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THE

STORY

DAPHNIS

OF

AND

GREEK

CHLOE

PASTORAL

BY

LONGUS

EDITED

WITH

TEXT,

INTRODUCTION,

TRANSLATION

AND

NOTES

BY

W.
Editor

of

Tales

the
of

Scenes

the

M.A.

Trimalchionis

Cena

Civil

from

Selections
Lecturer

LOWE

D.

in

War

the

Life

of

Hannibal

Lucretius

from

Arbiter

Petronius

Caesar

from

Book

Book

III

Livy
V

Durham

Education

Junior Censor
Formerly Scholar

of

University
University College Durham

of

Pembroke

College Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE
BELL

DEIGHTON
LONDON

GEORGE

AND
BELL

AND

1908
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riv

5
man

is

kttj|ui,

the

guide

or

Column.

tlKbvos,

ex-

but

temples,

cicerone

the
Luc.

the

in

word

guide

Delphi.

ircp"7y)rrj)s

oracles,

the

uses

iravro)^

ypd^eiv.

an

and

dreams

epaaOevra

irpoiraiSevo'ei.

fifjuiv

kul

voaovvra

tov

"^ ^ev^erai,

aXXav

usually

4|tiYTn]v,

2.

pounder

T"v

TO,

koX

dvOptoTroi^,

epaadevra

ovk

""f"vy"v

fffo^povovai

Nu/i^ats

nrapafivOrjaerai,

^pcara

yap

Kai

Kai

^i^Xov;

rerTapaf

"Epmn

nraxriv

Tepirvov

Xvirovfievov

dvafivijaei,

fiev

Kai

fie

ypa(f"y.

ry

elKovof

t^?

dvdOvjfia

KTTJ/ia

ihovra

ipfUTixa

avriypdyfrai

eayev

i^rjyrjTrjv

i^ewovTja-d/jurjV,

[Prol.

OF

vdvra

koL

ir6do":

Oavfidaavra

at

STORY

THE

i.

ael

calls

22

trvyKeirai.

avajivijcrci,
i

his

eras

quique

so

in

qui

amet

amavit

2]

DAPHNIS

While

2.
other

love

by
a

to

books,

Nymphs
their

of

long

as

the

as

of

god
all

in

his

irapdcrxoi,

story
the

to

gods

the

with

the
to

//2W

and

Lost,

the

for

ever

and

see

grief,

us

to

recall

to

power

the

and

the

heal

initiate

no

has

man

will

reigns.
tell

the

sweets

to

nor

in

to

to

For

beauty

found

story

and

mankind

Love,

to

secrets.

of

So

Love

them

seized

was

written
of

and

be

able,

And

loves

may

of

others

heart.

prefaces

Longus
orthodox
his
the

prayer

efforts

opening

Orfj/jjey,
'Of

shafts

grant

crown

Compare

success.

Paradise

of

purity

0COS

"

Love

god

its

it.

have

tasted

into

can

eyes

the

have

not

avoid

to

their

these

admiring

describe

to

joy

that

have

able

been

to

suddenly

and

me

soothe

those

who

for

and

and

to

those

it

and

on

idyll

an

Pan,

sickness

love

write

CHLOE

painting,

offering

an

and

the

in

explain

to

four

gazing

was

scenes

longing

man

of

AND

man's

also

Pericles

with

silent

lines

speech.

Milton,
first

obedience...

dis-

sing,

prayer

used

carried

to

before

ir(i"if"povouo-i.,
trol.not

Muse.'

heavenly

himself

with
away

utter

beginning

full

by

the

self-con-

feelings.

A0r02

IloXt?

1.

hielXTfirrai

KaXrj'
Kol

arj'i

eVrt

nPi2T02

yetfivpaii; ^ecTov

vofila-ei,";
ov

iroKtv

T^?

TJjs DAvT

i\,i]vr)";,
oaov

dvBpb"s evSaifiovo^,

ireSia

irvpo^opa,

daiXaaaa

Koi

KaWiarov,

Krijfia

Xi0ov.

XevKov

"^v

BvjpoTpoi^a,

opr)

yr]\o(f"oi KXr)/j,dTiov,vop.ai

TavT7]":

hiaKoaimv

araSiav

airo

kol

rfj^ OaKaa--

aXXa

vrjaov.

aXKa

opav,

aypo'i

7]

fieyaXrj

evpitroi,';
v7rei"rpeov"Tr]";

yap

Ke/coa-firjTai

7ro\6ft)?,

M.vTiXijvrj,

ttJ? Aeo-ySon,

Kai

iroifiviMV

fia\'q'iovo'iiKTeTa/ievri"; -yfrdfifim

irpo"reK\v^ev

6aK^.
'El/ TmBe

2.

TTaiSiov

evpev

Ka6'

eicetro

jj?

TftS

XiTTova-a

Adficov

^pia";

oiKTelpa^

1.

canals

by

of

manner

Dutch

the

of

Venice

scale,

smaller

TToWa/ets

in

but

rather

in
The

towns.

inter-

was

seawater
on

the

the
far

of

style

Euripus

sluiced

be
so

in

by

the

took

Greece
canal-like

its

rise

Mediterranean

from

name

its

of

and

fall
these

there
of

tide

canals

is

very

in

the

would

and

currents,

Sea,
flow

rather

of

the

Cf.

stand

OaKijs.

for

the

X^x/"?

irpoo-^KXvtcv...
dation

MSS.

these

de-

in

adjectives

groups.
as

Aegean

irotfivCuv,

KXii|idT"i"v
fining genitives
two

narrow

^XdirToi

eddying

ebb

alya

fiev

tide.

be-

mainland

channel.

vircurpcoii"n)s,
little

the

the

the

and

Euboea

tween

fiea-Tjfi-

^7;\at?

by

violent

than

Kal

ttjv

opa

Tal";

fir]

BiaSpop.d'i

ras

epi"f"ov

Ij^j/os eXdibv

kut

0eova-a

at^

6pt"j)0v diro-

tov

ipyXdrrei
tov

koi

fj,aX-

Troa

rj

koi

irape/Meve.

Trepifie^rjKviav,

Mytilene

cvpiirois,

evravOa

d/ieXovfievov

dKfia^ovcrT)"i

Tre^vXayii6V(o"!

sected

iraihiov.

to

^pe"j"ei

koI

eimrXavwiievo's

kltto's

rovvofia,

8pvfi6"i "^v

rpecfiofievov.

d"j"avi)';eyivero

jTui/e^es

koI

aliroKo"s, Adp,wv

vefimv

alyo^

viro

Xo'xjiri ^drmv

6aKt],

dypm

ra

parallel
two

the

preceding

/SdTaii',c.
Brunck's

to

i.
emen-

7rpo(r^;S\v^"'.../iaX-

THE

Se

SffTrepix

Trarovcra,

to

eXKOv

yaXa/CTov.

rov

(Tiv

Kal

"7711?

ttjv
fji,r}Tp(pa"sdij\r}";

iraihiov

eK0eaiv

^^

o5v

fjiev

xal

"rrpbt
T-qv

koX

pLafxara

el iraiBla
iicirXayei(rri"{,

Birjyeirai,
ttw?

fiev

Be

Kal

TO

Kpiiirrova-i,

alyl

0OS, suspecting
following TO d4.

its absence

from

JXkov,
fluXtjs
Tijvlirippoijv
els

riiv 07iM}v
oXiciji'. So

a^6ovov

in

4.

avTrj

ttw?
Tpeijjofievov,
Ta

iirovo-

avr"v

dv

SokoIt),
Adtjivivavrbv

"jroifieviKov

c.

39

the

cf. c.

yi\aKTos

rov

olis

iropn),
Verg. Aen.

subnectit

ehciaai

which

woman's

c.

21

some

cloak
have

we
as

he

short
read
:

cloak.
is

-xXa-

often

more

in

moreover

x^a/iiiSioi'
again

being

worn

by

found, which

was

x\ajiiBiovpracticallycertain

4.

men-

Daphnis

sword

for

novit
3.

of

aKnr6p(pvpos of
true
sea-purple dye. Verg. /ten. 4.
cirpicto chlamydem
137 Sidoniam
cumdata
limbo.
5. 250 chlamydem
auratam
plurima circum
quam
purtoo

eburno

c.

signa

sui

signa

sui

Met.

7.

generis,

35

brought

Met.

generis,
note

on

i^ia-raire,

as

Faustulus

init.

irpds Tiiv TV'^tK*!


wife

buried

beneath

in Ov.
'y*"'P^I''""^''''^"
as

7. 423

4.

ivory-hilted
found

Ov.

stone.

Pairrdiras,see
so

purpuream

the

Theseus

cloak.

pater in capulo gladiicog-

cum

422

passage.

oXovpY^s,

like

Meliboea

the

father, Aegeus,
slab

great

securing

4. 139 aurea
fibula vestem.

which
his

by

renders
in this

duplici

Maeandro
pura
cucurrit.

$u^(8iov,

xXafivSiov, a

when

rrji Be

Be irdvra

iraiBiov

Be

to

BtiKtiv.

tioned

elBe

yvca-

KaXelv.

eyvfoaav

vlSiov

ra

Tpo"p^v iiriTpeirovcnv.cE)? B'

ttjv

iraiBLov

tov

ovofia

koI

diro6avovfJ.evov.Bo^av Br)KaKeLvrj,

(TvveKTeOevTa

fid^ovcrii,
Ty

6
alye";,

TLKTOvatv

"f"vXd^a^

vvKra

alya avr-^v.

ttjv

ir""!
eipev eKKeifievov,

KaTaXnrelv
rjBe"T6r)

MvprdXriv,

Kal

yvcapLa-

alSe"r6ei,";

eireira
^p"tj"ov"s'

yvvaiKa

iraihiov

to

rd

fiova

fi,7)8e
alyb";i^iKavdpwirLav fii/Mijo'erai,

KOfii^eitrdvTa

kui

iropirri ')^pv(Tr] Koi

irp"Tov i^ovXeva-aro

j3a"rTdcra^ dfieXijtrai
rov

fiara

el

To

koXov

cr7rapydvoi";
Kpeirroai.

re
')(\aiJ,vSi6v
rjv dXovpye^
yap
^i^Lhvov iXe^avTOKCOTTov.

3.

inripporjv

ifv,irpoa-et-

eiKO'i

dppev, fiiya koI

rvxvi

[Book

OF

Oavfida-ai,wa'trep

evpuTKei,

TTJv

KaTa

T77?

STORY

Romulus

Acca

S6|av,

and

Remus

Larentia, Liv.
the

accus.

i.

to

his

4.

absol.

The

DAPHNIS

3]

2,

while

the

infant

from

as

struck

was

baby

costlier
For

with

with

tokens
he

and

felt

child, the

foundling,

his

he

leave

the

the

and

plural form, S6^avTa,


"rvv"KT"8"VTa, in 4. c.
have

Ad"|"viv,Longus
Theocr.

Verg.

6.
"c/.

silvis, hinc
formosi

their

as
i

5.

the

of

purple dye,
small

sword

night

fell and

then

the

and

lay
with

with

accord

loth

the

give

too

safely

up

to

to

little

wife

good

meanwhile

foster-dam

the

how

and

in

babes

to

finding

to

foster-

his wife

birth

give

soon
passion
com-

as

his

rich

the

and

exposed

but

the

fate, but

suckled

been

should

is also
18

and

used.
19

this

chooses
find

Adipvis

usque

fate

only

And

And

child

entrust

herd's
shep-

his rustic

it used

sidera

pecoris custos,
Mercury had a son,

in

Pan,

he

as

ego

in

notus,

formosior

Daphnis,

the

was

songs
we

and

rank

be.

shepherd

inventor

was

shall

of this story to

find
Ov.

of

favourite
the

in

pasof

Daphnis

4. 276
We
Daphnidos.
have
other
typically rustic names,
Dryas, Myrtale, Dorcon, in this pastoral:
cf. EMpo/iios,
acourier, 4. c. 5,
TvdBwv, Zii^poo-ivri.

/SoiiKoXos. pastoris

Daphnis
ad

as

beautiful

and

young

Sicily:

we

toral

we

43

till

being

own,

avpeKKelfieva.

pastoral name

and

boy Daphnis.

call the

to

infant

face,

imitate

her, his

to

had

that

its

they agreed

so

it to

name

it

that

of

suckling

rich

off

to

Myrtale.

its fate.

it to

child

infant

tale

mind

call the

to

the

of

lay a

carry

goats could

watching

same

son

ipse.

if

treasure-tokens

and

was

usual

treasure-clues

whole

the

of the

it

by

waited

wife

his

to

unfolded

to

of

was

hesitating to
he

so

wondered

was

fair

is the

to

was

the
in

dam,

home

amazement

was

plan

abandon

the

the

mother

he

first

compunction

brought

Lamon

ivory.

to

of

than

readily

as

that

and

golden clasp,and

Lamon's

3.

found

and

limb

clothes

milk

Naturally

closer
of

of

draughts

its little cloak

hilt of

CHLOE

breast.

boy, lusty

foundlings.
fastened

in

drew

and

in

wrapped

sucked

mother's

its

deeply

AND

amores

Met.

THE

lo

STORY

"HSi) Be Sterou?

4.

dyp"v

Koi

eirtTvyxavei

rd
^v, irirpa fieydXr},

rd

dyaXfiara

dvvTTohqToi,

evBo6ev

%6tp6s

ets

6(j)pvv'

irdv

TO

Trdvv

Xeifiwv

vrro

Kal

yavXol

V^

opypvpAvav.

t) cca

to

fj-ecraLTaTov.

e/c

^v

peWpov

eirolei xeofievov,
Trpo

voriho^

'"'"''

i^vv, fieihiafiairepX

Trexpo?

t"j9

avXol

iroSei;
ireirol-qro'

yvfivai,k6/jlt)
fiexP''

yXaipvpo':e/creTaTO

fiaXaicri';Troa?

Be Kal

XiOoif

a-)(r}fia
x'^P^''^

vhtop dva^v^ov
irr)'Yrj";
Koi

KoiXrj,rd e^mdev irepi"^eprj";.

Wfiovi

dvrpov T7J";/teyaXi;?

Tov

ofioiot.'i

dedfjuat. Nu/tc^toi'dvrpov

Nv/ji"f"S"v
avrmv

tSsv

avrb^

Koi

ovo/ia,

\eXvfievrj, ^wfia irepl ttjv

avx^vcov
Tr]v

to

koL

evpijfiatn,

[Book

Siiicvov/ievov,
iroifirju e'f

'X^povov

ve/jbtov, Ajoua?

ofLopmv

OF

8e
kuI

ware

dvrpov, ttoW^?

tov

rpei^opAvri^.dvexeivTO

TrXdytoikoI

crvptfyei;

koX

KoXafioi

Trpea^vrepcovTrotfievoav dvadi^fiaraEts

5.

Bo^av

rSxra

koX

Becfibv pd^Bov

arrjaat

Here

4.

ness

of

have

we

the

eh

ttjv

of

first in-

the

confined

epithets
meaning
itself,but

ij "a...,

Vergil sketches
for us
a
pleasing picture in Aen. i.
sub
166-8
fronte
ad versa
scopulis
intus
pendentibus antrum,
aquae
dulces
vivoque sedilia saxo,
Nympharum domus.
instead
of
XCSots, dat.
genitive
of

avTpov,

material.

out

which

the

Note

augment
is very

withTreTroiijTo
of the

frequently

corrupt.
^ aio as

of

ffijito

girded

edfu-

Homeric

The
was

the

clothes:

favourite

women.

of

Kora-

^po^o)

ofioiov

flowing

Be

earlier
the

not

girdle

dress,

this passage
is
best course

hopelessly

The

is to take

equivalent to t6 (rrbim.
Others
take wo =feistigium or voiite,
the dome,' but there is no
parallel
this use : the proper
to
meaning of
the word
is 'edge,' 'fringe.' Many
edd.
the
suspect that
corruption
extends
back
into
the
preceding
'

pluperfect,

sentence

omitted

word

in

the

^/osiKaXXifui/os are

stories.

Nv|m|h"v

evvofdav

irporepav

Xvyiaa";
')(Xoi)pd";

of
unhappy fondness
for similarity: the closeGreeks
of the parallelsin the discovery
of both
Chloe
spoils the charm

stance

the

d7r(oXeia"; irapel-xe. KoXdcrai

TroWa/ct?

^ovX6fievo"; avTrjv

dpriTOKOi;crv)(yd"poi-

vv/j,^alovots

TO

TOVTO

and

throw

doubts

on

the

dpxovfUviov.

Sc in)7TJs,
Theocr.
CK
so
Longus.
7. 135 to
\ilp(9,..,c{. c. 23 iinlyvfivoisini S' iyyiBev Upiiv liSwp Nu/i^ok
ej
the general description.
dvTpoio KaTu^bp,evov Ks'kdpv^cv.
the
girdle which
^w|Mi, or l^iivTi,
-yavXol xal avX.oC,notice the jini.

And

4.

farm

and

hard

the

feet

their
was

the

was

from

the

of

mouth

milk-pails
of

the

shepherds

5.

To

had

been

and

bring

c.

of

the

2.

c.

to

words,

cf. note

on

note

on

reed

i.

15,

c.
2.

musicians.

single

reed

15)
c.

of

So
feed

32.

c.

also

irXa^f-

instrument,

pipes, (ripiyyes

pipes (as many

34-5,

as

together,

bound

and

shepherds

were

rather

cf.

the
than

xdXa/ioi, small, often

pipes.

All

these

offer-

of

their

mien

the

grotto

Water

bubbling

which

fed
turf

and

hung

were

to

up

up

reed-flutes,the offerings
by.

Nymphs

often

with

drew

ings

would

be

Cf.

4.

c.

to

the

natural

for

to

26

often
her

twined
rock

to

shepherds
gods.
country

the

and

had

chastise

again

near

dedicate

to

and

to

flock

the

that

ewe
come

fain

Dryas

and

o-ictti
4.

mouth

would

noose

ayayovja,

favourite

several

instruments

of

back

cross

nine,
I.

her

with

flute

were

lost.

Pan's

ovXos,
a

for

irX(i7(oi,written

av\ol

lamb

held

like

the

carven

were

shoulder, their

all around

gone

of

her

withe

See

times

of

statues

its smooth

And

shrine

this

lately yeaned

gle

in

grotto of the

brow

stream

stretched

hollowed

the

rock.

flutes,pipes and

and

old

green

The

finds

girdleflung about

their

great

cave.

and

the

to

purling

that

but

the

hood
neighbour-

these

and

dancers.
of

meadow

upon

formed

spring

cooled

played

centre

very

neck

the

the

and

bared

arms

to

of

band

stone

same

stood

grotto

on

the

outside

called

the

loose

smiles

of

as

their

unshod,

loins

in

wrought

the

was

the

within

flowing

tresses

it

in

fell
be-

flocks

his

on

was

fortune

like

tended

There
on

ii

the

lighted

too

rock, round

Nymphs,

with

he

sights.

And

Nymphs.

who

Dryas

within, and

cavern

CHLOE

passed

years

aye,

same

great

two

named

by

the

saw

to

after

shepherd

a
a

AND

DAPHNIS

5]

4,

4.

c.

where

32,

Daphnis
pails,
pipes, crooks, goatskins and wallets
on
abandoning their pastoral life,
and

5.

Chloe

offer their

"vvo|iCav,notice

of
'readiness
meaning
in
larity
feeding,' and
the shepherd.'
to

the
and

double

regu'obedience

THE

12

he

etTKnafi

ovhev

irdvv

Sova-av

elhev

dvdpwmvto^

oXKrjV,

yoKaKTO'i

tA?
(f)OTepai;

Trj"s ol6"i Ty

Xi'XfMOfievT)';
fieTO.
iraiBiov.

TO

iraiZLov

tov

Koi

a^dovov
xadapov

arTOfia

rrrapeicetTO

kuI

tovto

t/v

(nrdpyava,

tovto)

kol

airo-

irpoirwirov

to

OrjXv
t^? Tpo"fnj"}.

Kopov

tov

\d^po)^ el":aytt-

aKkavrX

jXcoTTri

Oi-

fiev

Tr)v

67)\r)v et?

Tr)v

drjXa^ fiertufyepov
to

ola

^aiBpov,

Se

to

aXKct

rjXmtrev,

wv

[Book

"TvKKr)-"^6fievo";
avrrjv.

ixei

irpoarfKBev, mt

TTJ ireTpq,

OF

STORY

fyvo)-

vtroZrifiaTaiiri'Xpva'aKal
fiirpa hid')(pv(TO";,
pifffJuaTa,
"7repi,a-Ke\iSe"i
'X,pva-ai.
6.

pL(TfiaTaKaTh,

t^?

direXavveiv

Kal

he

evp^erai

he

et?

Ta

eirei

Kaipot

evdv'i

Sf/ NaTTj; {tovto

r] /lev

evpedevTa,

to,

Kal

rjv

TraiBiov,

to
i"f"iXei

BeBoiKvla,
irapevSoKifiTjOfjvai
ttIo-tiv avTm,
Trpb"!
viKov
ovofia

av6p"nrCvu$,

'

like

human

mo-

ther.'

atpBovov

c.

fin.

cis

d^SArttis. b\ie"]vtakes its


the
from
of ?\/tu, to
use

meaning
quaff.
aKXavrC,

found

also

in

the

form

iKKavarl.

headband

woven

plated

TideTat

Trj"; oto?

vtto

Kal

nroifie-

avTr)

XXorjv.

Plutarch

uses

Siixpviros also

wcpio-KcXtSes,the
rowed

women,

with
or

i.e. incunabula,
or

/nirpo,
by
interiiixfiviioi,
snood

worn

gold thread, iwlxpvffos,


overlaid
with
gold.

the

name

the ornament,
delicate Greek
bersome

with

and

but

bor-

Romans

when

they
with

imitated

them

anklets

became

lacking

in taste.

dvaip"irai,not

the
cum-

only of lifting,' but also of 'recognising' a


child
one's
as
equivalent to
own,
Latin
the
toUere, suscipere. Cf.
Prologue [ Toi/iives avaipoi/ievoi.
cirV tiIxti
XPI*"^' so rixv AyaB'j.
6.

"nrdp7avo,
Greek

w"nrep

firjTJip

viroSiiiiara.

cf.
Tijv 6i|\ijv...,

the

Kal

ihiov

a"s

eKaXetTo)

yap

ttj

eiravXiv

ttjv

XavOdvovcrav
"rrapaKeXeveTai dvyaTpiov vofiL^eiv,

Tpe^eiv.

"^vm-

^vfi"f"aK iiri
Kal

6(f)8evTa,heiKwai

ryvvaiKl SirjjeiTaito,

(ptKetv,avacpei-

rat?

avT"v.

iKeTiv

iXBaiv
voifjivi]v,

ttjv

hihaaKO/Jievo^

diroTideTav

ajKavo^,

vi]pa";,

Kal

evpijfia

TraiBiov

to

Opi'^ai Tr)v

XPV'^'''V

Tvxv

re

^pi(f)o";
eir

TO

fiev

rjv

vofii"ra"i
to

t^? oio"; eXeelv

irapa
Tai

Sj? Ti

"etov

'

DAPHNIS

5,6]
catch

the

saw

the

in

that

the

tongue,

for

as

soon

baby

was

this

babe

and

learning

love

for

the
in

he

his

child

took

flock

And
home

cottage

and

told

showed

her

his

as

little

called) at

love

towards
rival

might
little

of

health

and

dusk

the
he

time

finds

and

urged

her

babe,
in

she

and

compassion,

Villoison's

(iitrre. In

4.

little
drive

to

he
on

her

had

seen,

the

babe
out
with-

his

was

heart

too

good-

in tender
the

ewe

the

gave

shepherd's

his

to

own

feared

she

for

meet

name

(so

motherly

though

as

as

Nape

her

opened

the
her

And

secret.

their

look

it up

bring

the

grant

to

back

sights that

to

and

stored

came

turned

to

Gods

compassion

wealth

mate

Chloe.

we
c.

find
28

simi-

and

4.

wCotiv,

wpos

emendation
c.

33

we

for
have

again

elsewhere
irapevBoKiii7)Bijvat,

word.

i.e.

irpis ri iroi^a-at

iriartv.

X\oT|v,

uipircp,

rare

lesson

the

from

sent

of the

CKoXeiTO,
Yop
parentheses in 2.

MSS.

find

Nymphs

10.

c.

gold-stitched snood,

wife

and

her

lying by

the

pasture

with

were

besought

from

all

lips

this infant

arms,

with

once

TOVTO

lar

And

in his

when

the

her

clean

his

foundling
called

and

face

infant

in

up

daughter

unfolding
wife

the

mother

anklets.

this
the

ewe

found

pretty

its fill.

gold

wallet, and
rear

its

he

see:

he

cave

greedily sucking

its

on

tokens,

judging
his

might

suppliant.

its
and

from

his

smile

sucked

as

the

of

swaddling-clothes

sandals

Dryas

to

little child

it had

also, and,

reached

tenderness

licked

girl: and

Now

the

and

ewe

as

gold-worked
6.

the

he

13

little looked

bright

CHLOE

when

had

milk

milk, with

unstained,

that

he

of

draughts

tokens

But

giving freely with

ewe

rich

there.

ewe

sight

AND

Athens,

XXijjs, and
for

an

Ar.

epithet of Demeter
Zys. 835 vapi. ri

therefore

country girl,

suitable

at

t^s

name

THE

14
Tavra

7.

nraiSia

ra

BeKa

koI

irevre

aTToBeovTeov,Koi

op"aiv
T"

61'

ToiovSe

ovap

ev

avTpm,

Kal

ao^apm

ri.

xal

irrepd

evl

ySeXet KeXevtrai

aliroKiov, Trjv Be
8.

TowTO
KoX

eiroivTo

fievoi

Bt

Kal

6vaavTe"s

Nv/u^a(9 {to

7.

Xeyetv

dfia

that

see

in
which
especially ones
the Nymphs
recur
repeatappear,
edly throughout the idyll, 2. c. 23,
were
They
a
3. c. 1"], 4. c. 34.
device
of the early novelist
favourite

dreams,

effect

to
knot

in

solution

the
the

difficult

plot.

iraiSCia,i.e. Eros.

scription

of

see

Anacr.

For
30.

this

de-

(28.)

Tpoxdfeiv irripvyai
tS/iuv,33. (31.) 16 Kal
"l"ipuviT
j8/)^0o!liiv iffopw, ipipov Si rd^ov
WTipvyis re Koi ipapirprriv.
4S6kow

8.
some

ovap

the
lixflovTO,

reading

MSS.

are

is necessary

corrupt
such

irdvTa

xal

to

fiev

aWi?\o{?
iraiBtM

as

dyiXatt

Tail

rrepl tS)v

"Troifieva';

eKBiBd^avTe"s

fieaTj/i^piai;,
ttw?

iJxOovTO nkv (Lamon


koX
herd), el iaoivro
oiiriXoi, which

Kal

to

rrrapdrat?

eiypv), w?

ovk

KoKd

otra

6eoi"i

KoivmaavTe';

vifieiv nrpo

shall

we

^eXr)

Tpo^ai"; d^poTepai"i

koI

irrepd e^ovTi

ovofia

Set

fiaXa

d/npoi^ayfrdfievov

treiOeadai

koI

to,

avToii^

ttoj?

ovap,

Tea

yap

eKtrefLirovaiv
SKaa-Ta'

Be

irpovoLa Qe"v.

a-wOevTtov
ovap

rjv avroix;

eSoKet

dypoiKia'

eir

iraiBiw

crTrapydvcov
irrayyeXKo-

^*

tvxv^

ypd/ifjuaTaivaiBevov

Kal

Apva?,

ol irotfieve"i, el
IBovTet tjj(^Oovto
fiev

ovap

altroKot

ovrot

iroifiviov.

to

KpeiTTOva,

erpe^ov
rjv

TO

etceivwi,ra?

iroifiaLveiv,
top

Xoiirov

vvkto";

cSfitove'xpvri,
Be

to
a-fiiKpd'dfia ro^apio) "f"epovTi'

Tepav

iirl fiiai}

ihoKovv

tS)v

e"

fiev

Bvoiv

TraiBiov evpev

to

tjv

roffovrtov

vapaSiSovai

rrjv ^Xoifv

KaXm,

Se

Adficov

waWo?

'^817re

17

Nv/i^as

ra?

iv
TTTiy^,

Tf

Ad"j}vivKal

Toy

yevecii,

Apva^

ifv^tre Kai

aypoiKt,a";.

avb

irmv

[BOOK

fiaXa

Tayxi

Kpetrrov
i^e"f)aiveTo

avTot?

OF

STORY

vefieiv

a
goatiroi/t^Kes

was
outoi

is

suggested

by

Villoison.
eir' aypoiKva,

according
rd ydp
Dryas and
sented

to

in

it

ovopa,
Lamon

when

in

oxherd

both

knows

In

both

c.

15
the

full

2.

Dorcon

his

the
and

It is of

course

Longus

to

wish

that

be

repre-

of the appearance
c.
the
7 PhUetas

description

name

odd

seems

should

of Eros

gives

to...,

of
.

ignorant

as

reference

standard

the

mere

his

and

name

of

oxherd

meaning

the

god.

knows
of love.

affectation

country

folk

in
to

THE

i6

KoirdaavTO'i

tov

airdyeiv ewl
Tiai

fiovrj

STORY

Kolrov,

^mvfj,

riai

ein,

Be

01

KaKavpoiri

edo'i,17

iroifieai.v

atf dveffpetfrev.
9.
*Hpo? ifv dpxv

teal

Xeifi"ai, koX

iv

dpxV" p-eydXijv
ical rd

nrpo^ara
t^?

aiirov
6 Se fj,efivr}fievo^ d)";eKKeifievov

aaiTripia";
Trjv alriav,

rd
Bpv/ioi'i,

iiri

Troi/iviov
ayowa

e?

(lev

irore

irorov,

)(p7)"TT"0v,

fidXa yaipovre';w?

"jrapeXdfi^avovical i^iKovv Td"i ahyai


fjbSXkov rj

iirl

dyeiv

irore

Kavfiarov,

[Book

OF

avOrj, rd
rjicfia^ev

irdvra
o"ra

iv

^6fi^o";^v ijSj)

opeia.

fieXiTT"v,^x"'' opviOwv fiova-iK"v,cKipTT^fiarairoifivLtov


i^ofi^ovv
dpTiyevv^TCoV dpve'iiaKiprmv iv rots
opeciv,
iv Tol"; \ei.fim"n,vat

Br) irdvTa

Toaavrri's

tS"v
fiifiTjTai

veoi

opvidmv

rd

fUfiov/jievoi,

rd

'i^aXXov,

Nvfi^aK

iire^epov.

10.

"EvpaTTOv
koI

vefiovTe";.

Be

Be

aly"v

dpao'vrepa'irmv

also

KcnrdravTos,
ayciv

of

abating.
eirV wot^v,

Kotrov,

note

see

on

winds

airdYCiv
d707oCiro,

fiev

aTro

or

^l
c.

32.

KoXavpinri,
sometimes

it

was

Greek.

fiev

roii^

et?

rat?

irpo^drwv

Be

XXoi;

r)

rd
ra?

KarrfKavvev.

Kprj/Mvmv

In
this chapter we
9.
have
a
description of the beauties of spring
but
antiagain the repetition and
thesis repel instead
of attract.
Cf.
2
ver
Pervig. Vener.
ver
novum,
iam
vere

leading animals.
ls...a7ov"ra...n)v alrCav, i.e. attributing her safety to..., a not inin
Classical
frequent construction
the

t"v

/teXtTTO?

to?

TrXe/coi/Te?

r"v

iroXXdKi";

thrown

off

ffX.e'jrofievtov

"rrXriaiovdXXrjXtov

6 Ad^vif

shepherd's crook,
to head

rd

arei^aviaKovi

diroirXavcofieva avvetfTeXXe,

floods

xal

Koivfj nrdvTa

iroXXaKii;

xal

Kov"jia,koX

avOrj trvveXeyov,

KoXirov;

KaX

dtraXoi

yBov, fiXeirovTe"; Be

aBovTwv

dpva"; t^XKovto

aKipTS)VTa";tov"!
Be

iylvovTO

aKovofievtov

ol

evapia^,

KaTej(,ov"Tr)"s

fjiev tS"v

aKovovrei;

Xo^/iia?xaTjjSov opviBei.

fieXtrrai, ra?

canorum,

alites,et
mantis

nemus

11

cantu.

orbis

renatus

amores,
comam

vere

est,
nubunt

resolvit

de

imbribus.

kot^Sov,
7.

ver

concordant

Solis

i.e. resonare.
filia lucos

Verg..^"".
assiduoresonat

8"

DAPHNIS

lo]

sun's

heat

how

them

crook, which

delighted

were

as

some

sovereign

more

lovingly

gratitude
in

than

9.

And
in

were

and

of

round

bloom

around

of

the

would

sweet

sights.

of

learned

they

would

chaplets
while

joys

face,

as

dTraXoi
L.

him,

herd

has

/cai

meadows

the

in the

heard

y^oi...,

altera-

that

the

singing,

the

from

lambs

the

and

others

all

their

anon

saw

blooms,

shared

grazed

emended

the

bees

with

some

they

wove

Nymphs.
all their

by

side

all

that

is

How

in

from

rashly
more

tasks

sheep

often

down

too

tion

side.

Chloe's

flock, how

playmate's goats

an

slopes

and

birds

and

together again

been

hill

and

they

too:

frisking

lightnessof
the

the

and

now

sounds

when

now

the

meadows

the

And

sweet

the

the

flowers

humming

breasts, while
to

flocks

in

in

choicest

clambered

they

diraXo(,this

ota

the

and

on

on

gambol

twain

from
her

drive

Chloe

to

their

wandered

had

in

suckled

frisked

they

would

offer

the

Daphnis

would

sheep

Daphnis

yeanlings were

they

again

their

to

And

10.

who

with

maid

life,and

thickets.

the

and

pick

deck

gay,

when

For

to

the

now

sing;

they

the

wont,

were

the

bees

in

birds

gambolling, they

into

the

mimic

would

they

goats and

woods,

bees

lambs

bright and

was

hearts

01

The

the

dams:

humming

singing

their

her

the

throughout

hillsides.

their

the

they

entrusted

coming

now

was

sweetly singing, while

birds

to

saved

the

And

been

are

water,

with

on

voice.

his foster-mother

spring

the

on

that

to

babe.

exposed

an

tended

herdsmen

ewe

loving memory

had

them

urge

the

they

and

power,

the

to

if

as

to

with

on

i;

lead

to

which

home,
cheer

to

CHLOE

how

dying down,

was

herd

to

AND

and
often

which
did

turn

the

cliffs'

While

one

ingenious

than

necessary.
8

THE

TjBi]"6

Tt?

KOi

STORY

OF

a/yiXaiia,/jL(f)OTepai
darepov
i(f"povpTia-e

ra?

he

irpoaKnrapriaavro'; dOvpfiari. ddvpfiara


Kal

TTOifieviKa,

iraihiKa.

6
TTOifiviatv
rifieK,7)aev,

Kal

Td";

rprjcrat;

8e

Se

nrore

elf
e"f)epov,

otKodev

a?
ra

Kal

iroi/Mvia

liXoTiv

Be

ToiavTU
dveTrXaae.

"Epw?

aiiT"v

TToXXfjii Tp0^fj"!
a-vveXdovrei;
TO

fiaKpd

ol

ovv

inrep

to

Kal

ovra,

totc

would
cages

^vXa

is best, but
be
or

pare

i.

c.

on

24

Theocr.

taking
that

kept

in

they
quoted

into
c.

the

14

in the passage
above
; possibly

do

consideration
Chloe

locust

the

talks

former

the

of

fact

having
reading

Se

^pd
tov

ware,

xdpifxov

dade-

yfj

the

other

^v,

ovk

hand

stalks
corn-

iBiipuv ajcplSas Xd-

\ovs.

Kt|p^...,of.
KoK"ixovi
the

Krjpw

2.

c.

ndc.

34

.roi"s
.

ivltrovs and
"rvr"i/jiras

following chapter.

of Longus editors vary


icaXd/iovs ivvia
pass^e
between
ixpiSoS'^Kiivand aKpiSoS-t)- dvrl Kr/pov, and
pni/,

S^ X^f'"'

eiKova-

fiadelv,on

this

of

opinrovai

irepiTTOv

yrj";

ra

nrapexei

Cf. Theocr.
i.
traps for locusts.
52
TrWxei
airrdp 87' i,v9eplKouriKoKav
i.KfiiioB'fipav
axolvif iittapnlmSav. In

indeed

^pira^e
SeofiivT}.

/lev

to

ex

veovi

a-ipov";

irpoTepov

KaraKXd
eTriSpafiTj,

asphodel, which
suitable
for making

as

aTrovBrjv

aKVfivcov

^rtV/iaro?

tov

t^?

of

very

rj

fiefi.epKTfieva'i,

^dOoi; Terrdprnv.

dv6cp(Kovs,the long, hoUow

10.

elSe

Tt?

nroifivimv"rroXXd

Kmfifjrai, vvKTwp

KUTeiraaav,

Xayco?

vecTTepa

dv

rpe^feovtraa-KVfivov?

dvaTpO"f)rjVT(OV

69

TelvavTei;

j^(o/itaTO?
Kav

Tpo"f"a";,

crireLpovaiKOfj,iaavTe";
p,aKpdv, ^vXa

TToXi)

TO

Kal

o'ivov

oKKriXviv

i^ dXXtuv

6pyvid";,ro

evpof

Kal

irat^ovTcav roidvSe

XvKaiva

irXTjfriov
dypwv

Twv

Kripa

^d"^viv.

Kal

11.

dir

re

avpi^eiv ifieKeTTjae.

vvktoi

e"f"epov.ddrrov

koivov

Td(} aiya"i

XeirToiK;

Sta^va? aXXjJXou?

ydXaKTOi

eKoivwvovv

irovovfievT)

KoXifiovt;eKrefioov

fiaXOaKU) "TvvapT^"ra";
f^'^XP''
Kai

trepXtovto

koi

yovdrav

rwv

avT0t"{

rjv

avdepiKOVi dveXofiivrjirodev

t) ftev

eTrXexe
i^6\6ov"ra dKpihodrjKrjv

rS"v

[Book

Cf.

X"^kV

i.

2.
c.
Verg.
35.
calamos
primum
32
coniungere plures instituit.
yoXoktos Kal olvov, cf. c. 23

Pan

2.

2.

See

c.

38
L.

Artof

and

S.

oCfop

c.

15

SeSeiUvavs
"cl.
cera

and

fd^avres ya\a.

olviya\a.

u]

10,

both

tended

peasant

or

stalks

Daphnis
the

to

make

At

stalks

reed-pipes

times
the

to

their

reeds

other

fare

the
homes

own

their

shared

they

and

and

wine

would

sooner

some

locusts,

her

task,

in the
with

and

nightfall.
each

them

from
and

goats

see

from

Daphnis straying

wax

gave

with

you

joints

soft

till

play

they brought

than

sheep grazing apart

would

milk

which

holes

gather

to

of

together

he

by

for

traps

bored

them

which

on

them

excitement

and

sport

some

strayed

little

the

fastened

and

Chloe

wove

in

slender

cut

in

busied

was

While

and

flock

19

simple, taught

playmate.

her

CHLOE

other

were

asphodel

neglecting
of

sports

of

the

flocks

all their

and

AND

DAPHNIS

Chloe's

side.
These

11.
Love

of
with

devised

close

So

villagers planned

the

the

soil

and

next

then

the

look

ground
that

done
would

if

the

the

Cf.

c.

double

use

Xjo-T^pioy, 2.

of

7 vpoaeipipero
avd7j,,.iiaadvdrj

and

solid

variant

no

c.

32

irai.Siov ...Traihiov.

a-ipovs, pits sometimes


for storage of grain as is so

So
run

the

make

weak

sc.

straws,

soil.

yaios.

trraSlov

fiTJKOs. About

hundred

dpyvtal make

And

here

Cf. 4. c. 2
six feet:

furlong.
roughly
cUo'va, possibly eis

one

it

trap

as

African

it

was

the

hollow

dpYvids,

and

to

villages, but
ordinary pitfall,

in

of

mouth

them

across

but

Most

cunningly

as

dig

in all directions

on

were

c^^2

which

not

...npoae^pero,
XjoTaiS

should

and

deep.

earth

on

whelps.

night

fathoms

wolf

flocks

hungry

by

before.

was

hare

was

l"pepov : there is,however,


MSS.

it

twigs,

it

that

note
^"f"Epov,

the

meet

the

of

rest

as

even

snap

proving

in

to

her

dug from the pit they scattered


they laid long dry sticks over

sprinkled

the

feed

four

broad,

fathom

pitfalls a

to

god

the

kept robbing

by

the

them.

trouble

to

cubs

young

homesteads

the

scheme

litter of

simple pleasures,but

their

were

the

e"
a

ariSiov,

used

11.

common

out

from

before

elxdva.

has

dropped

THE

20

aWa

/iefiifi7}To
yfjv.

opeci

KOV

voXXa

TOtavra

Xa^eiv

i"ri";- ?roWa9

Be

aladdveTai

alyai

ovk

7^9 aeao^iafie-

Koi Ad^viv
iroifiviaSie"f)0"tpav

koI

Tpdr/oi irapo^vvOevTei eh
to

erepo)

"Kvicaivav

eoSe.

Trap' oXlyov
12.

Kal

rot?

kov

opvyfiara

yap

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TreBvoiiiopv^avre^ rrjv /lev

roK

evTV'XTfa-av

oSv

OF

STORY

Kal

/3o\rj"; ffpaveraf

^lortorepa^

xepa^

erepov

t^

a-vveireaov.

nayijv

yevofievr]";

avfi-

dXry^aai:,(jjpifia^dfiepoii
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evoiei rifv tf)vyi]v. dXyei Ad"pvii; ireplr^ /cepaTt Kal

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fiev

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ola

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Xaficov

KaXavpoira

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t^

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7ro"rlv

ev

17

dficfios
iriTrTovaiv,

')(atrfiaT0";

Ad^vi"s Sevrepo?.

Kal

tovto

eaaae

rw
rpdym.
t^? KaTa"f"opd";6')(ijfiaTi
Ad"j"viv ^(jpriaaffdai

ei Tt?
dvi/j,rja6/xevov,

Bi) rov

fiev

dvefteveV

Se

17

Trapayiverai

ix

Kovpiav.

6 Be

XXot;

Kal

Kal
Be

ratvlav

Xvaafievr)
01

ouT""9

fiev

dvifirjaavro Be

dfi^eo

rd

eTTi

Kal

Kepara'

Pnident.
|U|".C|",T|TO,

virgis adopertas texerat


simularat
superimposito

rov

eras

^9 i'x^ofievo?,
"^v

ovk

Kadeipai

rah

d"Xiov

265
et

caespite

8e

fiovKoXm-

tw

xep"nv

17

etXKOv

aKoXovdmv.

rpdiyov (rvvreOpavafievov

dpa
dates
mussel

rj

and

Blkt) fierfjXderov
counterfeit

purple

from

shells,

12.

rpdyoi,

some

editors

insert

Svo.

campum.

is
"ro(pl!^eiv
o-"roit)ur|UvT|S,
used

a'^olvo'ip,ev

oXKah

roaovrov

Psych.

^fj,KaXei

OTi

itrrare^
")(^eiXov";

rov

Bpofim

iiriirXrjalov "jrp6";

r"v

SbBeoa-i

rrj"iraiviaf

dvefir]rah

avfi^dv

to

e'fjjTet
"T')(plvov
fiuKpav,

eK^Tjaerai.
dvi/icofievo^

BaKpvwv

yevouro,

p,adovaa

dyp"v

r"v

eXda"v

Kal

aipoV

rov

^ovKoXov

Tiva

deaaafiem]

XXoi;

eh

dpa

of

making

spurious

wine

also
from

raivCav, usually
sometimes

also

the

the

headband,

breastband.

DAPHNIS

11,12]
though
they

the

had

been

and

chanced

It

of

track.
the

and

pursuit

of

chased

the

vengeful

and

this

the

when

rope

for

gradually
it

as

the

goat
fall

XCiXovs,
used

the

the

(a

pit

And

well

which

had

due

Latin

pulled,

revenge

labrum
in

the

is also
same

for

the
then
both

fossae

mishap,
him

help

about

and
while
with

its horns

Caes.
labra.

out

G.

to

out.

for
:

but

head-band

they

stood

Daphnis
his hands
the

up

splintered

rival)and
S.

up.

him

they pulled

its beaten

sense.

served

called

her

rope

top:

mischanced,

drawn

loosed

and

up.

be

fell

the

pull

spy

let down,

to

by grasping

as

to

as

the

both

at his

to
to

and

nor

goat

alive

come

Chloe

so

drawn

metaphorically

to

so

the

had

him

began

to

cowherd

mounted

being

was

unlucky
by

of

mouth

by

he

cling

the

it to

close

found,

what

seen

crook

upon

to

one

and

obstinate

and

in tears

its

horn

pursued

for

loud

upon

the

steps

was

one

with

and

Daphnis

finding

come

to

be

to

gave
the

had

Daphnis
was

rope

at

he

at

some

had

fields

vexed

Daphnis,

pitfalland

the

in

with

send

who

broken

cudgel

he waited

would

of

the

their

to

saved

Then

Chloe,

And

and

that

chance

cowherd

heed

horn

hot

the

another

one

followed

neither

foremost

goat

fall.

Meanwhile

But

his

on

the

caught

Daphnis.

flee

and

seized

befell

fell

had

were

to

at

anger

plain

snare

sheep

it turned

goat

the

nearly

victor

in

gave

was

his

to

and

stoutly

the

victor.

where

goats

pain

other

the

it

hoping

no

its

Daphnis

pursuer

break

up

two

butted

while

pit, the

goats

of his wounded

pain

ran

in

rage

But

into

many

they

as

splintered
snorts

ground

that

hill and

trap the wolf, for she

to

false

But

21

pitfallson

many

killed, a fate which

fury, and

to

the

CHLOE

fortune

good

prepared.

12.
in

the

scented

in them

dug

peasants

not

always

AND

7. 72

gave
summae

viKTjOivTO^ Tpdyov.
^ovrai aaxTTpa
Toii?
Tol

aliroXiov

Kal

ahfa";koI

Be

Kal

TrrfKov

"7S"f".a.iSoKei

aXKo

adai

Kal

KOfiTjv

aSifia

TO

XXoj7 OecofievgKaXo";
eBoKei, to

KaXo"{
TO,

Be

vwTa

ovBev,

OTi

TJj9 Se

v(TTepaia";

fir)

^kov

et?

ttjv

13.
to

was

covery

Here

begins

Tiiv inipav, from


nearly the end of

the

great
of

the

lacuna

the passage

this
c.

until

point

17 there
the dis-

missing fragment by

Courier
8ti
added

by

in
8i
to

otherwise

IBeadai

irdXiv.

Ad^vi'i viro

fiev

Kal

dfia

tS"v

Ta"s

fieX5"v

Courier.

1809.

|ini, 5c itr] is

complete
is

^Xto?,

XXot; irepiTTOv

mairep

discovered

Kai

ixaXdaKrj'

Bvafial^ ^v

vop.'qv,

Kal

airy

Tpv(f""pc6Tepo";

et

hreTrovdei,

KaTaKei/iiva^

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air/ai

Be Trj

alriov.

vrretri'irTe

Kade^6fievo"!
Bpvt T" a-vvrjOei/
eo'vptrre

Ty

eiKaaev

/irj irpoTepov

Ad"f)vcveiredv/iet
Xovofievov
w?

KOfj,ri

fiev

rjXicp.

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eirl

/j,ev yap

dyeXa";oixaBe, Kal

dTrrjXaaav ra?

on

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evofii^etov

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t]

re

ttjv

tjj? KOfirj'i' eBoKei

aKia

eavTrj^ ^sjraTO7roX\a"t?,

eirj "rreipoafiev^.

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rjv

d'7roXovova-rj";
rj ffap^

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waTe

Trtj'yf}
TrpoaTa^

Trj

Trjv

Kai

'X^itcovictkov

tov

oti
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XovTpov

vvfi"f"aiov,

to

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aSifia iiriKavTov

tt}
'X^pdo^eaOai

avTo

Tfs

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ryeve-

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direXoveTO.

irav

fieXatva Kal ttoXX?;, to


av

Be

"f)vXdTTeiv,
avTo^

trripav

Kal

eBtoKe

to

Kav

KOfia";

Ta"!

XXorj

Ty

afia

r) Trr)'yri,Trj fiev

"/j,aKTO ovBev,

XovaacrOai, irplv aiaOrjaiv

Be

e\6a"v

Kal

13.
m

Kal

a-vji^dvTO's
Adfimvi. Kal

Tov

8pvo"!

yfia^e KaraAd"f)vi";

"jreiraaTO

to

ra^

areKexei'

eTrt

ovBev, ovBe

oZv

/lev

vofirj"}Kai

Koafuo

aa"p,aTO";

tow

fiepof

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'Xa)/MaTO";

ev

rt

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ev

av-

KaL
iroliJbvrjv

rr/v

irpo^ara, Kadi"Tavre'i

to,

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eiroOT^aev

avrbv

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eirel

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efieXkov ylrevSeaOai7r/3o?

koX

e'i rt?
eiTLhpofirjv,

e7rav"k66vT"";

Be

Sr) TuBrjaofievov

fiev

jSovKoX^

Tm

XvK"ov

oiKoi

TovTov

[BookT

OF

STORY

THE

22

an

the

lacking.

emendation
sense,

which

i^a"^viv
ei?
Trpo^aTcov eVe/SXeTre, to Se irKeov
iBoKei
"a\os
avrfj crvpimav ttoXiv, koI av0i"}

T"v

fiev

KOI

ecopa'

airiav

p,ov"7iKi]vtow

evofii^e ttjv
Kai

ixeivov

Kal

aTrfjXOeirdXuv

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dypoiKia redpanfievrjkoI
ToO e'jOWTO?
dar)
ovofia.
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rffiiXei,
(jiTJ^
vvKTCop
iyeXa,

vvv

TO
a"j(^pia

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avTJj

Kal

14.

'

NOi/

Kal

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eyu"

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e"l"ayov. tovtI
iKeivav

d\X'

rj

(Tvpiy^

(Kakfi

Aa"|"viv,in
irivres

Alciphron
we
or

5. 2
find this use,

mention

his

to

KaXo"i

aiiTOV

dveTT'^Ba'

of

Kal

Kal

"

aKia

ijfiv^av,

ivrJKav,dXXd

Kal
Ad(j)vi'i,

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yap

yap

al

to,

dvOrf

driBove'!'

crvpiy^

avTov

eye-

1. 681

oiaTpowXij^ 5' ^701 fiiirnyi


Belg,yiji'irpo yijs i\aiiyonai.

and

Compare

14.

in
7

noTe

ovBev

iv

KapBiav

ttjv

jmov

person,

c.

ovBe

dyvom

Kal

iroXXaKif

fie

X6yo"i. eWe

name.

cf. 2.
Poos ol'oTpw irXiiYetoTis,

v6cro"i

17

Kaiofiat,

^BeyyeTai,

fragment
aMiP XaXoSatc
of

rpo-

iirrjXdov

fiiXiTraiKevTpa

talk

elra

XvTrovfun,

fidroi

ovBei"; fioi

SKeivoav

Be

fiof

vvttov

to

-jriKpoTepov.

KaXov

twj'

Aa"j)viv

epya.

fioi,

troaai

iv
to

yfrvxv^,""'

exdOevBev,

fiev,

ecrn

ovk

eKXavaa,

Kai

yevofievy.

p-ovri

Trpo^aTfov dtroXwXe
Kadrjfiai. irovoi
ToaavTTj
OVK

epa"TO"i

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rjv

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elra

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riypinrvei,

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ovBe dXXov

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vvv

ei

fjBeivea

ovk

eiraa-yev

ovv

koX

ware

Xovaaadai

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auToi'

eiraiveaaaa,

fiev

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8e

hreiae

avrr)

/caWov?,

eXa^ev,

avpip/ya

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dpyri.

dyeXr/v

'SXoi) "rXtfo-iovKaOr/fievr},
Ttjv

Se

rj

aKpo(iDfieva";,

[BOOK

OF

STORY

THE

24

c.

^droi, iSdros

iroo-oi

culine

Daphnis' complaint

8.

and

feminine.

is both

mas-

v'Krjyels
4pa(T0ivTa...ai(rTiKf
(i^ittoi K^vrpa, cf. Anacr.
eiiVK"To, cf. the plight of lo, ras
35.
Poixepu vapBivov, ttjs olarpoSiji-firov(33.) 10 6"j)ts
/UKpbs irrepufi frvxj/e
Kdpris. Aesch. /'. V, 600 HKiprripATbiv t6s, ov Ka\ovaai
fUXiTTov oi yeapyol.
tl9e crvpi'yl,Courier
di rfianaai alxlais
\app6jvToi TJ\6ov,
quotes an

TaOpov

14]

13.

the

to

her

sweet

flock

grow

again,

and

him:

another's

her

lips

for

break
her
to

And

be

the
a

she

bee

stung

gnawing

are

sweetly, sweetly

(TKoXiov, el$e \ipa

the
too

How

her

in

up

only

breeze-stung

flood

burning

; a
a

thorn

I fasted

heart

of

words

not

what

sings

tore
?

gladly

yevoi5

the

still.
:

if his

not

I wept

that

is

pain
If

Daphnis

pipe rings

nightingale: yet
were

his

I sit in

have

me,

But

blossoms
the

grief, yet
glow, yet

is keener

flower

22.

I know

wound;

no

koKti yevotfiriv iyw

i\"(t"a,vrivri..,SB'
S,irvpovKoKbv
Cf. Anacr.
xpvaiov.
firjn niya.

and

would

tear

cheeks

No
a

wittingly
un-

cared

spring

her

indeed, yet

this if

my

from

lips.

have

me,

not.

alone

is lost
Ere

too

When

was

taste

anon

over

blush.

Pain, yet

at

and

rest

she

and

not

now

burning

I sick

flock

shade.

fair,fair

her

is.

thick

so.

am

my

me

by

from

'Now

would

and

praise,

night, she

at

left

Daphnis

did

not

of

heart

towards

pallor spread

suffered

burst

trouble

smile

away

ever

of

anon

chased

sheep

closed

and

of love

her

too

bathe

to

song

name

She

name.

in the

she

so

her, for

the

turn

eyelids
now

this

in

not

ever

his

flock:

sickness

my

old

would

lay

him

urged

befallen

knew

of it

as

eyes

graceful limbs

its birth
had

her

pipe, if

pining gripped

utter

her

14.

is

and

restlessness:

would

now

maid

eyes

ever

forth

heifer

If

what

fare, her

peasant
not

not

eagerly

in

merit

she

tended

more

he

the

his

praised

had

lips.

then

And

love

knew

peasant

she

the

and

by

gaze

was

seized

she

fair.

again

her

again

25

hard

sat

deemed

ceased

he

her

she

she

again

more

and

fair

and

CHLOE

turned

sheep yet

as

might

her

Chloe

and

music, and

but

strains, while

Daphnis

piped,

yet

AND

of

towards
he

DAPHNIS

pipe,

S' laoirTpov eirivbwias

these

that

dei

he

jSXeTrjjs
eyio x"""" yevoifir/v.iiSup Bi\ui
yevoi/irii'....
yey4cr$ai....fi,iipov,
yvvai,
/if

THE

26

Xv

vofiTjv,

"

ixai.

Kal

ol'f,tV

[BOOK
eiceivov

vir

Ad"f"vivKoXbv

vBcop, fiovov

irovripov

Be
e'tyeb

eWe

fiof

efitrverj

OF

STORY

vefico-

CTroMjcra?,

fidrTjvdire\ov"7dfir]v.o'i')(pi''0,i,
^vfi"f"aitpiXai,,

ovSe

rijv irapOevov t^v

ampere

v/xei'i

iv

rpa-

vfiiv

ifie; ti? rov"; d6\iov";


arretfyavciaei
fier
dicpiha depairevaei;
dpva"s dvadpi-"^ei;ri^ rrjv 'Xakov
^elaav.

u/ita?

Ti?

fjv TToWa

e6ripa"Ta,Xva

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yofievT}

ra

irapa

avrpa,

Be

vvv

fie

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fiev

eya"

Bia

Ad^viv, f] Be fidrijvXaXel.'
15.

ToiavTa

eK

Kal

tripov

Tov

dti

fiev

epa)TO";

Be

Kal
i^eirvpaexidT]

B"pa

avrol^

rw

eKOfiice,

Kal
l3aK-)^iKi]v.

aiirfjto
Be

ivrevdev
"X^pdfiaiTiv.

fiev

eire"f"epev
rj

Be

eKOfiiffe

Kiaav^iov

etOe

nrore

rj

16.

207

c.

iparutai
has

the

iv

rrjv

l^Xoij'i

""^v)(r)v

Br) rrp"ra

fiev

^ovKoXiKrfv

KoXd-

rfi Be vefipiBa

Kijpov,

Be

dva

trdaai;

r)fiepa";

fi6"rxpvdpeiyevvrjTov
opviOcavopeLav veorrow.
8. 21
KaXdfiovs cw"i, so Theocr.
ffipiyy'^x" ivnaipwvov, usually only
reeds
seven
were
employed.
avd
irdoras, the sing, would
be
more

common

cf.

c.

19

Avd,

Zuriir^,Plat.
phrase.

Symp.

irav

^os.

rustic drinking
a
Kurcrtiptov,

10.

same

t^s

koI

Kal

tiixo'To
iKelvris
"v
16
alf
TjSiai
vi/ieadai, 4. c.
iaSloLfU Kal ^iWa
yev6ii(rot vbav
0-1)^17705 Kal
T^s Ai"t"vidos dKoiiav
iv' ixelvifi/"/i6nevos.

dxpCSa, cf.

ovofiara,

"rTe"j)avovdvdrjpov 4) fifjXov

avry

Bidj^pvaov

c.
all, cf. 2.
Kal
yeviaOai irol/ivia

ra

^o'Trep yeypafifievov
xP^f'"' W
vofii^6fievo";
"f)iXo";
rov
Aa'^i/tfiev

diraXov

rvpov

ra

avpiyya

oXiyov, rfj XXoj;

Bo"; rjiieXei Kar

Ad"f"vi,v

rov

vratSo? KaratftpovijiTai

^la.

rj

'X^aXKm BeBefievov;dvrl

evvea

Kal

epya

Ad"pviBo"i""?

tov

KaTepydaatrdai BwpoK

Kal

to,

BiayevofievcovfidXXov

eyvm

otpaiov

koX

eKeivrji;
t?)? ^fiepa";epmTiKW

Bieredt],irXeiovcov

fiov";

jSovKoXof,

rpdyov dvifi7]"rdfievo';
dpTiyevetoii

rov

koX elBm^
fieipaKi(TKO";

ev6v"!

Be

AopKnov

ovofia.

eptoToi;

eXeyev, iTTi^ijTOvaa to

eiraff'^^e,TOiavTa

properly
wreaths

of
round

ivy

wood

or

it,cf. Eur.

bowl

with

Cycl.

ivy
390

DAPHNIS

IS]

14,

breathe

might

of his herd, that


make

to

in

will

Who

feed

trouble

lull

to

Alas, my

eyes

it

in

chirps
she

for

the

forth

burned

by

with

bound

Daphnis,
a

her

wild

goblet
some

now

but

daily

chaplet

flowery
a

of

calf

and

forest

Kiaaov

grotto

with

its song

for

much

Daphnis' sake,

and

with
valued

offered
a

or

bird.

on

of
And

of

love.

And

for

fresh

stolen

young
Chloe

who

3.

them

nine

Chloe
a

festal

Bacchante.

milk
he

cheese,

the
not

of

brought

and

from

knew

reeds

nought

later
side

his

brought

made

mountain

in

maid

fit for

apple:

day

the

with

pipe

Chloe

ruddy
the

win

first he

he,

that

thought

to

the

day by day

ever

friend, soon
to

from

he

bright hues,

cowherd
from

and

wax,

the

plaints

goat

Daphnis

of

her

But

cheeks,

And

lieu

in

for

his

name

shepherd's

caught
brood

of

love

and

Chloe;

Tapider' et's eSpos


rpiSv ir^x*'"'' /Siflos5^ Tcaadpwv
iifmivero. So in Latin, Verg. "c/.
ffKi"pos re

will

your

his

on

force.

dappled

Dorcon,

And

Who
so

fiercely,and

more

brass

all

fawnskin

no

with

the

for

love

Daphnis

gifts,for

lambs?

of love !

and

boyish
dint

gifts or

come

caught

Daphnis

power

with

the

for

your

name

of

glowed

heart

the

still soft

down

the

dear

me,

under

when

sufferings,alas

her

rescuer

knew
pitfall,

scorn

which

I have

threatening

poor

sleep by

knew

ever

with

my

fountain,

streams

fostered

one

vain.'

the

Dorcon,

his

up

sleepless now

are

Alas

15.

is

were

cruel

thy

bring chaplets

rear

to

me

in

maid

chirping locust,

the

before

rescue

will

Who

protection.
more?

not

Thou

death

27

gladly

me!

fair

Daphnis

how

tend

Though

will

ye

CHLOE

me

might

but

vain.

Nymphs,

on

caress

he

none

bathed

AND

the

gilded
nest

of

artful

36 pocula fagina...lentaquibus

tomo

hedera

facili super
vestit

addita

vitis diffuses

pallente corymbos...

THE

28

7]

he

Sdipa

he

e')(ai,pe,fMoXKov

ehei

Xctp^^ec70ai'Kai,
ep(OTO";

yiverai irore

epya,

KaWov;

ijhj}Koi

yap

epi"s,

koX

ihixa^e

XXo?;,

fiev

UXotjv.
viKT^cravTi"f)iXfj(7at

avrr)

^d(f"vivyv"vai,

AopKam

t^

ra

fiev

^cu^viht ei'X^ev

on

exO'tpev

[Book

Xafifidvovaa

re')(yr)"!ipaarov,

ovaa

aireipoi

OF

STORY

he

eKeiTO

he

A6pK"ov

virep

avrov

tt/jo?

to.

a6\,ov

rm

whe

vporepo^

eXeyev,
16.

'

koI
'"70), irapdeve,fiei^wv elpX Ad"j)viho";,

jSov"d\o?,

fiev

alymv

/Sde?"
he

irevr]';

vifiei he
p/qhe

""?

rotavra

Kal

AopKcov

Tidv, Kalroi

po?

yap

vdKiv6o";-

vdKivQo":

aKmirt}^ Kal

CO?

In

7Xu0di'oio

?\if

eiXeiTOi

de

Kar'

ayaWoiiiva

""'^
Sx"^'P""'^X"^^P^^"

airriiv Kapwif

KpoK6evTi.
^^^ repeti-

Kat

dXKa

Kal

ea-ri

Kal

at^
Kal

E/ac at^
tovtou?

avrStv,

fii)heo

on

he p,oi

6 rvpoi

dypoiKwv

ovro"!

Kal
he

rpdyo"s

rrKov-

Ai,ovvao";'

Kpeirrwv

ta?

'

rpdyov";,to?

yap

Kplvmv.

irpoyeveio'i

'

KeKovurfiivos-

he

air

elfu,

rt^ irepl fiiv X^^^V f^^Kiaabi, KuT"Tis i\ixP'^'^V


pierai i\j"68i.
iroTdadov

fi,e\a":

Ad^vni'

rpdyo";. dpKel

circum
est
ansas
pocula et molli
Macrobius
acantho.
uses
amplexus
i.
cissybium. Cf. Theocr.
17 /Soffi/
aSiX
Kifp^
Kiffini/SiovKCKKvaiiivov

i/iifiwes, veorevx^s,

/cal

Xeyovai,

6lvo"; \evK6";, oaa

Xarvpwv,

vv(To^

ovhev

dyeveio^

Krtjfiara.

fj,eXa";,Kal

Kal

ta?

ve/jLco

ifKeov

ro

6^eXla";

apro"s

altov

mv

ye

dTjpiov.

heivov.

6ha"

fierd ravra

fo)

yvvr)

oil

ravra
epi"^asvhia"f"epet.'

Ala.

rov

^oSiv fiel^ovai;

Kal

Tpdyovi,

oaov

"irvpp6";
to?

koi

edpe^jre/jLijrrjp,

Tpe"^eiv. el h\

Kvva

dveOpei^ev "airep

ydXa

dyeveto"seb?

hehcoKev, ovhep

yd\a

avrS

Kal
/jiLKp6"s

Kpeirrcov

roaovrov

eifii"?

dfjudcrdai,koI

e"rri

\uK09.

ft)?

Xew/ed?

Kal

depoi; fieWov
ouTO?

atVo'Xo?,

he

eyw

koI

Kal

A16Trvp-

XevKo";

of
Spis, like the poetical contest
in
Vergil's Eclogue 3,
shepherds
which
is rather personal.
Courier
oSu...,
16.
supplies
oduSe
Si Upa or
dSuSCus
"pa, cf. 4.
fiiv iffrvKoU oi irdvv
tois
38 tovto
The
Tfprrviviji'.
imputation is that
himself
infected
with
was
Daphnis
the
unpleasant smell of his goats.
tion,
emenda"ostoi5tovsPo"v...,many
tions have
been
suggested : perhaps
the

^.

DAPHNIS

i6]

IS,

of

traps

gladly
And

lover

for

when

him

the

and

case,

16.
cattle

the

as

suckled

mother
he

is

wolf:
he

grain

summer

in

stature,

he

herds

goat suckled

nanny

kid.'

dog

these

To

did

mother

and

finer

up

rear

of

them,

goat-limbed.

Cheese

I smell

not

wine

white

and

than

the

here

is

the

baked

bread

the

riches

and

hyacinth

Satyrs,

the

hyacinth

redhaired, aye, redder

is xal

hj^aS"

I IIdv...""v

Savbv
TO

descriptionof
o^cXCas, baked

the

and

own,

Toirov
oiSir

so

is

and

lily.

therefore

also

see

drink

countrymen.

24.

Greece,

roasted

on

haps
country

i.

p.

26

I in

is
This

more

and

red

plenty
store.

better
fellow

Xeirris,
the

In

wine

common

usual

modem
is perthe

in

districts.

trpoyivti.os,
as

is

bearded.

dffffa/Tjs
xai

cheap

however,

the

care,

dark, but

wolf, and

oXvos

of

goat

peasant's

"ir' airwv.

Tpayos,
his statue, 2. c.

X""K"is, Athen.

the

'

Dionysus
the

than

nanny's

kine, and

Dionysus

than

says,

my

have
a

poor

Pan, for all he

Si) \evK6s

spit.
otvos

of

as

So

are

^oav afui-

irXtov

or

than

fellow's

this

mean

rumour

goats

than

the

simplest

I/ocas'

reply

more

no

nay,

as

made

Zeus,

own

how

see

better

no

hair

my

smell

indeed,

than

than

darker

no

than

goats

too,

I am,

Beardless

is

is my

swarthy

the

as

goatherd.

and

But

rank

and

the

woman,

Daphnis

less

no

if

him, he

taunts

me

as

and

excel

beast.

; how

too

goats

keep

cannot

beardless

Chloe's

on

maiden,

sickle-ripe;

forest

up

judge

to

ruddy-golden

when

no

me,

and

love,

first.

cowherd

milk

of

flamed

kiss

Daphnis,

the

as

was

speak

than

goats,

is white

chosen

more

Daphnis.

tortures

was

prize

to

her

to

beauty

victor's

the

aye,

their

Chloe

taller

am

excel

skin

My

'

about

Dorcon

offer

feel the

to

Dorcon,

the

29

presents,

giftsto

was

dispute

fell to

It

lips.

in turn

and

the

had

now

too

hot

between

she

CHLOE

took

gladly

because

Daphnis

AND

in Theocr.

3. 9.

STORY

THE

30

e'f aaT6o"i

ft)?
TO

Be,

he

tovtov

crrofia,

Trapdeve,on

TQj

dvaTrrjirjaaaa
Be

irdvv

Be

ra

eyKtofMCp,

yeveCov Tpiyai;.

rov

Trepiefietvev, aX\a

f}v KoX

dWd
"fii\r)del";

ov

xal

Karei'X^e

pXe-rreiv

^avOrj, koX

on

KaOdirep ^o6";,Kal
Koi

Be irporepov

ovTe

oiiv Tpo"fyr)v7rpoae"f"epeTOirXrjv
ei

e^idaQi],ft-e^pi

troTe

irpoae^epeTO.

aiujirrfXo'; r/v

XaXierTepo'i,
apy6"! o
^fiiXTjTO Kal

YtvtCou Tp"x"is.so
5^

Theocr.

11.48

at
Tot
^y^c Bok^u Xatrtdrrepos
S' inrb T"vs.
clfi.ev...Kat6ii"vos

airbs

aXXd
the

Kal

others
17.

Smith
'

Kal,

No

and

write

editors

some

place
dXXd

it before
Kol

aSCSaKTOV

gives
doubt

an

she

Kal

a-4,while

d'Troyexxraadai,,

oaov

Bta^pi^ai

rov

tGjv

avpiy^' 'xXeopo-

17

'Avt.

ipOvqaov

(artav

Theocr.

5.

oix

ttjv

Xa;So5"ro
'xirpav,

Ipa/i"AKKliriras,

oix

132

irpiv

/le

CTOfia

UKpiBtov

t"v

cf. Eunic.

pc^pa,

to

alyStv Kt,vovfievo":'

Kal

Sri

remove

dXrfdS)^

")(p6vtov
"TreTnjpcofievoii.

t"v

eppiTTTO

avT7J";

irp"Tov 6(f"daX-

irpoTepov

irepiTTOTepa

ayeXr/'

r]

Be

fieydXot

XevKorepov

on

KTrjadfievo?,rtbv

TTOTOV,

rifvKOfirfv

xal

6(^6aXfiov";oti

irpoawirov

evOv^

XX.oi^i',^e'lrmv

irp"Tov

/lovf

Kai

Ad^vi";

KapBiav irdXXofievTjv

rr/v

rovg

ovv

fiev

epeoro";,

alr/SivydXaKTOf, Sa-irepTore

T"v

Tov

rb

AopKcov

oBov

fjOeXe rrjv

fiev

epvdrjfiarieTri/j/TrXarorare
idavftaa-e

are'xyov,

Brj^^el^cr/cvOpcoiro^
rt?

iyfrvx^fo Koi

"jToXKaKii

KoXr]'

rjaOelaa

jxev

fiev koI

yfrvxrjv Oepfiavai Bwafievov.

axy-irep

fie/jLvrjao

^tKr)(Tai Ad"f"viv,

dBiBaxTov
i"j)i\7jaev,

avrov

dXryijaa^ direBpafie ^r)T"v aXXrjv


Be

to,

iroOovaa

(^tXet?

ical el

aXKa
edpeyjrev,

TrdXai

[Book

ifiov fiev
(f)i\eiv,

a-e

irotfiviov

XXoij

ri

Sey
itrl

rav

"re

Ovxed'

17.

k"v

yvvij.

OF

i(f"l\a"rft"v

fatrui'

Ka9c\ol"r'.

d"|"6aXfuiv5...poos,this

(tfs.

otcxvov,

Mr

interesting note.
him
by the

took

recalls

favourite

always
jSofflirK,
usually of Hera.

phrase
epithet of Homer,

used

of females, and

|8o0s(as tTnros,see
of saluThis mode
L. and
S. IViros, vi.) in composition
tips of his ears.
tation was
called x'^f^' the pot-kiss, signifies
size,cf. bull-frog,bull-trout,
the
double
handles
of
to
alluding
a
bull-head, horse-laugh, horse-play,
IirxoKoj"horse-bean,
pot. In after times it took the name
liririKfniiivos,
of
the
Florentine
kiss,' osculum
8apos.
riorentinum.

See

L.

and

S.

repov

TOiavra

18.

'Ti

Se

TO

i"f"iXi](ra
ipi^ov;,
Koi

Tov

dpa

ovofia.

icaiV7)";,

oSv

diredavev

ovK

j;?

olov

aKfid^ei

dXiXa

to,

ia

fiev

fiapaiveTatf.dpd

fiov

oi

to

fie

al drjSove^,

epi"f"oi,
Kayto

ov
aTe"f"dvov";

Kayoa

vdKivdo"s

dvOel, Ad"pvi"{

AopKiov

koi

oiBa

fieXXowa

aKipT"aiv

koL

eiTrelv

olov ahovaiv

avdij,

to,

oiiSe

XXd?;

olov

ifiT]trvpiy^ aiwira.

irXeica).

Be

voaov

r)

^iXrjaai, OeXto.

ttoXw

o/iw?

i^dXXeTai

Trvevfia,

to

apTiyev-

aKXd
e-xp-pLcraTO'

AopKwv

"f)ap/j,dKcov
eyevaaTO

"j"i,XeLV
; TTfi)?
Kadrffiai.

ov

'^^'X'?'^*'

TroX\a/ct?

i^lXrjcraaKvXaKa";

iKirrjBafwv

r)

ft) viKTj";
KaKrj";.

iyevero,

xripimv yKvKvrepov,

arofia

TroWa/ct?

fioaj^ov,

KapZia, TrjKerai

avTrji;

/ieXt.TT7)"!
iriKpoTepov.

"j)iXT]fia
Kaivov.

TOVTO

he

Kal

diraXmrepa

"l"iXr}/ia
KevTpov

v";toi"?

fi6vo";air

XXorjv

fiovrjv

X\6r)"!ipyd^erai (jtCXTjfia;
%6t\7?

fie

TTore

poBwv

depLvrj^. eh

e'iiroTe

[BOOK

aireXripet'

avrov

Trpo?

fjLev

ical

\aKo";.

OF

"^v Troai

"TTpoatoirov

TO

e^vyvero

rj

STORY

THE

32

evfiopt^ojepo';

'

6(pOrj(reTai
;
19.

ToiavTa

^SeXTtoTO? Ad^vK

ola

Trp"Tov

6 he

AopKcov, 6 ^SovkoXo?,

TOV

ApvavTa

fiev

evefiev'

this

point

the

old

have

the

use

ends

of

other

the

at

and

we

erriiia KT|pC"iiv'yXvK^cpov,

Solomon
thy lips
Song
4. 1 1
the
Theocr.
honeycomb.'
drop as
I.
146 Tr\rip4sTOL /li'KiTOSt6 Ka\6v
arbiM., 06pin, yivovro, irXrjpis Toi

"rxad6v"i"'.
t^x
ijiCKrina

'

Cf.

c.

KapSlav

25
Kal

eXeyev,

Kal

Xoymv.

"f)vXd^a"}

epacTTj^,

Ttv"v

yevvtK"v.

^tXo?

icai

fjviKa

wv,

dp^dfievo^ eVe/SoXe Xoyov

MSS.

of

epycov

koi

irXr/criov KX'ijfiaT0";,

irdXai,

he

TOiavra,

18.

SiSojat

hnevOev

lacuna

kol

6 t?)? XXot;?

TvpLaKwv

fieTa

elvat

S"pov

cjOmto?

(fivTov KaTopvTTOVTa

avTw

irpoaeiaiv

t"v

yevofievof

eiraaj(^e

ddxyei
uffirep

rd
t6

tovi
avTO";

irepl tow

pior

tii\i fiatve(r8aitroiel.
of
o-KvXaKas, generally the young
dogs, here of sheep or goats.
"Kin|Sql,Ar. J\^ui. 1391 oTfial yt
tc3k

vearipav

tos

on
xapBlas wtiSSji,

W|ei.
Mosch.
*jiap|iaKO"v,

2.

26

Kal

rjv

to
i0i\Ti "re ^iKijaai, ifievyc' Kaxbv
ivrl.
x^^ca
"pl\T)fia,to.
tftdpfjuiKov

Verg.

Aen.

i.

687

cum

dabit

am-

DAPHNIS

17"19]
bleached
talk

18.

What

'

than

bee-sting.

! But

languish

calf

which

with

victory,fraught
to

Did

rarely,I

Shall

Daphnis,

Chloe

his

by.

near

in

till he

And

then

and

be

found
he

came

offered

the

Dryas

t.

gone

25 for

general

is

an

which

yeviKwy
L.

for

emendation
conveys

; the

flowers

and

bloom

hyacinth

no

MS.

sense.

fairer

fade
'

I ?

than

plaints

are

of

goodly

love.

while
Mean-

passionate lover,
vineshoots
cheeses

he

had

is another

ship's
friend-

tended

sheep,

meaningless read-

ing, 7a^Kiii'.
dundant
^^-

TVpCirKUV Y'*'"^'"''''' yevviKlis


'noble,' here 'fine,' cf. 20 rvpois
ayaBois airo\("ras : so too yevvatos.
yenPlat. I^g. 844 E yeiivaXaaOxa.
riKwn

died.

is mute

planting

Supov
3.

have

bearing noble
giftto Dryas for old

veneno.

Compare
similarity.

poison-

up

There

19.

the

Oh

name

very

some

pipe

my

Chloe's

dulcia
figet,
plexus atque oscula
occultum
inspires ignem fallasque

days

to

again.

the

fruits of

when

in

and

gave

she would

and

by

sake

taste

found

untried

Dorcon,

time

hand

his

her

violet

the

pangs

the

tasted

cowherd

the

bided

the

were

he

as

then

Dorcon

Such

19.

kids

I, hapless Daphnis, droop and

and

in full blossom,
away.

chaplets :

no

weave

the

Dorcon

pangs

I sit listless

and

merrily,

frisk

fiercely

more

I kiss

spellere she kissed me ? Nay then


The
nightingalessing sweetly,yet
kids

me

kiss ! I pant, I tremble,

strange

me.

in

is sweeter

I kissed

yet fain would

and

it is unknown

of

the

mouth

he

sighs.

wrought

burns

have

is Chloe's

different

how

us

kiss

kiss

often

and

lambs

new-yeaned

fatal

How

full of lover's

Chloe's

her

would

alone

rosebuds, her

but

honeycomb,

the

has

33

Chloe

lipswere

his

than

softer

CHLOE
with

change

lips are

than

summer

her

apart from

Her

in

grass

AND

n-

Theocr.
So

itvai SCSoxri,note
elvai in imitation

in

20

7. 29

Suxe
letxijioK
^eivri'iov
unraaev

Latin,Verg.

sui dederat

the

.^^k.

re-

of Homer

5.

monimentum

elvai.
etvat.

538 ferre
pignus

et

amoris.

cv^PoXe...,cf.

3.

c.

29

^/i/SiiXXet

Xi7oi' wepl yd/iov.


3

THE

34

STORY

TTJv X\oi7? yd/jLov. Kai, el \afi^dvoi yvvaiKU,


Koi

fieyaXa,

[Book

OF

Bwpa

ttoWo.

fiovKoXoi, eTrtjyyiWeTO' ^evyo^ 0oeSp

""?

dpoTrfpov,afirivr] rirrapa fie\iTTwv, (fivrdfirjXe"vnevTr)dvd irdv


Sep/ia ravpov
fi6"rj(pv
Kovra,
re/teti; viroBijfiaTa,
Seiv 6
yd\aKTo"s Seo/ievov ""rTe fUKpov
ero?
fiijKert
0e\y(0elvroit
SdopoK iireveva-e rdv ydfiov. ivKoi
Se, m?
KpeirTovof rj -jrapdevoq
d^ia vvfi"l"lov,
voj]tTa";
Beia-a"s,
dvrjKeaTOK irepiiriffT),
trore
tov
KaKOK
firj ^copadei";
kuI
ydfiov dvevevcre Kal avyyvdfvuv e'xeiv yrtjaaro
Apvav

T6

ovofuuTdevra Scopa

ra

irapTgrrjaaTo.

^exnepa's hrj Siafiaprmp 6 AopKtov iX.TriSo'ixal


Sta
fidrrivTvpovi; dryaOoi)^diroXiaa^
eirieyvw
^(eipwv
20.

deadai

rfj X\oj7

"nap

novy

ivl

"qp.epav

irorov

Se

Ad(f"vi";,
irore

Xvkov
irpiirovcrav.

fiowv fiaxofJLevo^

Twv

irpo
eretve

fieyaXov

tw

voBa^
ep-irpoa-Oiovi

TO

aKeireiv

'xaa/jLa

2.

c.

note

see

3.

optat.

There

II,

3.

the

after

4.

c.

in

cases

instead
tense.

i.

t.

31,

24.

ovo)ia(r6evTa,see
c.

subj.
historic

an

similar

are

iS^Xyero,

25

c.

d^X|ei Apdavra.

note

irtpiir""rg,

c.

Kap^arlvas,

on

3.

Suipa a

27

u.

of

avrov

livoyueifeTO,
3.

25.
20.

to

her

win

ScvT^pas,he
Chloe's

that

Daphnis.

he

vras

love
a

had

first

hoped
by persuading

better

match

than

ft"9

evi

iroi/iivi

ravpov

irore

Sie(f"6eipe,
irepi-

Kepacri

X^P"'''
Kal

tov

t'

tow?

***'

tou9

aTOfjuaro';

dvSpoi

Ke(}"aXi}v,
wcnrep

ttjv

3.

6cXx6cfei see

rot?

ov

on

/jtev

re')(Tn)v

hepfiaXa^wv,

a'xpi, irTepvr}";

Kpdvo"i. iK6r)piwaa"!Se
S4p|ia,

iiriTexvaTai

etfyijirXwa-Oai
rat?

axeXeaiv

rot?

dyeKa";,iroTe

voBijpe^ Karavariardfievo^'cb?

ermpMTi

Karoiriv

irapa^vXd^a^,

tA?

ayovai
Trat?,

r]

Kal

yevofievrj,

o-ttXatov

fidXiaTa TraparyC-

irap'iJiupav,here

'

on

alternate

days.
and
iroinivi irpftrov"rov, this
similar
expressions are
continually
recurring, cf. c. 3 fin., l. 6 fin.
Observe
the
slovenly expression
iiriTcxviraiTix'WXvKov
Sip)iia XapiSv, cf. Verg.
.^^".
11.
679 cui pellislatos umeros
pugnatori operit,
erepta iuvenco
ingens oris hiatus et malae
caput
dentibus
texere
lupi cum
albis, Eur.
Rhes.

Sopiw

208
kbX

'KiKuov

aii"plvwtov

ajf/onai

x^"'f""'Oripis dfi"t"i/u^

2o]

and

at

ever

win

his

last he

spoke

her

his

as

of

and

sturdy

shoes

by

every

year

these

vows,

himself

bethought

then

; and

wooer

he

And

had

besides

plan

turn

to

water,

four

hives

hide

passing

he

be

give
of

So

bees
stout

charmed

nigh agreed, but


of

worthy

was

craving pardon

refused

nobler

thrown

tripped and
his

and

suit

had

paws

over

down

to

it

though
'

be-wolfed

kCHKoi^

fitfiTitrofiaL\ijKov

K^Xevdop

KaBapiwaai
TTOvv

Apuleius

idois Svaeiperov.
about

story
in

robber

the

Pastor

disguisesherself

Fido
as

2,

wolf,

to

adds

Smith
4.

has

torn

was

Mr

pieces by dogs.

sought

dressed

who

and

bearskin

then

rerpatroKe-

Dorinda
and

troubadour

B.

the

flocks

neatherd's
his

stretched

rare

his

over

the

Vidal

for

legs

gaping skull,

And

in consequence
ment.*
"os"

for

day,

and

in its

helmet.

xepiriirpotrBiav

re

alone,

guarding

ones

his head

he

feet,folding the front

back

the

bull

warrior's

and

KuiKa

xal

of

wolf),

his

to

casing
a

were

himself

pdatv

Bjiaii)Kapf

and

and

heel

the

down

hands

his

the

killed

back

and

drive

worthy

trap

and

for

Chloe, would

now

when

her

huge wolf-pelt (a

gored

limbs

over

win

time;

all in vain

and

watching

; so

nay

second

cheeses

and

woo

contrived
took

heifers

to
or

foiled

good

two

Daphnis,

he

He

Dorcon

was

would

now

brain.

In

would

well

be

now

she

by

'

he

calf

had

maid

feared

lost

was

whether

up

bull's

to

thus

20.

his

'

he

should

proffered gifts.

the

as

plough,
weaned

the

he

more,

deadly fall,so

it

the

should

If he

unstinted

herdsman,

any

for

and

apple grafts,a

and

Dryas

was

to

35

wedding.

wife, noble

oxen

fiftyyoung

for

CHLOE

Chloe's

of

honour

gifts,an

yoke

AND

DAPHNIS

19,

thus

spring

was

of

ware,

where

hunted
similar

see

L.

he

down

"xperiand

S.

i!)s,_

in.
^

avSpos ottXCtou, see


yipovros avBpiSnrov,4. c.

note

8.

8vi, for hean.

the

3"2

on

verav

irpos

fiera

ttjv

eXaOe

TOO

irdvv

UKavBaK,

T07ro9

ivravda

Xo'xwv.

Trjv

iroTov

aVyei Koi,

mpav

AopKwv

irpo^ara

to.

rffj^v f) irr)yr) Kat


/3droi,vKol apKevu"p

aKoKvfioi'; ijypimTO' paoia)";

koI

aktjOivo^
Tov

7ra9

ai

eirtvov

KoiXri Be

ev

vofJLtfv.

"jreplavTTjV
rwireivy

Trrjy^v,
^?

Tr)v

[BOOK

OF

STORY

THE

36

av

eKei

Xvico^

Kav

Kpv'^a"seavTov
eTrerijpei
eKiriha
Koi
iroXkrjv e1')(ev

Xafielv rat?
X^P""^ '''V^ XX6r]v.
(j)0^ijcra";
Xp6vo"; 0X1709 Siayiverai, xal ^Xorj Karij^avve

ayT^iiaTi,
21.

ayeXa9

Ta9

et9

irT^yrjv KaTdKnrovcra

rrjv

"f)vWdSa j^Xapdv KoirrovTa


KoX

vofirjv.

oi

Tol";

ola Srjkvvwv
alywv iirofievoi,

Twv

AopKcova

TOV

Kivovfievov

ev

Kal

\vKov'

kutu

eKeno
"jipovpovfievo";

X\oi; Tr/309

Te

AopKtova

KUTa

Trjv

iieya

oBovTiov
7rTe\ea9

at

efi^oXai,Kal

iireiracrav'
iroift.eviKrjv

fjMTcav

Kal

nr/p"v

viro

oZv

eTrel
X6)(jj,r)'

hi
tov

8e

i]

Ad"f)Viv

Bip/na tov

to

^OTjdelv

Mcereue
olfieo^a';

tou9

Ta')(^ea""; rifiepcocrav,

direvi-^av Ta

irrjyrjv

tt)

irepur'irwvTe';

Kwei

f^ev

Ad"f)viv'IjSr}
irapovTa.

TOV

Te

dvaaTrjvaL

tov
BiaTapa'x^deiaa

dvaKXrjo-ei avvr)Qei

Kt/vaii

eirl

Te

avTov,

Kal

Koprjv

ev

deav

0)9

SepfiaTO'}eTria-KeirovTO';

tov

vtto

TrpmTtjv

rjTTTOVTo

awfiaTO'i
TTjv

ttjv

o\a"";

Koprji;

mpfirjaav

Sep/iaro?. Te""9

aiwirmv

^oTjObv o'i

i/cdXeb

irplv

tov

ical
alBovfJ,evo"s

eXeyxov

pivrjXao'tai';
irepiepyia,

vKaKTrjaavTe^

irepia'XpvTe';,

eKirXrj^iv,eSaKvov

rrjv

fiera

Trjv etriOea-iv t^9

7rpo9

iriKpbv fidXa
tfyapda-avTe^,
67rt

ipii^oiiTpo^rjv

Trpo^drtov iiri^vKaKe';Kai

t"v

01

Kvve";,

Aa"f"viv

tov

/jtev
tov

Br)
Be

dyayoVTe^
dofiav BeBr/yfievov

B^yfiara,

iva

rjaav

t"v

Bia/juKTarjadfievot
^Xotov ")(X(0pov
direipiaii
re
ToXfirjepeoTiKwv

iraiBiav

vo/ii^ovTe";
rrjv

eiri^oXrjv tov

/Sdrois,
"Kdv8ais, prickly
ipKeiffif,juniper bush;
thistle ;

brambles;
CKoM/Mis,
21.
c.

io

edible

thistles.

cf.
"("vXXd8a \yiMf"a,v...,

(pvWaSa

xXw/'o"

lKOTrTev...ToU

2.

ri"o"p^v.
ipl"poi,5
The
al...^u|"vXaKES, as in MSS.
for reading iirl ^vXaKitv
arguments
the
on
ground that iirupiXaKcs is
natural
it is as
weak:
ott.
Xey. are

21]

20,

the

DAPHNIS

full

This

AND

in

growing

juniper, a

here

hid

he

hope

fresh

green

the

snarls

threatening
him

round
could

bit

the

trusting

in

silent

his

in

Daphnis

off the

pelt

bawled

Daphnis

who

quickly

called

had

donning
word

as
uses

of

where

wild

odora

canum

SSaKvov
with

and

the

dogs'

iirupvKaTToi.
4. 132

genitive.

be

to

him.

infr.

icard

tore

and

8. 29
bark

"

maid

and

And

they

leading

spring they
fastened, and
elm

they

bark.

held

44

healing
by being

that

says
elms

chewed

his

shepherd's

some

of

the

then

then

fresh

wounds

see

glance

Plin.
Sia|iacra-i|"rd|icvoi,
24.

Aen.

vis.

Kard...,

the

hardihood

hide

and

hounds

the

of

fright

crouched

first

the

had

teeth

with

his

limbs, and

to

he

as

circling

he

the

help

kids.

shame

very

now

paste

lover's

beast's

in

the

flocks,

and

at

arm

the

wolf

quieted them,

and

flock

his

attack

hide

's

to

leg

iTi"ppovpo!.
eirirripriT'/is,

cf. Verg.
pivT]Xaa-Cais,

but

up

of

ere

the

Dorcon

pounded

little of

knowing

And

in

with

them

terror

hastened

torn

full

cutting

the

hide

of

rescue

dogs

and

scenting

first for

in

on

wolf:

for

piteously besought

off the

bites

the

smeared

Plato

and

sorely

bathed

the

were

At

Chloe

fastened

and

cowherd

to

fodder

to

the

shelter

stout

lair,but

called

Dorcon

feet.

left

restless

he

through

his

regain

had

sprang

though

him

low-

watering,

guardians

their

maid,

as

she

faithful

with

and

driving her

came

evening

as

of

and

Chloe.

Chloe

the

Dorcon

out

towards

crept

he

dogs,

the

tracking

food

forest

hour

thirst.

thorns

thistle

any

the

Daphnis

spring, and

leafy

soon

and

of

for

master

passed

the

to

wait

to

terrifyand

Time

down

And

himself

to

21.

likely lair

their

with

overgrown

wilderness

37

slaked

sheep

hollow

threatening brambles,

of

and

pastured goats

spring lay

CHLOE

up

foliage

useful

were

and

JV. H.

the

were

into

for

prepared
a

paste,

dXKa
op'fi"T0evTe"i,

ovBev
Sepfiaroii,
Koi

6 fiev

Kal

kivBvvov

xal
a-"fia,6 Be Ad(f"vi"!

vvkt6"}
fJ'S'X^pi

atya";koi

Ta^

\vkov

t)

ai
TapwxjBelffai,

ardvroDV

ra?

BevvTO

vtto

ei"ito?
lyywv evpL(TKOVTe";,

^adiiv
eKOup.rjd'qa-av

vvKTot

tov
Xvirri'i "f"dp/iaKOP

irdXiv
i'7re\dov"rTjv
iXv-TTOvvTO

yBeaav,
Be

e^eKae

Ti,

tov

oti

fiovri"s

ai0i"i Be

ea'xpv.

ij/iepa?

lBovTe";,
o

r^yvoovv

(fyiKTjiia,
ttjv

fiev
Kai

avTOVi

twv

ipooTiKTJ^

t^9

rpvyovv, ede\6v

fiovov

dr/rmXeaev.

Be XovTpov

Kal

e/c

eKeivi]^

riywyov.

irapairX-^aia.ey(aipov

eiraa'xpv

tovto

avTUK

TravTtov

virvov

KafJiaTov

diraWayevTe^,

BeKovai.

Tt

BeK.yeo'uaikoX

Tore

eVavXet?

Be

etreirat-

KaiTOiye

Savep Xaya)?
/ji6\i";,

koX

Xtjdtjvive^aXe.
(fyo^o-s

vXaKTrj-

dveBpafxav,ai

crvpiyyi

dXKa

'^ap

vtro

kvvodv

twv

irerpai}

koX

ireideffdat
"^covfi

Koi

j(eip6";
TraTwy^ vvWeyeirdaf

TTj'i

o-uWe'/oi'Te?.

KareBpa/iov.
OaXdrrrji; aiiTrji;
Trji;

fievpi

iOepdireve

orofiaTOis,

ot?

eh

p,ev

icab

HiXoiq Kd/juiToviroXiiv eff^ov

koI
Bipfiaroi TrrorjBeicrai,

rov

ikdciv

roa-ovrov

trapci

icvv6";,"paaiv, ov

a-"i"6el"}
ex
TO

"Trapafivdrftra/ievo

koI

Tivb'i ^6{pa7o)7^"rai/Tes
dveTrefiyfrav.

/ie^p*
22.

[Book

OF

STORY

THE

38

tov

rj mpa

eTov"i.

'Hpos

23.

riBr)reKi)

ovv

axfirj, BevBpa

ev

KivSvvou

22.

cf.

6"6v,
2.
ri\0e KaKoS.
ow

XvKov

covering
Cf.

Hor.

ereptus
fable
which

c.

of

iraptitoo-oOtov
irafA

19

anything
Epod. 2.
Cf.
lupo.
the

the

wolf

wolf

and

vel

to

haedus

also

Aesop's

the

crane,

in

to

give

refuses

promised reward
extracting the bone

re-

unexpectedly.
60

the

from

crane

saying

that

the

his

head

at

31

lupo

agnum

might

crane

fortunate

have

to

all.

Plant.

consider

withdrawn
Poen.

3.

5.

eripere postulant,

agunt.

nugas

KBeXdv

n,

similar

passage

simple

very

for

emendation

iBeXoiiH.

cf.

kf^, pMv oSv,

the

255

for

Acoi

o98'

his throat,

"""dirra

oBfi'q,
repirvi}Be

oircopai

himself

ToffovTov

i.e. of

(rTo|MiTos,

(K-

Be

'"^'^''

Xtjioii;' '^Beia

iv

ireSia

Kapiroi^,

fJXV) yXvKeia

TerTiycov

fiev

ev

depov";dpxv

koX

fxti ippiaai.

otov

neat

For

Plat.

iriwovBep

and

Phaedr,

di

diropet*

oTSev

o6i

'

THE

40

STORY

e'iKacrev
"jToifivCav
fiXrj'XT].

aSeiv

rfpefia

TvaiP

peopra^
Koi

e/jiTrveovrai

rbv

kol

av

ive^aive,koi

ttotc

evhoOev
Kal

ot?

alyuv

T"v

ydXa

TO

TTTfr^vvaa

el SitoKoivro'

heival yap

he

ivTevOev

yavXov

Tov

Adcjjvihoi;
ttotov

avrov

Kal

rbv

he

f)

are^avov,

evehvero
yvfiv"o6evTO"i
Kal

TTore

in 3.

so

aSi

y\v

Tt\va.

/icXiaSeToi,

weia-Q

iroAus

6 fier

Trirus,

ttotI

Mosch.

tois

(5.)

3.
a

uve/ios,

irlrvs

Aphrodite

usual
c.

33

or

Venus

presents between
*^
""'
Tdx"

sacred

were

and

KoXiv
note

lovers, cf. 3.

i^vXdrreTo

ri

"f"t,XT]a'a^

rrporepov

Kal

Xovo/ievov

rd"{ Ke"f"aXdidXXi^-

i.

3.

24

manibus.

statue
an

Frazer's

furtiva
In

cavis

Pausan.

and
34,
So

poma
1.

10.

of

Aphrodite by Canachus
See
apple in the hand.

note,

xal

yiXaKros
24.

t^9

u.

Propert.
5

diro

ipwriK^ iroLnivi
TovTO...^A"t"poSlTTi,
3.
next
chapter, c. 24.

see

dabam
a

r"v

mero

/uav

lajXov
on

and

ve^pihi

ev

Tf)vttLtvv

Kal

otvov

were

ihmv

aiirr/^iXri"Ta"ra. "^St)

holds

liTJXaipuvra, apples

6 he

avrov

Kal

irporepov

c.

Kal

ovv

p,ev

iadfjra

^det.
to

fjLera

icoivov

opStaa tov
firfhev
errjKeTO

rbv yavXov
6

^iBiputpa xal

to

irlrvi,ahrb\Q,

TroYoiirt

ti

Kai

yvfivov

earet^avovro

rrjv

24
irpdst4s

a/uWiifi^vos
iffipij^cv
Theocr.

yap

KaXXo'i

dXX'"]Xov";
e^aXov
/iijXoi';

vCtvo-iv,

rais

irpoa-coirov

to

ydXaKTO^

57 /lev

dvrpq) l^iv/MJimv
opdv.

rw

oaKeiv

ve/Spihie^oavvvro

ttj

opeyovcrav

avro";

koI

fiefi-^aadaihvvafievq'

dprrd^wv
Ke"l"aXrj(i

airoXova-afievr]

avrol^.

are"j}dvwttiti/o?

ev

ei%e

irovov

fiev

ai fivlai,
Xv7rr]"rai Kai

iveiri'irTeto

dvOovv

/U.E/30?

dfieX^ai,ra"i

to

fiera

to

w?

eirivev,

ei%e-

aXcoa-i";
6"f"6aX/iiS)v

Ad(j)vivetr

i')(6v(ov

t"v

r5"v
eyivero rjhri
iireXdova-'iji;
fietrrjfi^plat;

he

T^9

Trora/iou?

row

koi

ovv

fiev

Koi

iirl iroXv

o'ivov Kal

dvaTrXtjaaaa

rov

24.

he

XXorj,

TToWas,

Ta?

"

to

he

17

ecrreipavovTOKXdhoK,

mTvo";

Be

irore

idripa' iroXXaKif

a-^eawv.

Kavfia

el"i

iri-

xafiaX xav

iriirTeLV

airaaiv

eXovero,

fiev

Toii'ievhivevovraf

avpLTTeiv Tai";

cfKohveiv.

irdvTa^

6d\'ir6fJ.evo";
Ad"f)vi";
tovtoi's

iroranov"i

tow?

avefiovi

/irjXa ipmvra

ovra

[Book

koI

tk

tov?

to,

TjXiov ^tXoKaXov

OF

^'

Koi

TiiXaKTOs,
olyov

and

avSovv, for

MSS.

cf.

c.

10

note,

^Trai'doSi'.

23,24]

DAPHNIS

sounded

the

seemed
the

gentle

soft

music

sake

and

into

by

And

and

water

cool

milking

the

face

and

with

the

milk

would

chained

of his

beauty

grace,

while

her

midday

bowl

Daphnis

in turn

with

for

his

one

the

crowned
raiment

And

they

Theocr.
puelia,

H6\i"t"aiJie,to

6.

Cf.

Verg. "cl.
petit,lasciva
jSdXXei toi,

rol/iviov d

were

sight of Daphnis

she

bloom

the

at

faultless

his

there

stood

TaXdrew

the

Nymphs

garland

from

her

himself

with

it,and

clad

and

herself

the

combed

seenoteonrovro
|MJXoLs...2P"iXov,

'A-tppodlTii,
3. c. 24.
Galatea
malo
me
64
3.

of

sometimes

apples, then

each

in

the

snatched

kissed

and

Daphnis.

of

towards
as

wine

from

he

and

part

gird her

the

Then

pine

his

bathe

and

with

the

yearned

to

and

vex

with

amazed

was

task

would

she

at

after

too

long

eyes

of

draughts

flies would

bowl

darted

pine-branch chaplet offering him


beheld

bathing.

was

heart

he

the

often

the

on

himself

they

as

pine-branches

drew

limbs

and
her

of

for Chloe

fancied

grotto.
kissed

other

and

had

of their

Chloe

within.

flocks

for love's

threw

great

cooling draught

as

fawnskin

fish

drain

fillingthe

the

and

the

and

murmured

love

aglow,

Afterwards

and

breast

chase

wreath

all

flames

the

share

the

streams

ground

for very

cheeses, for the

for

fawnskin,

bared

with

of

wind

to

the

pines

the

to

would

if chased.

And

24.

Even

limbs

to

or

burning

milk

41

in the

his veins

he

dams

sting sharply
her

bathe

the

the

breezes

men's

Daphnis,

sometimes

to

curdle

the

bared

to

flocks.

apples dropped

sun

streams
:

of

the

as

the

CHLOE

they passed by laughing merrily

as

breath

the

beauty.

of

bleating

sing

to

AND

and

in

decked

fiiXouriv,5.
rbv

alirSKov

ap.

Laert.

triiS' cl niv

3.

the

each

he

other
other's

/xdXom
So Plato
KKeaplara.
^aXKa "re
32 rif n-fjKif

88
a

Chloe

it while

pelted

one

and

head

/SaXXet

eKovffa

irapBevlrisnerdBm.

^iXf(S
The

xal

"

/lie, Be^aiiirq

Scholiast

THE

42

Xeov

SiaKpivovreiras

eKoafiriaav

aev

avrov

ttjv

on
avTi}";,

"jrpoaaTTOv

Kal avpiTTeiv

avTTjv

Kal

iBoKei

T^?

a-vpt"fyo"!
25.

BiSdaKeiv

fiev

iraaav

firjXa

BeSoiKa'

avrfj

SdKvet

al

ovBe

d"f"V7rvia-a.
w
devBeiv
rraiovai
TovTov;

XdKwv

/laxopievot.
ov'X^

26.

Ev

dWh

to

has

word

oVto?

fj yeKiBwv

firi\oPo\eTv

on

r6 vfmvamv,
|jiif)X"a

Ar.

eTrofievT]
Nud.

eoiKira

Mr

recalls

Her

Anth.

Plan.

r/Bw^Ori

ovk

/lev

For

streaks

of

red

on

are

\a-

mingled

there,
Such

as

(The
XcvkSv
H.

L.

are

Cath'rine

side that's next


Kal

59

IvcpcvS^s,
(58) fi/cpo 5^

pear

the

sun).

Musaeus

x""'^"'"'

cheeks

so

wapetdv us pdSov
iropipvpioii ipoail(ra"To xixKa
vaiSa
Ik
koMkuv
KvS'^pris,
SiSvii^xpoo"- Cf. X"uSuckling's poem
:
\fVKoir6p^vpos.
KipvSpos,XcvxSirvppos,
rare

white

hrirpsnev,
see

was

II.

on,

No

tov

ttj^

koKttov

eSpo/ievlySov

nifKouTiv
Smith

oc
SeiXoTepcav,

el"itov

KaTeireaev

'

210

Kepaai,

\6yot"s,
tbtti^ ^evymv

avTov

iiri TropvtSlov
and
ff/fhif/3Xi)deis
tA
els
firpiopoXeiv
y"p
^Xc^ok
says
t6
SeXeal'eu'. ^irci xal
""t)poSl"ria
iarlv
ju^Xoi' A"l"poSiTi)S
lepbv.

12.

Ka-

avTrjv

Tpdr/oirot?

01

dXmireKwv

997

4.

to

axrirep

rjprraaav.'
ToiovToi"i

Kal

Kal

Xvkoiv

XeXtBova dtjpdaaiOeKovaav
XXojj?*

^i\y)a-aifiev

edaovcriv

ovk

ovBe

crTOfia.

to

aiiTrjv
p,^ ^iXTjcrai;

Be Kal

TeTnycov.

rij(pvvTe'i.

fieya

vTretfydeyyero'oloi

'KojQj.at.aWa
6kv"

"

fjLTjBev
'

ripefia

^i\i}fiattjv KapBiav Kai,

to

fieXi,fiaiveadaiiroiet

veov

Karavvara-

Karaffe/ievo^ttjv

Be dirotrvel

6"j)0a\fioLolov
ToiovTov,

fj XXoi;

ola
aTrKijcrTa)^,

e^Xewev

Kal

a/jta

eKaOev

Kal
Ad"l"vi"s

avTtjv

Kai
/lecrrjfifipivov

to

Kara,

avTov

"jia)pd(ra"}
tovto

KadevBovaiv

Bia

XX6i}v Kare^tXei.

alBov/xevoi,xal

TO,

ihihaoKev

r}v.

Be
"V7rpeir""!

a/iapTavovaav,

Be
2i'/otTTOi'T09

avpiyya,

Be iirfKu)to

kuI

"

aKia^ofievwv,
TToifivieov

^aaa.

ivepevOh

koi

dp'jrd^cav
t";v
ap^afievq'sifiirveiv,
KoXdfiov^ CTrerpe'xev
^(eikeaivouto?
tov';

rot?

avptyya

T"v

XevKov

eiKa-

17 fiev

koi

KOfiai;.

fiiXaiva,fivpToi"!,

on

ko/mtjv,

[Book

OF

STORY

daisy
(Who

makes
sees

comparison
them
is undone)

3=percurrere

L.

S.

and

labro.

unco
588 Pan
saepe
percurrit hiantis.

labro

^irtrp^u,
Lucr.
calamos

4.

24"26]

DAPHNIS

locks, Chloe

comparing

it

was

dark,

and

were

white

which
and

when

pipe

and

while

he

him

feigned

fair

25.
the

flocks
close

to

feast

when
his
How

'

the

sweet

kisses

her
like

strife

noisy
wolves

At

bird

ItdKuv

TO

and

13'

45

honey

So

soldiers

dropped
it up

snap

by

break

they
with

goats

their

."' Were

have

made

but

18

i;.

"pap-

Xen.

was

which

the

they

the
these

Anab.
drunk

sort

honey

4.

if
and

8.

they
mad

XdXcav

infra

"3

swallow

the

where

rapid wheelings

much,

some

'died

even

effects of it.

the

iriKpas

produced

took

by

bosom

its

in

from

There

chased

Chloe's

into

if

some

cf. Plin.yVl^.
11.^1.,

became

little of

would

they

as

in

the

or

grasshopper hotly

cf.
"^CXi))ia,
vfov

Will

waken

might

splintering horns

airiv.

" 77in Pontus

madness.

of

note.
TO

uinrep

not

Ka0'

to

SdKV"i

took

oiIt^,emended

Kal

25.

editors

10

this

could

notes,

kiss

my

madness

to

on

me

her, for

plunder long ago.'

for its prey

eager

too

apples,

kiss

to

and

eyes

than

fear

pipe

murmuring

twin

sweeter

his

aside

those

goad

and

foxes

as

their

26.

of

began

eyes

boldness,

all

I dread

shrill

laid

it he

yet

rose,

clash

and
bold

as

brawlers

of

their

and

Chloe's

breath,

heart

and

heat

shade

with

her

my

gave

noon-day

chattering grasshoppers

with

rest

the

slumber

briar

honey,

What

her

2i'

the

wound

fresh

her.

of

perfume

than

sweeter

the

sweet

right the pipe

the

in

marked

her

on

gaze

again

Chloe.

piping

Daphnis

the

seized

lips,and

his

note

pipe,

to

too

he

notes

with

false

kiss

was

the

cheeks

in her

her

taught

reeds

set
to

he

He

lay peacefully in

gently

to

excuse

While

to

the

over

tints

apple

breathe

to

43

myrtle-berriesbecause

to

found

red.

and

began

ran

hair

his

Daphnis

she

CHLOE

AND

rerrlyav,
XiKOjn

so

ivevpiffem.
Xvkuv..., rather

construction

comparison
genitive,

with

with

in

4.

depending

28

awkward

an
a

genit.
c.

genitive
on

of

another

THE

44

ySew,

Se

rat?

t"v
^oi^a-atra,

hova

^yjraro.

8e

57

irXTjaiovireT0/jL6i"7]V

en

yeX"VTa,

^o^ov

tov

Se

koX

Se

tow

Koi

%eA.t-

Trfv

Seei

t"

Ad(f)vivem

tov

OeXopTai.

e'7nj')(r)(rev
ofioiov

Kok'TTtov

ical

7rpa')(0ep,
fieya

to

ISovaa

iiravcraTO,

/lev

KadevBeiv

dtrifiaTTeveTi

elBvia

i^eOopev.

inrvtav

rav
Bia^iv yevo/iivt)

rr)v

ovk

[Book

OF

Sia

irrepv^iviyyv^

avTrjt;

irapeimv

STORY

6"j"daX/iov"!

rerrt^

t"v

e/c

%d.pi,vofioXoyovvn

ixeTy

Trj"}

Be

iraXiv
creoTrjpia?.

ovv

17

Adij"viiiyekaae.

koX

Trpo(^dae"o'iXa^6fievo"; KadrJKev

auTjJ? 6t?

aTepva

TO.

firjBeev

Temya

fieya

Trj Sefta

dve^onjo-ev

i^dyei

Koi
')(elpa";

Ta";

fieXTiaTOV

tov

f) Be ^Sero IBovaa

a-iairwvTa.

adOi'i eve^aXe

xal

Xa^ovo'a
e"\"i\r}"Te

Koi

"KXai}

t"

\a-

KoKirat

\ovvTa.

27.

"EiTepyfrev
avTOv";

Koi
wXt;? (J30ey^afievij.

Xkyei,Bihda'Kei

avTrjv

al

TTOVTO

/Soe? avTri"i

irX-qyy

X09

Kal

al

7rpo9

Kevrpov

IBiav

Kal

notice

the

the

not

L.

plural.
give various inespeciallyafter prepositions.

stances,

bf.

of

use

S. vTTvos,

Tuv

1.

ti

tt)9 17

t"v

evefie

Tldva
ov

erep-

KaXavpo-

ovTe

KaOiaacra
koI

^ov"}

inro

Ultvv.

tt/v

fiaKpdv

veficov

wapdevo^, "^iXoveiKri"Ta"s
dvrjp, riBelav to?

^o"v

oktod

Ta9

7rat9,

dpi"TTa"i

dyiXrjv 6eX^a"; dtre^ovKoX'qa'ev. dj^jdeTai


tj
^Xd^rj ttj'sdyeXtj's,
Ty
jjttj) t^9 mSrj";'Kal

Wvwv,

TOV

uncommon

and

"

fieXmBiav, /j,el^ovaw";

irapQevo';
Ty

26.

irpoa-^oXfj dXXa

KaX6";, wBiKb";

avTO'i

TTjv

TTjv

eve/nev

Trats

Kal

aSiK'q,kui

koI

apa

Trj /lovaiK^ Kal

dvTeireBei^aTO.
"j}covrjv
e"}

Be

y3oe9 t^ (f"avf}irapep.evov.

/Sou? Kal

KaXrj

ovtco

a-v,

ttLtvl yBe
(TTe^avaxya/j.ev't)

Koi

iTLTw

ovTe

t^?

Ad"f"vt'i
fjivdoXoywvto, 6pvXovfieva.

rfXiKia. ^v

ev

ovTa)"!

ex

fiaOeiv 6
^TjTOvcrrji;

t^? XXot;?

'^v Trap6evo"s,
irapOeve, ""?
TToWa?

tjjdTTa^ovkoXikov

iroTe

3,

KoXiruv,

we

have

the

word
instead
of
plural of the same
the singular in c. 31 and
4. c. 36:
also aripva infra,
so
cf. 4.
6|m"iov, adverbial,
c.
3
S/ioior,4. c. 8 Sfioioy.

26, 27]
swallow's

the

cheek, and
loud

and

Daphnis

shrilled

her

Daphnis
thrice
in

blessed

from
what

dove

as

you

fair

delighted

with

pine-tree

the

far away

maid,

forth
a

yoke

vied

boy's,

in

27.

the

rivalry

of

goodly

in 3.

heifers

grieved

c.

their
and

the

was

in music's

23

Daphnis

tended

into

man's,

lose

to

She

Pan

changed

Notice

Pitys

the
crook

crowned

Pitys, and
But

and

not

poured

away
with

his

her

kine

prayed

as

echoing

sweet

charmed
them

maid

gentle

sweetvoiced
her

the

four
own

and

gods

to

pine-tree,

irapejievov,

itCtw, ir"T"i,IICtw.

repetition.

as

fray.
tells

and

of

maid,

notes.

with

song

legend

and

fair and

as

asked

neither

Pan

sweet

spell he

story of Echo.

iiiro

the

So

the

she

in whom

with

of

it,

song

dear

damsel

sang

from

not

with

and

vanquished

be

she

trilling

again.

you,

pine-tree's shade

wreath

when

as

charge

the

its country

young

of notes, full toned

Sore

herd.

in

her

and

took

it back

maiden,

sweetvoiced

youthful cowherd,

flood

of

still

old-world

the

thanks

drew

it and

see

heart

in

and

placing

and

took

shriek

bosom

to

hovering

grasshopper

Chloe

chance

once

ruled

strayed

heifers

the

herd,

seated

but

goad,

nor

the

Chloe, and

she

she

did

told

still

suppliant

her

and

was

was

smiled

Daphnis
dove

too

of the

guardian
kine

The

'

like

from

charmed

by

say,

then

his

sleep with

fright she

ringdove cooing

near

it would

the

seized

she

once

wood

and

maiden's

her

swallow

and

again

little songster

And

27.

bosom

the

on

from

her

at

eyes,

once

And

the

the

saw

grasshopper

hand.

kissing

her

And

laughed

his

as

drowsy

sanctuary.

started

laughing

from

again

she

45

gently

unwitting

when

But

cry.

rubbed

for

all

CHLOE

brushed

wings

she

and

near

AND

DAPHNIS

r-apiveftov.

Huet

conjectured

46

THE

xal

oi 0eol

veidovrai,

irapdevov,/jLOVtrticriv
vvei

iKeivrjv. Kal

w?

ToidarBe

28.

avToi";
rep'^ei'i
xal

aKfid^ovTW

Be

KapiKTjv

eK^dme^

iKdoina,
')(elpa'i

iv

ws

Kal

17

irpo^ara i^ye

ra

Kopij

firjBev,
fjLTiBe
et?

alya^, fi7)Beei?

Kal
^"TToprj/ievov

XXoijt/

fieya

fieipdKiovfieya

Kav

Kdairai

irelafia dpri diroKvaavre's

Kal

efi^a\6vTe"sdnreifKeov

ireKar/oi;' X\oi7

el"ito

lis TrapB^vov,
ckcCvt|v,
iiovo-iKijv
us
emends

to

Kal

irapBivop iKeivriP.

But

to

be

of

the

fiov(riKT]v ws
the
stilted

is

Mss.

more

likely

correct.

this

v..

i.

c.

20.

a
|iercnr"ipov,

little

later

than

^Biv6irupov.

PoTpvos,

able

to

boats
half

some

edd.

add

wep-

the

Pirates

people
danger

usual

abaft

swift

being
by
the

crew,

their

lived

and

These
and

one

number

being
evidently numerous

the coast
of

KarrfKavve

the mast

were

on

yeptrlv

shallows.

manned

to

/jiev

of

doubled.
and

in constant

attacks,

for

in

i.

Lamon,

Philetas
Dryas and
boast
of having frequently escaped
the
clutches
of pirates.
c.

32

i.e.
'^(iiOupaKCois,

plates only,

for the

breast

back

and

with

breast-

Biipai had
armour

both

fastened

together by clasps.

Kofoi'Tos.

i^fiioXCav,a

Be

over

pass

were

01

Tat?

by pirates as

rowers

chapter Daphnis is
he nearly
off by pirates as
carried
of
is again later by the young
men
Chloe
c.
as
Methymna,
17, and
actuallyis by Bryaxis of Methymna,
In

28.

used

KXaLOvra

vavv

KciKovvTa.
Ta?

dypov"i

aXXov"i

tou?

eirl rr)v

avrov

ApvavTo"i

dpirayr}'}fvqK"n

Kpelrrov lijq i^ dypmv


ra?

XXoij

7a/3

tov

Be

IBovre^

Troifisvav.

Karfjyov
"jrepiepyaadfievoi

antithesis

rjXaaav

Ki/pboi^'

OdXaacrav

Trepl rrjv

dyepmxoiv

KoXbv

Passow

Kat,

/xoj^at/oat?

eU

to.

/Sap^apoi,

/Sov? ix t^9 A6pK"avo^ d^iXri^. Xa/i^avova-i Kal

Kal

T"v
"f"6fiq"

Kal

aw

d^dovov, fieXi

dvdoafiiav,irvpov

fipaBvrepov
Koi

BoKOtev

p.tf

irdvra

Ad"f)viv dXvovra

TOV

fi6rpvo"iTvpioi Xrjirrai

tov

Kal
dr/pol";

rjiiidcopaieloii;
Kareavpov

riva";

fii)-

6epo"sirapei'xe. /lero-

to

r]fjiioXiav,""?

e^ovTe^

irpoffia'X^ov
tok
olvov

aBovcra

vvv

en

ci"5

opeiov

opviv

ttjv

ySoi)?fiyret"7re'ir\avrip,eva";.
av/jitftopdv,
ort

TTjv

TTmpov

r^vBe

iroiovai

a"f)iKe"rdai.

irplvoixaSe

0"oi^ 6pvi"iyeviadai

6tJ%eTotT0t9

[Book

OF

STORY

light

vessel

often

of
av6oir|iCav,

fine

bouquet.

Cf.

STORY

THE

48

troLfiviov
avpi/^'ya

TO

IBovaa

Se

Ad^viSi 8"pov KOfit^ovaa.

rm

tcaivrjv

koI
alya"; reTapar^fiivaf

ra?

[Book

OF

rov

aKovaaaa

ael fiei^ovavTrjv
/Sowi'tos irpo^arwv fikvdfieXel
Aa(f)viSo"i
KoX ri]v a-vpiyya
phrrei,BpoficpSe wpo? rov AopKwva irapa-

^orjOelv.
Ber/ao/ievr)

yvverai

'O

29.

^ofiai

p.eT

^oSsv

p.a'xpp^evov

Ad^viv

KareKoy^av

fieXo(; avT^9,

^ovaa

T-qv

evTevOev

^ofiaiBe

xal

aoi

Tr/v

avTrjv,

^ovKoXovi iviKT/a-akoI aiiroXov;.


Kai
"jilX7)a-ov

^mvTa

"Ti

dXXov

vip,ovTa

30.

ra?

AopKCDV
Be

y^vjfrjv.7}
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aKovovcn

to

c.

35

1307
me

4.

c.

dp,a

tw

35.

KdrvvTev

ifii

Be

to

eKei.

xa/"t-

epi^mv

dvTi

Kai

Kai

tovtodv

KXavaov

lBt]^

kolv

avpiyya

to?

iBvvaTO'

veaviKus,

Pesp.

kindled

ai ^oei

it

is

late

fivKijird-

of

sense
was

middle

the

be

to

form

60
4.
conciliat.

"ci.

the
"8iSa$a|"|v,
distinction

Kai

of love aroused

fistula tauros

the

ivdeiaa

allow

to

here

"Jjx'?,
VX"^
Calpum.

in
covered

ashes

Tr)v

Kai

opfLJjfiia

Cf.

'beat

violently.'
cfiirvpev|ia, lit. a live coal

with

^wvy

Ty

Tr/v

Kai
fieXc} yv(opv^ovcri

in Ar.

^iXrifia(f"i,Xij"Ta

Kai
(fiiX'^p.aTi

X\(M7 Xa^ovaa

So

Brj,Xa-

Ad^vK'
Tai";

etTrcbv koI

ToaavTa

"r"piTyo

and

Be

Be

dirodavovTa

pCirrei,so in 2. c. ii
ffipiyya ippifi/Uvriv(uird t^s
TTjK
XK6ris) in similar circumstances.
cf. veaviKbv, 2.
29.
vcaviKais,
"njv

X6l

TroXXov"i

g
"rv

'xeiXeo'tvea-vpi^epbeyiaTOv

TOK

BicoKeiv

;8ou9, i/J-ov/ivrj/Mvevaov.'

/juev

d^Kev

vaTaTOv

icai

airy /tieXo? eKelvo,

tre
eBiBa^dfirjv,

avpiyya

crol

Kai

fiaKpdv,

p,eXriaeikoX t5)V ^o"v

avpiyyi

Ty

t"v

diroXeaov.

aKoXovOeiv

ep.Trvevo'ov

ravTijv

avpiyya

Ad(f"vivfiev iyco ttote

cnjpiyyoi;

Be

KaKeivovi;

ve/jMvral iroc

Kav

aii

^ovv.

to?

Tifiaptjaov

/Sou? riX'?

ras

irpoTspov

rov

eK

aa-e^ei"; XTjcrTalirpo

p,e

yap

Kufiol

a"a-ov

iiraLBevaa
TO

oi

ttoWov

''"70)pAv' ehre, 'XXor), redvrj-

Xa^mv,

oKijyov

oXlyov

XXot/i/ kol

rrjv

ejiTTvpevfia

o-vyKeKOfifiivoi

veaviKati

oXCyov e/nrvioov,ai/MiTos

KOb

lBo"v
"f)epofievov.
epo)To"s

irKriyaU

6KeiT0

Xr)aT"v

T"v

VTTO

Be

re-

again.
of r/x^.

truces

haec

is unusual

active, but

the

neglected by poets

28"

3o]

hand

DAPHNIS

new-wrought

the

saw

voice
her

sheep

and

But

bruised

love

like

lusty blows
when

yet

death
I

Daphnis

trained

my

follow

its

taught

bequeath
in

his
the

and

and

if

even

you

they

and

Daphnis
will
with

pipe

before

I die

With

these

lips

Dorcon

late prose

his

her

hearing

L. and

writers, see

the

And

gift do
when

you

herd

my

S.

when

of

"":/.

in

Verg.
dying gave

his

36
pipe

2.

the

Pan's

2.

c.

28

pipe

last

life.

am

think

4.

c.

JV^.
ff.

15
8.

where

merso

causes

unius

of

took
blew

and

goats

leave

to

Methymnaeans
(whole chapter).
the

51.

77

vocem

navigio
remeasse.

call bellowed

sheep

ship

upon

shrilly

well-known

Chloe's

kiss
Chloe

And

and

agnitam
cf.

her

mouth

the

Corydon.
30.
dKovowri,
sound

which

vanquished

me

with

out

it to

set

cattle

the

Xop"Jo|i.ai,as

the

mourn

to

Take

you

rest.

for this

tending

and

breathed

and

pipe

words

StSdaKii), I.

to

and

Dorcon.'

30.

Damoetas

the

and

another

see

you

to

I have

and

me

I have

tune

which

goatherd,

the

far away.

taught

perform

at

your

pipe

it the

on

am

death.
my

grazing

blow

his

rescue

you

of

of

butchered

their

notes

are

and

go

and

me

the

obey

to

by

me

avenge

my

poor

whereat

Do

scarcely

spark

Chloe, I

herd.

to

when

'

for my

yonder

dead, and

spoke

fought

heifers

kiss

turn

upon

Dorcon

to

and
a

have

cowherd

he

Chloe

pirates

Daphnis

to

and

many

forsook

blood, cruelly

corsairs

cursed

and

then

the

marked

and

heifers

sound,

pipe

pipe

she

of

pool

these

as

ox

of

he

up

beloved

my

louder

she

Daphnis'

pipe speeded

in

lay prostrate

flamed

of

an

he
the

by

breathing
point

when

heard

and

and

the

and

his aid.

29.

old

panic

louder

flingingaside

49

Daphnis

in

her

calling on

CHLOE

for

pipe

all scattered

goats

ever

beg

to

AND

"

208

suarii

and

Plin.

compertum
furto

inclinatione

abactis
lateris

etV
"7r7)SS)(Tiv

fievai

"l"i eva

t^?

Toi'^ov

ttjv

vav";

veto?

ck

t^9 iiMirTuxrewi

ikiriSa

SevTo-

Be

^vdov, 6
Be

wepl

Ad(f)vi,"}
TTjv

8tSa%06t9 et?
Kepdrcavrat? Bvo

/ietra?

reov

^oO?,

%6/3o-i

dirovco'i,
wcnrep

Kol

irca"i

ovBe

oaov

opvidwv KoX

el /it) r"v

T^? daXaTTTj't,Boo9
Kai

Ki,vBvvov"; trap

Kal

vavaylov.

yeXiSaav 'dfiaKal
KoXTroi"i

Tot9

Kal

TralBevfxa twv

Te6vr)Ke AopKtov
XeiriSuTa,
squamatus,

Verg.

II.

of

487

fiexpt

thoraca

vvv

Be

dpa

evvBpav

ra"v

diroXjoiTO

aXv-

/3oi)?vri')(o-

Bia^po')(pi

ttoXXoI

tottoi

Xeyofievoi.

iropot

eXiriBa
Be

tov

koX

Tpoirov

Ad"f)vi,"i

XT)"rT7}plov
Bia"f)vya"v,

irdaav

XXotjv

ttjv

r^s yrj";

eTTt

ifnrl-TTTei
avrij'}
re

BiaKpvovcrav evpmv

eirvvBdveTo,tL ^ovXofievT) (Tvpiaeiev


"

fiowv, ttw?
fiovov

scale-armour,

sqiiameus,

VT}y(eTac

XetTrerat
ap

Xoyo)

Bujyetraiirdvra, tov

avTm

dfia^av

eXavvmv

ra

e^eXQmv

^oSiv

Xa^6fievo"; eKOfJ,i^eTO
fieao";

(Tw^eTai fiev Br)tovtov

Bvo

irpaK-

Bvo

;8ou9,Koi

ra?

apfirjo'e

'xxiXav ol oVf^e? "jrepnreo'oiev

yevbfievoi.fiaprvpova-i

et?

v'q')(pii.evo";iv

irapd t^? dvdyKr]";to

I'^Qvoav.ovS"

avT"v

eKeivov"i

KarrjveyKev

irporepov

avdpairo'i'fiovov

ft,evo";,

31.

Be

varepov

OTrXa

kul

direSuaaro,
iaOfjra paBico':
ola

vrj^iv exafivev

fiovoK.

TTOTap.oi'i

fiev

virehk-

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en

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ireBiw

iv

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o)?

6 Be

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fjbev

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koI

oi fiev

aanr]pia";.

koX

fiev

ol he

a/iroXKvTai.

avviovro^,

oi^ ofioiave'XpvTe";

eveBeBvvTO

Xe^thmrd

TO

koI

yevo/ievov

Td"i na')(aipa";
X-rja-Toi,
iraprjpTrfVTO

r/ap

[Book

j3iat,ovBe irrjhrjfiaTO'

ddXaaaav.

KXvSmvoi

Tov

KM,

iKiriirrovcnv

Be

OF

^oS)v KoLXrjii
Siaa-rda-r]^,
aTpi^erai
Tjy? OaXacra-ri'i

T"v
7)

STORY

THE

50

Bpofiovtov

squamosus.
aenis
indutus

tov

Aopxcova,

KeXevaBeir) a-vpiaai.Kal

alBeadelaa

so

etrl

^iXrj/Ma ovk

to

horrebat

OTi

eVirev.

squamis.

irapd Trjs ova-yKris,


is the

rj

mother

i.e.

of invention.

Necessity

in

and

reply
the

sank

in with

plunged

with

armed

half

unclad

too

tired

soon

But

need

then

swam

chariot.

man

and

would

never

will

she

had

she
had

bade

her

modesty

to

run

pipe
she

Chloe

how

and

spoke

not

Thracian
iropoi, such as the
BosCimmerian
the
and
Bosphorus
Aesch.

P.

V.

732

alone

its hoofs

frith

named

of

Daphnis

when

he

\byos

S'
'B"a-iropos
Ii^yas 7-55 "r^s iropelas,
believe
Others
K"Kkrjt7STai,
i'jrdjvu/j.os

beach

she

And
had

he

kiss.

reached

he

then

taught

her

so

and

asked

tale,how

his kine

died

And

from

all smiles

told

Dorcon

poor

of the

Boos

phorus.

fish

that

breast, and

her

how

Dorcon,

outstrip

soon

the

upon

shrill.

so

two

tale.

fell upon

piped

he

; he

of

many

And

fondly

green

way

horns

but

shipwreck.

found

armour

the

and

perils,piracy and

tears, and

why

waterfowl

rescue

shore, he

and

river-swimming.

will

unhoped-for

was

ing
wear-

shirt,yet

the

bull

And

this

his

drowned,

away.

in

revealed

the

Such

31.

the

be

and

lightlyas though riding in

by

bull

pirates

rovers'

in

crew

pastures

them

grasped

them

mail

The

sun.

motherwit
and

all the

in his

as

skilled

swimming

confirms

Bosphorus
two

fall

and

rot

his

And

breastplateof

only

is excelled

and

and

lightly doffed

cattle

in

For

careened

plunging

between

borne

was

barque

fainter heart, the

unshod

was

and
the

among

and

he

cloven

in

down

as

trough

with

burning

Daphnis

while

depths,

the

them

bore

quickly

clad

the

was

the

it.

over

mighty

so

deep

the

51

or

Daphnis

face

to

side, so

stouter

but

and

sea,

closed

swords,

greaves,

CHLOE

fall,that

their

billows

the

as

the

vessel's

the

by

sea

into

leaped

leap against
in

AND

DAPHNIS

3iJ

30,

in

and

only

in

gratitude

with 'EKdrq
B6"riroposis connected
who
iuatfidpos,
was
worshipped by
the

Thracians.

31.

rots

KhXiriav^ c.

KoXirois,see

on

26.

4"2

c/c

tui'

THE

52

rbv

eSofe Br) rifLrjaat

avrrn
i^r)pr7)"Tav

rwv

fiVK'^fiara kuI

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ev

w?

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ravTa

t"v

a-vptyya^

i\,eeivd

ffowv

dfia

w^drjaav

Tivei

kuL,

Kij/MaffivaraKTOf

yfjv fiev oiv

e^VTevaav xal
kuI
dWd
ydXa
dirap')(^d"i

^OTpvaf

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rmv

ijfiepavoXKa

epymv

Kal

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i\06vr""; fiera
dffKiov,

tov

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koI

evepyerrjv,

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OF

AopKcova QaTrrovai

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TToWas

STORY

rot?

p,v-

irotfiiaivelKa^ero

Kal

fiomv eirl ^ovkoXo)

re-

TeXeVTTJKOTl.
32.

XXoj;

Kal

Kadapov

Beofievov

Xovei
ro

et?

Ad"j)vivi]

tov

eia-aya-

avTpov

Ad(j)viBo";
opmvTov

TrpwTov

Kai

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e?

Tpmv

tots

avTTj

\evKOv

trw/ia

rd^ov

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TOV

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ra?

w/309

yovaa.
TO

Be

MeTffl

KoXKovi

viro

dvdr)

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eKovaaTO

ovBe

koi

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re

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ra
dydXfiOTa

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TOV

Kal

iX66vTe";

tovto

fjieTa

irpo^aTa.

Se

ra

dW',
^Xrj')(Mii,eva,

dfftaveKovTa";
Be

ai

ol/iai,tov

iroOovvTa.

the

rest

until
the

but

some

of

soul

the

the

rites

dead

doomed

was

dust

/lev

fiTyre

UXotjv

ttjv

o^BevTei Kal ifiodvaaTavTa

had

wander

to

been

of

could

thrown

on

libations

p/rjv 6

ov

ivefieTo,

Ad"^vK jfaipeiv

umbras.

Horn.

TrreX^os

iipiTevaav.

Trimalchio

planted

//.

wishes
round

6. 419
jrepi Si
Petron.
71

fruit

his

irpoorriKovTiDV,
of

and

milk, honey

perhaps

the

obol

garlands,

for

wine

Charon's

c.

use

of

to

be

the

compares

iiapria,

v..

32

and

2.

32.

KUTCKXairav, Horn.
Od.
iwel
oirip
veKp6s t ixdri Kal

12.

13

'

fee.

i|nmi, Mart.
fragiles buxos

similar

trees

grave,

SeUer
l|i^pTi)irav,

bones^

[icrdTOV
and

Kal

Ad"f"viv

to

alyei;icrKipTav (f"pi/j,aaa'6fievai,
Kaddirep "^Sop.evai

without
Ttfiija-ai,

not

ttjv

koI

/iiJTevefiop^eva

hreiBrj yovv

crvvrjOov;aiiroXov.
(TioTTipCa

burial

Kal

alya's

ra?

KaTeKeiTO

avvTjOe'sKal icrvpia-av,
to

to

rjaav

eTreo-Koirovv

irdvra

oaa

i^pTtjaav dvddrjfia.

Trj"sTreTpa^

avpiyya

Xov-

i.

et

88.

opacas

accipe...
palmitis

rci/xea

veKpoS.

4\ccivd, as

in

4.

c.

28

^Xeetvjy,

DAPHNIS

32]

31,

they planned
they

buried

planted

it

Daphnis
there,

fro
in

was

the

the

flowers

then

the

statues

of

the

watch

to

there
the

the

votive

of

none

and

Daphnis
and

the

gave

sheep leaped

the

skipped joyfullyin gladness

Cf.
illis

egere

boves

ad

libavit

nem

5. 24

diebus
flumina

Theocr.

i.

death,

master's

Si

/36cs,TToWoi

daixiXai. Kal
32.

pares

i.

u.

Kal

13

pastos

the

am-

graminis

nee

Smith

quotes

herds

are

for

their

oi trap iroirai
d'
iroWal
ravpoi,

voKKcU
re

they

at

irdpriesihSipavTO.
"l"ro7a7oviro,

they

eiri

Seller

t^v

com-

BaKarrav

lay
for

the
and

while

since

twain

piped
the

safe
he

to

goats
return.

had

seen

eXdiliv, atppovpi/iT"f
vrjt Trpo(re\6iiv.
Cf.
iiri
irorbr,
dirdyciv iirl
ayeiv

pura
levi

que

For

Aen.

this
6.

circumtulit
et

purification

cf.

idem
socios
ter
229
unda
rore
spargens

felicis olivae, lustravit-

ramo

viros.

for the repetition


dv6i]...o(raavBr),
see

on

l^epox,

iroSovvra,
SafiiXai

rat

c.

so

10.

in

S' airdv

Theocr.

iroBevvn.
to

|1"v,

sc.

4.

12

afSe
ixvKiiixei/ai.

...

ai\oi.

went

flocks

when

master's

peace

pipe

mourned

call

their

Verg.

neque

mourning

tt70'yov(ra

cf. 4 yaOXoi

iXetvd.

at

form,

Dorcon's
soon

grazed,

nulla

Mr

as

for

koTtov.

74, where

represented

Chloe,

frigida,Daphni,

quadrupes,

attigit herbam.

is

uUi

non

not

was

form

Attic

ordinary
Verg. "d.

the

av

heart

Daphnis'

Yet

and

fair

all the

bleated

him

they plucked

up

but

bathe

chaplets round

hung

led

Chloe

own

next

well-known
up

death.

to

wreathed

sheep

roamed

goatherds

paid

offering,and

and

goats

and

her

and

they

as

master's

And

first-

fully
Mourn-

woe.

Nymphs

and

Nymphs

as

kine

bathed

bloom

in

duly

after.

as

grazed,

seen

them,

cliff

none

loss

were

of
she

in

the

their

were

and

milk, crushed

shepherds

rites

before

the

kin

grave

offered

new

riven

their

at

grotto

pure

of

the

sorrow

afterwards

and

on

and

these

.to

and

high

lowing

the

After

32.

of

the

and

saplings

his

with

heaped high

pastoral pipes

and

to

judged

white

and

53

coming

industry, libations

echoed

too

and

tender

many

their

CHLOE

him

hapless Dorcon,

winegrapes
wildly

honour

to

it with

fruits of

AND

irpb^ara.

THE

54

eireide

Xavddvov

IBwv

y^vj/rjv

ttjv

Xd^pov

t^apfiaKmv.

vtro

Kaddirep
ro

ivofii^e

repov.

ola
veo";

rrjv

ijrvx^v

irpoTepov

KapBiav,

rrjv

irvevfia

irore

t^s

fiev

irore

iiriirpoTepaii;

6aXdaari";

ar/vowv

(po^epeo-

XrjaTat'}

rot?

Kal
en

""?

Be
avrov,

Tai";

irapd

en

ro

iv

elvai

Xovrpov

to

Etd)KOvro";

Tiv6"s

dypoiKOi;

koi

avTO

eKBairavrjdev

iBoKei

Bpofial^.

Koi

rfKr/et,

koI

Kaddtrep

i^eirvei,

iireXeiire,

yv/ivriv

eKiceKaXv/ifiivov.

[Book

OF

'K.Xorjv

rrfv

"oWo9

icrOiofievqv

STORY

to

fueveiv,

"EjO""tos

Xt/-

(TTripiov.

i|"apndK"i"v,
TO

iryeS/M.

irvcvfUl,

cf.

0ap|tidK(""',

on

cf.

i8
t.

iKrqSq.

c.

Xt|"rTais...X'i]omjpiov,

i8.
rb

pun.

notice

the

AOrOS

rov

Se

"HSi;

1.

T^9

OTTCopa?

?fv

Ira's

TpvyqTov,

AEYTEP02

dK/j,a^ova-r)"!koX

iTreiyovro";

aypoi)^

tov?

Kara

Xrjvoiii;iireo'Keva^ev, 6 Se iridov;
efiekk

eirXeKev

KoX

"f)WTl

viro

av

Koi

OVV

SXKu)

KoX

p,evov,

alr/Sv

^dXXoov

toI';

jdp

irdaa
oil

ovBe

peTeapoi;

^OTpvo";

e^iKoiTO

iirdTei

wairep

dpTi

ra?

of

the

KOi

w";

olvov,
ttotov

Be

rj

irpea-

rjv ap,TreXo";
kutw

Kal

Trat?

airapydvav

eK

ra-

kXtj-

tu

vepop^vT]-

")(elpa^

ep,-

TaTreivoTepwi

dXXd

ki.tto";

psv

Tpo(f"rjv

avTOL";

ras

Aea^ov

TWV

\7jv019

rats

Be

dvaBevBpd";,

Kal

diroTeLvovaa

p,aTa

Kare^aa-p,evrj";,

eve')(ei

ttjv

koto

Svva-

fieTehihocrav.

dpireXav

twv

rop/qv,

fiorpvcov

""f)epe tov

Kal

dppij(^ov";

TrpOJBaTCDV

TWV

Kal

irLdov;

Tpvywai

Kal

olvov

aTrerpvya.

ireivi],

Toi/^

eh

/lev

(f)"poiro. dp,"Xr]a'avTe"i

aW^\ot?

dppL')(oi,";
^OTpvi;

iv
KOi

^VTepov

XXoi?

17

6 Be

^6rpvo";

twv

yXevKO';

to

(i^kXeiav

TrapeaKeva^e

av

vvKTcop

%efpo?

evoiva

^r)pd"s ifK/qyak

Xvyov

Ad"f"VI,^ Kol

i^da-ra^ev

rd

ffXhfrai

epyq).

e^eKadaipev,

SpeTrdvt)^ fjLiKpd"; "9

rivi

\L6ov

erepm

ev

XeXv-

pevo";.

iv

1.

ipyif,
of

labours

the

especially
46

(Incert.

7)

v"yl)(rui.

We

find

^7re"r/c67rei

in

4.

c.

(pya.

27.

Dem.

SiaTpl^eiv.

labor,

Verg.

wickerwork

cf.

basket

Ipya

16

Cf.

ivl

the

homi-

118

i.

of

use

labores.

iiptx^iSj
for

holding

light
fruit

press
full

heavy

the
of

beam

grapes.

wine,

i.e.

the

skins.

yXcvkos,
new

wine

Cf.

Anacr.

"xpona
^

to

Svoivo,

grape

rois

often

more

used

was
xa

Aduwvos

tov

2.

flowers,

XC80V,

meaning

same

rd

Geor^.

boumque

appCxovs,

the

Olynth.

Ipyoi!

numque

^ovkSKw

rd

or

Theocr.

countryman.

59.

the

mustum,

had

just
(58.)

been
i

^brrpvv raXd/iots

Spes /uerd
\rivl)v

i.e.

that

Si

irapBhwv

jSoXAvres

tov

sweet

crushed,

fieMy-

ipiporTes

iir'

"v-

ti/iiav,Kara

/iivov

ipa-eyes

BOOK

1.

It

and

on

was

peasant

for

cutting

the

rich

grapes

And

Daphnis
lent

and

tread

his
them

on

Chloe

tuns,
and

basket
and

made

poured
bunches

lowest

low

planted

are

trained

are

they

out

their

clothes

wine

Lesbian

The

by

esteem

tions

wine

for

age

was

high

In

wine.

did

4.

16

t.

not

Koi

rats

still

in

low-growing

is

parts

of

Greece,

fruit

and

the

it

produces

harvesting

is

the

sage

great

creepers

oivov

garden,
also

vine

the

vines

high,

nor

stretching

ground
of

the

In

trees.

men-

yipovTos.

Taireivi]...ov8e dvaSEvSpds,

the

gleaned

out

when

'

being

as

years

than

4.

iiyf/tjX'^v

Greeks

great

grape-pickers

the

just

to

and

swaddling-

grapes.

divov.
in

Athenaeus

long.

sixteen

the

into

grow

to

the

presses

shooting

they

goats

carried

Lesbos

in

but

child

the

the

light.

and

the

and

from

that

cresset

wine

them

close

even

held

for

For

trees,

'Kioures

the

for

the

bruise

to

so

he

into

meal

weaving

sheep

while

them

kept

are

their
for

by

pairing
re-

vinehooks

twigs

night

off"

vine.

ancients.

the

irpEo-pvTcpov,
keep

wine

reach

(rTa"pv\-!js

iroToEa-i

the

branches

ivy:

could

drew

on

tendril
like

trailing

then

and

stones

left

flung

the

on

ready

and

old

out

vat

dried

task,

and
their

help

ready

his

at

sharpened

Chloe

ready

pressing

was

tuns

great

off" at

drawn

other

fields

pounded

with

too

each

in

grapes

be

might

the

got
and

vinegrapes

must

new

others

or

vintage

the

cleaning

while

baskets,

in

was

wine-presses,
wicker

the

mid-autumn,

now

every

II

the
most

better
easier

bear

et

c.

vine

with

was

used

though
plenty

fiijX^ais
that

long

for

show

it

would

no

of

fruit.

Cf.
Cf.

fiamma

pasci.

on

a/trreXov

rats

in

its

serpens.
lambere

tempora

trained

eripwBi
But

ox^f'S.

is

iTr^Keiro

koX

v"|io("vri
Aen.
2.
684
circum

vine

pas-

trailing
in

doubt
3.

c.

5.

Verg.
comas

58

THE

2.
ai

Olov

(lev

ovv

e'/c rdov

yvvaiKe";

o'ivov KeK\r)fj,"vai,
rm
ical

iiri^vovvoj?
Se

Trjv

Ad"f"vtBirov^

koX

koX
e"f"i\T)(r"

eVi

4"u)va";eppiTTTOv

57 P'SV

Kal

Be
^Sero, Ad(f)vi";

Travcraffdai

tov

^(wpitovzeal

TTOifivimv
avTWV

Twv

oXiymv

Xavvov

Be

NvfKfya'!irpoaeKvvovv

ireBiov

^orpv;

fidrcovd'rrapy(^a^
rov
dfieXw";Trore

rjBpevovKal

eK

irapd

aavTO

Xu^eVre?

twv

Oewv.

ecrKipTcov,

irpo^dToc;

dei

re

rovrov

Tore

rj

avpiyyo^

i-jrel Btayevo/ievtov
iriOoi

Be

to

"xaipovTe";
T09

tov

kXtj-

")^povov

irporepov

vo/j,rj";
dp'xpp.evoL
irpoa-

rj

irdvTmi;

Kal

jrpoaeKVVow

cjjvXXdBa ')(Xmpav

Beafiwv

eK
"f)aaLv,

Kvve";,

fjBov,rots
iarvpiTTOV,

rj

ap,oi^a"seKOfxi-

fiev vaTepov

Be

(rvinjdcov

KOfii^ovTev evl

ovBe

rj oTrmpav

ydXaKTO"}aTrovBrjv.Kal

irakiv

av

rwv

p,nXa

avrat^

vo/Mrj";dvi6vTe";

iire"j)epov,
rj avOa

Kal

rptjyijTov.

dXX'
TrapfjXdov,

je-

7roXvj(eipia";,
KaTrj-

ovBeu

ovKeT

dyeXa"; el"ito

Tos

Xa^ea-Qai

a/iireXoi rerpvyijvTo,

fiev

eBei
el')(pv,

yXevKd

Kal

^X7)^eofiev(ov.Kal

ai

r/fiepwp

riva

tjV'XpvTo

dfioverov^ofj";aKOveiv

T7}";

iiru

Be Brj ra^j^ew?
eir)(0VT0

eXuTretro.

Tpvyrjjov

avTL

etrrjhdDVKoi

eKeivr]';
ware
vefieaffai'

vir

rt?

xat

\7)voi"; irotKtXa'i

rat's

'KKorfv /caC, Sairep

Trjv

Ba.K'XTjv"ZcLTvpoi,
fiavt/cwTepov
iroifivia

AraXXo?.

Trapco^vve,
Aa."f)viv

tov

iXvirijcrev. ol Se iv

XXorjv

veadai

eTre/SaXKov
6^6aXft.ov";

Aiovvcrq}to

tw

o/J.otov

OpaavTepmv

Teui/

eoprfjAiovvcrov Koi o'ivov jevecei,


irK-rfa-Lov
dyprnv el"; e-rriKOvpiav

eV

etKo?

II

[BOOK

OF

STORY

rpdyoi"iKal

rot?

avveirdXaiov.

*" o^t""
2.
ai
11^ 'yvvaiKCs, Anacr.
^iovra Bdcxo"i"'"!?
59.
7epaiAs
(58.) 2 SvSpes /ierct wapBiviM.
ttoitu'
xop^^^^rpofiepois
Sk iv Tats
Xtivois...SdTvpot,
in
01
tjCxovto -ycv^o^aiiro{|tvi.a,
so

XTji/o/Sdrai. Cf. 4. c. 38 6
iirl Xijcois(TKiifiiMTa.
ioKiiiTTe
ra

i.e. the
Sf

Cf.

Anacr.

xoToCffi

59.

(58.)

Xiiovres

apafves

irTa(pv\TjS
oicov,
liiya rbv 0ebv KpoToSyres iin\Tivloiaiv
viov
is
ipwrbv viSois opwvres
ilfivois

1.

and

c.

14

notes

see

et6' otj.
oirtopav, the

fruit itself,both
of Classical
Kvves,

on

eWe

aipvy^

fruit time, hence


in

prose

and

the
verse

Greek.

cf.
(|"a"riv,

Phaedr.

JPab.

3.

2]

DAPHNIS

2.

As

Dionysus
of

all

and

the
and

the

and

her

pasture

beneath

twain

their

pipe.
with

felt

for

the

to

Soon

the

must

and

vines

the

clustering

still

grotto they
led

they

bringing

again

due

time

But

now

they
like

piped, they

bowls

or

of

from

won

milk:

of

in

tuns

the
With
first-

as

grapes

daybreak

led

flowers
their

home,
fruit,

or

piety

in

reward.

they leaped
their

as

prayed,

them

bounteous

with

the

passing by

for

loosed

were

fields.

At

they

flocks

their

they always

and

to

uncouth

offerings of

for

heaven

frolicked

and

length

the

the

offeringof

hounds

young

sang

pasture

some

till at

lighter,so

gift.

some

nightfallas

at

hands

in their

boughs

green

to

with

pious worship

and

blushed

for

into

in

boughs

flocks

flock

join her

and

Bacchante,

music

Nymphs,

brought

ever

Chloe

to

grew

flocks

the

to

the

on

their

prayed

and

vintage

wine-

and

now

overflowing joy they brought


fruits of

The

stripped, the

were

labour
their

again

paled.

vintage, yearning

the

only

him

found

kissed

pangs

of

end

aid

rest

Chloe

sharp

their

the

round

to

then

haunts,

hear

again

sheep
:

and

say

Satyrs

of

womenfolk

give

to

Chloe

festival

the

than

their

as

crook

well-known

drove

lovers

but

the

Daphnis

wine

saucy

have

of

her

longed

once

filled

more

madly

as

in envy

pleasure,while

songs

one

would

turn

leave

and

till

the

at

Daphnis

on

in

about

regain

favour

59

called

were

coloured,

craving

the

of

of

birthday

Daphnis

treaders
danced

bade,

round

eyes

CHLOE

custom

the

on

Dionysus,

as

him

old

country

all cast

fair

AND

goats

and
and

sheep.

where

ease

of

the
his

house

life but

dog
the

describes
wolf

the

seeing

the

chain

on

prefers freedom

his
to

neck

says

free food.

that

he

6o

THE

STORY

OF

II

[Book

Se avTol"s iffylcTarai
aiffvTep'TTofievoi'i
irpeo'fivTTi'i
ivSeSv/jLevoi;,
"n-^pavi^r)pTr}Kap^ariva^ inroBeBe/ievoi,

3.
pav

/jLevo";

KoX

iraXaidv.
"Trrjpav

rrjv

avrSiv

eoSe

iroXka

fiev

'^iXi^ra?, m

etTre*

raicrBe

TrKrjaLovKa6Lcra";

ovto^

TraiSe?,o irpecr^iiTrj';
iyo),os

iroXKa
Nu/i^at? ^o'"',

Tai":

Se

Ilai'l

ra

eKelva

icrvpiaa,ySowi/ Be ttoWjJs dyeKr)^ '^yijcrdfji/ijv


fiovji
Be vfilp,
e2Bov, firjvva-eov, Sera ijKovcra,
'iJkco
oca
fiovo'iKy.
dTrayyeX"v.
Bid

eVrt
Krjnro'i

yttot

rwv

yeiprnv,

efiav

ov,

i^

ov

Sera
e^eirovriadfirfv'
ivavadfjurjv,

Spat
Ka6' "pav eicdcfTrfv.^pof,
^epovai irdvra e'xcov ev airm
poBa, Kpiva kuX vdKivdo"i xal 'la dfi^orepa' 6epov";,fiijKul d')(^pdBe";
Kal
dp/ireSMi,
kol
/MrfKa Trdvra'
K(ove";
vvv,
crvical Kal poial Kal fivpra
tov
'^Xtopd. el";tovtov
Krjirov
emOivov, rmv
opvidmv dyeXai crvvep^ovrai,
to
fiev i"s rpovefieiv

yrjpa^

Be

r"v
(J3ijv,

(oB^v avv'ripe"^r)"s
yap

e?

KaTdppvro'S' dv

TT'qyal^rpiai

Tats

Be

EtcreX^oi'Tt

4.

poiai";

Kal

ratq

alyis

xal

XeuKW

6 ; and
4.

c.

fiivai
c.

4k

19

l;)^oi

brogues

or

Xen.

Anab.

of
4.

veoSipriav^o"v.
Sip^".araipov refieii' vires'/ICf.

tup

Kal

fivpra

init., and

w?

irvp,

in

Verg.
ef
125-146, a garden beto
senex
Corycius.
i^tav xeipuv,
genit. of
of
or
more
probably

tov

possessor

'

origin :

l.

it

was

hand

my

that

made

it.'
the
a|i"|"6Tcpa,

Pax

577

pie, white
Juv. 6'.

and

H.

6.

14

"

black

27

Ar.

on

kinds,

purviolets.

dabo
tura
90
iactabo
colores.

12.

21.

scholiast
three

almost

violae

omnes

N.

mentions

violae

atque
Plin.
pur-

luteae, albae.
not
p.TJXairdvTa,
apples especially,

pureae,

IMTa.

KTJiros4"m,
tion

4.

Sipfia

uTToS^/iioTa,
Kap^aTiviu ireiron;-

14

Georg.
longing

ta
shoes

leather.

undressed

I.

uis

Bk

Trat?

^av6o";

Kal

Tatius,

14.

KapParCvas,
5.

Xda-iov

dress.

impdWe"T$(u
rpixi^v, 4.
d^pfia '\6.otov alyiisi^tatr-

XeiMW""!
c.

Sxrirep ydXa

shepherd's usual
TpLxas, 3. c. 3 ;

alywv

fUvos,

aifiaeridv,

Trjv

^Xeirerai,

fivppivaii;

o-icrupav, a thick blanket-like


still a part
of rough goat's-hair,

the Greek
See

rt?

d/i^lpAar^v"^fiepav
viro

fioi rijfiepov

poid"; e'X^cov, Xei/"09

cloak

irepieKri

Kal

KardtTKio';

opdv olrjaerat,.

aXao'i

3.

Kal

of

phanes

the
in

compare

the

of
irapdSeiffos
4.

c.

and

descripDionysoAchilles

but

all sorts

pomum.

of

fruit,like the Latin

3,4]
3.

One

day

neatherd, clad
shoulders

He

Philetas,

I the

Nymphs

and
I

pipe.

work

of

day

when

All

that

and

there

violets

and

myriad

saw

the

amid

plucking

the

and

tilled

my

skin

was

white

season

flock

flights of

great

natural

in

leafy

the
;

were

grove.

to-day,

noon

myrtles

young

milk, his

as

year's

myrtleberries.

streamlets

at

and

poppies
the

at

now,

the

more.

due

in

fresh

plot
and

no

comes,

and

and

seem

since

kine

my

fountain-fed

entered

his

the

sing, revelling

pomegranates

fruit:

garden-orchard,

lilies,
hyacinths

garden

my

three

my
to

summer

fruits

it would

hedge,
as

to

fruit

and

vaults

And

when

this

seen,

garden
and

roses

figs,pomegranates

taste

no

4.

springtime,

these

of

I have

herd

me

am

of

music

have

offer, my

can

morning

every

which

bade

purple

fall,grapes,

to

age

its

to

guardian

what

I have

sang

his

as
'

saying

the

by

reveal

to

hands,
old

them

cattle

heard.

year

in

of

shoes,

wallet, ancient

Pan, the

to

ancient

an

leathern

oftentimes

who

come

own

the
:

beside

piped

pleasures

with

himself

am

slow

their

ancient

one,

6i

CHLOE

an

herd

my

my

pears

shady

with

aged

and

birds

goatskin

I have

me

And

in

often

led

tell what

white

watched

sat

And

gives

there

slung

wearer.

spot

AND

DAPHNIS

boy

golden

(41.) 12
$av6ds, Anacr.
43.
S' "E/pus 6 xpuiroxa'Tas.
So Eur.
dii,
tG"v
0
axrijijx,
the
/. A.
iiroUi..
rdvTuiv
See
xpwoiciyiuis. See
note
2
on
549
4.
S' a
6 ian
2.
awiinirTov.
description in Mosch.
oi5 Xeu/cAsj
Trepio-a^os.-.x/'STa/uej'
"jrois
aifMnnav, a wall of dry stones
efeeXosS'
Cf.
infiara 3' ain^
built up without
mortar.
mipl
4. c. 2
xai
"l"\iyyoevra...e.ivKl)Kaiu"
XcTTT^s aiiiajnas vepUdei. irepl^oKoi.Spifii\a
SXos t4 ye cra/ia
A
to
xcipca/ov.
on
.yvfivbs
a
vineyard
sitting
boy guards
...Kal
?x"
it in Theocr.
the
irrtpieis(is opvi.s...T6^ov
fence round
I. 46
See
/Soiii'.
wppbv...
Ka\6v
c.
fid\a
32,
^eppiBev
irvppalaisaTa4)v\au7i.
Tis
dXitfd, Tav
Kdipoi i"p' \cvk6ii.
SUyov
^/ifcos.
alfiacriaiffi.
"l"v\dtrffei
cf.
"rwiip"i|nis,

c.

5
avTpov
tj"i\\uiv eToWar-

3.

4.

u.

62

THE

a-Ti\.7rvo";

^ev

o)?

avTov

Koi
/j,vpplva";

Ta";

rat?

fxkv

TToWaAct?

adriparov.

Be

^aKTfjpia Kol
T"v

etTTt

irdvv

diraXov

OTTOJS

edeXye

eXdelv

fiaro'i

koX

e0a\Xe

ovre

irdvv

Be, e'iaoi

cf.

ovre

rmv

fivprav

del

rpvydv

"Trap'avrov

tftiKrj-

c.

(fjiXeiaOat
fiaXXov,

AriSSros

Od.

is

i]dd with

Tuv

notice

(ivpruv,

swears

See

by

his

Becker's

465

14.

more
as

25

as

in

caper,

3.

^5i"...

the garis
as
sc.

gods

but

ktj

ttjk

by the
K/"d/U;3i;v.
6.

ovBev

did

Zeno

swore

S.

yeveaOab

irv

used

ydp

not

swore

:
Kdirirapiv
cabbage,

II.,

of

"re

swear

expressions

xaTrvpiv ytKiiras, see

Kairvpbs
laughter.

ttovo^

Kiva, vii"riiv
xv""'!

vi)tov

irXiravov.

ttiv

flowers

CharicUs

such

usual

rj

Socrates

12.

the

ifiol

ofioio";

B"pov.

to

n.

5.

by
7eX("(rai. It

kvkvo";,

^iXrjrd, (fiiXrjaai
ire

Kaff' rfkiKLav

yehav
22
c.
ye\d"ras.,,T]Si,
4. c.
i^ey^Xaaay.

natural.

'xelpa^

yeXda-a";d"j)lricri
(^(ovrfv,

KUTrvpov

yev6fievo";. ifiolfiev,

cf.
iy(ka...i,iTaX6v,

Kard

olB'

ovk

et?

Trape^eivre

poiav,

"x^eXiBwvoiire dTjBmv

x^pSiKos v"ott6s,

dener

Kara

wfivvov

koi

dv0f), rv^ofv

yeoTTds.

have

koi

fivproi^

Tot";

fie

Bpeiretvrd

'EiVTav6a

veo^') opa

to

Be irkijcrLov eyeka

dvfjLoiiadai.iBeofirfvovv

firjKeri

ovSei"!' (ffovXofiaiyap

i,ira\6v

rfj
e7repeiadfievo";

direKpivarofiev oiiBev,a-ra,';

Koi

j^^prjfia rjv

^ovK6fievo";dXXorpiov KfJTrov

ti

"

yepcov

leal

yepcov

ri

evo";.

5.

oXav

koI

ertriBov'ifirfKmv koX

^vrd

TO,

w?

firjBev
en
(fjo^ovfievov

d^aeiv

7roiKi\ov

rivog
eirvvdavofitiv
(fyvXaTTOov firj "^vyr],

afia

yeiTovcov

6 Be

rpvya.

Kovtfxoi;/cai

fieraOecov p-ocr-

exafiov

tovto

oSi'

KUfimv

fie

ra"s

Trpdyfiara et7')(pv ipt,"f"ov^

fiev

dpTiyevvrjTOv^'aXka

Koi

dyepw^^tas

vtt

ralf;

yaXa0r]vov";BieoKcov,TroXXa/ct?
^ou?

eir

poSo)viai";
virorpe'xcov,
nrephiKOf
vTroKpfTrro/tiei/o?,
wairep

/^.t^kcoo-iv

KauToi

veoTTo^.

fit]

eirai-

mpfirjaa

ovv

KaraKXdirrj' 6 Se

poia";

paSitoi;VTre(j)evye,
TroTe
Be

^v
'^v,
/j,6vo";

eyi) fiev

KrJTTov Tpvy"v.

II

[BOOK

lyv/ttvo?

Seio'a^
ffyWiji/ro/ieiio?,

w?

"TTore

OF

\e\ovfievo";.

apri

iBiov

a)9

STORY

by

"V

the

another
vtj

L.

Tijv
and

clear, ringing

64

THE

m^eKrjaei

STORY

yiipa';7rpo9

to

to

^iXt^fia.Zv"T6ripaT0";
eym
aWo?

TovTtov

SoK"

WKVTepo"i
aXXa

Traiy,

Trai'Tos

eXei

Tft)

Kai

Trpo?

"7ol

Kal

KaXa

Se

Kal

to,

firj

Tts

oirmpa

TeTpvyr]Tai,

Tt?

nrrjyr)

reTcipaKTai.

tovto
Oeacrdfievo?

to

Taura

6.

T"v

cu/xov

Kal

wfimv,

Kal

lidTr}v
TavTa's

ra?

irpco-pvTEpos, cf.
195

rmro

'iaTeroS

Kal

Kpdvov

et?

TroXta?

01.

i.

S' oiiK

S^vaiTO
Birds

elSov

Kal

avTOV

twv

Sid

KXdSov

d/j,ei^a"v
eK

Plat.

Symp.
"Epwff
ipxaiirepds
ufs

64ft"v ^pytav

wpdrepov
700
fivyivos i,davdTwv, irply*Epus

ffwipLt^eyairavTa.

yipa

ev

KaOdirep driBovo";veoTTO^,
t"v

7rTepvya";

Kal

TTTep'vyav

ovTe

twv

el Be fir)

avTov.

474

-z.

Povk6Xiov,

irXarii

to

irXoT^'

alir6\ia

Hom.

L.

c.

and
91

Troifiaivuj II.
12

//.

alyuv.

woi|iaCv(i" dfpairei;u,see
S.

16

"jre7raT7)Tai,

/irjBe
yr)pdcra"i
etjjvaa,
p-aTaioTe-

iravTos

ir"vrijiv waTTjp
Arist,
tAos.

pl^a

ii6vo";
dvOpmirmv

TavTa

ovre

Find.
XP'VO")
6
iwolnfrov oiS' 4i" -xfibvos,

TO"

e'^oi?
XouT/aois dpBo-

/xr)

aKpov.

iaTiv.
avTov

tovto

av6ov";

TO^dpia fieTa^v

oiix ofXoKoyw

Bia

Kal

fit]

%afpe

kXuBov

elBov

ovKSTi

emdivov,

"J)vt"v KaTaKeKXaoTai,

avrfXaTO,

eiircav

(pvXXav dvelpwev

Kal

Kai

iraiBiov."

fivppiva% Kal

eTrl Td";

iK

/irj tii

ayavoi,

av6eai

TOt?

Xovofiai.

"j"VTarots
t"v

aoi

aXka

"

wapecrTtOTa.

Traioe?

Tepirofiat

TavTai";

irr)yai";

avOij

to,

opa

fieva.

TaK

"KeLV"p

avpiTTOVTi

croi

(rvvaydyo)to

ev

el
tov

avTov

Ad"j}Vtv Troifiaivw

et?

koX
ep'x^ofiai ktjttov

(TOV

KCLV
cj"vT0i";

Tot?

ijSr](rot

he

avTov's

koI

Koprj

Ty

Tt?

iyco, koX

'AfiapyWiSoi
ijpa,"!

vvv

ryeeapyoL

TjviKa av

Kal

^XoTjv'

Trapijfi'rjv

irXTjalov fiaXa

KaiTOt,

KoX

^ovKoKoi

TOV

KaX

el

iv
TrpcoO'^^Tjv

vefjuovra

eKeLvr]veBto/ca,KaX

o^v

fiev

6t?

olha

ae

ev

to

koX

asTm

oi)Toi, Trah

opvK.

^yol'; iKeivat";,
rfViKa

rats

oii'X^
ea"pa";

fie

lepaKi koX

koL

^ovkoKiov

irXaTv

TO

ifie fieTo,

Kpovov Trpea^vTspo^

tov

'x^povov.

SuoKeiv

/itj

II

[BOOK

OF

See

note

on

and
4.

of gods
So
fiell^ovi...iroin4vi..
guardian angels. Aesch. Eum.

Tro^Tratos

ttr6i

rbvbe

iroi/Jtalvuv

ifiiv IkH'1)v,of Hermes.


t5 luBiviv, cf. 4. c. 4 ri SeiXivbv.
cf. Tbeocr.
icXdSov a|iECp(i"v,
6.

5,

DAPHNIS

6]

after

stay thee

to

am

tender

than

thee

tend

when

by thy

and

though

husbandmen

and

care

side

them

thy garden
in these

and

fruit
And

fair.

aught
down,

of
a

thy

With

6.

like

bushes
to

granted

And

bow

and

shoulders,
weapons.

silvered

in

and

And,

and

I20

of
of

he

and

my

vain, unless

than

come

blossoms

bath

and
flowers

thy

bloom

flower

muddy

alone

sprang

in

so

trampled
hold

and

old

thy

lost

the

gliding

from

leaves

wings

quiver slung
I

into

up

and

the

the

spied

soon

sooner

thy plants be snapped,

single

no

me

my

and

it

age

me."

all

old

age
iwl

has

the

to

his

on

sight
my

robbed

myrtle
bough
topmost

shoulders
his

between

children, unless

oi S' h-i Kwpoi


vjrepiruTWi'rai
"Epowcs, oloi aridoviSijesdefo/io'Si'
Ij.

through

thee

through
I

and

tiny

fruits and

see

watch

my

daybreak

at

was

herdsmen

Chloe, and

nightingale

then

his

his

words

young

and

now

troubled

espy

clambered

bough

twigs.

to

these

And

waters

to

aye

heirs.

aught

for

man,

maiden,
stout

the
:

not

hast

and

didst

thou

plundered,

single spring

dear

didst

beeches

yonder

to

thou

me

thy

to

the

whether

fruit

thyself a lucky
been

but

pipe

himself, and

and

another

by

too

see

Time

older

marshland,

bird.

am

fat

thy springs

bedewed

nay

in yon

frolic amid

to

I seem,

didst

even

swift-swooping

thou

thy

one

prey

thy youth

Daphnis

to

easy

of

now

be

to

no

bar

no

prove

flower

close

so

will

I fall

Father

thou

as

is all for

I led

bathe

has

herds

thee, and

to

and

to

the

in

stood

her

have

than

6$

age

other

any

thy Amaryllis

woo

gave

Yet

or

older

thy roaming

seated

old

boy, boy though

Kronos,

knew

CHLOE

kiss

one
me.

eagle

or

no

but

chasing

falcon

to

For

years

AND

wings

him

and

locks

have

of

me

Sii"Spei iriirravTai.
reipiifitvot
o^ov air' ofw.

of

my

irrepiyiov

66

THE

pai
Kai

II

[BOOK

^pevai; eKTrjadfiTiv,
^Epoan, w TratSe?,leareaireiaOe,
"Eipiori
v/jicov /iiXei.'
Tlavv

rj opvif,
"609

Kot

hia

Kparel Be
Kai

kuI

tovto

rwv

(jyvTuravra

rovrov

Kai

peovai

Kai

Kai

fjfiriv
veof,

e^otov
iyfrvxpfiTjv

eve^aivov

iroTafiov";

^07)6ov

Kai

CO?

r6

co?

rij^ IltTvo?

avTov

^Ap,apv\X[Bo";ovofia

Td"i avpiyya';,

reKXmv

Be

'AfiapvWiSa
"EpuTi.

ovk

|iA.",so

vfMv

on

c.

23

Si

TO

Cf.
/ieX^cet ireplvfi(av''EpujTi.
6
fin.,3. c. 27 ydfiov /jiiy/liXei
3. c.
rrjs X\6i)S S,XKtp det} and 4. c. 36 fin.

Xo'yov, Plat.

[ivOovov

lidBovs dW
4. 61 B iroteii'
t" IcrrC irore, cf. note
brnfw., I.
Kparci,

regnat

et

on

Phaed.

Xiyous.
ri

yap

8.

c.

4.

Ov.

IpwTo.

01)

in

c.

16

Her.
dominos

4.

12

(Amor)

ius habet

rd';

deos.

Tpo^rj";

ovTe

virvov

ille

ax;

yap

rjpovfirjv.
to

crwfia

veKpovfievoi;,

Tldva

tov

/Sou? eOeXjyov,

fiev

ovBev

yap

Soph.

Ka-

Ant.

(^dpfiaKov,

ySi'E/jus

ariKare

fidxnty.
iroraiioi piovm, avt\U)i Trviovmv,
the jingle.
again observe
note
see
on
oJirrpiji,
c. 13
/Sods
otarpifrXiiyel/nis.
i.

'HM*'!
in New

aijTT'qTov

riv

fiev

ip,e KaXovaav

fier

"EpwTO?

r/yov.

rpdr/ov

epacrdevra- iirrjvovvttjv

fwi

aXXa

7.

Kai

eKoKovv

Kao/ievo^'

ravpov

avro'i

7rat6p,evo":,
eaimnrcov

a)9

rd

-jroTafiol

KapBiav hraXKop.'qv,

rrjv

aiywv

epya-

xal

eyw

oine
irpoae^epofii^v,

irorov

aarpatv,

t"v

r}Ko\ov6ei "Kavraypv.

Kai,

'^vxvv,

TTjv

Be

Kai
rjpaaO'rjv
'AfiapvXXiBoi;'

ovTe
e/ie/jLvrj/jLTjv,

rfkyovv

offov

o'la-rpq)
TrXiyiyet?efivKaro'

w?

(piXrjaavTaaiya,

roaovrov,

Koi

Be

irero-

BidtKei

rovrov

eyvmv

e^Jj*

"aWo9

"Epwros

Btd

irat";,

koX

Ka\o";

roaovrov

dvffrjirdvra

Trouj/jLaTa.

ukov-

^t\i;Ta?

Se

vfiei'i

dvefioi irveovabv.

epaadevra,

koI

Bvvarai

ovBe

"

rd

Trpo^drcov.

Twv

'H%(B

6ewv

Xdyoi/

aToi/)(elo)v,
Kparet

fiev

ofioioav

KaX
')(aipei

veoTrjTt

Kparei

oil

"E/sm?,vorepa

oSv

6 "Epw?, i/eo?
"jraiBe";,

Zevs.

irore

-rraXiv

avaiTTepol.
yfrvxa.'}

Ta?

ovBe

rl ia-ri

hvvarai.

Ti

iffTiv,w

fievo's.
Kai,

eTep(fi6rjcrav
Scnrep fivdov

eTTwddvovTo

KOi

ovres

eh

OF

ra?

7.

'

STORY

ovri

in

1*'^

Jo""!"fo""

V",

common

Test._
cf. i.
Tpocfiijs...,

similar

exaggerated

condition.
antithesis

c.

17 Chloe
Note
the

of these

three

6,7]

DAPHNIS

wits, you

will

7.

The

doubted

be,

of

again
his

None

your

fortunes.'

twain

were

spellbound
and

Philetas

spoke

hand

surer

and

These

blossoms

plants

his

breezes

loved

handicraft:
And

and

nor

craved

and

love

my

if in

as

while

my

heart

limbs

I thanked
echoed
charmed

There

each

groups,

Echo

kine
is

no

composed

but

for

esp.

adest

Ov.

379 forte puer.


?

'

et

the

could
to

three

'

Met.

3. 339-4OI

.dixerat
.

cf. the

'ecquis

adest,'responderat Echo

brake

call my

Love,

cure

glow

As

if in

closed,

the

stream.

Piously

me.

of

Amaryllis

my

pipe:

dearest
no

love

draught,

it
to
no

coeamus,' ait,...'coeamus,'

...'hue

Echo.

ovScv
oiSev

was

the

lips were
aid

food

my

soul

my

with

name

not

to

that

myself

I
to

in

love

in
too

shivered.

Pitys

wrath

phrases.
story of Echo,

bull

sleep :

these

flow, the

not

my

rettulit

l|U KoVouo-av,
'Hxa...|i.eT'

Love,

And

came

and

the

flocks.

your

of

throbbed

when

charm

of

rule

flung myself

In

vows.

my
my

his love

by

if in death

as

flames

Nymph
to

me.

aloud,

rules

fellow-gods with

mighty

no

chilled

were

He

everywhere.
:

god,

soul.

breeze-stung, a goat

Amaryllis

And

man's

brooklets

sought

Pan

on

the

and

burning

I called

works

drink

I cried

torture

the

seen

followed

loved

to

troubled

though

and

you

bids

I have

as

its mate
young

he

might

is in

wing

his

they

pleasure

himself

than

all

are

power.

to

rules

power

too

blow.

was

and

stars

truer

bellowing

and

of

the

his

his

task

Zeus

not

Love

children, is

so

god

tale,but

what

lay

and

the

and

his

at

Love, my

beauty, his

power,

elements, rules

'

winged

is

such

wherein

67
Love

questioned

bird, and

or

chase

has

of

god

guard

youthful, handsome,
youth,

CHLOE

the

to

its truth

boy,

or

then

consecrate

are

of Love

AND

wbr

4idf|iaK0v, Theocr.

ipwra
kov
B.Wo, Ni/cia, oDt
So/cet,ovB' i-irhraaTov
toi'

ii.

ireipvKei"t"apii.a-

iy^uxTov, ifiXv
ijral llieptSes.

s"

68

THE

oi
OTi

fir)

8.
rerai,

irepi^oXr).'

^tXijTa?

ToaavTa

Tiva";

oi

'Ka^mv.

dKovaravTe"i

he

koX
icaTd\ei"j}devTe";
ra?

ovofia

iiraveXdovre'i

oh

evSeiv

Biivavrai,

ov

BoKovai,

xdecrdat

ei
elBoTe'i,

euirev

iravTa

Kal

^iXi^ra?.

Ik

to

eKeXevcre.

076\a?

av

"Km"i

Kai,

(j"ev^eTai.Kai

ttcS?

av

Kal

KaToXrjt^eTai.

eirl

ra?

^vyelv.

ovBe

aW

Bo"i epwvTa.

oaa

r]fid"i
xa?

vefieiv

Xd^oi

aiiTO

iart,

fiiKpov

"j"vyoi
; irTepd

Ni/yu.0a9Bel ^otjOow

^iXr/Tav 6 Hdv
eiirev

iptofievoi;.

^rjTov/jiev
; dKrjdr)

Kal

avTo

Ttt

k'^ttoviraiBiov (S(f"0r)

tov

eKelvo

Tt";

ipwfievdWijXav

ija" Be

dWrfKov;

iraTpdaiv '^/atov
ovap

Tot?

ev-)(ofieda
r^evecrdai
ttjv

6 epw;,

tL Be

iirtOvfJiova-iv

irvp.

6 epco"s' Kal

/juiv
eariv

dX^ov/iev

TavTa

ovv

Kal
fjfiel';.
Trda-'X^ofiev

vvv

Outtov
eaTtv

epwvTe"i,

^yaet?r/fieXijKafiev.Kad-

fiev

tovto

tovto

'dXyova-ivoi

Trap' fjfilvto

a^xeBov tovto

"qfiepav,
OVK

koI

Bid

dXK-^Xov; opdv

tovto

rdi; eTravXet?

eh

vvKTcop

Kal

dfie\ov"riv,
rjfjkel'i.
ttro)?

Koi

irp"TOV

Tore

crvveaTaXijcrav
""^Dj(d"}

re

rd avrdSv.

rjKova-av

diraWdr-

avTov";

rjSr)Kepdtrrriv
epi,"f"ov

koX

avrwv

fiovoi

Koi,

nrape^aWov

irai8evaa^

irap

EptOTO?

to

XvTTi;?

tL

/iev

II

[Book

iv aSal"s XaXovfievov,

kol
"j"tKr)fia

rvpov^

VTTO

OF

iaOiofievov,ovk

ovK

TTivofievov,

STORY

e^et,

KaTa-

'A/iapuWtd"(j)eKj]"Tev

dpa (jtapfiaxa,TavTa

^ijTijTeov,

Kal
irepi^oXrjv.'
"f"L\r)fj,a
9.

e"f)iXr)a'av
fiev

vofirjv

Kal

eiroiTfcrav,

10.

8.

ouK

'EvdewTepot Br) KaTa

rav

t^s rpoifiTjsor

vpo^iruv.

clSoTCS..., others
elSdres.

J/jus, iytii Be
while

dXK-qXov"iIBovrev,o

others

ei
6

read

d"ye\a";
ets

fiijTTCo

irpoTepov

irepik^oKov Td"i jfclpai;


iiraXKd^avTe";.

sc.
a|iEXou(riv,

perhaps
oiK

dr/ayovTe'i
t^? iiriov"rr)';
r]iiepa"; ra?

Kat

tovto

ttjv

etriova'av

standing /i^jagain
cKCtvo,

punctuate
b
iUv iaTiv

tI
ipiifievos,

oBk...

for p.kv,underiJ.ii

ovap
construction
in

c.

24.

^vyoi,
irraviv

with

i.e. in

^7ii)5^....
i.e.

is adverbial
iraTpaxriv,

Bion

koX

dvi-

rjfiepav

dat.

The

7.
accus.

of

as

agent.

13. (7.) 6 es tI
ixa^dKov iSiraa-as

d4

viv

rmevy

drug,
fond

With

these

their

with

their

the

in

our

do

we

and

we

this

love

seek

Philetas

Or

kisses

and

left

them,

in his

how

beg

their

aid

And

pasture, and

10.

another

true.

His

Let

the

then

try

the

day

next

pleasure, and

i!)S fiiiiriKpivibvra

old

bade

then

he

can

the

us

is

slip.

winged

Nymphs

the

help

him

showed

he

charms

and

win

to

is he

and

give

no

the

embraced

next

Swaineda

day

ttjvov

broke

Greek

In

later

other

they
ijA] was

in

their

flocks

they kissed, a

other
each

than
ofjrw.

led

they

each

saw

dXiJIoi;
for
(iijiru,

flee to

Philetas

they

when

as

thus
of

How

For

this

whether

words

fathers

slip ?

so

embrace.'

an

on

even

suffer

we

will

gave

must

rest

Surely
not

flocks.

then

us

other,

the

our

are

a-fire,fire burns

do

and

the

so

orchard-plunderer
to

tiny

cannot

know

Surely

their

him

yet Pan

And

is

they

quickly.

Why

.i*

sufferingsand
and

but

nightfall

at

each

see

other

dream

he

us.

to

cramped

Love

pain

be

to

seem

more

tend

to

we

kid

left alone

came

in

do

nor

and

were

their

on

little

in

give

and

kiss

they

loved.

am

one

We

Amaryllis.

untasted

yet I

we

catch

of

are

yearn

each

.'' For

will

name

Lovers

dawn

to

out

and

9.

they

love

us

can

they

the

they

cheeses

that

when

food,
:

appeared

caught

day

ring

send

be

we

we

once

them

can

too

is love

who

for

for

pray

Why

of

'

not

care

hearts

be

now

grief,and
words.

sleep,nor

nor

9.

only

Philetas

they pondered

man's

they

with

homestead

old

And

knowledge

hearts

the

words

sage

horns.

new-found

us,

save

gifts of gratitude, some

budding

the

he

69

embrace.'

hands

we

CHLOE

witch-sung spell,nought

no

8.

to

AND

DAPHNIS

id]

7"

the

to
new

tenderly.

rose

used

Classical

still

more

writers.

more

freely

THE

70

poi^m Td"s dyeXa"; KaTrfKavvov

Koi

(TTTjaav

II

[Book

OF

STORY

iireiyoiJi.evo

KoX lB6vre"i a\X'ijfKov"s


"fia fieiBtdfian
i^iKri/jLara'
KareSpa/jbov. rd fiev o5v (fnXij/iaraeyivero koX 17 ireptTO,

wpo?

T(Sv

^oXr)

rjKo\ovdr)"7e.
"x^ecpiSv

iv

lyrjTov

Biadeadai

yirjOvuvaioi,ir\ov"TLOi,

Neot

12.

olKeTa";

koi

fiev

Xovrpd

Koi

TeXw";.

fiev

KaX

6aXdaari"; ttXtjo'iov.

Se

dvdpwTTmv

irapanrXeovre';Se

eiroiovv

troXv'^(ricrifievT)

oiKijaeaiv

irapdheiaoL re

avvexv

rd

"j)vaeci)";
epya,

fiijaai KaXd.
fiev

f)irapaXia

yap

koX

ra

ivr)-

iravTa

kukov
ivopfii^o/jievoi

irepTrovro,TTore

ix
dr/tciaTpoi";
KoXd/iav dvqpTrifie.voi';

Xeirrov

Xivov

Se

dXiTevov";,iroTe

ireTpwi

ex

aXar),

Koi

re')(yai'

ovSev, TeptfreK Se iroiKiXa's

dXtevovrei
"jrerpaiovi;
i'xdv"s

Kad-

Kadicravrei;, tov";

irpoaKwirovv

MiVriXrivaiotv dypoii^irepiiirkeov,
ocrot,

evX"fiev6";
re

rpv-

fiiKpdv

^eviKy riptlretOekija-avre^,vavv

e\KvaavTe";

rov

iv rat?
dfnriXoi'i
Xay''"^^''
tov
"^euyovTa";
Oopv^ov XapL^dvovret;.rjSr]Se koi opvlOeovdypa"; ip,eXriaev

BiKTVoi^

Kvcri Koi

eXa^ov

Koi

avTOK,

""Tre

wriBa^'

17

KaX v^TTa"s Kai


^po'XpK X^^"'''drfpiov";
xal
dxfteXeiav
rpaTre^i]";
rep-^ii;avroig

Trapelxev.

el Be

eXdp,0avov

ireptTTOTepovs

eBei

XovTe";.

Be /lovov

iBoKei'
da-"f)aXe"!
reveiv

dprov

rr)v

oivov

/cat

Kal

iv

drypoi"s

rot?

0x1

"TTey7)";'

ydp

ivGaXar"pa"; ive(7Tm(rr}"i
dvelXKov

vavv

t"v

aria's o/SoXou? tcara^dX-

rri";

p.eToircopivrj'i

KaX

ware

irpoaeBei,
irapd

Tivo";

eirX rr/v

yrjv

vvKTa

BeBoiKOTei;.
XetP'ipi'Ov
OJ.
poi%"f, Horn.
9. 315
TToXXj
potfy ""P^s"pos T-p^xeirtova
Cf. 3. c. 28 iki^vis
Hy\a Kii/cXit)^.
pol^ip iroXX^ ras
yXawe
atyos eis
ripi vo/iTiv.
4v fcviK'gTcpi|"Ei,
cf. 4. c. 1 1
12.

aut

Parrhasius

els i,TrS\avaiv

hie

saxo,

Ti\vai=Texv'/ilMTa as

10.

5^

ihiTjiijSovrji.

L.
^"rKt||UvT|,

give

S.

iaKiui

illustrations

numerous

useofdffK^d)

and

to

adorn

with

of

I.

this

buildings.

in

Soph.

O. C. 472
rix'^t cf.

KpaTiipes...iydpiseSx^ipos
Verg. Am.
5. 359 cUpeum
Hor.
Od.
...Didymaonis artes.
4.

8.

divite

me

scilicet

artium

protulit aut

liquidis ille

Cf. 4.

c.

4iroiei

rix"!-

rd, iiev

quas

Scopas

coloribus.

((pepevi)y?,

Valckenaer's
IvTiPijo-oi,

ra

emenda-

5^

THE

72

13.

TtBy

St; Ti?

STORY

wypoiKfov

7raT7)6evra ^oTpvSia

TO.

OF

rfji; irpoTepov
a')(pLvov,
'X^prj^wv
ddXarrav
eK0mv, d^povprira rfj

Kpix^a iirl ttjv


ro
vrfC irpoaeXOcov,
irelarp.aeKkvaai;,

payeitrT)^,

^XPV^^^'

ecoOev

e%/"?o'"TO.

^rjTTjaiviiroiovvTO

ifkeov

iSoxei

avrolg

yap

a")(pivov

t^?

e/c

oBwv

Toov

irehlov

to

el'^^ovwa-re

ovk

TrpvfjLvr)^

fiaXXov

ovSev

iv

avTwv

a-)(pivov

Br/ Kvve"i

fiev

TavTTj

yrjveBrjaav.

ttjv

ddXarrav

eireiTa

^aivofievKaKfj

a/j,a

opeivd KaraXi-

Be rd

alya";,at

Xvyov

ttjv

OrjpavXayoowv.

e?

wpfirjcrav

yjrdfifio)
Tpd^ifiov,iXOova-ai

dpaavrepai

Acuf"vi,^'

Toi'; evKat,poi";

ol

ra?

nrape-

eKSijcraadai ireirrfia'

dxpa';eh

Trpdi rrjv

Tt

/cat

arpeyfravre';w?

eKtvoaraTovv.

BiadeovTe"; i^o^r/aav
TTovcrai

XXoi;

r\

d^evre";pLvrfKarelv,ev

Kvvw;

vai";

etvat

^evoBoKovs

irapeXda'avTei;
Trpoaop/MV-

aiKovv

'xXcopdv fiaxpav

vavv

Tou?

o??

iv

koXov

ovv

fiev

Be

\vyov
TTJV

dypoK,

Tot?

ri

ovBeli

koX {mfioXoyei yap


TreLafiaro^

tov

es

KOfiLtra^,

M.T]6vfivaioiveavierKOi

ol

(rTa8iov"i TpiaKovra

Kot

t,ovTai

Be

o^v

OiKaSe

kXotttjv) aiXLya fiefi-^d/jbevoi


tov"!

TTjv

ffXi^ovTO^

dvoKKtjv \i6ov

e?

II

[BOOK

exovcrd'i'

rr/i/

Trpo?

ai

vavv

'^Xcopdv,fiBeBero f)vav";,

ttjv

aireijiayov.
'Hi'

14.

Be

0evTO";

airo

avTTjv

virrjveyicev

to

cook

the

their food

as

trvev

rj

well

as

p-aTo";.

nvl

Tuv

ISbvTwv.
tGiv

This

spend

Tis

dYpoiKwv,

position

of

irXowiuc,
So

cf. 3.

ns

4.

for

c.

28

c.

tuiii

the

rov

Classical

infrequently

Greek,
in

authors.

but

occurs

Pausanias,

with

in
the

tis

beams

not

Lucian

the

the

flesh

between
to

Kivr}-

Brjp,dXa XvOelcrav

XC6ov, after

pressed

Xen.

rfj OaXdrry,
Kal

KV(iaTO";

21

Cyrop. 7. 2. 3
hi T% a,KpoT6J\ei
ticos
(ppoupdv.
position of tk is not common

late

Ta^v

iraXippoia

to

iv

trodden

T(3v

unusual

and

opwv

kXvBooviov

night.
13.

in

twv

Kal

vat,

grapes
the

that

had

been

grape-skins
left

was

millstones

extract

to

es

were

heavy
juice that
or

all the

remained.

cf.
4\6(av...irpoorcX6uv,

l(t"fpov l"pepov.
...

Cf.

i.

c.

1.

c.

10

32

iyayoS"ra...el"ra-yayov"ra.

trraSCovs, heterog. plural


(rraSiov.

from

DAPHNIS

14]

13,

Now

13.

(his

own

the

beach

crew

and

for

sailed

near

hoping

to

long

ship's

at

withe

find

the
But

likely spots.

scent

and

the

hounds

and

fled

nought

down

that

stirred

Xa-yuuv, again
irpv|jivr|s,when
with
turned
were
wards

delay

ready
and

for

were

their

hunter's

and

the

of

it from

the

loosed

the

from

most

barking
the

they

and

some,

the

ship

nibbled

crags
found

boldest

the

shore

and

Epic form.
they
ships beached
their

prows

be

swell

from

down

swept

the

carried

it out

to

so
Tpw"i|iov,

aivo/xiva
14.

sea-

launching without
fast by cables
made

gentle

wave

the

withe

light
billows

riiv

of foxes

or

and

is

fisherman's

both
net.

of the
on

the

tide

the

hills,

unloosed
the

Theocr.

open

49

rpd^i/wv.

kXvSuviov,
swell

on

the

with

ripple,

here

also

after the

beach.

wave

backwash
has

heavy

surf.

iroXCppoia, the strong


\lvov

And

there

coming

stern.

tXivooTOTow,

they

so

fro

and

leaped

the

they

in the

snares

to

on

to

light breeze

the

from

barque

backwash

the

soon

chanced

there

by

hosts

they

And

graze

would

or

bound

their

beach.

men

fast,they twisted

then

these

it

it fast.

held
And

14.

and

to

and

herd, straying towards

of the
cord

sand

the

on

the

to

vessel

ran

use

hares.

with

and

set

its

Daphnis dwelled,

stocked

And

to

by

one

no

league

and

rope

land.

terrifying the goats

and

for

the

down

young

inhospitable

Chloe

make

into

the

to

poop
to

to

rope

no

and

grapes

to

these

rope

coasting

plain well

the

it home

dawn

their

fields where

find

green

hounds

from

when

the

trampled
unguarded

took

theft, rating their

had

they

sea

Well,

After

left

ship
and

sought

away.

landed

the
rope

Methymna

the

need

to

going cautiously

so

73

chanced

crushes

the

loosed

the

CHLOE

peasants

that

stone

reached

he

need.

confess

as

the

the

being broken)

his

from

of

one

raise

to

rope

AND

broken

THE

74

STORY

"7rk\ayo";
fxerkcopovetpepev. ala-6'ij"ieco(!
Brj rot?
vaioi^ ryevo/jLevTi";,ol

i^ocov Be

a-vveXeyov

Kwai;

ifKriaiov aypmv

todv

o^"\.o";- Tov
Kara

yap

Kol

ovv

T6

Adficova Kal

TOV

Be

Kal
7rai6fievo";

re

iKereve

tS)v

vifiovraTd"; alya"i,

Kal

he

et?

Koi

Tt?

S')jacov.6

to?

koX
dr/poixovi

tov";

Be

TrpcoTov?
ol

eTreKaXeiTO,
l3ori6ov";

dvTei')(pvTO
trKippolyepovTe"!

kpymv la-xypd";
e%oz/Te?,

rjv ovSep

o\iy(ov KT7]fji,dra"v

'xeipa";,

ApvavTa

tov

a\V

direhvov.

eiraiov,

KvvoSeafiOvapd/ievo';
to,';
Trepirjye
e^oa

e"

tov?

iravTai;

ovk

i^rjTovu tov

^d^vtv

tov?

aK/jui^ovTO'i,
dcr^x^eTip
rdx^t

7rvev/jLaT0";

e(f"ep"TO.ol S'

rov

evpovrei}

Tnii/Te?,w?
crvveKOelv.

^TjOvfivaioi(rrepofievoi

01

M.rjdvji-

edeov, ol Se

daXaacrav

aKovaavrai;

'i)vav^

povv

iirl Trjv

fiev

II

[Book

OF

Kal

eK
')(elpat;

yecopyiKav

rj^LovvBiKaioXoyrjcraaOai
irepl

yeyevT) fievav.

15.

Taura

Be

Kal

KaQii^ovat,^iXrjrdv

t"v

el-xevev

rjv Ttbv

TrapovTcov

"rvv7j"}

Be
"jrepiTrrji;.
irpatToi,
Kal

aa^i)
et?

Be

TovTw

Trjv

re

6mv;
oaov

Bid

OoKaTTav

Xvyov

Kareardiovo'i

Be

al
Kal

dv6

wvrjaaiTO.

i^v ovSkv

dypov";dv

tou?

as
oiJieXoSi

in

c.

2o

eK

and

xcpi'tj'yE,
sc. els ToSiriaBev,
behind

o-KippoC,also

'

twisted

his back.'
written

o^v

fiev

irKipoi.

16.

eiBeg

oiei fiecrrrjv
Be

olo^
Tt?

Koap.o';

tovtov

c.

13.

humanum

dyakvv(ov.

ixeiva

tovtov^

7"(Dp7i.Kuv
4.

genus
arvis

KaT6\0ova-ai

diTo\vov"Tiv.

vavv

d^iov/jiev
dyeiv

mv

infra.

his hands

Trjv

iadr)^ dir6\(o\ev.

dpyvpiov.

"HX6o/iev

KareXirrroftev,

alye";tovtov

iroamv
rfj daXdrr-r] ^epofievijv,

fiev

'

rrjv

okt^s

tjj?

BiKaio-

MrjffvfivaloL

BiKaar-qv.

e'xpvre'i

yap

^rfTrjaiviiroiovfieda
dijpicov.ev

kvvwv

TT/v

dia

dW'

t"v

Trpo'i

ev

avTTiv

ol

Karriyopovv

eirl
'x^aipa B'^cravTe";

Xvyw

avTol

KWjjbrjTai,';

rot?

roix; dypov"; ffr/pdcrai,


dekovTe's.

rovTov;

vavv

/c\60?

^ovkoKov

a-vvro/ut

Tr/aew/SuTaTo?Te

^ovkoKov

rov

Kal

d^iovvTfov,BiKacrrrjv

aXKav

e')(ct"v,

irovqpov
Hpfuv,
Cf.

Lucr.

multo

ovra

cf.

2.

c.

5. 925
fuit illud

et

in

durius.
oto

(Uv "r6i]s,Hor.

"p.

1.

6.

And

sea.

down
one

the

beach

and

all

countryfolk
all in

with

at

their

found

Daphnis

them

bind
out

took

him,

Dryas

and

to

and

come

15.

in

the

oldest

the

when

And

placed

plainly

and

hunt, and

to

the

left

nibbled

at

have

coined

'qui

possum
et

post paullo
domi

si

praebere

quot

ait,

raiment,

toUeret

et
'

vel

for

buy

as

our

withe
with

down

and
self
your-

you

up

costly

hounds
all

the
that

slave

omnes.
so

Xen.

Cyn.

6.

kvvwv

Kbafi.o'i.
silver coins.

iK"va.=T6,ya.Ba,
o?"

case

prey

our

to

his

meaning

with

dpyiipiov,here

"

quinque

partem

gear

Kaa-fios,
6e

came

laden

claim

we

for

green

boat, and

enough

posset

'tamen

scribit sibi milia

chlamydum

deep

rogatus,
mittam

habebo

sea,

this

Lucullus,
tot?'

to

goats

they

their

spot

our

course

toil

Philetas,

pled

old

too

peasantry

by

the

and

case.

cowherd

fast

cried

rustic

this

this

to

stout

the

at

one

hands

two

urged

to

loosed

wealth

For

here.

out

and

Lamon

their

the

fellow's

rich

money,

scenae

quaeram

and

with

freight,stored

chlamydes

set

it swept

seen

country

made

this

cord

our

ship

in

and

on

strangers

landed

we

Meanwhile

hounds.

centum

our

the

boat

And
his

of

the

We

'

shore, while

folk

among

then

him

him.

these

trial

judgment

famed

shortly

to

and

of

and

Before

other

but

the

shrieked

by

due

whole

goatherd

back

And

hardened

the

seat

there

honesty.

esse

and

the

all called

him.

help

stoutly, demanding

resisted

for

twisted

above

the

Methymnaeans

pain Daphnis

and

peasants

horny-handed

men

40

his

in

hounds,

swept

stripped

and

the

together

and

sought

sped

some

that

ran

the

and

dogleash

and

And

beat

off

outcry

an

them

loss

it

called

still freshened

great

and

the

to

such

current.

75

observed

men

heard

wind

CHLOE

others

raised

the

wrath

young
while

round

vain, the

swiftly

of

the

when

to

but

AND

DAPHNIS

IS]

14,

ii^ar'ffi
ayaffav

cf. supra

irlxsuv

THE

76
auroXov,

16.

TocravTa

irdvrwv

opSiv irapovaav

aVyai

Ta?

veftm

KUKm^

fiev

e/ir)

SSe

iroWa

Kal v\aKrovvTe";

KaKW

a-K\i]pa KareBCco^av aura?

ov

Tfj"! 0aXdTT7]";.

vovv

iriarevcrei

17.

e^mi',

on

virb

rov

irvev-

alymv,

ovk

Kai

apyvpo"i.

tv";

-irelcrfia

TouTot?

eireBaKpyaev

BiKacrTrji;
wfipve

Kal

Tldva

Kal
Adxfivi,'}

Sare

elvai

Be

BiKaardt;.

]^T)0v/ivaioi";
Xeytov

oIktov

et?

^tX7}Td"; 6

dBiKeiv Ad(j)vtv,
Ni5/u.0a?,
fiijBev

Td"; alya";,tt^v
/j,r)Be
aXXov";

wv

yfrdfifim
iroav

eV

(^epovcravav";

Toaavra

Toil? d/^poiKovt;iroXvv
vTTTjydr/eTo

dXXd

Xvkoi.

'

Xvyov

ei^e

Kal

e'/cr"v

waTrep

')(eipMVo";,

ravra

iadrji;iveKeiro

oihXa

epya.

'E70)

Kal
irovrjpol

Be elari Kvvrjyerai

6pS)v Kal tS"v ireBLav iirl rr/v daXaa-aav


dWa
dve^ayov ttjv Xvyov.
yap
6i%oi/
dXXa
dirmXeTO
"Sj
rj dvfjbov.
rj vav's
KOfiapov
eariv

'
"

o'iTive"s Tpe-)(pvTe";
ireiraiBeviievov^,

exovari

Kal

eVirev

KaTe^oaKrjaaTO fjafiireXov j3Xa(TTd-

ovtoi

Kvva"s

fjMTO';

Se

ovBe
'prtdiraro
/co)/i"jT7;s

ovSeirore

KareKXaaev.

vovaav

ft"?

aiyai

Ta":

ttKii'^wv, jUXotiv Be

Kal
KaTe(j"p6vei

xaXw.

el?,ft)? TjKrjTTOv at^

vefiei,

t"v

viro

II

[BOOK

M.r)6vfivaioi,
KaTTjiyopr/aav.

01

BieKetTO

Aa^i/t?

OF

OaXdaarjii

t^?

ctti

09

STORY

dXfC

eireide

ovk

vir

Kal

OdXarrav

dvefiov,

rov

^i,Xrird";

ravra

opyi]^ opfirjaavTe'i

rjyov

rov

TrdXiv Kal crvvBelv fjdeXov. ivravda


Ad"j)vi,v
KfOfirjrat
koI
avTol"; wa-el "yjrdpe";
eTrnrriBSxyiv
Tapa')(6evTe";
rj KoXoioi'
Ad"f)viv^Srj Kal
iJ-a-xpTa')(y fiev d^atpovvrai
01

rov

fievov,
eirl

Ta-)(v

^vXoi^ iraiovre'; eKeivov"iet? (jtvyrju


erpe-^av.

Tijs6a\d"r(n]S,Courier

iiiv after

these

is difficult and
taken

Be

words
some

place,perhaps

raxn-/is. Seller
dMwv
SaXiiTffiiis

0I70S,which

avTov

; the

reads
passage
has

corruption
in the

words

us

suggests Ss ^ttI Trjs


il)s vavriis r^/ieiris

sense.
gives satisfactory

16.

sound,

"rK\T|pd,this adj. is used of


touch, smell, taste and even

sight.
arbute
K(S|uipov,
berries.

Hor.

nemus

arbutos

thyma

deviae

wild

or

Oti.

I.

quaerunt
olentis

straw-

17. J
per
latentes
et

uxores

mariti

DAPHNIS

15"17]
worthless
as

16.

he

were

bruises, in
to

tend

goats

vineshoots.

But

hounds

wolves
no

and

the

from

by

bush

will

or

17.

And

the

elements
so

sprang

on

fought

his

iubeo
300
suf"cere.

hearts

Pan

his

sat

inflamed

the

in

in

for

and

from

and

by

his
the

but

crowds

the

and

755

vi

of

seat

Nymphs

fault, and

at

judgment.
that

off

on

But

this

in

their
and

Daphnis

villagers indignantly

rescued

17.

passion
com-

blameworthy,

were

dragging

Georg. 3.
Verg.
capris arbuta

frondentia

man

fastened

stirred

Methymnaeans

them

and

be

and

were

drove

foes

Rich

reasoning

would

goats

judges

them

away

goats'.

What

wept

other

him,

shore, they

'

nor

were

wild
grass,

lost, swept

ray

richly laden

winds

they

not

and

bound

(i.e. capellae).

indeed

by

swore

waves

wrath
have

fault

if

as

to

down

goats

sandy
is

their

racing

finding no

the

ship

Daphnis

Daphnis
the

rather

The

and

wild

seashore,
then

for

his young

hunters

my

his

well

me

break

their

the

to

along

blamed

drove

they

full

know

or

pain,

despising

ever

with

And

peasants'

the

neither

but

cord

ending

Philetas

judgment

so

'

clumsy

for

storm's

gold

withe

sea

still in

and

garden

are

cord.

ship

in

would

men

thyme

and

that

with

furious

peasant

them.

the

wave,

merely

sentence

no

plains

withe

clothes

credit

that

or

the

at

of

store

and

chasing

arbute

wind

defence.

in his

these

Chloe

his
:

nibble

hills

the

by

goats

Daphnis,

of

sight

noisy barking

were

nibbled

the

badly trained,

are

fro

accusation

goats

my

77

his

pastures

made

turn

lettingmy

and

this

by

CHLOE

sailor.'

Against

heartened

how

who

goatherd

though

but

AND

off

uo-cV

tSiv 8'

koXoiuv.

ws

Daphnis
with

clubs

cf.
i|(apES,
re

Horn.

he

as

and

//.

7.

\j/apQ"v
f^^os Ipxerai,

THE

78

airiaTTjaavSe
"?

irpoTepov,

ov

aXXoKS

aypovv.

18.

AiaiKovTcov

iroWrjV

Kara

koL

(ZTraXot?

Tore

ov

TpavfiariaiBe

koX

T"v

fjiev

TavTrj

Tn^pa"!irpoKOfiiaaaa

Si'Suxrt

^ayeiv. Tore
e^lXijaefieXiT"Bei;
"f"l\7)fjia
Ad^vi"; iJX^e Ka/cov.

touovtov

a\X'

ireiravro,

dXrjd"v Xeyovre"; ovSe


koX

Toiavra

Se

rd

koX

I.

c.

I.

13,

KOil TTJs

Tols

irpos
c.

cf. 3.

is not

that

Nv|u|"aSicf.
Fevre

con-

ix

4k

Tijs ir^pas Tijv aipiyya

ld"ras.
3.

c.

c.

20

liiaaaa.

But
we

on

have

the

other

Trjt
4.

c.

wpoKo-

hand

in

rrj! ir^pas irpoKO-

vofiL^ovref

KUKovpyelv

^etytiwi/o?

%vfiTov,

often

Tmv

opto^

ovk

rjv

rfjdaXdrrrj.

iria-reveiv

jectured kclk...,
g
fieXiT^fiaTa,
irpoeK6fici^e
"jri/pas
15

vavv

veavlaKOK

KadeXKvaavTa

vav";

21.

TTTipos,Le

ttjv

Be
tov
iyfr7]"f)i.aavT0,

irapaXiav ttXtjo-iovyap

this verb
oireiTTijirav,
used
absolutely.
ayci

irpoa-

iraOovTet; vtrit

nficopfjcai BiKaiov

BeKa

d(7"j)dXhfiel^ovacrroXov

18.

koX

firi

M.vTiXijvattov, Q)S

rpavfiara

irap'uvtok

iKeXevcrav

Trjv

ev,

Toaavra

M.VTiXr]vaioi";
fiev -TToXe/iov aKrjpvKTOv

avToav

Mtj-

'^pijfj.aTa
hLapiracrdvrmv"jroXefiovvo/xm.

7rto-T6i/'oi/T6?Bid
oIklwv

ol

eX^oyre?

re

KaTrjyopovvT""s

a-TpaT7}yov

pivS"v

iKicKrfa-iav avvqyayov
Tpv"f"d)VT(ov,
iKeTifpia^6evre"; iKerevov
nfia)pi,a"i d^iio-

KoX Ta
d(f)eXofji,6V(ov

irpmTOiv

Tr}";

t"v

eavr"v, oBoivopoi fiev dvrl vavT"p,

rr}v

KarayiXacTToi,yevoLVTO

Be

^fiayfievoviic

dvTt

iroKiTmv

iroi/j.evav

rbv Ad^viv
Nv/x.(^as

ra?

rfirifidTt

Stj irapa

eh
OvfivaZoifi6\i"}

oi

tt/so?

rvpov

fiev

he irpayfia

6fjvaf

dyei

X\oi;

t)

^eiXeert.

Tot?

19.

i^r/Kaaav

avTov'i

opatv

sKeiviov
M.7)6v/j,vatov";

irpocreoirov

II

[Book

tovi;

dvuKTrjaafievr]avTov

fioKiara

T"v

r"v

eare

irXrjy^i;tivo";, koI

^vfjbiTovfiepo";

TO

to

re

viro

payeicrmv

S^

rjavx^'O'V

ical avovCiTTei

OF

STORY

had

leavened

bread

bread

with

been

prepared
yeast.
dvaKTT)ira|Uvi) reficere.
19.
xapd Too-ovTov
i]X9c kokov,
cf. same
phrase i. c. 22.
then
MSS.
rpv^dvrav, two
give
=

Kal

iv

7jtTvj(iq,
ovtuv,

toOtovs

iKirevov.
jSoi^Sciax"tJKeu'
the

first

sentence

is

ets

Probably
gloss on

the
second
TpxiipiSivTwvand
f
fivres,
especiaUy
as
iKerriplas

on

imme-

THE

8o

'O

20.

8e ev6v"s

Kal

aypoi"i.

Kal

aiTov

Se

TTOvs

iroWa

olvov, dpri ireiravfievov

6\iryov";,
oaoi

ovK

Xeiav
o^elav 66fievo"i
OVK

")(\(opdv
eKovrev,

ical

ey(^ot

(poK Tpo^v

iveKpvyjrev
eavTov

Kal

Ni//ti^ast/cert?

iroa-'iv.

Beaadfievo^

p"tTTd"i oiiKeT

eSeiTo

Kal
^eia-aerffai,

eh

M.7)6v-

yap

Kal

ra?

dXXd

TTore

TTOTe

Be eirl

fiev

avTCfKrais,
and

a"repirai

fidxt-f^otirdvTes

iv

r)

Si
rots

in

Kal

#tXo/f7T}Toi'

oiVo'es airepirai
Se5'^X"/ce,6.9i

rdf

'K.X6i}v

/i.7?Te

ySowj/ Kal

Ko/uadivres

eppip,p,evr}v,

iXeeivbv

evda

kw-

eKade^ovTO,
Se

Koi

oirXirei/ffoucrw

ei6is.

x^P'^"--'''*'^^4pC"|"oi5,
i)*''^''^'''

Thuc.
riaav

p,rjTe

avTrjv, Trore
6ylr6p"evo"!

to?

were

TroXe-

tou?

Kal

evepMV

(fnjybverpe'xev

Tt^v

tov

Adipvi,";,
jjcri/j^ia?

ttjv avpiyya

p,eya

aWa

elpeaia Trpoa-TaXaiBe

evda

Kal

XXor),

who

rowers.

rjv,

TreSiov

ddXaaaav

men

soldiers

Kal

irpo^aTa KaToXa^mv

Trpo?

ttjv

irKetv,

^(^eip.wva

tov

iprjp,Lav
7roXXr)v

Kvav

"jravToBaTrij^
dpirar/fj';

irepaiTepio

ovk

to

ra

p,'i]Te

""t7vv7]da"";
eTepireTo

youo-i

Kal

alya i)irpo^aTov,

oiiv dveirkeov

dve/jLo^yap

alya"; iBwv

10

XXdij

evep,"

"

vav^

Kal

ol p,6V

BeSi6Te";.

iX"o"v
yevofiivrji;,

I.

wv

o(j)e\o";ol

"^v ovSev

iyiyvaxTKov
ivoiovvTO

"ttXovv

irwpovvTe';,

20.

Se

Si(i)Kop,evr}
KaTa^pevyei Trpb^ ra?

"E^^oj'Te?Se '^Btjra?

21.

both

KaTahpopL-qv

Trjv

\vyoK.

Tratovres

evpwv,

ipC-

rots

dyaXp-aTccv KaTaKepTop.')]aavTe";

twv

Ad^vi^

^vWci^a

ofvij?"17
^Tjpd";

dr/eXa^rjXacravKaKeivrjv"^yayov,wairep

p,iov";

avdpto-

fjuev

'xet,fimvo"; irapexeiv

tov

avTfj";Bid T(i? 0ed";. dXX'

otKaBe

vXrjv dvekOwv

KoiKw
"7Te\e;)^et

Kal
irap^v Tai"s d"ye\at";,

pLvaloLTToWa

iv

ttjv

avcodev

wa-Te

koX

Aa^i/tSo?" xal airo^aaiv

tov

e?

Se

ttoXvv

eiri'irXevae Koi

ipyarai.

fiXavve ra

w?

MutiXt;-

rpvyrjTOV,

tov

rovrmv

dWd
Td"; aVyai;,

evefie

avTepeTai,"i

r/pira^e iroifivia,

jjuev

II

[Book

TrapaffaXaTTLOiiraiv

rot?

rrj'iXXoj;s dypoK

Tol";

OF

i-movarii;avayo/ievoi;

Tri"s

iiri'TrKei

arpaTicaraK
vaiwv

STORY

cf.
roh

i.e.

21

0i/XX(i5a x^wpo"

tiTroyTO

ipiipois
Tpo(j"-^v,

6^yt\s,a

kind

of beech

tree.

20.
with

The

his

soldier-sailors
the

of the

prisoner.
and

dwelled

found.

goats,

but

leaves

for

the

he

heights

oak's

both

tended

suppliant

as

her

begged
all in

flocks

off the

she

though
21.

to

cruise

home

wind

the

as

and

again

that

now

all

the

pipe

piteous
and
dXX'

which

cries

he

down

next

and

sped
to

to

the
in

'jjvovSiv oifxXos,as

c.

KaTaK"pTO|xi](ravTes,

genitive;
and

dat.

it
Cf.

governs
c.

2i

here
also

accusal.

KaTe/iifupero.

images

and

with

but

drove

twigs

as

21.

28

pillage,they
their

and

But

oar.

their

sought

found

nor

course

foe

the
the

at

play,

and

his

Chloe,

ti]v

under

fKawov,

then

the

ippn".)",ivr]v,
as

"rOpiyya plirrH
ci.

seat,
to

anon

o-vpiyYa

similar

with

favourite

her, and

{v XX6i;) tV
with

she

name

flocks

oak, their

find

14

supra.

foot

ground, flung aside, lay


to

the
to

sea

hot

her

her

in

Chloe

their

Daphnis

the

on

on

from

himself

fled

and

laboured

loved

Chloe

cutting

when

shape

weather

flocks

the

saw

in

with

to

again

peace

reigned

silence

the

but

light they

pastures, yet neither

deep

and

stored

foul

avoid

so

was

her

his

sheep.

or

further

no

was

in

striking

vessels

their

now

and

at

ravaged

meanwhile

pursued

too,

goat

were

Chloe

among

hid

when

jeered

Chloe

and

he

the
made

was

and

But

spare

soldiers

And

resolved

to

kids

bole.

Nymphs

pursuers

vain, the

the

their

scarce

engaged

landing

and

the

to

woods

for

hollow

flocks

was

not

was

the

was

fields where

the

chanced,

them

saw

rich

(forit

to

and

sea

swiftly descending

it

fodder

and

farm-labourer

close

higher

winter

withered

the

to

towards

course

wine
a

and

Daphnis,
in

general put
his

many

also

8i

Mytilene,

and

and

landed

He

the

of

corn

vintage)

Daphnis

all he

and

CHLOE

shaped

coastline

of flocks

plunder

then

day

next

fields upon

close

AND

DAPHNIS

21]

20,

in

circumstances,

iXcetyd, i.

c.

31.

i.

c.

THE

82

iirl

Nuyit"^a9,e^'

ra?

Koi

STORY

OF

y^afuilxal

eppiyjreveavTov
22.

'

'A^'

vTre/xeivare

Sovffa

roil';aretjidvov^vfuv

rj

oiiSe

xal
dyeTi.Tjv

rrjv

Xoiirov

Kal

Trjv

rd

aTToBipovai koI

e)(to yap

ve/j,eiv

ddvarov
Keip.evo'i
";

XXoj;,
Kal

alywv,

rwv

Kal

irpo^aTa

al

Kal

Xeyovra

Kai

Ad"f)viv,
evecTa

TOV

M.r)Bev ?7/ia9

Cf.

the

ariurS)

accus.

drink

Nymphs.
xpar^pa

Sk

rais
"yciXoicTos

ings,

to

fiev

dative

or

of

milk

BaKpvtov

Kal

ai

aiiTW

t^?

Tpel";

KaXai,

rjiii-

Kal

XeXvfievai

toI";

eXeovcrai

ewKeaav

irpwTov

offeringsmade
Theocr.

/iiyav

5.

article

Greece, cf. TrpurSyaXa.

of
In

c.

53

in
31

to the

of

wine

new

o-vvvc)iov"rav,

Daphnis' herd
her own
sheep,

KaraOvouo-i, Courier

wrongly
supposing
future
verbs

is

poured

out

Nymphs.

Tijv
with

XeuKoio

food

libation

tended

NiJ/i0ois. iruis,beest-

favourite

yevofievai

Kal

yvvaiKe";

KOfia^

ra

"

the

usual

rovBe

Trpeer/SvTaTT}
Xeyet iirippcovvvovaa'
fiifKpov,
Ad(pvi XXot;? yap rjfilvfidXXov rj

-ydXaKTos, libations
the

were

ra?

genit.
KaTaKepro^uiJo-axTes.

20

c.

22.

to

also

"tv,

rj

here
with
KaTE|jke|Ji"f"ero,
takes

Kal

'

arov

tcSi/

e/c

avrov

dwiroBriToi,

aydXfiatriv bfioiai.

irepifievm

TreStou

tov

fiefivijcrai

Nvfi^ai, fueydXat
e"f"La-TavTai
yvfivoi

ivravda

^a6v"; KaTf"Kap,^dvef Kal

\v'rr7j";uttvo?

Trarepa

XXoijs, \t7repyaTi79

alye";aly^fidXoDToi
fieTa

ToiavTa

23.

dvev

tov

iroKiv

are
Kdfiov; "ijirapafivdovvTal,

^vfi"f)wvTwvBe

Twv

irapd

Bevrepov. dpa

rj iroXefiov

al"ya"}

fiev

XXcw; Se

ovSev.

en

ird"7')(eL";
dpa
;

Toiavra

rd^

Kal

aTreifii

airev-

TroXefiioiSe

rjpiraae,

KaTaOvovav

Trpo^ara

rj

avpir/^ ijSeava-

17

a-vvvefiova-av.

avev

fiTjrepa,

icrofievo^
;

Xvko";

itoLol'siroalv

oiKTjcrei.

TTjv

filav/j-oi

ISeXv vfiei";

tovto

irXeKOvaa,

Kal

ydXaKTOi, ^s

TTpeoTov

Tov

"KXar},Kal
rfpTraadr]

v/jtwv

drjfia; oubyafiev

it

trpoBoti-

NiJ/i^at? tos

tuk

KaTefji,e/j.(f"ero,

"yai"!

'

ivravffa

eXKOfievrj Kari^vyev.

a?

II

[BOOK

to

and

should

i.e. Chloe
of goats

who

along

changed

this

KaradiaoiitTi.,perhaps
that

airoSipovai
thinking that the
be
parallel.

was

two

21"23]
the

of

grotto
but

DAPHNIS

the

upon

she

And

away.

and

ground

CHLOE

whom

Nymphs

forced

be

to

AND

83

had

there

railed

in

sought
he

himself

flung
the

against

flight

traitorous

Nymphs.
22.

calmly

Chloe

Was

'

Chloe

on?

out

your

offeringsof

this

pipe

to

goat

and

you

the

slay
live

in

with

battle

and

here
and

their

loosed, like

deeper

iroCois iro"r"v, i.e.


irolots
irpocrdnrui,

in

statues

irws,

in

is

our

cf. jroiy

X^P"'-"-

read
23.

appear

and
\i.irepyfis,

would

Schaefer

three

in

dream

Njrmphs
as

in

again
i.

c.

for

death

or

suffer

feet

the

'

7,

and

like

Nymphs

unshod

Rail

love

then
at

not

for

3. c. 27, 4.
in
of them

and

us,

Daphnis
We

The

34.

they

eldest

the

Chloe.

u.

tresses

first

At

grotto.

pity,

and

groans

him, lofty of

over

had

description

this.
4 is similar to
^^s
cf.
IJIlC^DJlVOl, I. c. 4 x"Pf5

lofiovs

c.

yv/ival.

4uK"rav

here.
The

other

no

you

sighs

stood

silent

molati
6ij)8aKiioh,

XiirtpYaTqs, cf.
which
\irepv^s

Chloe,

have

do

father

to

my

wait

to

fellow-captivesheep

his

Nymphs

thine

still than

forced

."'

you

of comfort

words

these

spoke

and

'

hushed

him

watch

to

goats

fields, the

your

fair,half-clad,their

and

seemed

do

and

these

console

to

three

dreams

stature

Or

For

my

home

go

single

and

be

without

Chloe,

on

my

hereafter

lie

Ah

slumber

Deep

his

.'

help

of

herd

flay

to

dedicated

me

my

to

idleness?

think

me

both

goats,

will

and

robbed

I dare

my

foes.

you

on

goats
23.

in

Do

pangs

shall

Here
my

wolf

will

Chloe

milk

given

looked

you

chaplets,poured

your

sure

are

and

you

seized

they

life of

tend.

to

has

without

to

herd

first

How

towns.

doomed

the

and

sheep:

mother

and

wove

have

And

shepherdess.

who

Never

foes

now

from

torn

cXcovvai, the

straction

after

loiKa

partic.

See

c.

part,

L.

see

and

usual

con-

is infinit. or

36.

For

S. loiKa, II.

6"2

dat.

nomin.
I.

fin.

STORY

THE

84
aol

fiiXei.

Kal

ev

ToUSe

tw

TreBioii

koivov

Kal

Se

vvv

Traihlov

koI

ijfiei";rot

oiaav

Kei/jAvrjv
avrrfv

ovSev

koI

rot?

to
7re"j}p6vTiaTai
rjfiiv

eKelvtjv,
""s

Kar

T^v M.rjdvp.vavKOfiiaQelcra BovXevoi


ov
ISpvfiivov,

v/iei'i

iiraiXe/irjcre
ttjv dypoiKiav

XXoj;

fierd

irpajSarav,

Twv

IBmv

rfji;dptrayrji
"

aiywv,

twv

fiera

Kal

kocvtj

vefiijaere

avpitrere

"Eptart/
dKOV(ra"; Ad(j)vi";
dvaTrrjBrjaa'i

Kal

Kal
ixj)'^Bovfj";

Kal

virvcav

Kal

Keiv-

avToi

fieXijcreiTreplvfimp

ToiavTa

24.
T(Sv

Be dX\a

rd

"

KoiVTj

T'^s eVtoutri;? d^i^erai

aoi

yap

dXKa
firiBkv,

Kal

fiepo'; yeyovevai

ae

rolf

aireiai

Be

Ka/juve

Kal M-vprdXr/,
oi
6(f"0'^ri
Adfitovi,

Kal
Xafiali/o/ttfoz/Te?

'^Btj"n'o\.e/j,ov"}

Kal

KaTaXnrmv

M.7i6vfJ,vaioi":
dryado^iroKe/iiO'S.
ovk

Tai

tov-

eTt/tJ/traTe,

TroXXoi"?

Kal
(TTparoTTehob'i
fiaXkov "^/j.av

dvaardi}

rfjirirvl

yevea-dat 'K.\6t}"!'a-vv^driiyap

iBerjdrifiev
eiriKovpov

Tov

iiiro

tov

av6e"n,v

ovBe

ovSeTrore

et?

fitjTe

p,epo"; yevoiTO

p,r}Te

IksIvov

Hava

top

"ffkeria-aiiev

avrrjv

dveOpi'^afiev.iicelvT}
Adfia"vo"{.
rov
Trpo^arioi"i

avrpcp

Xe/a? iroKe/iiKfji.koX

II

[Book

OF

BaKpvoav

Xi/ttt;?fiecrTo"i

rd

Nu/i^wi/ TrpocreKvvei Kal eTrrjyyeWeTO, cra"6ei"Tr]";


XXoj?9, dvcreiv t"p aiy"p ttjv dpicTTrfv.BpafiatpBe
t"v

dyaXjiara
Kal

rijv irirvp, epOa

iirl

to

Tpayoa-Keket, Kepaa-^opov, Trj

irijB"PTa

T^9 XXoi;?
TTore

Kal

Tpdyov

the
rescue

Be

Tpdyop

tjvx^TO

eirrjyyeWero.

xnrep

Kal

fio\i"i

pine-tree'sshade
grotto of the Nymphs.

close

see

emended

to

Ildva

i.

c.

Chloe
of

Dryas,

4-6.

It

Apiapros.
^Ketvov, from

the

was

not

must

of

is described

Chloe.
in the

His

the

to

Pan
o-rpaxoirffiois,
iruinj6i]S
of Dionysus
companion
expedition against India.
the

this

point

Pan

of

under

was

be

plays a leading part in


idyll especially in effecting the

onward

Kal

irpocreKvvei

Ovaeiv

Ty

Kal

Adfitovos,
supposed daughter

TOV

avpiyya,

fiep

BaKpvwp
vepl rfkiov KaTa(f"opd";'7ravad//,epo";

TOV

Lamon,

Kaxeipop

KaTE'Xpp,

dyaXfJM ZBpvTO,

IXai/o?

tov

statue

which

following chapter

was

in

his

Luc.

Dial. 22.
Z"ion. 4 and Dear.
3, where
he so valiantlyassisted the Athenians
at
was

the

battle

honoured

of

by

Marathon
the

that

dedication

he

of

DAPHNIS

23,24]
compassion
when
the

even

soil

have

have

heart

thou

and

together.
his

from

paid

he

vowed

sleep
his

for

worship

hasting

and

goatfooted
in

Chloe's

39

cave

n"va

Cf. Val.

on

herd

rescue

with

will

the

vows

Acropolis. Cf. 4. c.
dvo/idffavres.
In-paTuirrriv
Pan
Flacc.
nemorum
3. 48

^ppt^ec

form

for

ve/ieire.

horned

ceased

c.

leaping
for

praying
for

her

safe

his

tears

and

'Epun

intav

on

24.

Ilavis

Ildi"...iM'

t4

aYa\|ia, cf. i.
Tpd-yos.

c.

i6

wKiov

Aristotle
KaToi|"op"ts,
21

x""/i""'-

late
a
vc|ti{"rcTE,

had

dams.

his

fiiXa.
0

dYpoiKCav=rus.
*^^- c.
KCtvrai
X"')"*'''

of

goat

and

Nymphs

statue

see
|icXij"rci,

the

bellique potens.

^outAi'

he

mingled

right hand,

sacrifice

more

Daphnis

sorrow

finest

the

you.'

waked

Pan's

with

once

over

the

fear

in

leading

worshipped

he

ere

in

who

for

pipe

and
of

where

pipe

to

rovers,

no

thy

set

the

watch

the

be

ground,

and

joy

to

Myrtale

again

statues

too

came

of

peace

the

promise

return

with

left, him

sunset

shall

pine,

stood

his

and

return,

come

the

to

the

to

shall

tears

safe

Chloe's

Then

goat

with

to

prey

than

of

So

and

on

agony

and

and

Lamon

Love

rest

vision

The

24.

ye

is gone

Methymna.

to

skilled

haunts

he

ye

his statue

to

more

these

now

of

fallen

the

For

and

again

and

sheep

left

and

booty,

Chloe, though
is

he

slavery

to

the

our

pine:

have

we

doomed

the

Chloe

light

And

not

aid

daughter

mere

honour

in

hast

too

no

chaplet paid

men

go

is

her

nurtured

and

among

to

fray :

themselves

tomorrow's

goats

and

rest

85

Lamon.

be

often

these

to

flung

that

of

she

Pan

has

many

foe

at

have

of

and

she

numbered

beneath

there

fight in

gentle

that

with

even

in warfare

to

days

grotto:

be

begged

standing
we

this

nor

never

infant

her

sure

Methymna

we

CHLOE

shepherdess

or

made

now

in

in

exposed

of

in

her

on

AND

Herodotus
"f"ipe(r6ai.,
the sun
sinking.

uses

koto-

of
icaT-a^e/fijs,

86

THE

STORY

koX

eiravKiv

Tr)v

eKcr^ev,iiravfiXdevet?
Adficava trevdov; airaX-

^vKKaZa^,

ev^"v, apdfievo'!ra?

afi^X

tov";

a?

rov

\d^a"{, ev(j"poa-vv7)"!
e/i7r\^"ra?,
re
Tpotfyfji;
eyevaaro
vTTvov

wpfiTjaev,

afl^t?

Ta?

ovSe

NiJ/i^a?

aW*

fiev

rjijApav

ttjv

aiirw.
^ X\oi?i' iTrrp/yeiXavro

vvKratu

8e
e7rpd')(d'q

eSofe fiaKpordrT)yeyovevai.

e/cetvij

e?

Kai

ev'^ofievof

IBelv, ev'X^op.evoii Se

ovap

yevecrOai raj("."o";,ev
7racr"v

dhaKpvv,

tovtov

II

[BOOK

OF

err

avTTJi;rdhe.
'O

25.

ffTaiiov;
Ta"s

o-TpaTTjybs6

dTreXdera"i

oZv

aKpa"!

yaXrjvoTepov

ravOa

ixrjhe
fiiavex
irdvTwv
Kiov

Trji;7})? t"v

eopTTjv

iSoKei

Tov

dypoLKav

fxeyd'Kov
dXKo"i

arpaTTfyov

dv

opdv

26.

cr'xrjfid
ri";

eKeiro

iroXi)

vvKro"!

rrjt;

ov

for

the

of

Longus.

construction

trap ixeivo, c.
6 crrpaniY^s,
25,
18
c.
Karadponi,
see

see

8.

i.e.

cf.

c.

Bryaxis,
32

yevofJ,evr]";

fin.

oi

reach,'
\a^fievai.
'to

IttivCkiov
songs
fices

ivrjXdev

rpdrfoifiev

Xa^iSiicvos,so
A^Xov

eixaaev

iroXe/iiav.

(fio^epwrepa.

place,

ircLaa

reTpSxrOai rt?

fiifiov/ievo";.

TOiavTri"!

anti-

yrj

oirXi^eaOai

TiS

Koi

irapovrmv

avrot?

vvKTo"i

cases

i^oa

eKokei

rj

t'^?

koI

p66io"iKcoTrmv,

rjKovero

vexpov

diraXX(i|as...c|i,irXriras,
thisasyndeton, especially in
in
thesis, is common

Be

"ttoKov.

aXKov

vvKTOfia'X^iav

T?}? Be

7j rfnepa

Svap,

8e iravofi.evr)'; rjfiepa^

dpn

\dfiirea-0aitrvpi,ktvtto?

Kol

dvrjicev
XvTrfja-ai,

nva

\r}yov(Tri";,al"^vihiovfiev

vvxra

iBoKei

li?
hiopfiiaa";,

fierempov;

ol he
TepyjrtvelpjjviK'^v.
e^ovre?
evai^ov, iirivirrji;dpirayrj';
eirivov,

efiifiovvTO.

eVt7r\6oi/T09

Tt?

Sk

d^OovLav

Tepylrew; e?

ft)?

dyxvpav

eh
M.7]6v/j,vaLOV"!

T0V9

elpyd^ero, iv-

Xifievoov opfiov

rwv

itr

vav";

ra?

too
eirefi^atvovar)';

^? eVro?
fi7ivoei,Ba""i,

ireXdyei Xa06fievo'; eTreKTeivofievrj';


ddXarra

aTpand)-

rjQikrjaet^ KaraBpofij)rows

dvaXa^eiv.

KeKfiifKOTaii

hexa

'M'qOvfivaimv otrov

T"v

copri)v,

genit.

with
in

Thuc.

with

in

honour

iepd).

of

of
80

triumphal

sc.
/iiXos)and
(^iriWicioi'

sc.
{iirivlKta

8.

ol

the

sacri-

victory

88

THE

AMfyviSa

Koi

al

^opov elxov

ol

he

Tov

STORY

alye^ kittov
Kpiol

iv

ical

ai

II

[Book

OF

rot?

Kopv/Jifio-

Kepaai

X\6i79

t^?

oi?

Xvicwv

wtpdr] Se koX avrij ttituo?


oapvyfibvmpvovTO.
e"rTecf)ava""jroXXa
fiivi). iyivero koI irepl rr/v BaXarrav
avTTjv
irapaBo^a. a" re "yap ayKvpai
^vdov, Treipcofievcov
Kara

ifievov,ai
ava(f"epeiv,
edpavovTO'
Ta"i

eXvov

inreprij? opBLov ireTpa"i


aX\A

ovK

aakiny^.

ovv

erapaTTovTO

TToXe/w'ou?eKoKovv
otiv

fiev

6p6""s,on

p.r]viovr6^
ri

rot?

^aXetv, (ovBev
p,e"7r)v

rffiepav

ireo'ovro^

avro"i

27.
ravra

fl

'

a)9

"^v

iraaiv

Xlaw?

eK

rb

jjv

aKovovTa";

tov"!

rb,

ta?

eOeov

oirKa

fiXeirofievov^'ware

(^avrdafiara

avrij.

ev

(fjpovova-tv

rot?

yivo/Meva

koi

iraKi/v

rev^o/ievoi airovB"vra

'

Kal

aKova/iara

Be rr)v alriav ervfiel')(pv


iepbv aecrvXTjro Tlav6";,)eare
ap^i

yap

vrrvov

ovk

6 TIdv

S^Orj

ddeel

rov

roidBe

dvoaicoraroi

rrdvrcov

fiaivojJLevaits

ical etrl

^X"'

avpifYO";

UKpav

Ka\

ri^

rjKoveTO

ovk

vavrai";.

eh

ttjv

ov

tou?

iireXOelv

vvKra

rjv'X^ovTo
crvvera

viro
rfji;

Be
avpiy^, iijio^et

""?

erepirev

yofi^mfiaTa.

ra

elpeaiav,

et?

oipal^ iTaiovre"i

SeX^lve";-TrrjB"VTe^rat?

kol

e^ d\o9

vav";

K"irai, icadievrav

re

Kara-

a-rparriyov

Xeycov'

dae^etrraroi,

Kal

(fypecrlv
iroX/iija-are
; rroXefiov

ri

p,ev

rrjv

dypoiKiav everrXrjcrare rrjv ep,ol"}"CX7]v,


dyeXa"iBe 0o"v

Kal

Kal

aly"v

Be

crrrdaare
Kal

6eXei'

Pan

See

amjXaaare

and

on

ovre

ra?

Ids
3.

Kirrif,

friend
c.

iipvy}i4v,
properly

sacred

Dionysus.

of

wolves

c.

31,

4o-T"^vu|icvT|,
so
but

with

KLTT^i
c.
30.
i^ dXos, placed

27 ;

after

vessel

bolts

11.

and

dat.

in

rlTvi,

c.
i.

28
t.

'z.

Tn^Surre;.

by

some

edd.

rov

^^^
framework
YOiuf'")"'''''''''

the

4k

which

y6fi(pot.
Ilavos, so

scribes

irOnoi

arrefjLeXo/jLeva"s'

e/xot

^Xerrova-a";ovre
"gBeadijre
Nvfi"f"a":

dogs,
and

ra?

^(Ofimv rrapOevov,i^ ^? "E/jw? fivdov rroifjaai

Kopv|i.pa"f"6pov,
ivy was

26.
to

iroifivvtov

through

how

Herod.

of

secured

7. 43

by
de-

panic by night spread

Xerxes'

S. HaviKis,

was

Cf.

army.

28

See

L.

and

cipiyyos t/xos
oitKh-i
iroXefJUKds Kal 0o/3e/)6?. Cf.
Val. Flacc.
3. 46 rupta quies : deus
ancipitem lymphaverat urbem
Mygc.

DAPHNIS

clustered

ivyberries on

and

howled

ewes

were

the

; and

ship's sides

and

anon

with

echoing ring

their

in

of

the

like
Then

and

arms

for

length they prayed

at

from

truce

clearly
with

that

the

had

the
these

general

at

Pan

dared

from

my

folk-lore

doniae

mad

deeds
with

sheep

Pan

altar, a
:

ye

iussa

that

are

my

not

saevissima

of

Achilles

this
in

episode
the

/i-^fu

the

Achilleid.

lEpov Ilavos,
his statue
noticed

ovSiv
have

as

is the

they
close

d6ccC=non

till
them

Pan's

saw

anger

for

at

they
the

noon

and

sleep

saw

the

have
dear

my

ye

Nymphs

tore

cattle,
maiden

will

ye

loved

the

away

Love

name

how

in

weave

who

watched

20.

3. 4.

this
not

|tc\o)Uva$,the
verb
in

is found
the

prose

middle
in

use

the

writers

poets
of

the

best

cannot
to

the

grotto of the Nymphs.


ovK

filled

charge

but

to

ran

wit

why,

length

driven

of

of
of

deep

as

struck

give

men

men,

27.

Pan

not

threats.

have

whose

reverenced

of
the /iTJvi.!
|i,i|v"ovTos,
centre

these

Matris.

of

At

and

war

maiden

ferens

Pan.

enemy

fathom

not

Ye

seams

they

and

come

accursed

the

unseen

The

fell into

and

beat

steep-risingcrag

revelations

heard

impious

haunts
and

of

will

and

trance

such

country

shrine

heaven's

'Ye

27.

goats

no

to

it

oar,

and

sea

turmoil

the

night

were

his

trumpet-blast

prodigies.

omens

raise

to

yet it charmed

upon

sailors,yet they could

pillaged
in

dread

the

the

in the

called

strove

loosened

harsh

sights

strange

from

up

rams

appeared

dipped

rower

and

herself

sailors

above

up

pipe

hearts.

their

their

seize

Chloe's

soon

tails and

high

shepherd's pipe, but

panic

if

fast ;

heard

was

she

If

waves.

89

while

And

dolphins leaped

the

the

the

it held

anchor,

snapped

horns

wolfishly, and

among

seen

their

pine-leafwreath.

with

crowned

CHLOE

AND

26, 27]

sine Dis, Hor.

Od.

period.
"Epus
|iv6ov iroiijovi,this
subtle
suggestion that Longus
divinely inspired to compose
idyll.

is

was

this

THE

go
Hava

i/ie.

ovr

STORY

OF

M.i]dvfivavo'^eaOe

ovv

oiire

\a(f)vposvTrXeorTe?

II

[Book
toiovtcov

fiera

ttjvSs"f"ev^ea-6e
rrfv

rrjv

avpvy^a

cra";,

OrjaioKaraSvrapd^aaav aXKa
vfiaf ^opav l')(9v"ov
koX 'KXorjv rat?
el fir) rrjV Ta')(i"TTr)v
Nv/i^at? dtrohm-

o""t?

Kai

vfia'i

"

a/ye\a"! XXo?;? koI

Ta";

dvicTTm

St)KOI

iyo) Kal

Be

aofiai

28.

crol

6"}"6aXfiov";
eKOfiiaav

ol

e/c

dWa
"f)0^ep6";,

Ta

ai

irpo^aTa

Te

^X""^

crvpiyyo'i

Kal

rij? d'iro^d6pa";

ota

"yTfXwv

tuv

Kepatri

rot?

avTrjv

vofifjv"^yeirai,

eh

Kara,

dpaavrepov,

yfjv

Trjv

TroXe/itKo?

ovKeTi

olo?

et?

6veipot";
oyjreax}

rot?

Trerpa?,

Kal

koI

ecrre^avo)-

7rtTi"09

t^?

ttoXu

aiye"i

t^?

apTt

e^oXiarOaivovTa

e^eTpe'X^evovk

yap

dvevpov

vavap^iZo";et?
Kal
diro^e^'qKet,

TroifieviKO'i
Kai

TTOifivLtov.

Kal

Tfj"siv

tovto

avrrji; ttj?

eir

iraXiv

aKOverai

KCtKeivr)ri}? oiov.'

Ta'^ew;

eKade^ero

"

KOfii^ei.KaKeLvTjhe

Kal

Se

(TVfi^oXov Sr) Kal


(ievo";

yyyri-

iv toI"; al-)(jjbaXdiToi
Ta')(i(TT7}v

rrjv

dva^7)Teia-daiUXotjv.

iroiov

elirov.

fied"atv

ovv

fievT),

KopTjv

irXov

tov

eKeXevae
^ye/ji6va"{

rov^

rrjv

irpo^ara.

to.

6 Bpua^t? {tovto yap


reffopv^rjfjievoi;
Ka\e"7a";
dvaTTTjSa Kal twv
"7Tpar7iyo";)
vewv

Haw

eKoXeiTO

ix^L^a^e

Kal

abyat

to?

Kal

Kprjfivo^aTeiv

eldiafievai.
K.al

29.

wa-'jrep %opo9
al

povaiv
Kal

TavTa

he

KaTo,

popdv lx6"a"v,Horn.

'xoopav

e/ievev

267

similar

//.

ip.
iJiv Ta\6i5;8iosttoXi^s A\6s

TOV

Hiya

^i

iiriSi.viiaa's,
p6"ru'
'\aiTiia pi\j/'

ix"i"yiycl

future

|u6'
sheep.
38.

airoSuircis, (I
generally implies

with

y.r\

uv

TOVTO

clirov, the
yap

the

c.

XXotjv

tt/v

Kal
^XT/j^^co/ieva
aiiroKav
aiye"!xal

aXKwv

twv

kvkXm

Kal

CKiprrnvra

^ovKoKia

TO,

irepdaraTai

fiev

iv koiKtj

ofioia
Ta

^at-

Trpo^aTa

vjjt,KaOdirep

parentheses

in

i.

6,

c.

4.

10.

ttLtvos

note
on
Tijs irtruos, see
26 supra.
c.
iirTe"pavojfjL4v7)j

irJ)iPoXov..iroi.ov)uvos,

Dem.

so

threat.

goats

IkoXcIto,

we

and

have

JlAod.

p. 191.

22

jroiewrSot

ffumiplas.
iroi|uviK6s...,cf.

t^s

(n}/i/SoXo"

airrdv

iTriTrvev"Te

rd

4.

i'6/Uioi'.

c.

15

etra

27"29]

DAPHNIS

sin

your

nor

never

pipe

that

maddens

give

you

as

the

to

and

again

you

ashore.

Laden

fishes,unless

words,

Then

will

shall

with

your

escape

my
and

ships

render

Chloe's

maid

guard

ye

spoilsye

your

you

and

the

set

these

I will sink

again Chloe

my

91

with
nor

nay,

to

prey

CHLOE

Methymna

see

Nymphs

obey

Pan.

god

me,

shall

AND

speedily

flocks.

Rise

all the

flocks

and

voyage

Chloe's

path.'
28.

and

captains

wreathed
who

panic Bryaxis leaped

bade

the

among

her
the

this

but

with

the

And

without

ladder

then

the

their

climbers

skilled

when

and

her

their

as

the

on

led

to

the

the

echo

the

hoofs

former

she

as

pipe-notes

leads

down
and

still

raced

and

warlike

slipping

crags,

chief,

his dream

of the

ran

out

sitting

land, and

shepherd

to

of

proof

sheep

horny

Chloe
her

with

as

tones

seek

speed

his

called

found

flagship
not

and

up

quickly

straightway

rock

sweet

pasture.

all

They

chaplet

his

on

shore

from

rang

with

pine-branches

recognised

reached

them

captives.

with

brought

to

wild

In

blast

his

sheep

the

ship's

the

goats,

boldly

more

down.
29.
like

And

all her

dancing

goats and

sheep

xipan

and

usual
has

the
rather

jSocSyinstead

29.

in AniA.

Pan

the

uinrcp

the

the

xop^$"

un-

MS.

Fal.

their
to

the

ship's hold,

joy

but

other

as

g.

the

men
herds-

though

the

(56). 27 xop^s lx6iiov re Kvpros


kvii.Atwv Kv^itrrg.
Ha^h]! re truj/ia
jra/fet. Cf. Eur. A/c. 582 x^peiio-"
^' dfjuplahv Kiddpav, $o?/3e, .i/e^pds
e"S"j"povi
..."x"pvpifiKoitpip, x'^P'""'''
57.

eiri

noKirq..
o|ioia

in

round, leaping

is called

^'^ Anacr.

Chloe

belonging

plural

phrase very
suspicious,
of XV^^^'

goat-footed
Kprifivopdrris.
I

kine

and

xi^V,

Kpt\f.vopimlv,so
142.

bleating

quietly in

Kipoo-iTwv
makes

and

maidens

remained

Tois

charges ringed

'^^XO'^PO^"'''*')

KuBdwep T]S6p,evai..

'"

^-

3^

avrd

iJ,i\ov"s
firj

Tov

fievcav

KoX

vaimv,

irpiv

OF

STORY

THE

92

davfian

Ka\,ovvTO";.

II

[Book

eyp-

iravruiv

tok
rovrtav
w(ji6r]
dvev^rjfiovvrtov,
davfj.a"nwTepa. rmv
dfjuftorepoif
"rToi')(eioi"!
fiev M.ri6v/i-

Ylava

tov

ev

dvaaTrdaai

evXtov
dr/Kvpa";,

rdii

vfje";Kai

ai

oe
"^yetTO SeX^lv irTjSmv e^ dX6"s' rmv
vavap'x^iBoi;
irpo^aTtav "^yeiroaiipijyyo"; ^xo";TjSio'TO'i,
alytSv Kol Tmv

T^?

Koi
al

TOV

e/SXeTreyovSei?*

avpiTTOVTa

dlye":irporiecrav
30.

koX

a/ia

AevTepa"i irov

a-KOTrfji;
tcvo';

wtrTe

^v, Kai

fieXei.

tw

Tepirop-evai

eve/iovTo

vofijj';
Kaipo";

Aa^w?
tiyeXa? Kol

0eacrdfi"vo";
ra?

fiereapov

Kai
troifivia

Ta

airo

Tr)v

koI Tldv,' Korehpafiev et?


XXoT^j',fikya ^or]"7a";,m ^vfi"f)ai
'

Trehiov

TO

Kai

Se efi0io";
xiiro
/lidXt?

KaTeirecre.

Kai

(fif/ybv
ep'xsTaf
irdvTa'

TOV

TroXe/nioi/?.

vvKTa

Kai

auTO?

dTTOTrefiTrei
KOfiiaovaav

tov"!

ocra

Ovaia'

irpeirei

Kai

Trjv dpicTTiv avXXa^tov

cf.
avcvifn)|iovvra)V,

8e6v, 3.

riv

IMdrres
"i"jrriiui(iiu.

the
irroixctoi'S)
and

sea

not

c.

28

c.

31

tois

elements,
classical

Ty

ev

irvp,

yp

tov

ev

eiifniNi)/*0os
i.e.
in

on

this

avTrj T'^v

Kai

Ta

dfi"j)l
he

Kai

ApiiavTa

tov

ev

Tlav6";

tov

ijKovo'ev

Nu/xt^a? e^r)ae.

auTO?

yv(opia-a";

/iova-iKij.

elBev, o"ra

otra

ra?

Kai

KaTeXe^e

avTW

"f)o0epdv'ottw?

ttjv

fieXXav diroOvriaKeiv Sid

sense.

to

Nvfi"j"wvoveipaTa

twv

BirjyeiTa
t.

epya

eirwOdveTo

irpo^aTcov (opvyfiov,

twv

KaOriyijaaTottji;oSov
drp/oovcrr)
Ad^vi"; Ta

Se

j;

avv^Orj

Tr)v

to
avpiafiaTa dfj.(f"OTepa,
rroXefiiKOv

Ta

ktvttov,

elprjviKov,
tt/v

TO

land

tov

kittov,

ttLtw,
ewavOrjaaa'av TjjKe"f"aXf]

oBov

fimva

Trj"; XXoi^s (piXovarj^ Kai

aTeXe^et Kadlaa";

tw

alySv

twv

Trj daXaTTTi

ovv

viro

dirihpa too-ovtov;

TTCu?

Kai

Xenrodvfi'^a-a';

/cat

Trepi^oXal? OaXirovar)';yev6p,evo";eiri

rat?

Trjv

X\oj7

irepiirXaKel'ittj

tovtco

oTt

Trjv fiev
Kai

twv

A.d-

alywv

trTetbavaxra'}, Sairep

kittw

cf. 3. c
Kariirtirt,
7 fUKpoS
riiv yijv Koreppiriirar.
late
and
(rvpC(r|iaTa, a
nonclassical
form
for tripty/M,,which
30.

...tis

we

have
Sid

rds

in

c.

^5.

Nujifas,

'

owing

'
to, cf.

of

notes

wonder

music

were

before

from

anchors

saw

the

and

grazed

when

led

And

her

Chloe

the

escaped

of

chaplets

the

the

the

sea,

and

peaceful,and

how

the

led

had

but

Then

the

her

Nymphs

to

go

oflerings, while
wreath

Soph.

it with

O.C.

II

29

and

of

ivy

had
fetch

as

it had

ix'^ y^P 'hc'^8'^

bid

in

their
how

by

ite
favourshe

had

him

the

goats,

the

wild

wolfish

pine-garland
land, the

the

him

Dryas
choose

of

his

see

(pavbi/i^vr],
c.

and

And

soft

her, had

Nymphall that
to

then
and

Lamon
finest

goat

the

enemy

to

note

26.

on

of

lastly

resigned

live.
and

the

Pan

was

appeared

KiTTu,

to

strange

help
he

then

night, and

full

her

on

thunders

warlike

and

was

that

Pan

revived

to

recognised

the

Chloe

told

of

path

his

She

on

Daphnis

would

he

seen

terrors

heard, and

and

asked

the

on

embracing

was

he

budding

the

told her

and

seen

then

urged

though

home.

trance

all the

he
her

first shrill

pipe-notes

music,

her

sent

ai,

the

sheep,

brow, the blazing fires

own

he

of

man

pasture

and

then

with

foe.

no

marched

spied

and

when

the

echoes

sweet

Nymphs

plain

went

the

from

evening

ground

its bole

of

sailed

strains.

of

the

the

he

numbers
the

tale, about

hour

And

sitting by

and

vessels

the

by

vantage

caresses

wondrous

flocks

two

the

to

all in

sheep, though

the

was

away.

loving

oak

howls

So

down

leaped

swooned

Chloe's

and

calling on

The

sea.

And

more

flagship, and

goats

his

from

them.

dolphins leaped

the

it

now

charges
he

rapture

and

93

still

yet

together gladdened

Daphnis

with

the

for

and

pipe-player.

30.

Pan

rose

before

pipe

CHLOE

message

land

on

swam

no

praising

seen

the

and

sea

had

fell to

sights

AND

DAPHNIS

3o]

29,

die
he
the
and
in

ttLtvos ia^re-

THE

94

koI
nroKefiioit;,

m"})0r](rav
tok
eOvari

"rir"icra"s

re

ydka

Kara-

Kal Kpefida-a"i
a-jreSeipe
koi
'Nvfi(f"ai";

rat?

"HS17 he

31.

Kal

Kav(xa";

fiadv Tiva^

koI

TroirifiaTa.

vvkto^

iraiBiS,' Kal

Kal

iroTw

fi-rjXv/co?

ep/necrwv

Be

Hav6";

vp6";

Bipfia

Be

(^vKXoi'i,TO

edr)Kav

ra

d-jnjp^avTOKal
foi/o?" ycrev

t]

'Eirl

32.

twv

ev

Ilavt

Tw

Kal

fiatrt.

KaTaKXi9evTe";

TOVToi"!

KOfii^wv Kal ^oTpvi


iralBeov

tcoi'

avTw

rSiv
dveftuKev, cf.
31
^Bv(rav^
dyeXApxV^
Tpaytav
ixpiiiKKrav,airiSeipav .tI) di Sip/ia
^v^tttj^clv,
TroijxeviKhv
K^paffLV airoTs
6eif,as an offerdvASrifjidtroiiieviK^
ing to Pan.
31.
on
70X0x705,
7XevK0"s, see

rot?

ttltvC

6e".

TroifieviKw

KpaTfjpo";fiei-

Kal

ijaOiov

"""

i.

c.

auTots

Kai

ore^aviaKov;

"pvXXoi";Kal kXtj-

ev

e'lireTO

note

TvTvpo'i,

on

Trepnriff-Q,

19.
is redundant

avrov,

with

iv

rare,

4.

i;.

Ttf

aypi^.
toS

Ilavos
of

warning

the

cf. the
l(ivT||koveiiov,
in c. 23.
Nymphs

dYcXdpx'HVi so
22

rowpos

of

bull

in

Luc.

(i7e\dpx')s.

was
a
|icC|ovo5,
larger bowl
than
for the Nymphs,
ortjSddos irire"rT6pe(rev. for Pan

{nroo-upcviras,very

in

ctl

vecoTaTO":

Amor.

22.

tv^^i^v

see
f.r\7tovifrc[,

t.

tov

have

Xeifjuwvi,ev

XXo't;,Ad"f"vi9
ecrvpiaev.

Sepiw

we

tw

eveirrj^avTy

jSovkoXo'; "J^iA.T^Ta?
o
KaTa
e"j)ierraTai
Tivwi

Kpea

direa-ireiaav

Kpewv,

Ty

oirT'qa-avTe'i

p,ev

dvadrjixa
dydXfuiTi iroip,eviK6v

Tw

Tpdywv

Trpoarjr^a'^ov

avT0i";

Kepaaiv

tw

deov
tov
ev"f)7)fjLovvTe";

etriaireicravTe';o'ivov Kal

TrXr]aLov
eyfrTjaavTe';

iroiiikvcav

Kal twv
efiV7]/j,6vevov,

'idvaav,eKpifiao'av,
direBeipav. Kal
Kal

aryeXa'i

KoifirjdivTe^
ev

eireXdovcTTjis
avrov

tov

evTev-

TroXefiiwv.

iroiija-T}

epja

dyeXdp'XTjv "TTe"^avw"TavTe":mTvov
Kal

(leaTov

ra?

afia

wBd"s el";Td"; Ni//tt(^a?


iraXaiwv

dr^pw Tfj";
eviovcrTj'i
"TTiTvi

oiTTriaa'i

"7Ti^dSa"!viroa-copevcra';
"j)vXXd8o";

ex

eiretTKO'Tret,

Tov

Be

to,

Kpewv

dva-

irvp

KpaTrjpa kireaTreiae

Kal

^vfKpaK

Tpot^rjrjv Kal

ev

diJi,"j)l
Trjv UXotjv

twv

twv
e'yfnja-a'i

fiev

toii;

yX.evKOV'S' Kal
6ev

Trapovrmv

to.

dirrip^aTot6

38

Kepdrmv

twv

Sepfiadvedr)Kev.

TO

c.

II

[Book

OF

STORY

filled
not

THE

9^

irvppbv iraiBiov
otiv

aavTe";

ppeyfievoi

iroKKa^

0)9

veoi,

ti?

eaefivvvero

'O

33.

oSy

tovto

koi
Aa"j)vi,(i

(fyepovfieToBovvat,kuI
eopTrj

6eov

KaiToi

yfipai

TTjP

pir^ya

iv

TbTvpov

T7JV

eVt

eavTov

^iXjjto.

(lopov

tov

ae/ivoXo-

to

34.

'

see

irvppov,

c.

Kal

^avOis

of

ttmSIov

(is

Xeums

Kal

see

on

repe-

l^epov,

4.

madidus.

of

Dionysus

in Luc.
and

1.

5.

39

dicimus

Dear,

Priapus.

326 ii46riPpexfidi.
uvidi.

"rv-

fieydXrfv

Trpo?

oZv

Tfj"siiravXetoi; d'ire')(pva'q"

to

wpfiT/cre

iinjyyelXaTo
Kal

avToi"s

Hor.
Cf.

avTW

avpiyyi.

rjv

ovk

opyavov,

opyavov,

alya^

(fitovrjv
fiovtrtKij.

Trjv

uxrircp
For

irCp.

viroPcPpeyiUvoi,so
23.

/MlKpa

/jLiffBai
Tpdr/m

10.

"1.

rjv

olov

Tidv,

vvv.

dBovar)";,
irai^ovcr7i";,
irpocreXOmv eveiOev

vefjuovarf;,

tition

Be

Ni5/x^at? a-vverrai^ev,^Sev

evefiev,

iv

eXa^e
kol
fiefiy}rdfievo";,

Be Aapwai/

avpiy^,

Trap0evo"sKaXr)

aXXa

avpla-ai,re

TexvTi

d"fyr]y^(raa'0at
fivdov, ov

a-vpvyyo";

AvTi;

t^?

pC^jra';
to
iyKOfi^tofiayvfivoi;

Xt/ceXo; aliroXo'; TJaev eVt

Od.

w?

iraiB6"; ifiirveofievrj.
irep-Trei

ve^p6";'6

Trepl T'jj?

Eur.

rjviKa

eve/iov

to?

X\di; irdaa's Seijtret?


Trpotre-

a-vpiyya,

6 fiev

wcnrep

Tpe-xekv

Zlia/.

vvro/Se-

KaTaBpofid"; Siedivyov.

tov

avrolfi

dtrvovv

a""s

crTofiaTL

BeKa.

araSiovi

rj

Ad"pviSo'i. rj

TOV

ola
Ti'xvTjv,

c.

Srj yepovrei

'xaipomo'i. iirayyiXXeTai ^iXr]Td"},

avpiyyi

TO

7a\a

ir\'t}aiov

fjv.

yr}iia

TOV

KKrifiara t^?

to,

diroKreivaii- aXKo"i

SevTepa avpLa-af

Xlaj/os

koX

eXeyov

'KyaTwv

Xvkov

ib?

ept"f"o^.dvairrjSij-

ola

aKKr)\ov"; iroWa

irpo^

dr^epta-

KaX

/caTa/cXii/ai/Te?

KaX

eiroiovvTo.

II

[Book
iraiZiov

Hava

e^ijpTcovKoX

TTiTvof

arvfiTroTijv

T]"rav

Xevieip

yXavKOv,

a-vvea-T""f"dvovv
tov

K6fiTj(;
T^?
avTwv

OF

rpOs.ero Kovi^a ^aSC^tov wairep

Kau

')(pv'

Koi

STORY

KaraSpoiids,
note

on

cf.

rifuoKiav,

c.
1.

15
t.

TavTrji;
e?

33.

ti

init. and

see

28.

Sevrepa irvpCiraSi Theocr.


Ilava
rb
adv...(rvpi(Tdei'
ficra
a0\ov
diroiir^.
pov
povTos,

i.

Sei^re-

(rvpCirai...8coi!
irvpi7Yi. x""^cf.

c.

31

ToifieviKdv ivaB-riixa,

iroiniviK^Beip.
rare
t|jLirvto(Uvn,

passive.

Poll.

DAPHNIS

32"34]

AND

locked, blue-eyed boy

with

-clusters

again they

down
old

as

the

on

tale

was

told

or

often

flocks,

bade

would

boast

that

Pan

alone

piped

Then

show

the

from

Philetas'

fetch

fawn.

bribed

34.

with

the

Nymphs
then

67

Tci di

to

of

smock

or

rirl
Si

iiurO^,

so

ieia-rj!lis

in Theocr.
o/ca

rbv

'Kpi/uv^ffosipUrSum alya Ti Tot Soxra


SiSv/iarbKOVis rpisd"t^X|oi...Kai "a6i
L.

vaunt.
to

feast

the

pipe

sent

was

just

mile

and

darted

off"like

to

tell the

legend

Sicily by

pipe.

was

once

'

And

when

once

while. Pan

of

ment,
instru-

no
:

goatherd

and

and

the

herded

she
her

voice

she

was

drew

near

ri
Siiras...U)S
roi
KUT(tipi.ov...ii"lSe
and
ri S' "iii.c\yi
tdt. KiaaaWa,
viv,
Si
6
6. 6i xi3 iJ-kvrif cipvyy,
rif

al

13
ttotI
Aij3i)o9f
i.

one

the

Tityrus

playmates

aiXbv

KoKbv

less vest, clean.

eagerly
at

sweet-voiced

her

^fw/iis,the sleeve-

the

keep

them,

singing

and

him

homestead

goat

now.

as

So

in

told

i/ivreS/Jieva
opyava.

sort
a
"YK6|i.p(a|ia,

cloak

of

were

even

herding, playing

him

robbers

took

and

promised

fair and

maiden

goats, the
charmed

present

tended

boyish lips it proved

his cloak

to

pipe,'he

This

but

4.

their

sung

once

for

from

Lamon

many

wolf, and

strain

age

pipe

down

of

And

yielded readily though

of old

only

sitting

Philetas'

some

Philetas

fit

urged

skill.

flung

as

'

pipe

the

hung

gossiping,

was

Chloe

great

Meanwhile

pipe

the

he

and

away,

this

breath

They

then

bands

to

his

for

small

kid.

feasting.

slaughter of

and

high-

early days they

slip

and

But

Daphnis.

all too
to

short

their

sweeter

them

love

and

and

their

wine

the

pipe-lovinggod.

railing at

Pan

share

the

Daphnis

his skill to

the

of

in

gave

one

33.

honour

with

and

lightly"is

as

him

how

skin

pine-tree boughs,

mellowed

men

97

milk-white

spirited face, leaping along


all sprang
to
help to
up
grape

CHLOE

34.

3.

c.

For
1

23
the

iSaxev.

Compare
and

of the

the

story of

ringdove

i.

Echo
c.

xf.
asyndeton veiuii(rr)S.

3 ktiivuiv,

27.
4.

olKerwv, ivSpav, "ywaiKwv.

c.

THE

98

STORY

II

[BOOK

OF

koX i'TrrjyyiWero
tA? alya";irdcra';drjaeivSiBv/iaroej^prj^e
Kov";.

8e

17

iyeXa

tov

Si^atrdai,
firjTe rpdyov
StfoKeiv 6 Tiap

^iav

TTjv

koX

avTOK'

avicro"i

S6vaKa":

tou?

ei"i

rr/v

rafimv

opyavov

irapdevos koXtj

totc

icai

Kpvirrerai,

Kad
dvi"Tov";,
avvhrj"Ta";
rj

opfia

Ilava

tov

opyy

irdOo"! fiaOtov,to

to

KaXdfjLOV^KTipw

T0U9

oKoKKrfpov.

BovaKai

e?
^evyovcra, Kcifivovara

e"^

epaaTjjv

koX
/Stav" ^ 'Zvpir/^
e(j)evye

e?

ov'x^ evptov,

Koprjv

dvOpairov

firjTe

d"f"avt^eTai. Hav

e\o?

ovSe

avTov,

epcora

voei

Kai,

epat

Kai

oti

avpiy^

eaTi

vvv

fioveriKij.'

"ApTi

35.

Kai

Kadlaa"i

el

KaXafimv,
TTvevp.a

countrymen

goat with
24,

to

3- 34.
the

eKeivqv,

avXtav

veaviKov.

favourite
was

irdcrav

ffXei

promise
ewe

or

form

5i5uyitor6Koi/s.

was

to

Teptrvo-

eTriBeiKPv-

dyiX^

^o"v

oaov

"f"iXov.

TTOufivaK;

6X6kX7;pos. Syrinx
who

to

Te'xyrjv

irpoff^opov, otov

Verg.

^^eirye iravras.

Kai

icrvpiTTev

Theocr.
i.
young.
"cl.
There
3. 29.

twin

BiaTpixei

aKoiKvTov

")?

d-KOveiv, toctovtov

ovSiipa"rTr[v...,c(.
$.\^. ^^ippevas
Je

too

KeKrjpoaTO,

elvai TavTrjv

ttoXv

fiiXoi;. Kai

aliroTuw

otov

SiSviiaroKOvs, a

is also

ivTevOev

evvofiia";fiova-iKrjf

irpeirov,

Iva

o)dyov Be tj}?ySt'a?
dt^aipmv elf

KaT

neTe^aXKe

p,evo"i

Kai

Tt9

fiadmv

eirena

ivi-TTvei to

avpiyfia.
Tepov

"

evirvooi

cpTjdr)crvvavXovvTwv

av

av

Kop,i,^o)v,

Ttp iraTpi

avpiyya

^ikrjTdi Kai
o
irp"TOV itrij^aTO. Bieyepdel^ovv
iv KaOeBpa op0iov Trp"Tov p.h"dTreTreipdOri
Ttov

rjv 6 Hav

among

e'lKaaev

xai

fivdov wS^? yXvKVTepov,

fieydXcov

avX"v

ireirovKCKTO.

"XoKkw

Tt9

elirovTa

to?

TiTvpo? i"f)i(7TaTai
Trjv

fiiya opyavov

TO

pMdoXoyrjfw.TO's6 Aap-cov,

tov

"I"tXi7Ta?
avTov

eiryvei

Kai

triiravTO

disliked

god

iifdrpayos.

the
note
"t"cvYOv"ra Koftvovoxi,
See
asyndeton.
supra,
note
(rvvBrjirosdvCo^vs, see
on
yav\ol, i. c. 4.
Veig. "cl. 2. 32
Pan
cera
primum calamos
coniungere
mihi
instituit...est
disparibus
plures

C'Ti'tcav6p(Dirov
|tiJTE Tpd70v
oXoK\t|pov, of. I. c. 16 6 naj'...ui'
septem
compacta
rXiov Tpdyos. See L. and
after xotf is not
S.
rb

cicutis

wanted

fistula,
as

the

xal
text

35]

34.

DAPHNIS

and

wooed

two

kids

him

answer

goat
his

that

would
Pan

man.

bed

she

reeds

her

fate

and

length

she

was

35.

pipe,

Pan's
and

rose

breath

upright

strain

it rang

blew

upon

mellower

the

and

melodies, the
then

the

stands

there

Vinct.

me

903

may

being
marriage those

an

to

soothe

some

cor-

are

of

eyes

not

high

blew

herd

bably

finding that
a

blew

all the

of

noble

fiery

loud

far
lore

of

toral
pas-

of kine

herd

and

goats

he

gentler
and

last

the

be omitted, it may
have crept
final
the
of
to
(ccKiJpuro

t^j to

and
repeated by mistake
changed by a later copyist to
agree

veavixbv,

with

xo^tV-

cf. veaviKah,

veaviKov,

4.

c.

i.

c.

29,

35.

cvvo|iCas, contrast

eim/iiav,

5.

T^ xoXk^, r(j)should

the

tried

from

then

c.

Philetas

pipers, so

his

it looked

Then

he

called

reeds, and

first he

of

charm

of

birth.
35.

And

bringing

up

mighty

he

being

Prom.

the

artisan seeks
who

of

sweet-toned

Philetas

clear, then

band

notes

the

who

and

slowly
ranged through

cf. Aesch.

never

the

seat, and

in

avio-os,

reeds

unequal.

now

Then

greater gods look upon


in love..., 1. 887 and
truly wise
of

is he
in

1.

probably

is

snapped
guessed

wax

made.

were

lacuna.

ruption or
6 Spws
one

to

tunes

with

from

crouched

he

fastenings:

wax

his

in

like

out

tones

and

Pan

been

of

first he

they

reeds.

her

soon

tale

freely through

ran

not

had

his

the

over

reeds, testing whether


the

her

gave

neither

was

marsh.

frame

pipe, the

sat

in

and

flightshe

Tityrus sped

song

brass

who

yean

name.'

mighty

the

fair is

ceased
a

his love

at

pipe binding

maiden

her

own

with

love

should

threatened

found

their
a

than

with

like

99

lover

vanished

Lamon

it sweeter

bound

and

the

as

bears

As

father's

chased

but

once

which

pipe

have

devised

unequal
who

scoffed

not

and

wrath

in

she

fled till weary

of reeds

the

But

year.

she

nor

CHLOE

her, promising that all her dams

threats

in

AND

pro-

7"2

i.

^i/

repirvov
oXto^

iraawi

36.

dvaara'i

Se

fiMKot eTTiXijviov
TTOTe

TovvTi

Xtjvov

koI

fiv6ov

fidXa

iBimxe

Kal

"f"vy^.

Be Xa^cav
Ad(f"vi";

ttjv

dvaKXrjTiKov,

e7ri^T)T"v "aTe

o)?

Kal

6 Be Trjv IBiav

Dancing

cb9

Kal
dvairrfBri"7a";

ev'X^eTai

music

dvaOel'i

i.e.
a

quotes
est

le

St

ovv'xtov

dance

'

La

premier langage

de

Thomme

2.

had

c.

and

his

davfidaa^

with

iipKeaew

23

4.

dat.

c.

the

les nations.'

partic.
i\eoS"rai.

told

them
had

Dryas had
dancing.

ConFor

vintage

cf.

2.

5.

Tptros 8ij Y^puv,

Philetas
now

ireidwv,

"?

de toutes

connue

37.

ttjv

ofiolu)Bi,aB6')(ff

description of

c.

Pantomime

crvpiyya

Kal (fnXija'a';
a-fiiKpdv

ttjv

the

and

Pierre,

eX,os

""?

'yapi^erat"f)iXijaa"i
avTrjv

trast

the story of Lamon

^iXrfTd

o^kci,here

feast.

et?

ttjv vXrfv

6 ^tX^jra?

elle est

sort

expressive art
very
the Greeks, cf. c. 37 Daphnis
was

Pan

t"v

UKpcov

trvpiyya

Yiavl

tw

the

vintage

Trjv

not
Syrinx, but was
considered
See
Becker's
dignified.
Mr
Smith
Charicles, Sc. 6, N. 23.

about

Be

ireidoiv,
rj

ep"v, ipwTiKov,

KaTaXiireiv

Ad^viv

AiewciaKdv,
played at

among
and
Chloe

eir

fikv eh

XXot;

eireiTa

yoepov,

T6
"f)iXei

Ilava
Aa"f"vi";

iKeTeve

fiev

avaaTavTe^

ra^ew?

Aa/iwi/o?.

fjLeydXrjv
iavpiae

36.

aXTjOtot

fjBe ivetjiaive
ttjv Kdftvovffav
%j;X.a? fjt,(,fi,ovfievo";,

ra?

KpvTTTeTai'

of

icai

itr opxv"'^!'
evBoici/jbijffa^
Se

tov

6 fiev
dfieKovaa i/jueiBla.

Kal

pKeireiv

irL6ov"; Kal

tov";

ovtoi

ifii/ieiTO,
Ttjv "SivpiyyaXXo?/.

Tf]

ihoKovv

irivovra.

TOV
d)p')(i]"7avT0

ev

ira-

eia')(rifiov(0'

ovTa)";

""tt6

XkoTfv Kal Ad"f"vi,v.ol


"}}i\ei

eTpe^e

emicei

eira

appiypv;,

irdina

evapyw^,

T/jtTo? hi) yeptov

37.

koX

w/o^^T^o-aro.

^epovTi

TavTa

ttjv

AiovvaiaKov

trXrjpovvTi Toil's iri6ov";,eVra

eiTa

Koi

Kal
d/j/TreKov;

i\pvavTa

Se

y\6VKov";.

Tov

iap'XrjaaTO
Apvai
Ta?

op')(r)aiv

iroTe

Tepirofievoi'

avpL^eiv

K"\eva-a^

avTOi";

^oTpv^,

Tou?

irivovTi

Kal

Tpvy"VTi,

fiev

aiunrfiKaTexeivTO

oiiv aWot

fiev

aiyS"v.

o^ii to

^o"v,

to

/tii'a
ervpiy^i/iifiijeraTO.

avpi'y"ya's

Ot

Apva"i

-jroifiviav,
fieya

to

II

[Book

OF

STORY

THE

100

the

story

played to
delighted

of

Lamon

Syrinx,

them

and

them

with

dear

strains
turn

his

36.

in

The
bade

then

the

dance
the

that

his

the

of

fancied
casks

the

in

sweet

then

dance

Dryas

of

the

last

and

and

the

could

grapes

again
did

of

Dryas

the

see

vines

the

quaffing

Dryas

the

drinking

clearly

they

scene.

clustered

baskets, and

gracefully

friends

and

presses

would

cask-fillingand

So

and

rousing vintage melody

harvesting

bringing

must.

new

shrill

pleasure

himself

the

and

in

some

he

danced

grape-treading
the

play
:

loi

all.

hushed

lay

honour

CHLOE

sheep, deep

mimic

him

first he

and

of

could
rest

Dionysus'

And

flocks

to

pipe

and

rose

AND

DAPHNIS

35"37]

new

wine.
37.

and

Chloe

kissed

of

his

running

on

feigned

weariness

vanished

strain
of

wooer

quest.

And

sprang

up

pipe

even

prayers

And

seductive
Philetas
him

of

was

the

pairs

usual

given

Tu

Ilavl
the

when
up

for

it to
4.

t.

n^v rfuKpdv, it
of a thing
use
man

to

dedicate

Tim.

to

Cf.

god.
c.

32,

SiiceXXo

Si^dipa, ifiS,!/ih'
h/aOeivai
that

he

KoKiv,
has

small

4.

has

found

T"f

for

his

worthy
pipe

c.

i.

4. c.
koX
Haul

the
will

and

Daphnis

own

42

melody

wonder

turn

and

and

choly
melan-

who

one

gave

some

26

Chloe

love

of

as

his

she

played

it in

Luc.

parallelsentences.
avaOcls

was

MS

and

gladly

consecrated

observe
"p"v...,
three
artificial effect of these
Yocpov,

and

while

marsh,

filled with

was

bequeath

to

Daphnis

strain

her

Then
a

lover:

despairing

kiss

to

with

heir.

of

as

chased

gait,

into

though

the

wooed

He

pursuit.

mighty pipe

Philetas'

took

Daphnis

as

hot

took

He

Pan's

and

up

Daphnis

scornfully.

the

wood

sprang

Syrinx.

imitate

to

in

dance.

and

rose

man

they

played

smiled

toes

the

into

in

Chloe
she

persuasively but

as

tale

old

And

Daphnis.

and

Pan

the

applause

Lamon's

mimicked

part

their

After

to

fin.,

37 fin.

^iXtott;
Toirif
treasure

free

him

THE

I02

avpi^av.

Trjv ayeXrjp

^hrj ryeyevT}ijievri"i wirriXavve

Ni/KTO?

38.

koI

"jToifivTjv
avvdyovtra
Tu"
fie\et t^? iniptyyoi;

Trjv

irXTjaLovrmv

0,476?
e"yyv"s

irpo^drav

t^9 X\ai;?'

Kal

(Tvvedevro

Kol

ovTco';

"ts

II

[Book

evpedelaav rrjv ^Xotjv ccrrrfKavve


"j}vyrjsaXri6ivf}";

eK

tt)V

OF

STORY

rriv

eTTOiTja-av.

elra

eavpiTTov,

ivrevdev

to

TrpoaayopevaavTei,

ifiiXrjaevavToi";

vovTO.

KareKaaat

eirLovar}^

elra

Kadeo'Oivre'i
rfj Bpv'i:

vtto

rpo"jyfj^'Kal

koi

"

T\.ava

rov

KareicXi-

e"j)i\ovv,
irepie^aWov,

dWrfKov;

re

at,

aXK^\ov";

vvkto';

Nvfi"j"a';
irpoTepa's,

Ta";

koX

'

rp\,6ov
dp'xpfievr)'!
fjfjbepa'i

yovv

apri

Koi

vofuqv.

ew?

dyeKa^ t^?

ras

XXot;

Aaxfivi^e^dBi^ev

re

iveirXtjaav

coare

Oarrov

"peaav

tj

olvov

eiriov

fiL^avre^ydXa.
39.

Kat

oKiyov

"49

Ilai'a

eXOatv

wfjLotrev

iirl Trjv

ddvarov

^Lov.

Kal

to?
'Trpocrrjv

opKov

Uav

el"sto

irirvv,fiij^tjaea-ffai
p,6vo"!

rjSe
'"j/jbepa";'

i^iovcra
trap

XXot] AdcftviBt

arep^eiv

avrov

dpa rrj XX.oj;to


tov

xal

Kal

avTpov

'^O

axiTov,

ipatTiKOi:iaTi

rov

avrpov

Be

roaovrov

mcTTe

Kopj),

rj^'iovXa^elv
0eo"; 6

'xpovov

eiaekdovcra

Nv/i^a?

Ta?

/car
dep/ioTepoi yevofievoi
TrpofjXOov, 6 fiev hrjAd"f"vi^tov

iricTTiv

opKcov

XXot;?, /xr/Se
/uta?

avev

'

diraai

TovTot?

SevTepov

Ad"f"vi,'\er/ov"Ta,
ripdadt) fiev

"

airitTTO'i

Be 'S,vpi.yyo"i'
niTuos, rjpda-B'q
iraverai

d(f""\e^

Be ovBeiroTe

Apvda-iv

irpdyiuvra irapeyjaiv.
Svo'xXmvKal '^m-i/jLufKitri
Nv/ji^ai';

from

further

dedicates
sailor

his

14-16; a
lyre, Od.
her
Tj

labours.

his

arms

clothes,
lover
3.

mirror.

38.

skill,4.

3;

Anth.

Pal.

warrior

cv^irXTjo-avaXXijXovs.sc.
dXXi^Xiuv,

Od.

i.

5.

himself) his
faded
beauty
6' AvaB.i.

15

med.

Villoison, who
19,

p.

"n^u".
Od.

11.

Aristaen.

lai

quotes
d\Xi)Xu"

The

idea

452

i) S' i/ii)oiSi

hinirXiiaBrjvai

is that

oKotrts

2.

a\"va.iri\avov
of

Horn,

wtp

vlos

i^floXytioSrw

laae.

Karmrrpov.

o-uvd7ovcra,
c.

shipwrecked

Ilor.

(Horace

26.

TO
TlaiplTg

So
a

cf.

Daphnis'

otvov
fin. and

|i(|avTES70X0, cf. i. c. 23
7dXaKTos, i. c. 10.
on

note

afieXr}del"!

ovv,

fiev

irKeiova^

eirl

Koiv

ai)

e\6ri"s

aSiKOV

aoi

^d(f)VK
Ty

'KXoTjv
So?,

nrpo^ara

d)tcXi]"rEi

crt

S'

ix^piv

KoXdo-ai,
Find.

or'

vifiovaa
Kal

ix^P^

cf.

4.

(Trds
10

els

2.

^^''

^'5'""o

84

els

(Keivo

ri

to

alirdXiov,

ivrpor,

Aa"f"vi,-

2.

cf.
c.

ihiovi

34

rim

353

vpoaibvn
8

jiiirov

nrpoKpivri

3.

deovi.

t^iXoSirav,

the

usual

cf.

"t"i\civ

"f)i\iovTas,

t(!)s

Hes.

O/.

Kal

Mosch.

vpoffT/aev.

4.

Iv,

rifi

(6.)
^c

^CKrjaBe.

diroKTcCveiv,

is

S6vaKasKpiiirTerai,elsi\osa(fiavii'"Tai.

Kai

aiya^

ra";

ijtCKiovTa

(rripyere

tpCKi-ifre,

e-rri-

Kai

exaipe

if"iX.T|(rai

27.

c.

Kai,

(o/j,vve

vofii^ovca

altroKmv

Pyih.

amoXiov

Se

Kal

Xal3ofi"VO";
Be

inroBeiaonai.

Slxay

rpdyov
erepov

Kav

icai,

^Sero

to

r\

Kal

cf.

Se

diroKrelveiv.

irobfievcav

XvKov,

ttoircp
irorl

rfj

"jriffTr]

yevofievrjv

fiearov

avrov

Kopr)

o)?

TCi

alyo';,

'xeipmv

eKelvT]^

arevev

eh

ara";

atya

av

Xvkov.'

Sairep

Kal

ear

Ni;/i0a?

cnroKTeivov

"j)i\,'^"rai "f"iKovaav.

avT

t^?

Kal

fiiaei

T"v

Kal

tre

aTria-Tov/ievo^,

/jLev

XXor/v,

KoXa-

rrjv

ofioaov

fifj KaTaXnreiv
et?

Koi

^evye

a-iipiyyi

t"

ev

KoXatrai,

ae

koX

Se

fievT]'

r"v

tovto

II

[BOOK

afieKrjaei

opKOi"}

yvvaiKa^

avedpei^e,

ae

r)

OF

ahroXiov

to

fioi

eKeivrjv,

rot?

ev

he

fiwv

c.

STORY

THE

I04

future

the

infin.

pres.
adds

much

for
to

the

DAPHNIS

39]

forget
maidens

there

than

to

punish

of

goats

by

and

her

to

vow

in

loathing

and

of

rapture

at

with

she-goat

love

for

another

he

would

in

his

real

of

emphasis
diminished
some

cont.

of

divinities

the

by
editors
Phaen.

to

"

which

ii,

p.

1042

tj

6/uii"ras

full

the

and

him

And

she

simple

sheep

while

forsook

and

her

were

for

was

trust

the

shepherds.

is
of

from

Chloe

her.

goats

breaks

hand

right

she

she

among

maiden's

and

Dem.

djro/crei'eo'.

if

yet

forsake

Daphnis

love

not

that

correction

his

would

put

goatherds

passage,
the

he

and

held

she

And

herd

to

flee

stepped

himself

oath

then

with

if

forget

this

by

but

mistrust

lasted

kill

you

more

will

never

wolf

swore

him

for

word,

left

his

by

like

he-goat

troth

swear

to

love
he

pipe,

Nymphs

loving

his

Chloe's

gladdened

her

slay

and

your

true

the

to

holding

and

goats

and

her

in

me

lives

105

name

foster-dam,

she

you

reeds

plight

your

while

his

in

are

So

you.

Chloe

your

taken

oath

your

CHLOE

AND

ivSeKin-ri

"iroif"alvei.v
oialav.

alter

In
to

^ortSponidvo^

toC

opBSis
this

passage

d7ro0o"'eii'.

Kai

SiKaiws
some

/i,rivi"s
tt\v

editors

AOrOS

1.

SeKa
ex

KaC

Bv/ivaicov

Kal

2.

'O

Se

ovBe

Se

d"f"povpi]Toi";Tai";

diravTa

v0pi^ovTa";

dBeoav

Ph.
1.

dKTaKicrxMTjv

78

use

and

TroKK7}v
nvplav

441

the

of

feminine,

meaning
2.

TpurxiXtov,

d"riri8a

1.

Kal

iyav

Cf-

in
is

Eur.

the

usual

they

singular
(he

'cavalry.'
Ktjpv^,

see

irdaav

in

ditiipuKToe,

2.

Xaaci
Troip-eve^

rj

crm(^pove-

rrjv

dpirayrjv
OdXaaaav.

of

the

in

way

irdXe/ioK

voted,

which

aKifpvKTOv

i^"pi"ravTo.
Herod.
a"ris

7.

others

194

"r""j"pov^"rTepo,
yvois

-fjaorpuTepa

inrovSi]V,
on

ovSev

Kara

spite

had

M17-

yap

fiereyivcoa-Kov

d|uTcpa...TJ

Note

with

19,

ol

iroXiv

Kal

eKarbv

Kal

ravra,

yrjv

c.

Apyei"t}v fi7ei,

Xbyxi)"-

twirov
as

Herod.

AjnrtSa.

Affirid'

Kara

rj crrpa-

ocrov

""?

yeirova

et?

twv

eTrf7re"rovp.evo";

yempyol

el-^ov diroB6vre";

ifiifiiyvvcrdai

ft)9

eaXcoKorcov

eSpacrav

ToXfi')jcravTe"!

pdXKov

ko/jli^cov.

dWd

veavicrKOv;

a-irovSrjv Be

arepa'

r"v

yeyevrj/Mevrnv,

T0U9

o^vTspa

/lev

5. 30

Tmv

airovSa";

irapa

daXaaaav.

araStov;

avrS

(rrpaTrj-

ijp-jra^e jeapy"v

avTrjv,

Kal

rov

eXei^Xaret

ovk

epya

iroKiv

rrjv

rpi(T')(^bKiav

ryrjv

KTrip-ara

vofil^cov ravra

iirl

(laQovTe^

MvTi\r)vaioi,

Kal

iTvKai";.

cLTri'^ovTi Krjpv^

dairlZa
Kara

Mt;-

eK

eV
Tap^t'trTTjj'

rrjv

/lev

eKdovTei

ravra

T^et/itSi/o?
ttjv

wpa

dyeXai;

'Krjo'Tov

ra'xvvei

dvfivatoi

ev

i^op/jbrjOel'sdypov's

Troifievrnv

Tr]yov'

avrol

Kara\e^avT"";

rtov

ap-jrayrjv

rrjv

e^eire/i'^av

okvovvt6";

MijOvfivaiav,
Kai

xal

irevTaKoaiav

yov'I'Tnraaov

Kal

ejvoxrav

Kivelv

'vTnrov

avTol'i

Kara-rrXovv

rov

dvaa')(eTov vojxioavTe';

ovk

Tvadelv

oifKa

fjcrOovTO

to?

ifirjvvaav

Tive";

dypwv

Twv

avTov";

Be

M.vT(Xr}valoi
vecSv

TPIT02

have

as

(is

raxirepa

ipr/affn^vos
in

some

"rirovS-/iv.

MSS.

cf.

elri.
while

BOOK

As

1.
attack

soon

could

suffer

not

resolved

and

horse,
sea

the

command
Once

on

of

plundering

while

sent

out

the

work

of

against

began

up

all

in

as

i/iToptas

oix

Thuc.

2.

ttjs

perils

and

belonging

of

learned
had

yap

in

city,

and

booty,

ddeus
Sii,

events

but

was

the

for

revenge

doKaaaris.

their

unconsidered

only

d\Xi}Xois

when

prisoners

promised
if

was

For

the

hasty,

capital

herald

nobles

in

acts

guarded,

their

young

their

the

peace.

hand

no

their

no

such

were

from

to

farmers

the

spirit despised

offers

o#"n)j oiS' imiuyvivrei

not

allowed

to

with

and

of

under

decided

away

com-

land

by

leagues

spoil

ius

the

four

neighbouring
the

face

they

regret

So

hundred

them

countryfolk
to

^iiiCTViKrOai, i.e.

dScus

mercii,

and

peasants

and

five

before

of

they

speed.

hastily against

gates

the

and

captain

goods

Mytilene

of

all

Methymnaeans

Methymna

of

they

give

him

ill-treatment

outrage
acts

still

meet

to

the

soldierly

the

by

Hippasus.

marched

was

men

the

his
He

he

the

that

to

or

as

citizens

that

way

surprise

to

but

the

flocks

brigandage.

hoping

captain

the

herdsmen,

and

the

of

farms

the

ravage

should

despatched

the

that

with

they

of

unavenged

remain

to

warriors

that

they

of

announced

they

thousand

informed

also

counter-stroke

three

heard

Mytilene

were

outrages

winter

in

2.

such

unwilling

the

and

plundering

make

to

enrolled

they

of

the

of

men

ships

ten

of

countryfolk

the

as

the

by

III

oihc

peace

Kara

readily
were

yijv

oire

THE

io8

rbv

o?iv KrjpvKa

fiev

Kairoiye

a-reKKei,
vo"}'

STORY

Be

avTO";

avTOKpaTcop

o'lKaSe'
dva')(a"peiv

'O

3.

nev

i^ai^VT)^yap
oi

liev

"^yevovre

Kal

avTO";

Be

aiy"v

iv

v"v

fj^vdXXoi

Trporjei

Kal

poverty

or

of

the

blocked,

...

locked.
the
\ct|i.appoi,
bours

the

winter
from

peasants

for
effectually,

districts

of

roads

the
and

disappear
beds

ovt

the

in

of

become

still cuts
their
the

cf.

neighcountry

the

c.

Kal

oi

Be

otl

et?
kov-

irvp

earpe-

-rrdya^ opvidmv

for

irovmv

branches

so

laden

and

that they looked


by the snow
if they were
the
as
on
point of
snapping : note the full force of the
edd.
most
present participle,which
We
find
similar
neglect.
a
descripin

tion

Hor.

XCvov,
and

onus

i.e.
nets

Od.

i.

silvae
for

c.

3,

for

which

iam
9. 2 nee
laborantes....

clothing, fishing

and

alyuv Tp(](as,see

con-

iifKeaav, i.e.

dinftCKay-

re

were

oi

bent

lines

23

(fivXXdBas,

crrjKOK

rot?

^aXdvov"i.

the

torrent

winter.

2.

dXXd

oi /j,"v Xlvov

sustineant

summer

the

"(pKci KaTaKXuii^vois,
struction

dyeXrjv rt?

ovv

6vp"v,

tS)v

vofiei"i "j(aipov

antithesis

translate

expression :

ra

oiKOvpia^ eire'xpvar}'; d-7ravra";

Kal

yewpyol
the

Xa^poi

yrj "trdcra a(pavr]";tjv,

r/

irpo^dTcov iv

notice
d'irtKX"ure...KOT^K\eMr",

3.

yiverai,

TriKpoTepo'i'

roii^ yewpyow.

pevfiara.

'AvayKaia'i odv

4.

aipeaei

ivsTnjyei Be KpvaTaXXo";-

"rv^eol":dxvXov

Tot?

tijv

^oa"v itrl ^ari/at? "f"povTl";


fiv d^vpov

ea-0i6vTO)v,
alywv

off

iroXe/MOv

rov

Tpi'xa'sevXeKov,

i(TO"f"i^ovTO.
Tore

the

BieXvBrj.

fjbiyaireploaSa? dXeKTpvovwv

oi
"f)OV,

ayyeko's

iv
elprjprji;

ovtod

KareKXeiare

KaTaKX(op,evoi";'

irr)yd";
irov

aavre'i

ave-

%ta)i' iroXXrj 7rda-a"; fiev aireKXeKTe

Treaovtra

emKei

p,rjirepi

reXo?

XXoj;

')(eiixappoi,
Kareppeov,

BkvBpa

vojMriv

Kal

dpx^v

oSov'i, irdvra"; Be

ra";

Kal

iroXifiovyap

Ad"f)viBtKal

vebfimv

evToXa";

KephaXetarepav.
Br]Mr)dvfivaia)vKal MvTiKijvaieoviroXefio'i

dBoKrjTov Xa^oav
Be

tj)? TroXews

eiprjvrjv
evpiaKov

ttjv

yevofievoi

a-rahuov

BeKa

koI
KOfiicracrOai,
dhiKrjaavTa firjSev

dpirayrjv"Ke\ev"T"

T6

avb

6(tov
rrji Miy^v/ii/Tj?

atro-

KexeipoTovrj/xe-

ekBijav
Siayevo/jiiveov
TfjiepSiv

Svo

Kal

"l7r7ra"ro5

o-TpaTJiyo'i

e*

III

[BOOK

MuTtXiyi/atot?

rot?

a-TparoTreSov ^aXofievo^ t^s


fieve.

OF

the

hunters'

snares.

(ruripav,2.
of
oily texture
on

restored

land

on

with

full

and

pitched

herald

his

with

spoil and

choice

of
of

blessings

of

winter-time

roads

locked

and

thick

the

ventured

none

the

on

on

ground

in the

of

bran

the

indoors,

goat'shair
off the

in the

and

it throws

as

PoXdvous,

Kal

the

former

lances,

Horn.

KlpKfi

irdp

the

Od.
p

10.

S.Kv\ov

241

rdtai

^AXayov

were

the

pasture,
kindled

were

his

with

task

of
for

snares

heaping

and

in the

up

twigs

green

styes.

kept

necessity

herdsmen

to

springs

to

twisting

of

and

revelled

in

xpavelrisISfjisvai,.
4.
oiKovpCas,a keeping at home,
cf.
olKovp^ta^ olKovpds.
oiKoijpTjfjuLf
So
limen
of a good houseamare
wife.
Prop. 2. 6. 24 felix...quaelpa\ev Kapir6v re

the
Trptvos(ilex),
latter of the 0i7"As (quercus escula).
Umber
et iligna
Sat.
Hor.
2.
4. 40
rotundas
curvat
nutritus glande
aper

fruit of

fires

leaves

The

firm

the

began
or

the

ready

flock

beechnuts

and

ploughmen

is serviceable

each

all

froze

where

themselves

and

Chloe's

branches

his

was

cottages.

ice

huge

ox-mangers,

one

and

their

save

goats' hair

rain.

"kv\ov
is the

the

war

blocked

led

doors, but

acorns

while

But

None

busied

others

foe than

fast

the

hid,

cockcrow,

at

sheepfolds,

4.

given

sudden

and

in

gaunt,
was

spinning flax, weaving


birds, while

and

the

Daphnis'

to

ravines, the

forth.

out

hearth

chaff" and

for

and

bitterer

peasants
the

broke

streams

drew

looked

trees

all the

snap

the

down

roared

torrents

now

fell thick

snow

outbreak

strange

But

war.

The

grief

the

was

the

for

come,

take

city preferred

the

war

open

should

in peace

the

peace.

Such

close

or

to

days

two

Hippasus

home

come

Methymna

After

that

Mytilene

to

from

away

invested

though

herald

commands.

then

peace

the

sent

orders

109

Hippasus

mile

countrymen's

the

3.

captain

camp

CHLOE

So

sea.

as

returned

back

and

and

powers

his

await

the

AND

DAPHNIS

2"4]

Si
t

cumque
irovuv

viri femina

ain]\XaY|uvoi,
of

description
enjoying himself
a

limen

the
at

amat.

have

we

countryman
home

in

bad

THE

no

oKiyov

irpoi

fievoi

8ovTe"; fiaicpov

9epov"iKoX
Se

teal

koI

Se

eKviret

Tt?

i^ o5
rjadiov,rj yav\6"; 6(f)dei,^,

w?

KaK"v
re

hel^aiirore

Koi

et?

a-vveinov,

yj

Seivw'i

S^ XXor]

avrfj (Txjvriv

rj

BoKovaa

ola "7')(p\rjv
Ad(f)vc"s,
cvyasv

a6(j"i,"rfj,a
evpev
5.
fivppLvai

6eav

e?

Biadeh

EKarepav
8id
a-'xfjfia

^vXX"ov

in

Arist.

'airapitiva,rhv
Tw'

clvetv

dfia

dedaovrai.

^aiveiv SiSdcrKova-a

re

6 Be

p,vr)fU)vevov"ra'

crweTwre/oo?

roiovSe

Koprj^,

avrfj rfi avKy,

eire"^VKei. al fivppivat

/cirro?

Kirrd";

rov";

epid

twv

del yap
diirf)(avo";,

ApvavTO"i, vir

i"j"^

dfirreXoi dvrpov
eiroief

eiraXXarrovrcov

Pax

Sere

dfj,(j"orepe0V
fiea-oi'

dxpe/jiova';
"b9

01)
1127-58
i"Td' TiSiov ij "nrxftv /i^v IjSri

weather

Kal

rS)v

rat?

rij"iXX6r)V.

Upo Tfj";avXfji; rov


fjueydXat8tio Kal

irXrja-lopdWrfXcov,

8^

ev')(pvTo

"^y aWi/Xous

ydfiov

koI

crvpiy^dfie\a""!

dykXai';rfKiov

rat?

diropo^ fjv Kal

Kal
drpaKTOixi aTpe(f"ei,v

/cal

ykp

koi

fir/rrjp

i^ ^9

p^et/aa?,

avroiii eKK.vaa(Tdat

tovtcov

avroif

\virripd"i

vaXuyyeveaLav.

eXdovcra

Si
Te')(^v7)v i^rjrovv,

evvojAevoi

7] fjuev

xal

Havl

Tpo^rjv

rrjv

afia

eppififiivri,
S"pov ipcoTiKOvyeyevqpAvr].
Koi rm
Nv/Ji,(j"ai";

XXojy

KaraXeKpffevreov

r"v

ffavdrov

dvkfievov eK

ical

SoKelv

dypvirvov: StrjyovKoi

re

rj vtjpa

avTou?

Kadev-

yXvKvrepov.

wepie^aWov,
"(f"C\ovv,
""?

"^pivrjv
wpav

Tr)v

j(^"Lfiwva

avrov

ypo^

HI

[BOOK

rov

/Mvijfirj yevofievoi

vvKra';
irpo(Te(f"epovro,

Kol

avTol";

ware

/MSToirmpov

to?

repirvmv,

OF

rpo"j"d^k(o6iva"}6adiovTe"; koI

virvov

ev
Ad(l)vi";

Koi

STORY

inter

mutuaque

laeti

se

Kal

convivia

genialishiems curasS' im^f'aK"i'eir


dcby
and
resolvit,
Georg. 3. 376 ipsi
que
in defossis
sub
alta
yeiTova, eliri fioi, tL
specubus secura

follows
then
account
an
Spiaiia"
;
their
food
before
of how
they enjoy
good fire. Cf. Bion
a
17. (6.)5 fi
KoX xeifia Siirepyov; irel Kal XE'/*a"
iroXXoi SaXirdfievM 6i\yovTai aepylq.
Kal
Verg. Georg. I. 299
T6
OKvif,
hiems
frigoribus
ignava colono.
parto agricolae plerumque fruuntur,

invitat

curant.

otia agunt

totasque

nique
ducunt

atque

terra

congestaque
focis

advolvere

dedere.
et

acidis

hie

laeti

imitantur

iroXiYycvEO-Cav,

word,

igludo

noctem

pocula

robora

ulmos

fermento

vitea

sorbis.

late

Greek

THE

112

STORY

Kopvfi^o? 7roXii"sKal
fiaro.

ovv

rjv

OF

i^eKpiySoT/an?kXij/jlcitcov

ocro?

fieya";

iroXii nrXfjdo^ irepX avrbv

kl'^Xtj Kal

Se

KtTTO^arfov

koX

tparrai

o^v

fiev

iTri irpo"j)aaet
opvtidcov

fiera^v araSiav

oinrtD he r) %to)j/ XeXvfievr) iroXvv


Be apa
^dcri/juaKal
iravTa
epeoTi

6.

fjLevoi; t"v
Tov

rrjv y(^i6va
tov';

erKeXwv

l^ov pd^BoK

ivrevdev

opvidav

Kal

aTToBvwv

rd

dviqp, ov

"yvvaiov,

peiTO

Be

Trrepd' ttj";
evBov

Ad"j)vi^,
0)9

KareKiKXecvTO'

Seraadai
irpoi^aaiv a-Kr/t^dfievo';
avrov

ti

"^aav

alr7)(TOfievo";
'^kov.

o'W'

Beofiai.

Kal

Bid

fir/v

%^"s

coare

6vpmv
'

d'jrb o-raBiov
t)

Kal

pinus ingens albaque populus umbram


amant
hospitalem consociare
ramis ?
eras
Pervigil. Verier.
5
amorum
copulatrix inter umbras
virentes
aiborum
de
implicat casas
flagellomyrteo.
KopviiPos,the berried variety of
ivy, cf. 4. c. 2 " Kipvfi^osairov /i4yas

Kai

irrjpa

tS
rjiro-

Kal

eroXfia

i^i^retTrpb";
evavo'o/ievo^

yei,Tove";
dprov^
;
"

fiecrTT]

oXvov
Tpo"jxf)";.
"

Xii/co?
irpvyiia'a'!.

trpayqv

"

xal

we

iravv

Kal

T\vp

ovk

TrdpTei

iXdwv

Xe'^dfjvaiTriBavwrepov.

fjXdov. firj"ydp ovk

Trpay-

avXrj"; TrpofjXOevovSetV,

alcrLoi,";
opviaiv

OVK

6pvide"i

mare

KaToiKiBi,o"s opvi";, dXXd

ov

irvplirapafievovTefi

dXX

to

dtroKTivvvi

ai3Tou? Kal

fivpLa 'e(T')(e
a-vXXeycov

fiara

Kal

eKade^ero

Trjv XXoTyv fiepiiivwv.


Kal iXij"j)67]"7av
iKavoL

rJKOv iToXKol

fjLev Kal

airoaeura-

^pcy)(pv";
earrja-e

Kal
i-jrijXeiyjfe'

fj,aKpai";

BeKa'

vBcop Kal ^kvOikt;

Kal

re

Kai

irapea'xev'

avra

Ka/iarov
irvp

i^ov

irXiov

ov

rjv

irrjpav

rrjv

irpb^rrjv avXrjv kp'^eratKav

Apofio) ovv

aXKo

oaov

6 ^d^vi"; 6/i7r\7;'"ra?
Oijpa^ i^cop/iTjarev
fiev
KOfii^asvSe 6? ttkttiv
ftefieXircofievcov,
o^yfrrifiarcov

^po'xpv'i. TO

Koyjri')^o";

fiev

koI
"\jrape"i

TtSv

TovTmv

Trrepov.

yeifiepivmv

rwv

"jroXv";
opvLOtiivdtropia rij? efo) Tpo"f)rj";-

iroXXr)

III

[BOOK

ncXaivd/ieyos ^brpw

mentioned
Kdi|/ixo$,

/jue

^/u/ieiro.

frequently

in

Aristoph. along with icixXat,^Sttm


as
being favourite delicacies,
from
mistletoe
1""v, prepared
berries
6.

also

and

oak

airoKTivvvs,
in Plato.

gum.
this

form

appears

DAPHNIS

5,6]

of

great clusters

in

arms

hovered

birds

of

other

snaring
and

springes
still frozen

snow

and

winter

task

in

search

So

his

farm
force

torrents,

with

with

him
mile

path through

will break

the

on

but

was

of

daws

wallet

suspicion took

to

flocks

and

ringdoves,

filled

Lamon's

and

fire

bar, through

the

lull

to

love

but

of grapes

Daphnis

hard

was

113

berry-feeding birds.

birdlime.

yet it

away,

bunches
it in

game

honey-cakes

sweet

CHLOE

clouds, thrushes,

in

numberless

plea

like

round

food, blackbirds
and

AND

through

way

through

even

the

every

Scythian

snows.

6.

Well,

at

off the

shaking

he

run

he

snow,

long fowling-rods with


thick

and

them

up

still

no

hearth

behind

and

cursed

despaired
his

searched

get

out

for

kindle

wallet

ryji ywaiKos
diro

XoviUftj^.

(TToSCov,

'

L.

two

'

Have

ask

hundred

'

I want

preposition
2

no

for

for

'

away

'

you

to

I.

"

reason

the
see

L.

or

Daphnis

pushing

came

Arist.
irvpl iropo|4^vovT"s,
Sii\K(mi
dXXa
J'ax
irpbs irvp
1131
dvSpiov eraipiiiv0fXwj', iKK^as
fier
3,v 5 5o"'ATOTO...KdcTuJi' li/Xux aTT
Hiv tc
(jyrfyov
Tovpe^ivdov
BpaKliav
Kvv"v,
i/ivvpeiaii',
x"'/"' '''?''Qpv^Trav

last

lingered

for

plan

is full of food.'

TM

all

summoned

good
'I

man

luck, but

some

fire.'
?'

At

pick

enough

no

and

doors.

evil

work

one

came

to

even

was

his

birds,

birds

house,

fowl,

some

our

stone's throw

? your

What

the

closed
his

think

mind

his

lightto

within
'

to

courage

all

outside

for

The

trapped:

them

pluck

then

smeared

watch

to

of Chloe.

barn-door

even

sat

were

many

appeared

not

the

and

kill and

and
one

woman,

by

fast

and

snares

and

lime

thoughts

filled with

his heart

his

set

Dryas' farm,

to

came

up
and

in

to

came

neighbours
some

loaves.'
wine.'

some

position
and

S.

of

the

diri, A.

fin.

\9is
irpifTiv

Kol
re

day

or

two

ago.

the

irpipT)V, in full /i^P' ov


koX x^^'j'i" only yester-

day before, i.e.

day

yards
8

or

THE

114

iBieoKe.

Toil?

koI

ttov

tu

o5v

OF

\vkov

tou

ix^V

6pvi6a"!.Tt

aaaOai

STORY

0ov\o/j,ai. trarpl Be

diravTcov

IBelv.'

TTjv

avviroTnov.

eVet
O'yjro/iai,

rjpot;

koI

Tt?

firj eifiapro,

"EjOWTO?,rdBe

dpa

tov-

XXorjv Be

^et/ioSi'o?
/le

KaL, wcnrep

"

ovBev

triyav

eotKe,

rav-

OrjpadevTa

ra

olKTevpavTOi

avTOv

rylverai,.

Tpdire^av el^ov ol dfufu tov

7.

aW'

xal
Biavor)0e\";

Sij Ttva

dirtevai
trvXKajSoiv "pfi7)T0
Tov

jj/qTpX
irapdepov tovto

a-Lmirr]'

w?

10i,6rivOea-

a/irei;

a/ieivov

roiavra

Orjpdaiovd"f"iic6/irj

"

d7)pd"Ta"s
ovk

ofioXoyei; iTTaieov Brj iravTa')(pv


Tmv

III

[BOOK

Apvavra-

Birj-

"Xpea

pelro, dproi iraperiOevTO,Kparrjp i/cipvaro. et? Bij kvcop


Twv
irpo^arevTiKwv d/ieKeiav t^vKa^a's,Kpea"; dpirdcra';,
Bid

ei^vye

6 Apva^
d\"yij(Ta";

Bvpwv.

iBLmKe
fiolpa)^vXov dpTraadfievo'i
Be KoX

BiooKwv

Kara

dvaTeOeifievovein,
Be

^oi]crav, ~Kaipe,w

KaTeppvrja-av,

yrjv

Trpoariyopevcrdv
aiiroh

8i]...,the passage
as
is hopeless.
stands
One
more
probable emendation
genious than
imiav

is

Sii;

wraXpw

so

quiet

it and

the

that

shall

they

MS.

will

out.'

come

oldest

'

has

it is

of

mistake

words

were

added

to

left

the

out

margin

copyist
and
of

were

the

these
later
arche-

opdol
olovei

tovto

eyeveTO.

type of

our

thus

have

still

misplaced

reads

therefore

0^0/uii,

the

in

MSS.

and

a/ieu'oi'

(rvWa-

koX

dXKijXov;

KapTeprjaavTS';

inaiwv

5jj

fieya

KaTe^iKei

IBovTe^

;i"7)Tpi
vapBivov
oiSiv roiruv

fiiipwp/iriTo awiivai {with dXX' oiSiv


omitted) suggests that
...Siavoriffcls

by

ovv

following

auair^ t6, BtipaOima

iravTaxov

in-

certainlyhear

Seller

which

sneeze

it

Aa"f"vcv

airotro^eiv

Kai

KaTe(f)iXr]aav'icai

fji-rjTreaelv

tov

kvo)v.

eireKddeTO,

Be

fieivai

Kal

Te

epeta-fia

dypav

fiev

eKeivov

rjv

tov

opa

avTiKa

kvvo^

Xa^6fievo"i. fiiKpov

rjyev earn
Trjv

yevof^evo^

iral,'irepietrXeKeTO koI

'

eh

Koi

fiev

yap

t')(yo^
wawep

(cwt

difiovfttjv

tow

Kpem";

eyvtoKOTa.

kittov

tov

{koI

been
in
:

tovto

our

place
wrong
transmitted
He

MSS.

tIs

varpl
6no\oyei;

atravruv

di

Kal

dX\'

iviTairrmi.

XXAijk Sk
apa
(717a;'.
iirel firi etpMpro, "J)s

ijpos
?oiKe,

x^''''^''^'
A"
Sij

nva

raxov,

Ideiv.
ToiaSra
toiJttji'
Kal
irralav
diavor)8eU
iroc-

criunr^ra

6ripa6ivTaavWapim
His whole
explanaingenious and probable.

awtivai.

wpfirp-o
tion is both

DAPHNIS

6,7]
'

Why,

wolf
to

snare

is

and

in the

take

to

and
7.

for

chance,

ready
At

It

he

welcome
the

but

tongue

my

seems

Love

fated

for

thus

he

pity

on

had

where

lavished

he

forgot his

meat

embraced
And

sank

the

greetings

and

the

the

to

ground,

share

and
in

he

its

reached

his

spoils

start

for

home.

and

shouted

out

drew

him

and

saw

but

and

with

him

lovers

meat

out

chase

dog

kissed

and

when
to

in the

prepared
and

of

dashed

Daphnis

saw

meat

winebowls

Dryas'

and

scent, and

on

the

slice

be

to

cudgel

the

sheepdogs watching

goodly

meal

board,

of the

happened

now

house.

the

on

up

and

and

they nearly

another

one

heart

taking

kisses, supported in each

they
other's

arms.

olKTctpavTos Tov
Ii4\u,
7.

2.

c.

"GpuTos,

^ay vvKTepiri]v

Tos

di

on

9 ^s

2g

(ToPeTv.

rpdire-

rjiTpiiril'ov.

airo"rop^v,a slang word,


c.

See

6.

Tpciir"JovcIxoV'c.

oflf.' Cf.

'

pleas

my

musing

their

at

one

seized

shouldered

once

to

when

hound

lay

snapped

arbour

ivy

the

of

hold
it

as

Chloe.'

parents

one

And

go,

were

loaves

he

rage
like

tracks

and

household

out-doors.

his

Chloe,

came

them,

see

maiden's

to

winter."

birds

to

Not

'

snared

'I want

better

see

the

in

ready mixed,

sprang

be

have

the

to

'

.'

'A

intervened.

Dryas'

its

in

it will

his

carved, the

stood

again.?'

wine.'

new

its tracks

are

Well, if you

I shall

her

see

where

make

115

made

you

stumbling-block.

spring

to

turned

is

'

to

suspicious:

not

But

'

CHLOE

ago

home

go

too

but

was

me.'

confession

Silence

him

two

or

birds.'

now

nice

me

day

some

not

chasing

was

why
'

only

AND

"ro|8ei,
4.

u.

'

to

|iiKpov,

as

in

c.

Cf. 3. c.
del, Self.
IdSvres, i.e. Daphnis
cf.

be

6 ^AXok-

'

23

KaTcppin](rav,
Trepnr\aKeh ry XX63
Kariireae.
/i'/iiras

30
and

almost,'

sc.

/iixpoOdeiv.
Chloe.

2.

c.

Kal

30

Kal

\eiTo6v-

THE

ii6

Se
Tuj^ft)!'

8.

X\6"7?

Kal

Tpcnre^av

rov

twv

ical

(piKi]/j,aro^
iirl rrjv

eKaOecrdr}TrXtjaiov koX

Trupo?
w/jliov

III

[BOOK

OF

"^d(jivt"s
Trap' eXTriSa?

re

diro

STORY

"f)dTra"s
dire^opTiaaTO

ra?

Kai

KOi^lypv^' KoX BirjyecTOttcS? aaj^dXXcov Trpo? rrjv


xa
olKovpLavwpfi7)(re Trpos aypav, Kal ottws
/iei/ ^poxoif

Tov"i

rd

avrwv,

01

fieva.

8e

Xd^oi
jfoi)

Se

iTryvovv to

fj 'xatpovaa
a\Xou9'

eaKi]irTeTO

dirhriev, eW^

koI

roir?

efieWev

Trplv TrpocreveyKetv

fievroi

tjj?

wv

/lera

iXOwv

6 Be Kalroi

Btd

eavrm

Trapexo"v

eirive

o/mco^

eSwKev.

ovrcoii

Ad^viSi

SioTi
opyLi^eaOai,

IBmv.

ovk
diroTpe')(eiv

iffdieiv

Be ttj XXoj; irtelv eyx^eai.

dSpe^ekoX

yap

yXtXo-

kittov

tov

ixiXevov

ivepybvkoI

dWoK

Te

tok

koX

fivprwv

iKeXevov

KareKiirev.

KV(ov

twv

Biifrmv^paBem'i

^paBvTrjTO"; fiaKpoTepav

7]Bovriv.
Kal

fJiivBt) rpdire^a raxew;

'H

9.

iirvvddvovTO
Adfia"vo"!

yqpoTpo^ov

evBaifiovt^ovavTOVi
Kal

evTV)(riaavTa"i.
Be

ote

Aiovva-ov

tov

KaTel^ov

opvLOwv,Kal

6evTa"i Be t"v

towtou?

ijvTpeTri^ov.BevTepc! KpaTrjp
d(rxdXX"v,

8.

Trssic
TO

riv

form

for

dir^irifv, Mr

Homeric

Attic

IvcpYov, i.e. his


eKiepyoy, which

gested, does

useful

Smith

has
a

activity.
been

sagbirdsnarer.

quotes

et

libaverit

quemcumque

cibum

ilia,tu pete, dumque

very

575
labellis

manus.

9-

petes,

ex

ovv

Orjpa-

tov?

Tpdire^av vvKrepivrjv

sit tibi tacta

BevTepov

Trvp

so too /uaicapffeii'.
eu8oi|iovijov,

yripo^oirKisis

rpi^osin
found

in

than

commoner

Classical

x^^po-y^^is,

i.

puella,
digitis

e?

^Bero

v"j) ijBovfji

Kal

TroXXa

tov

6va-ovTe";

ta?

avTiKa

Kal

are

Kal
tolovtov

Beiv

XaTaTO

do-xoXiw.

suit

not

and

Ar.
Am.
appropriately Ovid
illius
fac primus rapias
tacta
bibit parte
pocula, quaque

bibas,

avTOV,

irpoaeKiivrjaev.

irpoeKOfii^e
/leXLTco/iaTa

7r"7/)a9

aprmv

toI"s i"7raivoi";fiev

iiriovcTTi^^//.epav,fiiKpov

TTJ?

eKeivov"i dvTl
TTJ?

Kal

aKpooa/jLevT)'}-

Atovvao)

icevrj

KaOrjfievoiBe Trepl t"}? Mv/jraXi;?

Kpe"v.

X\6ij?

iyevero

Greek,

the
4.

tragedians.

c.

both

Cf.

24.

the

irpoo-tKwiio-ev,

yiipo-

but

verb

was

used

of

worshipping a god by raising the


hand
adoro.
to the lips,Latin

Kpanjp tcrroro,
iaravTo,

4.

c.

13

4.

t.

32

Itmiae

upaTTjpes

KpaTrjpa,

So

8.

it,
down

beside

and

blackbirds
life

fire he

the

the

on

indoors,

springes

his

the
drink

that

he

she

handed

bread

and

Lamon

not

fared

saying

that

and

Theocr.

day,

the

before
then

and

sip

drained

he

from

kiss-

the

that

he

another

5.

ixiyav, Horn.

53

snared
and

fire kindled.

(rracrw

//.

6.

was

so

of

Sc

528

and

another
And

Kparfipa
K/npijpa

how

their

fortune

age.

And
hear

in

having

Daphnis
him

he

that

Dionysus.

And

then

wallet

and

his

they prepared
bowl
as

of

Verg.

magnas

go

was

Aen.

statuunt.

of

nearly

them

fell the

dusk

a-Hiaaadai.,
crateras

wine

of

honour

in

enraptured

from

was

words

let

to

sacrifice

meat

Myrtale

their

refused
a

honey-cakes

had
meal

evening

he

be

to

the

of

asked

should

they

instead

of

store

old

Chloe

was

them

worshipped
his

praised

for their

prop

there

next

Dionysus

their

angry

Still

cleared

and

down

sat

finallywhen

and

game

one

on

was

his thirst

pleasure

quickly

was

and

ill-pleasedthat

praise,

drew

they

and

goodly

table

the

Then

and

such

the

be

to

her.
a

to

to

brim.

pressed
9.

out

wine

out

then

took

despite

with

while

it round

and

and

lengthen

to

hand

she

of

of what

share

pour

seeing

him

to

how,
birds

his

to

house

ringdoves

and

all,pretending

without

Daphnis

it to

of

the

away
bowl

the

slowly

last

sitting

ivy-berries. They

take

him

maiden

the

near

so

going

gave

did

Daphnis

came

of

point

and

for

wearying

the

caught

left, telling Chloe

gladly

and

all and

and

it

had

dog

bade

and

energy

of

how,

a-hunting

myrtle-

then

bag

told

had

the

at

his

hope

to

kiss:

and

gone

he

117

ceased

and

table

birdlime,

or

had

emptied

had

he

pecking greedily
praised

Chloe

of

sight

CHLOE
he

Daphnis, though

his

won

the

AND

DAPHNIS

8,9]

he
the
for

mixed
food

i.

was

724

koX

aveKaero.

/J^aXa

ra^v

OF

STORY

THE

Ii8

Trefijsiv""f"opovvro,
fieO'fjv ra
atravTe^

^opeiot

avpa

^lovvcru)

Be
ra
fivOaiX.oyijcravTe'i,

/lev

^fiepa,Kpvo";

'fls Se iyevero

10.

rpa-

iywpovv.

virvov

ei?

Sevrepa^

yevofievrj?

vvkto^

III

[BOOK

vnreKae

ol Be

iravra.

koX

eviavaiov,

Kpiov

fiev

6vov"ri

ava"TTavTe"s

dvaicavcravTe";

irvp

oSi' Nctttj?

irapeaKevd^ovTO Tpo^rjv. t^?

e^aiaiov kuv

tjv

reS

fieya

dpro-iroiovaTji;

ApvavToi} Tov Kpiov e'yjrovro^,


tr^oX'^?o Aat^vt? Kat
Kai,
t^s avK!}(s Xva 6 /ctTTo?"
rj XXoTj Xa^ofievoi -TrporjXOov
TToXiv
idijptov
^poyovs a-Tr]"ravTei xal l^ov eiraXel/'^avTe^
Koi

Tov

'7r\r}do";
ovK

Kal
(rui/e^j)?

O7rd\auo"t9

fiXdov, XXoT).'
affXlov;

OlBa,

'

'

"

'

ovT(0(}

koX

XX017, Oepfi6"s,
")?

yevoLTO,
'

av

Kaddirep i^x^" naXovvrwv


elaeBpafiov iroXii
^ovTe"i' Kal

is

rpairi^i,

need

no

to

Ssvripai
is equivalent
rather
meal

and

the

to

7-8
begiiming
c.

their
i.e. food

there

this

of

that

It

it

should

referring to

as

of

secundae,

mensae

which

of,

iill

meaning

suppose

dessert.

taken

be

in

to

or

Ov

'

Taicy.

tjXio";. 'Et

yap

"

irvp

rrjv

"

ravrtj^

irpo

fid Ta?

terminates

chapter,

the
at

and

tov

icapBlav

aiyaf,

a?

Ad^viv

rj

XXot;

irepl Trjv ^dirrfv,

t"v

avTov";

Trj";%^t?7? Orfpav icofii-

nrepi/TTOTepav

the

press

here

i.e. sweets

fie.'

Aiovvaqt KpaTfjpo";rfadiov

aTrap^dfievoitw

IvoJHipovVTO,took
enjoyed,

koIov

et?

irore

rj 'x^uov

dvTKJytovijaaaa7rpo9

ToiavTa

11.

to

tovi

Mefivrjco

wjioaa

fir}eya"

ere

ofivveiv.'

eiceXeve^

fie

BeBoiKa

@dppet, Ad"l)Vf 9epfi6";eanv

efirjv.' Ilai^^t? diraTWv

rrjv

os

'

yeva/nai,

Nv/x^a9,

ras

TToXX^ iari, XXotj,

raK".'

croi

ovv

Aia

'

aTroXXiKo

"7e

rj^op^v evdv"{,av

et?

avrpov,

^iXtj/kitcov

'

K0'"^i'xpv";'Tt

TO

'AWa

Ata

'

'

'

koI

avTOK

ofiiXiarepirvi].

Xoyeov

Ad"f)Vi.'

/jLOV.' M.vr]fjLovev(o,
vrj
eKelvo

Be

opvideov, ^v

oKi/yov

the second
meaning that this was
meal
enjoyed by Daphnis in Dryas'
is again the meaning
house.
This
of Sfirepos with upa-rqp
(referringto
8
and
of
de"repop with irOp,
fin.)
c.
the
fire for preparing the evening
as

meal.
10.

Xen.

l^aCo-iov,so
Oec.

5.

18.

with

o/ippoi,

THE

I20

KiTT^

STORY

rbv

KaX ev(iaavre";
iaic')(aaavre';
aavre'i

avTov

Trjv

Koi

firj \eiirr}. 6

KlTTO';

XXot;?, 'iva

irporepov;

Kal

drjpdaovT"i aX\a"s,

Be

aX\a";

av

fievrj
')(ei,fia"v

^iKrjaa"i avTOVt

airriei

6Bov";

^\6ev

aWats

eir

yeveadai

avTol";

Kai

iSHvpraXriko/jli-

fielvr).

Kadapov
eKeivqf;"f"[Xr]u.a

to

TroWa?

firj iravrajraaiv

mare

Be

ear

Be

eScoxav

apToav.

rdi; Ki-xXa? Ad/iotvikoI

avTol

^eiv, 0)9

KaX

Kai,po"; rjv,

Ad"j"vivTrXrj-

"jrpoe'Tre/jLTrov

xpe"v

irrfpav

(j"drTa'i
/cat

ra?

ivel

Ke"f)aXa(!iare^avtafievoi. koX

TO?

III

[BOOK

OF

Teyyaii;'

dve')(6ifiS"va

top

paaTov.

"HSi? Be

12.

dp'xpfievovkoI

ripo";

"79??,

o"

evdi/^

"iroifievi.

eirl

Ti.dva

tov

Kal

rjv Ka0i^ovTe"i
Bpvv, v(f"'

Kal

OeKovTe";

deov";'

tou?

to,

Be

dpTi

^A,to? BepfiaLvcov
e^rj'yev'oyttoj?

Kal
vdpKi"T(70"s

UXoT]

rj /lev

ydXa

avayaX\l";

Kal

veov

Kal

to

c.
Kopvu^oipbpov,
Dionysus,
it
but
wore
partly
26,
perhaps they
the
of the
shelter
in gratitude for
and
the
attraction
its
ivy bower
see

berries

had

dative
2.

c.

see

the

birds.

irlrvas

For

the

mystic

eidtravTft.

Bacchanalian

evpedrjKal

"Iukxos,
Dionysus : so

name

of

eioT, eiat

were

revellers.

as
irpo4irc|xirov,
3.

c.

31

la

Kal

7rpa"TO(f"oprjfiaTa

rjpo(!

Kal

dirb oiwv

rivwv

dydXp,aTa

KaTe-

ju^XP'nv6s.
intransit.
\iECirg,
irSo-a

c.

1^ y?

ajtcwijs
fiv,

iiravOoucnis, an
to

desit.

!"
y"'H'V""v|'^*^^"

12.

describe

the

the

iirl)v6a, 4.

26.

oKXt)-

Kai

evefiop

ttju

Tpe"f)a)vkoi
^e(f"vpo';

Be

e"rrf"l)avu/i4vr],
through

taKX'^o'avTES,shouting
the

iirl

to

dv6rj aTeipavuxrai

Kal

oaa

-i.

for

irpo

Kal

eiTa

ititw,

ttjv

crT"^avovvTe"; tu
sacred

was

Kai

vop/nv

Nu/i^a?

ra?

diro aly"v
Ad"f)vi"!

tovto

KiTT^, ivy

11.

Kal

et?

dyeka'i

ra?

KaTe"^i\ovv. dve^'^TTja-dv
re

\ow9

eirl

Bp6fio";rjv

ovv

dvTpov, evTevOev

ayeh.a'i

ra?

ola
fiei^oviBov\evovTe"i
Ad"f)vi,";,

koX

XXoi?

oiXK'av

Twv

vo/j.el'i
ry^ov

aXKoi

T6

x''"^"^

/xev

Trj";Trda? v-iravOov-

Kal

XvofievT)^, T^9 Be yrj^ yvp,vovfievr)^

xjy?

c.

admirable

young

melting

grass

word

peeping

snow.

Cf

8.

i.e. Eros.
|uCt""'i...iroi,|Uvi,

Cf.

TloifUvos
c.
^wixbv elaavro
39
4.
'Bpoiros, 2. c. 5 Eros
loq. vOv Se
Ad^tviv Toifiaivu Kal XMiiv.
dvaYoXXCs,
a
variety of pirnTrpotfTreju^e
shouts

of

DAPHNIS

11,12]
down

sat

when

the

to

it

triumphal
wallet

the

Lamon

and

could

catch

winter

bread

the

them, kissing the


her

kiss

And

he

their

winter

should

12.
the

And

snow

mantle

herdsmen

drove

in

the

the

garlands

for

sun's

warm

the
rays

yet they found

blossoms,
and

the

I3"

9^1

So

"

in

144

4.
b''!^

u.

Plin.

-i.

^""^

a very
Trp"iiTOi|"opiinaTa,

=d7rapx"^rTrpiaToyevvqfiaTo..
4.

c.

l(avlas

Kal

rare

and

stood

beneath

the

of

the

statues

wind

west

"25.

with

the

goats

the

buds

and

c.

^ttivov.

22.

For

Tiviav

Daphnis
these

some

other

and

and

sheep

avayaXKiSas i^fpepcv
7} yrj.
on
ydXtt veov, see
yakaKToi,

So

Kal
vapKiffffovs

So

twine

and
the

out

round

word
in

other

to

spring.

from

oak, and

each

blooms

coaxing

now

still

Nymphs

gave

flower

none

the

to

he

of

all the

of

slaves

narcissus,pimpernel

'^"^-

that

bared

was

beneath

gentle

milk

new

lips.

in and

again,

hastened

seat

the

the

his

pastures, but

where

for

and

left
that

so

coming

earth

the

flocks

first flowers

poured offerings of
pernel.

their

only

wreathed

Chloe

Pan

to

were

he

so

visits, so

was

the

to

they

but

the

through

upon

bloomed

Daphnis,

looked

violets

the

grass

their

gods,

pure

spring

charges

then

they

all

other

for

themselves

last of all

and

way

presents

And

Chloe

that

first

his

his

loveless.

now

lastly to

Then

kisses.

that

many

when

and

watched

they

they

the

their

and

pine, and

there

and

And

grotto

said

for

length

master.

greater

they

unstained

filled

on

as

wholly

Chloe

as

soon

him

set

thrushes

first and

melting,

was

its winter

so

others

not
at

and

them, after

they

ivy-berries lasted.

schemes
was

from

part

they pleased

remain

made

ivy chaplets. And,

and

when

as

121

Dionysus

meat

for

Myrtale,

to

of

ringdoves

long

as

and

more

with

Daphnis

honour

in

CHLOE

crowned

for

songs

with

carrying

feast

time

was

AND

add.

2.

read

THE

122

STORY

airrjp^avrokoX

(TTreKTav.

he

'

X{y)(fiai"!
Kat,

Itui'

rov

20.
Kai,

TTjv

eBmice

kuI

^ajeiv

^"Ei(t6i6vtwv Be

21.

rjv,yaXijvTi Be

Bia"T(i"(Taa6ai

rmv

Bpav el"i KafioLTcav

rrji eKeivov

T^ OaXdrrrj
rr]";

dinjp|avTo,more
fruit,wine

milk

or

usually
but

iraXd6i)S,

cake

c.

of

xatpov

eTrel

Be

iiKpa

rivl

inroBpa-

elarjXaaav,fiel^cov

koiXov

yrjv

rrjv

rSiv

ra

of meat,

with

fruit,pressed figs,olives or
like our
ara-rfipe rather
blackberry

without
irpoKO|i{(rao-a,

t^s v/ipas, 2.

Kara

dvaireirrafjievrj

ovv

p.ev

i^eirnrrev elf

(Corp. Inscr. 150. B 18).


tovItdv, the plaint of the nightfor her
murdered
ingale Philomela
aliv,
Itys. Soph. "1. 148 a 'Itw
"Itw
Eur.
frag. 773. 25
SKoipiptTai,
'Itw
ttoMipSpevofjUva 7601s 'Itw
ff.
6. 424
Sprivov. See Ov. Met.
i.e. during the winter.
(Tiwirtjs,
Kal

f/Bev

'^"f"avi^ero
r) /3orj,
p^eo/Aef?;?

Siio

20.

vavrat,

Bpci)vre";
ra?

Kaxeivoi,

rjvuKa

Be

troKiv

ttjv

elmdaai,

ovv

fiev

fipeTTOv

ical

")(pp6";,
Ofio^wvwi

depa'

^orj,aa^rj

rjKovero

ave/io";

K"XevcrTr)";vavTCKai;

/xrivoeiBi]
koi

koXttov

et?

tovto

eirparrov,

^tBi/jjset's ttoXvv

p.ovret
fiev

ravra

(jiiKovvrcov

el";
I'^dv'i
olov

avTOL"s

i^oav.
(jxovrji;

rip-nra^e,

aro/iaroi;

TrepiTTorepa

veaXeK

mBd";' ol Be XolttoL,Kaddirep

riva"i

aprov;

iperreiv iBoKei.

afieXeiav,

dve"j"epov.etg fiev

""B7ra9

Koi

Kal

t'!}"!

opvi0o";.

TfKovaiwv.

rivi

koX

rov

i/eoTTo?

TjTreiyovTO yap

eppat/jieva)^'

KaX

wifidri
trapaTrkeovcra.

rjv,

ava-

t" Ke"j)aKy

'icov KpeuTTova.

airo

avrmv

aXiiwv

rjaOiov,vav";

oiiK

eaOiovTO';

rjaOiev wairep

ouTO)?

(ov

avrov
are^avov icj"i]p/io"7ev

Tov

rat?

(na)irr]";.

fiaKpa";

t"v
e"f)C\7ja-ev,
m?

KOfiriv

vire^de-yyovTOev

TraXdOrji:fiolpav
TTpoKOfiLcracra

Tn^jOa?

KM

Be

a7)Sova";

to?

oXiyov rjKpi^ovv,Scnrep

kut

aBrj";ex

t^?

fii/j^vrio-KOfievai

III

[Book

Kadavep

avpi"yyo"!,

at
T'^v fiovariKrjvipeffi^ovre';

6?

see

OF

"vc)ios ovk

21.

"^v,cf.

i.

21

u.

ii^v oSi' dTr^irXcoK

oi

dpealq, irpo"rradve/ws yi,p oix


ffv.

XaHrwpoCcTes,
The

Greek

large
a

they

boats

sail

calm

18.

dainty

preserved

and

the

against

or

cannot

to
a

their
use

head

one

sweeps

wind,

as

tack.
^^^

both

with

still

have

lx^s"

iK,

grapes,
dam-

cheese.

son

in

or

by

considered

were

Greeks

fishmarket

was

and

the

Romans,

morning

and

DAPHNIS

21]

12, 20,

tuned

first sweet

the

they challenged
turn

and

answer

the

20.

chaplet
than

and

violets

piece

of

them

she

them

in

cake

own

so

for

they

for

market

the

in

the

chorus

the

in

sea,

open

See

sound

heard,

of

began

at

the
a

8d\dff"n)S,
Charicks,

Though
4.
highly prized, salted
fish was
popular.
very
in

dTTo

fresh

c.

21.

See

bell.

fish
and

c.

4.

34.

Excurs.
was

most

pickled

Sia"r"i"ra"r0ai.

the

dypolxuv,

vessels
West
common

lost

were

for
tis
t.

and

and
voices

riyuv.

note

13.
time

is

rose

MSS.

see

singing is
propelled by
among

on

songs

or

Indies

out

the

bay

i.

sea-

headland

the
KeXEVcrrtjs,

music

joined

sang

voices

of

and

emendation

position

is

as

sang

boatswain's

rivi,

fish alive

lighter they

curving

For

calm

And

they

under

the

the

which

hour

by ringing

of

notes

gourmands

stated

Becker's

Sc.

as

the

quite

rowed

while

in

still

pulling stoutly,

seem

as

put

boat

was

table.

who

no

and

it

and

fishing

boatswain

Now

crescent-shaped

ate

kissed

fresh-caught

his song.

ran

bird.

and

of

louder

Tiic

on

rest

into

notified

was

the

they

tiny

and

the

was

lips

noticed

while
to

his

he

as

(though they

labour

when

rendezvous
sale

time

man's

air, but

rowed
rang

oars

the

ditty to give

like

their

the

eat, and

wallet

her

out

to

oars

rich

make

their

plying

bring

some

to

way

using

to

sweeter

wind

no

were

them

from

feasted

was

eager

were

seaman's
were

there

deemed
from

feasted) they

sailors

the

the

just

they

they

gliding past
and

mouth

silence.
with

rolls

morsels

long

Itys

head

drew

him

of

lay

Daphnis'
and

the

while

than

she

gave

snatched

And

more

then

and

her

21.

to

and

locks

his

in

notes

the

after

dimly

in

they

sweet

sing

though

as

and

sing:

to

wreathed

kissed

pipe

out

again
back

123

the

to

warbled

came

Chloe

And

of

nightingales

learned

song

CHLOE

tones

groves

slowly

though

as

the

the

among

AND

or

still

on

all sailors.

by

tact

given
in

sweeps

in

Tuiit

fact

in
the

quite

Cf. Mtt,

'avast'; fivrTairaX,'yo heave-ho.'

THE

124

STORY

Ke\ev"Tfidra"vafffiara.

koTKois yap

Kei/ievovxai

*''

vX**^

tov

TreSip aiiXmv

t"

avrov

III

[BOOK

OF

Bexpfi-evoi;

opyavov

to?

viro-

"jrdvToov T"v

Xeyofieveav fiifiriTrjv ^eovijvdirehihov, IBia fiev

tS)v

rbv

Kcoirav

ISia
ri')(pv,

iyivero uKovfffia

'O

22.

TreBiov

fiev

elBa"";to
Ad"f"vi";

ovv

Oclttov

irp"Tov

TOTe

"19

Tr)v

Be

649

ddveTO
Kal
Kal

Ka\

nnepov

t7}";

aTre^Xene,

Be

XXotj

Ka\ovfievr)"; '^x^^''"""Te

fiev

tSiv

el xal
Ad"pviBo";,

fieKij.

tw

17

KeXevovratv,

vavTwv

vXrjv vireaTpet^e ^rjTovaa

TOV

8ia"rd"(raa'6ai

Tiva

eiretpaTO

T'^9 "Tvpiyyo";

yevoiTO

p"6vrjrfj

rfj vvfcirapaTpeypvari

irapafrXevadvTaivfjv kolv

eirel

Koi

t^9

eiravero

TrparTOfievov

erepireTo

iretpafievri

OdXaTTav
TTjv

Trj";dtro

Tjp^aro.

dcfiaTcov,609

Ttbv

koX

vavr"V

roaovrov
t^? 7J79 (jtcavr)

sk

SaXdrrrj irpoaeZx^e. xal


TO

r"v
"l"o)vr)v

ttjv

"f)6avovari"i
yap

repirvov.

6aKdTT7]"i ^tovrj^,rj

^pdSiov, ocTov

Se

ttotc

dvTv"^(ovovvTa^.

tov"}

avKmvi

iirvv-

aiyq,

iaTi

oiricrm Tr)"; UKpa's

OdXaTTa

avrd
yBov
to,
vavTai,
irapaTfKelKal dXKoi
TrdvTe"; aiwTrSxri.
'^BvKal
ye\dcra";o5v 6 Ad"j"vc"i

dWrj

vav"i

afxa

Kai
^iXrjaa'; r/Btov(filXrj/ia

fivdoXoyeiv

'irepidel';
'Sjp^aTOavT'p

icov

t"v

top

crTe^avov

jjbvOovT779 'H^oi)9,

tov

avTrj^i dWa

aiTTjaa'i,el BiBd^eie,fiiadov irap

eKekvrj

(^iXrjfiaTa

Bexa.
23.

'

ai\"iv,

acting here

Nu/i^wj/,

defile
like

an

or

narrow

organ

KopT),

alley,
pipe.

Verg. Georg. 4. 49 aut ubi


|jii|it)Ti)v,
sonant
concava
pulsu saxa
vocisque
Stat.
Theb.
offensa
resultat,
imago
litora
nauticus
sic
ponti
per
4. 805
in remis iuvenum
monstrante
magisfit sonus
contra
tro
inque vicem
percussa

reclamat

d01i)"riipup^v
22.

irrepov,

Koi
a

terra

/u/ieirai

bird,

Kirrotpiyov irrepiv, Horn.

as

of.

v,.

23

vivra.
in

Od.

woXv

MeTuai,

yevo";,

tQv

vies

("Ke?ai

ei

ws

Sia(ru(ra"rflai,
as
chapter,
kcXcvovtoiv, is

'giving

the

in Athen.

Bk

description of
tator

c.

dictet

7.

36

sonitum

in the

used

absolutely,
the

5350.

the

foregoing

duties

iteXei/o-T^s
We
of

have
the

hor-

in Sil. Ital. 6.

margine
nautarum

irrepbvriir6ri/ia.

time,' of
12.

ApvdBe";

stat
360 mediae
alternos
voce
puppis, qui

ictus, et remis
temperet
sonitum, pariterque relatis ad

plaudat

resonantia

caerula

clear

and

plain

again

echoes

of the

oars

echo

rang

first from

that

out

sweetly

the

all

ship

when

in

the

with

Daphnis

her

wreathed
the

legend

the

price
'

23.

Echo,

his

remis

14.

answering

was

whether

and

another

the

the

at

and

violet

passed

cape

sailors

maid,

3.

are

modum

618

hortator

animorum

the

chanting

still sweeter

for

same

And
kiss

began

crown

and

moment.

same

to

kisses

ten

Cf.

4.

t.

fyAa...
25 rfib

the

MeXCai, a race
the ground
the

of

Nymphs

from
of

c.

then

and

songs

as

he

tell her
as

more,

tale.

on
see
"y"Xdo-os...inSiS,
1.

where

sea

Daphnis

Epopeus.
OKoKhv,

now

asked

bargaining

dear

Many,

Met.

tonsis, Ov.
dabat

of

of

in

head

until

she

smile

sweet

as

had

other

ceasing again

as

vessel

behind

with

swift
them

use

the

who

more

watching

never

cheery

rose

the

sped past
to

the

voices

was

first at

see

splash

the

glen
sea

passing

their
to

and

out

And

began

had

gazed

wood

And

and

and

the

another

was

songs

voce

echo

the

the

ballads

Chloe

from

send

to

sailors.

it

as

the

But

chanting

quiet
was

catch

pipe.

were

songs.

there

well

ship

towards

was

sounds

the

sailors

their

the

down

now

as

later

with

his

the
for

echo

so-called

turned

indeed

the

to

only

of

knew

for
a

voices

Daphnis
tried

led

word,

every

away.

melodies
heard

sounds

died

bird, and

the

delighted

sea

the

anon

125

deep glen

repeated

sea,

CHLOE

the

and

slowly they
the

for

received

the

22.

land

the

to

up

the

AND

DAPHNIS

21"23]

of
on

mutilated

ash

and

nymphs

sprung
the blood

which

Uranus

fell.

The

implies ash-Nymphs
[/teWo,
ash-tree:
cf. ApvdBts, oak-Nymphs,
and
delives
ApuiSpvddes, whose
life
of
oak-tree
the
the
pended on
name

'

...^ley^Xairoi'.
For
similarity
23.
general
throughout the chapter compare
fate of
Syrinx, 2.
the
story and
t.

34.

with

up].
McXtas

which

their

fate

was

bound

6' as
Theog. 187 'S.ijj.tpax
/caX^owr* 4t avelpoya ycuav.

Hes.

THE

126

'

EiKeioi'

Kcu

STORY

Trdaai, KoXai,

OF

fioixTiKaL

iraarai

dvydrrfp 'Hp^w yiverai,ffvrjrr)


fiev,

Tcov

KaXij Be,

firjrpb^KaXrji.

SK

TraiZeverat

Xvpav,

he

TO,

KiOdpav,

Trpo?

av6o"; aKfiaaaaa

Moutrat?

crvvf/SeVdppeva^

rrj

Trj";

KopD

Be wairep

K.vve'i

eh irdo'av

yrjv

BiaairSiaiv

rj XvKot

rd

aBovra

ert

Moi/o"(Si'

yvwfirj

Kaddirep

Tore

avTov

dvairriBa koI

BiwKei

IxyBoXoyqcravTa
aXXd

nrdw
avrd

Ta

dv0pa"-

TroXXa

elirev

t]

fieXr) Trj X'^P'''

koX eTijpj]cre rrjv fiovariKijv

irdvra,

fii/ieirai

deov"i, dvOpmirov^, opyava,


Tlava.

tov

Kara

rmv

opcov,

eoTiv

XavOaviov

Ad^viv

tov

ical piTrrovatv

rd

Kal

ot

aliroXoK.

avT7)v

fieKr).

avpiTTOvra

fiaOeiv,Tt9

TOV

Tai";

fif)tv^wv'

tol^

Kal
di^i/r)ai
"f)a"vr}v

Koprj,

17

Kai
IMfielrai,

57

irap-

crvvexopeve,

KaWov;

koI
rol"s Troifiiai

^op,ev7)
^v/Kpai'iexpvyjreirdvTa,
Kal

koI

ware

ei^evye 'irdvra";koI

tov
"j)dova)v,

fiovcriKri^

navLav ep,^aKket

Kal

Be

7r/)o?

to,

"f)ikovcra
rrjv irapOeviav. 6 Tldv opyi^erai

deow

Kol

TTov?

aBijV
Nvfi^aK

Tal";

OvrjTOV'

Nvfi^"v,

vtto

/lev

tov-

fiia"i

a-vpi^eiv,avKelv,
Trdaav

devia"i 649

Kat

irarpo':

sk

rpe^erai

Movcr"p

viro

III

[Book

ovk

epcov

dKov"ra"i

TV)(elv aW'

(f"i\T]fiaTa,

fiovov

KaTe"f)iXr}(rev
r} XXd?;*

'H;;^(b,
Kaddirep

Be

Taura
fiadrjTrj';'

Bexa

oil

drjpLa'

fiiKpov

fjLifSev

oti

fiapTvpova'a,

Kal

yap

ii^ev(7aTo.

"EXaoi, or"E\"ai
(?Xos),marshcf.
meadow-nymphs,
Xet/uwvidSes,
Soph. Fhil. 1454.
KoXii Si, tK )iT|Tpos KoXijs,this
description recalls Hor. Od. i. 16. i
matre
pulchra filia pulchrior.
o
cf.
oEppevas Si "if"e\ryc,
aiii

wnrcp
torn

was

hounds

1.

c.

34

Si^auBai.
lijyt)
ipaa-riji'
Kvvcs,
to

when

almost

as

pieces by
changed by

article,

the

membra
ft-i
tum

vice

disiecta,
fSovra, cf. Verg.
quoque
revulsum

the

Actaeon
his

own

fUXri
4.

caput

medio
gurgite cum
Oeagrius Hebrus
volveret,
Eurydicen vox ipsa et iiigida lingua
ah ! miseram
anima
Eurydicen
fugiente vocabat.
good will of.
Y'"'!''!)!^7 ^^
r"v
Ad"|"viv "t"iXi)|iaTa Kare'

unusual

525
cer-

portans

Artemis

"

carmina.

Georg.

marmorea

for this
i)iCX.T|"fev,
note
""fyv,

ri

not

'

into

a
stag.
els irdo-av

of

absence

4.

c.

rbv

double

ESSpofwv

accus.

cf.

iSe^iovvro

128

THE

24.

%epfiorepov

rfKiov, ola

rov

STORY

6 fiev

Bepeioi.

^po"; iravofievov,

avToi";

iyivovro

ev
ev^'^^ero

yap

6 fiev

iKovero'

"Trrj'yaiv

Trirvi,"^ 8e rjBe rat?

BivBpa

ecreiov,

'El'

25.

^pvavra

Tov

koI

nrpo'i

rj Taj^a

Koprjv,
Tiva

Twv

tSift)
awTot?

rroipMivovaav

Be

avrd

p^v edeXyero

TTOTe

w?

Kal
ov

irpo

yvrjalm

ev

for
i.
Compare
23
in
the
similarity
description of
of
and
beginning
summer
bathing.
irpds Tiis wCtvs, see
on

rlrvaiv,

t.

i.

c.

in
i.KpiSoOiiKftv
25.

Compare

rm

note
1.

cf.
on

1.

19

i.

c.

diroKpiaiv

rrjv

Be

Apvat
rj

Kara

irore

Kal

eirl

'

fin.

the

/lifKoy(purm^

10

c.

33

ijpaToS'

10

oi

xtKlvvots

d\X'

did

show

not

oXiya

.'
by the giftof
i(pv\iTT"To to (toXiii

of

AvBeplKov^.

a.

throughout.

frenzy.

iroifiim, Theocr.
^loXols oiSi

11.

p6S"f oidi

dpSaU ftavtais, i.e. he


his love
by sending

presents of fruit
lock

etXKe

won
(iijXois,

Cf.

rais

Kal

direKepBaivevovk

the

Be

{eyeyovei

avroiii;
fieydXco";

evpoi,

rew"s

the

23.

iSiipuv dxpCSas,

vaiBim

Tivot). 6

nroKKov

dXtjOivoiiiyovea"!

24.

Xa^ovTa";

TroXXa

avrovf

eiceivTjv

"jrap6evo";
p.vrjar^ptov
yetopywv

rj

Kal
')(p6vov,

eK

rrfKiKavTrjv

vifiovaraavBpa iroirjo-eTal

dvefidXXero
evBaipova's Orjcrei,
"X^povov

ixBiBovai

eKdarov)
Bwpa o}vop,d^ero"Trap'

Kpeirrcovearlv
tou?

ovv

r) p.ev

Xeyop^voi"i'(jieL^ovayap

rot?

Koprjv

tt)?, el' irore

irXeov
"7rp6";

oiKOi

olKia"; ical

iraiBiov

appev

/leydXa.

p,iv

ol

p,^\oi";^ poBoi';'dX.X'

eVt

iroi/jbevcov

kol

avTijv

avve^ovXevev

eTraipo/J-evrj

/jLiicpov vcrepov

^vkdrreiv

ra?

irpo^

iroWa-x^odev i^oiratv irapa

Be iirTjyyeWovTO

Beviroivav
"Troirja-ai

re

Tal"i

ev

irXfjdo'irjv

p,vr)aTrjpmv

alrovvTe'i

X.Xorjv, /ir)BeKare'^eiv

rr/v

Be
troTap.ol';,
r)

rot?

Kal

iroWol

ekiriaiv

Nd-TTTj Tat?

rep^lrei^Kai

avOrf a-vveXeyov,
"fj'^^ovvTa'i,

rmBe

yafiov

ol
Bcopov e(f"epov,

Tt

icaival

depovs

^adiov.

depei

irepX Tr/v UXorjv

Be

rov

ia-vpi^ev a/iiKXmp.evo^

reTTtya?

OTrmpat
Tfio

rfciyvofievov

ar]B6cnv epi^ovaa. idrjpmv aKpiBa";

eKafjL^avov

XoKovi,

e/eda-rriv
r)fiepav

/lev

rov

iraXiv
dpj(oij,evov,

naff

he

III

[BOOK

OF

his hair

or

flowers
but

or

even

by dovpnright

"vSpa iroi-^a-eralnva,

cf.

24,25]
24.
drew

And

they began
past

Chloe

bathed

their

the

in

murmuring

locust

they picked bright


down

from
25.

her

trees

and

During

this

summer

by

hand

hopes

rose

in

marriage

of

her

presents

high

and

and

not

she

to

win

her

Rather

Dryas

make

own

and

as

son,

presents
wooer

every

rank

maiden's

if he

hoping

enrich
from

and

himself

day

day

to

Nape

and

in

31

Sibpois.
iavo|ui{CTO,
1

c.

19

TO

maids

6voiiaa9ivTa

wooed

and

damsel
maiden

the

among
fruit
in

or

roses.

hold
house-

some

for their

presents

her

choicer

plans

than

offered

were

win

Nape's

the

sometimes

gifts far

fruit

to

wooer

the

And

the

him

by

hesitated, reflectingthat

for

'^aovrai

suitors

longer

goodwife

the

ploughmen-suitors'

her

her

the

keep

above

dvrip kbj, yw'/i. So in


Theocr.
27. (Incert.7.)63 rapBivos
d'
oXkov
els
IkAo
piprixa, ywi)
i^ipiru.
'^^^ '" '"" ^9 9e\xfieU Toh
I8AY*'*'"'"
c.

the

for

found

any

anon

the

give

to

gifts of

by

and

he

far

ever

and

numbers

him

find

shrilling

flavour.

promises,

home

at

shepherd

was

the

sweet

of

in

pressed

babe.

sometimes

the

and

challenges

shook

swarm

great

shared

playful rivalry
her

or

Dryas

her

Dryas,

other

to

heart

born

newly

in

and

streams

they caught

soon

due, take

tempted

almost

so

his

the

sang

enjoyed

keep

shepherds
let

she

blossoms

or

would

who

age

in

piped

and

visited

they

; he

flower

summer

had

they

chirping grasshopper

the

and

Chloe

that

swam

Sometimes

the

trapped

or

pleasures

pines

and

fiercelyday by day

more

pools

129

ending

was

Daphnis

summer.

nightingales.

the

to

CHLOE

spring

glowed

sun

again

in the

the

that

now

the

on

with

AND

DAPHNIS

true

life,he
meantime

she

parents
put

off" his

reaped

would
answer

goodly

Horn.
//. 9. 515
iraprp~l)"raTO,
8'
Tcb
p/"i Swpa ipipoi.,
jMv
yap

Swpa
el

oirurS'

ivo/idj^oi.

|"YoX"i)ScvSa{|U"vasflrjcra,
c.
Tois

ebpCiv
xal
iXtvdipovs O'/iffei
Si

airrois

na^bi/wv.

olxeLovs

SctrjriTOS

26
Kai

iypQy

THE

I30

hmpa,

STORY

OF

iTTiTroXii Xvireiv

Ad"j"vivekdvdavev

eKiirdpeiKoi

Toii';fivijcrTevofievovi;,
o"?

NaTTT) ffirevSovaa

7)

Apva"!,dW'

direitraTo
26.

rbv

el";rov

tovtok;

Ad^vit

elra

voifieva,

ToiovTov

ivevoei

irarepa

rov

OVK

XeTTTijvelpyd^ero.

fiovov

aweSoKei.

XXoy

oju.o"9

Se

Adficovi fiev

rm

elireiv,rfj M.vpTdXrj Be Oapprjcra^Kal


Koi

ireplTov

Be
aK\7)pS)";

k6vto";

Kal

Kal

avToiif evpa"v

SecTTTora?

TL

TeXew;

26.

in

good

p^rd

ifiijvvae

epcora
rj

he

Adfiwvi

rw

'

olKeiov; Kal iXev6epov";Oijaei,

Attic.

iroi|Uva,i.e.

Ad^vK
t^9

avTw

ITevj/Te? eafiev,

cf.
irpds t"v Yii|iav,

roiouTov

"jroip.evwv

yvaipLarfiaaiv
eirayyeXKofieva

a^^eA,7^^o"a?

J. c. 4 (TSAvi))7d/iou luntiMveiovaa.
Cf. c. 31 ffTTeiiSw TOV
yd.fiov.
the middle
form is not
aircMraro,
used

rov

rfj

eKelvov rrjv evrev^iv evey-

davaTwhe"s, aXXa^

alTia"s din]yyeXXe.

"nrcv8ovira

tou?

iXiriSa

iroXfir/frev

hid
dypwv p,ei^6va)v,
r] Mi/jOTaXi;

^o^ovfjuivr),
fir)
ToXfirjaei

rot?

irdpar-

Tr)v

el iraihl Ovydrpiov
Xoi,Boprja-avTo";,

irpo^eveifieydXTjV ev
TV')(r)v, o?

avrbv

fivaaOai, Kal

yd/jbovX6yov"i irpoariveyKev

eKoivwaaro.

vvKTtop

ireLaeiv

ripLOfiei

ovSev

ovv

X.X6r}";,

koX

avrov

iSoKei

iSd-

koI

avrov

ev

tovto

ovk

irpo^ara fierd

eQdppei

aXkmv.

irXova-i.o'i-

("?

vefiova-T]^

fivtafievcav

riXiri^etwv

Ad/jLwv

rjv

tS"v

Xoyovi

tow?

yiverai

to

koi

dveveyKwv
eva

koc

TToXii KpaTTjcreiv

T"V

dXXd

aiiTo";fiovog,

ovk

koi

"

dva^effXTjrai,

diroQavetcrdai,fjuriKerL
Ka9rip.evo";,

Xeymv

Se

Siriyeirai

yd/iov eXeyev,

rpvyTjTov
o

rov

fiaXKov

avrm

trXoxxnoi,

koi

Trpo?

to?

EK"f"pa"veiri

Kpvae

KoX

TroWot

to?

III

w?

eKmreiTO

Trdvra

fiavOdveov,fj efieXke fiaOmv,

/jlt)

deXovcra'

ov

Koi
"rrvvBavofievo';

eveKeno

Sifjye koX

irdvv

StjfiaQovaa \vTri)pw^

T] fiev

[Book

after

ydfwv

dvTi,pptj"re(o"
BeofteOa

protector.

intransit.

'=^auToO

epmra

tov

iral, Kal

losing such

dvcveyKuv,

tov

'

after

re-

covering
yev6/ievoSfhaving
himself,
regained control over
wpo^cvei, introduce, recommend
:
of matchmakers,
so
rpoicy^pM^

26]

25,

DAPHNIS

harvest

of

maiden,

yet

him

pain

certainty

the

wealth

of

number

the

bathed

both

he

them

put

would

longer

tended.

At

would

persuade

her

himself
them

all.

was

But

he

with

about

words

his
he

but

Lamon,

all to

He

about

spoke

and

the

boy

whose

tokens

and

who

would

make

farm

should
in

the

fatal

of

daring

act

refusal.

'

We

are

Nub.

Ss

cf.

c.

^5

61

wore

listen

free
kin.

him
my

Arist.

41.

cvpuv...,

to

rois

of

count
worst

foster-sire

thread,
and

she

of

this

word
to

night
and

he

Myrtale

she

told

said

him
and

So

nobler

give

them

should

reasons

need

to

fortune
a

larger

in fear

Myrtale

love

and

it

rough

shepherd's daughter

other
son,

to

hand

love

the

despair

gave

ad

his

of

no

would

one

in

promised

poor,

trpoiivfiarpta,Scholiast

wed

to

them

wild

Daphnis

loth

was

Chloe's
tell

now

slender

he

hoped

his

him;

tale

suit, and

he

by

and

flock,

began

troubled

his

of

playmate

and

vowed

not

all,

settling

tale
his

heart

for

him

from

the

soon

and

took

regain

he

took

dared

plan

her

all

ask

to

boldly

but

and

hopes hung

it best

him.

Lamon

to

thing
his

so

thought

agreed

suitors

than

eagerness

the

at

without

and

the

vintage.

that

he

father

one

and

poor

yet

the

of

one

die

last

the

and

told

shrank

Daphnis

wailing

tears

himself

until

seized

she

the

spare

more

suitors,the

Dryas

off

frenzy
in

her

how

wedding,

Wild

lay

of

him

do,

to

to

earnestly

tortured

like

was

Daphnis

her

pressed

uncertainty

131

tidings grieved

grief from

he

fortune

and

had

26.

his

CHLOE

mournful

her

since

of

the

it and

hid

she
but

for

The

gifts.

forebodings

Nape

AND

risk

that
some

for Lamon's
a

bride

with

aKriBivom 70^^05 eSpoiiieydXtm airois


eidai/iova! d'/iirei.

THE

132

III

[Book

OF

STORY

xal TrKovaruov
ol Be ifKovaioi
ri
fiaXXov
^epov"T7f"s
vvfi"l)7}(;
wfj,(j"ia)v
Beofievoi."Idc Sij,Trela-ov XXdi^j/,f) he tov
aWelv
fi/rfhev

"rrarepa

KaKelvT)(jiiKei
ere
fioKKov

7j

27.

kuI

fiiya

avyKaOevBeiv

^ovXerai

Kol

fiep^eadai

rd

avTOvpAvcov

TO

Be
Xei,ir6fievo";

XeXey/ieva'

a-ivr}de"i
ipaa-raU

Koi

Nv/x.0a? avdi";

TO?

KadevBovTi

o^s
ev
crx/lfiacri'V,

Kal

'Tdfiov fikv /leXei t^s XXoi;?

Be

twv

eirpaTTev,

e^io'Tavrai

irpea-^VTaTT)

r)

6ew'

aXXo)

" ffeX^eiApvavra.
Bdxrofiev"^fieiv,
^rfdv/ivalav veavlaxcav,^? ttjv Xvyov al

Be

ttoXu

aiiToif

eKeye

et%e

^or)6ov";. ai Be

e/caXet

nrporepov.

exnrpe-

ovk

vevofievoK

Tot?

ev

vvKTcup

tovtov";

'TrKovaKorepov:

Be
yd/iov' Ad"f"vi,v
tov
'iraprjTrja'Bai,

TTftJ? aieTO

TrdXiv

KoXai

Tremjri

Apvavra

ekiricraaa

oviroTe

avvTedi]iTe"r6aip.v7}(TT'rjpa";
e'Xpvra

avTm

wov

7r\ovaia".'
iridrjKtp

M.vproKt} jiev

iBuKpve

Se

iravTax;

lya/ieiv.

17 rdov

17 vavf,

ffot

cral

B"pa

TTore

aiye"i

KaTe"fiayov,Vf^P^ H'^^ eKelvy fiaicpdvrrj^ 7JJS virrjve'xOri


Be, ireXayiov Tapd^avrof avefiov
vvKTo^
Tr}v
TTvevfiaTi'
elv ttjv yrjv,et?

ddXarrav,

Be

Bie^ddprjKal

fj,ev ovv

avTrj

t^? dKpa";ireTpa"s e^e^pdaOrf.

ra?

TroXXd

rpiajfiXicov
Bpa'XjKovviro

rov

bv ovBel^ ovBe
Bovoi

of

term

ai)

dXXd

abuse.

Cf.

wWiikos oSto: 6
707
yOv
KKeiyivris 6 lUKpis,
iyox^wv
Dic^enian. 7.94 tIBtjkos iywop^ipq,.

Latin,

in

^aXdvriov

Bt

2.

18

10.

1.

c.

23

oXXia

Trj'iaTjire-

irpoaeXdotv

init.

6c(p,i.e.

as

in

'Epun inSn" p.i\ei,.


" HK^ti Apvavra,
as
fleXx^eisrots Sdipois.
irfXa-yCov dv4|iov,

2.

c.

in

i.

xai

c.

the

19

winds

...

'that

she

riage

on

vvKTup.
"i.

Sat.

irapr)Ti)"r6av,
(i) passive,i.e.

good

as

Hor.
iste.

simius

27.
'

irp6(TeX0eKal

Jian.

neque

"

aTreirrvaOrjKal

Kviiaro^

BvawBei
irpoafjXOevoBoiiropo';
to

irapaTpe'x^eov.

iriSi^Kw,

So

airy

ev

"f"vKioi"i
KeKaXvfi/ievov irXTjauiv BeX(j)lvo";
vexpov,

Kelrai

Ar.

t"Sv

c.

13,

as

'

; (i) middle,
deprecated the mar-

refused

had

grounds.'
i.e.
.cifiCo-TavTai,

round
the
in

4.

c.

34.

See

i.

note

c.

7,
on

morning and
the evening,

Latin

off the

blow

so
i|cpp"i(r6i],

good
.

Greece

towards

in

land
the

Herod.

in

land

7.

188

eici.

about
Tpigr^iXCoivSpaxiu'v,

;^i 25.

26,27]

DAPHNIS

larger portion,
bridegrooms.
sire
you

for

while

But

demand

to

rather

they
and

go

CHLOE

133

are

rich

and

urge

your

Chloe

look

great dowry-gift but

no

she

wed

AND

loves

you

dearly

poor

but

handsome

and

to

to

rich

press

her

her

marry

doubtless
lover

for

to

would

than

far
rich

some

baboon.'
27.

But
of

swarms

but

richer
the

hoped

seemed

her

lurch

he

in the

The

the

by

the

barque
the

cargo

with

spat up
dead

chance-comer

by

far

driven

hard

waves

The

and

and

numerous

five

foul

stench

Do

thou

go,

t.

in

36,

roDro

airis

very
the
and

waves

the

against
sank

and

has
take

kept

c.

especially 4.
Kal

Bav/idiras i6pe\jia.

seaweed

the

4.

all

crowns

in the

Longus,

and

"

in

hundred

the

cases

but

the

lies hidden

our

Dryas'

that

coast,

vessel

of

purse

side
be-

Methymna

shore

on

"

in

not

was

"

ruffled

away.

are

cable

and

'Another

soften

of

up

is preferable
spelling/SaXXiii'rioi'
is required by metre.

repetition:

nobles

headland.

is

to

springing

dolphin

there

it

the

stood

spoke:

riches

its osier

irpo"rcX6"KaV irpotreXOwvdvcXov
the exaggeKaV dv"\6|t"vos,notice
rated

eldest

the

begged

and

the

her, but

far

dreams

not

in

help again

from

was

the

the

young

winds

steep

his

suit

could

he

"

their

thee

those
at

do

this,

Daphnis'

left him

marriage,

give

of

Seabreeze

cliffs of

and

in

again

nibble

did

him

Chloe's

ship

swept

and

will

we

lovers

poor

of

fortune

to

agree

Daphnis

his

give

to

over

yet

night

The

all

refusal

with

Dryas

would

And

since

tears

watches

thy goats

near

and

before

as

heart.

was

the

night they appeared

power:

her

for

what

with

him

then

him

round

reasons

plan
did

Nymphs

god

suitors

that

thought

never

plausible enough.

blame

day

Myrtale

iSuiv

the

purse

(fin.),
4.

7
c.

30

etSov

iSatj/iaaa,

THE

134

dveXov

Koi

r/revrjn'

Se
y(^p6vip

OF

Se

"y6V0fievT)"s

6 Aa^vt?
dvairrjSijcra^
"^fiepa"s

ijXavve pol^fpiroKKm

ah/at

ras

vup

fir)

avvairrjKBov.

Tf} vvktI

eiirovaat

ravra

fiev

So^ai

crot

TrXovaio^,'

koX

ear)

ixnepov

III

[Book

licavov

S09.
dve\6fJLevo"!

Al

28.

STORY

Trjv

et?

irepiXO'PV''

koX

vofiijv

ttjv

KarrfKOev
Nii/tt^a?
irpo(7Kvvria'a";
ical iirl rfjii
OeXtov
eiri ddXaaa-av,
irepippdvao'dai,
w?
TrXrja-lovTJj? KVfiarco'yrj';,i0dSt^e ^rjrwv ra?
""}rd/j,fiov,
"rroXvv
icdfiarove^eiv 6
e/JteWe Be apa
ov
Tpicr)(^i\la";.
koI
XXojyv (f)tKij(Ta9

diyaOov ohtohw

SeXff)l";
ovk

yap

ra?

fjbvBmv

Koi
pc/Mfiivo^

"j"VKi,a
a"f"eXa"v

tovto
dveXofievo^
dpyvpiov fiecrrov.
ivOe/ievo^ wpoa-dev dirrjXOe,
irplv Td"s

ell rrjv trripav

ov

koX
ev"fyijfiijaai

d)'; et?

yXvKvrepav,

rrjv

OdXatTcrav

ydfiov

tov

ddXaaaav'

ttjv

avTrjv

Kal
aitroXo'; oiv,"ijSr)

yap

rd

kuI

rjiyeiMovi,

^aXdvTiov

evpiaKet to
^Vfi^a^

ev^us

ip-

irpoaeTrnrTev

KaOdirep
t" arjireBovi,

ov

6S0V TrpocrrjXdi
re
'X^p(i)fjbevo";

KoL

avr^

avrm

Kanrep

evofii^e t^? 7^9


X\(M79

tov

truXXo/x.-

^dvovaav.
Be rwv
WiX'qfifi.evo';

29.

dXX\

"TrdvTCOv

o)9

avTjj

TO

ovap,

BeiKwai
dv

(jivXaTTeiv,e"7T

Kal

ApvavTa.

TOV

dvOpouircov"jrXovaiwTaro';

yeapydSv, avrina

ixei

rpia-'x^iXCav
ovKer

eXOwv

irapd

Trjv

^aXdvTiov,

to

e/teXXej/-

ov

XXoiyj/ BitfyeiTat

KeXevei

076X09

Ta9

eiraveXdr),ical avvTeiva"i ao^ei


evpmv

irapd

dXavoTpi^ovvTa

Tiva"!

irvpov';

rwv

fiovov

fierd T^9 Na7r979 "Jrdvv dpaavv ifi^dXXei Xoyov irepXyd/j-ov.


''E/iot809 XXot;!/
Kal

yvvaiKa.

dfiireXovKal

kXuv

eyo)

especially of
ircpippavco-Oai,
cf.
6.
Verg. Aen.
purificatoryrites,
ter

spargens

washing

socios
rore
or

pura

circumtulit

levi, here

unda

simply

of

bathing.

cast
lppi|i|i{vo$,

up

on

the

olBa

(f"VTdKaTopvTTeiv.

28.

229

olBa
(rvpi^eiv

xal

beach.

clammy

fivSwv,

Soph.

Ani.

410

with

fivSwv

KaXw"}

Kal

yijv

decay,
aw/w,

so

yvfi,-

Ka$iineda...iir^venoi
ddni/v
...ire^itvy/ires.Cf. /jtaSiiffri,
c.
32.
tcIs Nvii^ias cvi|n)piTJ(rai,
2.
c.
29

yiiiTarres

t6i' HS,va

d.vev"prtnoivrt")v.

STORY

THE

136
Kal

dpovv

XiKfirjaai

fidprv; XXot;'

irpof

Kal

elfu

veo"!

Kal

Se

roaovrov

"Afia

Smaovaiv

xal

Se

Ot

aiiTLKa

^dtpviBo'savTOv

ekiriBa

Adfimva.

irapd

fiAXKmv
Be

evpmv

ev6a

aiirSsv, ro

fiev

r"v

dXXcov

iroXKd

fiaXKov

S'

XiK|ii](rai
irpos
(bs S'

rrjv

rov

Kai

T0t9

Apva"i Otj-

Be

fiera

yvrnpiafiara

ra

M.vprd\T)v e(j"epero
fivdaOai vvfKJiiov.
ov

fi6rpovvra";

Ad"f"viv "preiro

oiKo6ev

av"|i.ov, Horn.

dvenos

/Sou?

rroWov

irpo

Belv,

fUKpov

alnav
Ofj,o\oy7j"ra";

ovBev

avrol"s

//.

dxva! ^opiei
499
Upi,s Kar' aXiaas ivSpQiv 'KiK/uivruv,
Sre re ^avffrjAiiii'fiTrip
Kpirg iweiyonivuv Avi/iiav xapirir re Kal ax^os,
S'
(d
{rjToKevKalvovTai
ixvpfual,
graviter
Verg. Gearg-. 3. 134 cum
tunsis gemit area
frugibus, et cum
5.

ireicreiv

Kai,

Bi] Nottt;

fiev

'^^(pvra^on,

BiBovrmv,

en

dpyvpiov

Kal

XXoj?

trap'

Latin.

Xrfy^erai,

pd^Oai

Zephyrum

as

4.

so
"|Hi"paX^a"v,

in

on,

paleae

inanes.

Si.ir\a"r"ovas,i.e.
hundred,

eXeyev

avvrer

ad

surgentem
iactantur

"iravra')(ov

avrStv

emBmaet,'

o\t-

ixeivoK

Kara^Xifdevrcov arrepfidrwv,eV
Be

rov

irarrfp.

ovfio";

UXorjv

rrfv

Kaivorarov,

rrapefivdrjaaro
koivtjv

yeyovevaf

r/jto-^tXtat.

roaovrov

direKeiro

Kal

KpiOia

Kaxeivov;

rjv

airo^

ard'xyv

rov

re
ddvfio)"i
"KekiKfJinjfjLeva

ymrepa

rj

Adfitova

rov

Trap

Se a'ihe vpZv

-rrepii^Xavvera?

fievovaa

Tpi^okoif Kareipyd^ero
^aXdvriov
ro
"Tavpi"ra"i
raxv'i

p,7j8eoKeKTO-

aiTov

IBovrei

iTrvyyeXKovro

rov

vTna-'xyovvro

irpo-

irepi^aXotvKare"f)i\ei.

Trap

Sdoaeiv

re

efiov

Trap

alya'i Kai

Kal

ovSe

Kpar"v

aXKwv

p/rjBeh,
fir) Adfimv

tovto

eSiSow

re

30.

t"v

""1)709^frapaXeav ^o"v

larm

KaXovi'

"

hwajMevov'
piSa";dpeyfrai,
fiovov

Kal

rd";

ixecvoL
ScapoK "^TTjjd'^aofiai.
Kal

httfKaaLOva'i

atya^ vTre^dWofiev. aWa


Kai fie eOpe^frev
ryeireov
vpHv a/ie/MTrro';

ai^, tos XX6r)v oh.


fiara

vefjua

ottws

rpdyov; fieyaXov;

dWorpioi^

Se

Be

alya^ nrapaXa^mv

irevTijKovra

ireiroirjKa'eOpe^fra Kal
irpoTepov

dyeKifv

avefiov.

III

[Book

OF

have

now

cf. 4. c. 14.
4,
scaber, scabiosus

c.

Verg. Geor^f.3.
turpis oves
temptat scabies,
TpurxCXicii,so. Spdxfuii.

441

DAPHNIS

3o]

29,

fruit-trees
the

and

for

of

out

bred

fine

And

young,

am

mothered

by

claims

more

his

flung

know

persuade

as

she

the
with

less

almost

tried

comfort

to

gifts,from
a

I will

you
from

present

my

rpipdXois, a

30.

chine

with

fixed

to

corn.

tribula.

boards

the
Cf.

bottom

stayed

with

Daphnis

Nape
the

Verg.
These

Georg.
machines

floor

seed

he

the

164
were

measuring

for

to

they

suitors
nay

|j,iKpov
pu.icpov in

c.

7.

I will

bred

had

give

together

mules

oxen,

or

as
parenthetically

Cf. Luc.

Stlv,

he

offer generous

were

22.

Daphnis

rather

koivototov,

the

see

sown

their

it

out

ill luck

by horses,
c.

to

had

same

they

drawn

in 4.

heart

begged

other

out

though

-strange

at

the

nothing,

store

t.

that

said

Then

take

sick

expectedly
un-

ofif to

hastened

them

and

so

hiding

purse

them,

found

gold

threshed

and

and

from

of

the

up

birth

and

out

him.

promised

threshing masharp stones


beat

and

Dryas

to

and

with

to

father,

own

Chloe

the

own

crowns.

him

saying: 'Though

for his Chloe

door
barn-

give

barley
them

fatten

heap

He

than

sheep,

this

ask

to

everywhere.

happened

kissed

my

saw

Chloe's

son.

winnowed

newly

crop

of

as

and

my

gold

was

gifts shall

fit to

even

treasured

Dryas

their

it seemed,

and

five hundred

the

round

Myrtale

and

Lamon

the

kine

tokens

scarce

herd.

and

my

corn

it, not

and

And

ewe.

suitors'

these

my

the

bring goats

And

Lamon.

while

the

to

too

will

him

swore

the

other

gave

they

when

drove

corn,

he

tend

for

own

honest

by

out

fiftymore

up

my

and

you

of

round

they
to

the

give

then

And

of

winnow

well

reared

Chloe

and

I will

arms

30.

have

as

oxen

And

Lamon.'

how

than

one

no

say

They

of scurvy

let

Only

goat

fowls, but

will

neighbour,

generous.

yoke

field and

he-goats

stout

137

the

fifty I

greater

are

CHLOE

plough

herself

have

be

can

Chloe

corn.

goats,

AND

the

Nigr.
full

"21.

form

of

THE

138

aWifXot?

"yap

\v6rjvai

koX
tov

Adfi(0v

fi'qre

paStco^
avvrj^dai,(f)i\,La

vefieiv

ijBr}Se

"jreviav

rfKiKiav
Kal

ravra

TrXeto)

en

6 Be
Tpi,"rxi''Xia";'

ra?

ex"ov

o)?

ej^eiv

{avrol
irpo^aXKeo'dav Svvd/ievo";

(r^Bm)
oix VTrepr]"j)dvovv),
Aa"f)viSo";
"yap
p^ijre r/Xiiciav

yap

rjv), to

fieipaKiov

earl

KpeiTTcev

oXiyov

ydfiov

toiovtov

AiKaia

'

aXr]6e";ovB'

p.ev

"TTOieiTe

vfia";

cnrevBo)

dyaQov

Tt

fir)

Kal

auTOS

rov

Kal

iTpo";

yvvrf

vvv

fiovov,

Be

epya

fiaivoifirjv

av

yap

Be6fievo"s
irepir-

dyaOij. BovXo";

dXXd

Bel

tov

Be

ovBevo's elfii

mv

BeairoTrfv fiavOdvovra

o^v, dva^aXXdo/ieOa
(j"epe
dipi^ea-ffat
Tore
Xeyov"riv avTov

r)fia";

e^

Tore

aaTeo";.

ehrmv

TavTa

ydfiov

tov

ol

irapa-

dvrjp Kal

eaovTat

aXXrjXov^
ctrevBeK

TOcrovTov

fiev

oIkov

VfieTepov

dBeX^oi.

w?

itrffi

ireplfieipaKiov

Kpelr-

Kal

re
avTov
e"^'CXr)"Te

Spe^

Trdvra.
^iXo(^povovfievo";

Tivo";

Tois

31.

Hes.

^eCrovas
Op. 343 tAk

KoXeii', S"ms

ai9a"

(niiu"p4Tot

yelrovos
inrcvSu
aireiSwv

Be

Kal irpovirefiylre
i)Br)
dKfia^ov"rr)";,
fiecnjfi^pia'i
fiexpt

TTOTOv,

1. 347

Kal

ydfiov

^iXetTwaav

Apia,

r)fiS"v'0

Tov

tov

Kvptoii'

fieToircopov.

yivofievoi

vofii^ovrei
KpeiTTOva.

Nvfi^ai tfuX-^aeiav.iyw

')(eipo'iel";to.

irdvTa

"Tvyj(oopeiv.

ei"iTO

ai

fir)

^LXov trpoaXa^elv.
Be Kal XXor], KaXij Kal
TreptairovBao'TO';

Kal

fieya'

Kopr)

Tavra

T"vBe

Kal
fjBr)

av

ifimv

T"v

Kal

re

T0Tipa"i,
ft)9
mpaCa

dvrl

fiev

rffiiyepav

o-tojTTjfcra

Be

p^poi/oi/

yelrova^ Trporifi"VTe^r"v

tov";

irXovTov
^evtov Kal irevia'sd/yaOfj';

6 Hav

on
e^riyopevarev,

w"s

direKpivaro'

owTJBS

31.

cf.

Koi

6 fiev

dOXov

irelaat

III

[Book

OF

aWj^Xwj/.

fi"T

eXeyev, ola
en

reo

Bwafievrj'

fir)

Kadevheiv

Kav

STORY

construction

irpoTi|i,uv"s,
5e

/iiXiiTTa

iyyiBi

valei,,
l/i/iope

ri/irjsSar

iff6\ov.
TOV
tov

as
7d|ju"v,

ydnov.

in

4.

Contrast

c.

the

rbv
ol

in

yi/ioy.
Se yi/iov
\cipo$.

Cf.

c.

25

(rviiSovaa

Horn.

Od.

-irpii
19.

137

inreiSovirtv.

cf.
.ircpirroT^pas,

?5et...7roXuxet^as.
SouXos
"Bv, Lamon
who
had
charge of

was
one

of

3.

his

c.

slave
mas-

DAPHNIS

30,31]
from

knit

are

of

are

of

childhood

their

hearts

now

he

forbore

youth,
for such
31.

It

'

nobler

as

Nymphs
this

honest

reward

you

advancing
welcome

would

be

But

my

own,

we

the

marriage

off

the

town

he

wed

for

he

home

and

and

left him

the

like

Latin

him

vilicus

i.e.

till

after

Tiva.
irotriaeTal

c.

25

ovSpo

to

brother

us

and

we.'

took

he

sister
ask

you

Lamon

him

part

farewell.

^^^^ twins,
d8cXi{""'"
Eur.

be

wine, for it

affectionate

sister.

from

shall

Then

then

of

put

us

and

of

by

us

they

"/.

or

brother
Wie

536.

Geschwister.

irpoSirefL^f M^XP''
irpa^Teftroi', 3.

dvrip...,cf.

let

draught

an

the

vintage.
?"rovTai

tov

liEToirupov,

than

with

Ad/iui/os, 4.
I 6i/.idovKos
c.
iiniyy4WeTo.
13 AciJffcpocdip-fiffciv

cf. 4.

loved

so

then

and

rights

visitors

as

fair

warning, Dryas,

one

hot, and

midday

leave,

other

is nobler

offered

and

him

this

And

have

not

That

no

each

I did

house?

and

then, and

come

love

stripling who

ter's farms,

c.

will

for

if with

help

be

for

the

eager

withal, would

autumn,

and

madness

Chloe,

master's

my

till the

comes.

now

way

win

must

wealth

am

of

and

slave

am

let them

but

kissed
was

as

say

good

need

your

mere

too

sheer

thus

Pan

friendly

your

blessing,

all.

until

with

and

us

be

noble

too

honour

hold

Lamon

Daphnis'

was

may

And

increasing

maid

charming

it !

it not

aUiance

an

alone

for

and

years

and

poverty,

but

nor

to

you
to

reward

answered

he

not

they

now

he

say

their

rich

poverty

in

and

and

besides

and

right

Would

wedding.

his

labours

the

little pause

strangers

than

their

for

pleas

truth

and

just

before

neighbours

after

so

is

the

139

love:

eager

plead

to

speak

maid,

unbroken

other

urged

to

CHLOE

sharing

And

able

longer

by

true,

wed.'

success

no

and

in

to

age

his

AND

fin.

/t^xP' "'os
dTr4vcii'j/av.
21

c.

21

cf.

tivos,

and

1.

i;.

X"/"'7''7'7''''""'fs

THE

I40

32.

Se

Xoyov

Apva"!

ov

A.a(i(ovo"f
e^povTi^e ^aBi^cov

Tov

yvvaixL

Be

eviropTjae

et'/co? e^eiv

aiTroXov.

X\oj;i/; dpa

xal

idv

TavTa

ovTO^

ISiovs evpav

T0U9

prjTav.'
TToXet

Toiavra

Hdv

33.

Kal

Kal

TOV

ovv

eScoKev, cos

re

avetpo-

Ad^viv

tov

6vaeiv

ydfiov^

ovSev6"; eVo/iei/?;?,
OTt

jxr)

ijfieXye
TOV?

TapaoK

tov

eh

fiev

flaccid, so
in
decay as
Ar.
Flui.
265 irpca^iTtiv pvTwvTa,
Kv"f)6v, ci8\ioi', pvabv,
naS"VTa,
'

from

senile

Cf.

rwSbv.

c.

4.

19

oiS'

irixwi
See

Mi/prdXi; fillip yeviadai.


20

yavXoiiiito

c.

a^pdSuv,
^i9r\Ki Tts,
in

i.

each

the

Nymphs

and

Chloe

7) they did
other

also

not

the

c.

other

it may
8 Lamon
about

strange
and

the

Dryas

vision

of

handing over
Daphnis
the
to
winged boy (i.

reveal

to

the

two
origins
foundlings : the reason,
however, is
that
the plot would
lose its complicationsand the path of Daphnis'
be too smooth.
wooing would

air,'so

pear.

seem

dpva";

of

'

of wild

Se

ydTui,everrriyvv

uvcipoiroXci, built
kind

iKoivoovei

firjTpda-i
tou?

rats

each

fin.
a

dfieX-

avTrjv

evpatv

Karec^tXet Kal

irpoae^aWe

Tvpovt,

/jLijSe
"f)aya)v

ydpov ei/TjyyeXb^eTOKal

re

Xavddveov

moist,
(laSuo-'g,

32.

bald

fiT/Sevinmv

vorjp.aTO";

Xoiirov

TTOvov.

told

Kal

eKei

fieToirdopq)tov?

tw

Tvpoiroiovcrav

yvvaiKa

0)9

as

Se

ILXoTjv KaTeSpafie' Kal

TTjv

yovcrav

if

XXot/s dirop-

twv

koI
e(j)p6vTi^e

iXOmv

Se^idv

"dTTov

irapd

4.

Kal

TV

XXoi;?.
Ad(f)viSo';,

fir]

c.

rd'xa
Nuya^ai "j)lXac,

t^i*aKorjv KaToKa^iov dveppaxrere yafi^pov

Trpo^

eirayyeXXeTai

TTore

Kal

avTov

irpo^

T^'S dXw

irpo"Tayopev(Ta"s

'

yipovTC xal fiaZmarj

"nfim

evpijcrei

fiev

p-exp''

fieTewpov

eoiKW^

BeairoTa

o"rTi"}

avrov

ovSe d'X^pdScop
rpia')(^Ckio}v,
ocrov
dpa koI tovtov
i^e9r)Ke tk
a""s
Adfiwv, eJ? eKeivqv eyto ; dpa
evpe
toI"; evpe6ei"n,v
vtt
ifiov;
irapeKeiTo

tovtov

ovtw;,

Kaff

koi

ryvcopia'fiaTa
ofioia

KoX

vtTTepov

rov

Oecbv
aly6";,a""s K7)Bofiepa"v

vtrh

ical oiiSev

he KoXot;

III

[Book

axovarai

"jrapepyai;

Ad"f"vi^. ''Er/ja^i;fiev
e"TTi

OF

STORY

in 4.

c.

ttXovcfIovs, as
10

tj

are

TroWd

27
in

roiavra

castles

in

the

dvaporoKtl yd/ious
Dem.

Pax

p.

54.

dveipoTroKeiviv

yvii/iji.
the
aXu,
genitives SKtaos, iXovs
also

found.

DAPHNIS

33]

32,

32.

last

The

mind

and

could

be.

watch

over

nosed

him

Lamon
more

Was

he

then

calmed

and

|icTE(i)pov, 'on

pectation.'
III.,

See

iirl ToiJnjs

^a|iovs

the
L.

her

"rw"rTpa,

36

In

celebrations

r(op

vi^es tbKeiat
//.

15.

of

Horn.
ws

80

and
as

he

and

wedding
Chloe

that

bite

his

led

Xen.

Mem.

if.

sup
and

milking

promised

milk

and

their
bride

pails and

into

and

lambs

the

4.

3.

Thales

13
ap.

Oarrov

Laert.

rdxi^ffrov,voCs.

Tvpoits6^7ra7"rs, 4.

c.

c.

so

4.

c.

14 dpTiTrayeXs
yi.'Ka.

23 wijyvvira
Lat. crates, flat wickerrapirois,
work
frames
for drying cheeses
to
allow

fiev

i.

the
are

cheeses.
el

nor

glad tidings of

rvpois,

y"ixoi,is not

cf.
voTJiuiTOS,

TTTtpiv iji vbtifui,cf.

the

her

vo-fniaTos, cf.

they

fiaTTOv

kin

son-in-law

eveirif^v Si rapirots,
diu

possessor.
7.

the

mats

genitives
ovSEv6s...Ad(|"viSos,

Od.

found

the

tiptoe of exS. /icWupos


28
fieriupot
of

so,

his

suspense

neither

drew

He

infrequent,

33.

in

pledging

as

and

the

it be

find

celebrate

openly

basket

on

with

yeviOy^a,

of

tasks.

^v rrp IKvlSos.
OvirciV, this use

connection

in

her

If

reflections

as

with

and

kissed

"nc.

Dem.

Luc.

Chloe
told

treasure-

Daphnis.

thought

he

her

him

and

save

than

pears.

and
threshing-floor,

to

hand

too,

he

may

waiting

year

snub-

have

her?

These

greeted

the

gods

is rich

has

he

his

Daphnis

to

cheese

the

set

with

reached

none

cheese:

shared

and

to

raced

wedding

found

He

and

secret.'

his

Quicker

making

goatherds

Chloe

the

like

nothing

most

Daphnis

so

than

and

him

belong

Daphnis

goat, and

Dryas'

who

wife.

fall of the

the

at

reflected

and

like

found

into

bald-pated

till he

feast, giving

33.

his

fears

his

should

is fair

Chloe's

he

promised

by

141

sank

gracious Nymphs,

solve

entered

suckled

ones

and

lasted

dreams

he

exposed
the

Pan
then

and

he

Lamon

home

crowns

like

great

and

far

tokens

was

CHLOE

of

words
went

He

'

with

he

he

as

AND

moisture

to

still used

for

Hom.

Od.

TvpQv ^ptdov,

drip through :
light country
rapaol
9. 219

THE

142
Kal

STORY

evi"j)evyov,
eiriov,

Bid

^Sj;

ireirrcoKora

i'x^ovTcov
Tovrayp,

iroKKd

o'xyai,
rd

Kara),

S^

en

iirl T?5? J'TJ'!,


evcoSecrrepard errl
"

rd

olvo"; dir"^e' rd

olov

fiev

Kal

faiafirjXea rerpvrfqro
7rdvre";
lyvfivol

evoaSLav

rrjv

ivtKa

34.

Kal

Kal

Kal

lLX67i";KcaXvovarj^

roiovSe

o'tX"""fruit

see

Kal

spelling is
description

similar

Theocr.

7.

141

notice
piivtjSt)...,
antithesis

groups
each.

of

two

'fl

koKov

rpvydv

fj,ev

dp,eXrjBe

rrapdeve,rovro

(f"vr6vKaXbv
tW

vep,6p,evov
rj

irdrr'

Bipeos fi"\a irtovos, "3aSe S'


dirdjpas. oxvo-t p^v irkp woaaif vepl
wKevp'Sn di /na\a So^tX^ws apiv
Toi d' iKixwTO
iKvtdvSeTo'
opvaKes
Ppapi\ouTt KaraPpiffovres(paj^e.
T"i

Kal

B"pov XXor/

KOfiL"Tai

Tvj^t/.
irtjprja-e

jiaSev

elaborated

iroWmv

wpfia

^p,eXrjcrev.r)

wpyiap^evy.

rrarrjar)

older

^""^

r"v

ev

Kal

eSpeyfre
efieXXov

ovk

Kal
^(^afial

rreari

"f)apfj,d^rj

eprrerov

Keifievov, jSXe-Tro/jbevov,
XP^^^'i Sa-iravija-ri

rj

the

o^vai,
of

Ad^vn,

6(j}0aXp,ov";
e^wi',

avro

iTvpofievov

Kal

rpvySjv dveXOelv

'

eirrev

KaraXiireiv

TTOi/iviov

etre'ire'irTO

diyeXa^ drrfiXOe' Ad^vK

to?

rre'iraivovro';rjXiov Kal
avrb

pSfKov

e(f)vXdrrero ro

p/rjXov e(^vaav ''D.paiKaXai, Kal

rd

(^vKXov

ovre

et^ev

koXov

"

')(fiv"T6";
drreKapme.

ev

elSev 6

dvaSpafiwv i^iKero rpvyfjaai


Xoyov

olov

eSeiaev

fifjXovtB9

TO

dela-a, 6pfir}6ei(ra
tt/jo?

Kal

(ftvTcttvrd

rrotfievi.

TovTO

dveXdwv

fiev

xXaStov, evavdearepa

Kal

Tdj(^aBe

purfKa' rd

t"v

Kaprrov

p,6ya

fiovov.

KadeXeiv
"fjneKijae

fiijXovepmriKO)

Se

ovre

dxporarov,

aKpoK

avroi";

UK/jM^ovaap.

Se

em

rmv

ol kXASoi,

rjtrav

direXovtravro,

iroXKal
Tfj"s"pa";7rdfi"j)opov

to

Se

a^paSe?, "jroKXal

III

[BOOK

J^roOi'Te? oirmpav

irepirieaav

rjvSe d(}"6ovt,a
iroWr)
fiev

Se

Ka\"";
ep[ff)ov"s.

Tovg

OF

of

the
these

parallel

over-

three

sentences

Kal

iv

for
|iTJ\ov...,

this

passage

oIok
Sappho
to
y\vKiiiaKoi"
Qi
iir'
ipcifferaiaKp(fi iir SjSifiaxpov
\e\d0ovTO
Si p,aKodp6iri)es,
ixpordTifi,

cf.

iKXeXdOovro, dXX* oix iS^avr


iipiKiaBoi. Shelley's version : 'Like
o(t ptav

reddens
on
apple which
the
the
bough
Atop on
topmost
the pluckers
topmost twigs, which
forgot somehow,
Forgot it not, nay
the

but

sweet

got

till now.'

it

not, for

Verg.

none

Eel.

could
8. 37

get it

saepibus

iiraivovfievov.

SiSco/M

trot

fidpTvpai'

"TOv";

elirwv

ivri6r)"Ti

(fnXija-ev,

"^v

oxTTe

Ad"j)vii}

aiiroKo's

Se

eyyiii

97

ov

iiyjroi;' eXaySe

TOcrovTov

6/j,ot,a""; eypfiev

troifiijv,

/coXttoi?*

rots

Tavra

Kare-

yevofievov

koI

KpeiTTOv

rovf

eyio.'

dveXOelv

To\/tM;"ra?

fiereyveo

7^^

affkov,

eXa/Sev

"aWou?

viicriT'^piov.

e/cetfo?

III

[BOOK

OF

'A^poStr^;

tovto

iyoa

TOVTO

ei?

STORY

THE

144

fiijXov

xpvcov

"f"iK7)/jLa.

liraivoii|i,"yov,
in

suspected

after

airi

i"aXov,

has

I.

c.

1.

24.

after

or

'A(j"poSCT7),
ipQivTa,

c.

been

position

23,

Boden

and

on

the

Venus

Paris

victas

iudicat
et

si

victrix

Paris

of

nulla

Vix

tuo.

Paphiae
at

judgment

victrix

metalla

/ii/Xcjj...
gives

the
Praemia

note.

munere

(x'^-

notes

see

of

story

and

iiraivoiufvov

KaToXiireiv

toOto

fiij\a

this'word

present

p\eir6/ievov

place

some

its

peto

fero
ea

iudicio
dicta

mala

aurea

iUe

fulvoque

in

tanto

his

pro
fiava
dedit

porrigit:
duas.

Hie

superba

DAPHNIS

34]
crawling

worms

and

grace,

judges
And
he

alike

then
drew

climb

apple
apple

an

are

he

to

was

do

him

rot

was

her

Aphrodite's

kiss

thee

for

lap

and

did

not

she

meed

or

seen

fair

for

herd

The

goats.'

kissed

him

regret his

worth

seemed

be

to

thy prize.

shepherd,

Daphnis

145

only

away,

give

it in her

and

CHLOE

once

; Paris

placed

nearer

slowly

or

An

praised ?

AND

daring
than

more

as

golden apple.
metallo

tropaea

exsUiens

praefert

manu.

6|ioCus^x")''^ '"""^S """''S


pas,
read

the

as

MSS.

Toirov

KaWovs

KdWovs

capta

are

corrupt.

for rois

ffoiis or

/idprvpes. Some
is

f^npTV-

'

MAPTTPES

'

'

was

taken

as

be

tous

read,

ffois

Editors

xwo"'

to5

of
a
case
thought that /laros was
for
and
wrote
dittography
fidprvpes
roiis aom
/idprvpas,ignoring the ^i;.

word

lost,or perhaps

should
grace,' mien
TOTSOrSXHMATOSPossibly

tos,

troS

such
axv/M-

fidprvpe!,then

the

copyist

10

TETAPTOS

AOrOS

"B.K(ov

1.

Se

ff/'^eiXev,

Ad/Mi)vo";

Mrjdv/J.val.cov
d-movTO^
avT"

TTjV

TOV

KaTaycoyr/v

e^e^opei

Kowpov

vSeop

to

eo?

avXrj"i,

ttj?

"TrapaBeicrov eOepmrevev,

TOV

Be

^Hv

2.

Be

eireiceiTO

BevBpa,

Trdvra

o)JioSov\os,

1.

see

TreBi^

3.

SoOXos

31

c.

oipp'

KaTa7a"Y"iv,
it

lit.

Dionysophanes
stay,
attached

to

has

farm

K6irpov,
iroAXj

it.

place,

intending
farm

or

Previously

so

to

villa

Lamon's

Horn.

Kiirpcj), tj

Oti.
ol

yard

297

irpoirdpot0e Ovpaav

iv

In

Od.

fiiya

18.

//.

o!

574

/36es

KlnrpoviTreffffeiorTO

6,ir6

K67rpos=the

where

See

7.

K^xvr,

.Ti/ievos

court-

byre,

or

ktjitos
17.

ttltv;.

SXis

re

irepi,
rjcrav

Kai

SfiHes

ayoiev

Koirprifforres.

2.

i) iTavXis.

been

KaOairep

/Sofli'

tc

vo/iiySe,

eireKeiro

r/fiepa.

...nvKfjfffiid'

where

place

was

Lamon's

i.e.

halting
the

means

av

kul

pom?

irXaravoi

"tj/udvui'

Be

et%e

koI

Tocravra

koX

Bd"f)vai

Koi

wv.

here

irXeOpaiv

fiaKpw.

/J,vpplva";, o-)(va";

irpoa-epi^ovaa'

KvirdpiTTOi,

Kal

Be

/ifJKO";,

e%"Bi'

evpo^

6'xyai'i irepKa^ovaa,

rat?

avTal";

Kapirov

TOV

crraBiov

irepcodi dfiireXov vyjrT^X.Tjv'icai

/jLTjXeai'i Kal

rat?

to

'x^pfjfiaKat

ti

eh

fiev

avTov

rt?

fir]\ea";,

iXaia";'

Kol

avKrjv

av

Tqv

Si,o)(\oiri-

fir)

irdr/KoXov

fierempa,

e'lKg,aev

TeTTaptov.

e'%ot"V

Kadapov

eKreraTO

X^PV

ev

rjBovrjv.

/caXo9.
6"f)6ei,7j

co?

7rapdBeia-o";

^aa-i\iKov";.

TOW

KUTo,

depov";

dea";

a-Tro^ova-a

to?

t"v

irapea-Keva^ev

el"s irdaav

Adficov

oe-

rov

ovv

irpotrtovro';,

/ieroircopov

i^eKodaipev,

"n-riya's

rjBri

iXvfiijvaTO.

e'i(T7rXov"i

KOI

Toii"; aypov";

tl

rov

Tpvy7]Tov

tov

irpo

fia6rja-6fj,epo";
firj

a^L^eTav

a-irorj}^

oXiyov

otl

6fi6Sov\o"s

MvriX'^vv";

t^?

e"

Tt9

of

of

description

the
Philetas

2.

c.

and

the

Horn.

112-131.

XP^K^i

^"^

"^'^

"^^^

"^

XPVf''''

to

BOOK

About

1.
from

this

Mytilene
just

arrive

the

had

done

time

when

for

delight
that

the

his

rubbish

park

garden

on

enclosed

and

apple-

and

ripeness

there

trees

size

express

quality

see

Xen.
XRVI^"'

7-1

cis
note

L.

Cyr.

their

dpyvtas,

kinds

lofty
fruit

x/'W"?

i\a^ov

II-

(liJKOS,
c.

sc.

11.

trees

otiktjv,
3

""

cf.

Cf.
3.

2.

c.

of

the

sake

raireuiy

the
their

planes

singular
of

to

fruit-

laurels,

the

it,

olives

clung

intro-

variation.
for

more

its appearance
c.

5.

and

cultivated

vi|n|XT]v, probably
of

in

challenged

note

for

like

grew

branches

cypresses,

duced

royal

more

which

the

these

KoXbv

ev6s,

vines
on

sake

i.

became

like

figs

besides

remarkable

any

out

of

they

wild-growing

it

looked

and

though

"""^ /ieya.

OToSCov
on

But

4.

the

offensive

that

pomegranates,

purple

beauty.

S.

of
so

away

any

laid

acres

by

as

or

place

fountains

carried

so

the

at

drawing
a

remove

garden

All

pears,

pear-trees

and

he

farm

just

the

out

Me-

vine

homestead

garden,

ten

sides

were

i.

the

plain.

both

spreading

them

autumn

to

about

myrtles,

on

and

courtyard

was

broad

his

to

closing
the

the

eye.

indeed

apple-trees,

Cf.

the

to

would

news

and

the

master

the

clear

after

enclosed

it

the

came

whether

see

cleaned

run

looked

Fair

2.

from

and

pleasure

He

Lamon

heard

make

to

should

heap

smells

was

master.

water

to

their

damage

any

summer

of

that

vintage

determined

he

so

on,

tidings

Lamon

foray.
the

fellow-slave

the

before

their

during

time

with

thymnaeans

IV

than
and

its

note.

the
fruit.
See

7rdaai"; avrl

TavTUK

avTov
Kopv/M/Soi;

STORY

THE

148

evSov
efiifielro.

e^ea6ev

fieva'

ravra

ra

Kau

rj

rd

TTpacriai,wv

vaKivOoi

poStovid KOI
vapKiaaovi;

Kal

Oepov"} Kal

ripo^

ical

av0ri

3.

'EiVTevOev

Toii"; vep,0VTa";'

evoirrop

re

Kal

oirapa

Be

17

Kal

SoTe

ireBiov

ddXarra

ravra

Kal

rjv

Kara

Kal

rjv

TaTov

rjv

eyivero rrji;

fiepo";

^oofiov kitt6";,tov

'

trepievxe

Be Kal

61^6

tov

evBodev

Aiovva-iaKd";

vea}"}

eir^KtiTO, i.e. dvaSevSpas,

KiTTos

the

of

description
init.
Cf.
Verg.

vitis diffusos

the
"cl.

vestit

hedera

ivy,

lieyas

oiroj

cf. Theocr.

XaTTocruK,

ij

3.

38
3.
pallente

corymbos.

P^pvv,

Be

vewv

Se

cf. 3.

c.

^frrpui.
11.

45

cf. 2.
al|iairias,

c.

3.

jueXas Kiacros.

3 fin.

ok

jrepieXTj

TTJi'
al/uurLdii.
in
cl"|"ci.irn)Kci,
as
Verg. Georg.
via
arboribus
2.
positis secto
278
limite quadret.
^iroXnote
OTtWiriirrov, see
on

fietrai-

^cop,6"i

xX'^fiara.
BeBefiivov,

5.

c.

"|"w"ris...T"xvns,
comi
Prologue
T^xfriv.-.Tixv
c.

2.

c.

12

t4

/jiv 0i/(reus Ipy^t

"

dvOpdiruivr^yoe.

poSuvid, a rosebed
5 6 Kdpvfi^iK...
For fieKaivi/ievos
bush), so luviiis, violet

l"rre

iv

Toin-aiv

pare
and

oi

ypa(pd^, 'Sep.eKrfv

'ApidBvrjv KaOevBova-av, AvKovpyov

TLKTovaav,

p,ev

opdv

kmpwvTO

"jrapaBelcrq)
irapaBeiaov to
rpv^fj';. Xva rov
Kal
Kal eZpo";rjv,ved)";^lovvaov
eirl firJKO";

Tw

Tis

imvid"; Kal

yrj. trKid

17

to

/jtev r/v

evoTTToi

irapatrKeovTet;-

c.

iiroiei Texvrj-

he

/ieToircopov

dvdwv

"pav Tpv(j}ij.

Traaav

cf.

Kal

fievroi

Kai

Kplva, 'X,eip6";
epya'

dvayaXKiBai; e^epev

awe-

eBoKei

fjaav

re'^vrji}.

a-reXe'Xpi}

"\a8ot

Ko/jta^'

ra?

etfiepev17 yrj, rd

fiev

koX

ol

Se
fieTed"ptp

etvai

^vaa

TOVTcov

irepieOet
\67rT^? aifjLacri,d";

iiri^WarTov

Kal

KaOd-rrepdpiyyoi

SiaKeicpiTOirdvTa

koI

OTeXeT^ow? d^eia-T'^Ket.iv

dW^Xot?

Kat

^orpvv

/leXaivofievo^

aicapTra,

fievToi

Trept/SoXo?.rerp^ijTO

TTiTTTOv

iireKeiTO,

KuOaTrep (fjpovpovKapTro"f"6pa
tf)vrd,

to,

irepieiaTrjKei

Kol
Xeipo'7roir)TO"i'

xal

wv

IV

[BOOK

Trj";a/jLtriXov
kittos
fieya";

^v

OF

(also roseplants (also

violet

beds).
dva7aXXCSas,

three

varieties

cf. 3. c.
flowers

of

12.

These

given
^pos Trpwro^op^/ioTo.
o-kio..., again four frigidparallels,
Observe
the
jingle /ieroiriipov,
not
to
iiriipa,iSpav, v^hich seems
in 3.

c.

12

as

are

DAPHNIS

2,3]
and

all wreathed

pines

the

the

vine, and

seemed

the

All

fence, and

the

different

the

next,

though

air

and

triumphed

of

man

of

lavish

of

their

Below

the

the

eyes,

with

and

barques,
And

the

in

the

all

shrine's

birth

her

sleep,Lycurgus

have

been
4

c.

natam

to

or

unhappy
me

con-

KXii)i,aTa,sc. ifiiriXov.
the
Dionysus was
Se|iA.t)v...,
3.

of

art

beds
hand

foliage

by
gave

time

autumn

was

largess

gave

Zeus

and

Semele

he

their

flocks

with

its

the

of

with

ivy

son

married

and

Ariadne

and

sight

fair

was

of the

park.
sacred

with
of

vine.

the

god,

abandoned

in

legends

Pentheus'

altar

and

Ariadne

fair

whitewinged

beauty

shrine

mother,

Greeks,

a6\ol,

cf. Cicero's

fortunatam

his

Romam.

sule

the

fostered

plain, a

painted

in chains

the

to

Kal

yav\ol

to

stood

were

Semele

distasteful

Romans,

verse,

in

the

by

the

sea

its charm

wall

his

and

and

enwreathed

the

I.

from

also

were

seasons

and

and

shade,

summer

stretched

shining

centre

very

On

the

the

off

distance

pimpernel

blooms, the

an

hedge.

together
its

The

shepherds

adding

Dionysus,

cf.

and

low
cut

swung
threw

formed

were

at

centre

pilferer,

or

lilies reared

garden

of

prospect

to

ran

the

store.

3.

the

which

and

all

and

trees

There

Nature.

fruit

ripe

wind

natural.

hyacinths

mother

from

stood

foliage

In

grapes.

garden

branches

shade, spring lent her

cool

to

the

with

fruit-trees

darkening ivy-berries

whole

the

violets, narcissus

and

care

of

by appearing

flowers, roses,

the

the

tree-trunk

mingled

of

forest

round

each

and

the

of

parts

separated,

of

sheltered

ring

of

149

the

ivy, as

bunches

the

by

artificial

with

fruit-trees

surrounded

CHLOE

great clusters

mimic

to

stood

AND

cruel

death

when
forsaken
by Theseus
;
punished Lycurgus and Pentheus
for attempting to resist and
banish
made
him
he
an
expedition into
;
and
India
conquered it ; he vanquished the Tyrrhenians
by his
dancing,
he

THE

I50
HevOea

STORY

Siaipovfievov.rjaav

OF

koX TvSoi

prjvol fi"Tafiop"f)ovfievoi,'
'iTavTaj(pv
eKaOe^ero
Koivov

Be Kol

Tot9

ToiovTov

ovra

4.

Aiovv(70v

rjv, rjv

dvdeaiv

Tots

atya"i

iddppei /lev,
Koi

rjaav

avOeaiv

rots

vSasp

Koi
etroL'qae

olSiV

TOiv

triorepai

o/mo^

\vko";

e'ir(o'}(eT"vae.

eKaXeiTO

fiev

7797717.

iriaLveiv

Ta?

Xeytov
6

fiaxpov.

Be

StTrXocrtoj/a?

ovBe

fiiav

rjptraae

Be irpodvfiorepov
/3ov\6p,evo";

yd/j,ov irdaav

tov

tov

avdr] Aaij)vi";.iaxoXa^e

6 Adfimv
Ad"f"viBi,

tc3

yevkaQai Trpb^

avTov

evBiSovTt

'xppevovaai';.

eV
avrali'
eTraivqdrjO'Ofj.evoi;

a"?

"^fJ^eS.Tjro

fidXicTTa, TrdvTCo^ KaKeiva's

eXa^eu

wv

yap

Hdv

Be"nr6Tr)v d^iKofievov Bid

oyjreadai rov

T6

kuI

Bvvarov

"B9

Tai"!

Be
nrrirfrj, Ad(f)vi8o"!

Be

irapeKeXeveTO

TrarowTe?,

K\i]/j,aTa dvaXafi^dvoiv.

to,

e's rd

evpev

ri

Tvp-

irapdheia-ov6 Aa/iaiv eOepaireve

rov

eaTe^avmtre.

"TrrjyrjTt?

xal

Trarovai,

^T)pa diroTifivav,

TO,

^arvpoL

crvpi^mvitrX irirpa^ofwiov

avro^

Kol
fiiX.o"i

xal

viKcofievoi

ovBe

Ba":;i^at^(ppevova-ai,.

iravraxov

IV

[Book

depaireLav

ical

eadev
koI
airdi} irdw
irpoOvfitavirpoae^epev, ayoov
re
Bl^ rjyelTO itrl votov,
dirdymv to BeiXivov.
dve^ijTet ra

evvop,d)TaTa
KaivSiv

yavX"v

Kai

Be

avTT)

TJ79

Kau

Be

usual

MSS.,

from
Kal

Tats

the

is

context

I.

c.

to

26

of

c.

For

o/iotov.
c.

tois

xo/'^'^'i'O'ois infra.

6/uuos, cf.

ivdiSSvTL, cf.

in

not

Sjioiov,
adverbial,altered by
edd.

at-

Schaefer

Dionysus.

iraroDiTes, which

irwrovai

av

Tt9

'jroL/jivrj'sTrapafieXovaa

of

added
the

Ta

15

many

iepdv dyeXrjv eBo^ev

use

'Kiyupbv MSukc.

ifkeov

Kal

r)

eKelvai'i

^Xcnj,
ea')(p-

derivare.
hra\iTeiiirf,Latin
is
of
that
Courier
punctuation
for MSS.
av$e"riv
iaTe"p6.vu(rerots
iSaip iwax^cvae
"qv....
'""TfO "S,
SiirXaarCovds,as in 3. c. 29, cf.
4.

4.

of

to

Kal

The

Sfwiov and
this

crKacf)CBo}V
ffKei^e

Kepara

elq avrd"; KafiaTov

TravTov

SaTiipoi...BdKxoi, the
tendants

xal

rapaSiv fiei^ovcov. to"t-

Kal

iffepdireve.Ilavo";

iKoivmvei

opdv.

Kal

TroXXmv

rjv KrjBefiovla,
wa-re

T/3t%a9

Ta";

"xtopLav. ifieXTjcrev
avT^

t"v

c.
to

u.

14.

Sci\ivdv, cf.

ri

iaBivSy,

5.
small
"rKa"f"fS(i)v,

pails

or

bowls.

2.

THE

152

Xa^ev,

i^

'Ei/

oZaiv

TovTot?

eKekevev

affreo?

Koi

OF

"f)alvetT0ai

e^

avTOf

eVr'

irapafieveiv

ry\"VKO";, elra

Td)(^icrTa'

on

Toii";^orpvi Troirjcmtri

av

KareKdmv

ovto)?

afiireKov;

Ta";

airoTpvyav

ekdmv

Sevrepoi;ayyeXoi;

avToi";

IV

[BOOK

Si iKeivrjvavra?
ivofii^ev6 Ad(f"vi";

ware

5.

STORY

eh

d^eiv

iroKiv

T-qv

heffiroTrjv,
rovrov
tjSt)
Tpiiyr]";.
ttj? fieToircopivfji;

re

tov
tov

ovv

rpi'xeiv)
rjvairm
KvBpo/iov (ouTft)
"ydp eKoXeiTO, on
epyov
Se^icocrivkoX d/j,ara?
d/t7re\ousUTreiSe^iovvTO irdaav
Toir? ySoTjOU?e?

rpvytov

Toil'smdovi;

eh

to
yXevKOi;
Xi/i'ov? KOfii^ovre^,

ra?

^epovTe'i,t5"v ^OTpvcov

eXr)koX
KKruLOLTrnv d"f)aipovi"T"";'
w";
ekOovaiv

iv

6.
Kot

fiev

xal

Tpex"ov.

dyaOov

Koi

XeTO.

Be

(lev

top
Ad^viv xal
i"j"C\ei
BecnroTTjv iTTfjyyeXtov
irpb's

TO

rjKOve

ovo/xa.

Be xaKeimj

et^e

inrep

ivTev^eTat

07r(U9

tS

ylrv^rjv erapdTTeTO,
leisure

devote

for, to
this

contrast

koi

oh

ttoXv

koI

word

at

case

the

one's

with

oiv

re

For

to

the

use

of

beginning

of

the

operations

of

'KXorjv

irpoTepov

jjlovov

Ad(f)viBo";
i^povTi^ev,

tov

ydfjMV

irepl tov

adjective would

the

2.
c.
vintage see
i.
tj'St)rijs lUTOirupivrjs rpvyiSi
the
Brunck
need
for
seeing no

read

ttjv

avTOV.

ijdriyevo/niv'ris

rpiyrii.

Ev8po|iov...cSE|tovvTo
irao-av

tov

SelCuiriv,for
the

koX

/idTTjv ovetpoiroXoviriv

fir)

time

dytoviStv

Beo^' /letpaKiov

ye(opyov";

BeciroTrj koi

chapter.
5.

6 Be Ad^vi^

BeenroTtjv,ov
efieXXev oyfrecrBai

irpwTov

eiri-^aK-

rjBeTo Koi

ei(o6o"i alyai;pXeireiv

yap

eScoKe Se koI

S'^^oi^et/twvo?

ay;

dTnget,
tftCXa
^pov"v'

TTJ UXoT] trvvevefiev.

the

\a"rtoi/,

epelv ireplavTov

ti

lEvBpo/iov,

tov

osjriyovov,
S"pa, Tvpoii^eviraryei";, eptxfyov

aiyb";\evKov
SepfjLa
XeaOai

TroXew?

TpvyrjTov.

i"s aaTv

i]Si]ao^elv

t^9

e"

eScoKev'
oXCya avT^ Adtjivi'i

ovtc

aliroXiov

dirb

Tot?

7)hov^yeveadai

Be

MeWovTO?

aXka

ocra

Kot

etKovt

7)^S)VTa";eiri

tou?

23

c.

3.

ka\
^^2

Cf.

tov

this

double

kXt||uituv,

cf.

fi^Xa
K\iifia,Titn",
i.

c.

accus.

cf.

Aaipvu/.

32.

c.

10

iiri

pdrpvs
K\d5ui",

4"6]

DAPHNIS

and

Daphnis

goats

by

While

at

grapes
wine

made

welcomed

the

the

6.

And

his

goat's

him

yet

seen

her

c.

fleece

And

with

till
lover

now

and

marriage

(ToPetv,see

his

but

and

he,

his

goats
to

had

dirojo^eiv,3.

heart

7.

'goatherd.'

of

this

instead

of

use

on

their

town

that

and

its

pleased

But

for

Daphnis
she

; and

who

sheep,

the

had

whose

name

for

anxious
doubts

cf.

as

peasant

about

for fear lest their

euiraYeis,

and

ear

youth,

c.

kid,
cloak

master's

was

of

present

runner's

lord, and

nipous

joys.

point

Chloe

she

TapiToU, 3.

the
aliroXCov, observe
of
'herd
goats,'
word,

ahrSKov,

his

tuns,

yeaned

his master,
So

with

her

harassed

on

and

known.

meeting

his

mere

face

the

new
a

with

into

the

farewell.

remained
for

vine,

was

gain

to

his

the

many

make

to

from

the

him

firm,

friendly

soon

was

he

made

his

peasants

hanging

on

new

of

vintage

Eudromus

doubts

fears

Chloe,

and

their

6.

white

nothing

of
was

Daphnis

winter.

must

the

fetch

The

harvest

in

the

called

still

idea

fine

his

the

Eudromus

woolly

and

strangers from

in the

as

return

so

bunches

the

until

vats, the

herd, cheeses

torturing

shared

alone

his

bidden

were

gather

to

complete.

the

finest

town

left him

and

too

folk

into

share

the

would

was

Daphnis, promising

full of

made

wait

to

began

for

city

Eudromus,

once

just

the

against
kissed

that

they

cares

was

he

this

off the

might

starting for
from

at

presents

as

also

they

153

hand

the

he

vintage

grapes

stripped

stalks

said
then

heartily

carrying

these
from

and

foot, and

and

her

was

with

He

when

swift

it

messenger
once.

was

master

"

busied

second

thought

CHLOE

beautiful.

so

5.

AND

hopes

sveiriiyvvSk

33.

in 2. c.
as
S^p)ia...,
as
ovcipoiroXov(n.v,

3
in

(ruripav.
3.

c.

32.

THE

154

avveyrj

oSv

fiev

OF

koX
t^iKrjfiaTa

ra

irepi/SoXal'koI

at

STORY

aKvOpayirai,KaQwrrep fjhr]irapovra
rj XavOavovrcav.

fievoav

roioahe

e/ivaro

iBeBtoKei

Kal

TTiKpov'

oaov

rovrov,

vvKra

dvmpv^e,

erj}?.

Koi

Be KareKXacre,

ra

/JikvXadwv

rrapeXdcov

eTTiovaT}^

olov

ev6v";

eli

rov

Sare
Kav

ov
eyjdpo';

Aa"f"vi";eXacai;

Kal

e^oav

^o"vre^

^v

Kat

8.

rose...

his breast

upon

"rireuSuv

7.
C.

'She

ev

rai}

and

'

vovv,

he

threw

there

tov

so
7d|i.ov,

she

quotes
herself

grew.'
in

3.

attacked,' (2) so.


his designs

directed

%o)/otoi'

avrol's

SeBijayfLevov

/MeydXr] deoii';dveKaXei

"

i^eBpafie

%6/3"rt KaraXiirovaa

dveBpafie'

irevOoi

31.

rhv

ro

Be

eKXaov'
Becrrrorrfv

and

circtxc, (i) 'he

rrav

aiya";

K"v6v

Mr
Smith
irv|ji,ir"|"vKOT(i"v,

Byron

Be

rrj";

Kal

IBovre^

eBaKpvov.

fiev

rov

irroovfievoi

Be

Adfioov

ipydcrairo,Karepp-q^aro
Xrjo'rT]';

rd

fj MvprdXr)

Kal

Bia

Kareirdrrjo'evmarrep

Krjrrov efieXXev vBmp

')(i,ru"vbCFK0v,^of)

rov

Be

ra

drreXrjXvdef

irrd^eiv. IBwv
T^9 TTTj'yfj'i

Kal epyov

drroKOcr-

oKoxreadai,

efieWev

refivoov

Tronjaeie

irapaBeiatpreprrofievov

tw

iari, Bia^delpat,Kal

re

o^v

fiev

Bearrorrfvavrol's

rov

avrrjv

avOecnv, "(7re
Bta"j)0eipai
eiret'xeBe rot?
Bi} (pvXd^ai Kal V7rep^d";rrjv alfiaaiav ra

KrvTTOv

avrd.

otos

B"pa

Koi

Bearrorov, Ad^vi^

avrbv

ical

oino";

r^dfiov. ala66fievo";ovv

rov

rov

ri";

"lBa)"; irdw

fifjcrai. SivBpa

fiev

koL

avTOii

Apuai'TO?

rov

irapa

(TtrevBcov

e^rjreiBi

a^erai, re^vT/r

6K

Tt?

I3ovko\o";.

ayepco'x^o';

crvy)(copr)6el/ri
irapa

et

/Jiev

^v

XX6r]p

ttjv

rjBr)TToWa

rov

ieairor'qv ^o^ov-

rov

Trpoa-yiveratBe

AdfiTTbi}Tt9

at/TOS

eyvca

ifvxal ai irepi^oXal

rdpa')(o";.

7.

tB9,

"TV/i'7re"J3VK6T

wa-irep

^tXijfiara BetXa

to,

IV

[Book

dvdmv'
eKXavtre

aW'

B' dv

oi

fiev

Kal

rt?

against....'

KarEppi^laro...,Demosth.
both

this verb

and

uses

also

wepipfn^v/u.
Leg. p. 403.
3
TW
7rcpip/)lJ|oS
XlTwlxTKOV.
ipduv Kal Pouvtcs, cf. note
on
irp6"re\de "toi irpoireXdiir,
27.
3.

Cf.

Dem.

J^a/s.

t.

6"8]

DAPHNIS

should

each

each

other

marred

as

kiss

was

ivy

to

their

And

then
7.

master's
fresh

There

And

disaster

was

fell

Lampis.

He

hand

and

given

him

when

he

found

that

should

would

win

Daphnis

prayer
upon

scheme

them:

for

he

so

he

garden,
all his
for

fear

So

his

wild

the

then

for

his

Lamon

the

whole

spot

for

foe

robber, he

or

and

heaven,
house
too

and

8.

they
8.

with

when

Their

sorrow

groaned

in

irTooup.cvoi,
a

task

the

saw

too

and
and

driving

was

when

spring, and
cloak

that

flowers

was

draw

to

he

saw
even

aloud

to

of

the

out

ran

havoc

On

wanton

cried

out

like

his goats
was

came

wrought

wept.
for
terror

elsewhere

prepositionand

his

rooted

again.

garden

he

flowers.

blooms

away

havoc

trees

but

and

hedge

the

it with

the

flower

into

left her

they

and

stole

the

rent

who

the

he

the

and

Myrtale

wailed

they

ruined

Daphnis

and

from

him

his

in

the

down

on

the

came

spoil

betray

down

secretly

flowers

cutting

crossed

trampled

following day

water

he

against

delight

to

vengeance

their

thought

wrath

great

chance

by

he

bride

and

from

destructive

night

took

But

grant

master's

damage

to

might

and

boar;

he

shrank

for the

broke

or

resolved

noise

vent

waiting

up

that

He

the

their

will.

his

master

his

as

Chloe's

for

Dryas

their
her

rouse

knew

old

called

oxherd

gift to gain

eyes.

them.

on

begged
many

to

power.

could

had

too

his

shun

to

rough, overbearing

was

already they

even

tried

or

presence

embrace

each

to

they clung

fear ;

though

as

led

kiss

one

with

tree, yet

155

so

fraught

sadness,

by gloomy

feared

CHLOE

dreams.

empty

prove

another, yet
to

AND

not

the
of

always
as

here

their
with

master

an

accusat.

fruitless
:

and

had

but
a

IS6

THE

^61/oseTTicTTa^.
7ra"ra

r]

tSjv
"jTr/XmSi)';.

ryrj

Se

^ovaai

Koi

e'i

Kal

r"v

Be

009

rd

ovBeva

CTTe^avcoaei. ovBe

TavTa

rjXe7}(ra";dvOrj, olq TrapaKSK

ere
eaTe"\)dv(0(rd

vvv

tc3

TrapaBeiaov

Tov

kcTTai; Kpefia
crvav

Be Kal

^ofi-

A.dfi(ovvir

'yap

Kal

dvOrjaei.

ovk

009

TaSe

ra

dOXia

e'ySXeTre?,
dcf)'wv

kuI

Sei^co

ttw?

7rw9,

deacydfievoi;

eKeivo'i

rt?

earai

dXXd

Aiovvae,

eTepirofiTjp

Ad^viv,

irovr]pb";

rt?

/jteTOTreopov,

BeairoTrj
;

xara-

(jyevrStv

dvmpv^e

fitdf itLtvo'; aS? Map-

dvdpeoTTOveK

yepovra

Ta')(a

fiev

BeaTrora

av,

iroXXaKi';

hre.-

Keinevov.

koI

Se

aKfidaei.

ovk

ii^piv,

Bii(pvyerrjv

ti

TreTraTTjTai.

ou?

^p,

to

rjv Xoiirov

koi

totto?

"^ev t^? poBcovia^,m?

vapKiatrmv,

dv6pcoTro"}.
d^l^erai
6epo";,rd

'

koX airavaTov
(Tvve')(je";

rij? lavidg,

^ev

KexXao'Tai.

eXeye-

IV

[BOOK

koKov

en

rjv

Oprjvov(7ai"i
ofioiov.

Kol

eK'rrXri^em^KCLKelva

TO

Se

fieXirrai

koI

avTOL"i

vaKivdtov

OF

d'n-OKeKoa/j/rjTO
yap

V7rr)v6eiKal eKa/nre
KeivTO

STORY

alywv

tmv

elpya-

TavTa

cTfievicv.^
9.

Adxpva

iirl

rjv

dv6r) Xoiirov,

ov

Ta

Kai

^XoTj Ad"f)vivel

TOV

BecnroTijvavT"v

mrrfvSa,
that

in

3.

the

c.

idea

is

dXXd

rd

koX

11.
seu

opLoiov,
X.

c.

cf.

26

68

Kpcfta,
Ar. Plui.

Ian-

fulgor

double
more

have

we

over-

parallels,
firstlyof

three

and secondly of three


pairs.
ols TrapuKcis Kal SpXcircs,
elliptical
groups
double

for Koi d...,it is


and

quite

obvious

sense
:

construction

there

is

no

edpijvei

Tjii'^eTO
firiKeTi

for emendation,

ivdiSiini
c.
6ii.oi.ov
3
bfioiov.

"|mv..., again
elaborated

idprjvovv

cwfiaTa.

to

adhuc.recessit.

and

Kal

iXOeiv

o5?
rjfi.epa'; BtrjVTXeiiMoy(^0rjpd";,

similar

^ajJiire,cf. Verg. Aen.


mollis
violae,
florem, seu
guentis hyacinthi cui neque

avT"v
Kal

KpefirjaeTai

iirav0oii"Tris.

12

dep/MOTepa

tovtoi,";

need

Attic

future

for

Kpefi.6,"ret.

Kpe/iwfi.a'.

312

y^povra
av6po"irov, probably
yipiav is a substantive, cf. 4. c. 19
20
iv5p6s yipovros, i. c.
arSpbs
6t\Itov.
So
in c.
drdpdTrovs
15
and
oUh-as
c.
29 dvdpdyirovsyeiapin Homer,
//. 16.
701)5. Common
See
L. and
263 "vdp"inros 65"ttjs.
S.
ck

L.

avBponros, I. 4.
(luis irCnios, /ui"s=TW(is.

and

S.

iripSi^ pAv
Cf. the

use

eh,

g.

efs
of

unus

4.

Ar.

Av.

See
1292

/cdirTjXoslino/iA^eTo.
in Latin, Petron.

8,9]

DAPHNIS

stranger
the

the

seen

all round

was

the

escaped
And

Lamon

and
horror

aloud

wailed

will

but

return,

you

to

Will

Marsyas

mourned

grace

no

come

26

servus

29.

How

his

their

and

tears

for

longer

And
and

harm

Chloe

spent

the

Cic.
interpellavit,
sicut

unus

paterprea

the

do

when

he

thy

garden
has

seen

like

servant

still hotter

too,

as

if his

wailed

the

SiifvrXa, a
bitterness

the
in

Latin,

ilium

as

Non.

ifi.

to

her

of

cum

diem,
9.

as

6.

strong

quantis

exanclavi
p.

should

grief

bound
punishment was
Met.
Ov.
alive,
flayed

for

Daphnis

master

in

they
but

of

think

to

that

and

flowers

their

of

vana

often

show

fell

9.

to

blooms,

'

familias

loquor.
Map"rvav, Marsyas for
us
suming to challenge Apollo
the
with
lyre was
contest
quished by the god and then

mighty

livelong day

de

will

year

Oh

and

Daphnis

prayed

now

will

poor

and

fate

the

Spring

of

hoary-headed

pine-tree,aye

this

132

will he

What

the

these

so

hyacinths,

chaplet.

can

be

summer

eyes' delight

have

to

you.

fall

the

for

pity

thine

hang

doom.

never

I.

will

not

being hanged

Orai.

you

done

no

own

unus

bud

not

bloom

now

on

At

9.

their

he

had

goats

will

thy joy?

master

my

it .'

and

uprooted

not

and

and

his

in

you

fate

cruel

has

no

them

on

how

roses,

still,

brilliantly.

settle

narcissus

poor

you

thou

thy playmates

poor

had

and

dolefullyand

will

hadst

Dionysus,

chaplets

but

but

again,

come

my

scoundrel

back,

come

Ah,

'

you,

mischievous

some

hummed

violets, what

! poor
! and

down

would

soil

flower

shone

its hues

bees

the

the

gleamed,

and

ground,

ever

where

yet

Alas,

wept,

charm

its

of

it bloomed

the

on

trampled

trodden

mud

thought they

he

been

trampled

157

have

would

too

ravished

and

ever

CHLOE

been

ravager,

though lying

he

ruin

had

garden

AND

if she

pine and
382-400.
of

word

grief.

Cf.

aerumnis
Enn.

ap.

THE

58

STORY

T]Sr]Ad"f)viv ^XeTTovaa

OF

'^Stjvvkto^

koI

fiaanyovfievov.

6 ^iiBpofio^ avroli;
dp')(oixevri'i

IV

[Book

on
dirrjiyyeXKev,

fiev

Sea-TroTrji;
neO^ "q/jLepa's'
d(pi^eTatrpeli, o oe
TTjOetTySuTepo?
aiiTov
t^? eTrtoiJo-T;?
r)v virep
7rat5
"Trpoeiai,. aKeyjrii}ovv
xal

avfi^e^TjKOTmv

tS"v

koivwvov

6
^vSpo/Mov -rrapeXd/jL^avov'

aiiTO'i a-vfiirpd^etv
iTnjyyeWero

Ka\

*H"e

10.

Koi

avTov,

Tvddwv,

iroB"v

avrov

drv^rj

yepovra

Kal

iKeirlav

TTjv

Kal

tov

fiev

Be

Ta

TraTTja-av,
avTm

rd

6|io7d\aKTos,foster-brother.
unusual
the word

number

Cf.

where.

it

Maurae

coUactea

children

foster-brothers

10.

or

An

found

else-

words

col-

Juv. 6. 307
Frequently
brought up as
proved to be

Maura.
were

and

faithful to their young

most

who

is

Latin

the

lacteus, coUactaneus.
slave

e"f)T)
irapai/rrj-

avTOt

eirl

this

Be

to

tovtoi";

iropoo-iTOs,
for his services

patron

obtained

to

free

masters.

Sc.

Gnathon

7]vj(pvT0

rvdSoiv,

of

companion

where

his

and

master

board

in

'

his

he

was

dinner

Charicles,

SovXos.

Gnathon

c.

used
So

Ter.

jaw, alEur. fragm.


Cf. descrip-

1 1

and

in the

Ter.

"un.

16,

c.

himself.

describes

gula are
glutton.'

in

yvaBuv,

gluttony

yva9ov

284.

and

Gnatho

so

From

tion

and

8.

Eunuch.
to

have

to

seems

Becker's

See

6, N.

luding

/care-

MvpToXT)' Ad(f)vii;

case

hunter.

exel

co";

iTnrav,

KoreKXacrav,

fiev

oiKTeipei

been
singular,the plural form of
fairly independent
being usually 6,i")7d\aK7-es, probably merely a toady

which

in

iSouv

dyadd Adficov Kal

Ta

ovBev

iXOwp
irapaBeiirov

tw

dvcopv^av XvOevre';.

iravra

oiKreipai

Trdvra.

t"v
Karijyopija-eiv

Kal

Be6evTe"; i^v^piaav

eVi

dvO"v

Kal

irarepa

Ad"f"viBi

rm

iKerevev

KaraXeyet
Kal

rmv

Koi

tov
6py7J";e^apTrdcrat.

avrai

'A"7Tv\o9

dtrcoKeiav

TTjv

a-ecrrai

re

he

^vpw/ievov

irwycova

KaTairecrwv

irarpwa'}

dBiKTja-avTa'afia

"7rapa"TtTo";

o
dpTi,yeveio"!,

fxev,

eKoXeiTO,) rov

yap

Kal

ittttov

Adficov d(ia rfj MvprdXr}

Be

T"v

iTriroV

o/ioya-

"B9

eiroirfaav.

iirl

'AcrTv\o";

iirl

ovTO";

{tovtI

"jraKai.

irpo

fiev

oecrTrorrj,

veq"

tw

Tt/tiw/tei'o?

"^/juipa'?
"yevo/jLevT)"; ovtwi;

KoX

'KaKTO";-

Ad"f)vioi

rm

wv

evvov";

crv/i^av ofioXoyrjo'aiirporepov

to

nraprivei

Be

rov

yva"/ji7)v

rr)v

ei?

ya"rri}p

same

way,
a.

2.

33

i6o

Se

THE

S"pa
iv

koX

SpviOa^

ra

fiorpv; eVt Kkruiarmv,


firjXa iirl KXdScov.
ical dvdoa/iiai oivo"s Aeaj3io";,iroOfjvai
Bcopoi,"!

TOK

oivo";.

11.

Br)'AaTvXo"i

fiev

Xayco"v,

12.

ffvrj yvd0o";xal

aWo

Be
'ETreTjfpei

koI
Se

^evr]";
ijSoi'^?.o

Vvddcov, ola fiadmv ecrOieiv dvOpcovov


ovBev

irepldrjpav

Tpvifjwv del

veavia-KO'; kov

irKov"7io";

oca

KaX

ravra

eTrrjvei

etV rbv dypov el";diroXavaiv


d"f"i'yfi6vo";

Kal

IV

[BOOK

ipi"f"ov";,
Tvpov^,

irpoaeKOfiia-ev

KoXXiaroi

ei'xe

OF

avT"v,

e/cyova
rjv

STORY

iriveiv ei"sfi.ed'qv

/cat

yaaTqp.

koI
Bi,a\e')(6rjvai'Ao-tvXw
iroWa
riXiri^eB"pov Tov Ad^vtv e^etv jrapd
veavvaKov
Kal fieyaXa ")(apii^e"T6ai
OeKovTO's.
too

xaipov

rov

Tore

13.

o^v

fxev

"^Bw^dr]'

ovk

Atovvao(j)dvrj";
afia

rfj KXeapiari],

KTTjv"v,

dvSpwv,

oiKer"v,

\6yov

(TvveTarTe

iroXioi:

XaaOai

deoi's eOvaev,
'fifiepa
Kal

Aiovvao)

Kai

SpviSas, perhaps
opviOes

eiA

dvSoo-fiCas otvos,
"v8offfilav, I.

See

c.

2.

L.

fine
and

in
c.

c.

on

them

as

'

iiraaiii,where

508 K"KKwT,
irdXaiol
irapaiToii/nccoi ol
iiraivG)'
Kai
kAWutt,
^Xryoi'
Schol.

'

de

cena

facio

invitation.

Plaut.

Most.

5. 3.

gratiam, declining

iirairia

Syntp.

and

Ital.

prep.

je

vous

grazia.
in

2.

cf.

t.

as

(x"

w.

^ai-

i.

KXijffiv, Cf.

toIi;

c.

12-13;

d/i^il

15

dpuFTOv elxov.

refiised.'
presents, (2)
S. ivaiviw, III.
Arist.

'iiT'jvovv.'So

Xen.

t^v

remeicie

for

28.

Ran.

fiev

irdai

koivov

6ijpavXoyuuv,

32.

note

see

Iir^vei,(i) praised

11.

object,

an
povvres

fin.,cf. lirjXa iwl K\a.duv,

oXir/oti Kal

ttj Trpatrr)

koI
i^v/i"f"ai'i

26

u.

kXthuCtuv, as

iv

'irXov"7io"i

irpoeo'rdaiv dypoiKia";,A.i]fi7)Tpi
Kal

in

dfiiX-

fieipaKioi';

o?"to"; iXdmv

oaoi

Tlavi

as

Kal

KaXo^

Kal

?Xetot.

Porpvs

being

Kal

ovBel'; erepo?.

to?

tovto

fjv Be 6 Aiovvcro^avrji;fieaai-

Bvvdfievo";,a)0\A

"XpTjarof

irokvs

Be

fierd

yap

'^v d6pv^o";

Kal

yvvaiK"v.

fiaKpov.

fiiya";Be
"^Br],

fiev

irpoa-rjei

is found

9
an

with

cf.
|^vi)S
ijSovTJs,

2.

c.

12

iv

JeKUff

Tipifict.
Hes.

so

Yacrn)p,

itoipivii aypavKoi,

yaaripcs
Stob.

olov.

kAk

Eur.

62. 15 oOtu

fragm.

yap

yivos- yaariip diravra.


Non.

dones,

vivite

119
vivite

ventres.

26
Theog.
iXiy^ea,

Kaxbv

50, ap.
Soi\b""

Lucil.

lurcones,

ap.

come-

gifts of
of

of

kids, cheeses, fowls


still

grapes

their

choicest

time

drunkenness

have

word

him

and

lavish

his

no

the

Dionysus,
13.

Tg

to

into

pleasure.

gluttony

and

belly.
his

for

hoped

chance

to

get Daphnis

to

man

was

generous

the

planned

guard
Pan

and

koXos, Villoison

growing

the

Nymphs,
of

word.
notes

that

of
c.

and

LoDgiis
this

fine

seems

in

in

honesty

he

to

be
it

all

to

Demeter

then

combination

and

men

sacrificed

countryside, to

the

Homeric
an
|i"raiir6X.ios,

longwinded

younger

he

was

serving-men

already

was

of his arrival

the

wife

Dionysogreat

surpassed by few,

was

day

for

and

challenge

to

highDionysophanes ;
of these rich Lessounding names
bians, cf Me^a/cX^s, c. 35.
i.e. iumenta,
riding
KTi)v"v...,
and draught-cattle. Notice
animals
the strong
asyndeton, cf. 2. c. 34
^Soi)"ri)S.
veiioiaris,TToifoi/ffijs,

L.

of

noble, his features

was

he

notice

(ifyas

eager

come

arrived, and

he

on

ready

On

had

opportunity,

no

later

KXtapCoTT], the

Kal

wine

all the

of

sumpter-beasts

stature

ever

who

gods

on

graciously,

change

feats

for he

Dionysophanes

his

one.

waiting

Cleariste

among

in riches

rivalry:

but

had

wife

Now

spirit

in

in

was

with
who

man

gullet and

was

he

but

but

grey,

apples

gifts.

his

women,

speech.

hares

revel

Astylus,

in his

confusion

and

and

presents

present, since the young

and

all

he

However

phanes

and

was

with

as

13.

the

he

from

stalks

these

young

skill

only

Besides

bunches

young,

all,fragrant old Lesbian

hunting

to

discover

to

Gnathon's

12.

of

i6i

their

their

on

rich, luxurious

country

But

and

received

Astylus
his

gave

spiritof

by

best

CHLOE

bouquet.

And

11.

the

hanging

boughs, and,

then

AND

DAPHNIS

10"13]

and

sent

the

very

fond

occurs

Kal koX^,
ir6\i.s...t/,eya\ri

i.

c.

iraiSLov

fiiya Kai KoKSy, i. c. 28


fi4ya xal Ka\6v, 2.
23
Kal xaXal, 3. c.
/leydXai ywaiKes
29
fieydXovsKal itaXotfr,
rpayovi
3. c. 33
lieipoKiov

u.

Koi Ka\6v.
iii.rj\ov...ii^a

afuWairOai
bear

Some

passive, still
comparison with....'
as

'

II

take
able

to

wapov(Tiv

rh.

tov

avXaKi,

Seiaov

ra?

iv

TOV

op"v

to.

Be

eh

Koi

ahroXiov

to

koX

rrjv

Ad/uova

tov

KaTrfKJOe

alya"s o^ofievof;

re

to?

irapd-

'A"ttu\o9

av9a"v

irepiTTtot

weSia

/lev

eKevdepov dtfyijcreiv
ivriyyeXXeTO.

ravra

/lera

Koi

kXij/iuti, tov

raiv

iire-

r^fiepaK

Se

KoXKei

iirfiveLKoX

aWat?

xal

a/iTreXow? iv

ve/ioVTa.

jiXoi) fiev o?iv

14.

alBeaOelcra
\da-iov

6
"f)o^7]0eiaa,

koi

e^vyev o'^Xov toctovtov

Trjv vXrjv

619

Be

ei"nriKetBep/ia
A.d(f)vi,";

alyoi e^o)crfievo";,
"jr'qpav veoppa^

t"v

KaTO,

wfKov

/jlIv

i^7]pT7)fi4voi,
KpaT"v Ta?9 -xepaXv d/i^0Tepai";,Ty
yaXad-qvov^. et
dpTiTrayeK Tvpow,
Tjj Be epi(^ov"i
'AttoWwi'

oto^

"S(j)67)
Ad"l)vi";.avTot

TrXrjo-del^evevere
epv6'i]fiaT0";
'

crii fiev

opa";

Be

Kal

Be
aOpava-TOt; ireiroiriKe
aKovovarai

yovv

15.

Yiapovffa Be

TO

three
of ^K
ircwTa

Adiiuvos

ToO
I

and

2.

c.

on

c.

in
3.

the

cf.
iv

ra

KepaTa

fiova'iKd"i'
(rvpiyyo";

i.

c.

use

23

Kapirois,

Xritms.
3.

c.

31

'iroi/ihav.
06(3u tQv ayepilix'^''
cf.
i.
c.
SepfLa...,
(rttrupav^
3.
cf.
iveiHiyvv,
"nipotiB,
opTnro7"is
Tupois ^iraySs, 4. c. 6.
c.
33, and
28

'AiroXXuv,

have

we

For

cf.
cXevSepov oi|nj"r6iv,

14.

^pya, Ipr/aas

parallelgroups.
denoting condition,
iv Ak/m^, 84vdpa

ireSla, iv

SoOXos

c.

14.

(iJvir"8Co...,again

rpayov;.

Xeyo/j,evoi,(;
r) KXeapicrrr)iretpav

tok

XcTTaTO.

KpaTi)p

c.

cf. 3.

Bvo

irdvra?

iroiovari

?"m|(r" Kparfipa,

Kal

avTd"i

Bexa
Kai

aliro-

xal

vefieiv,

Xdaiai
Tpi')(a,'i

Ta"{

twv

Kal

ireiroiijKev
eKUTOv

croi,

Xiirapai

0)9

BeBcoKa";

ifioiirevTijKovTa

Bwpa-

alywv

'

Tpdyov^, 0UT09

TO

irpoTeiva"ird

Karw

^v,

eltrev ovBev, dXKa

ovv

Ad/juov, ovTO"i,'eltre, a-oi,BecnroTa,

\o9.

2.

fj,ev

iroTe

TOiocrBe

Aao/jbiBovTiOrjTevcov i^ovKoXTjae,

Tore

6 Be

IV

[BOOK

Adfia"vo"iepya.

{ireplyap
avekdfi^avev), i^Bero

aiTiav

OF

Kparrjpa, rat'; Sk

ecTTTiae

ffKoirei

iv

STORY

THE

l62

Poseidon
that

himself

//.

tended

had

in
as
ox\ov..."J"opr|9"to-o,

nine

herds

years.

Eur.

of
Ak.

443-9

sajang
the walls

built

for

the

21.

Phoebus

Laomedon,
Troy
*ot;8e, ai S' elMroSas
^ovuoXieffKes. So too
of

iiv.
i.

he

Horn.

addresses

and

I.

iKiKas

Apollo
Admetus
i

448
/SoCs
had
for

Apollo

DAPHNIS

13"15]
winebowl
he

round

made

visit

and

furrow

AND

to

all who

stood

to

Lamon's

farm

well

the

beauty (and Astylus


the

flowers

on

the

sight

and

make

to

the

crowd
in

from

hanging
And

Apollo

if

surely

he

his

head

this

for

thee

sleek

how

hearken

to

Aye,
pipe

do

and

oh

IrK-qv

Tpawetav alveaai

Beds

and

me,

terror

at

wallet

new

yeaned

hand

one

He

uttered

cheeks

Lamon

and

from

and

ten

kids.

oxherd, then

as

sires

them

bent
'

My

with

two

he

them

has

and

and

coats

not

he

said

see

sound,

music

they

will.'

present and

dvej^-^rei
to,
S.

and

he

in

taught

was

this

held

shaggy

his

of

waiting,

Fifty she-goats

has

he

after

his

over

their

Cleariste, who

Sdi/iar''AS/iTirciiv

iyui dffaaav

to

full

ruin

new-sewn

now.

dams

with

are,

his

Then

15.

they

give

he

gifts,while

hundred

horns.

unbroken

loq.

thou

in

stood

other

spread

his

And

Laomedon

thy goatherd.

is

didst

he-goats

blush

offered

and

master,

reared

as

with

Daphnis

as

in

delighted with

Daphnis

the

served

ever

appeared
but

word,

cheeses, with

made

fields

goatherd.

shoulders, and

his

the

for the

modesty

goatskin,

shaggy

the

but

morrow

industry, promising

long.

and

the

garden

was

Lamon's

wood,

saw

blame

fied in maiden

the

On

he

master

ere

goats

had

into

clothed

fresh

the

by.

the

The

old

163

vines, the

taken

freeman

Chloe

14.

had

praised

visit

to

went

trained

himself).

him

CHLOE

had

heard

efooyniirOTa.... See

L.

\nrap6s, II.

rd

aSpavo-roi,cf. I.
Kcpara
avvreK4pas...ffpa6eTai.,.Tpiyov
niiffioseuXii/)as'A7r6XX(j)'...^T\aff04(ri

irep

iiv..J^ov(t"bp^ovv^hip,

1. 570

t.

12

rb

Bpavaphiov an4"u"

iv So/ioisyeviadm.
p.rjKovbii.as

cf. 3. c.
cKaTov...,
XiirapaC, (i) cf.

iJXei^e Koi
(2) better

good

and

Tos
=

29
c.

to

Kcpara

rplxo-s iSepaTeve,

nitidus,

sleek

dtirXairiovas.

of

condition.

animals
Cf.

in
c.

for
)i.ov(nKds,
the

rd

this

Kcpara.

following chapter cf.


Tcis
/SoCs ^XV

iiraiieuffa

aKoXovBeip..., and
d/coi/ouiri.

1.

and

sentence

c.

30

i.

c.

29

0'"'/"Tyos
note

on

THE

i64

STORY

xal

Xa^eiv,
\e')(j9evT0^
iiredvfiijcre
tov
olov

al^lv

rail;

e'itoOe

yapieiaOat, ^trwra
Ka6La-ai

T^9

"jrripa"; rrjv

alye";earrjaav

Kal

iavpicren

trweSpafiov.

ovSe

Kal

TrdvTcov

dveX66vTe"i

wv
Ad^viBi dcf)'

'O

16.

8e

tSfioaeKaXw
et?

ireicra"; Tov"i

tw

Aiovvcrov

TOV

15.

Be

eveKa

Heliod.

S^ffia

8e...

"ye\r)Sbv

ivl

Villoison

oi Bcarai.

AeiA.

T^v

g.

c.

virpav

14

/tfK
ivarpi01

ol 5e ireplrhv
vofiia KiixXous
dyepchxovs i^e\iTTovT"S, TToifieviKbv
rbv
Kpttp.vbv.
Biarpov eireSeiicvveav
XOi'Tcs,

rm

yd/iov

rov

tov

irepiirarovvTa
Kal

eh

dvayaymv

rtis irr)pas

Ik
c.

3.

9,

irTipas,

tov

Be

2-

v..

Iv^Soikc,as

irpoKofiCo-as,
as

cf. note

but

vofiiov,

TO

spectators,

fiovcriKa)'

KaTe^LXei. tov
')(elpa";
Bpa, Kal Xeyetv KeXevovTC!

TavTa

6^a.Tpov,he ranged them


uo-TTcp
him
round
as
though they were
cites

ra

^Sero yev6fievo";

rev^eaOai

rjv

VvdOwv

iroBai; Kal

vecav

iroffffi TT^StXo.

the

aiiroXipKal

irapaBelaq)^vXd^a^

eXiiara /caXa,

re,

aXXoi

ovv

Kal
dfj,"j)l
dpiarov el')(pv

eveXTriv

Courier
cites Horn.
x'"""-"'
iffaoi
-xXaaiav
i6.
re
ii.iv
79

yyrGivd

re

ovr"o

tk

av

KXeapicrrT],Kal

rj

Kal
fjuerdtjj? XXoi;? rjffdie

irvpffavo/ievov,
Tivo";

Od.

iroS"v

rmv

rjcrOiov
eTrefiyjrav.

Sea-iroTai}.

ev

elSev
ol

ovri

re

eiravXiv

ttjv

Kal
daTVKrji;oyjraprvcria';

'Aa-TvXov

irpoai6vTO";,

\vkov

olKeTa"i
dv6peoirov"}

"irdvre";iOavfia^ov Kal

Kal

apd/ievai.

oXiyov dvaKXtjTiKov e^Oey-

Beairorov.

aTToBwaeiv

oXlr/ov

fiev

Ke^aKa^

Be, wairep

fier

irpo

^*

ivefiovrovewaaai
ddpoai KareK\i6r{"rav.

"7ret,6ofievov";
irpoa-Toy/MaTi

B"pa

irpcSra

ai/rov
i^eXdovaai t^s uXi;? irXtja-lov

Kal

^aro'

Se

ai,ye";

ai

ofi)fieX,o"i'at

vXrjv Kare^vyov.

TTjv

(yvpicravTi

'"^^
rjj (j"'rjy^

vtro

ra?

iveStoKe'

aidi"! Xtyvpov

KOTO).

Kal

vofiiov'

to

Aa^viv

top

vtrohrifiaTa.o

irpoKOfiiaa'i

trvptyya

ai

Kal

etra iveirvevae

eh

')(XalvavKal

"arirepOeaTpov, crra?

avrov"i

iveirveva-e'

KeXevet

avpiaai,koX eTrayyeWeTat
koi

IV

[BOOK

OF

koX

on

in

t-^s

18.
see

in

iroi^vixis,2.
c.

3 ivdiSivri.

i;.

28.

Koirbv

pAos.

o.vaK\T|TiKdv,military term,
ivax^ririKiv "nifuilveiv,
or,
Cf.

2.

c.

37

cf.

to

ffoKwll^eiv.

iiripi"r"...dvaK\TiTi,Kdv

lis iin{iiTuv.

dvOpuirovs olK^ras,
dvSpuTov,

t.

8.

see

on

yipovra.

IS,

DAPHNIS

i6]

old

Lamon's

bade

Daphnis pipe

some

him

coat

Daphnis

them

set

wallet

stood

call,and
then

with

and

enticed

music

gambolling

vowed

homestead

portion
And

until

his

dxoSuo-civ,
the
that

the

airo-

he

promised gift by

had
his

due

were

earned

11.

food

out,
idea
to

the

cf.

vepl

of

the

again

soft

there

than

were

Cleariste

the

handsome

And

then

herd
goat-

returning

Chloe

dainties

meal

and

and

they

dressed

Gnathon

But

shrine

master

watched

and

16.

dimiKT)S,

this form

d"rTiKTJsis often

and

kissed

inquired

friend

for

city

garden,

the

in

his

ing

in

their

persuading

of

of

his

spell-

found

in

MSS.

refined cookery,
oi|iapTii"r"os,
toB

skill.

stood

with

Dionysus'
when

together,

morning

walking

into

there:

Daphnis.

to

high.

rose

points
gives the

d|i.4"Vdpio-Tov elxov,
6-/ipavetxe, c.

of

hopes

feet, and

their

tasty

Astylus

presents
as

the

Seller

as

compound

Daphnis-

the

him

and

hands

shared

suit

drew

he

fare

their

found

he

took

pasture-

readily obey

more

music.

their

with

their

grant

then

of

he

and

fashion,

skill in

goats

frolicking and

more

to

the

the

and

all that

promise

they

delighted

were

her

from

close

wood,

none

his

pipe

them

woods,

slaves

art, and

such

had

16.

warn

And

keep

to

the

sent

to

his

at

who

to

no

commands.

astonished
who

feet

his

at

lord's

their

note

the

And

pastured

and

lay

from

them

his

piped

all

the

goats,

took

it,and

he

low

and

out

they

fleeing to

them

sent

heads

shrill,piercing

then

and

his

to

ring

lightly on

call

clear

sweet,

anon

wolf

their

in

worth

sandals.

and

drawing

lifted heads

bent

they

at

oak, then

their

strain

cloak

him

165

test

to

known

and

first breathed

he

there

well

round

the

beneath

stand

to

CHLOE

fain

praises, was

promising

his

AND

of the

Aiovvo-ov

park,

c.

vecov,

3.

in the

centre

i66

THE

Kal

STORY

inrovpyijo'eiv
ofivvovrov,

"^^
'Beairora, 6 ft^XP''

o/ivii^
on

irporepov

Kal

'

OF

fi6vr}"s
T/saTrefi;?
TJj? o"?)? ipdov,o
(hpaiorepovoXvov

firiMveariv

S'

aKOvtuv
"f"v\Xa Trjv Ad"f"viSo^

/cat

vefi6fi6vo"i.
(TV
Ti)TOV

Be

viKrjaov.

epmTa

ifiavTov diroKTevoo'

ei Be

Kal

Oeov, ^i^lBiov \a^a)P

"Tvpi"y"yo"i

VvaOcava

awaov

aii

aol

fiij,

kuI

"tov

tov

icrOioifii

iroav

yevofievo'i

roaov-

Ij^Bvwv,

"q/iipa^,
Kpeav,

at^

av

yepovTOi.

xairoi

yevofj-ai

ov

irapaaKeva^ofievcoveKaerri}^

fieXiTtofidrtov,
^Sem?

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Twv

IV

[Book

Kal

etrofivvfii

rov

ifwv
Tpo4"fj"!

TvaOavdpiov,

KaXiaei^

ovKert

atfr-

tov

ri}v yaa-repa
ifiTrk^a-a^
Be

eKeivtp

iiir

"(TirepeloiffeK iraC^tovdeL'
dvrecryeKXdovri,

OvK

17.

^tXovvTi

veavL(TK0";

irapa

TraTpoi

tov

Kal

ai6L"; tovi

dXX'
/ieya\6(f)piov,

iirjjyyeiXaToKal

7r6Ba"; Kara-

airrjaeiv

KO/jLiaeiv

et?

ttjv

avTov

nroXiv

SovXov.
'O

18.

Bo"i
6

Be

Be

BiaXe^eTai. dKOvaa";

Kal
Ei/Spo/UrOS

veaviaKov,

to.

yevq(TeTai

tolovtov

KaKeivw

Kal

TO,

Be

ovv

fiev

dyadov

efiirapoivqfia

KaraXiyei

iravra

Ad"j)vi"ieKirXayel^

ToXiirjaat,"f"vyeiv,
r) dirodavelv,
6 Be Adfiiov

eKKaXvTTTeiv

cf. 3. c. 7 rpiire^aveXxo".
Tpair^{i)S,
otvov
Y^povTos, yipovTos is ad=

Fvadfovo^

iravra

irpoaKaXea-dfievo^

elirev,'eo
MvpTaXriv, 'Ol^xpfieda,'

ttjv

See
jectival TToXoioB.
wpetr^drepov, 2. c. i.
dv aE$...,cf. note
"ffiias
I.
c.
aXi,
14.
iiJTTT|Toy{para, cf.
Kparti, 2. c. 7.

iraTplireplAd^vi-

ainiKa

KaXXo'i,

KaKeLvrjv Xa^fov.
f^KeiKatpo^

yvvai.

Tm

Ad"f)Viv "f)iXoovw?

el
dy^Bo/ievo's

Ad/j,mvi. 6

"^"u Tfj"; avXrj"!

Xej^devra Kpv^a

to,

tov

fiev

eyivoxTKev dfia Trj XXoj;


KOivcovbv

iv

eireTripei, Kaipov,

note

on

note

on

el0"

on

to

KpvirTd,

epT/fioi Be ai

"rol,Villoison
suggests "r^,supposing the parasite to be flattering
his master
by invoking his 'genius,'
in flatteryswore
the Romans
as
by
the 'genius' of the emperor.
Villoison
cites
rvaSuvdpiov,
6
Theocr.
xo-P^""' 'A/iapvWl,
w
3.
tJ /i oiKtri
/car' Avrpov waptovto

i68

THE

Kal

aiye^

ovS" el

Nf/t^a?,

OF

dW'

Trdvra'

Xof/ra

to,

STORY

on

Kai

otra

yvcopla-fiaTa.'

ra

Ol

T^v

Ad(f)viv649

Kal

Kal

TToXiv

ixelvov

avrol";,

'ActtvXov

on

Bmcreiv

Kal

Kal

Hdva

rov

on

yevia-6ai.
"jratSlcov

iiTTO

eda^jraiv

Kal

airora,

Povs
10
ap.
useless
as

the

in the

rw

aiira

evpov

"7rarepe";

irpea^vreptov

Kal

fievov

dXXoi

dXriBrjXoyov

aXi"; ep^orre?'

(f)vXdrr(o'rir)(r)";yap

avXCu, cf. Cratin. Del.


of
Hesych. jSoCs ii" aiiKiif,
who
left
behind
are
people

stall

and
:

so

weak

cattle

Suid.

T.

in
"ruvcKKeC|i,eva,

irav-

yjrevcrofiai.ovk

M^vprdXi) /Mjrrjp
ro

eym

are

I.
,

i.

c.

we

left

p. 449.
have

iTrofivvfit

Be

iraiBlov,i'cro)?
eKKel-

evpov

diroOavovaav

e-Koir^cre
fir)rp6";
epya.

yvapiafiara o-vveKKei/ieva'
ofioXoya,

Iv

old

irore

e^edrjKav rovro

"rrepiKri'irip"^iXS)v on
Kal

ovBev

^v Kal
e/j,ri";
rpe(j"6/j,evov

01709

dvT

Bvo

'"A.kov"tov,

fjp^aTO XeYew*

eifilAd"pviBo";irarrfp, ov'S' evrv'^rjae

avn

ofioBovXov e^ovaiv

koXov

Nvfi(j"a";,
ea?

ra?

evrjy-

6 A.dfMov,

evravda

dvBpo"; yepovro^

irapa

M.vpToKijv

depairevaei,Xocttov

ahroXovi.

avroK

aiTri(Ta"i
"fjBofievmv,
Xoyov
Beairora,

rr)v

Kal

BiBaxri'

TraTrjp

Ad"j"vi";'
iTrrjyyeXXero Be

rpdymv

rjBrfcTVveppvrjKOTtav

Taji/

Be

Kal

ovra

re

Tvddwvo";

vtto

hiha'xdfjvai,
hvvdfievov."xaipwv 6

Kal

aly"v

KaXov

eo?

ra^eo)?

Adficova
fieTa7reiiyjrd/jLevo";
rov

yeXi^ero

irdXiv

irarpl Trpoapvel^ alrei

ra

KUTayayelv,
Kal

dypoiKba'iKpeirrova
dtrrvKO,

TO,

dirrfKOov etVft)
a-vvOe/jievoi

fiievTavra

A.a-TvXo'i a'X^oXrjvdyovrt

TOP

oDCKa

tTiwirrjaofiai,

eKKeifievovepS),koX oiray^ rpec^tofievov


firivvcra)
eiipov avveKKeifieva SeC^m. irapaa-Keva^e/j,oifiovov

19.

Se

ov

evpov

evrpeTTT)

ra?

Kai

iv avXiqt KaraXeiTrefiiWo) /Sou?, "f"aa-iv,

e"rTXv
(rdai,Tr/v Ad"f"vi,Bo'i
rv')(7jv ^rt?
Kai

Tlava

/id rov

ov

IV

[BOOK

Be-

fiei^ovo^ rf Ka"

ea-n

avveia-eShiTa.
of haste as
irpoo-pvefe,
pvi/Kdrav,infra : so ^wippei,
19.

amiep-

i,.

dvSpos

\fpovTos,

note

see

23.
on

8.
yipovros iyffpiliirov,
c.

ovS'

tiTi\r]Ti,cf.

3.

c.

32

oiSiv

DAPHNIS

i8, 19]
secret

our

the

Pan

but

by

old

bullock

and

fetch

him

in

for

youth

his

them

he

the

besides

and
take

his

hearing

he

with

slave, but
'

Hear,

task

lips.

my

Myrtale
older

found
mine
in

my

lying

him

(and
own

with

begged

master,

by

such

to

for

leave

man's
that

in

garden)
the

I still preserve

for

return

babe.
the

her

and

nor

yet

mother's

is my

clues, for they

yvvcuKl.
ioiKws...fMSdi"r7i
s^^irre^di'dxre
4vircpiKTJir(ii...,cf.c.

suckled

rhv
c.

give

perchance

but

by

I, I only
of

goat

her

treasure-tokens

tale, my

master,

jewels

t^s
t6,"I"ov
24.

pass

love, I buried

some

are

by

swear

fortune

who

boy,

said

shall

did

to

fellow

and

round

fair

word

parents,
the

Astylus

speak

father

of

goatherds

tale

to

instead

so

to

in

gladly

crowded

have

false

I found

This

had

learn

Myrtale

serve

two

no

enough, exposed

lying abandoned,

to

true

Some

son.

good

father

and

them

slaves

Daphnis'

not

am

His

his
take

to

quickly

be

went
to

and

henceforth,

were

old

an

Nymphs

the

sons

they

they

Daphnis,

would

you,

me.'

for

handsome

give

to

do

hastened

for

should

the

show

formed
had

of

I found

And

ready

were

that

all the

that

Lamon

my

had

joy

my

and

Pan

And

be

an

secret

also

for Lamon

news

promised

place.

him.

city life.

sent

herding goats, Daphnis'

once

with

too

of

and

good

tell how
will

life and

the ways

request

the

begged

was

left like

keep

Astylus
and

abandoned,

I be

and

to

plans

peasant

charge

granted
tell

hour
for

mere

Gnathon's

tokens

these

town,

will

be

may

not

exposed

the

leisure

the

to

him,

Meanwhile

again.

father

reared

that

Now

indoors

but

I found

wife, go
19.

longer

any

169

though

stall, I will

and

treasure-clues

farm

Nymphs,

the

in

exposed

my

the

CHLOE

all my

and

goats

Daphnis' story
him

AND

oi6s.

of

See

on

and

higher
iyeybvav,

THE

I70

STORY

'AtrrvKov
"TV/jil3oXa.

ly/ia?

'O

20.

TvdOa)vo";

Be

ovv

/lev

a^iJKe BaKpva.

avrov

ouj^

cuyajBovBeffTTOTOV'

Kal

elirmv

Be Fva^oji/o?

tov

IV

Bvvafiai "jrepuBetv
yevo/ievov.

ov

Ad/icav ravra

fiev

[Book
SovKov

eivai

olKerrjv icaXov

virepTj^avai KaXov
irapoivrjiia

OF

koI
iaiwirrjcre

woWa

dpaavvofievovKot 7rX,ijya"{

eKTrXayeii
elpr)fievoi"!
fficoirdv eKe\ev"re
TOV
a^oBpa rr}v o^piivet?
fiev Tvddtova
Be Ad/jLWva irdXiv
dviKpive koI
ro^oiroiija-a^'
avTOv
tov
fiv6oK
"TrapeiceXeveTOTaXridr)Xiyeiv,fi/riBe
ofioia TrXaTreti'
aireCKovvTOf;,

iirl

T"

Aiovv"ro^dv7)"i
rot?

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vlov.

"b?

KaTe')(ei,v

de"v

S/Mwe

Be

to?

dTevr)"irjv

eBtBov

Kal

koI

^aaavi^eiv

KaTa
ei

avTov,

i^atrdvi^e
BiayfrevBerai,
Kadrifievr}^Trj"; K.XeapiiTTri";

XeXey/jbiva.

'

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Ti

ei^euSero Adfitov fieXXcDV

av

Xafj,0dveiv uIttoXov^; "rr"";S"

Kai,

ydp eiidv^ rjv airiffTOV,

ov

aiypoiKO"s;

eiiTeXovi

firjTpo";

'ESo/tet

21.

Kal

av

vlov

koXov

av6^

yipovTO^

yeveaOai ;

ovtw

fiavTeveadai iTrtirXeov,dXXd

firj

yvcopla-fiara
a-Kovelv,

el

XafiTrpas Kal

evo^

eirXaaev

ravTa

toiovtov

eK

Ta

'

'^BrjTa

ivBo^oTepa^

tv^V^'
iv

dirrjei/lev M.vpTdXr) Kop-lerovaairdvra, ^vXatraop^eva

eireirp"TO^ Aiovvcro(j)dv7)i;
yXafivBiov dXovpye";,7r6pirr)v
'x^pvaijXaTov,

KOfiiadevTa

TTTjpa TraXaia.

/3Xe7re Kal ISmv

Be

^i^lBiov eXe^avTOKoyiTov, pAya ^orjaai,


KaXel

TTjv

^oa'

'^IXai

vaiBi

Motjoac
eli

ovK

see
irapoCvi||ia,
c.

deaffOfievqv.17

yvvatKa

ov

tovtov;

TavTa

tou?

cf. Arist.

To^oTroieTv ras
most

among

given

under

oi5 yap

vpiirn

"roi

d^pvs.

edd.

ruption for wSe


PairavC{eiv,a
worthless

take
or

as

the

evidence
Greeks

xal

avTrj

torture,

cvrcXovs,
c

MSS.

cf.

3.

c.

32

/liv
30
/laprvpei
have
fv/jTpas.

to
(lavTcvcor^ai,

Aesch.

1366

con-

jectures.

was

revakiuaBa
rirSpis us d\a\iTos;...
verbs
t6
the
two
roirit^iv,
70^

unless

have

practicallythe

As-

make

rb

cor-

oStws.

slave's

xaXXos....
21.

this

fieya

KOfiltrovcrav
"Sito^poav-

d"|"pvv Tolcnroiiitras, /iajjiio-i),


4.

Lys.

BetnroTa'

IBiea
"TVve^e6'^Kap.ev
r]p.el"i

(iTfrpos

n^v

20.

us,

Be IBovaa

wypov";

iinrapoirritia,

on

18.

''fl Zeu

same

iiav-

meaning.

DAPHNIS

19"21]
rank

than

that
to

he

made

should

the
20.

be

Gnathon

of

toy

flood

brazenly

an

and

not

ended

threatened

submit

mislead

to

lieu

in

such

that

21.

So

mere

No

if

but

buckle

and

went

suddenly
his
out

that

wife
'

we

And

cried

he

'

blest

ye
laid

iwiirKiov, written

as
xXa|i^8iov...,

in

as
i.

to

them

with

Oh

mighty

when

she
!

fin.

with

son,

goatherds

fair

youth

no

more

at

and

high

the

time

in

once

to

rank.

noble

their

hiding place
first,

them

scanned
with

golden

ivory handle,

Zeus

'

Then

and

he

called
cried

them

she

too

were

the

treasures

saw

we

sent

Sophrosyne

S"iM^po(nivi)v,cf.
name

weave

wife.'

an

when

have

peasant

so

so

wife

his

Lamon

fastened

These

words.

two

truth, offering

mere

from

sword

our

c.

of

one

truth

stubbornly

treasure-tokens

hue

Fates

beside
also

the

cross-

merely

two

waste

purple

look, and

to

Oh

small

the

have

Dionysophanes

rich

hear

its

humble

to

fetch

to

of
a

his

see

they belonged

little cloak

to

wallet.

old

an

and

he

over

believe

resolved

they

Myrtale

And

could

could

man

then

deceiving them,

might

how

one

old

guesses

judge
in

tale ?

his peace

object could

he

And

hold

invented

to

story

'What

when

one

of

son

him.

gods

but

till Dionyso-

Lamon

were

the

weighed

them,

of

he

if

to

But

all the

by

torture

beside

sat

And

fable

home.

at

swore

to

him

him.

at

him

see

prayer,

blows

story, bade

slave

calmly

again, demanding

Dionysophanes
who

with

thought

handsome

Lamon's

him

glance

son

persisted and
to

the

at

the

spurn

cannot

of

tangled, myth-like

his

keep

to

lord, I

tears

171

Astylus, a

Gnathon.'

Lamon
a

not

drunken

angry

questioned

of

noble

phanes, wondering
shooting

CHLOE

I do

slave

the

and

while

And,

ours.

handsome

AND

Prudence.

the

English

THE

172

a-rreaTeiXafiev

vrjv

"Ert

22.

Xeyova-t)^ avrij^ Kal


Kal

yvcopia-fiaTa^iXovvto^
To?,

'AffTuXo?

edei

Kara

"7W6t9

viro

Ihibv Be

^o"vra,

'Ad^vi,'vo/iicra^
on

avTov

rijvTrijpav
pCifra';
dv,

ttro)?

(Tvvel'i 6

'Ao-TvXos

rrjv

diro

e^oa

vvv

Be

eSei^ev' opa
dXX'

Xtbvre";.

MdXt?

23.

Be

ifj,e
TrpuTov

fierd

TOV

Kal

in

Trjv

Be

ye-

Td';Nvfi(f"ai},

Kal

'Ao-tvXov

tov

iv
irpoaeXdovTa KaTe"f"CXr}a-ev.

iirippelOepaTrointov,

Xoittov
57 P-V'^'VP

fi7]Tepa

etSeb?

ijdeXev
"

pCi|/as6ol|tdTiov,so

in

Z*^''''
avTov.

ovtoi

c.

as

i^eXdelv

"f)va-i';
Taj(^ea)"iTrtareveTai.

ovrw

Nvpufias, Longus

rds
bred
more

with

e"j)iXo"f)po-

Kal
irpoaecrTepvi^eTO

hardly

parenthetical

dXXmv

t"v

irpo

2.

TO

made

have

hero

use

natural

his

this
in

the

folk,
bright
joy.
country
Apol. 27 oniuuri xal irx^/uao't general atmosphere
him
caused
to do so
^aSla/Miaiv "pai5p6s.

Cf. Xen.
Kal

yvaplfffiara

"f"atBpolKal

laai

ea-Tr)

opKov

pi^j/as iyKbu^aiM.

30.
of faces
"j"aiSpoC,
3.

tov

6 TraTrjp,

q5? irdXat

Kaivorarov,

To

Kal

ovk
7repij3oX"Sv

22.
33

rd

Kal

KXdovTe"i.
Trepie^aXXov, KaTe^iXovv ')(aLpovTe"i,
TraTepa

vetTO'

c.

Beairo-

p-e'xpi' vvv

"f"lXr)a-ov
ofivv/Mi

e^iXei,TrXrj0o";
to

"Keivov

TrdvTe^

tS)v

alya elire

Kal

depairaivwv, avTo";
Be

yovel^ ol

etrKTTpa^ei'i,
7rw9

Treptefieive

Tpe')(pvTa
w

'XttjOi,,
Ad(j)vi,/iTjBev

irdXtv'

ttjv

el firj

Ad^vK,

"\lrevBop,ai.'

ov

to9

Adfiwv

Tjfuv

Kal

fieyd\ri";
Trerpas.

rrj';

Kal

6aXa"r-

iTpo"; rrjv

avpiyya

Kav

^ov\6fievo"i

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ev/ae^et?aTroXcoKei

el/ii
dBeX(f"6"i
"yov
(f)0^r]67}"!'
Tai.

fierdmiWa"v

avKXa^elv

Kal

KaivoTUTov,

TO

Ad"f)vi,v
(f)iKri(rai.

tov

deovra

Ad^VK

eavTOv
i^epero pi'yfrmv

"rav

BaKpvov17S01/779

TreptTTJj?

aSe\"j"6^iaTi, pi^a"; Oolfidriov

"B?

6eKmv.

rpex^i,

Ad"f"vii,

ra
Ai,ovvtro"l"dvovq

rov

TrapaSelaov,Trparo';

tov

ravra,

vloi i"rTi

TraiBiov,co'i

ro

avrh

aW'

ovv,

fiev

IV

[BOOK

alya^.'

evefiev

TraTpaa^

OF

aWa

ovtc

ian
rjfikrepov

"l)t\e
avep.
Kal

STORY

but

should

cityyoung
which
is

oath,
mouth

of

the

probably
the
pastoral
inadvertently.
the

of

DAPHNIS

21"23]
to

him

expose

and

is

22.

While

she

his

joy,Astylus

threw

off
him

give

shouting

the

first

kiss.

rushing
his

had

foreseen
take

his

mother

of

joy

vow

speak

no

And

at

23.

while

there
the

father
and
most

kissed

had

23.

ouTos,

like

ipse,

in

garden
had
of

to

eager

Daphnis

others

that

and

Astylus

his wallet
himself

and

pipe

down

of

was

from

all,Daphnis

Astylus

not

Stay, Daphnis, stay

'

and

your

told

us

old
of

the

treasure-clues.

our

mother

first kiss

the

his brother

was

dead, had

has

last, after
ran

by

foster-

Nay,
with

the

is

master

your

come

with

turn

smiles

Nymphs

is
the

very

kissed
of

him

slaves

weeping

caressed

his

in

the

com-

of

with

master

of

the

during
his

up,

joy.

father

them

and

waited

all embraced

and

embraces

long

loved

rushed

they

and

and

meaning

oath, he

them, and

breast

known

solemn

and

throng

all he
his

this

up

laughing

to

airrbs

cried

and

me

of

always

when

transport of

untruth.'

him,

them

hurl

us

mother

tenderly

folding
he

and

too

the

crowd

brother

whole

the

sooner

to

Lamon

Astylus

caress

no

aside

and

your

give

the

flung

again

father

our

into

sea

is your

Dionysophanes

perhaps, strangest

shown

has

but

am

now.

and

look,

and

And

found

father

your

the

design

heart.

in

with

him, he

cliff.

been

only

weeping

than, in fear

towards

towering

and

But

up

no

father.'

speaking

ran

name

catch

to

dashed

the

mon,

and

out

running
and

cloak

and

Daphnis

learning that Daphnis

on

they

are

is ours,

own

and

his

him

espied

still

was

173

These

boy

his

to

tokens

kissing the

was

The

goatherd

CHLOE

fields.

these

in

husband.

other, dear
son

AND

as
so

And

mother,

though

faithful

house,

is

THE

174
Kal

i^eXdOero

XXo???

rjKOvev

avrov

/loi

yap

AaiiiXoi.

eirl

rovTO

avveKdeCi,

TavTa

j3ovXev/iaTa. 6
voaw

ofioia

fiev

fj,ia"!

fjpApa'iairtoXovTO'

p,evo"s

uvtI

Kal

Ad^viSi

TovTo

toXtjv

Kal

"Ert

25.

'

/ie,'etTre,

aTrd^mv
avpiyya

our

Ta";

TO

ovk

fiev

Kal
yap

Se^iov";,
j(pva-6v,

i^aiperov

fiovov

Kal

Mvp-

evep,ev.'

avToi;

a?

ev"f"po-

KaXd"?
dva7rriBri"ra"s
XeyovTo^, Ad"f)vt";
'

avTov

raOra,

eirl

ttotov,

ttjv

efii]V,

irdrep, dvep.vr)aa";.aireifii
ait

irov

Se

iyw

'

oiS' eirixv^^
tlirixn""; c.
19
MvpriXri liip-iip
yeviaBai.

"

kotu

i/o/iiferat.

04709

with

Dionysophanes'

that

Megacles,

of
c.

the
35

tt)p

'HSv

Kade^op^i.'

Contrast

purpose
humane

more

yvuplaiuun

tois

Koaftr^tyaseldus
Sk

"

Ivrd"|"ia,offerings to the dead.


El.
iiiTd4"ui x^P"^"
Soph.
326
Tois

evTavdoi

ra
"

ra?

hi'^^"aat,
irepifievovai

vvv

'

ola

toZi

yap

StBcofitKal Adfimva
'xcopiov

eyry^vuv, plqpf. of yiyova.


the similarity of expression
phrase, a happy father :
0^3^
irarijp
dvyarpiov ytviiydat,

t("ipovaav

(eKoiv yap

ipi^eTe. iroXXrjv
Se olKeTO/;

ttoWou?

alyai,

o?"v

/njTe

ifuXeiTedXXrjXov;

evBaifiovoDV
KT-qp^Ta.

aXXa

oaa

apyvpov,

24.

^aaiXevcnv

KaTaXeiyJrtoyrjv,

irpovoia

'AcrnJXe, /jbipoi;
XvirrjOrj^,
Xrj'sfro-

TrdaTji;t7J";ovaLai;' {KpeiTTOv

j(pr}fidTa)v
ev"Ka

dvydrrrfp

fioi

'X^eipaycoyov';.
e')(a"iJbev

dSeX^ov KrrjfiaovBiv') dXXd

vovaiv

35

a-v

Tvj^i;?aXXa

ical 17

t^s eKdeaemi'

yevo-

yva)pl"TfjMTa

Se

av

Kal

yevo";,

'jrpea^vTepo';
wai^

yap

i^ovXeva-d/ji7)v')
fiijTe

to

koI

Se tt)?

to.

fji,vr)(Ti,KaK'qari";iroTe

fioi

Trarepa

oi/to)?.

i^e9r}Ka ov

ivTd"f)ia.

Xva irXeiov^
icrtodTj^,

Oewv

t,.

iraihlov

to

dXXa

elvai

iKavov

wfiTjv

iraai

ttjv

y(p6vovSieXnrartjp, t"5s ^Ofirjv,evrv')(i)";


eyeyovetv'
vioi; Kal Sevrepa Oi/ydrrjpKal
TrpuTO"s

oXiyov,

T/oiTo?
fievov

Xiyovro^

vioi.
TratSe?,KOfiiSfj
'"Eiyrifia,
w

'

Notice

ct?

iBtov Ka6ea0elv

eyiveTO

xifiiv

iX"cav

Koi

"TroXvTeXfjKal -rrapa rbv

6ovTO'{

to

oXiyov.

tt/so?

IV

[BOOK

eXa^e

24.

av

OF

ea-OijTare

eiravXiv
Tov

STORY

but

God

note

on

Ti\s Tv\r\s,

'man

proposes

disposes.'
irpovoia 6cuv, as in c. 36.
\fipo,yayois, cf. yqpofioaKbs
eiSaiubvi^ov,

3.

c.

9.

in

THE

i;6

i^eyeXaaav,

Trai'Te?

elvai

oi Se dvcravre'i Ati'

TovTo

vvKTa,

TTjv

vea

eKOovcr-q^,
on

xal

Ad(f"vK

otu

koX

ot?

avveTpe'Xpv

em

avvrjSofievoi,
t^
fieipaicitp

/lev

S"pa K0/ii^ovTe";'
ev

irarplavrov

koX

viov

dfia
dypmv evpeOij,

tm

efieive

ttjv rnxepav

Se "^ri(i7)"s
irdvTa";
Taj^ela"s
et?

Aiovv"TO(f"dvrjii
evpev

dSXa'Xpdev

rt?

^Ace Tvddoov, aK)\A

ou^

Aiovvaov

iKeTTji;.

r"v
aliro'Ko'iBe"rjr6Tr)"i
aWo"!

Oepairevawv eire^drj

fjMvo";
tov

wcriTep

OeXet

en

"Zwrfiptavfi7r6"riov
avveKpoTovv.

avinroaiov

TO

tS
ev
(fto^ov/JLevo'i
KoX

Seo-Trori;?
"yeyevr}/jLevo^

on

IV

[Book

OF

KaKe'iva"i fiev

atTToXov.

aXKo";'

eh

STORY

Be

Apva"i "Trp"ro^

6 Tpe"j)tOV
TTjV XXoi/j/.
'O

26.

Se

Aiovvcro"f)dv7)"i
/coretj^e

he ttoXu?

he aXevpa,

iroXXa
olvo";,

/iev

yolpot yaXaOTjvoi, fieXiTrnfiara


TToXXa

rd

irdvTa
"rvvadpai"7a";

druiara

toI"; 0eoi"!.

KoX

hepfia'

TO

avhxtv

ttjv
rat?

Bieveifievdva-

koX

Nu/i^at?

evhai/j.ovia'i
foii(77;5
TepirvoTepov

Ad"f"vi"i

dvedrfKe ttjv

fiev

he

evravda

trvpiyya

outw?

iepeia he

koX

KTrjfiara

Aiovvam

Ylavi

rm

eTeKTrjvaTO.

avTO";

ov"i

tgJ

KoKavpoTra

TTjv

iroi/ieviKa

irapea-Kev-

opviBei eXeioi,

iroiKiXa'

Oeoi"; edvero.
e'iri')((opioi"s

Tot";

koiv(ovov";

koX t^? eoprriiea-o/ievov;.

fierd TTJV ev^poavvr)v


acTTO

"Travra^

koI

yavXov^,

avvr)de";^evir-

Sa-Te

ianv,

ifKarfiov

tov

tov":

to

apa

Trrjpav

ehaKpvev e"^'

ovTe
TOVToiv
aiTaXXao'arop.evo';' Kai
etcdiTTtp
yavXov^
Tov"i
dveOriKe, irplv dfieX^ai, ovre
hepfia,irplv evhvaaa-dai,
to
ovre

TtfV

aiiTd

Alt

irdvTa

of

KaX

S")TT|pi,with

nificance

in

Daphnis,

but

see

Ta9

the
on

c.

recovery
rhv
34

in

degree

tn"f,it6mov"rvvcKp6Tow,
So
with
together, so, organise.
irbrrov, yd/iovs,
X/"po''toivSawov,
lit. weld

the

of

Tobi

Tpdyov^

here

generally
signifiesa
meaning

as

plural.
refinement

It
as

flour

wheaten

Va-Tarov.

awwuoalav.

oXcvpa,

26.

used

e"^L\7]"rev

koi

alya"s irpouelireKal

especial sigof

honour

dWd

trplv avplaai'

(Tvpiyya,

to
opposed
cheaper^X^ira, barleymeal.

SMvei|tcv tivaBrjiuiTa,as
dvaffcls,...

c.

37

c.

fin.
4

See

c.

32

the

in
and

2,

i.

25,26]
here.'

Loud

master

who
sent

was

tend

all

remained
in the

who

day

and

failed

had

goatherd, a
flocked

folk

in

heir,and
wish

to

the

feast

and

loaves

merriment

the

And

gods,

his

pipe

his

crook

much

his wallet

he

young

Daphnis,

all the country

daybreak
foremost

offer

and

joy

man

Dryas,

came

each

he

each

He

treasure.

consecrated

again,and piped

YavXovs

whet

to

slain

was

their

all his

collected

goatskin cloak
Pan, and

to

and

sacrifice

in

offeringsto

votive

as

dear

to

Dionysus,

the

Nymphs

c.

wore

multum
formed

est,
when

Verg.
trivrfies...,
in

teneris

Georg.
consuescere

2.

pailsonce
his goatskin
goat by its

callingevery

and

the

into

strain,giving a farewell

last sweet

treasure

cf.
IrcKTijvaTo,

ovs

milked

them, he

ilUXriffeva^T^. .yavKCbv woXXwj'.


adeo

wine

fowl, sucking pigs

them

to

of

But
handiwork.
so
milk-pails,his own
fairer fortune
is well proved happiness than
of parting as he
that Daphnis shed
tear
a

before

to

his

share

and

still untried

resigned

casks

Daphnis

brought

and

stay

What

beast

Then

and

all

prepared

slanting flute

and

dearer

L.

feast and

in the

the

wild

many

and

treasures

the

272

Ghathon

abroad

bade

were

deities.

country

humble

TO

And

the

spread

joy.

his

bread, what

of

honey-cakes

kiss

Zeus

to

the story

first and

of

honour

in

countless

once

another

now

suppliant,

young

Dionysophanes

And

26.

more

young

foster-father.

Chloe's

to

but

sacrificed

in

at

the

their

at

terror-stricken

found

father, and

his

to

presents

and

son

all

join

to

Soon

Dionysus.

177

of honour.

night, a

Dionysophanes

how

they

feast

of

goatherd

them, while

one

of

shrine

be

prepared

only

CHLOE

laughter

still would

and

the

the

rang

to

Preserver
was

AND

DAPHNIS

'

so

powerful

verb

is

habits

young.

the
|cvi^oviri|S,
this

are

'

intransit.

rare.

12

use

of

i;8

THE

eKa\e"rep

t^?

ovofMoaTi,'
Koi

TToWaKt?,

STORY

fiev

XX01/9.

fiera

OF

koX
Trrjyrj';

'yap

Se

ovirco

IV

[BOOK

on

eiriev,

cofioXoyei tov

epcora

Kaipbv nrapa^vXaTTtav.
'Ei/

27.

iv
^d"f"vii

TiAyovcraota elKOi;

'

rfv.

alya^

Nvfi"l)"vra?
"SXorfv. ovZe

Bvmv

IBetv "XXorjv.

rt

edpev

Toiavra

rai/ra?

Uavl

tS"v

avn

eTredv/irjaev

firjrpl
6epanrai,va"i
efiov

'iaa)";irapd ry

^rj"rofjuai.

ov

iwoovtrav,

Xiyovcrav,roiavra

oS? oiire Ad"j)viSo";


en

Be

IBovTcov

n"!

Aa/Li7rt5

ehrelv irpoi
eii

TOV

tov

rjfLTjv

iroaov

Be TTJV

vvv

Bov\o";

/jL"V

'*fl

mSvpero,

wv

AdfiTTK

Tpv"f)"Kal pA.T'qvTOV

Kal

ApvavTi

Kab

"f"pevcl)V
yevofj.evo";

-^v fioi Kpelrrov

'

fiaicapia)Tepo"!,

TOT

TTii/ft)

ei"7e\dmv

irepLKTiirov

tS"v

t"v

ovre

Svvdfievo":
eToKfia, Ka\ Kaprepeiv fiij

irarepa

peo-eo)?*'
Xeyav.

h^w

eKelvov

eXeeivov

ifir^vvaerr} NnTrj;,KaxeivT}too
Se

avrr/v,

ApvavTot

eKO/ii^ero0oa"era

oSf

Ad"f"viSi.6

Apva": tw

Kal

yafi'i]crovTo";

dya'irr)"Tovro";.
t) fiev

Kai,

to?

iiria-rdii
^ovKoKoi; fierdj^etpo? yecopyiicrj's
r/pTraaev

vefiovaa,

ofivveiv

toJ
kol
Nv/ji"j"ai,';

rai^

irepi

Ad"j)Vi"}'
oveipo-

p,ov

KareKiire

eKeKevov;

yiveTai

irpofiara

avrdv

yap

KpeCTTOva"i.'xaipiraf iya" Se
28.

rd

i^eXddero

ydfiov";irXovtrlov:.

iroXei

dv"Tiai";rjv, ToSe

eicdOTjro K\dov"ra,

XXoTjv.

TTjV

Se

ea

vifieiv

e^Xeirov

Tore

apTTacra?

Tldva

iriKpd'idvevXXorjv'
eyci" Be

ot^erat.
Kal

tA?

ttoctov

aVya"iKal

^Vfi^a'i wfioo-a.'

Ta9

ovo|ia(rrC,c. 38 iKd\""ri
Cf.
nvas
(twv alydy) dvoiiaaH.
Theocr.
1. 138 wS'feiKto-iTofSo, 4. 45
ffirfl' 6 A^7rop7os. fflrr' a KiiuuSa,
iKaXco-cv

5. 103
...ii% d
27.

ouTos

Kdvapos

Tt

KlvaiBa

aXapos.
oto

cIk^s 'HV, cf. 3.

c.

27

t4

trirriSesipaaTals..JTpaTTcv.
cf.
oveipairo\ei7d|i.oii$,

ihyeipoTrdXcL,
4.
aiirby

c.

(toi"yd/iov).

3.

ayrl

28.
c.

32

ruv

Nv)ut"uv, as

in

2.

c.

39.

x*''P^**''"6. valeat, cf. Eur. Med.


x^'p^w /3ouX"i"(Uoto.See L.
1044
and
S. xo^P'^iHIShakespeare,
4Act
'Fare2
Henry VIII.
3, Sc.
all my
to
well, a long farewell
greatness.'

xcipds=inanus,

4\"eiv6v, for

dveipoTroKoOffii'Aeeti'd,
riv

i.

hi

c.

Tis

the

band.

spelling

see

on

31.

ISovTwv,

for

the

DAPHNIS

26"28]
pet

And

name.

he

as

for

had

27.
what

But

Why

her

the

Nymphs

did

not

him

he

mother's

maidens

Goodbye

then

he
to

Pan

to

found

well

as

the

fairer

brides.

instead

goats

and

of

as

me.

Nymphs
his

among

maid

live to

not

tears,

betrayed.

Perhaps
a

love, I will

my

in

richer

them

his Chloe.

has

of

his

by

forsaken

has

see

sacrifices

maiden

dreams

swear

sacrificed

to

yearn

still waited

he

bathed

sat
as

he

spring

love.

She

sighing

He

when

even

he

bid

of the

during Daphnis'

plight?
and

But

his

meantime

179

waters

Chloe.

forgotten me

ever

the

disclose

to

flock

has

did

And

with

Chloe's

Daphnis

by

done

the

in

was

tending
*

he

opportunity

an

drank

again

often

CHLOE

AND

than

I.

another

see

day.'
But

28.

oxherd,

her

But

told
at

his

shrieked

Chloe

warned

passer-by

father, and

was

far

was

mere

as

I would:
her
my

away,

oath

told

'

old

life
Then

slave!

while

drinking

position of tis see note on


dypolKuVf 2. c. 13.
have
we
"8...dvcvpc(rcus,

by
tu;'

might

alas, vile

now,

am

Pan,

my

tis

goats

c.

by
w

garden
rank

has

far

the

\6.\iin"

stolen

vain

was

Nymphs.'
rcTTLyii"v...w

XijKOjv.
u

to

Chloe, when

see

25

frantic

happier

revelling:

and

genit. i.

the

to

Lampis

and

in turn

found

goatherd

trouble

his

new

my

as

she

Daphnis,

grief retired

suit.

and

away

disclose

upon

his

and

And

and
would

now

welcome

outrage

not

grief the

peasants

borne

Daphnis.

Curses

my

would

the

dared

of

Daphnis

was

with

then... but

by

of

overcome

wailing bitterly:
Better

she

as

thought,

very

that

Dryas

Nape
he

and

Dryas

the

that

plaints and

band

thinking

and

her

of

with

came

away,
her

marry

middle

the

Lampis,

carried
not

in

with
12

"

THE

i8o

29.
ev

Tavra

iiri ttjv

Kal

dvOpdmovi
koi

KeKevij'/ettr^at

Bpofiov' Koi

^Xotjv eKeivrjvre

Trjv

Kal

dypvirvovvra
dyei S^
SeiTai

Be
(j)6daa";
dtrihpa. KaTopdd"a-a"s
Kal

dp'^^ofievrji;
e'rravep'X^erai,.

ev

tw

Se

tov

irpoa-

BiBoij^ BiriyeiraiTrdvTa'
BovKov

fivijcriKaKOvvTa

tov

Ad"f"viv

BaKpvovTa.

vepiK'q'irw

Kal

avTm

XXoiji' Kal

Kal

d'^TjcTov

ovk

30.

Be

'RovXevofievoK

e'x^etv
epcoTa

Be

Kpv(^a

Tr)v

p^riTepa.

iraTpl Xeyeiv

yevofievr)';

Trjv

r)fjbepa"i e^wv

Kal
ev

X\o";i',tS

X^P"''

rat?

e'^^eov ev

StrjWdTTeTO, TjjBe

evepyeTT)

Tfio

al'XJJ'dXtoTOV

w?

fied'fjvTeOvrj^eTat \ifiw.
fiijBe
d^eXeadat Tpaire^Tj^,

6 Be ISwv

TOV

UXorfv

TTjp

firjBeveVt

exeiv,

Teiv,

ert

d"f"ai-

vXriyali.

avvriXorjcre

Aiovvao"j)dvr)vevpiaKei KadevSoma,

fiev

Be

fir/

veaviaKcov

avveretve

yeapyov^

vvkto";

epyov

koX

AdfiTrivfijjcra?
ayeiv

tov

iroXefiov tiv6";,el

rrfkLKOVTov

TvdOfov

ZiaXKa"^"v

rjKeiv

'K"ttvKov

tov

ApvavTa.

eladyovTa

apri

icTTTOvSa^eSe
""

r"v

Ttva";

IV

[Book

Kaipov

Ad/M7nSo"; eiravXtv

tov

KaTaXa^wv
peiTai

KaX

fieraSidoKei,
tov

irpoaXa^wv
(7a9

Xavddvcov

vofu^av

avTov

irpo";

OF

Ad"l"viBo";
\"yovTO"! ijKovaev 6

tov

vapaSeiao)

Tft)

STORY

"b?

fiev

dtrekoyelTO.
T'^sdp.e\eia";

virep

eBoKei

avT0i"s

tov

ydfiov

Kpvir-

XXot/i/ tt/jo? fi6vr}v


ofioXoyijaavTa
dXk'

ov

(Tvveywpei

Treiaeiv

eTrrjyyiXXeTo. Kal

auTo?

TJjirripa

to,

Apva";, r/^iov

7rp6a-ei(Ti

yvcopicr/MaTa

Kal
KaOrj/ievoK ev t"
Aiovva-o"j}dvei,
KXeapia-Tr/,
tt)
Kal aiiToi; 6 Aa^ix?),
Be Kal 6 'Ao"tv\o?
"jrapaBeicro)
(Traprjv
Tip

Kal

29.

have

"7i(07ni";
yevofievrj^

(Tuv^TCivc

Spo|M)v, here

the full construction.

"rwTelvas, 3.

c.

rjp^aTOXeyeiv

we

Contrast

29.

dvSpuirovs ytopyois, see

note

on

yipovra AvOpunroy, c. 8.
from
of
avvaXodu,
"rvvT|X^T)(rc,
the
to
oxen
threshing out
so
com,
beat severely. Cf. Theocr.
20.
(22.)

'
"

'Ofiola fie dvdyKij

128

awTJKohice

and

dXodu

are

irapijia. xaraXodu
in

used

Classical

in
Greek
the
same
metaphorical
So
meaning, especially the latter.
also trituro
(lateLatin) is used both
and
metaphorically,
literally

|ivi|0'iKaKovvTa,
"ri fioi

so

in

livr/ffiKaK-^a-gs.

c.

24

/i'/ire

DAPHNIS

3o]

29.

But

29.

it chanced

as

he

garden

and

seeing

in the

outrage

search

in

went

hastened
the
from

and

have

as

them

and

returned

Chloe

brought
bear

to

his

would

and

clasping

his

great

And

30.

and

secret

to

in his

the

of

audience
the
broke

the

notice

XXoTjv,
show
rescue

30.

Daphnis'
of

the

intense

his

home

success

he

found

grief:

and

and

then

he

tale, begging
but

past
him

to

from

implored

his

as

board,

the

to

him

him

use

then

Chloe

him

for

sweetheart's

thoughtlessness.
their

love

and

said

Astylus

them
the

his

Cleariste.

keep

to

Cleariste
would

he
his

tokens
and

by

I too

6|ioCa
struction

And

as

their

Adftuvi,
tj

rod

on

sought

they

like Lamon

for

with

speak

in his wallet

his wife

'

wedding

alone, but

success.

Daphnis

tale

their

to

of

and

repetition to
joy at the

i.e. to
|i"T)T^pa,

slipped

reconciled

Chloe.

TT|V

he
him

was

with

with

And

arms

Dionysophanes

silence

maid

Daphnis seeing

assuring

with

garden

the

he

still awake

his

they planned

objected

found

And

own

confess

day Dryas

next

the

hunger.
and

his

told

they

oxherd

At

of

banish

not

her

Dionysophanes,

full

and

of

first

then

Dryas

Daphnis

on

carried

with

content

but

die

for

forgiveness

the

not

fell.

for

and

and

too

and

lead

boors.

the

evening

him

service

beat

so

himself

snatched

they

had

garden

to

slave

willing

there

Lampis

resentment

no

else he

the

in

wandering

And
:

and

Astylus' retinue

cottage.
indoors

asleep

Dionysophanes

of

him

war,

as

reconcile

to

the

in

Daphnis,

bidding

And

escaped.

Gnathon

few

soundly

of

of

then

bound

prisoner

away

her

lurking

was

chance

Lampis'

grasp

fain

would

took

i8i

plaints

lucky

Dryas

leading

his

the

he

of

off to

oxherd

Gnathon

overheard

Daphnis again,

to

CHLOE

AND

in

sat

side, and
must

ellipticalconAdfuavos,

com-

Horn.
Cf.
paratio compendiaria.
//. 17.51
xd/mi Xapfre(r"rivo/ioiai.

82

THE

Ad/ia"vi
ravrrjv

fie')(^ptvvv

avTb":

TOVTO

KoX

/iev
Ta

Kai

ISoiv

koi

TavTa

d^ia

TTOTe

31.

xal

tov"i

TovTO

aWoT/ot'a?

rj icaTh, iroifjieva.

icaX

d)?

ISmv

pelv,"B?

Kal

iraTepa

Xa^ovcra

ttjv

ovv

Kal

KOfiTjv

Be

eVet

firjTepa.

xal

fjidXKov rj

iyvmpurev.

Kop7]"!

appr)Ta,

here=mdicta.

meaning
ISuv

=tacend

vlov

fiaOelv olov

"irept(rKe\iBa";,
Ttjv

aTToXovcraaa

ovK

r)

""TTe
Kal

KoXKot;,

to

The

irpoawirov

evfiop"f"oTepa

Ad(f)viiavTrjv

Koi

dvev

is

more

ofieo"; fievToi

6av.

cf. Luc.
do'K6ir(i"s,

""7K0Tra TeTo^eiKa/ifv, where

32.

to

Tax.
the

62
use

transformation
cf.

Hom.

Od.

6.

242

yip i-o fnoi

ifiKiXios

de

loiKe

6c6!"nv

^oucriv.

in

i.

c.

KoXXos,
effected
by

4im

olov

note
on
(idiras,see
wp6(re\8( xai
Cf.
fin.
"irpoae\6ibv,
3. c. 27.
4. c. 7
|MipTvp(i...TdKiiWos, cf. c. 2ofin.

irapfiv

again metaphorical,
.

I6av|iaira

fioXt^

yvo)pi"rfj,dTa)v,
OTi

t"v

viroSi]|juiTa.as

a.

Kocfiov

dvairXe^a/iivi)

Apia's TraTrjp.

rjv

OTav

KaX

XXot;

to

Tit

KXeapicTTT]irapa-

yvvaiKa.

eaTi

yap

(Sfioaevdv

ToidvTrf!

31.

Kopi)^

elBe
yvcopier/j,aTa

tu

Be rj

avTtjv

"bs

i"f)dv7j
Traariv,

ToaovTov

...

i"f)a)paae

op"v

"7rd"T7j";
dxpi^eia^ 'SjXeyxe tov?

Xoitrov

eKoaftei,

'Hv

ctSov

ra^eo)?

inrep "jratho'sIhiov

ivBvOelaa
"jTpoa-Xd^'TjTai'

usual

koi

XXoj;v TrapexeXeveTO Oapirpoo'Kdkeadfievo^


ttjv
Kal
fiBi),
avBpa fiev 'i')(pv"Tav
Ta')(eai";Be evpri(Tov"Tav

fiiTpav,

TTjv

Ad^viv

tov

et?

Kpv"j)aSaKpvovTa

SeSoi,Koi)"iBid

Aiovviro-

ovTe
eppi'\jrev

curicoirox;

dX\A

ApvavTo"i.

TOV

32.

^rjT'^aaTe,
av

Trj Kopy

KOfiKrOevTa, vwoBrjuaTa Kard'X^pvara,


ra?

TOV

elSov

fiaprvpei Be

Tjfuv

yap

"7rpoa'i]KOVTa";

Apva";

ovre

KaX

epcDTa'

\070v9

fiev

Ad"f)viSo^(fjavfj.^

j^Kwpi"VTa

TOV

ovSev

yap

"TrXovauoTepa

(f"dv'rj";
dfie\"";
jjKova-ev,
avTOP

XXoiji'

Xeyeiv.

"

eoiKe

yviopiafiaTa,

iBere

eKekevae

idav/xatra,
ffavfida-a";
eOpeyjra.fiaprv-

KaXKot,

TO

IV

[Book

aveOpe^jra aXKa
eyevvTjaav
oh.
'Nv/j,"f"atv
dverpe"f""V

Se iv
avrpco

KeifiiVTjv

OF

apprfra

iyevprjaa ovre

ovre

aKXoi,

pei

Ta

STORY

rot

5 fin.
for this
clothes

irpiadev

ficv

Siar' drat, ySi"

oipavov

eipdv

STORY

THE

I84
Kol

Koi

avTOf

trvveiartaro

iirl K\ivr)";ISla

eytov

oiv

nroKtv

T7)v

dveriOei

TnjyT/v

Kal

eXovaraTo

TCK^ov T^9

iv

Trjv

oiv^,

^Xotj

tc3

evpelvd^iov"it"v
^aBi^etv elf

eV

iTpd"jyij
Trap

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on

Kal effvpiae

a\i";

Kal

ttoKiv

ttjv

t"v

r/v

re

tov";

Tr}";

yd/iov

Ta
Ad/ifoviSe
T/3t(7j^t\ta?)

Kal

tTTTTOt?

Kal

Tpvyav

Ka\

^Opoiadr) Trepl rat

TO

Te?

Tpv(f"jj
TroWfj.

")(aLpov

iraiSa

oil

AdipviBof

Kal
dp,a KOfii^ovcrri

KdKeivaf

yap

77

a\Xa";

drfpav

eirl

TOTe

'M.VTCKrjvrfv
eXadov

ovv

p,ev

t^? Se iTnovcrr)^oj(Xoii

dvpai, dvSp"v,

tov

ehcoKav

toI"; otTrdX-ot? Kal

fjkavvov

tovto

Aiovvao^dvei avvtjBovro
KaXXoi;

alyai;ap,a

KaTeXdovTef

vvkto"s

^paSvveiv.

fjLTjKeri

Kal iXevOipav
eadrjTai;'X^eifiepivdi;

fieTa

^evyeo'i, Kal

avT"v

iraTepa^

^fiiaeiavfiolpavtwv

Tr)v

ra?

Kal

TSTTapa

TToXiTat

tov;

Kal avTT/

tl

XXo?;?

ev"TKevacrdfievoi
tw
i^pvavTL /lev

Trepl tov

yvvaiKa.

tov

dypov eopT"v eSo^e

KaT

ecoffev o5v

TTjv

avrrj

rjv^aTo Toii";iK6evTa"i

koI

^evyr)^ooiv

ttjp

aiiTTJ. eaTei^avao'e Koi

dva^TjTelv

Kal
depLl^eiv

avpir^'fa,

Ad^viSoi ydfioiv.

Be

'ETret

Kparrjpe^

eavrfjt^'Tqv

6eal"; avpt"raa-a

Tai";

M.vpTaXr}v.

rr/v

lepeia Kal

to,

Bei^avTO^Apvaj/TO?.

otos,

av/nroTai

"yavXovi;. ixepaa-eSe Kal

avrpto,

7roWa/ct9

T^ TToifwr)'Kal
33.

Kal

hepfia,tov";

to

irripav,

Kal

Ad/icava

tov

idvero
ef^? r/fiipai^

rat?

koi

icravro

tj)? NaTri;?

fiera

IV

[BOOK

OF

evpovTi,

ai

ol

yvvaiKmv.

Kal

fidXXov

opmv-

Be tj) KXeapLaTrj

iralBa

tcS

fiev

crvve-

Kal vvfj,(j)r)v.
e^eirXriaae

ILXoi^,KdXXo"; eK^epovcra irapevBoKifjirjdfjva

Bwdfievov. oXt}
KparijpcsiirravTo,

see

yap

eKiveiTO

note

on

17

TrdXt?

tov

eirl tc5

cf.
Ta")"ov,

c.

19

fieipaKia
airodarmaav

iBafa h" rf irepucriirtf.


dverCeti.seenoteoniTi'oflWs.i.c.sy.
d|Covs...,
c. 3ofin.d|Ia...Ad0i"(Sos.
Plutarch
Numa
otvio,
33.
Tpior^iXCas,sc. SpdxM^'Ti]V rni^ijv
tells us that he poured wine
"r6i)Tas x'^l"^"P"'"'"'s"
15 med.
s^c
note
on
and honey into a spring from
which
Cf. 4. c. 6 dipfia
(ruripew,i. c. 3.
KpaTTJp laTWj-o,

Pious
to

and

drink.

Faunus

3.

u.

were

Q.

accustomed

atybs
x^^l"'"'"

Xevxiy

xal

Xdtrtav

iiriPaWeffdat.

us

^01

DAPHNIS

33]

32,

share

to

beasts

the

and

the

in

bathing
the

the

her

the

flock

and

she

Nymphs
rank

be

to

ail
five

not

four

all

the

for

Mytilene

no

with

doors

were

eager

to

youth, while

the

home

and

son

surprised
dvSpuv,
deton

cf. 13

them

YuvaiKov,

for

the

kttivQv, oUerwv,

and

they

started

following day

and

men

joy

for

they
Chloe's

indeed

asyn-

dvSpwv,

the

nightfall and

at

women

out

all the

the

on

new

above

but

And

all.

two

city

bride, for

in all the

with

cloaks

then

congratulated

latter

another

horses, carriages and

heartily when

more

Dryas
share

winter

Dionysophanes

wish

When

goats

And

for Chloe's

the

with

thronged

still

country

entered

They
them

the

longer.

gave

farm, the

of

train

parents'

search

half

oxen,

the

to

her

in

wedding
they

wife.

his

luxury.
noticed

one

and

of

freedom

of

of

yoke

find

and

Lamon

the

of

vintage

goatherds,

pomp

and

music

over

city

morning

melody

own.

were

the

last

sweet

might

off" the

put

the

she

feasts
to

crowns

and

crops

she played

upon

her, Dryas

piped

too

the

life and

chaplet

mothered

Daphnis'

the

to

in

hundred

she

that

return

to

ready

was

And

as

when

and

parents

that

laid

coat

into

early

her

she

ewe

lastly as

high

as

resolved

they

spot.

libation

of

then

her

wallet, fleecy

wine

memory

and

prayed

Now

33.

in

old

the

out

pointing

poured

winebowls

dedicated

turn

and

Myrtale

following days

brimming

her

pipe

and

the

on

in

her

She

grotto

of

again

185

Lamon

Nape,

Chloe

its stream

grave

CHLOE

sacrificed,and

gods,

milk-pails.
in

with

So

And

to

spring

to

and

round.

treasures

feast

revelry.
slain

were

circled

the

at

present

was

AND

; the

their

first,all

his new-found
saw

the

his wife

son

handsome
on

bringing

surpassing beauty
whole

city was

full

yvyaiKioy.

in
as
wapevSoKiiiiiSTJvai,

i.

c.6fin.

86

THE

Kol

irapdev^

Tr}

Se

i)v^ovTo
Kopr]';

Kal

Kal

"

Be

Nv/uj}a";Beia-0ai
vevaac

"f)dvei,
iravra^
av

rd

dKOvaa";

vv^
ijBr)

el' Tt

Be evTevOev

Kal
\ifivai"s

ev

eirl

iJiya irXouo-Caiv,cf.

iroXXoi
Kal
35 iiidTjKa elSdis Sn
oiSrtii"riroi/5afou(ri
iraHpas yeviirdai.

of the

dream.

by

c-

33i

1.

27.

c.

3-

Nymphs

with

armed

he

In

I.

Daphnis

entrust

Eros

to

find that the


^ain we
difficultyis provided
See
c.
5vop,
7, 2.

ovap,

bow

I.

ovofia^

at

c.

7 the
Chloe

u.

and
and

length lays
quoted
Pervigil. Vener.
which

arrow,

aside.
on

See

t6

yitp

8.

L.

and

Bk

I.

the

the

god

of

last

ical KeXevaa^
diro

e'l rt

7?)?, twj'

ev

TTOTapxnii,
"TVfnroTa";.

(nrivBovo'iv

ov

eBeiKVve.

'Ep/f^s, 11.

i6b

d"'aXi)oi'T6s

"

Kal

Athen.

i.

Si

(airevSov

air"

rds

twv

"rirovdiit

'Ep/ij Kal oix w; Ocrrcpov


reXeiif. doKtT yap 'Ep/t^s ilTrvou
Si a6T(p
elpat.
aT^Sovtri
trpofyTdTtjs
Kal ivl rah
in riov Selirvcov
y\tl)(r(rais
dTruin-es.
Horn.
Od.
136 eupe
7.
Si
^air)Kii"viiyi^opas i/Si ftiSovras,
(ririvSovras
Seirae"r"riv
iv"rK6Tiff'Ap7"^6i'Tg v jrv/MTip "7irivSe"rKov fire
iiroioivro
Ait

^Sclv

tov

as
{ifi^vaiov,

an

omen

of the
the

voTOTov...,

and

vfievaiov.

fiV7)iralaT0koItov.

v.l. Karaveiffai.

first bowl

S.
p.

Selirixav

cl8TJiroTE=tandem,nuncdemum.
TOV

BeiKweiv

dpyvpovv depdtrtov Ta

aKevo"i

c.

34.

Kol

Aiovvao-

tov

dviaTarai

ecadev

Be^ta irdaiv
ev
yvcopia/jMTaKal "rrepiifyepav

solution

raf

Kara-

rare

aBeiv

ireirXija-TO6 Kparijp,i^

Kal

rfv

'Epfiy,ela-KO/jii^ei
Tt?

TOV

tc5

KeXevaat

dpCa-Tovi M.vTiX,7)val,o"v
TTOteirai

Toi)?

TwatKcs

iBoxei

ro^dpiov

to

irapacrKevaaOrjvaitwv

Kal
6dXda-a-7}";,

Se

CO?

KoKfji;.

avT0i"}

TrXijtrj;
KpaTrjpa,

vcrraTov

Xa/jiirpdvio'TLao'iv
irdvTa^

ripaaavro

M.VTi\i]vaia)vde/ievov "rvfidpL"7Tov";

tov

Kal

eKXixravra

^aperpav

ttjv

to
yvrnpicrfiara'

lBo)v

diro

Be

rov

tou?

rfviKa

Tavra

"EptoTo?, el Sj; ttotc

rov

aTrode/ievovirapd

eKaaTW

irKovaUov

fieya

/lerd (jjpovTtBairoKKtjv
^iovv"ro"f"dvei

ydfiov

top

7roTa5,

twv

roiovBe yiverai.
KaTev6')(6evTi

virvov

ya/iov'

yivo^ a^tov t^s fiop"j"r]";


evpeSrjvairrj^

to

"Ovap

IV

[BOOK

Tnarevd'qvat,
/jLTjripcK
OvyaTpoi;ovrca

^a6vv

"ts

OF

evSaifiovi^ovfiev ijBr]rov

Koi

jvvalK6";iroXTuu

deol'iaura?
34.

STORY

Greeks

called

Siarijpos
Kpari/p
Kpariip "Epfuiv as the

sleep, cf.

of

Aios

infra

'Ep/u^.

See

as

happy issue, i.e. the marriage


Daphnis and Chloe.
eiird 6aXda-in)S, such dainties
tmv
from

the

especiallythe Copaic

lake

oysters, sardines,

lakes

and

etc.:

DAPHNIS

33,34]
of

excitement

AND

the

over

young

was

already

eager

to

welcome

men

prayed

that

her

rank

beauty

heaven

to

of

fair

so

the

wife

that

she

and

34.

of

Love

had

now

He
the

unbent

his

and

quiver
the

noble

filled the
clues

had

and

sea,

and

them

to

the

best

tained, pike

rivers.

on

salver

ob-

were

on

and

on

L. and

from

came

asked

that

it down

Love

beside

show

the

invite

to

then, when

he

all
had

out

the

marriage

at

break

of

feast

with

chant

banquet.
the

And

in the
left

sent

from
to

tokens

to
on

bid

night

when

libations

and

day

dainties

lake, and

Hermes
silver

right showing

to

considered

wine from
lucky to hand
right. Cf. ivSi(ios,iirid4^ios.

left to

Ix^Ss,

OffTarov, supra.

note

The
bowl

which

of

this

use

idea

is that

spread
it

the

over

brought.

was

S. ^jri,
accus.,

^Tri

the

I.

6.

5 and

irEpu|"^puviv Se|i4, 'carrying


round

last

to

from

to

dream

treasure-

from

freshwater

See

top

accusat.

great mixing

mother

the

Nymphs

Brunck

restored

however

liri (TKivos,
with

be

the

rose

brought

21.

c.

See

the

to

round

eels

other

fish from

'Epiij, see

her

to

guests.

the

the

The

prayed

the

and

to

and

sacred

them

bore

and

3.

city

filled,a slave

Boeotia

in

to

and

citizen

dreamer,

feast

noble

river

the

he

prepare

winebowl

the

dish

the

end

dream

from

of

been

him,

the

at

the

land

nobles

equal

laid

brim-high,

slaves

had

and

last winebowl

his

fell and

bow

at

to

bade

the

marriage

Mytilenaeans

After

song.

prove

anxiety

dreamed

bidden

each, and

to

match.

found

with

out

worn

sanction

then

maiden

happy

wealthy

be

the

daughter.

And

to

the

many

187

and

man

might

might

Dionysophanes.

to

CHLOE

left to

right,'for

it

was

it

(which
ivd4^i.a

found

in

is

the

only
poets),
//. 7. 183 Kijpvi Si
comparing Hom.
av
ijiipuiv
o/u\ov attavT-i) Sei^'{t6v
ipurTTJcffffiv
K\^pov) ivSi^ia traaiv
Cf. Hom.
//. 1.597 fieois
'AxaiQv.
ivSi^ia
Others

right

traaw

olvoxi^i y\vK{i
iv
Se^tf,

translate
hand.'

'

veKrap.
in
his

88

THE

35.

Si

T"v

Bik

Tt?

"Trdw

oSv

fiev

koX

elire fioi'

iic^oa

KaX

e^ei?

Aiovvao"f)dvov";
Trporepov

Meya/cX'^? ovhev

0X1709

/3io?

/tot

j(pp7)ji,a"s KoX

yiveTai

fioi

TOVTOi";

Kol

ifioiBe
ovK

iireppeiKaff

ovKeTi

aXX

oi

axTirep

6eol

yeXcoTa

see

on

KXea-

tj

threat

I.

c.

cPacrrao'c,so

in

2.

Cf.

35.

i,.

29.

^affrdaas,

c.

init.

licrd Adifiviv,a
tic

construction

somewhat

for

after

ellipfinding

Daphnis.
pCos=/3/oroj,means

of

living.
XOpT)Y(as Kol Tpii)papxCas, these
duties
of serving as
choregus and
trierarch
with
the great outlay that
was

demanded

item

in

nent

and

the

in

Arist.

formed

expenditure
loyal citizens.

of

serious

promiCf.

the

'

fie iraTepa

M.eya-

"g.

6716 "re
912
dvoKicTKOVTa
tuv

iroi'^ffta
TpiTjpapxeiv,
as

VEaviKov,

vcavtKals,

Seal';

Trocovfievoi

p,e

Ave^6ij"rev 6 Avovva-oi^dvr)';
fiei^ov tov

13.

to

dvyaTpiov yevecrOai"jraTr/p

TTOI/IVIOV.'

MeyaKXijs,

ical

fjfiepav
KXripovofiov

TTOl-qcrei

35.

vevLa

iv

Tal";

6velpov"i
S7}K,ovvTe"i
otl
fioi eTTiTrifiTrovui,

c.
plffTT],

rjv,

yeveadai.

iraTepa's

vvKTwp

36.

Hv

'

e^e6r)Ka elSa""; oTi

eKaaTrjv

ovBe

yovv

eicdeaiv,

TavTa

dvTpto Nv/jLff""viriarevdev

iv

Se

eixpv,et?

yap

ov

Tpe"j)eiv
OKvija'at

awovBd^ovai

irXovToi;

TjVTvxTjaa'

-xpovov

tovto

p,7]

"

yvapia-fiaa-iKO(Tp,ri"Ta"i
ovTca

ej(0VTi"

rriv

""(")
ti)? ^(ovri";

tovov

"rrpoTepov

ffvydTpiov.

i^sKeiTO

/lev

Xeyeiv

Tpi7ipapj(ia";
i^eBairdvriaa. ot6

T0i";

TToXXot

TOV

'yvtoplafiara
;

KafjuL' KeXevffai'TO?

eKelvov

v"pe\aivtov

ti?

Biofiai,Aiovva-6^ave"!,

^dovrjarjif
fierd Ad"l"viveiipelvri
Tov

ri

ravra

rj ravrd

^""";
;

av

iraiSiov

e/utv

6pS"

Tiva

'
"

"rroLp.'qv evTV^wv;

irodev

Meya/cX^S

etSe,yvfoptcra^
KaraKeifievoi;,
to?

veavtKov

fiova

IV

[Book

iyvcopi^evovSetv

dvydrpiov; dpa

/jloi,

i^daraae

OF

aXXav

yfjpai vararoi

fi"ya

yeyovd^

STORY

^
Antiphanes
204
aipe$elsIfiaria xpuffo trapax^PVyo^
ax^v t'V X^^PV paKos tpopsTtj rpirfpapdTT^vfoTo,
j^iSi/
rots TVupCo-iiao-i.
Koor|i.i]iras cl8m$,
So

travrov.

and

so

with

kinder

Dionysophanes
exposed, cf. c.

24

toCto

"TweK6els,

Many

childless

children

563.

thus.
6

intentions

when

Daphnis
oi
dXXd

wives
Dem.

than
was

-fvaplajuna,
^vto^jo.

procured
in

Mid.

^ fi,iv...dTidoTo eiffvs
ij d' i^hv oiirj /3c\r(u
yem/ifpor,
Ti/iijs toStov
vplaaBai, rifi aMp
p.

36]

35,

DAPHNIS

35.

But

honour

of

joy

what

'

How

has

Or

silver

scanned

where

shepherd

But

Dionysophanes
his tale

for

spent

was

born

her

and

roll in

of

And

from

that

again

fulfil my
36.

have

But

ofttimes

but

me,

the

sent

gods

At

these

infantibus,
sinu,

involvitque

the
thus

struggle,

loth

me

the

so

and

to

rear

and
father

infant

born
with

even

to

ceased

never

heir

their

was

entrusted

have

no

me

daughter

prefers to

riches

made

words

to

me:

little

laughing-stock

foretellingthat

hos

605

Dionysophanes
stat

arridens

fovet

domibus

omni
tunc

lircppo.,
so

double

actual

in

Med.

cried

will

ewe

still louder

negative, contrast

oiSe..,.

The

of

use

c.

o"5e

38

marks

oi/k...

the

positions of
Greek

exposed
Eur.

oX/3ou 6' iirippv4vTos.


the
ovK^i...ov8c, note
emphatic

1229

of

treasure-tokens

blessed

porrigitaltis.
irXovTos

you

prayer.'

"i}y6pa"Tev. So Juv. 6.
noctu
Fortuna
improba
nudis

has

tones

hard

man

had

dreams

me

was

made

time

been

blessing.'

story

ringing

Nymphs

I have

this

the

these

many

the

find

jewels :

not

childless,and

grotto

the

on

it chanced

poverty

that

daughter,

generosity, equipping
as

with

the

on

daughter.
and

her

remain

care.

never

My

than

in

life

and

the

be still alive

child's

and

my

of

in

Ah, Dionysophanes,

first

clear

head

Oh, my

me

lavish

war

her, knowing

exposed
to

of

I decked

foundlings

in

with

then.

me

so

exposed

all

ships

to

poor

early days

In

my

and

choruses

their

'

indeed

claimed

Megacles
:

you

who

ringing shout

Daphnis, grudge

your

and

with

lighting

my

the

here

tokens

found

you

found

told

these

but

have

exposure

Can

Megacles,

at

them

jewels

189

till

seated

claimed

fate ?

some

preserved nought
me

them

was

these

your

is it that

tell

hair

and

come

been

CHLOE

claimed

one

his

table, had
of

no

AND

far

and daughter
son
family : daughters were
more
frequently than

sons.

T|"Tvx"l"ra,

cf.

c.

24

on

iyeyovav.

7^a"Ta, 'laughing-stock.'

KKeov";

'ToCto

irapdevov

Tr]v

Ad^vtv

\afio"v Be

Nu/t^at?

Kal

Kal

rrjv

MeyaKXJj?
XXojyi' eV

XXoTyv,

ovBe

avrm

irapd

Tos

ry

Kal

Tijv

fikvovre^

Biw/ivvro irporiaeaQai tt/v

rov

Kal
Ad(f)vi"i

tovto

Be

rov

XXotj

icdveCvoi^
iK0ovTe"i

yafj,ov";.

Apvavra

re

ek

M-eyaKXel

tw

'FoBrj ttjv ^d-jri^vavve"rrr)crav

Kal

rd

koprrjv-TrapeaKeva^ovroXafiTrpai^. TrapeBtOKefiev
Nu/i^at? t^v ILXotjv 6

Kal

iraTr/p

/xer

aXXwv

eTToirjtrev
dvaOijfiaTard yvcopCafiaraKal ApvavTC

Xenrovaa"i
'O

et?

Be

fivpia";
iirXijpacrev.

t"x?

Aiovv(70"j)dv7]";,
evjifiepiat
ovcrr]";,

dvrpov ari^dBa^

rov

Kal

avrov

vttvov

avTol"i iroLfjaai tovi

Kal

i-7rlrat?

38.

koL

BiaTpi^rjv. eBoKet

Adfimva,

tov

trpoariyayov

iroXXcov

Xeyofieva

varpL

darei

iv

Tiva";

iroifieviKovf

oSv

rd
'Fiir'pvei

eBerjOttaavydp

"^epovre";ttjv

rr/v

ovBevl

tw

diypov rjKavvov'

W/30S

Tlavi
ifieXTjcre
d/j,"f)OT"pa)v

irdXtv
a-vvOifievot
'Hfiipa"iBe yevofiivTji;

37.

odv

et%6.

ydp
Ad"f"vi'i

Bvyarepa'

ttjv

'PoSijz/fiereTrep/ireTO

yvvaiKa

ai^

i^edrjd/ji"f)OTepov"s

vvfi^v.

"Epwrt.'

AidXwot?

Tot?

e'lKovTO'

fiTj

Ad^vthi

oTToSo?

KtKO-

w?
e^edpeyfrev,

yvcopiafiaTakoX

dfi"f"oTepov^
evpijKafjtev

Kafiev,

Kal

rd

koXw

i^e07}Ka"!. ravrrfv

6eS"v

irpovola

ot?

efioL \a/36

iraiSiov

to

IV

[Book

dvaTrr)B')]cra";
eladyei,XXdiyi' ttclvv

kuI

KaX Xeyei"
(7fi/i}iJ.iwi}v
aoi

OF

STORY

THE

I90

7rdvra";

Be

rov9

irpo

')(X(opd";
"j"vXXdBo^
eitrrta rrdXvreXai'i.

KaraKXiva";

Ka"firjra";

Adfimv

eV

v-irearopeaev

avrov

Kal

MvprdXt), Apva"; Kal 'Ndirr),ol


["I"t\i7Ta?],
AopKwvi irpocT'ijKOVTe';,
^iXTjrd TraiSe?,X.pw/j,i"i
ot

rraprjo-av

6""3v,as in c.
irpovoCfl,
in
so
c|i.^i]tre,
{t|i,i|)0T4pii"v
36.

sical

24.
2.

c.

eirl Tats

Eur.

iroi|j."viKovs
jilc.

576

...

Yaiiovs,

cf

(Apollo) ffvpl^av

cn)V^"rTT|o-av,
frequently

the

presence

in

Clas-

introducing

and

friends.

Nv|ji"})Ots=
Tapir. N.,

in

of.

ava6i]|iaTa, cf. ivaScls, 1, c. 37.


i.e. gave
|jLvpias, sc. SpA-xiuis,
him
the four thousand
requisite to
rds

voi/ivlras ifievaloui.

of

recommending

fin.
37.

Greek

THE

192

AvKuiviov'

Kal

fjv oiv,

OF

6 /juev ySev ola aSova-i

XXot;

Kal

ai

Kal

abyei "rrXijalov,
mairep
rot?

fjv' 6 Be Acu^vi^ Kal

fiev d"nvKOK

eKaXetre

eBcaKe
")(\copdv

Kal ^vWaSa
ovofiaffrl

aWjjXov?
Aa"jivi";

Koi

t^? eoprrj^,tovto

"TTcivv Tepirvov

to

e"rKoyrrre

^i\7}Td";itrvpia-e'
Aa/nrt"; ijvXijo'e'

KaT""j"lXovp.ivefioVTOSe
KOivoavovaai,

Kal

yefupyiKO.

iravTa

6 he
Oepi^ovre^,

Apva"! Kal AdfJitov


mp'^rfaavTO'
avral

IV

[BOOK

h.a/i'tn'i
"TV'y'^vmiJi/q";a^uodei"!.

(rvfi-rroraK,

Xiji/ot? a-Kafi/Jbara.

eTTi

ovSe

airriv

roiolahe

iv

"B?
"

a/ypoiKa

ovic

STORY

Kal

ov

avrmv

riva'i

Kpar'^aa^ eK

rmv

KepdrcovKare^iKT/ae.
Kat

39.

wXetVra?

dWd

Kal

jdXa.

Kal

dvydrpiov

eiroiijaav

'AyeKTjv.

oi/To)?

'AWti

eirpa^av

are

mentioned
in the

ovK...oJ8c, contrast
c.

35.
cirl
rd
2

iv

rats

Kal

Xtjvois

Xi/vois.

Havl

tw

Kal

Kal

^lOfiov

eBoaav

dinl

dveOeaav

eLKOvai

Be

ovroi

a-vvey/jpaaev.

Be

ovofidaavTe';.
'SiTpariwTijv
Kal

ixnepov

yevofiev7]";
/iev

Kal

wvofiaaav

irdvre'S

avTov^

irape-

ot Be avXovv-

avpiTTOvre';,

the

and

in

third

omitted

following
Lycaenion
the

pas-

book.

oiKiTi....oiSi,

toSto..., owing
the

o-Ku|i|iaTa,
and
note
on

cf.

2.

oi

di

goats,

cf.

i.

the

to
c.

i6

smell

0170$ vpoaeiire
iKoXeireii
ivoiuunl.

Kcd

39.
that

of

med.

cf. c.
iKd\tiri...ovofi.airrC,

ing

throughout

c.

ravra

fiev

been

with

Chromis

omitted

fiev

dfjXrjv

ekKvcrai,

fieyaXa"} dviaj(pvTe^.T^~':!j::-il

have

confusion

sentence.

wife

^iXoirolfieva, ttjv

ddXafiov,oi

701*

only

can

through

rov

Tidva

wkt6";

vweffijKav [aljl]

oio^

Kal

veav

Be

Se BaBa";

ot

e^cov,rov

ecrre

Bevrepov

xal

avToi"i

TavTa

Tore

"jre/jLTTov6t?

sages

eKoXeaav

iraiBiov

/lev

"EpwTO?"
Iloifievo"!

40.

his

yevo/jbevov

irliTVO^ oiKelv

name

appev

eKoafifjaav

eXaavro

T"?,

Kal

Kal

avjpov

rrj'i

aW'

'X^povov iroijieviKov

Hava

TO

fiovov,

el^ov Oeov'i ere^ovre^, Nvyit^a?


Kal 'Epwra, dryeka";Be Trpo^drmv Kal alywv
Be rpoffj^v
KTTjffdfievoi,
'^BiaTijv
vofii^ovrei
oirmpav

"jrXeiOTOv

Kal

Tore

ov

ravra

rois

26

ris

rparyovs

aXyi, Seiler inserts,explainit had


dropped out after

inr4$riKaj".
eXioio-ai

as
6t|\i)v,

in

1.

c.

ix...

6ri\ijsri)viinppoiivl\K0VToSya\aKTo

the

field
and

his flute while


had

Daphnis

the

feasters

the

grazed

Daphnis
leaves

and

Love

when

And

milk.
to

goat

And

Lampis
Chloe

beside

close

though they

as

shared

too

so

son

was

fed them

and

they

the

the

gods,

flocks

great
sweet

as

born

like

lived

green

quiet

Nymphs

and

of

and

sheep

fruits and

summer

they

him

gave

to

second

their

manner

with

kiss them.

to

thereafter

reared

in

and

rear

of

fare
a

and

danced.

kiss.

name

and

day

no

Lamon

the horns

by

they

found

and

by

worship

life in

country

goats

that

And

39.

them

took

and

piped

song

but
pleasure to city-brednostrils),

all

them

called

goats,

and

farm

of

reaper'sharvest

and
to

natural

was

as

customs

Philetas

but

time

193

And,

sang

Dryas

feast (no great

the

Pan

one

flung vintage jests:

one

and

there.

was

practised:

were

CHLOE

festival,all the old

country

played

in

AND

pardoned Lampis
this

at

DAPHNIS

4o]

38"

babe

and
suckle
called their children
to
daughter to a ewe
Philopoemen and Agele : and their children
grew
up
the grotto and
they decked
by their parents'side. And
with
the statues
chaplets of flowers : and they raised an
a

altar

to

the

Love

pine-tree and

in lieu of his
These

40.

festival

acts

later

in

done

were

with

chamber

bride

of

Tavra

refers

to

here
(rvveyrjpatTev,
'

to

grow

'

to

two
grow

two

the
Kal

children.

up,' not

shrine
the

night
wedded

the

flutes and

genitive:

iJ^fh3.

c.

Hdva

see

Warrior.

however,
closed

pair

the

this

note

ndt^ovi...iroi-

on

12.

note
c.

and

songs
chamber.

to

the

on

23.

the usual
irap4ir")i,irov,

bridal

the

to

flaming torches.

2.
crvpijdrjs
(TTparoir^dQis,

40.

Pan

to

STpoTuoTtjv,see

of music

possessive

Pan

when

But

up

of reverence,

and

escorted

old.'

noi|Ji^vos "EpwTos,
L.

him

pipes and

of this story.

these

hailed

years.

'At^Xiiv,
#iXoiroC|ieva
names
obviously suggested by

pastoralcharacter

set

worship

revellers

all the

and

Shepherd

escort

door

13

of

GREEK

al^vlSiov

87
8

numerals

Letters

refer

18

130

/t^Xoi',

substantive

160

142

30

168

olvos,
33

82

oivdvaXo

see

56

veaviKous

48

a,

venTjaere

85

^^Xt

ffvplffas g6 b

160
iiT'j^veL

of

use

104

86

dative

by

137b

188

age

by
b

genitive

cf. 88
160

prepositions
with

dtvos

dvdoff/jlas 46 b" 47 b^

olvos

\evK6s

29

b,

nominative
dative

partic.

jceXfuffT^s

64
120

165

partic.
100

"fo/S"

123

Kpariip 'Ep/Mv

136

avaprf

ova

aTbiM.

153

a,

b,

193

12a

Xiifcou

38

b,
141

position

Xirpa

30

(tia

186

b
of

72a,

iiropefipeyiUvoi 96
b

124

32

60

auripav

Tts,

Ke\ev6pTuv

160

a
12

b
a,

metaph.

Taptrois

il/uoXlav46

102

158

122

b,

18

iroifioivia metaph.

119

57

7iiXa

93

with

itpxeaav

TJ/iriv66

b,

99

with

ToifUyt,

iareiparai/iivri followed

with

a,

*Ep/ioi) KpaT^p

108

Seiv

with

b,

olvos

iraKiOiis

10

b,

of

xe/)i(rKeXf5es

cfa, pregnant

83 b,

42

128

a,

43

18

triB'ltKif1

^Xt"

40

156

ofjLoydXaKTOs

8 b

a,

a"

41

b, 127

oiviYaXa

libations

as

yevviKwv

88

love

115

liiKpov

a^Xf^

with

Sifax

69

obios,

Sedrepa

of

7(iXaKTOs

^XeuKos

cf.

/Jias=TU'6s

v^oi'

^i'

43

tokens

as

/x^TTu

80

173

/SoOs

aimpiraii

/Sois

38

I.s6b

115

106

I'^oi'

jitAt

with

diroffOjSetc

arbiia

46b-47b,

i,itdwaTo

Notes.

columns.

''

ivdoapdav

oirAs

the

to

the

to

XiJkou

avapairosi

"aTci5a

refer

TTP

Arabic

axpidoS'^KTiv
i\ovpyh

INDEX

123b,

178b

ENGLISH

Roman

numerals

Arabic

Adverbial

Accusative,

Double

68
126

i4b-iSa,

Alliteration

vii,

142

a,

vii,

Assonance

86

Asyndeton

b,

66

of Echo
Legend
Marsyas
157
Numa

184

loi

and

of

absence

10

45

122

Theseus

i8sa

Augment,

the

Zeus,

b
a

b,

book
c.

exposing

of 3 a, 8 b, 174

b,

188

149

of

exposing

compendiaria
ix,

22

descriptive

171b,
repeated 189

62

Oaths

100

a,

book

2.

b, 60

scenery

a,

146

122

Hair,

3 a,

Pipes
Pun

1 1

b,

b, 174

Legend

of

183

pot
of

30

161

141a,

Dionysus

b, 33 b, 77 b,

18

a,

193a

a,

192

a,

172

b,

book

b,

98

38

26

b,

a,

168

141a,

Repetition of words
31b,
45
34 b,

175

b,

Sailing,
132b

182

a,

108

2.

Vine,
162

Wine,

JOHN

19 a, 28

CLAY,

M.A.

AT

a,

133

71 b,

73 a,

122

b,

viii

kinds

see

a,

72 b,

53 a, b,
126 b,
a,

of

57

b, 60
34

a,

a,

94

146
b

BY

174b

a,

Greek

Saint-Pierre

Laomedon

PRINTED

b,

104

16 a,

Scenery, descriptive
Subjunctive, unusual
126

149

12

30

and

cf.

a,

a,

Actaeon

Apollo

CAMBRIDGE

186

b,

the

Kiss,

158 b,

54

154

imitations

16 a,

b,

of children

dressing

Homeric

88

39

96 b,
Fish

166

a,

188

95 b,

i66b,

a,

Proverbs

Descriptive
Euripus
Exposing

13 b,

37

"-"

b,

181

c-

Dancing,

Comparatio
Courier,

9 a,

161

Negative

Cicerone

27

Names

Children,

c.

i.

34

vi

Author

Pitys

Ringdove,
the,
Syrinx book
2.

161 a,

98 b,

84 b, 88 b, 98

Philomela

148

23

Pan

c.

3.

Pan
a,

162

a,

book

126

Orpheus

b,

66 b,

97 b,

Notes.

columns.

162

Introduction.

the

140

b,

10

a,

86

b,

148 b, 156

a,

the

to

the

to
to

16 b,

vii,

Antithesis

refer

8 b

Accusative,

108

refer

Absolute

Affectation

refer

numerals

Letters

Accusative

INDEX

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