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SCHOOL CLASSICS



IE SIXTH [email protected]

OF

MOMER'S Y8SEY

EDITED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS



CHAS. W. BAIN

INSTRUCTOR IN GREEK, UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, PETERSBURG, VA.



BOSTON, U.S.A.

GINN & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS
1895



COPYRIGHT, 1895
BY CHAS. W. BAIN



ALL RIGHTS RESERVED




TO

MY FATHER AND MOTHER,

THIS LITTLE BOOK

IS GRATEFULLY AND AFFECTIONATELY
INSCRIBED.



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PREFACE.



THIS edition of the Sixth Book of the Odyssey is
intended to meet the wants of pupils just beginning
to read Homer.

The notes have been compiled with a view to
rendering the study of Homer a pleasure, and a con-
scientious effort has been made to explain all passages
likely to present any difficulty. Points of grammar,
save such as differ from Attic usage, are sparingly
noticed, while full information has been aimed at
upon all matters touching archaeology, mythology, and
literature. Parallel passages from Homer and other
authors are freely cited in the belief that they will
enable the younger student to become better acquainted
with Homer, and better able to appreciate the literary
beauties of the work.

The vocabulary has been prepared from a careful
reading of the text, and will serve as a concordance
to this book. Considerable attention has been paid to
etymology and word-grouping as the surest means of
developing a reading knowledge of a language. The
forms of words are given as they occur in Attic Greek,



vi PREFACE.

the Homeric peculiarities being added in brackets or
explained in the notes, and in most instances only
those Homeric forms are given that occur in the text.
In this respect the vocabulary differs from most
Homeric vocabularies, and it is hoped that the pupil
will be able by this means to keep the Attic forms
firmly in memory and at the same time to read his
Homer with tolerable ease.

The text is that of Dindorf, revised by Hentze, and
no changes have been made except in the case of a
few marks of punctuation.

Constant use has been made of the editions of Homer
by Ameis-Hentze and by Faesi, of the Phaiakians of
Homer by Merriam, and of Merry's Odyssey. Profes-
sor Palmer's translation of the Odyssey has supplied
many apt renderings in both notes and vocabulary, and
several parallel passages from Chaucer and Spenser
have been taken from Harper and Miller's edition of
Vergil. The few cuts that appear in the notes have
been taken from Guhl and Koner's Life of the Greeks
and Komans, and from Kich's Dictionary of Eoman and
Greek Antiquities.

Thanks are due to Mr. Collar and Mr. Tetlow, the
general editors of the series, for many valuable sug-
gestions and corrections.



CHARLES W. BAIN.



UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, PETERSBURG, VA.,
March 11, 1895.



INTRODUCTION.



THE name of Homer is perhaps the greatest in
literature. The dates assigned for his birth vary from
1104 B.C. to 684 B.C., and he was placed by Herodotos
about 400 years before his own time, that is, about the
middle of the ninth century B.C. The place of his birth
is as little certain as the time, as is shown by the
following epigram :



7r6Xeis diepLov<riv Trepl pifav '
'P65os, ~K.o\6(f)uv, SaXa/x^, "los, "Apyos, 'AOrjvcu.



He is, however, perhaps best connected with Smyrna.

The tradition that he was blind arose from his sup-
posed authorship of the Hymn to Apollo of Delos, the
author of which speaks of himself as being blind. His
grave is claimed by los, one of the Cyclades, and Chios
was the home of the Homeridae, " Sons of Homer."

In ancient times it was believed that the two poems,
the Iliad and the Odyssey, were by different authors, and
those holding this view were called Chorizontes (from
Xwfna>, to separate), or Separatists. Modern scholars
have gone still farther, and the very existence of Homer
has been denied. The first and greatest name connected
with this view is that of F. A. Wolf, Professor in Halle,



viii INTRODUCTION.

who, in 1795, published his famous Prolegomena ad
Homerum, in which he set forth the view of divided
authorship, and contended that the present unity of the
poems was the work of scholars at the court of Peisistra-
tos, in the sixth century B.C. Later, Lachmann believed
he had discovered sixteen original lays, whence the poem
of the Iliad was cast into its present form, the lays form-
ing a nucleus round which the whole was developed.

The discussion still continues, and great names have
been ranged on either side ; but the tendency of modern
criticism and investigation is in favor of a natural and
organic development for both poems, a theory which
was proposed for the Odyssey by Kirchhoff in 1859.

However much scholars may differ as to the origin
of the poems, they all agree in admiring their wonderful
beauty, compactness, and power of inspiration, which
could elicit from Keats, who knew them only through a
translation, the following lines :

* * Then felt I like some watcher of the skies
When a new planet swims into his ken ;

Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes
He stared at the Pacific, and all his men

Looked at each other with a mild surmise
Silent upon a peak in Darien."

THE STORY OF THE ODYSSEY (I.-VI.).

I. The poem begins with an invocation of the muse,
when Odysseus, in the tenth year after the fall of Troy,
is still on the island of Ogygia, where he is detained by
Kalypso. In Ithaka, his wife, Penelope, is hard beset



INTRODUCTION. ix

by suitors, who squander his property and behave in a
most insolent manner, nor is the young Telemachos able
to repress them. Athena, in the absence of Poseidon,
the enemy of Odysseus on account of the blinding of
Polyphemos, begs the gods to rescue the hero and restore
him to Ithaka. They consent, and Hermes, the mes-
senger of the gods, is dispatched to Kalypso with com-
mands for the dismissal of Odysseus. At the same
time, Athena, in the guise of Mentes, an old friend of
Odysseus, visits Ithaka and advises Telemachos to go
to Nestor and Menelaos in quest of tidings of his father.
She departs, and Penelope now comes down and bids
the bard Phemios cease his song of the Woe of the
Achaians, and Telemachos speaks out boldly before
the suitors. Then all depart, and Telemachos during
the night ponders his projected journey.

II. The next day the assembly is summoned, and
Telemachos denounces the suitors, who treat him with
insolent rudeness and contempt, and endeavor to cast
all blame upon Penelope. His request for a ship is
denied, but Athena, in the form of Mentor, procures for
him both ship and crew. The secret is disclosed only
to the old nurse, Eurycleia, and at night Telemachos,
accompanied by Mentor, sets out for Pylos.

III. On the arrival in Pylos on the following day,
Nestor and his household are engaged in solemn sacri-
fices. Nestor can give but little help to Telemachos, but
bids him go to Sparta to visit Menelaos, and gives his
youngest son, Peisistratos, as a companion. They arrive



x INTRODUCTION.

in Sparta on the second night, and find Menelaos
celebrating the marriages of his son and daughter.

IV. Menelaos, having wandered for eight years after
the fall of Troy, is but lately returned home. Tele-
machos, on account of his great likeness to his father,
is recognized immediately by Helen as she enters the
hall. The next day Menelaos relates his adventures
and his meeting with the sea-god Proteus, from whom
he had learned that Odysseus was detained by Kalypso
upon the island of Ogygia. Telemachos is urged to
remain in Sparta, but declines, and hastens to return
to Ithaka. The suitors, having discovered his absence,
plot to kill him, but the snare is revealed by Medon to
Penelope, who is heartbroken at the news, but is com-
forted in a dream by Athena. The suitors meanwhile
go to the island of Asteris to lie in wait for Telemachos.

V. This book opens with a second assembly of the
gods. Athena is again urging that Hermes be sent to
Kalypso. This is done and, Kalypso having supplied
provisions, Odysseus sets sail upon a raft constructed
by himself. Eighteen days after leaving Ogygia he
comes within sight of the Phaiakian land, but he is seen
by Poseidon, who stirs up a tempest and wrecks his
bark. Odysseus is saved by a magic scarf given him
by Ino Leucothea, and after drifting about for two days
and two nights, swims ashore, where he finds shelter
under two olive bushes, and falls asleep.

VI. The next morning, Nausikaa, daughter of Alki-
noos, king of the Phaiakians, goes with her women to



INTRODUCTION. xi

the pools to wash the linen, having been so warned in
a dream by Athena. After washing the linen, the
maidens begin a game of ball, and the ball, falling into
an eddy, causes such a shout to rise that Odysseus
awakes in a fright. Shaking off alarm, he presents
himself as a suppliant before Nausikaa. His prayers
are granted, and Nausikaa, having furnished him with
food and clothing, shows him how to reach her father's
palace, and how to gain his good-will, and so return
to his home in Ithaka.



Z.



8^09 '

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fifj p' 69 <&curJKO)v avSpwv Srj/Jidv re 7rd\iv re,
o? irplv fjiev TTOT' cvdiov ev vpv%dpo) "Tepefy,
afy%ov Kv/cXco7Tft)z/, avSpcov vTreprjvopedvTWV,
o? <7</>ea9 aweo-KQVTO, fiirjfa 8e (freprepoi fj<rav.
ev6ev avao-rtfo-as aye
elcrev Se ^xepiy, /ca9 a
a/^<^)l 8e ret^o9 eXacrcre
/cal i>?70U9 Troirjcre Bewv, teal eSao-o-ar' apovpas. 10

aXX' 6 ftez^ ^8?; /c?;pt Sa/xek 'AtSoa-Se



TOU /iez/ e?/3?7 77/009 Sw/ia ^ea, <y\av/ca)7ri,$ '
vdarov 'OSvcrafjc /JLeydXiJTOpi /jLrjTtdcoo-a.
/3r) 8' ?/>cez/ 69 Odka/Jiov 7roXt>Sat / 8aXoz>, a5 ez/t /covprj 15
T* aOavdrrjo-t (frvrjv KOI eI8o9 ofJ

aa, Ouydrrfp peyaXriTopo
Trap Se 8v J a/i^tTroXot, %ap(rwv avro /caXXo9

e/cdrepffe^ Ovpai 8* eVe/ce^i/TO fyaeivai.



2 :,v : :/: >:{ * .- QJQYSSEY vi.

77 S' dvefjiov G>9 Trvoir) eVeWuro Se^ma Kovpys, 20

S' ap' vTre/o /ce^>aX^9 /ecu /uz/ 777)09 pvOov eenrev,



^ o o/JLrjXtKir} fjiev erjv, /ce^dpLaro Se

TV) fJLiv eeicra/Jievr} Trpocrecfrri <y\avfcw7ri

u Natw/eaa, TI vv a* cSSe /JLeOtj/nova yeivaro fJLTjrrjp; 25

ei/JLara nev TOI /ceirai atcrjSea cri<ya\devTa,

aol 8e yd/AOS cr^eSoV ecrnv iva %pr) /ca\a /AV avrrjv

evvwOai, TO, Se Tolai Trapacr^el^ of fee a* aycovrat,

e/c yap TOL TOVTOOV <f)dn<> av9pd)Trov<$ avafiaivei

tf, xaipovcriv Se Trarrjp real Trorvia fJir)Tr)p. 30

7r\vveovcrat, ajju rjol <^aivo^evr]^)iv
TOL eyco vvvepiOos dfju e^opou, o(f)pa rd^Lara
evrvveai, evrel ou TOL CTL Srjv TrapOevos ecraeai,
ijSrj jdp a fjLVwvTai, apicrT'fjes fcaTa ^T^JLOV

<&airiic(dv, o9i TOL 76^09 ecrrl /cal avTrj. 35

ay 9 eiroTpwov TraTepa K\VTOV rj&QL Trpo
rj fjLLovovs teal dfjia^av (f>07r\ia'aL^ rj Kev dyrjcrLV
a)(7Tpd T /cal 7T7r\ov 9 real ptfyea <7Lya\6evTa.
/cal Se aol coS* avTrj TTO\V /cd\\LOV ye TrdSeao-LV
ep%ecr0aL ' 7ro\\bv yap CLTCO tr\vvoL elcrL 770X^09." 40

7; fjiev dp* W9 etVoOcr' avre/??; y\av/ca)7rLS * KQr\vr]
OuXu/iTToVS', o9 L <pacrl 0ea)v e8o9 a<j</>a\e9 alel

fJifJiVai. OVT dve/JLOL(TL TLvd(T<TTaL OVT TTOT O/Ji/3p(0

oiire %tw^ eTrnriXvaTaL, aXXa /i/aX' aWpr)

z^e^)eXo9, \ev/crj S' eTTLSeSpofiev acy\rj 45
TO) eV^ TepTTOVTaL pa/capes 0eol r^aTa TrdvTa.
ev0* aTrefir) y\av/cw7ri,<>, eirel SieTrecfrpaSe fcovprj.



ODYSSEY VI. 3

avrUa S' 'Ha>9 rj\6ev evOpovos, fj piv eyeipev
Navaiicdav ev7re7r\ov dcfrap S* aired avjJia(T oveipov,
/3fj S' levai Sm Seo/xa^', tV ayye(\eie TOKevaiv, 50

TTdTpl <f)i\(t) teal /JirjTpi ' /ci%ijcraTO 8* evSov eoWa9.
77 />tef evr' ea'X c *'PV / n (7TO a vv afjbfynrdXoio'i
r' d\i7rdp<j)vpa ' rq> Se



e? /3ofX?7Z/, r iva (JLLV tcdXeov <& air] ices ayavoi. 55

ciyx 1 ' <7 ' a <p^Xov Trarepa
(f>i\\ OVK av STJ /JLOL e
rjv ev/cv/c\ov, Iva K\vra e f i
? TTorafjibv TrXweovcra, rd /JLOL pepVTrco/jieva /celrai;
fcal Se aol avra) eoi/ce //-era TrptoToicriv edvra 60

/3ov\a<$ (3ov\eveiv /caOapa xpo'l e'l^a
TreVre Se rot, <$>i\oi vies evl /JLeydpois
ol Sv* oTTf/oz/re?, rpels S' rjiOeoi
o/ S' alel eOe\ov<ji veo7r\vra et/xar*
e? xP p epx '@ al ' ' r ^ ^' ^M^ <^/>ei/l Trvra yice^Xe^. 65

co? e^>ar' aifSero 7^/0 6a\epov ydfjiov e
TTdTpl 0t \a). 6 Se irdvra voei /cal a/jLeiftero
"oure rot tffjiidvcov <f)0ove'co, re'/co?, cure rev d\\ov.

rot S/^we? e<t>07r\ia(rovcriv aTnjvrjv
7]V ev/cvK\ov, vTreprepirj apapvtav." 70

co? elirwv Sfjicoecrcrtv e/ce/cXero, rot Se TriOovro.
ol iiev ap* efcrbs d^a^av evrpoxov rjfjuovei'rjv
coVXeoz/, rjfMovovs 0* VTrayov %ev%dv 0* VTT* aTnjvp-
/covpTj S* etc Oa\dfJLOio <f>epev ecr^ra $aivr}V.
teal rr)v fjiev Karedrjicev ev^ecrrw evr' aTrrjvr], 75



ODYSSEY VI.

8' ev /clary Ti0t, fjievoei/ce'
v, ev 8 s o^ra riOei, ev 8* olvov
ev alje(a)' /covprj 8' eTrefttja-er a

va fy ev \rj/cv0a) vypbv \aiov,
^urXcocratTO crvv a/A^tTroXoter* <yvvai%lv.
7; 8* e'Xa/3ei> pdo-Tiya /cat f}vla o-tya\oVTa,
/jida-n^ev 8* e\dav /cava^rj 8* fy tffudvouv.
al 8' a/Jiorov ravvovTo, fyepov 8' eo-fffjra KOI avrrfv,
ov/c ofyv, afia rfj y /ecu a^(7ro\oi KIOV a\\ai.
al 8' ore Srj Trorafjioio poov 7repiKa\\ y I/COVTO,

V6* Tj TOL 7T\Wol f)(TaV 7T7]TaVOl^ TTOXu 8* vSo)p

KdKov vTretcTrpdpeev pdXa irep pwiroGnvra tcaOfjpat,,
ev0 9 at 7' 77/uoVou5 fjiev V7rtc7rp0\v<rav ctTr
KOI ra? fjiev vevav iroTapov Trdpa Sivtfevra
rpd)fyeiv aypcoa-Tiv jjL\ir)Sea ral 8* air a
f L/jLara ^epalv e\ovro /cal eafyopeov peXav vScop,
o-relfiov 8' ev ftoQpoLcn ^ow? epiSa Trpo^epovaai.
avrap eml 7r\vvdv re /cdOrjpdv re pvTra iravra,
Treracrav Trapa 6lv aXo?, r)X L M^Xto-ra
rl %pcrov a7ro7r\vve<TK 0d\acrara.
al 8e Xoea-crd/jievai /cal ^piad^evai XtV eXeua>



8' r)e\loio fjievov repay pevai avjfj.
aurap ejrel airov rdp(f>0ev S/AWCU re fcal avTrj,

liprj ral 8* ap* eirai^ov CLTTO /cprfSe/Jiva /3a\ov(Tai * 100

8e Navcn/cda \evicd>\evo
o r irj 8* v Apre/At9 elai tear ovpea
rj /cara Trjvyerov Trepi^icerov fj ']



ODYSSEY VI,

\
h-epTTOpevrj tcdrcpQicn /cal wKeirp e\d<f)0icnv

fj 8e 0* dpa vvpcfrai,, fcovpai, Aw al r yid r )(oio, 105

ypovopoi rrai^ovai, yeyrj0e 8e re <f>peva ATJTCO*
aadcov 8' vrrep fj ye /cdprj e^ei 778"
I field r apiyvwrr) rre\erai, fca\al Se re
/ JM5 f) 7' ap(f)t7rd\otcn pererrperre rrapOevos al
f l\ aXX' ore Srj ap* e/^eXXe rraKiv ol/cdvSe veecrBai 110 j

z re elpara /ca\d,



evorjae

J? 'OSuaeu? eypoiro iSoi r evcoTTiSa fcovprjv,
7 ol t&aitj/ccov avSpcSv rcoKiv qytfcrairo.

erceir eppitye per ap<l)irro\ov /3aa(\eia - 115
apapre, ftaQeir) 8* ep/3a\e Swy

\ ku 8' errl pa/cpbv avaav o 8* eypero 8to? 'OSucrcrew,
/ ( *

^ %6pevo<; 8* wppaive Kara fypeva Kal Kara Ovpov

'{ , r co poi 706, recoz/ a5re ftporwv e? yalav wavco;

{ ,{[ri p* 01 7' vftpurraC re Kal ayptot, ou8e 8//catoi, 120

^776 $i,\6j*eivoi Kai crcfriv 1/005 ecrrt 0eov$tf$ ;

v/co5 re /i Kovpdcov ap<f)rj\v0e 0r}\v<; aiirif)

Mr , ' * >, , ^ / > x

( | [vvpfyaatv, ai e%ovcr opewv airceiva /caprjva
al/cal 7r?77a5 rrorapwv Kal rriaea Troiijevra.]

fj vv TTOV avOp&rrtov el pi o"%eSbv avSqevrcov. 125

aXX' ay\ eycov avrbs rreipriaopai ^Se HScopai."
5 eijrcov 0dpvo)v vjreSvcrero So5 5 OSuo~o~ei55,
efc rcVKivri? 8* v\rj$ rrropOov K\dcre
</>uXXa)z/, co5 pvaairo rrepl xpol ptf&e
ySr) 8' Ipev c?5 re Xecoz/ opeGirpofyos a\Ki rrerroiOdt^y 130
05 r' el(7* vopevos Kal aripevos, ev 8e ol oacre



6 ODYSSEY VI.

Satmctf avrap 6 fiova-l fjierep^erat rj bie<r<TLv

??e per* ayporepas eXdfovs /ceXercu 8e e

fji,rj\G)v TreiptfaovTa /cal e? TTVKLVOV Sopov

afr 'O8uo-crei;9 Kovprjcnv V7r\o/cdfjiOLo-iv epeKXev 135

Trep (i>v %/?et&) jap i/cavev.
avrycri

Tpecrcrav S J a\\vSi

olrj 8' *A.\Kt,v6ov ffvydrrjp peve' ry jap
Odpcros evl cfrpecrl ffrj/ce /cal e/c Seo? etXero <yviu>v. HO
<JTT} 8' avra a^o^evr] 6 8e fJiep^pi
97 ryovvcov Xicraoiro \a/3a)v evci)7ri$a
rj aiira)? eTreeacnv aTrocrraSa ptCKtiy^
\(<r<roiT, el Set^ete ITQ\IV /cal eifiara 80/77.
aT? apa ot <f)poveovri Sodacraro /cepSiov elvai, 145

\io-o-ea-0ai eireeaa-LV aTroaraSa fttXlg&fcrii',
/AT; ot <yovva \aj3dvri ^oXwcrairo typeva /covprj.
avri/ca /jLeiXfyiov /cal /cepSaXeov fydro pvOov.
"ryovvov/Jiai ae, avaacra- 0eos vv rt?, r; /Bporos eaai;
el pew Tt9 0eo9 ecro-^, rot ovpavbv evpvv e^owM, 150
'AprdfuSt <re eyd) 76, Aw /covprj fjLe<yd\oio,
eI8o9 re /zeye#o9 re 0vr;z/ r' ay^Lara eia/cco
el 8e Ti9 eo-o-t ySporcSi/, o? ?rl %0ovl vaierdovcriv,
r/3t9 pd/capes pev aoi ye Trarrjp /cal Trorma /ArJTrjp,

8e /ca(ri<yvr)TOi /Jid\a TTOV crfyia-t, Bvpos 155

laiverai ewe/ca <relo,
roiovSe 6d\o<$ xPv ^Iffo^vevaav.
icelvos 8* aS Trepl fcrjpt, fjia/cdpraros e%o%ov
09 ice v eeSvoiai y9pt<ra9 oI/co^S* a<yd<yr)Tai.





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ov yap 7TG) rofcoVSe iSov ftporbv b$6a\fJiol(nv, 160

OUT' avSp* ovre jvval/ca cre/3a$ p e^efc elo-opdcovra.

A^Xfc) 8?7 7TOT6 TOIOV 'ATToXXw^O

<f)OiVL/co<> veov epvos avep^o^evov

rf\6ov jap /cal /eeZcre, TTO\V<> Se JJLOL ecrTrero Xao?,

T^ oSoV 17 8?) fJL\\ev efjiol Ka/ca /c^Se*

09 8* aiircw? /cal Kelvo ISoov eTeOr^irea

8^, evret 01; TTW rolov avrfKvdev e/c Sdpv yatr;9,

cJ? ere, fyvvai, dya/JLai re reOrjTrd re, 8et8ta 8*

ryovvcov a^aaOat, ' ^aXeTroz/ 8e //-e TreV^o? l/cdvei.

'XOi^bs eeiKOcrrS) (frvyov tf/jiaTi oivoTra TTOVTQV

rd<f)pa 8e /i* atet fcvfAa (frdpei icpanrvai re ^veXX

vrjcrov CLTT 'Q'yvyiTjstj^ vvv 8' evOdSe /ca/A/3aXe

oc^p' ert TTOU /cat r^Se irdda) /ca/cdv ov jap oico

7ravo-ea6\ aXX' en TroXXa ^eot re\ovcn 7rdpoi0ev.

aXXa, avacr(T\ e\eaipe ere 7ap /ca:a TroXXa

e? 7rp(i)T7]V l/cd/jirjv, rwv 8' d\\cov ov nva olSa

dvOpcoTTcov 01 Tr\v 8e TroKiv /cal jalav e^ovcnv.

d(TTV 8e /ZOA 8et^o^, 809 8e /5a/co9 a//,<^/3aXeV&u,

e? r( TTOV etXv/jLa (nreipwv e^9 evOdS* lovcra.

crol 8e #eot rocra 80 ?e^ 6Va <ppecrl crycn ^evoiva?,

dvSpa re /cat oZ/eoz>, /cal opocfrpoo-vvriv oTrdcreiav

ea0\r)V ov pev jap rov je /cpeiaaov /cal apeiov,

r) o0 y bpofypoveovTe vor^JLaaiv ol/cov

avrjp rjSe jvvtf TroXX' d\jea

XapjjLara 8' ev/JLeveTrjcri, /zaX^crra Se r' e/c\vov avroi" 18f

TOZ/ 8* aS Naucr^/caa Xetvce6Xez'09 avriov rjvSa*
"$W*, eTrel ovre /ca/ccp ovr afypovi c^corl eot/ca9



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8 ODYSSEY VI.



Zet>9 8* avro9 vepei oKftov *O\vfjL7no<; a

eaOXoLS 77 Se /ca/colo-iv, OTTO)? e0\7]<nv, e/cda-ra)

Kai TTOV a-oi raS' eSoa/ce, ere 8e %prj rer\d^ev /

i/Oi/ 8', evrel rj^ereprfv re rroXiv KOI yaiav l/cdvL$,

ovr ovv eo-Qrjros Sef^creat ovre rev a\\ov

c$v eTreoift l/cerrjv raXaTreipiov avTidaavra.

aarv Se TOI Se^w, epeco 8e roi ovvo^a Xawv.

$ all] /ce? /^ei/ r^8e 7r6\iv KOI yalav e%oucw, 195

et/il 8' 70? dvydrrjp fjLeyaXtfropos 'A.\/civdoi,o,

TOV 8' e/c <&airj/ca)v e^erai /cdpros re /3irj re."

?i pa KOI ajJi^LTToXoioriv evTrT^o/cd/jLOio'L /ceXevaev
" o-rrjre /JLO^ a^iiroKoi ' vrocre favyere ^>wra iSovaat,;
rj fjirj TTOV Tiva Svcrfjievecov tfrdaO' epfJievai, av?>pu>vj^ 200
ov/c eaO* OUTO? avrjp Siepbs ySporo?, ouSe yevrjTcu,,
09 tfez' <I>at7;/cft)z/ avSp&v e9 yaiav ItcyTQA
Srjiorrjra cfrepcov * /iaXa 7^ fyi\oi aOavdroicriv.
ol/ceofjiev 8' cnrdvevOe 7ro\v/c\vcrra) evl TTOVTO),
e'cr^aroj, ou8e r^9 ayL6//.6 ftporwv eTrifJiia-^eTai a\\09. 205
aXX' o8e w SvaTrjvo^ aXa>/xe^o9 ez^^aS' l/cdvei,,
rbv vvv %prj /co/Jieeiv 77/009 7ap A^09 etcr^z^ airavTes
%elvoi re 7TTco%o{ re, 8ocrt9 8' o\(yrj re </>tX?7 re.
aXXa 8oV, a/Ji<f)i7ro\oi,, %eivu> ftpwcriv re iroaiv re,
\ovo-are r ev Trora/xa), o^' evrl cr/c67ra9 eW ave/Jioio." 210

W9 (f>aO\ al 8' ecrrav re /cat aXX^X^o^ Ke\ev<rav,
/caS 8' ap' 'O8UCTO-7}' elo-az^ evrl cr/ce7ra9, <9 e/ceXevcrev
Nauo-t/caa, Ovydrrjp fjLeydXrjropos 'A\/avdoio
Trap 8* a/oa ot 0a/oo9 re ^iroyvd re el par eOrj/cav,

8e XP vcr ^ ev X?7/cv0<i> vypbv e\aiov, 215



ODYSSEY VI.



rjvcoyov 8* apa JJLLV \ova6ai Trora/Jiolo pofjaw.
Srj pa TOT a^L7r6\oi(n fieTrjvSa 09 J OSu<7crev
OVTCO aTTOTrpoBev, o<f>p y eyco



, rj yap Srjpbv a?ro %/aoo9 ICTTLV aXoicfrij. 220
8* OVK av eyeo ye \oeacro pat, alSeo/Jiai yap

tcovprjaiv ev7r\OKd/jLot,cri, /^ereX^coz/."
\ al 8' arcdvevBev laav, eiTrov S' a/?a /covprj.
6 e/c TTOTa/Jiov XP a v ^' ro ^^? 'OSfcrcrei'9
jv, fj ol vwTa teal evpeas a/jLTre^ev a>/40f9, 225

e/c K$a\ris S J ea^^ev aXo9 ^voov aTpvyeTOio.
avTaL7rel Srj TCCUVTCL Xoecrcraro /cat Xnr' a'Xen/rez',
a/>tc/>t 8e eipaTa eo-aaO', a ol Trope TrapOevos aS/x^,
TOV fjiev 9 A.0r)va(i) dfj/cev Ato9 etcyeyavla
fjLei^ovd T elcr&eeiv fcal Trdcraova, /caS Se /cdprjTOS 230
ovXa9 rj/ce fco/jias, va/civ0iV(j) avOei o/Jioias.
ft)9 S* ore r^9 %pvcrbv rrepi^eveTai apyvpw avrjp
S, ov f/ H(/)atcrT09 SeSaev /cal IIaXXa9 'ABrjvr)

TravToirjv, ^apCevTa Se epya Te\eiei,
apa TW fcaTe^eve x^P iV Ke^>a\rj re /cal W/JLOLS. 235



xd\\ei /cal ^dpicri crrtX/5a)i/ * OrjelTO Se /covprj.

ST; pa TOT' a^L7r6\OLcnv evTrXo/cd/jioicn /JLeTrjvS

u /cXOTe //,ef, a/jL(f)i7ro\ot \ev/cco\evoi^ ocf)pa TL

ou TrdvTcov ae/cr]TL Bewv, ot "O\v/ji7rov e^ovariv, 240

t&anj/cecrcr' oS* a^p eTTi/AicryeTaL avTiOeoicrw

Trpo&Oev jj,ev yap Srj pot, aei/c\ios SeW elvai,

vvv Se Oeolo-iv ecu/ee, Tot ovpavov evpvv



10 ODYSSEY VI.

at yap e/Jiol roioor&e TT 00-49 /ce/c\7] /JLCVOS eirj

evddSe vaierdwv, /ca( ol dSoi avroffi pipveiv. 245

aXXa SOT', a/i</7roXo, %eivu> ftpaxriv re TTOCTLV re."

(09 <j>a0\ al 8* dpa TT)? /Jid\a /JLCV K\VQV rjSe Tridovro,
Trap S* dp 9 'QSvcrarji, edeaav ftp&criv re TTOCTIV re.
rj rot 6 Trive KOI fjaffe TToXiyrXa? 8^09 'OSfcrcrew
dp7ra\ea)$ Srjpbv <yap eSrjrvos rjev a7rao~ro9. 250

avrap Navcrifcda Xef/ca)Xe^09 aXX*
eYfJWLT dpa TTTvga&a riOei /ca\i]$ ITT" d
evj;v S* rtfjiiovovs KpaTep&vvxas, av 8' eftrj avrij,
wrpvvev 8' 'OSvafja, e?ro9 r' ec^ar' e/c r ovojjLa&v
"opcreo Srj vvv, %elve, TroXiz/S* Ipev, S(f>pa o~e Tre/A^ra) 255
Trar/309 e/xoO 7rpo9 8co/xa 8aif</>/?o^o9, eV^a o-e <^?;/it
Trdvrcov <&aiij/ccov elSrja-ejjiev Scrvoi dpiaTOi.
aXXa fjid\ J cSS* epSeiv, So/ceeis Se IJLOL ov/c a r invvcra'eiv.
o(f)p' av /ACTS K d<ypovs lofiev ical epy* av9pu>7r<dv,
ro(ppa <rvv d/Ji(pL7ro\oLO'C ped* rj^iovov^ /cal d/Jia^av 260
/cap7ra\(}JLa>s ep^eaOai ' <yco 8* 6Sbv rj^/e^ovevo'a).
avrdp 7rrjv ?roXto9 eTTifteioiJLev, rjv Trepi Trvpyos
1/^77X09, /caXo9 8e \i/Ar)V e/cdrepOe 770X7709,
XeTTT?) 8' eurfflftij" 1/7769 8* 6Soz^ ap$ie\icFcrai
elpvarai iracnv yap eTrlariov ecrnv etcdcrTq). 265

ev6a Be re <T<f> dyoprj /ca\bv Troo-iStfiov a/i</>/9,
pvrolcTiv \de<rcn KaroDpv^eea-a^ dpapvta.
evda 8e vrjwv o?rXa fJL\aivdcov dXeyovcriv,
Treicrfjiara /cal (nreipa, /cal aTro^vvovaLV eperfJid.
ov yap <&airj/ccrcn pe\i y8to9 ouSe <f>apTprj, 270

aXX* iGTol teal eper^a vewv fcal vrjes eicrat,,



ODYSSEY VI. 11



ayaXXo/Jievoi 7ro\irjv Trepocoai

aXeetVo) <>r)/uz> aSev/cea, JJMJ ns OT

/Jid\a 8* elalv V7rep(f)(a\oi Kara
Kai vv TLS (SB* ecTrrjcrt /ca/ccbrepos aim/3oX?7<ja9 275

'Tt9 8' oSe Nafcrt/caa evrerai /caXo? T /ieya? re
%elvos ; TTOV Se JJLLV evpe; Trocrt? z^u ot eGcrercn, avrfj.
?] TWO, TTOV 7r\a<y%OevTa /cofiio-craro 179 a?ro 1/7709
avSpwv TrjXeSdTrwv, ejrel ov rives eyyvQev eitriv
rj r/9 ot ev^a/JievTj TroXvdprjros debs ?i\6ev 280

ovpavodev /caTaftds, e^ei Se fiiv rjfjLara Trdvra.
fieXrepov, el fcavrrj Trep eTroi^ofJievr] irocriv evpev
a\\odev - rj jap roucrSe 7* &ripd%l Kara Srjuov
<&airj/ca<>i TOI ^iv /JLvavrai 7ro\e9 re KOI l<rff\Qi.'
W9 epeovo-iv, efjiol 8e K ovetSea ravra ryevoiTO. 285

Kal 8' a\X?7 ve/jie<rc3, fj ns roiavrd 76 peoi,
rj r aefcrjrt, <j)i\Q)v, Trarpbs KOI p^rpos eovrcov,
avSpdai fjLicryqrai irpiv 7' ajAffrdSioi ydfAOV e\0eiv.
%elve, av 8' oo/c epedev %vv(ei e?ro9, o<f>pa ra^icrra
TTOfJLTrrjs Kal VOCTTOIO TV^rjs 7rapa Trarpbs efiolo. 290

8776^9 a<y\abv aX(709 'Afftfvifi a<y%i, fce\ev0ov
alyeipcov ev 8e /cprjvrj vdet,, afjifyl 8e
ev0a 8e Trar/309 C/JLOV re^evos re0a\vld r
rocrcrov airo TTTO\IOS oacrov re yey&ve /3o
ev0a Ka0eo/JLevo<; jjieivai ^povov, els o /cev rj^iels 295
aaTuSe \0c0/jLev Kal LK(x)/jLe0a ScDfiara Trarpos.
avrap ejrrjv qjjieas \7rrj Trorl Sco/iar* a<^lj(jda^
Kal rore <&at,r)K(0v Ipev es iro\iv 778* epeeaBai
Trarpbs eaov fJLeyaXrjropos *A\Kivooi,o.



12 ODYSSEY VI.



pela 8' apiyvcor* eari, /cat av Trdis yytjo-cuTO 300

vrJTrios ov /Jiev yap TL eoi/cora rolai rerv/crat
Scofiara <&airj/ccov, olo? 80/1,09 'A\/civ6oio
tfpcoos. aXX' oVoV av ere SO/JLOL /ce/cvdcoo-i /cal av\tf,
(Sfca jjbd\a fieydpOLO Si,e\0/JLev, ofyp av f t/crjat

efJLrjv 77 8' ^arai evr' ea^dprj ev irvpos avyfj, 305


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