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Schol. Theokr. VII. 103, 'O/xoXas 8e erraXias opos, ws v
Kat 'ApioTo'S?7/xos o e 77/3atos, ev ols to-ropei Trept Trjs eopr/Js TCOV
e O/xoXa>iW, /cat UtvSapos ev rots



91.

Schol. Find. Isth. I. 21, 'lo'Xaos Se -rjv 'Hpa/cXeovs rjvio
aXX' eupTy/xara Ilti/Sapou ev 'YTrop^/xacrti/, cJs Kal evp^/xa Kacrro-
po?, ajs avros Xeyet. Bockh, ap/xara Se avroi) evp7y/xa /caret ra
IltvSapou KrX.

92. [81.] = B 4 115.

Schol. Find. 01. XIII. 25, 'O IltVSapos Se eV /xei/ rots '
/xacrtv ev Na^a) ^>7yo~tv evprjOrjvai Trpwroi/ [email protected]/3ov.

*93. 94. [82] = B 4 116. 117.

'O MotcraYera? yu,e Ka\el

*

c5 K\vra QepaTrovTa Aaroc.



* *

*



VIII.
ErKfiMIA.

0HPONI AKPArANTINOt. 95. 96.

95. [83.]=B 4 118.



* 96. [84.] = B 4 119.
'Ez/ Se < T*6$ov.../caT(*)fct,(T6v .........

93, 94. Hephaest. p. 78 (46). read iraidevvw.

Examples of Pindaric hendecasyl- 96. Schol. 01. n. 16. From the

lables. same enkomion as Frag. 95.

95. Schol. 01. n. 16. MSS. 96. 1. w.] V. I. <Lv.



FRAGMENTS.



219



fiev Sew// dOavarois dve^ovres,
ecnrero S' devdov TT\OVTOV z/e<o9.

AAEHANAPOt AMYNTA 97. 98.
97. [85.]=B 4 120.



Tra

* 98. [86.]=B 4 121.
..... TlpeTrei &' ecr\olcriv
TOVTO yap ddavdroi? rivals Trori^avet, JJLOVOV
Ovdcricei Se criyadev KCL\OV epyov.

IX.

2KOAIA.
HENO^ONTI KOPINm t .



99.



= B 4 122.



Tlo\vevai



96. 2. Cf. Pyth. xn. 2.
96. 3. For the theme cf. 01. in.
39, 40.

96. 4. ?/e0os.] Apparently sug-
gested by the shower of gold at
Ehodes, cf. Isth. vi. 5 note.

97. Schol. Nem. vu. 1, Didn
Chrysost. Oral. n. p. 25 (Vol. i. 28,
ed. Emper).

98. Dion. Hal. de Vi Die. De-
mosth. c. 26. From the same en-
komion as Frag. 97.

98. 1. For sentiment cf. Nem.
in. 29.

98. 2. TTori^auet.] Cf. Pyth. ix.
120, Isth. in. 29.

98.3. Cf. Nem. iv. 6, Isth. m. 58.

d (nyadev.] So Barnes. MSS.
5' eiriraOev. Sylburg, Bockh, e?rt-



99. Athnaeos, xm. 573 c. Part
of a skolion performed at the
temple of 'A^podLrr} Qvpavia. when
Xenophdn of Korinth offered a
sacrifice before competing for the
Olympian games, and according to
Korinthian custom engaged a num-
ber of ercupcu, iepbdovXoi to attend
the ceremony. Such iep65ov\oi are
still found in connection with tem-
pies in India. The skolia of Pin-
dar seem to have differed from
ordinary drinking songs in being
choric, or at least accompanied by
a choric dance, executed in this
case by 100 erdipai.

99. 1. RoXv&vai.] For this
feminine cf. Nem. in. 2.



220 PINDARI CARMINA.

Hei()ov$ eV dc



aire ra? ^Xwpa? \i/3dvov %av6d Sd/cprj

e, 7ro\\dici fjiarep* eptorwv ovpaviav nrrd



v/uv dvevO* aTrayopla?

co TraZSe?, epareivals ev ev



diro
<TVV S' dvdy/ca Trap Ka\6v



a\\d



%vvdopov



, ri pe \e%ovrt,
vbe p,e\i<f)povos dp^dv evpofjuevov &/eo\lov



ov /caOapa



BecrTTOiva, rebv Sevr e?
15 <j)op/3d$a)v Kopdv dyeXav efcaroyyvLOv Be



re-



99. 5. wiy/xa.] ' Soaring in soul.'
Cf. Soph. Aiax, 693.

Trorrclj/.] The poet seems to
adopt the dialect of Korinth. Cf.
01. xni. 3 note^ft.

99.6. avevtf dTT.] So Bergk or
eirayopias. Bockh, VJUL/ULLV dV dvuQev
dTT. The goddess is wont to make
no excuse for allowing you &c. ;
i.e. she deems it proper.

99. 8. wpas KapTTov.} Cf. Pyth.



ix. 37, Nem. vm. 1.

d7r^.,,p^7r.] Tmesis. Causative
middle.

99. 9. The constraint is the en-
thusiasm excited by the goddess.

5'.] 'For.'

99, 13. 5t5da y ttez'. ] Frequenta-
tive aorist. * We prove.'

99. 15. Ka.royymov.} Here yvtov
probably means the whole body, as
in Nem. vii. 73, ix. 24.



FRAGMENTS. 221



TENEAIOt.

* 100. [88.]=B 4 123.

Zrp.
Xpfjv pev Kara rcaipov eptorav Spe7re<rQai t ffufie, airv



Spa/eel?

09/1,77 TroOo) Kvpaiverat, eg d^
f) aiSdpov K%d\KVTai, fie\aivav fcapSlav

'Az/r.
5 tyvxpa faoyl, 777)09 S' 'A^poSiTas dTt,p,a<r6e\<$ e\iKo-

/3\6<f)dpOV

fj Trepl ^prj^adi fJLo^di^ei /S^a/ft>9, r) <yvvaiK&l<p Opdaet,
\&VXf<h>\ ^opelrai Traaav 6Sov OepdTrevwv.
aXX' eyob racrS' e/can KTjpo? 0)9 Sa^Oel^ e\a

'E7T.
Ipdv fJLe\icrcrdv rd/co/MM, evr dv iSco

' rf Q

69 r)pav

10 eV 8' dpa Kal Tez^eSw ITe^^co r' evaiev
KOL Xa^9 viov



100. Athdn. xin. p. 601 c. For Pindaric dative with Oepairevuv, * in

Theoxenos cf. 0. and P. p. xv. attendance on bold-faced women.'

100. 1. Cf. Frag. 104. 100. 7. tvxpdv.] Probably cor-

100. 2. fMpiMpvfalffas.] Edd. rupted by the proximity of ^%/>a,

fjLap/j.apLf., but one MS. gives text, v. 5.

for which cf. /^a/xapirp}. 100. 8. rao-5' &CCITI.] MSS. 5'

100. 4. ^Xaivav.} Cf. Aristoph. e/cart. Bergk ?ras S^art. ' By the

Ranae, 470. influence of AphroditeV

100. 5. ^vxpa.] Oxymoron and 2Xa ] Ipdv.] Bergk. MSS. eXeypav

causative use ; 'chilling.' (e\Kpdi>). But ipav [jL\i(r<rav (MSS.

100.6. /Stcuws.] 'Unnaturally,' ^Xicro-av) is out of order. Qy. epyov

cf. Plato, Tim. p. 64 D, Aristot. /j,e\KT<rav ?

JBtft. zYicom. i. 5. 8. 100. 9. es.] Cf. Frag. 53. 1.

it).] Either alter to yvvai- 100.10, 11. Qy. IIet0u;...Xapu/

aos or take the text as a vios?



222 PINDARI CARMINA.

PASYBOYAOi AKPArANTINOi.

101. [89. 94] = B 4 124.

*fl pacrv/3ov\\ eparav o^rjfju doi&av

TOVTO TOL Tre/JLTTCo fJiTa$6p7riov' ev %vvcp /cev eirj

TroraLG-iv re <y\vicepov
teal kiwvvvoio /capTTG) /cal KvKiKeo-crLv 'AOavalcuat,

Kevrpov'

# *

*

SeiTrvov Se \iyyovTos yXv/cv rpwyakiov
5 KdiTrep TreS' a<f)6ovov fiopdv.

IEPONI ^YPAKOSlOt. 102. 103.

102. [91.]=B 4 125.

T6v pa TepTrav&pos 7ro0' 6 Aecr/3^09 elpev
ev SeiTTVoicri



/covcov

* 103. [92.] = B 4 126.

MT;?' d/juavpov reptyiv ev piaf TTO\V roc
fyepTia-rov avbpl repTrvo? alwv.

101. Ath^naeos, xi. p. 480 c, 102. Ath6n. xiv. 635 D.

xiv. p, 641 B. Bockh thinks that 102. 1. TOJ>.] The pdppLros or

this skolion was sung at a feast in pdyadis.

celebration of a Panathenaic vie- 102.3. disrtyOoyyov.] 'Of opposite

tory, perhaps that mentioned Isth. sound.' Terpander, oppressed by

ii. 19. the shrillness of the TnjKrls, con-

101. 2. ev w.] *At once.' ceived the idea of the deep-toned

101. 3. 'A#aj>cucu<n.] The best /3a/)/3iro$. For this sense of v\f/r)\os

kind of kylix was manufactured in cf. ui/'60an/os.

Attica. F. Blass, Mus. Ehen. xix. 103. Ath^n. xii. 512 D. From

306, makes aoidav, efy, Kap-rry the a poem in praise of Hiero of Syra-

ends of the lines of a three-lined kuse. Bockh refers it to the sko-

strophe, and joins on to this frag- lion, whence comes Frag. 102.
ment Frag. 203.



FRAGMENTS. 223

* 104. [236.] = B 4 127.
Kal epdv /cal epwn ^api^ecrOai Kara Kaipbv






rj TTpeo-ftvTepav apiOjJuov Slave, Ovpe, irpafyv.
105. [90.] =B 4 128.



r cpoicrcw epoorcov,
b(f)pa crvv Xty&apo) fjuedvcov 'Ayddcovl re Ka\q>
Korra/Bov.

X.

PHNOI.

* 106. 107. [95.] = B 4 129, 130.



TOV v. VVKTCi

Kara),

<f>oiviKop6SoL$ 8' evl Xe^/icoz/ecrcr^ Trpodcrnov CUVT&V
/cal \iftdvG) aKiapov KOL ^pvcriois /capTroh

Kal Tol JJLGV ITTTTOl,? ryVjJLVaCTlOiS T, Tol S

5 rol Se (pop/jLiyyeo'cn, Tepirovrai, irapd Se G^KTIV i>-

avdr}<$ air as reOa\ev o\/3o9*
oSfjid S' eparov /card ^wpov K&varai
alel 6va /JLLJVVVTCOV irvpl Trj\e<f)avel Travrola



104. Ath6n. xin. 601 c. Cf. comparing Polyb. xxix. 1.

Frag. 100. 1. 106, 107, 108. Plutarch. Cons.

104. 1. ei'r?.] Cf. Isth. i. 64. adApoll. c. 35, de Occulto Viv. c. 7

fyuTi.] Bergk conjectured epuaw, (<jKv6l- for <?Kiep-).

and o at the end of the verse, re- 106. 1. Contrast 01. n. 61, where

ferring it to Frag. 100. the vernal equinox is perpetual.

104. 2. 'Do not pursue amours Perhaps the poet could have recon-
when older than the (natural) tale ciled the two statements.

(of years).' For construction cf. 106. 3. (naapov.] Hermann.

Isth. in. 31. Bockh <r/aa/>.

TrpSi&v.] See L. and S. s.v. n. 3. 106. 7. fuyv^vruv.] ' Since they

105. Ath. x. 427 D. are ever mingling.' Cf. Pyth. vin.
105. 2. Xt/xapy.] MSS. %et^ct- 43, 85.

py, Bockh x e ^PPV- Text, Bergk



224



PINDARI CARMINA.



evOev rov aireipov epevyovrai CTKOTOV



108. [96.]=B 4 131.

'OX/3/a S' aTravre? alcrq \vcri7rovov Te\evrdv.
Kal cra)f*a fiev Trdvrcov eirerai Oavarw Trepicrdevel,
c0ov S* en \eL7reraL aloovos e^ScoXo^' TO yap ecm

JJLOVOV

K Oecuv' evSei Se TrpacrGOVToav p,e\ewv, drdp evoov-

Tecrcriv ev TroXXofc oveipois
5 ^eiKWcri TepTTvSv effzepTTOKrav ^aXeTrooz/ Te Kpicnv.

* 109. [97.] = B 4 132.

S> ' O ' f

acrepecdv vi

ev aXyecri



V7TO



evcrefSewv S' eirovpavioi vaioicrai
5 /^o\7ra?5 fjidtcapa fAeyav aeL^ovr ev



107. Metre of vv. 6, 7 of 106.
/3\7?XpoL] * Sluggish.' Cf. Hor.

Od. ii. 14, 17, visendus ater flumine
languido \ Cocytus.

108. From another threnos,
Plut. Vit. Eom. c. 28.

108. 1. \vffiirov oi>.] After this
word Bockh inserts f^eraviaaovraL.

108.4. TTpao-ffovTW.] Cf. Nem.
i. 26. For sentiment cf. Aesch.
Eum. 104, evdovffa yap (frprjv 6fJL^a<nv
XafJLTT pvveraL, Cic. Div. I. 30. Pin-
dar attached great importance to
dreams (Pausan. ix. 23). These
views as to the future state are
probably due to Heraklitos or Py-
thagoras.

108. 5. Eeveal the (correct) judg-
ment which will be held in the
future state as to things pleasant
and painful.

109. Theoddretos, Gr. Affect.



Curatio, vm. p. 599 c ; Clemens
Alex. Strom, ix. p. 640, 22. Dissen
suspects the genuineness of this
fragment. Prof. Seymour however
shows that the sentiments, if not
found elsewhere in Pindar, are
classical, by quoting Plato, Phaed.
81 c, 77 TOLavfrj ^vxn papvverai re
/cat ^X/cerae els rov oparbv^Towov...
irepl ra fjiv^fjivard re Kal rous rd<f)ovs



at irepi TO. roLavra avayKafrvTaL 7r\a~
vaadai 8LKr)j> rivovaai r^s Trportpas
rpo0^s /ca/c^s ouV^s, and the epigram
on those who fell at Potidaea (Corp.
Inscr. Att. 442), aldyp ^v ^vxas
urreS^aro, (rc6/xara d xOuv, and
Epicharmos (Plut. ConsoL ad Apoll.
15), yd (JLCV els yav, irveu/jLa 5 1 avu.

109.2. yaia.] Locative, cf. Nem.
x. 35.

109. 5. paKapa.] This use of




OP

225



FRAGMENTS.

u '

* 110. [98.] = B 4 133.
OLCTL Be t&epcrecfrova iroivdv ira\aiov Tre
Be^erai, e'9 TOV virepOev a\iov Kelvwv evdra) erel
dvBiBol / \^rf^a9 7rd\iv,
etc TCLV /3acn\7Je$ dyavol KOI a6eveL Kpanrvol dofyiq

re /jLeyicrroi,
5 dvBpes av<~ovr' 6*9 Be rov \OITTOV %povov r]pa>e<$ dyvol



111. [99.] = B 4 134.



ov/c ecmv o\/3os.

112. [100.] = B 4 135.

Tle(f)i> Be rpels KOI Bex civBpas ' reTpdrq) S' avros Tre-
BdO?].

* 113. [101.] = B 4 136.

Aristid. l. 130: 'E^e'/D^erou ju,ot TO TOV ILwSdpov Trpoa-Qtivai
"Acrrpa re KCU Trora/xot Kat Kv/xara TTOVTOV TYJV awptaj/ rrjv
o"rjv ava/caAet.

* 114. [102.] = B 4 137.

ocrrf-9 IBcibv Kelv eZcr' VTTO 'XJSov ' olBe pev /3/ou



olBev Be BioaBorov dp^dv.

the singular =dt6i>, is overlooked by
L. and S.

110. Plato, Heno, p. 81 B.

110. 1. olffi.] Cf. 01. xm. 29,
Pyth. iv. 21, 37.

iroivdv.} Cf. II. ix. 633.

irtvdeos.] Euphemistic for d/*a/>-
rtas.

110. 2. emry.] The reference
has been thought to be to the exile
of a homicide.

110. 3, 4. MSS. tyvxa>v...T&v.

111. Stobaeos, Floril. cm. 6
(Serm. CCXLIX. p. 821, Weckel).

F. II.



6'X^os.] Vulg. 6'X/3iof. Cf. Nem.
viu. 17.

112. Scholl. 01. i. 127, II. x.
252.

ireddeT).] Frag. 116. 8.

114. Clemens Alex. Strom, in.
518. On an Athenian who had
been initiated at Eleusis. Bergk
suggests Hippokrates.

/ceo*' eTcr'.] MSS. eK?va KOLVO. els.
Bockh, Klva KOI\OV j elcriv.

ptov.] Lobeck piorov, cf. Isth.
m. 23.

15



226



PINDARI CARMINA.



115. [103.] = B 4 138.

Antiatt. in Bekk. An. I. 99, 2: "Hroi OVK ap^ov, aAA'
' IltVSapos p7yi/ots.



116. = B 4 139.

jJLev ^pvcrakaKCLTOv retcewv AaroO? doiSal
&piai Traiav&es' evn ..... eXXo^To? e/cicrv . . crre^avov
e/c $1,0 ........ aio[JLvai' TO Se Kol/jLiG-av rpefc ........



5 a fjiev d'xerav Kivov al\ivov vfj
a 8 ^/juevaiov, ov ev yd/noLcn ^pol^o^evov ....
.... <rvv TTp&TOV \dj3ev,
ea^aroi^ vfjivoicnv ' d 8' 'laXe/zoz^ w/jLO/36\(p vov<rq)

\OTL\ TreSaOevra aOevos,
viov Oldjpov (re, ^pvcrdop* '



TV



XL

E3 AAHAHN EIAHN.

117. [104.] = B 4 140.
earl; TO nrdv.



115. Cf. Nem. vi. 5.

116. Schol. Eurip. Ehes. 892.
The general sense is that paeans
pertain to Apollo and Artemis,
some other form of song to some
other or others, hut threnoi to
three muses; Urania, mother of
Linos ; Terpsichore, mother of Hy-
menaeos ; and Kalliope, mother of
lalemos by Apollo, and of Orpheus
by Oeagros.

116.3. rb 5<?.] 'And again.'
rpeij.] MSS. only give rp. Some
equivalent of Mo?crcu vi&v follows.
116. 6. 6V ev ya/JLoicri.] MSS.



116. 7. MSS. rip irpur \dpev.
^x-, /c.r.X. Pindar alludes either
to the death of Hymenaeos when
singing a nuptial song (Serv. Verg.
Aen. iv. 127) or in ipsis nuptiis in
lecto geniali.

116. 8. tfyto^oAy.] Hermann.



MS. d . . .y.

Tredadtvra.'] MS. Traida Oevroi.

116. 9. The words in brackets
are Bergk's from Schol. II. xv. 256.

'l!7, 118 (to /3/>oroTs). Euseb.
Praep. Ev. xiu. 688 c (13). [Clem.
Alex. Strom, v. 726, ri 6e6s ; o ri TO
TTCLV.]




FRAGMENTS. 227

118. [105.] = B 4 141.
6 ra Trdvra review /Bporols /cal %apii/ doi&a



119. [106.] = B 4 142.
Se Svvarov etc fj,e\aivas

ajjiLavTov opacu, <j>do$,
K\aLve<j)ei Be a/corei Ka\vtyat, KaOapov
a pep as <re\a$.

120. [107.] = B 4 143.
Kelvoi, yap r avoeoi Kal ajrjpaou
TTOVCOV r aireipoi, /3apv/36av



121. [108.] = B 4 144.
Tral



122. [109.] = B 4 145.
eo9 are 7T\eov TL \aywv.

123. [112.] = B 4 146.

Tlvp TTveovros a re icepavvov
Sejfiav Kara %ep<z Trarpos



124. [114.] = B 4 147.



vpow



S'



118. Also Didymos Alex, de
Trin. in. 1, p. 320.

QvTevei.'] Didymos, I. c. 0otrev.

119. Clem. Alex. Strom, v. 708,
Euseb. Praep. Ev. xin. 674 B,
Theod6rt. Gr. Affect. Curatio,vi.
89, 27.

120. Plutarch, de Superst. c. 6,



adv. Stoicos, c. 31.

121. Schol. Aristoph. Equit.
624. Cf. 01. iv. 1 and n. 13.

122. Aristid. i. 11 (8).

123. Schol. II. xxiv. 100 (arep
for d're), Plutarch, Symp. Quaest.
i. 2. 4.

124. Clem. Alex. Strom, i. 383.

152



228 PINDARI CARMINA.

125. [115.] = B 4 148.

crr' dyXa'tas dvdcrcrtov, evpyfydperp* "A7ro\Xoz>.

126. [116.] =B 4 149.

iffq Be Qvarols dyavwraros epfiev.

127. [118.] = B 4 150.
Mai>rei/eo MoZcra, Trpocfrarevcra) ' eyoo.

128. [119.] = B 4 151.
Motcr' dverjKe fie.

129. [266.] = B 4 152.



y\v/cepd)Tpo$ of



130. [125.] = B 4 153.
Se VOJAOV AJ-OZ/UCTO? 7ro\vyadr)s av^dvoi,
dyvov



131. [126.] = B 4 154.



KWirpLcrcrov

edv Be VO/JLOV }Lpr)Ta<$ TrepiSalov.
e/Jiol S' 6\ljov fjiev <yd$ SeSorat, o6ev aSp
TrevOecov S' OVK e\a%ov ovSe crrao-icov.

132. [127.] = B 4 155.

TV S' p$0)V $>l\OS

(rot re, Kaprepoftpovra "KpovlSa, <f)i\os Se

125. Athen. i. 22 B. 131. Plutarch, de ExiZ. c. 9.

126. Pluid<?I^.Deipft.o.2L 131.1. 0iX^e^.] 'Be contented

127. Eustath. 1^. ix. 44. with.'

128. Eustath. II. ix. 40. 131.2. Trepifcuoi'.] 'Around Mt

129. Cram. An. Ox. i. 285, 19. Ida.' Crete was celebrated for Cy-

130. Plutarch, de Is. et Osir. prus-groves, cf. Plato, Legg. p. 625.
c. 35. Perhaps from a skolion.

' Grove,' cf. Frag. 131. 132. Ath6n. v. 191 r.



FEAGMENTS. 229



iia re /JieXcov elrjv^
TOVT airrjiJii ae.



133. [57.] = B 4 156.
' o ^opoirvTros,
ov MaXedyovo? eOpetye Naffio? aKoi



134. [128.] = B 4 157.
*2 raXa? e^a/^epe, vijTria /Sd^eis ^p^ard /JLOL Sia-



135. [129.] = B 4 158.
lepaicri //-eX/crcra9 rep



136. [132.] = B 4 159.
w xpovos a-corrjp

137. =B 4 160.



Se /ca

138. [134.] = B 4 161.
........ Ol fjuev

/carco/cdpa Becr/JLOLai SeSevrai .....

139. = B 4 162.



K\i/jia/c e? ovpavov alirvv.

140. [137.] = B 4 163.



133. Pausan. in. 25, 2. ^w. c. 2.

134. Schol. Aristoph. Nub. 223. 137. Stobaeos, Floril. cxxvi. 2.
Seilenos is addressing the Phrygian 138. Schol. Aristoph. Pac. 153.
youth Olympos. 139. Cramer, An. Ox. i. 201, 14.

135. Schol. Pyth. iv. 104. 140. Apollon. Dysk. de Synt. n.

136. Dionys. Hal. de Orator. 179 (Bekker).



230 PINDAEI CARMINA.

141. [142.] =B 4 164.
761/09 e/c Hep<reos.

142. [146.] =B 4 165.
re/c/jiap al&vos \a%olo-ai.

143. [147.]=B 4 166.

S' eVel <&?)pes Sdev pnrdv fJLe\ca&eo<>
oivov,

6(Tcri;//,eV&)9 curb p,ev \GVKOV jd\a
avrofjiaroi S' e' dpyvpe&v



144. [148.] = B 4 167.
. . 'O Se %\c0pai$ e\draicrt, TfTrel?
o^e^' VTTO yQova Ka^^ei)? cr^/crat? op^a) TroSl



145. [150.] =B 4 168.
fiooov 0p/jud S' et9 dvOpaKidv crrtyav Trvpl 8'
T crco/JLara' KOI TOT" eyco aapfcoov T evoirdv ^S'
QV ftapvv rjv l&ovra SiaKplvat, TroXXo? ev



146. [151.] = B 4 169.



6vaT&v T KOI ddavdrcov

141. AtMn. iv. 154 F. hero devoured a whole ox, bones

142. Plutarch. Aviator, c. 15, and all. To this feat of gluttony
and de Defect. Oracl. c. 11. The the next fragment refers.

subject is Dryads. 145. Athenaeos, x. 411 B. See

143. Ath6n. xi. 476 B. above, and Frag. B 4 111. Cf.

143. 1. j>Lirdv.~\ Cf. Pyth. i. 10, Philostr. Imagg. n. 24. Mr Verrall
my note. proposes to alter TroAXos ev KCU/)

144. Schol. Apoll. Khod. I. 57. XP VOS ^ ^o\\6v ev Kpalpg. xpapos
144.2. Text Bockh. MSS. oi'xerat "the foul mass in the skull."

%. or wxer' els "xjdovci. Kaeneus, one Journal of Philology, Yol. ix. p,

of the Lapithae whose son Kordnos 122.

entertained Hdrakles when that 146. Plato, Gorgias y p. 484 B,



FRAGMENTS. 231

dyv Si/caioov TO fiLaioTarov
vireprdra xetp'fr T/cpalpo/juii

5 Spyourw 'Hpa/cXcW eVet Trjpvbva /3da?
Kv/c\a)7rlo)v ejrl Trpodvpcov EJpucr^eo?
re real aTrptdra^ rj\acrev.



147. [154.] = B 4 170.
Tldvra 6veiv eicarov.

148. [157.] = B 4 171.
. . Kara jjuzv <j>i\a revv errefyvev
0d\\ovra$ tf/3a SvtoSe/c*, avrov Be rpirov.

149. [158.] = B 4 172.

Ov Hr]\eo$ dvriOeov jjbo^6o'i veorar



pep 'AXtCfMjva? vvv vl& Tpooiov dp irebiov,
KOL perd fao-Trjpa? 'A/^afoj/o? fj\9ev y KOI rev 'Id
evSo^ov TT\OOV



ev

150. [160.] = B 4 173.
2<vpiov evpvafy/jiav SieiTrov crrparov.

151. 152. 153. [159. 161. 162.] -B 4 174176.
Pausan. vn. 2, 7 ; I. 2, 1 ; Plut. vit. Thes. c. 28.

Aristides, n. 68, Schol. Nem. ix. 35. 149. Schol. Eurip. Andr. 796.

Cf. Herod, m. 38. Some edd. pre- Text Bockh.

fix Kara 0iW from Gorgias p. 488 B, 150. Strabo, xn. 544.

Legg. iv. 714 D, ib. in. p. 690 B. 151 153. Pindar is reported to

146. 3. Cf. Pyth. n. 17. say that the Amazons founded the

146. 8. avaiT7)Tas. ] Bockh for temple of Artemis of Ephesos on
a.vaipeiT<ti. their expedition against Athens ;

147. Straho, m. 155. that Peirithoos and Theseus car-

148. Schol. II. x. 252. On the ried off AntiopS and that she had a
slaughter by H^rakles of Neleus son Demophdn by Theseus.

and his sons. Cf. Frag. B 4 135.



232 PINDARI OARMINA.

154. 155. 156. 157. 158. [164 168.] = B 4 177179.

TLeTTpwpevav 0rj/ce polpav /JLerarpaTrelv
dvSpocfrOopov, ovSe cnya KareppVTj.

Tpo%ov yu,e\o9* -ral Se 'Kelp&vos evrdKaL
TrapOevov S' e^ dyptav

rarrip' vrf\eel vow S.
7rpocraiT0)v



159. [169.] = B 4 178.



160. [170.] = B 4 179.

8' 'A/jLvdaoviSais 7TOue!\ov



161. [172.] = B 4 180.

MT) ?rpO9 aTravras dvappfj^ai rov d%pelov \6yov'
(70* ore Trio-Tordra (riyds 0809' icevrpov Be
\oyos.



* 162. [174.] = B 4 181.
.../O yap e O'IKOV Trorl fJLWfJiov eiraivos /clpvarat,.

163. [175.] = B 4 182.
iy oT aTrararat fypovrls eT



154 158. Priscian. de Metr. Co- Nem. vm. 15, Isth. in. 61.
mic. p. 248 (Lindemann), quoting 161. Clem. Alex. Strom. I. 345.

Helioddros. Specimens of Pindar's Cf. Nem. v. 17, 18.
treatment of Iambic metre. 161. dxpetov] MSS. dpxcuov.

159. 16. p. 251. Cf. perhaps 162. Schol. Nem. vn. 89.
Pyth. in. 90, Nem. v. 23. 163. ArisliJ. n. 547.

160. Schol. Nem. VIL 116. Cf.



FRAGMENTS. 233



164. [177.] = B 4 183.
f/ O9 AoXoTTO)^ ayaje Opacrvv ofja\ov

7Tp6(T(f)OpOV.

165. [179.] = B 4 184

Alav.



166. [184.] = B 4 185.
Se Tl&v dvcLKitcvei



167. [185.] = B 4 186.
Avrov fie Trpcoricrra crvvoi/cicrTTJpa



168. [186.] = B 4 187.
r 'Hpa>s aiSotav tytyvvvr d^l rpdire^av

169. [190.]- B 4 188.

fiev Trdy/cowov eyvco/tas TLoKv^vdcrrov KoXo-



170. [197.] = B 4 189.

vTrep TTOVTIOV f/ E\Xa? Tropov ipov.

171. [198.] = B 4 190.
'A Mf-SuXou 8' avroy yeved ......

172. [199.] = B 4 4.
Kef pot TIV av^pa TGOV Qavovrtov.

164. Strabo, ix.131. 168. Plut. Quaest. Symp. n. 10,

165. Choeroboskos, i. 106 (Bek- 1.

ker, Anecd. in. 1183). 169. Strabo, xiv. 642.

166. Etym. Gud. 321, 54 tan U 170. Schol. Aristoph. Vesp. 306.
rot "X^KWV ciKuei K. Cramer, An. Par. Var. lect. TravdeL^avroL. Hermann
iv. 35, 24, &m 5 rax^v /ca/ctet K. (yttyvpav) rav dei/maro. For Ipov cf.
Text Bockh. Aesch. Pers. 741 [P.].

167. Apoll. de Synt. n. p. 138 171. Schol. Pyth. vm. 53.
(Bekker). 172. Schol. Isth. iv. Inscr.



234 PINDAEI CARMINA.

173. [201.] = B 4 191.
Aio\v<$ efiaive Awpiav KeXevOov V/JLVCDV.

174. [204.] = B 4 192.



175. [205.] = B 4 193.

...... TlevraeTrjp 1$ eoprd

OS, ev a Trpoorcv evvdcrOrjv dyaTraros VTTO



176. [206.] = B 4 194.



^pvcrea /cpijTrs epaaiv

old Tl%i%0)/JiV TJSrj 7TOIKI\OV

Kocrfjbov avSdevra \6ycov'

09 Kal TToXvfcXeirdv irep eolvav O/JLCO^ r)ftav en



5 Kal /car dvOpcoTrwv dyvid?.

177. [207.]- B 4 195.



178. [209.] = B 4 196.
...A.i7rapdv re r)j3dv jjieya

179. [210.] = B 4 197.



173. Schol. Pyth. n. 127. 176. 1. KPIJTT'LS.] Cf. Pyth.vn. 3.

174. Schol. Pyth. iv. 4. Heyne 176. 2. Cf. 01. i. 16.
Qeidffrwv, MSS. <?e/u<rTcoj>. 177. Schol. Pyth. iv. 25, Pyth.

175. Cf. 0. and P. p. xii. 11. 15, n. Inscr. Cf. Isth. i. 1.

16. 178. Schol. Pyth. n. Inscr.

176. Aristid. n. 509. 179. Cf. 0. and P. p. viii. 1. 4.



FRAGMENTS. 235

. = B 4 198.



M.oicrdv ejralSevcrav K\vral



181. [211.] = B 4 198.
es d/ji/3p6criov v
a,7ro



182. [213.] = B 4 199.
/3ov\al <yep6vra>v Kal vecov dvSpwv dpKnevoicnv



KOL ^opol Kal Motcra Kal *A.<y\aia.

183. [214.] = B 4 200.
O2r* dpy6i\0(f)ov Trap Ze(f>vpia)v

184. [215.] = B 4 201.
v Mez^S^Ta, Trap Kpr)p,vov
NetXou /ce'pa?, al^iftdiai

rpyot, <yvvai%l jjuicr^/ovraL...

185. [216.] = B 4 202.



186. [217.] = B 4 203.



rives

vexpov LTTTTOV arvjeoLOTLV \6ya) Krd/JLevov eV <j>deC
Kpv(j>a Be atcdXiovs yevvcriv dvepot,(Tiv TroSa?



180. Chrysippos, ircpl a7ro</>cm- 183. Schol. 01. xi. 17.
KV, c. 2. 184. Strabo, xvn. 802.

181. Strabo, ix. 411, AthSn. n. 185. Schol. Pyth. iv. 206.

p. 41 E. 186. Zenobios, v. 59, on the

182. Pint. Vit. Lycurg. c. 21, proverb ' S/CL^TJS rbv ITTTTOV.
about Sparta.



236 PINDAEI CAKMINA.

187. [218.] = B 4 204.
Kal \i7ra< ^fjbvvai(d dcrrei.



188. [221.] = B 4 205.

, IJLTJ



rpa^e Tror

189. = B 4 11.
Ov



190. [222.] = B 4 206.
TIapa A.vSiov ap/jia Trefo? ofyvewv.



191. [223.] = B 4 207.

Taprdpov TrvO/Jirjv nrizCpi (f afyavovs
. . avcuyt&ais.

192. [224.] = B 4 208.

ai? T d\a\al$ r opwof
CTVV



193. [227.] =B 4 209.
(To<pias tcapTrbv



194. [229.] = B 4 20.

Plut. de Cohib. Ira, c. 8, XaAeTrarraTOi 8c ayav
/xvo/jutevot ev TroXctrtv (Hartung TroXtecrcrtF) avSpeg
(Ttv, aXyos e/A<av9 ? Kara IltVSapov. Sclineidewin, avSpc?
earaorai/ aX. e/x.

187. Scliol. Pyth. n. Jnscr. 192. Plut. Quaest. Symp. vii.

188. Stobaeos, Florileg. xi. 3. 5, de De/ec. Orac. c. 14.

189. Eustath. Prooem. 21. 193. Stobaeos, FZor. LXXX. 4.

190. Plut. Fii. Niciae, c. 1. Of ot ^

191. Plut. Cowsoi. ad Apoll.c. 6.



FKAGMENTS. 237

195. [230.] = 211.
Ka/c6(f>povd T djjbfydvrj TrpcnrlScov
Kapirov.

196. [231.] =B 4 212.

Plut. de Cap. ex Host. Util. c. 10, Kat Tracra Averts

<t>L\oviKiav KOLL t,rj\OTV7TLav KCU <f)66vov Ki/eo</>po
eratpov (Xy lander, Iracpav B, vulg. eratpw) avSpwv



197. [232.] = B 4 213.
Horepov 81/ca re?%o9 V^TLOV
77 cr/co\i,ai$ airdrai^ dva(3aivei



oi vbos drpe/ceiav elirelv.

198. [233.] = B 4 214.

T\v/ceid ol Kap^Lav drd\\oLcra yrjporpoffro? crvvaopel
rt?, a fJLa\ia"ra, OVCLTGOV iroKvcrTpcxhov <yvoou,av



199. = BMO.
dOavdrais dp/iS

200. [152.] =B 4 215.
S' aX\,ot,criv v6^i(i^a y crfyerepav S' a^Ve? Slfcav



201. [235.] = B 4 216.

6 Se /cal TO fjLrjSev dyav 67T09 acvrjcrav



195. Plut. cZe 5era J^wm. FXTZ^. IItV5a/)os dire ras A?ri5as elvat rw*'

c. 19. eypfiyopdrw evtiirvia (Frag. 274).

197. Plato, de Eepubl. n. p. 199. Eustath. Proocwi. 21.

365 B, Maxim. Tyr. XYIII. Cf. Cic. 200. Cramer, ^rc. Par. in. 154,

ad ^[xc. xm. 38. 13.

198. Plato, de Eepubl. i. 331 A. 201. Plut. Consol. ad Apoll. c.
Compare Stob. jFZor. cxi. p. 12, 28, Schol. Eur. Hipp. 263.



238 PINDARI CARMINA.

202. [237.] = B 4 217.

T\VKV Ti K\7TT6/jiVOV

203. [239.] = B 4 218.
'Avl/c dvdpcoTTcov /cafjuarobSees ofyovrai fie



8' ev 7ro\v^pvcroio TT\OVTOV


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