44®


her lover zi


498


his fpeech to the fol


-




in the fhape of Dei-




diers


z


40*


phobus perfuades




Nestor


z


7 i<


Hector to meet A-




his Ipeech to Aga-







INDEX of Persoms and Things
book

4



ver.

37o

84



memnon
exhorts the foldiers
his fpeech for bury-
ing the dead, and

building a wall 7 392,

blames the Greeks

for not daring to

encounter Hector 7 145
is in great danger 8 101
flies with Diomed 8 190
his advice for guards

and refrefhment 9 36
for pacifying Achil.

les 9 141

approves Diomed's

fpeechtoAgamemnonp 73
goes by night to U-

lyfTcs 10 is 7

encourages Diomed 10 180
advifes to fend fpies

into the enemy's

camp 10 Z4I

Teckes what he did

in his youth 11 817

goes on an uproar to

know the caufe 14 1
prays to Jupiter 15 418
exhorts the Greeks

tooppufetheenemyi5 796
advifes his fon con-
cerning the race 13 369
Niobe, her fable 24 757

Nireus, the mofc hand-



fome Greek
O.
Orcus his helmet
Odius

P.
Pandarus
Vol. IV.



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f 1037
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book

treacheroufly wounds
Menelaus 4

is killed by Diomed 5
Paris boafts at the be-
ginning of the fight 3

cowardly flies 3

blamed of Hector 3

undertakes a fingle
combate with Me-
nelaus 3

is armed 3

and fights with Me-
nelaus 3

is taken from the
combate by Venus 3

blamed by Helen 3

refcued from fight, is
put to bed with
Helen 3

refufes to reftore He-
len

wounds Diomed
Machaon
Eurypylus

kills Euchenor
Patroclus returns
to Achilles

entreats Achilles to
let him go to aid
the Greeks

armed

exhorts the Myrmi-
dons

he and his men kill
many of the Tro-
jans



301

ver.

iS
44
55



4^9



4*7
4<?7



4x3

619

709
6z6



i$ 4<S*



16



exhorts the twoA-



3i

161,



314



443
483
847



3d INDEX of Persons and Things.



book ver.
jaxes i<5 681

kills Cebrion i<5 89S

is ftruck by Apollo 16 954
a fierce conteft about
the body of Patro-
clus 17 3M.

471, 613
appears to Achilles

in a dream 13 78

his funeral pile 23 198

his fepulchrc 13 305

his funeral games 23 3x3
Phidippus a 827

Phocians a <Jao

Phoeuix intreats A-
chilles to be recon-
ciled with Aga-
memnon 9 5<5a
fits as one of the
judges of the race 14 435
Phorcis a 1050
Podalirius a 889
Podaices a 8<Jo
Polydamas advifes to
force the Greek
lines ia 6^
interprets a prodigy,

and gives his advice la 24s
blames Hector 13 907

kills Prothenor 14 515

Pclypoetcs a 904

and Leontius ia 141

Prayers and injuftice,
their influence on
the Gods 9 624

Pri \m enquires of
Helen about the
Grecians which
they faw 3 220



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is called by an herald

to agree to a treaty 3 319J
returns into the city 3 385
fpeaks to the Trojans 7 444
commands thefoldiers

to open the gate ai 6*2 »
intreats Hector not

to meet Achilles :i 51
bemoans the death of

Hector a 3 515

tells his wife the com-
mands of Jupiter 24 a33
takes the gifts to car-
ry to Achilles a4 341
rebukes his fons, 34 311
his council to Hecuba 24 355
he prays to Jupiter a4 377
he meets Achilles a4 579
defires to fleep 24

he carries the body of
Hector into the
city 24 882

Prodigies 11 70

12 233
of a dragon which
devoured anefl of
birds and the dam 2 37a
Protefilaus a 853

Prothous a 916

Pyiaemenes a 1034

is flain 5 705 .

Pylians 2 715

Pyraechmes 2 1018

R.

Rhefus '10 505

is flain by Diomed 10 576

Rhodians 2 79S

S.
Sarpedon a 1069



INDEX of Persons and Things.



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wounded by Tlepole-
m\is, defires the
afuitance of Hec-
tor
exhorts Glaucus to

fight

breaks down a battle-
ment of the wall ia
Soldiers, the good and
bad defcribed J 3

Sleep, (the God of
Sleep,) at the in-
ftanee of Juno
puts Jupiter iato
a fleep 14

incites Neptune 14

Sthenelus a

anfwers Agamem-
non fharply
T.
Talthybius 1

Teucer from behind
the fnitld of Ajax,
kills many Tro-
jans 8
is wounded by Hector 8
kills Imbrius 13
and Clitus 15
his bow is broke by a
divine power 1 $
Thalpius a
Thamyris his ftory a
Themis prefents the
nectar bowl to Ju-
no 15
Therfites his loquacity a
Thetis, her words to

Achilles I

her petition to Jove



S 841



ia 371



483



359



x66
411
683



4 45$



411



320

3S7
Zi7
5*1

544
755
711



96
540



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for her fon 1

/he in great grief
fpeaks to the Ne-
reids 18

enquires of Achilles 18

promifes Achilles ar-
mour made by Vul-
can 18

goes to Vulcan 1 8

befeeches Vulcan to
make Achilles's
armour 18

carries the armour
made by Vulcan to
Achilhs 19

Thoas 2

kills Pirus 4

Titareiius a river a

Tlepolemus a

fights with Sarpe-
don S

Trojans and Grecians
march to battel 3

they fign a treaty 3
Trojans and Greeks
in battel 4

many of the Trojans
killed 6

the Trojans watch 8
Trojans march, at-
tack the Greek
trenches **

IX

Trojans fly 14

Trojans make a great



303

vcr.
65*



17*
43i



5*9



775
<5io
910
7 93

77*

1
333

508

5

<S3<5



• 95
*95
596



(laughter

The Trojans fight

bravely at the

Grecian fleet

CC2



15 37*



IS 84*



304



INDEX of Persons and Things.



book


vcr.


book


ver.


they fly before the




exhorts Diomed to






Greeks 17


676


battel


11


40 8


An aflembly of the




is furrounded by the




Trojans 18


28*


enemy


11


510


V.




is wounded by Socus


11


547


Venus conveys Paris




kills Socus


11


561


from the fight 3


467


advifes to give the






befpeaks Helen 3


481


foldiers refrefhment




is angry with Helen 3


513


before the battel


19


IJ3


carries Helen to Paris 3


533


advifes Achilles to






conveys ^neasout of




refrefli himfelf


10


115


the battel 5


385


Vulcan admonifhes Ju


-




is wounded by Dio-




no


1


74*


med 5


417


remembers the benefits




complains of her being




he has received of






wounded to Dione 5


465


Thetis


18


461


is laughed at by Mi-




enquires of Thetis






nerva 5


499


the caufe of her






with Apollo keeps




coming


18


49*


the body of Hector




makes a fuit of ar-






from putrifying 13


116


mour for Achilles


18


537


Ulysses 2


7<Sj


dries up the river






3


154


Xanthus


21


400


delivers Chryfeis to




X.






her father i


575


Xanthus, Achilles's






contends with Ajax




horfe, forefhews






in the courfe 13


828


the deftrutlion of






prevents the Greeks




Achilles


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