Ch 22 - Ch 22 Three times the sun had finished the year and...

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Ch 22 Three times the sun had finished the year and Orpheus had fled all love of women, wether because his first love had turned out badly or because he had given a promise to his wife. Nevertheless passion to join themselves to the singer held many women. Some having been driven away by him suffered very much, but especially the manades. While the poet Orpheus was moving the woods and the wild animals and indeed hard rocks by his clery gloomy and very sweet song, behold a crowd irritated and insaned of maenads, with their chests covered with animal skins saw him from the mountain. One of them says “behold”, “behold, there is our dispiser” and she threw a javelin into the face of phobus’s bard. Finally w=the head a=lies ona= a foreign blankBut the spear itself having been captured by the song of the poet arrived without a wound. Another threw a rock, which having been thrown was overcome in the air itself by his voice and lyre and just a sa suppliant lay before the feet of Orpheus. But indeed their anger grows and insane ernys rules. All the weapons having been moved by a song of Orpheus would have been harmless; but the loud noise of the very angry
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2010 for the course LATN 2051 taught by Professor Katchmer during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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Ch 22 - Ch 22 Three times the sun had finished the year and...

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