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Axov koipave 7refnr6jevo peeiv ouk diroripn rov

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A')]Xov> Koipave, 7refnr6/j,evo<;, pe^eiv ouK diro^ripn, rov opOpo^orjv Trapd ^(OfjLoh opviv, ov ev'X^wiXat'i Q)p.oX6yr]aa real<i' el Be Tc Twv ovrcov Tore ol irXeov rj koI eXaaaov eXOoL e')((jov, XeXvTai tov/hov viroa-^eaiov. rfXOe he avv 7rcoy(ovi. toS* el (j>iXov avTo<i eavTM ev^aro, ttjv Ovatrjv Trpdcrae tov ev^djiievov. 25.— STATTAAIOT 4>AAKKOT Xd)6v fjLoi HoXe/xcova fxoXelv, or eTrefnrov, 'AttoX-Xw TjTovfiTjv, dvairjv opviv v'iToa')(^op,evo^. rfXde Be fioi HoXe/jicov Xdaio<; yevvv. ov p.d ere, 4>otySe, rfXdev epiOL, TriKpG) S' e^e<^vyev p,e Td')(ei. OVKCTL aoi 6vC0 TOV dXcKTopa. p,7) ao(f>L^ov, KO)(f>r]v poi aTa^voov dvTiBiBovf; KaXdfMtjv. 292
STRATO'S MUSA PUERILIS just at that fatal age of sixteen, and having withal every charm, small and great, a voice which is honey when he i-eads and lips that are honey to kiss, et ad capiendum intus rem inculpatissimam. What will become of me ? He bids me look only. Verily I shall often lie awake fighting with my hands against this empty love. 23.— MELEAGER I AM caught, I who once laughed often at the seren- ades of young men crossed in love. And at thy gate, Myiscus, winged Love has fixed me, inscribing on me "Spoils won from Chastity." 24.— TULLIUS LAUREAS If my Polemo return welcome and safe, as he was, Lord of Del OS, when we sent him on his way, I do not refuse to sacrifice by thy altar the bird, herald of the dawn, that I promised in my prayers to thee. But if he come possessing either more or less of anything than he had then, I am released from my promise. But he came with a beard. If he himself prayed for this as a thing dear to him, exact the sacrifice from him who made the prayer. 25.— STATYLLIUS FLACCUS When I bade farewell to Polemo I prayed for him to return safe and sound to me, Apollo, promising a sacrifice of a fowl. But Polemo came to me with a hairy chin. No, Phoebus, I swear it by thyself, he came not to me, but fled from me with cruel fleetness. I no longer sacrifice the cock to thee. Think not to cheat me, returning me for full ears empty chafl". 293
GREEK ANTHOLOGY 26.— TOY AYTOY <(f)oiPL^eiv ^Q)fjLov<; Q}/xo\6yr)aa r€Ov<;>. vvv 6* avT(f UoXe/xcov dvaa-co^erai' ovkct a^lKTai, ^oi^e, haav<i S' rjKatv ovKerc aoiiO<i ifMoL avrb<i laco'; crKidaac yevvv ev^aro' Ovirco avTO^;, dvTLa ralaiv i/j,al<i iXTriaiv ev^dfievo<;. 27.— TOY AYTOY 5)ai9 cKeXop irpovireiMTTOv iyo) UoXefjUOiva TTapeial<i, rjv €\Orj, dvaecv opvcu vTToa'^o/jievo'i' ov Be^Ofiai (^dovepol^i, Uaidv, (fiplaaovra 'y€V€iot<i, ToiovTov j\rjp,a)v eXveKev €u^dp,€vo<i. ovSe fidr-qv TiXXeaOai dvairriov opvcv eoLKCv, rj avvnXKeaOco, A'^Xie, koX YloXi/jucov. 28.— NOTMHNIOT TAPSEHS KOpo? Kvpi6<i iarr rt fMOi p,e\ei, el irapd <ypdp,fia; ovK dva<yLVoiiaK(ii top koXov, dWd /SXeTTw. 29.— AAKAIOT llpd)rapxo<i /caX.09 ia-Tt, koL ov OiXer dXXd OeXrja-ei vaTepov 7} 8' ioprj Tutp^irdB^ e-^ovaa T/36%6t. 30.— TOY AYTOY 'H Kvrjjjbrj, ^UavSpe, BaavveTar dXXa (pvXa^ai, fjii] ae KOL 7] 'jTvyrj ravTO iraOovaa Xddy KOL yvcoaj} (f)iXeovTO<; oarj airdvL'i.

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