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ODYSSEY I— XII 



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IVJTJI INTRODUCTIOl/, NOTES, ETC, 



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W. W. MERRY, M.A. 

Fellow and Lecturer of Lincoln College, Oxford 



FOURTH EDITION 



AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 
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PREFACE. 

The editing of the first half of the Odyssey was under- 
taken for the Clarendon Press Series by the late James 
Riddell, M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Balliol, a task peculiarly 
appropriate to his fine taste and intuitive appreciation of 
Greek scholarship. 

That work was cut short by his early death, when he had 
written a commentary on some five books. In preparing 
this volume for School use I have been glad to consult his 
admirable notes, but they belong properly to the larger 
edition of the Odyssey, which is intended to appear later 
in the Clarendon Series in our joint names. 

The present text follows in the main the readings of the 
critical edition of La Roche (Teubner, Leips. 1867), but it 
diflfers considerably from it in accentuation and orthography. 
It will be noticed that instead of such combinations as oih-is, 
oCiTM, SoTK, €ir€ibfi, the older and uncombined forms oij rUy ov 
»», Ss Tiff, eirel bfj, are invariably written. Where the two 
elements of a diphthong are to be pronounced separately, 
the breathing is placed over the first letter, as evTrX^^aftor , 
^ixfly instead of writing the word with the mark of diaeresis, 

— — 

as tvn\6KafiO£f avTfifi. 

The form in which the Homeric Question is briefly stated 
in the Introduction is adapted from a short pamphlet by 
Dr. Thomaszewski (Culm, 1869). In iVie '5ie^2i^>a!ats. o\"^^ 



VUl PREFACE. 

notes, Nitzsch's Commentary has been an invaluable assist- 
ance. The edition of Ameis and the new issue of Crusius' 
Commentary have also furnished much useful matter. 

In writing notes for School-books it is hard to decide how 
much to say and how much to leave unsaid. The Editor 
is content to hope that the present volume may be some 
help towards the intelligent study of the most delightful of 
Greek books. 

W. W. M. 
Oxford^ 1870. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

•duction xi 

of Odyssey, Books I — XII xix 

SSEY, Book I I 

« n i6 

„ HI 31 

„ IV 48 

„ V 77 

„ VI 9, 

„ VII 106 

„ VIII 118 

» IX 138 

» X 157 

„ XI 177 

w XII 199 

h of Principal Homeric Forms • . , . 215 

Metre of Homer 224 

jric Syntax • 226 

231 



INTRODUCTION. 



There are some eight existing biographies of Homer, but all 
equally destitute of historical value. One of them claims to be 
by Herodotus, and another by Plutarch, but the earliest of them 
cannot date much before the Christian era, whilst most of them 
belong to a still later period. 

Between the earliest and latest dates assigned to Homer there 
is a diflference of more than 400 years — viz, from the middle 
of the eleventh to the latter half of the seventh century B.C. 
Herodotus would put him some 400 years before his own time 
(q). Hdt. 2. 53 'Haiodov yhp Koi "O/niypov ^Xtictijv TfTpaicoo-ioto-* 
tmn doK€to fi€v TTpeafivrepovs ytpca-dai-Koi ov rrkiloo'i), which would 
bring the date to the middle of the ninth century B.C. 

Equally great is the uncertainty about the poet's birthplace, as 
the epigram expresses it, 

CTTTGl TTokilS dtCpt^OVCTtV TTCpl ptfoV 'OflflpOVf 

2fivpvay *F6dos, KoX($0a>v, 2a\apXvy *Iof, ^Apyof, *Adrjvai, 

The Salamis her? mentioned is in Cyprus. The names of other 
places were from time to time substituted in this list, till there 
were not less than twenty claimants for the honour. 

The list of cities, and the order in which they occm*, possibly 
point to the direction in which Epic poetry spreac^through Asia 
Minor and Greece. 

In modem times the very existence of Homer, as the single 
author of Iliad and Odyssey, has been denied. The two poems 
have been regarded as a conglomeration of a number of separate 
lays by separate composers, and the name "Ofiripos has been ren- 
dered * uniter,' or ' compiler,' (from o/noC and apo),) or interpreted 
as representing some fictitious personage whom the HoTcvEndafc 
(or guilds of Epic poets and reciters) claimed as \Xie\t io>as!AKc \ 



xii INTRODUCTIOH. ■ 

Just as the Eumolpidae referred to 3 mythical Eumolpus, fra^| 
whom they derived their position and their name. ^| 

The disciiiision of these points in their various bearings forfijH 
the so-called Homeric Question, the chief stimiUus to which, {fl 
modem days, was given by the publication of the ' Frolegomeofl 
ad Horaerum ' (1793], by F. A, Wolf, Professor of Philology ilfl 
Halle. J 

The position which he sought to establish may be thus repnS 

% I. The Homeric poems were not originally composed in thM 

complete and elaborate form in which we now possesH 

them, for, ^| 

(a) They are too extensive to have been composed a^H 

transmitted without the use of writing, which only C3^^| 

into vogue with the introduction of prose compos itioi^^l 

(d) There was no inducement to a poet to compose sii^H 

extensive works, unless he could have readers as wel^^l 

hesrers. ^H 

(c) Before the time of Peisistratus these poems did !^^| 

exist as a whole. ^H 

(s) There are many traces of later interpolations and]^| 

the piecing together of different parts, and many C(^H 

tradictions and inconsistencies. ^H 

\ 3. Both poems were probably formed out of short popii^^| 

lays, each of which dealt only with a single action ^H 

adventure. These lays were coromunicated by oral tr^^H 

missioa only, and were recited to the accompaniment'j^H 

the lyre (luBapii). By and by, these lays were combitt^H 

into groups, more or less comprehensive, and, long afU^^| 

wards, were united by one man (called, in virtue of ^H 

task, Homerus) into a complete whole, which was ^^| 

committed to writing by Peisistratus. In process of tif^H 

the text was emended by the so-called, Diasceuastae, ^^| 

finally Rxed by Aristarchus the Grammarian of Alexandij^H 

in the present form. ^H 

~bese news o£ F. A Wolf were taken up and pushed still ' 



INTRODUCTION, xiii 

fiirther by Professor Lachmann, of Berlin, who applied them to 
the examination of the Iliad. He professed to detect in the 
poems sixteen (or reckoning in the last two books, eighteen) 
separate lays, by diflferent authors and without any mutual con- 
nection. Each lay, originally complete in itself, was afterwards 
expanded, till after many years of oral transmission (greatly faci- 
litated by the work of the Homeridae and other guilds of poets 
and reciters) the whole was thrown into its present shape by the 
recension of Peisistratus. 

This view is a distinct advance upon that of Wolf. It simply 
drops the notion of a Homer altogether, and regards the separate 
portions of the poem not as so many popular lays, but as dis- 
tinct compositions of different poets. A new theory was pro- 
pounded by Grote in his History of Greece. Like a house, 
the original plan of which is gradually extended by subsequent 
additions, the Iliad is regarded by him as consisting of an earlier 
AcbtlUis (to which belong libb. i, 8, 11-22; the 23rd and 24th 
being later), and an Iliad proper, consisting of libb. 2-7, and 10. 
Both these portions seem to him as the work of the same genera- 
tion, the latter being somewhat later, and possibly by a different 
author. The ninth book is a later composition. Modem criti- 
cism has dealt similarly with the Odyssey, and professes not only 
to detect many interpolations and discrepancies in the text, 
but to find in it two distinct Epic poems woven more or less 
dosely together, viz. a ^elemachia and an Odysseia (vid. Die Tele- 
macbie, Hennings, Leips. 1858). 

But as the * Homeric Question * implies discussion and contro- 
versy, we are prepared to find a strong party of scholars on the 
other side, supporting the view of the unity of authorship, if not 
of the personal existence of Homer. They would answer the 
positions laid down by Wolf as follows. They reply to — 

§ I. (a) There were many persons in classic times who 
knew the Homeric poems by heart, as Niceratus (Xen- 
oph. Symp. 3.5), and the Greeks of Olbia on the Pontus 
(Dio. Ghrys. 33). The poems of the Icelandic Skalds 
have been preserved for more than 200 years by oral 
transmission; and the songs of the xvaXXoiv^Wi^x^ ci^^'^ 



iv INTRODUCTION. ■ 

Katmuck Tatars sometimes lasE a whole day long. 
When writing was an uncommon art, memory was lar 
stronger Oi>^/ir) (u'l'irD/i^T-iup, Aesch. P. V. 461), but it is 
at least open to doubt whether Wolfs view of the late 
introduction of writing into Greece is not overstated. 

(b) Such poems offered sufficient inducement to bring vast 
audiences together, who could listen and applaud with 
delight and without weariness. 

(c) This statement is directly denied. An Iliad existed as 

a whole before the First Olympiad (776 B.C.) The 
arrangements made by Solon for the recitations at the 
Panathenaea presuppose a certain definite form of Iliad 
and Odyssey. The task of Peisistratus was restoration, 
not creation. He did not produce a combination that 
had not existed previously, but he settled it anew 
after it had been disturbed by the uncertainties of oral 
transmission. His was not so much a literary as a 
political act. 

(d) Contradictions and discrepancies may tell as much for 
the poet as against him. We accept them in Virgil, 
Dante, and Shakespeare, although the works of these 
poets were all written down from the very first. The 
poet is carried away by his own thought; he cannot 
descend to all the minutiae of detail. But while it Is 
impossible to regard the Homeric poems as a mosaic 
work, however perfect the joints, it is likely enough that 
in course of transmission many lines or whole scenes 
may have crept into the text or have been designedly 
interpolated. 

The claimants for unity of authorship answer thus to — 

§ a. The Greek tragedians and Plato were strangely de- 
ceived in accepting as a poetic whole this mechanical 
combination of various lays ; and those moderns who 
parade their long list of discrepancies forget to assign 
due importance to the remarkable uniformity and con- 
sistency that run through the various characters of the 



INTRODUCTION. XT 

ms. It is not denied that Homer is indebted to 
tradition and to existing' songs for many of the ad- 
ventures of his heroes and for the general sketch of 
their characters : but to use this material and weave it 
into a harmonious Epie is the highest task of genius. 
That it is necessary to assign a difTerent author to Iliad and 
dyssey was the decision of some of the older critics, e,g. 
enon and Hellanicus, circ. loo B.C. Those who supported 
b view were called XajpifoioTt or ' separaters.' They based 
upon various differences, both in matter and in language, 
'tween the poems ; and the list of these has been largely es- 
nded by modem critics. Among the most evident we may 
entioD that in the Iliad (i8. 383) the wife of Hephaestus is 
laris, in the Odyssey she appears (8. 274) as Aphrodite, Neleus 
the Odyssey has three, in the Iliad twelve sons. Neoptolemus 
but a child in the Iliad, a young warrior in the Odyssey, The 
ioscuri are mortals in the Iliad; in the Odyssey they are 
ified. The Gods of the Iliad live on the Mysian Olympus, 
e sovereignty of Zeus is hardly acknowledged. In the Odyssey 
e Gods live in a supramundane region and Zeus is unquestioned 
biter. In the two poems the state of society is different. The 
ad represents the feudal system in its strictest form ; in the 
jyssey the kings consult their people in a parliament, and the 
eat chieftains, such as Menetaus, are not only lighting men, 
it merchants. As to differences between the language of the 
'o poems, it may be said that there is a far greater number of 
etiact words in the Odyssey, and that the same word has 
it always the same meaning in the two poems. But in attempt- 
g to establish any argument from the language, it would be 
:eemary to take in the whole question of the place of compo? 
Lion, and the probable changes which the text may have 
idergone at the hands of the early critics and editors. 
It is likely enough that Epic poetry developed itself from the 
mgs of the priests when celebrating their rites ; as, for example, 
■e Pierians in Thrace had their mythic poets, Orpheus, Linus, 
hamyris, Musaeus, whose hymns are still quoted or alluded to. 
t any rate, there can be no doubt that llie U\id stad Oi^^sK^ *«i 



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xvi INTRODUCTION. 

not present themselves to us as first attempts in Epic poeti 
their finish and perfection point to the climas rather than to ( 
commencement of art. This view is corrohorated by the aliusi 
in the Homeric poems to other bards, such as Phemius 
Ithaca, and Demodocus at the Phaeacian court, besides thi 
mentioned in Od. 3. 367 and 4. 17 ; by the allusions to the : 
ventures of heroes and heroines, which must have been record 
in other Epics, and which were evidently familiar to the hear 
of the Homeric poems, A vast mass of these Epic legends, 
the story of Thebes, the fate of Troy, and many other popu 
tales, were collected by the Alexandrian critics, and the collect! 
was called imKos KiiKkos. The Greek traeedians found most 
the subjects of their dramas in the poems of the Epic Cy( 
They must have been of varying merit ; some, no doubt, fit 
compare with Iliad and Odyssey; others, of later date, mi 
imitations of earlier Epic, composed to fill up some gsp in I 
continuity of the whole story. Such an author must Horac 
Seripior cjclhus (A. P. ijS) have been. The Trojan legend 
completed in eight epics, 

I. Ti KuTTpia ((Jtij) byStasinus. The poem began with thef 

cause of the Trojan war, the apple of Discord flung do 

at the banquet that celebrated the nuptials of Peleus ; 

Thetis ; and the story is continued up to the beginning 

3. The Iliad. 

3. AifliWit, by Arctinus, narrates the appearance on the sci 

of war of Penthesilea, who came to help the Trojans : 
was slain by Achilles. It also records the prowess and de 
of Memnon, chieftain of the Aethiopians and son of Eo 

4. 'IX.it iwiph, by Lesches, tells of the glories of Odysst 

and begins with the contest between him and Ajax for 
possession of the arms of Achilles. 

5. 'iXi'ov jrepcTit, by Arctinus, describes the fall and sack 

Troy, the wooden horse, the sacrifice of Polyxena, &c. 

6. NdoToi, by Agias of Troezen, recount the adventures 

the Greek chieftains on the homeward voyage fro m Ti 
7. The Odyssey. ^^H 






INTRODUCTION, xvii 

8. Ti?Xry<Jveta, by Eugammon, narrates the death of Odysseus 

through the misadventure of Telegonus, his son by Circe. 

^^T The Homeric poems were recited by Rhapsodists, whose 

le seems, to refer not to tl^e joining together of separate 

igs, but to the even flow of the Epic Hexameter, unbroken 

stanza or antistrophe. Cp. Hesiod. Fragm. eV veapois vfivois 

^pa^airres doiBriv, In later times, they wore a distinguishing 

Wume, viz. a long flowing cloke of crimson when they were 

reciting from the Iliad; of blue, when they declaimed the 

Odyssey. The KiBaprj or 0op/iiyj, an instrument of four strings, 

was used for the accompaniment, which consisted in a prelude 

{apoPoXrj^ a few chords struck during the recitati've, as we should 

I now call the vocal part, and a tune again at the end of the 

''■performance. As much uncertainty was introduced into the 

text by the Rhapsodists, and the order of events was lost by 

careless recitation, each Rhapsodist perhaps knowing only one or 

two divisions of the poems (called pa^aidmi), Solon ordered 

that the Rhapsodists should recite i^ vTro^oXrj?, which seems to 

mean, * according to cue, or hint,* thereby keeping the proper 

sequence of the story ; not, for example, to recite the dpLorela 

of Diomed after the death of Hector. Hipparchus, son of 

Peisistratus, similarly enjoined the recital of the poems without 

<| break at the Panathenaea, and if one Rhapsodist was unequal 

I to the task, another should be ready to take up the recitation 

^1 where the first left off (J^ vTroX^ecof). 

A The recension of the text made by Peisistratus, in which he 
V I doubtless accommodated the language more or less to the familiar 
forms in use in his time, was the basis of all future recensions, 
though the original was lost during the Persian war. Many 
different editions (cicStJtrct j) were produced ; some, the work of 
individual scholars (al kqt avbpa), others, the publications of 
cities where Epic poetry was the fashion (ai Kara 7r<JXf tr). But 
the text had been greatly disturbed by capricious interpolaters 
and emenders (Stao-iccvaoTat), and the aim of the Alexandrian 
critics was as far as possible to reproduce the text of the Peisis- 
tratidean recension. Such a critical edition was called 5co9^<a^\.^. 
The library founded at Alexandria by PtoVem^ ^o\jet ^^'^-j^^J^^i^ 

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INTRODUCTION. 



I And enlarged by his son, was said to contain 400,000 books. The 
most famous of the librarians were, Zenodotus, to whom we owe 
the present division into boots of Iliad and Odyssey, Aristophanes 
of Byzantium, and Aristarchus from Samothrace, The !ast- 
I mentioned scholar, the most famous name in Homeric criticism, 
Bjtrepared first an edition of Homer with a commentary (iinJ/iv^/iu); 
Kkhen he composed dissertat'ons on special points (ott^pom/iot-u), 
Piand again edited both Iliad and Odyssey. On the margin of 
both editions were the critical marks (oTjfifia), the use of which 
Aristarchus had learned from his master Aristophanes of By- 
zantium. The obelus -> denoted a spurious tine; the a: 
^ pointed out that the line was repeated elsewhere ; t 
marks together showed that such a repetition ' 
The iaik^ Ka6opa >- implied that the verse had been discussed by 
him elsewhere, or explained by the light of some other passage ; 
the iaiKij mpuanyiiivri S- expressed dissent from the reading of 
Zenodotus ; the antisigma 3 denoted that the order of the lines 
was inverted. 

The so-called Scholia are mainly excerpts from Homeric trea- 
tises by Herodian, Nicanor, Didymus, and Aristonicns, and the last 
of the commentators is Eustathius, bishop of Thessalonica, in the 
I twelfth century, whose voluminous Tiapfi3o\al rls Tf/u 'o^.^pon 
I tni 'OSitTai:av Vie Still possess. 




PLAN OF ODYSSEY. 



BOOKS I— XII. 

k the tenth year after the taking of Troy, and the twentieth.] 
■St departure from home, we find Odysseus stil 
Ithaca, completing the seventh year of his detention in the 
Ogygia in the far west, where Calypso, who had rescued 
>m shipwreck in the third year of his wanderings, still 
him against his will. Meanwhile, in Ithaca, the faithful 
; beset by importunate suitors who devour the suh- 
of the absent Odysseus : and the young Telemachus is an 
ing but helpless witness of their insolence. At this point, 
Athena, the constant protectress of Odysseus, protests at tbe 
■ inmcil of the Gods, in the absence of Poseidon, against such 
njustiee done to her hero. It is decided to despatch Hermes 
Uie messenger, to bid Calypso dismiss her prisoner-guest and 
send him on his voyage home, Athena, tailing the form of 
Menles, an old friend of Odysseus, goes to Ithaca, where she 
counsels Telemachus to turn the suitors out of liis house, and 
lo idsit Kestor and Menelaus in hope of hearing tidings of his 
lost father, (B. II) Nest day Telemachus summons an assembly 
iBd Issues his orders to the suitors, who treat him with brutal 
contempt, and refuse his request for a ship to carry him to 
Nestor's home at Pylos. But Athena, this time in the person of 
Mentor, procures one for him and gets together a crew. Only 
the old nurse Eurycleia is entrusted with the secret, and at night 
Telemachus starts, accompanied by Mentor, for Pylos, which he 
mches next day, (B, III) and finds Nestor and all his household 
engaged in a solemn sacrifice to Poseidon. Nestor, recognising 
in Mentor the goddess Athena, as she suddenly disappears from 
ill' banquet, pours a libation in her honour, and nest morning 
'i.ikes a splendid sacrifice. Nestor tells Telemachus all he 

£but it is Uttie to the purpose, so he setvfe V& s^t* ct.V's 



I 



PLAN- OF ODYSSEY. 

MenelauB in Sparta, and gives him his youngest son Peisistrahis 
for a companion. The next night sees them at Pherae at the 
house of Diodes, and the second evening brings them to Sparta, 
where they find Menelaus celebrating the marriages of his son 
and daughter (B, IVJ. Menelaus had not long reached his own 
home, liaving spent eight years in wandering after the fali of 
Troy, visiting Phoenicia and Egypt. Helen recognises Tele- 
machus from his likeness to hia father, the mention of whose 
name calls up so many sad memories that all are dissolved in 
tears till Helen calms them with some soothing opiate. Next 
day Telemachus brings news of his lost father from MenelauB, who 
tells him the revelation made to him by Proteus, that Odysseus 
is detained in the isle of Ogygia. Telemachus determines to 
return home at once, and rejects the invitation to a longer stay; 
but without describing his further movements, the story suddenly 
transports the reader to Ithaca, where the suitors have dis- 
covered that Telemachus is gone, and are plotting to waylay 
him on his return. Their design is betrayed by Medon to 
Penelope, who is heartbroken by the news; but Athena com- 
forts and reassures her in visions of the night. Meanwhile 
the suitors place their ship near the isle of Asterls to intercept 
Telemachus, 

At the opening of B. V we find a second assembly of the Gods, 
in which Athena again presses her request that Zeus should send 
Hermes to Calypso's home in Ogygia, 

This is now performed, and Calypso dismisses Odysseus and 
furnishes with provisions the raft which he had built. On 
the eighteenth day after his departure from Ogygia he sights 
the land of the Phaeacians, when Poseidon spies him, raises 
a tempest, and wrecks his boat; but Odysseus is saved by 
swimming, thanks to the magical scarf which Ino Leucothea 
gives him. 

For two days and two nights he is adrift, and then he finds a 
landing-place in the estuary of a river, and lies down to sleep in 
the shelter of a wood. Nest morning (B. VI), Nausicaa, daughter 
of the PJi.ieacian king, in obedience to a vision, goes with her 
na:dens to wash the linen of the house\vo\d in the river. Odys- 



PLAN OF ODYSSEY. xxi 

seas 'is awoke by the voices of the maidens, and presents himself 
as a suppliant to Nausicaa, who gives him raiment, and directs 
him how to find her father's palace, and how to seek relief from 
her mother. Odysseus (B. VII) enters the. palace unseen, by 
the aid of Athena, and marvels at the splendour of the house and 
gardens. Then he makes his way to the queen, and the mist 
which had concealed him melts off, and he stands revealed before 
an present. He is welcomed; and Arete the queen listens to 
the story of his shipwreck and his meeting with her daughter 
Nausicaa. Next day (B. VIII) Alcinous calls an assembly, in 
which'it is resolved to send Odysseus safely home. At the games 
which follow, Odysseus astounds all the spectators by his strength 
and skill in throwing the quoit. Demodocus the bard sings to 
them of the loves of Ares and Aphrodite, and then changes his 
subject to the story of the wooden horse of Troy. Odysseus is 
melted to tears by these bygone memories ; and when Alcinous 
notices his distress and asks him who he is, he discloses his name 
and parentage (B. IX) and begins the story of his adventures. 
The conflict with the Ciconians ; the visit to the Lotophagi ; the 
destruction ©f the cruel Polyphemus, the visit to Aeolus (B. X) 
and its disastrous result ; the destruction of his fleet by the Lae- 
strygonian giants, are all recounted in order. Then he tells of 
his visit to Circe's isle, of his restoration of the comrades whom 
the witch had turned to swine, and of his preparation for a 
voyage to the realm of Hades. (B. XI) Arrived there he in- 
vokes the dead ; learns of his coming fortunes from Teiresias, 
holds converse with his mother, and sees the forms of departed 
heroes and noble dames, and witnesses the punishment of Tityus, 
Tantalus, and Sisyphus. Then in terror he hastily sets sail again 
for Circe's isle (B. XII), and leaving her once more he escapes 
the Sirens, and lands on the Thrinacian isle, where are the 
sacred herds of Helios. The comrades of Odysseus are reckless 
enough to kill these for their own use, and for their impiety 
they are all destroyed in a tempest sent by Zeus, Odysseus 
alone escapes, and reaches the isle of Calypso. This concludes 
his narrative ; after which he embarks on board ^ ^Vvajewrsaxs. 
ship and is taken safe to Ithaca. 



xai PLAN OF ODYSSEY. 

The division of the poem into days is as follows (: 
Einkitung,' p. 35) ; — 
ist day. Council of the Gods. Visit of Athena f 






L Ithaca. Departur 



jrd 



Sth 



\- 



7th 



Visit to Pylos. B. HI, 1-403. 

Sacrifice at Pylos, Departure for Sparta. 

at Pherae. B. Ill, 404-490. 
Visit to Sparta, and welcome at the house of Mei 

laus. B. Ill, 491— IV, 305. 
Sojourn in Sparta. Return of the scene to Itl 

and plot of suitors against Teleraachus. 

306-624, and again 625-846, 
Second council of the Gods. Despatch of Hei 

to Calypso. B. V, 1-237. 

Ijth-iith Building of the raft. B. V, 228-262. 
Jath-aSth Departure of Odysseus from Ogygia and contini 
of his voyage for seventeen days, B. V, 263- 
k$th-3ist The Fhaeacian mountains come in sight (B. V, 
Storm and shipwreck, and two days and nights 
drifting on the sea. On the twentieth day after he 
first sets sail he lands on the coast of ScherJa, and 
I seeks the shelter of the wood (B. V, 34, 317-390 — 

I VI, 170). During the night Athena appears to 

* Nausicaa in a dream. B, VI, 13-40. 

jand day. Meeting of Namicaa and Odysseas. His entrance 

into the palace of Aicinous. B. VI, 48-VII, 344. 
33rd „ Second day spent in Scheria. Banquet, Games. 
Story of Odysseus, lasting late into the night. 
VIII, I— XllI, 17. 
' The remainder of the poem occupies seven days. 



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GROUND PLAN OF HOMERIC HOUSE. 
Mainlj from H. Rumpf, De JBdOnu HomericU, p. U. (Giiaen, 1848.) 



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A.— Court Yard (avAij). a. {ecrrot At»oi (Od. 3, 406. Nitzsch ad loc. cp. Od. 16, 
143 foil. 17, ^30). b, c. Door and entrance (irpoBvpa ai/K^^, Od. i , 103). d. Walls at 
Mdi side of entrance (evwiria, Od. 4, 43). e. Verandah of court yard (aldovo-a, Od. 3, 
Vih<^' 18, 103). f. StaUs for horses or cattle (cp. Od. 17, 398). g. Altar of Zcv? 
tfiinun (Od. 33, 334). h. Rotunda (OoAos, Od. 33 , 443). i. Steps to npoSofio^. 

B. — Hali. (fLeyapov). i. Entrance to house (npoBvpot Od. 8, 30^). 3. Verandah of 
IxMae (ojSovaUt Od. 3, 399). 3. Rooms opening to 8ide passages. Perhaps bath rooms. 
(. Side passages (Aavpi), Od. 33, 1 38) . 5 . Chamber of Telemachus ( Od. i . 436) . 6. Hearth 
[covopr), Od. 6, 305). 7. Place where the Wassail-bowl stood («cpi}r^p, Od. 33, 341). 

8. Hlars (Ktovt^, Od. i, 137 ; 6, 307). 

C— Womkn's Quarters, o. Gallery raised on p\\l&ra, \hQ s^«iQ&&\^V«)^\v'«\&^^^ 
*• iu<f66ijmi of Od. ig, j;. p. Armoury (Od. 1 9, 1 •] V N . CYvMsJwst^ VJi^,^ > -^^^ - 

J.Clnai/wro/OdjrwiM fOAaj, 178 foil.). e. Stain COd,i,aioV 
D.—B/LCK Yard (epxot). 



OAY22EIA2 A. 

0€O)i/ ay opd. 'A^iyj/aj Trapalvecrig irpbg TiyXe/iaj^o*/. 

Invooation of the Muse. 

''kvbpa fxoi hwency Movo-a, itokurpo'nov, hs fuiXa TroXXa 

ir\ay)(^iy, lird, TpoCrjs Upov mokUOpov iircpa-e* 

iroXkQv 5' iofOpdiTtoav {Sci; ixn^a koL v6ov iyvony 

TtoXKh, ^ S y iv 'jr6vT<a itiBev fiXyea hv Karh Ovfiov, 

apjrufievos r}v re V'^V '^^ voarov kraCpcov. S 

iAX' (w6' As krdpovs i^pfuaaroy Ufi€v6s Ttcp' 

ovtQv yap a'<f>€T4prj<nv iLTatrdaXbio'LV okovro^ 

Mpriot, o\ Kara fiovs ^TircpCovos 'HeAfoto 

fjirOiov avTop 6 Tolaw &(f>€CX.ero vSoTLfiov fjfiap. 

T&v ofwOev y€y dca, 6-6yaT€p Atbsy chri koI fjfuv. lo 

The detention of OdysseiiB in Calypso's isle. 

'EvO* iXXoi fjiv Trdwey, 5<rot (fy6yov ahsvv SkeOpov, 
oUoi Itravy TrSXepLov re 'n'c^cvyrfrey rjbi 06Xa<r<r(W 
TOP d' dioVy v6aTov K€yjn\iiivov ifi^ yvvatKbs^ 
v6lJi4''n Tf^TVi lpVK€ Ka\tn/rci>, bla OeduaVy 
bf aviatn yXa<l>vpoi(n, XiXaiojiivr) irda-iv etvau 15 

iXX* Jre itf iros fjXOe Tt^pntkop.ivoiv bfiavrQv^ 
T^ ot hi^KkdaavTO O^oX olKdvhc victrOai, 
cb 'WiKTiv, oi8' lv6a irecpvyixivos J[€V hUSkax^^ 
^jfieri ot<n <f>Dioi(n,. 0€o\ 8' iX^aipov ?niauT« 

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1. 0AT22EIAS A. 

Athena, In foaeidoit's abwnce, claims the piateotioiii 
of Zena for Odysseus. 

'AAX' & fiiev AWloTTas nfreKCade rriXoff i6vras, 
AWCoTtas, Tol bi^Ba btbalarai., iayfiTOi aehp&v, 
ol fih) hva-ojiivov 'TiiepCoiios, ol 5' aviovros, 
Avnooiv Toipmv re koI apvfimii iKar^nfiTjs. 
ivff o ye ripHfTo havrX ■aap^fuvos' ol hi 8^ SXXoi 
Zr}vbs ivl fityipounv 'OkviJ.'nCov Adpooi, TJcrav. 
Toiai hi p.v0a>ii ijpxe waTJjp avbpSv re tfeMU re' 
[ur^iraTo yap Kara dviioa hfivftovos AlyCirdoio, 
roc p ' Ayap.ip.vovlhTj'i t-ijAskAvtos- fKrav 'Opiarrfs' 
Tov S y imfi^adtls lire ^davATOKn lierqvba- 

''il tto'ttoi, oIou S»J i^ 6€ovs pporol alTtooivrai. 
^i Vf^""' y^P <t"^i^'' '"^''' ^f-P-^cif 01 bi Kal airrol 
aip^au/ ixairOaXlrfiiiv insip fi6pov &\yf ^ov(rw, 
5>S Koi tnji) AtytcrBos vnip p,6pov 'Arpetbao 
yrjfi ikoxov p.in)iTT^v, rbv b' tKraw vorrrria-ama, 
ei0is alirvD Sk^Spov' iirei Ttpo oE flTiop.ei' T/fifXs, 
Epfiflav Tiip-if/anrfs, ^o-kottov ap7ei0o'ynjc, 
(iifr' avTOD KTeiveiv /.wjre fMiaacrOai, aKoiTiV 
tx yap 'Opffrraa rltris lo-o-eroi 'ArpeKoo, 
imroT &y '^0y}<rri re kcH ^s IfieCperai a&iff. 
is ?^a9' 'Epfiec'd?, AAA' oti ipph-as AlyicrOoio 
ireW ayaBa ^poviatv vvu S' dflpoo iravr 

Thv b' '^iXfC^€T lireira deh ykavKQiri^ 
' to itdrtp ^pJrepe Kpovlbri, fiTrare Kpi 
KoX XCrjv Kfivos ye ioiKOTt Keirot oKiOpf 
&s iirdAotro koI oXAos oris tomvtA ye p^fot. 
^AXd ftoi ifi(f> 'OSvaiji. bai(f>povi. baCerat ^rop, 



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1. 0ATS2EIAS A. 3 

prjiTia iv ink^iffUTff^ oOl t dii<j)aX6s iari 6aXa<ra7is. 50 
vrjaos bevbpTJca-a-Oj Oeh 5' ^z; bdfmra vaUi^ 
"ArXavTos Qvy&nip d\o6<j)povoSy is re daXicraTis 
vA4Tris pivOca otdev^ ^€i hi re Kiovas airrhs 
fjLOKpaSy (A yaiii/ re /col oipavhv ifiifHS expva-i. 
Tov Ovyirrip bdarqvov dh)p6p.€V0v fcare/otJ/cet, 55 

aid h\ [laXaKoun kou alpLvXCoLcri Xoyotai 
6iky€ty OTTODS ^lOiKTjs iTTtXrj(r€Tat' avTap 'OSvtrtreuy, 
Up.€Vos kclL Kairvbv iiroOpda-KOVTa vorjaai 
ris yaCrjs, Oaviuv IfieCperat, ovbi w aoC Trep 
hrrpiiterai, <f>C\ov fjrop, 'OXiJ/xme. oi v6 t 'OSuo-trciy 60 
ApycCoov Ttapa vqval yjxpl^ero Upa piO^v 
TpoCrj iv evpcCri ; tC vv ol t6<tov dbicrao, Zed ;' 

Ttiv 6' i.Trafi€tp6fi€V0$ •npotri^t] v^^ekrf/^pira ZaJs* 
^riiofov ifJLOVy Tioiov ere iitos <l>vy€V (pKos dbovrttiv. 
irfis iv liretT ^Obvaijos iyo) OeCoio XaBoCfirjv, 65 

OS wepl fjikv v6ov k(n\ Ppor&v, vepl 6' ipa dcoiatv 
oBaviToia-iv Idcofce, rol ovpavov evpvv iyjyvtnv ; 
oAXa liocr^ibadiv ycurjoxps ia-KcXcs alkv 
I^vkXodttos K€)(6\aiTCU, hv 6<f>0akfiov iXiaxrcv, 
ivriB^ov IIok6<fyrjtJLOV, 8ov Kpdros eorl p^iarov 70 

vcurw KvKkdTrea-ai' Soaxra be fiw rinc ir6p.(l)rj^ 
^6pKvvos Ovyarqp, aXbs irpuyhoio fiibovroSi 
fo crniaai yXoA^vpoun Uoo-ctdcicort fiLyelcra, 
h TOV bil ^ObvGTJa Ilo(r€i,bi<dv kvotrl^Ooav 
ow n fcaroicrcivci, 'irXdfet 6' imh iraTpCbos atrjs. 75 

i^A' iyeff^ ^fteis ot8c Tr€pi(l>paC<ifi€da TrtJwcy 
J'ocrroi;, &ra)s iXOtja-L' Uoa-cLbAaiv bi pLcOrjaei 
^v XoXov ov fikv ydp rt bwrjo-erat avrCa TrdvT<dv 
w(w6t(ov iiKrjTL Oe&v iptbatvip^ev olos.^ 

Thv b\yju^(j3€r h€LTa 0€a yXavKwiris 'k6T\wV "^^ 

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4 1. 0AT22EIAS A. 

el likv 5t) vw tovto <^(Xov liaKipfffn fleoiirt, 
vamijaai '08i;<r^a battjipova 3vb( b^fioi/be, 
'EpiAflav fjiu litfiTa, hiiKTopov apyfitpovi-qv, 
VJJrTOP Is 'Q.yvyiqv oTpivojitv, 0(j)pa Tii;;^toTtt 

voTTov 'OBuiro^oi Tokairti^tpovos, iSs ^e vhyrai. 
avrap iyiiiv 'WdKrif ecreX-svaofj^i, oippa ot vlav 
fioAAoi' (■aorpivo), Kat oX ^vos fV t^peir! dfiai, 
eis ayopT\v KoXiaavTO. K&pi\ KOfi-oatyras 'Axaiois 
jTOfri pvriirrrjptaaw aaenrip^cv, ot ri ol aUl 
/j,jj\' abiva <Tij>d^ov<Ti, koL tiXi'iraBas ?XcKa? (Sol's- 
■aifi^^ai 6' es Sirdprr/r re koI es nuXoy ijfiiaflotvra, 
yo'cTToi' weririSneiioii -naTpos ifiOiOV, ^v -aov ixovoTj, 
t}5' tvo. p.iv kXIos iirQKhv eu avBp^'woi.iJi.v ejjjjini'.' 
Athena app ears to Telemaohus in ItlLooa, oBiami 

tlia person of Mantes. 
ils eiiroCo' -fiTTo noira-cy eS^croro koA^ itihiXa, 
&fiPp6ai.a, xpjJceia, rd /mu tjiipov ■^piv 10" iyp^v 
^8' ST diietpoi'o yaroc 5/ia TU'otJjs &i/4p.oL0, 
[e&ero 5' tlAictfioi' ^yx^^i ciKa-)(ji(iiov 6^4i x^'^'p, 
ffptOv, fUyci, oTiffaphv, rS tdp,iirjtTi arl^as avSp&v 
tipdtov, Toiuiv Tt KorifftTerai o^pifwu&rp^j.J 
^^ bi Kor OiAvfinoio Kap^viae iC^acra, 
oTTJ 8' 'IfidtCTjs ivl bi'ijx<a em Tipodvpoi^ 'Obvirijof, 
avtov ill' ofiAei'oy" TroAa^i) S' ^t x,'^''*'"' ^YX°^' 
ftbop.ivri fefuM, Tai/i^uic rjyqropi, M4i>rg, 
€vpe 6 3/)a (ivTjm^pas ayrivopas. ol piv ftreiro 
Tinraoio'i TipOTrapoiOe dvpaaiv Ovfioii iTepnav, 
^ptvoi iv ptvouTi ^o&v, oCs Iktovov aiiToL 
KijpvKis b airoiiTt kcH OTpi]poX QfpanovTfi 
ol fih/ Up o'vov fp.irryov ivl KpnTrjpo-i Kal vbiop, 
't 8 aSre trTroyyoiin TroXiJTpT|Toifli TpoittCw 



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1. OATSSEIAS A. 5 

vCCov KcHt itp&riOev^ to\ h\ Kpia ttoXX^ haT^vro, 
Tifv h\ woXv TTp&Tos tde TriXipiaxos ^eoctS^y, 
^OTO yap hf iMni(TT7Jp<n <f>C\ov Tenr\iUvos ^Top, 
daaofuvos ifarip iaOkhv, hfL (f)p€alvy el iroOev i\6ii>v 115 
funjarrjpoDV t&v fih; a'K4batnv Kara bdfjLara OcCrj, 
nfifiv b* avTos ix9^ '^^ KTrjixacriv ota-Lv ivia-a-oi, 
ra <^povi(aVi iim\(rnip<Ti ficOrifievoSy el<rt6' ^AOrjvrjv. 
fiij 6' I6ifs irpoOvpoLo^ V€fi€<r<rri6rj 8' hn 6vfjL<a 
ieufov brjOa &6pri<rLV €(j>€<TTifi€V' iyyvOt bi arras 120 

X€ip ?Xc 8ef trep^i; xal ibi^aro x6Xk€OV iyx^s, 
KoL fuv <f><ovrj(ras iirca irrcpSevra irpoaTjiuba' 

^Xalpe^ fcire, irap afifii <f)i\rj(r€aL' avrap liretTa 
b€hrvov iraaa'dfievos fivdrjacai. ottcS <rc XP''1^^ 

*12ff ehrcav fiy€W\ ^ 8' Sairero UaXXas ^AOrivrj. 125 
ol 8' oT€ brj p IvToa-dcv iaav bofiov xr^Xoio, 
^YXPS liiv p lcm](r€ (f^ipo^v irpbs Klova iiaKplr\v 
bovpobSicrjs hrroaBof iv(6oVy Ivda ircp &XXa 
fyXjE ^Obva-aijos TaXa<rC(l)povo9 X(TTaTO TToXXa, 
carniv 8' is Opovov eto-ei; fiycoi;, imh Aira it^Ticraas^ 130 
Kokhv baibiX^oV rmh b\ dprjws troaiv fjev, 
Trap 8* airrbs KMa-pLov Biro ttoi.kCXov^ ^KToOev SXk(ov 
^0717/00)1;, fA^ (eivos iLVLTjOels 6pvpLayb(a 
Mirvi^ obrjaeLev^ ^ep<^i(iXot(n fiercXOoaVy 
rfi ha fuv ircpl irarphs hitoixop^^voio ipotro. 135 

X^pj^tjSa 8' &pL<f}Ciro\os irpox^^^ iir^eve <f>ipova-a 
KoX.^ Xpva-eCriy irnkp ipyvpioio XifirfTOs, 
vhjfairOaA' irapa bi feoTTji; h-iwa-a-e Tpdir^CoLV* 
ovrov 8' alboCrj rafiCrj irapiOrjKC (l)ipova-a, 
ft^ira TToXX' iittOeia-a, x^P'-C^l^^^ irapeovrcov' 140 

^Tpbs 8^ Kp€L&v irCvaKas irapiOrjKcv ieCpas 
V(ttrroC<av, irapa bi (r(j>L rCOei XP^^^^^ KifircAKa 



xxii PLAN OP ODYSSEY. 

The division of the poem into days is as follows (see 
Eioleitung,' p. 35) : — 
1st day. Council of tlie Gods. Visit of Atheni to I 

B.I. 
and „ Calling of the assembly in Ithaca. Departu 

Telemachus. B. II. 
]rd „ Visit to Pylos. B. Ill, 1-403. 
4th „ Sacrifice at Pylos. Departure for Sparta, h 

at Pherae. B. Ill, 404-490. 
5th „ Visit to Sparta, and welcome at tlie house of B 

laus. B. Ill, 491— IV, 305. 
6th „ Sojourn in Sparta. Return of the scene to It 

and plot of suitors against Telemachus. 1 

306-614, and again 625-846. 
7th „ Second council of the Gods. Despatch of Hi 

to Calypso. B. V, i-aa;. 
Sth-iith Building of the raft. B. V, 2a8-»6». 
lath-aSth Departure of Odysseus from Ogygia and'contin 

of his voyage for seventeen days. B. V, afij- 
29th-3ist The Phaeacian mountains come in sight (B. V, 

Storm and shipwreck, and two days and 1 

drifting on the sea. On the twentieth day aft 

lir^t sets sail he lands on the coast of Scheri; 

seeks ihe shelter of the wood (B. V, 34, 317 

VI, 170). During the night Athena appej 

Nausicaa in a dream. B. VI, 13-40. 
jind day. Meeting of Nausicaa and Odysseus. His 

into the palace of Aicinous, B. VI, 48— VII, 
jjrd ), Second day spent In Scheria. Banquet. 

Story of Odysseus, luting late into the nigbt 

VIII, I— XIII, 17. 
The remainder of the poem occupies seven days. 



GBOUND PLAN OF HOMERIC HOUSE. 
Mainly from H. Rumpf, Jk JBdibut Homerieii, p. il. (Giasen, 1848.) 



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&..— Court Yard (ai/kfj). a. ^corol A(0oi (Od.3,406. i\r{ts«cAadloc. cp. Od. 16, 
) foO. 17, $30). b, c. Door and entrance {irpoBvpa avA^c, Od. i , 103) . d. Walls at 
il tide of entrance (ivtama, Od. 4, 4a). e. Verandah of court yard (aI0ov<ra, Od. 3, 
i,cp. 18, loa). f. Stalls for horses or cattle (cp. Od. 17, 398). g. Altar of Zevf 
MKUK (Od. aa, 334). h. Rotunda i06Ao«» Od. aa , 44a). i. Steps to irpo^o/uio9. 

K.— Hall (lUyapov). i. Entrance to house (irpoOvpat Od. 8, 304). a. Verandah of 
Qse (ai0ovcra, Od. 3, 399). 3. Rooms opening to side passages. Perhaps bath rooms. 
Side passages (Aavpij, Od. aa, i a8) . ^ . Chamber of Telemachus ( Od. i , 436) . 6. Hearth 
ry^, Od.6, 305). 7. Place where the Wassail-bowl stood iKprinljpy Od. 33,341). 

Pillars (xiovti, Od. i, 137 ; 6, 307). 

C.—Women's Quartbrs. a. Gallery raised on pVQan, \)tkfes^wi«i\«iV««eB.^\!M3cw*ask 
e iiMff6StLai of Od. ig, 3^. p. Armoury (Od. 1 9, 1 •jV t • C\v«cc&«s» VJi^.^% ^^^' 

Cbaaber of Odjsseus (Od. 23, 178 foil.) . e. Stair* ^Od, 1, ^^o^ . 
I—Back Yard (epKot). 



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OAY22EIA2 A. 

QeZv ay opa. 'A^jyj/aj Trapalvecrig irpbg TiyXe/iaj^o*/. 

Invooation of the Muse. 

"Ai/Spa fJLoi hweiscy Movo-a, 7roXt5rpo7roi;, hs fi6Xa iroXXa 

'sXayyOri^ lit^ TpoCrjs Upov TTToXUOpov lircpa-e' 

'noXXQv 5' ivdp(&'JT(iiv tbev &<TT€a Koi voov iyvcoy 

TToXkh 5' S y iv 'jr6jrr<a Tt6jd€v ikyea hv fcari Ovfiov, 

apvCiievos r}v t€ V'^V '^^ v6<ttov kraCpoiV, S 

oXA* ovb^ &s irdpovs ^/3j5tJ<raro, Ufi€v69 ircp' 

avrcdi; yap <Tif>eripfri(nv iLTa(r6aXCri<rtv Skovro^ 

wjiriot, oft Kara fiovs ^TirepCovos 'HeAfoto 

ri(T6iojr avTOLp d tolctiv &<f>€Ckero v6<mixov fjfiap. 

tQv ojioOev y€, deci, Qiyar^p Atos, ^hik koL fipXv. lo 

The detention of OdyssenB in Calypso's isle. 

'Evfl' iXXoi phf iriirreSy oaoi (fy6yov aliAv SkeOpov, 
oUoi Itrav^ itoK^pLov re Trc^cvyrfres rfik OSXcura-av* 
TOP y olby, wfoTou K€\fyr\p.hfov rfik yvvaiKbs^ 
viiufn} irdrvt lpVK€ KoAtn/ro), bia Oeduav^ 
bf (Tsiafn yXa(f>vpoT(ri^ AtAato/x^ itSa-LV ctvai. 15 

M tr€ Hi iros ijXOe TTcpimXopJvaiv hiavr&v^ 
T^ ot hreKKdaavTo Oeol otKSvbe vicaOai, 
ds ^WiicriVy ovb* tvOa Tr€<fyvyp,ivo% J\v) hUSKtax^ 
Koi^i ot<n 4>Ckoi(7i. 0€ol 8' iX^aipov ^kout^ 

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1. OAT22EIA2 A. 

voTifii rtoireiBttuji'os' 6 8' atrTTtp^s fifV^aiutP x 

Athena, In Poseidon'a abBanoe, olaims tlie proteotion 
of Zeiu for OdysseUH. 

'AAA' 6 fih/ Aldltnras iJ,ereKCa$€ njAdfl' i6vTas, 
AWColtas, Tol bi)(Sa bebatarai, ia^aroi hr&pap, 
o£ fitu Svaop-ivov 'Tireplovos, oi 6' avi6i>Tos, 
ovnoinv Tavpmv re Kal &piifimi/ e*:oTO/^^r)j. 
ivff S ye ripitfTO hairl ■naprjp.ivor ot 6^ 6^ &XXoi 
Ztjiios ivl p.ey6.pQunv 'OKvij-tiCov &Sp6oi. ^crav. 
roirn hi ij.vdiiiv ^px'^ irar^p &vhpSiv re BtSv rt' 
fW^aaTO yap Kara dvpiiv ap.vp.ovos Alyl<rdoio, 
Tov p ^ Ayafiffivovibris njAcKAuros (Krai/ 'Opetmjs* 
roC S y i'mpvT]irdeis ^Tse adavdroitn ^enjijSa" 

' il iroVoi, olov 6^ iw Bfoiis ^poTol amduivTai, 
i£ flp4oiu yip <j>aiTi Ktiit' J/i/xevoc ot hi nal airol 
tr0^(TU' dra<r9aA&jtriy vTlep popov aXyt expvirip, 
its Nol vvp Aiyia-dos imip popov 'Arpf&ao 
yrjii SXoxov parqoTTiv, rbv h' ?KTave voar^irairTa, 
€lh&is abiim SkfOpov' i-ael 'npa 6i eii!op,ev iifitis, 
'Epptlav irijj.yjravres, kiiTKO-nav apyii^6vTr\v, 
prir avTQii KXeiviiV p.i]Te pvi-atrBai 6.koi,tW 
(K yap 'Opiarao Ti<ris lo"0"era( 'ArpeCSao, 
6?nr<fr' fir -^^^irij n koI ijs ipiCperai atijs. 
&s ^^lofl" 'Epfif(as, oAA' ov <l>pei'as AlyMow 
Vflff 5ya6a ^povimv vSv 8' adpaa TniiT* AjreVto-e.' 

Thv 8' ijnefjSer' iitfira 6(a y\avKwms 'AS^wj" 
' 1^ itirep tifUrfpt KpavCSij, vnart Kptwm-oiv, 
Kol Kir/v Ktiwij ye loiictJri Kclrai 6\idp(o' 
Sis &Tr6\oiTo koL fiAAos ptis Toiavri, ye p^Coi. 
dAAd lioi a/i(f>' '08B(T^t Saf^poyt Boftrai ^rop. 



1 



1. 0ATS2EIAS A. 3 

pi^<T<^ €V iLfi<l>LpvTri, oOl t (JjUL^oAos i(m OaXaa-aris. 50 

1^0*09 b€vbpri€a-a'a, Oeh 5' ^z; bd^iara vaUi,, 

"ArkavTos Ovyirrjp dko6<j)povoSy Ss re OaXia-arjs 

viarjs pivOea otbeVi ^€6 b4 re Klovas airros 

fuucpa^, at yaXiv re koL ovpavhv ifi^h ix.ovo'i, 

Tov Ovydrrip b^(rrqvov dbvpSfievov Kar^p^Kei^ 55 

aid b'k fiaXaKoXa-i kcu alixvXCotai X6yoL(n 

Bikyeiy oTroas ^lOiKrjs iTrtXrja-eraC avrap '06v<r<reu?, 

Ufievos Kcd Kamfhv iiroOpda-KOvra vorja-ai 

rjs yaCrjSy Otwi^iv IfxcCperai, oibi w <toI irep 

hrrpiireroL <f>Ckov ^rop, 'OXtJ/utTTte. oi iri t ^Obvatrebs 60 

^Apy€C(av irapa vrpxrl xaplCero Upa piCo>v 

Tpo6y iv eipeCrj ; tC jr6 ol rSaov &biS<raOy Zev ;' 

Ttiv 6' &TTafi€tp6fJL€V0S 'irpo<ri<l}rj v€(f>€kriy€piTa Ze6s' 
^riKvov ifiov, Ttoiov ere Ittos ^i/yev ipKos Sbovrtav, 
v&s &v lireiT ^Obvaijos iyo) OcCoio kaBoCjxrjv^ 65 

OS Ttcpl likv voov i(rn fipor&Vy vepl 6' ipa O^oio-iv 
oBcw&roia-LV IbonKe, toI ovpavhv evpifv iypvaiv ; 
aXXa no(r€t5(lia)i; yavf^oyps dcTKcXes alkv 
Ki/icXcDTros Ke){6k(iiTCUy hv d(j>0akixov akSxacrcv, 
hniB^ov Ilok6<fyqiJLOVf Sov Kpdros iarl [liyiarov 70 

voffiv KvicA.ct7re<r<rt' 0oo)(ra bi fiw t4k€ vvp,(f)r}, 
^opKWos Bvyarqp, akbs irpvyiroLO fiibovTOSy 
fo (mia-a-i yka(f>vpoL(n IIo(r€Lbd<i>vi. pLi.y€i(ra, 
h Tw irj ^Obvaija IIoa-eibAaiV ivoa-CxOcov 
ow n KaraKTeCveif Trkd^ef, 6' airb irarpCbos atris. 75 

i^A' iyeff, Tjpiels oCbc Tr€pL(j>paC<iix€0a ttAvtcs 
vouTov, &jr(t>s lk0ri<n' IIoa-eLbiaiv bi pLeOrjaeL 
w \6kov' oi pih yip ri bwrja-erai iivrCa iravrcav 
iBaviToav Hktitl Oe&v iptbaivipLcv o7os.' 

Thv b'.TJfjLcCper iTTeira 0€a yXavK&iris 'A!Bt\vi\' '^ci 

^ ffdre/f ^/^epe Kpoj/idrj, {frrarc Kp€i6vTa>v^ 

B2 



I 



4 1. 0AT22EIA2 A. 

ti (xh' 5?j vvii TOVTO ^fXoi' jMiKapfrriTi, OfoXirl, 
vaa-njirai, 'Obvtrrja bat(jipova SuSe b6fiovbe, 
'EpfiecW fiJc iTreira, hidxTopov apyw^ovTr^v, 

avrap ryav 'ISdjojw «a-eAeviTO/j.a[, d^pa ol vViv 
/iSAAoc iiTOTpvvai, xaC ol |Ue'yos ^ji ^pecrl fle/w, 
tiV ayopV KlA^trtWTo Kfipi; KOjjLOCauras 'Axttiolr? 
ffoffi /injoT^peo-ffU' ttTrewi^'fi', oZ t4 ol aUl 
li^K' abiva (T^dfouo-t koI eZAiiroSas &ik(IS ;8o5y. 
Wfxi^oj S' Is SiriSfnTji' re koI « riiiAoif i^/iofldo/ra, 
vooTOV •nfvaop.cvov itarphs <j>CXov, ^c ttou dKoiJffj), 
^S' lya piJJ kA^os icrdKliv kv AvOpditoia-iv ej^jjcriv,' 

Atbeaa appeara to TelemBohus in Ithaoa, uBumlc 
Uis perBoa of Uentea. 

Gs tiTToCi/ ijiro noinric (Sijiraro KoAa tt^SiAq, 
ofx^pdaia, xpiaeia, t& p.iv ^ipov ■^jiiv <</>' vyp^i- 
ij? ejr' OTteipova yoMV 5.fia -avoiys avijioio. 
[tEXero 3' ii\ici//oy ^yx^s, aKa)(jjJvov o^et, xkAkS, 
/3pi9v, n^yctj tm^apov, t& h&p.vi]iTi. (m'xos dfopic 

^jj 6^ Kar OuXvjiiTroio Kapi\viov M^atra, 
irrfi S' 'Iflct/ojj hi h'\p.<^ tm ifpo0ipoLs 'OSuo^os, 
ouBov «7i' auXeioi;" ■noXdfxrj 3' ^x* X"^"*"" ^TX^^t 
eifio/i^mj ^flva, Tatplmv i]yrjTQpi, Miprrj, 
evpe 8 3po furrjirrripas ay^vopa^. ol fite Intiro 
'JIto'o'Oio'i TTpowdpotflf fljj/xidiy ffvp^hir fTfpiiov, 
fjfitvoi hi pwoiTi (3o£u, o-fis ^KTovoti avToC. 
KrjpvKfs 3' niroicri Koi drpTjpoi fltf>ci.Trowes 
ol fiep ip otvov efiKT/ov ivl Kpip-iipcn noi CBiop, 



1. OATSSEIAS A. 5 

vlCov Kol TtpimOev^ rot hi Kpia iroXXa barevvro, 
Triv bi iroXv Ttp&Tos tbe TryX^/maxoy ^eo€t6^9, 
^OTO yap iv iwri<rnjp<n (f>CKov renrjfjJvos fjTOp, 
daaoixevos narip icrOXbv, ivl (fypeaivf el iro0€V iX6i)v 115 
pjnjirrrjpaiv tQv fiiv (TKihaaiv Kara bdpLara OeCrj, 
Tifiriv 5* avrbs ^ot koI KTrjixaaiv oTo-lv dvdo'a-oi. 
Ta <f>povi<av^ fjLvrj(rnjp(Ti fiedrifievoSi et<n8' ^AOrjvrjv, 
)3ij y I6ifs TTpoBvpoLO, vejjLeo-ariOrj ^ hit Ovfm 
icwov brjOa Oiprja-iv i<j)€<TTipL€v' iyyvOi h\ arhs 120 

X€ip ?Xc be^iTcpfjv Ka\ ibi^aro x^i^'c^oi; lyxpSi 
KoL fuv ifxavrja-as lirea 'nT€p6evTa itpotrrfCba* 

*Xai/)6, fcive, itap aiifiL <f)i,\ri(T€aC avrap iTTctra 
Mirpov Tra^a-Afievos fivdria-caL SttcS <re XPV'^ 

^Hs ehroiv fiy€W\ tj b^ SoTrero UaXXas ^AOrjinj. 125 
01 6' ore brj p ivrocrOcv iaav bofJiov vyjrriXoiOy 
€YXps iiiv p Icmja-e <j)ip(ov irpbs niova [laKp^v 
hovpobSicqs ivToa-Bev hj(ooVy ivda irep &XXa 
iyX^ ^Obv(r<T7Jos Taka<TC(l>povos tararo iroXXhy 
axrrriv b^ is Opovov ettrci; aycoi;, imh Xtra Trerdo-cray, 130 
KoKhv baLb6X€ov' rmh b\ dprjws troaiv fjev. 
irap 8* avrbs KXia^pubv Oiro itoiKCKoVy iKToOev SX\(»)v 
fWfj<TTrjp(0Vy fiTj (e'ivos ivtriOch SpvpiaybQ 
Mirvfj^ ab7Ja'€t€V, vTr€p<j)t6Xoi(rt iiercXOcav^ 
rfi^ ha fJLtv ircpl icarpbs imoiyppivoio ipoiro, 135 

X^pvifia y &ii(f>C'jrokos irpox^^ iirix^vi (f^ipovaa 
KoX^ XpvcreCri^ imkp iipyvploio Xipryros, 
vlylfoaOoA' irapa bi iearffv hiwo-ac rpdireCo'V, 
(TiTov 8* aliboCrf rafiCrj Ttapi6y\K€ ^ipovaa^ 
€l8ora ttJXX' ^Trt^cura, xaptCopiivrj Trapeovrcav* 140 

^Tpbs bi Kp€L&v irCvaKas TTapidrjK€V iicCpas 
vcarroCtaVy irapa bi (nfti riOa x/J^o'eia KifircAXa 



6 1. OATSSEIA2 A. 

TIis snitora in tlie palace of Odysseus. 
'Es b' ^XSop iJ,vrj(rnjpfs iy^vopts. ol fikv imira 
Ifeiijs f^ovTO KOTO. KkiiTp.oii re Spovovs re, 
Toitrt bi KTjpmres /.t^i' Sbmp iiil xiipas I^ei'cu'i 
(nrov bi BfXQjot Trapfvriveov in Kovioun, 
KOTJpoi bh KprpTJpas itifirrd^avTo ttotoio. 
ol 8' «ir' SvfCaB' iToijxa TrpoKeip.fva }(eipas toXkov. 
airhp iisel ■soaios koI ebijTvos «f ipov ivro 
IJLvri(rrT}pes, Toctriy phi fvl tjipeoiii &XXa fifpijKa, 
fxoAmJ T opx't'iTus Tf TO yAp t i.vaBTjp.o.Ta banos. 
iijpv( 5' ^i" \fp(nv niBapiv ir^piKoXXia fliJKe 
^Tiplia, OS p' i;«Se iropa fU)j]TTr}pi7tv h^&yKij. 
^ roi t ^opii.lC'»v Avf^dW^To KoX^j/ AefSeu", 



fiyj[i iT^i'i' Ki^aXrjv, Xva jU^ Tr«j9ofa9' oi oAAoi' 

roiIronT-i)/ fih^ rawa p.ikfL, Kldapis koi dotS^, 
pel", iitfl iXkorpiov filoTov i^oirof fBowni", i 

ivipoi oC Bj} ttou AeiiK* dor^a TruOerai Sp.^p<f 
Ktifiev fit ijirefjoou, t; efc oAi itCfxa KuXiiiBet. 
eJ Keryof y 'IBixrivht Iboiaro voa-T-^a-ain-a, 
TtiiTf? K Aprja-aCaT fKatftportpoi -nobas (ivai 
^ ittpveioTtpol xpucroiil re irrdijris re. i 

wju 6' ^ /ih' 6s ^nifXtoXe kokJu popov, oibi tk ^ftin 
flaXwajp^j ti ir^p Tis fiTixBovCmv &t)Op<ivuip 
i^ijiru/ eXetitreirflai* tov 8" AXero v6imp.ov jjf/ap. 
dXX' 5ye f/ot rdSe eiir^ koX drpeK^ois Ka7(lXefoy 
T^s t!66a> its ovbp&v ; irofli rot iriiXis ^8^ roK^er ; i 
dTTiroirjs T ^ttI nj6j AtpUfO' itSis b4 <re vavrat 
j/yayov eh 'l6&K-qv\ t£u€S ?(1|j,hj(w. ewy^rouivro •, 



1. 0ATS2EIAS A. 7 

ov fikv yip tC (T€ ircChv SCofuu iv06jb^ iKiadai. 
KaC fJLoi TOVT i,y6p€V<rov ir/jrvfiov, 6<fip cS eteS, 
1^ viov fieOiirciSf fj koI varpdiSs ia-ai 175 

(elvoSi htel ttoXXoI la-av ivip€9 fjfihepov b& 
iXXot, i'jr€l Kot kcluos Marpoifios Jpf ivOpcoTroiv,' 
Tbv y oStc vpoa-ieLire Och y\avK&7n,9 ^AOrjvrj' 
^Toiyap lyd roi ravra fii)C irp^Kiois iyop^Ca-oa. 
Vihm\s ^Ayxi&Koio hatt^povos cvxojuiat ^tvai 180 

vl^, ierap Ta^loKri ^iKriphiioKnv ivixrcToa, 
vvv y Sbe (ifv vrjl KarriXvOov 1)6' eripoLo-iy 
v\4(ov ivl olvoTta irdvrov iir &kXo0p6ov9 ivOpdirovs, 
h Te/x^cnyy fiera xaXKbv^ Syo) 8' atd(ova a-Cbrjpov, 
vrfis hi fxoL ijh* iarr^Kcv iir hypov v6(T<j)t ttoAtjoj, 185 

h kiijJvi 'Pc^^po), inrb Nrywj) vXrjcim. 
(elvoL 8* iXXrjkoiv varpdioL eixofi^ff ctvai 
If ipXV^i ^^ ^^P '■^ y^povT €tprjat, iircXdoDV 
AoUpTrjv "^poaay rbv ovKiri <l>aai wrfAtrSe 
ipX^crff^ AW' imdvevOev ht aypov irqiiara it&ayj^iv 190 
ypijl aiv dfK^t'irJXca, t] o\ pp&a-Cv re ir6<nv t€ 
'ncLpTidci, cSt &v fiiv Kifiaros Kara yvia Xd^rjo-iv 
kfmvCovT iva yowbv dXoarjs olvoiriboio. 
wv 8* fjXOoir Hf ydp pnv it^carr litihrniiov cTrai, 
(rhv irarip' iXXi w t6v y€ dcol jSXa-TiToi/o-t KeXevOov. 
oi yip TTco riOvrjKev iirl x^ovl bios '08v<r<r€V9, 196 

oAX* h-L irov fo)os fcarept/fcerai evph ttow^, 
nyorw hf iiKfupirri^ X^^^^^ ^^ M^^ &php€s Ixovcrti;, 
iypiot, ot TTov K€LV0V ipvKavSoxr HKOvra, 
(orrap vvv toi iyo) fiavT€6(Top.ai, &9 ivl Ovp.^ 200 

iBivaroi, fiJikXovcn Koi m reX^eo-^ai oCco, 
(Are Tt fjiivTis io>v ovt ol<ovQv <ri(f)a elbds, 
oS TOL In bripiv ye ^CK7)s iirb irarpCbo^ atTf\5 
W^/w^ opS! et irip re (nbripea hiapjox IxB^**' 



8 1. OAT22EIAS A. I 

tfipaiTiTfTai iSs K« vityrat, inei 'i!oXini.iiyav6i itrnv. 
ilAA.' aye jxol To'Bt tiiri Kai itrpficiois xaraXefof, 

ttiufis yap KfipaX-^v t« ftal Ofmara koXo. loiKas 
KeCiffp, ^ei fla/w roiou iniayoiied' ahX^Koiiri, 
TtpCv ye Toi" fs Tpolr/v aua/SiJ^teuai, ewflo wep AAXoi 
'ApyfCtov ol &piuTOi i^av KoCKr]S iTtl mpiaiv' 
kK ToS 5' ovr 'OSinr^o iy&iv thov oir ejii Ktivos.' 
T^w S' a5 TjjAe'fxaxos TrtTrioifi^yos avrlov rfdha' 
' TOiyap iyta 701, f ewe, p^dX drpeKt'ujs Ayopeuo-ii), 
^^TTjp /i^i' T c/ie ^TjiTi ToD ^pixevai, auriip ^(o ye 
ovK oIB'" oi yap ira tis iov yovov avrhs aviyvio. 
ill Sfj iyili y SipeXov p-aKapSs vu rev Ipfm/at vlos 
aeipos, hv KTf6,Teu<Ti,v eois tTri yijpas irerp-e. 
inii/ S' fir o/noTp.OTaTos yivfro dvrjTSiv &v9pii>T!(itv, 
Tov fi fK ipa(n yevidOai, ^irei tni pe tovt ipttu/iis*, 

Athena oomplains of the presanoe of tbe (nilto>% 

' oi /i^ Tot ytpe^v ye 6tol vawpvop drCo-trw 
SijKai', f-nei iri ye toiov iyeivaTO UrfveXdireta. 
AAA' &y€ fioi To'5e eljii koI Arpeice'ajs KariKe^ov 
ris Sals', rt's 8J 3/xiAos oS' effAero; Tftrre 6^ m )(j>fto 
(iXoTTli'ir ifE yi^o? ; kihX ovk fpai'Oi- riiSt y iinlv. 
&s T€ ftoi, ippl&VTf^ iTTep<pia\ios SoK^irt 
6aiini<rflai Kara SwjUa. iie/ietro^traird itei; dv^p 
aitrx^a ttoAX' dpoiou, Ss tlj minirSs ye fier^^i 

Tijy S' au Tr]\ip.axos utTrwiiivos avrlov ijSBa' 
'feiy', ^Trei fip 8?; ■roSTii ^' hieipeai i\h\ j«raAA3f, 
/i/AXey /xei' Tiore oikos 36' di^ifeios Koi Ajui/fiojv 
//A/ifvat, o(pp in KHVos Ainip tTriSiifiiDs ^«i^ 
wti" iS* Mpas e/3d\oiiT0 fleoi icaKO, ij.iitiouiwt«, 



■if. 



1. OATSSEIAS A. 9 

ot K€UH)v lihf AtoTov iTroCrj(r<w ircpi irivroiv 235 

€2 furh. 0I9 irdpotai bdfirj Tpdcov ivl 677/x^, 

rjk il>Ck(av Iv x^P^^^i ^^^^ '!r6k€fJLov roAvTrevo-e. 

Ttf Kh ol riyL^ov piv ivoCrio-av Ilaraxatol, 

rfii K€ Kcu ^ ircuXi pjiya Kkios ijpaT dTrCa-cca, 240 

vw bi pLW iucKeim iprtrviai iarrjpcCyl/avTO' 

dt)(€T iiaroSi imaroSi ipol 8' dbUva^ T€ y6ovs T€ 

KiXXnreV oW In k€ivov 6bvp6p,€vos arevaxCCoi 

otoi/^ iircC v6 pjoi iXKa O^oX KaKO, Kqb^ Irev^av. 

Sovoi y^ vrjaoiinv I'ttiKpariova-iv apiaroiy 245 

AovXtx^ T€ ^ip-ji T€ Kal vXrjevTL Xaic6v6<^^ 

rfi Sa-aoi Kpcafafjv ^lOiiajv ndra Koipaviova-i^ 

roo-o-ot pLTfrip ipriv pv&vrat,, rprJ^ovo-t b^ oIkov. 

tj y o6r ipveiTOA aruyepov yApx)v ovt€ rckevrrfv 

voajaai hAvarax' rot b\ <f>0iv66ov<nv ibovT€S 250 

olkoi; ifiSv Td\a brj /me bia^palaovai koL avrSv.' 

Tiip y iva\currrJG'a(ra mpocrqiba IlaXKa^ 'AOrjirq' 
*& 7r($7roi, rj bii iroXkbv iLTSoiyfip.ivov 'OSvcr^os 
Mjljl^ S fC€ parriarTrjpmv ipaibiai X'^^P^^ €(f>€Cr}. 
d yhp jnw ikOiiV- bSpiov iv irpdrrfai Ovprjo-i 255 

OTohj, lX!^v irrfkriKa kclI iairCba Koi buo dovpe, 
Tolos iiiv oUv fuv ^a> Th itp&T ivorjaa 
olic^ iv fjpLeripiO itCvovri re T€pTr6p.€v6v re, 
i( ^E(p-6prjs dwrfwo Trap "IXov Mep/X6p£5ao* 
^\€T0 yap Kot K€L(r€ OoTJs iirl vrjos '06v<r<reii9 260 

i^ippoKOV ivbpo<l>6vov btCrjpevos, S(t>pa ol Ar\ 
\sm }(jpie(T6ai xakK-qpeas' dAX' 6 pkv ov ol 
h^K€V^ iveC pa O^ovs vepeaCCero alkv coWas, 
iXXh itavqp ol b&K€V 6/xos* <f>f,X4€(rK€ yap alv&s* 
TOWS iiiP yivr)(TT^p(nv dfi(Xri(Ta€V 'Ofivacreis' "jfe-^ 

miref k &KiufiopoC t€ yevolaro iriKp^va^Jiot Te% 



10 1. 0ATS2EIAS A. 

bids Talemoclius dismiaa tham, 
&}J< ij Toi fiiv ravra de&v iv yovvwii. Ktirat, 
^ Kcv voarritTas ancfriaerai, ^e «al ovkI, 
dtmp hii fifydpoto-f <A bi ^pafecrflai Svioya 
Simois Ke fuiijaT^pas Airuffetii in fteydpoio, 
el 8' &ye vvu ^vvUi. KaX ifi&v inTii^to jMv6ia)v' 
a^piov (Is &yoprfv KoA^iras ijpioas 'Axaiohs 
fivdov ■iri<j>pabe t^otl, fleoi 8' iiUfiiipTvpoi, eurcov. 
fxmjoT^pas n^i' ^ttI a^inpa ffKlSvairOai &v<o)(0i, 
}tr\Tipa b', « ol flu/nos frj)opp,aTai yajihcrdat, «; 

i^ Ito) ^ff p.iyapQV irorpos /Lceya hvvapAvoi.o' 
oX SJ yap-ov rrviovm koI aprvpfoviriv eebva i 

iToAA^ /«U', 5tTiTa ioiKi 0iXr;f ^ffl TruiBoi' ftreffflat. 
imd oouoaela him to set out in eearah of Mb father. 

vfl' Spiras ipirijaiv ifCuoaiv, ij rtj apirm], 
ipXfo ■nevtroiJ.fVos irarpos Biju oixot>.4i!oto, 
ijv rls TOi eiTnjffi fiporav, ^ oirtrai' aKOiifnjs 
^K AtDf, ^ Te fifiAiara ^(pei kAcos ai'SptiiroiiTt. 
TipSra fi^ is Hikov eXfle ical tipeo N^oropa tlov, 
(ceMejJ SJ SiripTTi^'Se ■napa lavOov Mevikaov 
8s yap beiraTOS T)A9t); 'AjfaifiT^ x^'^koX"''^'''"''- 
eJ fihi Ken warpis ^Corov Ka\ v6<ttov aKoiiirr]S, 
^ T Sv Tpvx<ilJ'f''^s fep ^' tA-o^jj? ^I'laurifu" 

fl a K€ TfflriJWTOS iKO!/<rT)ff /iTj6' (T ^dlTOS, 

uooT^iras 6^ l-nftra ^lA.ijv <s iroTpffia yoiaw 
trfljid re ol x*^^' ''«' ^' KTcpea Krepet^ai 
irokka p,ik', oa-ird loiKf, KOi wepl /jijr^pa fiovjiai. 
oSrap ^TiT(ii 8^ raCra reAttffTjirfis re itai Ip^is, 
<l>pdCiO'6ai 8!) itttiTo. Kara <pp4ira Koi Kara Bvfuai 
vTnrios K€ fiv^arijpas ivl p.eyApouri reoio-t 
icreu'Tfs rji SoJiip ^ ap.(}>ah6v ovhi i{ ai \pn 



1. 0ATS2EIAS A. ii 

ri ovK aCeis olov Kkios iXkape bios 'Opi<TTrjs 

iriirras hr dvOp^irovs, hr€l Ixrave TraTpo<f)ovfjay 

AXyurOov bokofiriTiv^ 5 ol iraripa Kkurbv Ifcra ; 300 

kclL avy (pCKoSy [xaXa yip (P dpSoa Ka\6v re jxiyav re, 

oXkliws i<r<Ty tva tCs ce Koi dyjnySvcav eS chrrf. 

avrbp iyii>v iiii vrja 0(yr\v KaTcXevcopLai rjbrj 

155' krapovsy ot Ttoi /xe /xcfX' &cr)(aX6(t)<n ixivovres' 

<To\ 8' avT^ /xeXfro), Kot ifjLQv ipLirdCeo fnuOaiv/ 305 

Tfjv 8' aS TriXcfiaxps iremwiJLivos ivriov rfiha' 
^idvy 9J Toi phf ravra <\)CKa ^poz;ea)z; dyopevcts, 
m T€ 'ffaTrjp ^ 'iraibl, Koi ov irore XTJaofMai airQv, 
aX)C Sy€ vvv iirCfMeivoVy iirciySfJLevos irep 35oto, 
S(l)pa Xoecrcrci/xcros T€ rerapmoiievos re <\)CKov Krjpy 310 
bQpov lx!^v iTrl vrja kCji^, \aCp(i)v ivl OvfJL&j 
np.TJ€Vy fjAka KoXov, 8 rot KetfiriXLov lorat 
^f e/xev, oTa ^Ckoi f ctrot ^eCvoiat, bibovai,' 

Tbv 8' fiixeCper' iirciTa Oeh ykavKcoins ^AOrjvrj* 
^[irj [I In vvv KaripvK^y XiXaiofievov it€p bbolo, 315 

hSipov 8* 5tti Ki fJLoi bovvai <l)Ckov rjrop avcoyri, 
aJrris ivepxpfJ^i^ bdfievai otK6vb€ <f)ip€(T6aty 
Kol piika KoXov kXc&v. col 8' i^tov lorat A/LtotjS?/?/ 

The goddess vanishes. 
'H piv ip &s ehova airipr] ykavK&JTLS ^AOrjvri, 
Spvis 8' 6>s OLVoiraia bUtnaro' t^ 8' kvX 6vpi^ 320 

^#c€ iihfos Kcl 6ip(roSy viripLvrja-iv t4 k irarpos 
paXkov ir ri rh irApoiOev, 6 bi <f>p€(Tlv fj<TL vorjaas 
66jiprj(r€V Karh 0vpi6v' dCaaTo yap Oeov ctrat. 
avrUa bi pLvqiTTrjpas c-ttw^^cto laoOeos ^<os. 

The song of Phexnias attraots PeTicJlo^. 
TouTi d* doidos Seide TreptKXuros, ol S^ aiuiTrr^ ^'^-^ 



13 1. OiTSSEIAS A. 

(tar aKoiovTei' 6 8' 'Axatfii' vocrrov aeibe 
\vypov, bv ^K Tpoftjs (T!ertC\aTo T\a\kas 'AB^vrj. 

Toi; 6' vTt(paii66fi! ^pt^i trivOiro Siirmv doiB^p 
Kovpri 'iKapioLO, TTepii^ptov TlrjVtXo-nfia' 
«Aif*aKa S' vijniXriii itare^qirero olo fiiJjUoto, 
oiK ot(j, S/^a r^ ye koI 6.p,ipii:okoi Sii' iirovro. 
T) 6' Sr< 6^ finjiTTTjpas &(j>{KeTO bia yvvaiK^v, 
OT^ pa jrapa aradp-hv reyeos iniKa Troijjrolo, 
Sifra irapeiQUJjJ ayop.iin] Kmapa. jtprjSe/wa' 
ap.<pb:o\os 6' ^pa ol icfSi^ eicarep^e ■no.picrn]. 
hanpiiratTa B' eiretra irpoinjiJSa fletoi' doiBdy 

' ffij/xie, TToXAo yap aXXa ^por&v dcKKT^pta oZSo 
^py dwSpSp re flecDji re, rd rt KXeibuirKi dotSof" 
rfiu ^v yi tr^iv SetSe ■napTHJ.aios, oi hi criwTrjj 
OHJoy mwo'irruii" Tavnjs 5' aTTOTraue' doiBjjs 
Avyp^s, t} re ^t aEei eu! aWiOca-ai tj,(kov K^p 
Tclpu, htfl p.f fioAioTo KaBUeTO v4v9os &kairroii. 
toIt)v yap Ke<^aXriv iJoQiai y,fpm\p.ivT] alii 
whpos, Tov Kkios (vpii Kafl' 'EAAdSa koI p-iaov "A, 

T^u 6" aB 'Y7)\ip.a)(Qs •nenwp.ivos ^vriov ijUSa' 
' tiTJTfp ifi^i, tI 7 apa <ti6ov4ei,s iplrjpov &aibov 
T^pireii" Sttwij oi j'o'os SpiruTat; av vv t CtoiSoi 
airiot, dXXci iroSt Zeis atrioj, Ss t« BiSuxrii' 
dvBptJo-iy oA(|)ijoT;'iiT-iv, ottmi tfleAijffti', SKiioT^. 
roifru) B' ov fE/jico'is Aai'ouif KaicaiJ oiTOf a^ibtW 
TTpi yap hoihj]V.}iaXkov iTtiKketovir avdpaivot, 

(Tol 8' iTTtroA/idro) itpaSii] k<u 0vp^s &Ko£eiv' 
ov yhp Otv<rirevs otas ctmuAcir* I'ooTipMn '^pap 
iv Tpoifi, TToAXoi BJ KQi oAAai (jtHns oXovro. 
fdAA' f/f otkov loOaa Tci a' a^Tijs ^pya KomCf, 



1. OATSSEIAS. A. 13 

ipyov enolx^irOac fivOos 6' iphpetra-L ftcATjaei 

vauri, fi6XL<rTa 8' ifxoC* tov yap Kpiros lor hi ofe^.]' 

*H iihf Oajjipria-oura 'jr6Xi,v otK6vb€ p€prJK€i' 360 

vtubbs yap fivOov itenwfMivov ivOero Ovp^* 
h h^ VTreptf iafapaaa avv &fKf)nr6Xot,a-i yvvai£l 
KXalev iit€ir 'OSva^o, </>iXoi; irocrtz;, 6<^pa ol ihrvov 
fiiifv iirl pK^<f>ipoifn p6X€ ykavK&ins ^ABrpn\, 

Telemaohns bids the stiitors take their leave: 

Mi^oT^pes 5' opLabrjcrav avh fiiyapa cKLoevra' 365 

viirres 5' ffprjaajrro itapoL Xexi^a-a-i K\i,97Jvat,. 
Toi<n b^ Trjkifiaxps irenwiiivos fipyj^To \ii6<^v* 

* MTjTpbs iiJLTJs fJLvrjo-TTJpes imip^iov vfipiv Ixovres, 
inw pkv haivipLafoi TepTrdfMeOa, /X7]8^ fiorjTXfS 
ioTO), ^-TTei rSbe koXov d,KOvi[X€V icrrlv &oibov 370 

TOLovb^ otos 08' iarlf Oeois ivaXCyMos avbrjv, 
fjC^Oev y ayoprjvbe KaB^^<iii€(r6a Kiovres 
voarreSf tv vjxiv ixvBov inrriXeyioiis cmocCTTCt), 
(^livat, fxeyipoav HKKas 8' dAeyiJi/ere Satraj, 
vpja. KTrjixar (bovres, d/LtetjSo/xcrot Kara oIkovs^ 375 

€1 b^ VpLLV b0K€€L vdbe kcoCxcpOV Kal &fM€lVOV 

e/ijLterai, iLvbpbs ivbs pCoTov vrjiroLvov dkia-Oai, 
Kctper'* iyo> b^ Oeovs iiti^icroiiai alkv eovras, 
(u Ki TTodi Zeis b&ari TraXCvriTa cpya yeviaOaC 
vfjfnoivol K€V l-TretTO dojuuuj; ^vtohO^v oXoicrOe/ 380 

*i2s l(f)affy ol 8' ipa irdvrcs dba( iv x^tXcai (fy6vT€S 
TrfX^ixaxpv OaipLaCov^ h OapcraXicos hyopeve, ^ 

Antinotus retorts, and Eurymaohas . asks about their 

guest who had jtist gone. 

Tov 8' avT ^AvtCvoos 'jrpo<Ti<l>7j, EtVireCOeos vlos' 
^Tr}X4[iaXf V f^a dij ae 8i8aorKovo"iv 6eol oivrrol 
vrlfayoprjp r ijxevai Kal dapaaXio^s oyopeueiv ^?»^ 



14 1. 0AT2EEIA2 A. 

liil tri ye fV &jj,(lti6Xif 'Wdajj fia<Ti\ija Kpoviiav 
iroi'^afia', S rot yevffi itarpmov eurtc.' 

KOI Ktw toCt' ^fleXoifii Aids ye SiSduros opeVSat. 
ij i^^s ToEro KiiKiaTOT) «:> oyflptiTTOiiri reriix^t" j 
ou ftej' yap ri Kamv Pa<n.Kfvip.€i/' al^a re oi 85 

dXA' ^ rot ^a<n)\^es 'A)(aiSii> e£crl koi SAXoi 

TToXAoi ii> &ix(pid\if 'Ifloitij, ptoi ijS^ ■7Ta\aio\, 

tQv k4v ris ro'S' fxjjaip, incl dave fiios 'OSuwfreiJs' 

avTop kyiiv oiKOio &va^ liro/i' iifiir^pow 

Kal 8;wi(i)ii, ofis fit Krjla-aaTO Sios 'OBviro-e^s. 

Tiv S' a5r Euptz/^axos, no\iJ/3oii waij, Si^foi/ ijSSa'l 
' TriX.4fia\, T] rot ravra 6eav tv yovvain Keirm, 
Ss Tts iv A/j.(^t(tXu> 'I6iK?| /Sao-iXfiio-et 'Axaiii'" 
KT-^ftoro 8' fluroff Ixots Kat StJ/tafft o'oIitiu dvdffirois. 
jjjfl yap $ y f\0oi oprip 5s tIs it A^kojt-o filTi<j>i 
KT^fuiT dTto^paiaei, 'IddKrfs Irt vaieroiiirqs. 
ii\K idiKui <T€, (jifpioTf, trepl fe&oio eptVfloi, 
oTntoBoj otros ai^p, wotijff 6' i£ tCxtrai thai 
yaCrjs, icov 8^ wJ ol yfj'e^ Koi irarpls &povpa' 
iji Tiv iyytXCriv irarpos iji^pH fpxoiUvow, 
j5 ttiv avTov xpe'os ifhboufvos rib' iK^j/ti ; 
oroc djjai^of o0Qp otxeTai, ov8' liw^fttiiie 
yviiixcvai' oi phi yap rt kokS etj wTra iipKa.' 

Tiv S' av TijXjpiaxos -nemwiUpos &irr(ov ifCSo' 
' EvpiifMix', if rot vouTos 6/aiiXcTa irarpos l/Aoto' 
oiSr ovv ayyeKiji eti TTfiOo/xai, fl TroOev fkdoi, 
ovre tfeoTrpoirfijs (ftirafoftat, :7« rtua f^^Tfjp 
«■ M^apop KoXiaaaa Stovpoiiav efep^ijrat. 
fiiiw 3 ovTos ifios jTOTpMios eK Tcwjio'o lorl. 



!• 0ATSSEIA2 A. 15 

M^in^y 8* AyxtoXoto bat(l>povos €i!x€rat etvai 
vtof, irap Ta(f)Coi<TL (ptKripiriioKTiv ivda-aei/ 

*X2y (pdro TrikifMJLxoSy (pp^al 5' ijdaviTtiv Oebv lyv<»>, 
ol V els 6pxjri<rr6v re Koi IficpSea-aav dotd^j; 421 

Tpejrifjuvoi, ripmovroy pJvov 8' iirl lairepov i\6€LV» 
Tciun b^ T^prKoyuhoKTi pAkas iiA laircpos ijXOe' 
tri rore KaKKcCovres ipav oTKovbe &aoTos. 

Telamadhtus ponders all night on Athena's advioe. 

Tri\ipux)^os 8*9 80 L ol 6aKapx)s ircpiKoXXios avKrjs 425 

v^Xos bibpLTiTOy 'tt€pi(TKhn<^ ivX x^P^j 

hS iprj els evvfjv iroXXh <t>p€al p.epp.riptCdiv. 

T^ 8' ip i^ aiOopJvas baibas <f>ipe Kibva Ibvia 

Ev/rtficXet', ^Qttos Ovyirrjp UetarrjvopCbaOi 

TTjv iTOT€ Aaiprrjs *npiaro KTeirca-a-Lv lotcri, 430 

TtpoyOriPrjv (r iova<w, ieiKocipoia 8' ib<»>K€V^ 

ica 8^ pnv K€bv^ iXSx'^ Tiev kv p,eyipoi(ri,v, 

€w§ y oi TTOT l/xifcro, xSXov 8' iXicivc yvvaiKos' 

{ ol ipL aiOopiivas batbas <t>^p€y KaC i pAkuTra 

^HaiioDV <f)iXi€(rK€i Kot Irpe^e TvrObv iovra. 435 

Siiiev bi dvpas Oakajiov iruKa iroLrjToto, 

cfcTo 8' iv kiicrpijif pioXaKhv 8' IxSwe x^^'wva* 

Koi rbv pkv ypaCris TWKipLribios l/x)3aA.€ X€p<rCv. 

rj pkv rbv irHi^aa-a Koi iuTKria-aa-a x^Twx'a, 

T^aaaiXi^ iLyKp^pjiuratra 'iraph TprjToXa-i, X^ecrct, 440 

jS^ p' lpL€V iK daXipx>io^ Ovprjv 8' iiripva-ae Kopdirp 

l^pyvphjy iirl bi Kkrilb^ iriwa-a-ev Ipdirn,, 

bff S yc itaw&x^os^ K€Ka\vppivos olbs adrid, 

jSotJXeve (jypealv ^a-iv obhv rfiv '!ri<l>pab^ 'A^^rr;. 



0AY22EIA2 B. 

'16aKrja-i(Dv ayopd. Ti)\ffj.ay^ov aToSi}fjiia£ 

Tlis meeldoK HuminDDed hy Teleanoabiu. 
'H/iO! 6' iipvyivua /pivi} potobaKTvXos 'His, 
uipuvT &p' e^ €iinj<l)iv 'Obvaaijos iJjiXos vlbs, 

TTOiriTi 8' trzh XiTTapoiaiv eb^aaro KoXa vtbiXa, 
/3?j 6' itiiv Ik BaX&jww 8i^ ivaXCyKWi (timjc, 
ahfia S^ uripiKtcrai. kiyti^doyyoim K^evtre 
Kijpv<Ti7fw ayoprivbe Kdpi] KOiiotavras 'Ax_aio'6s. 
oi /Ah" iK^pV(Ttrav, toI 2' '^yupovro ^ilA.' Siko. 
airrap i-nel p' riyepBfv ofajyepies t iyivovro, 
jifj p tixev eis &yopriv, iroAd/iij 5' ^e xakKeou eyj(B 
ovK oios, Afia riff ye Kvvfs Wo'Sos apyol Ettoito. 
Ofaireirhiv S' &pa tS ye X'^P"' """"^X"^^ 'Ad^in}. 
Tuv 6' &pa wiWes Aaol iTrtp^dfj^vov 0>]evvTO' 
tifTo 6' e» TTarphs diixi^, tiftw 6^ yipovres. 

Speech of AegsJ/tiuB- 
TotdS 8' (TTdfl' ^pias Alyihmos 'ipx ayopeueiir, 
hs brj yfjpai nv^os iijV Kol fMpCa fjb^. 
KoL yap Tov ijtCKos vl6s fi/J.' avTt64<f 'OSvtnji 



2. 0AT22EIAS B. 17 

bf oTtrji y\a(l>vp&, ir6[mTov d' ii7r\C<r(raT0 h6pTtov. 20 

rpci; hi ol &KX01 iaav, Kal 8 fxcv fAirqaTripcrLV ofiCKci, 
Eu/jwo)xo9, bio 6' alhf i\ov Trarpdia ipya' 
^ oi6' As Tov Xiy^er' dbvpofxevos koL iixjEvaiv, 
Tov 8 ye da/cpvx^coj; &yoprj(raTO Koi p.erhiitc 

* K^KXvre 6^ rw /utcv, 'I^aKiJo-tot, Sm Kcr efcro)' 25 
owe irod' TjpLeriprj iyopfj yiver ovre Oocokos 
i^ o5 'OSvccrevs Sios 1/3?; KoCXrjs hi v7]v<rL 
vvv hk tCs 56' TJy€t,p€ ; rlva XP^ t^ roo-oz; txci 
^^ vidiv iivhpQVi ^ ol TtpoyeviarepoC elatv ; 
rii nv &yy€\Criv arpaTOV IkXv€V ipxpixhoio, 30 

ijv \ Tjfuv <T&^a efaot, ore irpoTcpos ye iFiOovro ; 
??e rt brjfiiov iXKo TrKpaiaKerai i]6' iyop^iei, ; 

Zeus hyaJdhv TeA^aetcr, 3 ti <l>p€aiv fjai /xerotz/a/ 

Answer of Teleznaohiis, and his appeal to the people. 

*12s </>(iro, X^'iP^ ^^ ^M?? 'OSvo-o^os ^1X09 vlis, 35 
oib ip €Ti triv fjoTOf ixevoCvrja^v 6' iyopeveiv, 
(nrj hk fiiirrj &yop^' a-Kqirrpov hi ol l/x^oXe X^^P^ 
K^pvf rieKnyj/cop, Treirvvfjiiva /XT/Sea et8<os. 
T/)5roi; I'lretra yipovra KaOainoiJLcvos irpocrienr^v* 

*'X2 yipoVy ovx ^Kas oSros Ar^p, rcixo 6' etoreat avros, 
Jy \aiz; Tjyeipa' pAkurra bi fi SAyos Ik6.V€1. 41 

oiJrc Ttz;' iyyeklriv arparov IkXvov ipxop^oiOf 
P x' vpuv a'd<f>a €hra>^ Sre irpSrepSs y€ irvBoCfMrjv^ 
oSre rt brjfiiov SXKo TTKJxxCa-KopLaL ovb^ dyopet^o), 
4XX' ifiov avTov XP^^^^i ^ M^* KaKov ipLireaev oTk<i>, 45 
fcul* t6 phf Ttarip i<rOXhv iirdkco-ay Ss ttot iv "bpXv 
Tohbeaa-iv jScur^cve, 'ffarrip 8' &s ijirios rjev' 
vvv b^ c£ KCit voXv fiel^ov, 6 8tj tAxci oTkov Smavra 
vdyxv dia^paCtreiy fiCorov 8' hmh irAfxirav i\4aa€t. 





3. OATSSEIAS B. 

Toip avbpSiv <}>CKai vlfs o% fvd&be y' dolv fipiorot, 
o1 Ttarpos /^ is oXkqv aisf^piyain viecrOai, 
'iKapiou, (Sf k' auras ifhv<ua'atTo OvyaTpa, 
Soil) S' u K Idikoi Ka[ ol K(xapicriJ,4vos ik6ot, 
oi 6' els ijnirfpov irwXoJftB'oi ^i^ara ■navra, 
(Sous EtpevoiTes Kal ois Kol irfoyas aiyas, 
(tAamvd^owa-UJ ■alvoviri t€ oMotto oIitoi' 
jia\//i8fii>s" TO. hi iroAXa (cnrdyerot. ou yap A-d dv^ 
oioi 'OSuffO'euS' IffKeiJ, Ap^j' airo oTkou A/xuroi, 
^/i«ir S' ou inJ ri roiot &fi.vvip,a>' ^ Koi «reiTa 
AmyoAeot 7' ftro^eir^a Koi ou SeBatjKorcs CiAnt}:'. 
^ T &c ajj.vva(iJ.r}v, ei /mi 8i!yafife ye ■napiCi}. 
ov yap It avaxera tpya reteu)(aTm., ov&' In koXus 
oIkos ip^S 6i(SAo)\t' P(iif<r<rTi0TjT€ Kol oiroi, 
oAAous T albiadijTe iifpiKTlovas avdpmTrovs, 
oX irfpipaierdovfff ^tfii" 6' iiioheluaTe ix^viv, 
fxij T( fj, fTaiTTpe\ltiaatv ayacradiifvoi kuku ipya, 
\CtrcroiJ,at ^piu 7,-rivos 'OXvp,TT(ov i)5t &ip,ujTOS, 
jj r' (luSp^u &yopas '^ph' Kvn '^bi KaQl^ei: 
o-)(ia6e, ij>[koi, KaC fi otov Mirare -nlvBeX \vypa 
TiCpf^0', el p,i] iroi 71 warrip t/ios iiT$\os 'OSffrffeij 
Bt^ff/ie^'^co!/ k^k' ipt^iv ivKVTipi.bas 'Axaioiis, 
tHu li. &iToriiwfi.fvoi KaKU peC^re bva-jitviovres, 
Toirovs drpivavTiS. ifioi be k( K^pbiov flij 
vpias i<T0ip,eiiai, (cei^jjAid re Tspo^arrlv re. 
ft x' ip.eis ye </i(lj'oire, t^x &v wore koI riats tlij. 
Toippa yap &v KOTa &(itv itoTiimJiraolp.fBa (iv6<f 
■)(p^p.aT &nairCCoVTtf, las k dirfl Tsdura 8o6e6)' 
vijv b4 poi uirp^KTOus dbivas fiifiiXKere dviJ^.' 
*J2i' ^70 ;(a)(ffiei'os, irori 6e ffK^JrrpojJ (3dAe yaffl 



2. 0AT22EIA2 B. 19 

bff SXXoi iikv vivrcs ii^v l(rav, ovb4 tis IrXri 
TriXifjL(x)(pv yoMourw ifJLeCyjfcurOai xaXeiroiaar 
^AvtIvoos bi ynv otos ificipSiievos Trpoaieiire* 

m 

Antinoiu retorts, and blames Penelope. 

*TiyA4tax* v^oy<Jp^> fxivos lurxerCi ttolov icnt^s 85 
^yJas al<r)(jllv(aVf iOiXois bi k€ fxQfxov itviylrM, 
<rol 8' oS Ti fivTiarrjpcs ^Axai&v atrtoC dcriVy 
iXXa (f)CKri firjrriPi rj tol mepl nipbca oTbev. 
ffhi yhp Tplrov iirriv h'os^ rayp, 8' etcn rirapTOVy 
cf o5 irifipei Ovpxnf ivX (rrrjOca-a-LV 'A)(aL&v, 90 

v6jrras iih; p ' lATTct, ica2 irnlij\erai iofhpX ^fcdorcp, 
hyy^Klas TtpdUlira* v6os b4 ol SXKa fievoiv^, 
7} b^ boXov r6vS iXKov ivl (l)p€<Tl pL€pfMrjpL(e 
aT7}<rafUvrj piiyav larbv ivl pLeydpoiatv v^atre, 
Xenrbv kclL irepCjierpoir &<f>ap 8' fipXv pLerieiire' 95 

Kovpoif ifwl iurrj(rnjp€S, iirel 6&ve bios '08vo-o-eus, 
idpver iTtciySfuvQi Tbv ifiov yipLOv^ ds S k€ ^apo9 
eKreX^cro), firj pjoi pLerojidvia vripm SkqTox^ 
Aaiprri rjpa>i Tcufrrjiov^ ds S re k4v p.iv 
lioXp^ d\o)l KoBikgai TcarqXeydos BavdroiOj 100 

l«lj tCs pjoi Karh brjp^v * AxcuidihcDV re/xeo^or;, 
oT K€V 4rep (nrclpov ktjtcu iroXXh KTearCa-a-as. 
4s l<lHxjffy fipAV d' cSrr i'lreireCOero Ovpibs iyrfvoap. 
hfOa Kol rjfiaTiq pkv v<l>aCv€(rK€V p.iy(w ior^z;, 
viKras S* 2XXt$€(rK€r, iitd 6at5a9 TtapaOdro. 105 

4s TpCeres piv IXrjOe b6Xc^ koI hTuOev ^AyjiiQPus* 
iAX' Sr€ rirparov J^XOev h-os Kot iirriXvOov Spat, 
m2 Tor€ 817 ns letwe yvvaiK&v, fj cixfia fjbr], 
KtH rl\v y iXXiovfTov i<f>€6pop.€V &yXabv 1<tt6v. 
As rb fihf i^eriXeaae kclI ovk iOiXovtr im &u&yici\V "w^ 
vol V S^ fiinjoT^pcs vTTOKpCvovraiy Xv elb^s 

02 



30 2. OAVlimAS B. '^ 

avrbs iru dvfxu, ciSwiri S^ TrdvTK 'A\aio/. ^| 

liriTfpa criiv Stnoite^i^ov, &uiax6i. h4 fiiv ya\tUv8ai H 

tS oTeu re ■narqp xikfrai Koi avbivti avr^. U 

fl 5' ir di/i^iTfi ye itokuv )(p6vov vXas 'Axatwi", ■ 

TO, ^poviova' &,va dvjMV & ol Hfpl Smkci" 'A6/jin), M 

epya r" inCtTTarrSai irtpiKoWia KOl ^p4vas (u6\as ■ 

Kfpbea &, ot oil iru tiu hcoiojjiev oibe TToAdiSc, fl 

rtitoii at irdpos ^irav hirXoKafiibis 'Axo-ial, ■ 

Tvpd T 'AAjcfi^wj T« hxTTftpavo^ re Mux^wj* ■ 

7acr>ii oB «s o/jowi iio^fxara ITiji'eA.OTrefti H 

pSij' arap jict roCro y (vaCrrtfiov ovk tyAjcre, H 

rdt/ipa yap ovv fiCorop re Tfbv kcH JCT^fiaT' fboVTM, ■ 

o0/>a Ke KsCmi tovtov ^x.1 '"f'^i'i ">' '"'^'^ "I ii!i» H 

ill <n-^$(a-<n rifletiri fleof. j.i^ya (liv kX^os ajr^ H 

TToietr , avTap aoC ye woflqu TlokfOs ^iotoio' ■ 

)j/«ts 8 our' ewt Ipya TTilpos y tf^ai ovre tit) SAX)), ■ 

TTpdi y aur^v yfj/zao^ot 'Aj(ato)u u k' ^9eAi)<7i.' V 

Telemaohiu onawera, and inTokea tlie aid of Zanl^ 
Toi/ S au TijXefiaxos irejnwijtivas avrloii jjBSa" 
' Avrtva, oi ttus lirrt Srf/xton aiKovaau Ajruffoi i 

i; (*' ^fx'i ^ f*' ^^P^f "naTTip S' tpSi SXXoflt yafi);, 
fiiei 5 y' if Ti6vi)Ke KOKov hi ne iro'XX' aiioTivfiv 
'IxapCif, at K airhs fKtov &tt6 p.i^ipa iriiiyjfoi, 
fK yap Tov irarpos na/ii ■neCtronai, fiXXa hi Saf/ttuv 
Btiirei, iircl /J.'7'^P oruytpas Sp^o-er' ipimJi 

l<r(ferol' ois oi tovtov tyat irore fiSfloi' tvCyjiti). 
ifi^tpos S' ti ^ev ^u^os ufiient^erai airrSiv, 
efiT^ /iMJt p-tyipinv, &hK<ii 8' dXeyiJi'fTe fioiTa? 
iJiiCT xr^fiar tbovm, «j*ei|3oVf™( Kara oIkouj. 



2. OATSSEIAS B. ai 

ifjiiupoiy iofbpbs ivhs pCoTov v/fffoivov dXi<T0aiy 

at Ki voBi Zev9 b<^(n vaXCvriTa Ipya ycviaOcu, 
vtfKoivoC K€» hr€iTa do/Acoj; hrrocrOev SKoiaOe* 145 

Zens aendi s fSftvonrable omen, which Halifherses 

interprets. 

*X2s ifiiTo TrfXifiaxpSi t^ 6' alerin atpvoisa Zcvj 
ir^Mev iK Kopv<lnjs Sp€OS 7tpoirjK€ irirca-Oai, 
T« 6' la)s /xA^ p' ivirovTo fierh iwo tys iivifioio, 
vhlcrUo iXkriXoKn TiTaivofiiva> Tn€p6y€<rmv* 
4AX' ore &i fU(r(rqv iyoprjv 'Ko\v<\)r]pjov iKiirOrjVj 150 

hff hnbivriOhrre Tiva^dLffOrjv wrepa iroXXh, 
h 8* IhhTjv vivTcov K€<f)aXhsy S(t<tovto d' Sk^Bpov^ 
hfw\lrafjJv(a d' iv6}(jE<T<Ti irapeihs ijKf)( re $€tpa$ 
^^icb ^t^cu; dtd r oZfcfa Koi ir6Xiv avr&v. 
Bifiprjaav b'* SpviBas^ iisA f^ov d<t)6aXfwi(nv 155 

&pnrivav b'' ivh 6vp.hv & V€p TcXica-Bat, ifieXXov. 
Toiffi bi Kcl fierienre yipoav rjpo)^ *A\i04p<Tris 
^curropCbrjs* i ycLp otos oixriXiKCrjv iKiKaaro 
opviOas yvQvai koL ivaCo-ifia fwOrjo'cuTBac 
H (r(piv h)(f>povi<ov iyoprqaaro koL (lerienr^ 160 

lonjarrfjpa'iv bi fwiXiora 'jn(t>ava'K6pL€vos Tiibe ^Xpoa, 
Touru; yap iiiya TrQjuia KviKlvberai' oh yap 'OSvcrcreuy 
^v iv(iv€V0€ <]>C\oi>v &v iaaerai, iXXd irov rjbri 
i/ybs iiiP Tolab€(r<n <l>6vov kclL Krjpa (fjvreiH 165 

TiwccrcTiV TtoKifTiv b\ koL iXXoKriv KaKov lorai, 
ot v^p^iuaff ^lOdKqv eibeCeXov, iXXa ttoXv irplv 
i>pa((iiJL€<rff &9 K€V KaTaicaA(Top.€V 61 b\ koX avrol 
vcBoiarOoDV Kol yip atpiv fuf>ap rdfie X<ai6v ^otw. 
OP yap &ir€(fniT09 fUWT€6o[Uix^ iXX? cB clbwr 



ViO 



22 2. 0AT22EIA2 B. 

Koi yap K€it"f 0Jjf*l T(\evni6ijvai, inavra 

(OS ot ^/iufledfxrfi", 3re 'lAioy tluavi^aivov 

'ApyeuK, ^itra B^ (rt^tw ?/3r| 7ro\u^i|ris '03i»7trei;s. 

i^j> KOK^ TToAXa T!ad6vT, 6\4iTcivT a-no wavTas fTnLpovs 

i-yptoirrov itivntraw ItiKooru ^waur^ ijS 

orKaS' ^AeiJirco-flat" rfi 3^ fif( rCf irtlwa reXeiTat,' 

Uuxymaalma lepllas Bcomfully. 

' S y^por, ei 8' fiye nJi' lua^eueo crotiTi Te'iceo-friu 
oIicaB' iiii, fi^ TTOiJ Ti KQitDv Tr(l(rj((i)ini' dTrftrcrw 
ToCra S' iyai a-io -itoXXiiv ifieivaiV fxarrtueo-fliu. 
(!pvi6(s bi Tf TToWal VTT avyas rjfXioio 
ipoiTZiT, ovbi Tt TToiTts fvalaijioi,' avrap 'OSutrffeis 
loAero TijX, ws Koi av Karai^QlnQai truv ixiCvt^ 
&<pe\fs. tniK ill rdiriro OfoirpoTiiaiv &y6pfves, 
oltii Kf TriXip/ixov Ke)(oXatiiAvov £5' iaiieiris, 
(r$ oXKif Swpov TTOTtSsyjjiH'os, at Kt ■noprjiri.v. 
dXV « rot tpeu, 7o hi xai, Tenkeaftivav lurai' 
oE KC v€tiTfpav avbpa iiakaid re ttoAAu tc cists' 
wc^fpAfievos iTTh<T<riv k-noTpvvrjs •npXeaatveiv, 
aiirSi fUv ol TTpSiTov iaiitjpiaTtpov ^(rrai, 
[xp^fat 8' l/iTnjs o3 ri Sui^fferot etvfua Tavtf'l 
aol bi, yipov, BioTpi ImO^tronai ^y k ivl dvfx^ 
rCmov &ir)(6XX:^s' xaXfirov &i toi iirirerai SXyos. 
Trikefidxif 8' iv irairiv lyiv vTroO^aoncu avro's' 
tirp-ip" kriv h ttarphs ivasyiria Aitovetadai' 
ol hi yiiiov reijfoutrt Kol &pTVv4ova-tv hSva 
troXXh fi(i\', oa-tra (oHte tpCkijs firi watSis ivicrSai, 
ov yap Ttplv -naitTeaOai. iJfo/iat vXas 'A^aifii' 
ftt^irn^t dpya\4i)i, iis^ ad nva hfChifiep Ij^ttt)?, 
ovr' oSt/ TifA^fxaxov, fiiXa irtp 'itoX'6iw9oii Uura- 



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2. OAYSSEIAS B. 23 

(ph'€ $€(yirpoirCrjs iyLTtaQSy^ff^y fjv crfe, yepot^, 
fivOiat iucpAavToVy ieircxOiivcaL 5' Irt jutoXXor. 
Xprjiwra V aSre kok&s pcppt&cerat^ oibi iror 7<ra 

iv ydixov ^/X€i9 5' aS *KOTihiy\JL€Voi rjnara irivra 205 
e&€Ka rQs dperi^s ipibaCvoficv^ ovSk fier AXXas 
ipX^fJ^i hs iinciKis diwUfiev i(niv ^KcicrTcp/ 

Telemaohns ask^or a shJp that he may seek his father. 

Tbv 5' ai Trjkifmxos iremwfxivos iarrCov rfiba' 
^EvpifMax rjbi koL SAXoe, 8<roL fxvrj(rnjp€S dyavot, 
Tovra fiikv ovx v/ui^as In X^cra-ojtiai oid* iyopevoa* a 10 

?^ ySp T^ to-ao-i 6€ol koI Trivrcs *AxaioL 
^lAX' 2ye juioi dJre vQa ^07)2; koI cIkoct kraCpovSy 
ot Ki yuoi ivOa ical &da diaTr/n^cra'axn KiXevOov. 
ft/xt y^ Is ^Triprriv T€ kclL is Ilvkov ruiaOdcvra^ 
vooTov Ttevo'SiJ.evos irarphs b^v olxopAvoio^ 215 

T^v tCs fjLoi etTTiycn pporQvy ^ Saaav iKovaa> 
iK Aids, ^ re juulXiora ^4pH kKios dvOpdironnv* 
c2 fA^ K€V irarpos pCoTov Kci v6<ttov aKoijcra>, 
Ij T &Vy Tpvx6p^€v6s TTcp, Iti TkaCrjv iviavTov' 
€l bi K€ T€dvrj&T09 &K(y6(ra> firjb'* ft*' Wwoy, 220 

vfxrrrjiTas bfi Iwctra ^C\rjv is irarpCba yaXav 
tniyA ri o\ yfuoa kcX iiii Krip^a KTcpct^ta 
iroAA^ M^'9 So'fra Ioik€^ koL av4pi firjripa bdao}* 

*H Toi S y &s cliriiv Kar ip' ICero, toXcti, b* dviarq 
M^vrcop, 8s y ^Obvaijos ipivfwvos t]€V kToipoSi 225 

KoC ol Uiv iv vrivaiv iirhpcTiev oIkov Smavray 
V€(0€(r$aC T€ yipovTi koL fpLircba iT&vra <f)v\Aa(r€iv' 
S (Fiptv iv^pov4a>v dyoprjaaro koL [lerUiite 

ICentor reproaches the people for dialoyalty. 



24 2. OAT22EIAS B. 

fi^ Tis fTt -npo^iputv ayojios koI ^irtoi ^urw 
(TiojirroCjfos ^auiXeiis, f:i7j8^ ^pftriv atiniia eiBiif, 

US' oS rtr fUfj.iTiTai 'Oh/atrijos OtCato 
Kamv, oTffui hiaacre, iraT^p 8' &s ^irtos ^€1/, 
oAA,' ^ T(n fH/JjoTijpo? dy^ropas oii n fi(yaipa> 
IpSnv Ipya ^iaia KdKoppai/ifVfirL vooio' 
a<lias yap TSapdi^^evoi K^^aKos Kajihovm^iatiiis 
oXkov 'OStjito^os, roc 5' auKiri ^aal vlfirOai. 
■ vvv 8' aXXif b-^ixia vefteirCCopjn, olop S-itoirrfs 
^cfl' &vfi^, arap m ri KaSaTrofitvoi, (ir«tri7i 
iratJpoiJS fivijorrjpa^ KorfpiiKire ■nohXol iovres.' 

Tbv 6' EtJijjnjpfflTjs Atiwicptros qotCoi/ jjuSa" 
' Mim-op &Tapn}pk, tjipivas ijAee, jrotoii Iciires 
ij^as orpivaii) Karairavt/io'. apyaXiov Sk 
avbpiiffi. Koi TiXfovftrai. fj-axfiaaaSai "nepl hairL 
it ■nep yap k Obva^s 'IfldK^irto? avros iiteKOiiti 
haiwfiivovs Kara b&na ibv fiVj](rT^pas iiyavoiis 
i^(\Aa-ai, /icyipoio p-fvoiiniiTti ivl flu(i$, 
oii k4v ol Kf^dpoiTO yvvi], liiKa -rrep xariovira, 
i\66vT, aK\A K€V avroS AtiKfa iroTjj^ov iTiCrrjioi,, 
fl irXiovftrtTi. iiaxpiTO' aii 6' ov koto jioipav tuTles. 
oAV &y€, kaol [ifv o-^ffiyairfl' iiti fpya iKaaros, 
TOVT(^ 8' oTpvvhi, Mlvrmp obbv j)5' 'AXidepaT)s, 
ot t4 ol ii opx^s irarpuioC flam traipoi. 
aXV, SCw, Koi h^Oa Kad^fievos iyyeXtdam 
TToJcerai flv 'Wok^, reA^es 8' oSbv o3 ttote Toifnjf.' 

"lis &p iijiiit'ijrTfv, X.v<reu B ayopijU alifrqprjv, 
01 niii 5p' iaK&vaiTO fa irpos b4p.a6' ?ica<rros, 
fxmiffT^pfS 6 *S 8(Jfiar' Itrau dtiov Ohvaijos. 

A.llioa0 appears in answer to Teleinacliui' pra] 
T^A^jUa^oy 5' dTTdi'evBf Kiiav till ffiva OoXtuiin\«, 






2. OAT22EIAS B. 25 

X^i VK^Afiofas voXirjs &khsy €vx€t 'A^in;' 

' EXvOC /AOi, h x^^&^ ^^^^ '^kvOcs TjixiTcpov dS 
ud II h mil Kikevffai iir rJ€pO€tZ4a ttSvtov^ 
v6aTov V€V(r6ii€Vov varpbs Hiv olxpiJiivoiOy 
ffX€(r6cur rh d^ irivra husrplfimxnv ^A\atx)\ 365 

loniarfipf^ hi ixiKurra^ Koxm vTS€fyrivopiovT€^^ 

*i2y iif>aT ei^SiuvoSy <rx€h6$€v bi ol fjkdev *A6rjvri, 
M6to/)( clbopbhrq ruikv biiias rjbi Kai avhfiv^ 
mI mv (JHovrjo'cur Ittco irrcpSevra Trpoarivba' 

*TiyA4t«x'j ovS' SniOev kok^s Icrcrcat oiS* ivorjiuovy 270 
ei brj Toi aov iraTpbs kvifrroKTai lUvos rj(v^ 
oio^ K€ivos hiv T€\4(rcu ipyov t€ Ittos re. 
cv Toi c-TTei^' akCri obhs icaerai oi$' dr^Xeoros, 
€t 5' ov jce^ov y' ^ctctI yJros koL TlrivekoTreCriSy 
olf tri y hs€iTa ioXira Tekevrrjacw h ixevoivas. 275 

vavpoi yip rot vavbcs o/xoioi varpl TriXovrcu, 
ol vX4ov€s Kcuc(av9i iravpoi hi re iraTpos iipcCovs. 
iX^ hrel ovb^ Svidcv Konhs lo'creai ovb^ avorjiuovy 
ovbi (re iriyxy y€ iirfns ^Obvaaijos itpoKikovnev^ 
ihroDpr^ toi Iwcira TeXevrrjaai ribc Ipya. 280 

Tf vvv fjoniaTrjpaiv pikv ia PovXrjv re v6ov re 
ouppabioiv, ^el ov rt vorjiioves oifbi bUaLoi' 
oibi ri tacunv Oivarov kolL Krjpa iiiXaivcof, 
4s brj (T^t axebSv i<mv, iif ^/man irdirras iXiadax* 
cot d' chos ovKhi briphv &Tria<rerai rjv aii iacvolv^s' 285 

and promises to accompany him. 

Tohs yip TOI Iraipos ^yct> iraTpdios cliu, 
OS rot vrja 6ofiv oreA^o) kcu Sji h^oiiai. avris, 
ikXa av phf irpbs bdiiar l!av pLVTiirnjpaiv ojut^et, 
(S^Xuraiv r ^ta xoi ^yyeo'tr jipaoy & irauTa^ 



aS 2. 0AT22E1A2 B. 

S^p/xaffLU Iv imKivoiiTiv' lyJ) 8' Ava hrjfjjjv kraCpovt j 
aty}/' iQfXovTrjpas iTvXX4iofj,aL. eial hi tftjes 
■nahXal h/ A/i^idXai 'IfldftTj, i^eat ij6t iraXaiaC' 
rdcov n4v T0^ tywv eirid'Jfoi^ai ^ tis apiavq, 
wxa 5" lifionKC(Tira2>Tf^ ivriaofiev fiph itovrtp.' 

Trikip.a)(os JTOpf/xtfirei', e7r« 6«o0 iKXvev aih^v. 

TelamaohuE makes a spirited auBwer to the tatuitB of 

;3^ 6' t^ewM Trpos hSfia, <plXoii ra-tTifiivos ^op, 

eCpe fi' apa foiijirrijpas ay^vopas iv ikey^poicnii, 

oXyas avKfiivovs ai,6Xovs 8' eiiowas ew avAjj. 3' 

'AiTfifoos 5' Idiis yfkitras kU TrjAe/xaxoto" 

?ii r ^a oi ^u xftpl lnos T l<^a.T Ik t ivofta^e' 

' Ti]\4(iax i^ay6ptj, iJ.ivos &irx€Te, p.-^ H rot fiAXo 
iv arrjBeaai, kokoi" }i€h.ev<ii ipyov re (iros re, 
aA\(t fiot itT$Up,eii koI. ■niv4jj,a', as to Tiipos trfp, 31 
raSra 5^ toi //oAo ircErra TeAajT^Voiitrir 'Ax^aiol, 
i>7)a Kol Ifafrous ipiras, tva dacriraii iKjjat 
^s riiiAou ^yaOirjii p,er Ayavov tiarphs clkov^v.^ 

Thir S' au TT)\^iiaxos itewvix^vos inrCov ijvia' 
' 'AvtIvo, ov iroiK fOTiv vTitp^iiXoiai. p,f0' ifiiv 
baiwirOaC t Ait^oura koI eitppo-iveirdai ^kijXojj. 
ij oi)( SXis ws T^ trApoLdev iKeCpere iroAAa noi iuB) 
UTTinaT' ipk, lurqTrqpei, kyii S' ^t vi']mos ^a ; 
vvv S' ore 6^ fUyas etpi Koi fiAAwi' fivdoir &Km(av 
irvvBAvofiai, Koi 8v] jioi A^ftrat IrSoSt flunii, 
irctpij"''" ''■S ii^' Wl^^ KOKas iirl Krjpas IriKoi, 
■^\ Vlvkovb' ikOuiv, ij airrov ruB' ivl SrJ^. 
et}ii liiii, ovb' a\(ij ibhs Utra-fTai ^v ayopeuia, 
//xwopos' oil yap VT]h-i im^jSoXos 0C8' (ptriMV 
yfypo/^af toy irv irou v\L^u» itiufaa iX^vsa ctiUiUL* 



31 

1 



2. 0AY2SEIAS B. %^ 

^ ^ mUk x€ipbs X^*!p^ <nr6xraT *Avnv6oto 
[p€UL' funi(rTfip€9 bi bSfiov Kara balra Trivovro], 
ol S ivekdpevov Kot iK€fyr6fjL€ov iTii€<T(nir 
SU hi Ti9 €itt€(TK€ viiov vv€privop€6vT<oir 

*^ fuiXa TfiXiiAOCxps ^>iivov fffw; fjL€piirjp(C€i» 325 

fj Twas iK TI6X.0V S^ei ijiiivTopas fJnoBSevro^i 
rj 8 y€ kolI ^iprrjOfVf i7r€l v6 ircp tercu alvm' 
rjk Kol els 'Ei^piji' i04k€iy TtUipav ipovpav, 
ikd€W, S<l)f^ Ivdev $VfJLO(t)66pa (jyipiiaK heCKjiy 
h bi piXji KpTirfjpi koL fffiias ^(iwas dkiaan' ' 330 

''AAXos 8* (At cftrecrKc vimf vTr€pr}vop€6vT(i}p' 
^rk S* oW et ice koX avrh^ l(i>v KoCkrjs ivl vrjbs 
TrjX€ <l>CX<av iirSXriTai iXdfjLevos &s V€p ^Obvcro'eis; 

KTrJimTa ydp k€V Tfivra baxralp.^6a^ ohCa 8' avT€ 335 

rcfirov ijajripi boifi€V ^etv rjb' 8s tis StwCoi/ 

bicUi Enryolea make provision for his voyage, 

*X2s <t>iir d 8* vy^6po<l>ov OiXaiwv KaT€pri<rero iraTphsy 
evpiiVy Sdi vrirhs x/'vo'ds xol x^'^^^ Ixeero 
iaOris r Iv xrikoiaiv iXis r rfcSSes tKaiov 
h bi irCOoi o&oio iraXaiov ^dv^roroio 340 

loToo-ay, &KprfTOv Selov irorbv ivrbs Ix^wey, 
i^irjs vori Toixov ifrjp6T€Si cl ttot 'OSvorcrcis 
clkab€ vo<m/j(r€i€ kolL SXy€a voXXh fwyrjaas. 
KkqtaraX 5' hs^frav (rca^&cs irvKivm ipapvlou^ 
hiKkCb€S* hf b\ ywfi Tafih} vvKras re kclI fjfiap 345 

ia\i 1) TrdvT i<lyuXa<r<r€ v6ov TToXvlbpeCrjcriVy 
Evpt/fcXei', ^Hiros Ovyirrjp ITcioTyropffiao. 
fifif t6t€ TfiXiiiaxps irpoai^ri diXafiSvbc xoX^crcras' 

* Moi', iye by fioi dtvov Iv afjuf)i(t)ope}(Twu <bL^>i^QQi» 



I 



28 3. OAT22ETA2 B. 

Kfivov Siofxivri rhv Kdjiitopov, ft itoBev 4\6ot 
Sioyof^S 'OSuo'fis' diparov Koi Kijpas aki^as. 
B(i5eKO h' (fntkjjrrov ko! -ndfiamv apaop inravrai. 
iv hi jxoi &\ij)iTa xcSoy ivpfia<l>it(T(rt hopoiinv' 
ftnotrt 8' loTO) fJ^frpa /AvXjjiJjarou oX^Ctov dxr^s. 
avTTi S' o(?j tiT0t,' TO, 8' aSpoa iriWa rfnixflto' 
imripios yap iyam alp^<rofiai, oimore Kev 6^ 
/i^njp fij vire/)^' &va^^ koCtov re jxibijTai. 
(I1M yap <s ^irapTTjV rt koI ^s niiXoj' 7jfj,a66evTa, 
votrrav ■neuao^itiros iraTpos ^C\av, ^v iron aKOvao),' 

(tai p' 6\o(jtvpoiJ.4vT} ftrea TTTepo'eyra 7rpo<njiJ5a" 

' TiTiTe S^ Toi, ipC\€ Tixvov, fvl (jipetrl tovto ijdjjfta 
(TrX*To; 'njj 8' (S^Aeis Uvai iroXAiji' ^n'l yoLOU 
fioiwti? iaiv nyamjros; o 8' (S\ero ttjXo'Si Trdrp^s 
Sioyn^S OSuireus nXXoyrcBrtji ivl 8j]//»i), 
ol 8^ TOt ai-rlK i6vTi KaKo. ippAatTovral ditftriro), 
fis (ce 8(JX^ 'P^^'Bh T^St 6' awoi irtlwa 6ii<royrnt. 
tlAAa fUv aSfl' ^wl (rotiri jtafl^fiwos' ov6^ r^ ere XP^ 
wiJiTOi' ^' arpifytroi' naKfii iratrxfii' ou6' aXaXy]a6ai.' \ 
and binds her to aecrDay. 
T^i" 8' aS Ti|X4iax(JS irornjfieVos Lvriov rtvtar 
BiptTfi, iMLi', iiTfi ov Toi &v(V 8iov ^6e ye ^ovkq. 
iXX' ap.atTov }m} p-TyrpX tjilkri rddf foiBriiTai^dai, 
irpCv y 3r' Sv «i^«<ijT) re SutoSeKdrTj 7€ yo-ijrat, 
7) ovr^c TroSeVoi Koi ar^opn^Bh^os iKovaat, 
w$ iu ^t^ (cXuioviTti Karh xpo'a koXSi' Wttttj.' 

'lis &p iifir], ypijus 6e flefiy fiiyav SpKOV im^ftini. 
airhp inel p' Sp/xjiv rt Ttkeunja-h' t€ rhv opKOV, 
aMK (Trfird ol oTvov iv ^.p-t^Ltfiopevaa) &ipva(rB>, 
Af S/ ol eiA^ira j^fvtp (vppa<f>Ut7in Sopoiai' 



2. 0AYS2EIAS B. 29 

Athena prooures and mans a ship, and they set sail 

together. 

TijXcfitix^ ^' ^l*^'^'^ 'f<*'"^ ffTokw (}x^^ iriarrq^ 

Kol pa lK<ioT^ <I><otI TtapUTTafiivri (jyiro [ivOov^ 

k(nr€pCovs 8' iirl vrja dofjv iyipetrOai di^coyei. 38s 

fj V oSre ^povCoio Norjpiova ^aCbifJLOv vlov 

^€€ vrja OoTJy* 6 hi ol '!rp6<f>po}v%7:ib€KTo, 

ASorero t ri4Xios (TKioaiVTO t€ TOcat dyvtaf' 
KwL t6t€ vrja Sofiv fi\a8' eTjpva-e, Triirra 8' ^1; avTTy 
wr\' irCOeiy ra T€ r^cy WcrcrcA/uiot (l)opiov(n. 390 

(rr§(r€ 8' eir* lo^aTtg Xifjiivos, Trepl 8' ^o-^Aoi Iratpot 
d^poot rjfyipiBovTO' 6€0L 8' &TpW€V iKacrTov, 

"EvS^ aJrr iXA* crrfr/crc ^ea yXavKcom? ^AOrjvrjj 
^rj 8' tjfA€i^a( irpos 8c5fJtaT '08i;(ra5os OeCoio' 
ivda fivriarripeaatv iirl ykviAv vtwov ^x^^> 395 

ir\(i^6 8^ TtlvovraSi X€ip&v 8' lKj3aAA.€ Kt^eAAa, 
ol 8* ci^eev &pwvTo Karh irroAir, oi8' Sp' Irt 8^1; 
ctor , liref a(f>urtv ihrvos hit ^k€<\)i.poi(nv ennna?, 
ovTop TrikifjLaxov Ttpo<ri(l>rj ykavK&ins ^Adrjvrj 
^icKpoKakcaa'ajMivr] iAeyip(»)v ev vauTOovroiv, 400 

UhrropL clbofjLhnj rj^jku biixas rjb^ koI avbrjv* 

* Trjkifiax^ rjbri niv toi hjKvrjfjLLbcs haipoi 
etoT hrrjperfjioty rffv <riiv irorib^fievoi opii-qv* 
^' XoyL€V^ fJLri brjOh buLrpl^d^iiev oboloJ 

^Q.s ipa <tmvq(raj(T '^yrj<raTO IlaXkhs ^Adrjirq 405 

KafmakCfjMS' 6 8' liretra juter' Ix^ia ^aivc Oeoh. 
ovrhp iircC p ' iitl vrja Karrikvdov rjb^ daXaacraVi 
cJpov lirciT iiri Oivl Kiprj Kop^tavras eraCpovs. 
Touri bi Kol iiericiKj/ Upfj h TTjXefxdxoio* 

* Aevre, ^CKot, r}ia ^epcSfxcfla' Travra 70.9 T\^t\ a^^ 



30 2. 0AT22EIA2 B. 

oib' SXkai SfMciiai, fiCa 8' otij nvdov &Kovaev' 

*ils &pa (jtoiiriiiras riy^iraTo, Tol 8' &]i (irovra. 
01 6' &pa TTiiiTo ipipoirrfs ivTaiKnia iiti vrjl 
Ki.T$taav, m iK4keviT(v 'OSuiro^os <l>(\os vlSs. 
av S' &pa Tjik^iiaxo9 vjjbs ^aiv, iipxe 8' 'Afl^n/, 
rrjl 3' ^rl •npip.vj] Kar' op' f^fero" iiyx' ^' *'/'' w^i^s 
efero T^jX^fAOXOS" rol hi w/Hjjxifjjiri' iXvirav, 
&v hi Koi airol /3<Wej^! kXijwti Kaei(ov. 
Touriv 6' lKp,B!ov ovpov lei yAayjcwiriff 'Afl^inj, 
OKpaq Z^^upof, Keka&ovT e?ri otuoira wtJyToi'. 
T7jX4iaj(0l S' Irapoicnv fTTorpvvas iK&tvffO' 
o-nktof &7!Tea6ai' rol 6' drpiiyoyros tiKouo-au. 
itTTOV 8' elXarcroy Koft.i]s iivroaQe fieTobiirjs 
(TT^tray defpaiTss, Kara 6^ ■npoTovoiaiii (bijcrca), 
iXKov 8' lirria Xevxa. ivm-piTrroia-i. ^oivnv. 
tisptiaev a' Siiffws p.^(Tov Itrrlov, ap^l ti Kufto 
aTiCpTj itoptfivpfov fieyiiA' taxe vijos lovaifs' 
^ 8' Idcev Kara icti/^a SiaTrpiJo'irovira K^Asidoi'. 
6?][]'(if(ei'ai S' Spa SttAq fio^f dr^ vija. fUkatvai/ 
trnjirajrro Kpijr^pas ^TTurrei^as olyoio, 
Xei^ov B' d^Qi'drtiKTi fleois aUiyfvirgaa>, 
ix •n&iniav hi y-akiara Ai^r ykavniinahi. KoHpr), 
irowi'X^I (^v p' ^ y« "oi 'I^ irttpt K^Xtuflow. 




OAY22EIA2 T. 

Afhena aad Telemadhns arrive and are welcomed at Pylos. 

cvpavhv is voXt^xoXKOi;, tv ij9avdToi(rL <^a€^z/oi 

Kot dvrjTOurL BpoToicriv M C<^£5a)poz; ipovpav 

ol ^ nt/Aoj;, "Nrikrjos ivKrCfAevov irroXUOpov, 

t^V Tol 5' M, ^ivl daXiaorqs Uph piCov^ 5 

roApavs vajiijJXavaSi ivo(rCx$ovi KotwoyatrQ, 

iwia ^ ibpcu iirajfy irevrrjKoatoi 6' ev iKiarri 

€2aro, KOA 'jtpwy^VTo kKiaroBi iwia raipovs. 

eiff ol oTrXAyxp iirdo'ajn-Oy ^c$ 8* iirl iirjpC Ixaior, . 

ol 8' Wvs KariyovTO, lb* lorta vrihs iCorqs xo 

<rreiXai; &fpain-e9, t^v 8' wpfxiaavy in 8' Ij3ar avro^ 

^K 8' 2/)a TrjXipLoxps vrihs jSau;', .ijpxc 8* ABrivrj. 

rhv vporipri TTpooriciir^ Oca yXavKcSm? ^AOrjvri* /., -v • 

*TrjXiifiax, ov fUv a€ XP^ ^ aiSovs ov8' rjpaiSv' 
T(jvv€Ka yap xol ir6vTov €7r^Xa)9, ^<^pa iniOrjaL 15 

irarp&9, Sirov ict/de yata xoi 5z; riva irSrfwv iitiinrev. 
iAA* 4y€ ina; Wv5 kU N^oropos l'7nro8(ijuioio* 
eldo/ACJ' ^v Ttva fXTJnv ivl <TTri6€cr(n KiK€V0€, 
KCaaeadaM bi fxir airrbs, ottcos vrifiepria elTrp' 
^€08o9 8* ovK ipici' fxika yap Treinn/fA^os ^gtC* ^^ 

T^/f ^' a? Tr)\^fjLa\os ^eirirufi^vos 2lvtIov iffoboT 



' MCTTopj.irfis r' op Ito wSs t" &p Ttpomrri^oiJ.ai 
ovbi ri -am }i.i$oiin ■ncireCprjii.ai, irvKWoia-w 
oiSiis 8' av vfou &vbpa yfpairepov i^epieirilai.' 

Top S' auTC irpoaifme dta yAauKUTrts 'AO^mf 
' T»j\^/;iax', oXAa pin airhs ivl ippeai crjjm vo-^a-df^. 
aXXa bi Kdi haifuav iiro^treraf oi yap 6Cio 
ov iTt 6(&v MurjTi. yfv4a8ai re Tpa^ip-w re.' 

'Us ?tpa. (jttovritraa' riyriTaro FIoAAas 'Afl^wj 
KapTtaXCp/iis' 6 5' «r«(ro fier' i)(vi,a ^acue flcoib. 
r^ojf 8' is Vlv\Cioii Surbpap ayvpCv re koL Ihpas, 
IvO' &pa Ne'oTWp ^oTO (Tin wMffW', (l/xij)i 8' (Toipoi 
SaiT iirrvv6iJ.evoi npiaT wnrtoc SAAa t' f?reipov. 
ot 3' is oui' ^fCeovs X&ov, &0p6oi ^K9ov S,i!avT(s, 

wpwros NfOTopCbiis netatirrpaTos iyyvBev i\&i>v 
&li<f)OT(po>v IXe x^V'^ ""^ iSpucreii iropa Satrt 
KiiffTiv iv fiakaKOUTiv, iirl yfiaiiaOois aXlrjirt, 
■nAp re KQo-iyiTjTia ©patRiji^Set Ka\ liar^pi (3" 
SwKe S' apa ir-nKdyxvtDi' fiolpas, Iv 6' olirov ^X*"* 
X/wirefij) 6«'7rai" fietSto-KdfiofOs hi TrpoCTrji/Ba 
naXA(i8' 'Adrjvalriv, Koip-qv Albs alyi6)(aio' 

roC yap Koi Safnjs jjM^iraTe fieC/M /xoAo'yrcs, 
aurap ^y trTrefoTjs t« koI d!f«oi, ^ 5^fiij lirr!, 
80s Kol Toira fitetra biiras fi(Knib4os otnov 
irtrficai, lird Kal toutov dib/iat adavdroura/ 
fv^ttrBaf TtdvTfs S« Ot^a )(arfovir'' &v6pio'soi, 
oAAa vewTtpos itmv, ofHjXtKfij 8' Ifioi avT&' 
TOvvfKa uol TTporipif bduai xp^'^fiov SXhovv.' 
'lis eiwiu iv xepai rlBti B^iras 176^01 ohov 
Xacfle d' 'A0r}paCji ismw^tivif ovbpl biKaiif, 



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8. OAYSSEIAS F. 33 

ovr^pca V euxero iroAX^ HoaeiZitovi &vaKTt. j 

i)\uif €vxp§ilvot(ri T€k€vnj(raL rcide ifrya. ^ 

^ioTopi fikv vpiiTurra koX vi(i(r( Kvhos SnaCe^ 

ovrclp iveiT &XX6i(n bCbov \apU<T(rav ifioififfv 

rifivcurof HvkCoLaiv iyaKkemis iKarSfJLprjs. 

M9 V Ire Ti^^juuzxoj; jcal ^jui^ TTpri^carra vicaOai^ 60 

oSv€Ka bevp* hcofxeirBa Oofj crvv vrjL fx^kaCvri/ 

*129 ip^ lircir"* TJpaTO kol aMi iriirra rcAevra* 
1&K€ hi T7jk€pid\(^ KoXov biiias &fi(f>i.K:6Tr€kkov. 
^s y aSrws fjpoTO '06v<rcr^os (jyikos utos. 
oJ 8' hrel irimjaav KpV iynipT€pa xat ipjiaavro, 65 

ftoiJfKi; dcuro'cifici'oi baCwvr* iptKvbia bavra. 
ovrhp iirel iroaios kol ihrjr6os i$ Ipov Ivro, 
Tois ipa fi66(ov tjpX!^ Teprjvios Vintora N^orcop. 

'Nth; bff K6Xki6v ioTi fJLerdkkrjaai koI ipicrOai 
(fwovSi ot Tivis €l(Tj.Vy kitd. T&pTrqcrav ^8a)8^s, 70 

S £eu;ot, tIv^s i(ni ; Tt66€V itk^W^ vypa KikevOa ; 
ff n Kara irprj^tv fj fiaylrtbCcas iXaXriaOe, 
oUl t€ krjunijpcSi vir^ip iXa, toC t iXooivraL 
^^v^as vapOiyL€VOf.y KOKhv iXkoba'noitn ipipovrcs ; ' 

Teleinaobxu ezplaiiiB to Nestor tlie reason of their 

journey* 

Tbv b* aS Trjkiiiaxps Ti€itwpAvos hnlov rfiba' 75 

^(ip(Trj(ra$' avrri yap hii (l>p€al 6ipaos ^AOrjvrj 
^x', ^tt M"' ^^P^ irarpos imoixopAvoio ipoiro 
\jfi ha fjnv kXcos icrOkbv iv cofSpditoKTW Ixtio-iv]' 

**i2 "NioTop "Nrikriidjbriy fiiya Kvbos ^AxpuQv, 
flfKu oinroOev ^lyuh* ly^ bi Ki rot KaraA e6o. " - 80 
^f*€is i^ ^Idiicris inrovrjCov €tkrikovdpL€v* 
'^P^^iS V rjb^ IbCrjy oif brjpiiosy fjv iyopevo), 
varpQs ^puw icXios evpv fieHpxoiiai^ tji; -ncn) iiKQrucriii^ 

D 



34 8. OATJSEIAS T. 

El'ou 'OSvitit^os TakatTiijipovos, ov tlori <jniiTl 
(Tvv trol fiapv6.it,evov Tpiauiv noKiv i^aKai:6.^ai. • 
oXKovi fiiv yap Ttdvras, Soot Tpotrriv iroA^^itfoi', 
9reu0(J^e^', Tjxi £kqotos aTTiikero \vypov okfSpov, 
Kfivov 6' aS Kol (iKedpov aira;9t'a $iJK( KpovUmr. 
ov yip Tis SiiyoTdf rrdtpa fiTrdfifv uTmod' okmKfv, 
ttO' o y iii' riTifCpov Bii/iJJ iySpicri dva-fievhiraiv, 
ttre Kol fv TTcXayes fxera KvfiauLU 'A/ii^trpfnjj. 

fctfyoii Xtyfioy SkeSpov ivirmfiv, fl ttou offoiffas' 

wAafo^e'j'ou' ire/ji ydp nui 6i^vpov t4k( fayn]p. 
fj,T}^i H /J.' alhd^vos i^fiXCiTtreo ;xi|S' iXfa(patv, 
&kX' eu fioL KardXf^ov Stius i/m|(ras dirtoir^s, 
A(o-(ro/AQi, ft Tiori toI ti irar^p iiios, itrSkos 'OSi^o-trei 
5 twos fji n l/iyoi' VTTOor&r ^f«r('A.ei7(re 
b^fiiff (VI Tpiiiwv, o6i Trdo-xETf ■TriJ/xar'.'Axc'of' 
rfii; j/G:f fioi /iy^irai, KaC /not i/ijfxepTJy (I'imrts.' 



ITestor raconntB the Buffiarings of the Qzeeka after t 

fall of Troy. 

Tbv S' ))juef^Er' ^netra Ttpi'ivios limoTa 'Niariop' 
' 5 ipCK', iiiii p.' fniiriiras oiC^os, ijv iv iKfivi^ 
b^iuf Sn'^Tkriiia' fifVos atrxerat vUs 'Axi'SCj 

TrXoi'djiei'oi Kara Aijffi", oirj; ap^eifv 'AxiAXeir, 
^6' oira (tol irfpl atrrv fiiya I\pid)M)LO SaiaKTOs 
ftapviiitO' ' lv6a 5' fTifira KariicTaOfV Stra-oi apiarou 
iv$a. ^liv Afos KiiTai 'Apr/toi, ivQa 8' 'AxtAAeui, 
iv$a 6^ ndrpoKAos, fleot/nw ^ijorojp droXavros, 
iv6a h e/XDS i^ikos vtos, af,ia Kpartpos Koi Ap^vfiiopf 
'Ai^i\o)(Oi, wepl piv BeUiv Tamils ifii }iayi](rfii' 



8. 0AY22EIA2 T. 35 

vivra ye fxv^cairo KaToJdvrjrQv ivOpdiK^v; 
ovb* €l irevrieris ye xol i^iercs irapafiCfivaiv 115 

f(€pioLS o(ra k€Wl viOov KaKo. bloi 'A^aio^ 
"ffplv K€V CLViriOAs (ri\v iraTplba yaiav txoto. 
(li^eres yip €r<l>iv kokol pi7tT0fJL€V i^U-novr^s 
vavToioiaL boXoKTi^ fwyis S* MXcaai Kpovioiv, 
ivff (A tCs iroT€ iiTJTiv opLOLfoOrifx^vcu ivnjv , 120 

{deX', ivel ii6Xa vokkov ivUa bios "^ObvacAs 
vavToloiaL b6\oi<ri, iraTrip rcos, el ereoz; ye 
Kflvov iKyovos itro'C aifias y^ iyjEi claopouiVTa, 
^ Toi yap fivOoC ye ioiKores^ ovbi xe ^aCrjs 
avbpa V€(iT€pov &b€ ioi.K6Ta fxvOrja'aa'Bai, 125 

6^ fj Toi etwy iihf iy<»> koI bios ^Obva-aofs 
(yh-€ iroT elv iyop^ bC\ ipiC^P'^v ovt ivl jSovXrj, 
oAX' !va dvfibv i\ovT€ poo) koI l'ni<f>povi povKfj 
^paiopLiff ^Apy^loKTiv ottcos o^' ipiara yivoiTO, 
wrap hr€\ Hpi&pjoio ttoXlv bi^iripcrap.^v alirriVy 130 

piJIJLCV 5' iv v^eo-o-i, ^eos 8' iKibaaaeP 'Axatovs, 
Kol Tore ^ Zevs Xi/ypov ivl <f>p€(r\ pLrfiero voarop 
*Apy€(oiSy iitci oi ri vorfpLoves ovb^ blKaLOL 
vcarres iaav' r^ <r<^ea)z; iroX^ey kokoi; oJror iTiiaiiov 
Hrjvios ii dXorjs ykavK&mbos d^pipx)TtiLTpr]Sy 135 

? T** Ipiz; 'ATp€Cbri<rt jutCT"* apL^oTipoifnv i6r]K€, 
ri 8^ KaKeaaapAifO} ayopiqv is wawas 'Axatois, 
fio^, drop ov Kara KocpLOVy is riikLOV Kardbuirray 
ol b^ rjkOov otvii^ jSejSapiyores vies 'A^atoiy, 
piO^oi; pvdiCaOrjv, tov e&exa Xaoi; Hyeipav, 140 

^i'tf ^ TOI Mev^Aaos ivdyei irivras 'Axatois 
wwToi; pipLvrja'K€(rdai iir' evpia v&Ta daXdaarjs, 
oW ^ AyayAyjfovi Ttapjiav ki]vbajfe jSovkero yap pa 
Xaw ipvKcuoieip, pi^at S* Upas iKardfx^as, 
us rop *A0rjpaijjs deivop x^Aoz; ^f c^Keo-aiTO, ^Vt> 

JD 2 



3« 3. OiTS2ETA2 r. 

niTnor, oibe to jJSi;, fl oil Trt^o-eirflat efMAAew 
ou ydp r' at\fia Qfiav TpfitfToi voos alev iovriov. 
Sis ri liiv xoAcirotcru' afxa^oftiira imeirmi) 
l/rrarrav oi 8' avopovtrcai ivKirQfj.ih(s 'Amatol 
17X!7 fe(rwt(r£j|, Si^a S^ cnpicnv ^fSare ^ovX'^. 
niicTa fihi deVa^ei' xi^*f^ ^peirlc opjiad'oirTts 
oAAjjAois" ^:r( yap Zeus ijpTue -nijiMa kokoio' 
^^9(1) 5' OL nhr veas ?Kkoh€v tls oka Siay 
Kv/)iJ,ara t' ivTiOifUffOa ^oBvC^vavs re yvnainas. 
fiij.i<rf€s 3' apa Kaol e/rqTvovTO jiivovrfs 
aiOi ■nap' 'ATpe&jj 'kyap.ly.vovi, T!Oip.ivi \aJav' 
Tlfiicrefs §' ava^aVTis iXavvoyev' al bi p.aX' ^xa 
ln\toy, fTTopfo-fv bi 6ibs pfyaKijTta 'houtov. 
is T^ceSou 8' Aflo'ures ipe^ap.ev Ipb. deoia-iv, 
oiKaSe UfJ^evof Ztvs B' o3 wm liijSero I'doroi', 
crx^rXtos, OS p ' Ipc S/)(7e KOKrjv tm beuTepov alrfi 
o! p,h' caaiTTpiyjiaiiTes t^av viai iifupifKliraas 
ajj^i' 'Otva^a avaicra bat<jipova, 7roiKiAofii]n]i', 
avTts in' 'ATp(lbr) ^Ayap,4p.vovi ^pa ipipovrts' 
avTap iyii avv njuoli" doAXeo-m, at yoi Ittohto, 
ipfvyov, iTSfi yCyvanTKOV h 3i) KaKO. tiT^htTO haCfisaa, 
tptSye be Tvblos vlos 'Apijioj, Spcre 6' (TaCpovi, 
o^i bi E^ fitra vZi kU ^avdos Mtpikaos, 
ill AfT^io b' fKixfi/ bo\i\ov TrAtioii opp.aLvQmas, 
t] KadvtTfpdf Xt'oto ytoi'fitfla T!an!a\o(iT<n]s, 
I'qiTOV i-ni. '^vpl'js, avrriv lit' hpimip' e)(ow(s, 
j; inrivepde Kloio, nap' r\v(p.6evTa ttUjiavra. 
ifr^o/xei' bk $(oi> ipijvai Ttpas' avrap o y' rifiw 
bfi^f, Kal rivioyfi ite\ayos liiirav (U Eupotov 
TtyvfU', o(/»pa 7if)(i<JTa ivfK KaKOTrjTa ipiyoi-fltv. 
apTO 8 M Aiyhi oSpos di](j.Evai' al bi ^(i\' iuna. 
/j(^»i(vra Kf\ev6a 6i«'8po|*ou, i^ ti^ Ttpomrou 



8. 0AY22EIA2 T. 37 

hnri^uu KarAyovro* Hoceibdoivi bi TCoSpoiv 

»oAX' hA ixrjp* i0€ii€V^ vikayo9 lUya fxeTprjaavres' 

rkparov fJlJMp (r\Vy ?r' iv "Apyci vrjas iCtras 180 

TvbeCbiia irapoi Aiojirjbeos l-mrohinoio 

tjToavar avrhp iyd yc llvkovb^ ^XP^i ^^i "^^^ ^^^^ 

oipoSi ^ireid^ vpOra 0€^ TrpoiriKcv irjvcu, 

^s rjkOaVf <I>CK€ riKVOv^ iLirevOfiSi ovh4 ri otba 

kAhov^ oX t' iaiioOev ^Axai&v ot t' iirdkovro. 185 

wraa 5' ivl fuyapoiiri icadrffievos fnieripoKn 

V€v$ofuUf fj Skills €0x1, bari(r€ai, ovb4 <r€ Keiccd, 

fS yiv M.vpiub6vas <l>i<r^ ^kdififv iyxcciiKapovs, 

cS bi ^ikoKnfrqv^ TLoiaimov iykaov vl6v. 190 

vivras 8' ^IbofuveifS Kprirriv dfrfjyay^ iraCpov^, 

ot i^iyov iK TTokipLOv, TtSvTO^ bi ol oi nv* iiTTrjvpa, 

*ATp€(67jv bi ical avTol iKoderc v6(r<f>iv i6vT€S, 

m t' rjkO^ (Sy t' AlynrSos kpL-qcaro kvypbv ok^Qpov, 

iXX' fi Toi K€ivo9 piv iiTKrpLvycpQs dWrto-er, 195 

is iryoudbv koI iraiZa Karacl^OiyAvoio kiiriaOai 

ivbpbs^ iTT^t KoH K€W09 irCa'aro TiaTpo(f>ovrja^ 

AlyiaOov bok6pLrjTiv^ 8 ol Ttaripa Kkvrov iKTa, 

[koL (ri/<f>Cko9i fudtka yip a* bpooa KoXdv tc pJyav re, 

ikKipLOs iinr'y tva rk ce koI dyjfiyovaiv €v clirrj.y 200 

Telemaohos despairs of the state of affldrs in his home. 

Tbv V aS TtikipLaxoi ircinrup.ivos hrrlov rfiiba' 
'w NioTOp 'NrjkriiiiJbrj, pjya Kvbos 'Axaiwi;, 
aal kCrjv k€WOS phf IrCaaTO, KaC ol ^A\aiol 
olo'ova'i Kkios €vpv Kot i<T<rop,4voL(ri TTvOiaOau 
at yap €/uiol T0<r(Trjvb€ Oeol bivap.iv it^piOuev^ 205 

Tia-aaOai pLvrjoTrjpas vire/ojSacjfTjs dX€7€ivi\s^ 
0^ r//uoi vfipCCovT€^ irdaOaXa fXTixavioiVTai. 



28 2. OATSSEIAS B. 

Ktivov oioiiivri rhv K&.(i,\xopov, ti i:o6ev tkOoi 
hurytv^i 'Ohvaehi Qavarov koL Krjpai oXv^at. 
SifiSeico 6' Ifi.irKij'j'ov koX iriujiaa'tv &.pijov ^ttoitos. 
iv bi jioi 3A0tra xtvov iv^patpleairi bopOiTiv' 
(Ikoo-i 8' luTto filrpa jiuAij^dj-ov o\<J)Ctov aKrijs, 
avTTi 8' o(j; lo-fli" to S' &6p6a TT^vra TenJ;(9(0" 
iaitipias yap iyaiv atp^troj/cu, oiriroVe koj 8^ 
jJ.'^Ttip els inrep^' ava^fi koCtov re /AcSrjTai. 
tif/t yo/i t's Swapniif Tt kciI ^f ITvAoy ^/;iofl(JeiTa 
v6<TT0v •aevuoiievos itarptis <l>lkov, rjv -nov ajcouiri 

*ils 0<lro, KMKUirw bi ^IXri Tpoff>bs EvpiiitAeio 
icai p ' ^Xo^upofiewj «reo wepo'eiro TrpoinpJSa" 

' Ttffre E^ roi, ^C\f tiKpop, ivl ippfrrl tovto p6riiia 
iirXero; tt^ b' e64\ei,s Uvai jtoAAjjii iiri yaiav 
fMvvos ii>P &yaTrr]T6s ; o S' iAero Tl}\60^ wdr/jijs 

- ol ti TOi ovtIk lovri koko, (ppd^a-opriu &isliTtra>, 
&s K€ SoAm <p8ljjs, riiSe 8' avrol jrowa Stiirowat, 
&\A(l niv aJid' i'Jtl (roi<Ti Kaffrjiavos' oitf tC ire jyj^ 
TtovTov iT! arpvyfTov koko, 7!d(r)((iv ov5' &kakr}<Tdai' 
and blDds Iier to tecrasy. 

T^w S' oB T?)A4'^X°* TTfTtiKudvos h/riop ijESo" 
' GApiTfL, /.wi', «irel o5 rot aum Sfov ^Se yt /SouAtJ, 
dA\' ofiorrop ftij fiijTpl i^iXji rciSe liud'^rraaSai, 
irpbi y 5t hv ivSeKiTj] re SviobeKAn} re yf'cijrot, 
J) avT^i' Tto04<rai sai iipopp,T]64vTos duourrai, 
w; fir ^^ KXaCovTu Kara xpoa jcaA^v idirrn.' 

*ilr itp' ^^Jj, ypi|vs 6e fleSi' iiiyao Spxov andfuw. 
airap imC p' S\i,oaiv re reAevrrjir^i' rt rbv SpKOp, 
airlK ftreird ol obiov ip dfi^K^iopeSo-Ju Aijivirirfv, 
A" SJ ol iXi^ira ^eCey ivppa(ji4f<T<Ti hopolav 
T^Affiaxv? S 4i SufxaT la>p ii.vr]<sTT\faw ihjXKu. 



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Athena procures and mans a ship, and they set sail 

together. 

TiyXe/uuix.^ 6' ci/cvux Kara TFrdkw ^xero irivrrjf 
Kol pa liccioT^ if>ayr\ irapiaraiiivri <f)6T0 fivdov^ 
€(nr€pC(W9 b* ivl vrja Ooriv dyip€(r$ai, ivdyci, 385 

ri 5' cSt€ ^povioio 'NorjfJLOva <f>aCbi,[iov vlbv 
^r€€ vfja Oorjv' 6 hi ol Trp6(l}p<ji>v%Trib€KT0. 

Aijaer6 r fj4\i,os (tkiocdvto t€ iraa-ai ayvtaC' 
Kci t6t€ inja Ooi^v &KajS €Xpu<T€y irivra 6' iv avrfj 
ottX* kriO^iy ra t€ vrjes HaaeXfioi <f>opiovai, 390 

oT^o-e 6* iir iaxariy ktiiivoSy irepl 6' iaOXol haipot 
oBp6oi 'qyepiOovTO' 0€a 6' irpuvev Ikcuttov, 

''EvO^ air 3AX' ivorjac Oca yXavK&JTis ^AOrjvrij 
prj 6' tfX€vai vpbs bfipxiT ^ObvcrcrTJos deCoio' 
evOa iiinjaTrjp€(ra'a; iid y\viAv vitvov lx^^> 395 

7rX(i^€ b\ vivovrasy X€Lp&v 5' iK^aXX^ iciireXXa, 
oi 6* eSbeiv &pwvTO Kara irroXLVy oib^ ip in bfiv 
etoTy iireC a'(f>uraf ihwos hd pk€(f>&poi<nv iitiinev. 
avTop Trikifjiaxov Trpoa'4<l>ri y\avK&Tn9 ^Adrjvr] 
ktcnpoKaX^aaapAirq fjL€yipa>v eS vaieraovrcavy 400 

MivTopi €lbopjbrq ripkv bifms rfbc Kot avb'qv' 

* T-qXipLaXy ijbri pAu TOi ivKvrjpibes kTalpoi 
doLT hrrjperpLoiy t^v affv iroTLbiypevoi Spprjv* 
JIA\' top.€Vy p,fi brjOh biaTpCficapev dbolo,^ 

*£ts ipa (fxavrjaaa fjyqaaTO lYdXXas ^AOrjvrj 405 

KapaaKCpMs' 6 8' ftrcera /xer' XxvI'Cl jSatrc deoio, 
oArbp iircC p ' iiii vfja KarriXvOov rfb^ 6aXa<r<raVy 
^pov ftrciT ivl 6ivl nipri KopL6(ovTa9 kraCpovs, 
TOMTi bi KoX peri€(.(l> Upfi h Tr/Xejuwix^oto* 

* A€VTe, 4>l\oi, TJia (f>€p<ap.€Ba* irAirra 70.9 T(^if\ a»v^ 



2. 0AT22EIA2 B. 






*ils &pa <^aiVijiT( 



\i Tt itfrnjarai. 



s riyi/craro, 

KirBfaaii, is iKikoiirfv 'OSvctotjos tfilKos uWi. 
&v 8' itpa T^A*fxoxos njos fialv, ^px* ^' 'Afl^nj, 
VTjl 8' ^vi Ttpu^ur^ KOT Sp' ^ftTO' fiyx' ^' ^p' fl^s 
(fero TijA^/iax"*' ^"^ ^^ •npvio'^aC tKvirav, 
Sf 8^ Koi ouToi jSiWes^i (tXijIirt Koflifon. 
TOUTHi 3' iKiuvov oZpov ta yXavKWTTis 'Aff^wj, 
b-Kpaij Zi(j>vpov, KeKii^ovr i-al olvoiva irdiTov. 
TT)\ina)(os 5' erdpoto'ii' (TTor/nJpas Ik^Xcvitcv 
OTrXwc fiirreffSai" Toi 6' OTpivovros fiKoutroi'. 
iiTTOV 8' eiXdnpow koCA'js ivroaQe ix€<r6bij,ris 
trnjaiv ifCpaxrrfs, itara 5e Trpordi/OKTic ISijo-ai', 
IXkoii 8' tiTTta Xevnh, ivtrrpiTn-otat ^ofvcriv. 
Ibrpr]aar 8' Si^efios (J.^troj' iarCov, Afitjil bi KVjxa 
trreCprf -noptpvpfov ^eyi\' lax.' '"1"^ iojjo-jjs" 
^ 8' Idetv Kara Kvp,a haTipriiTcrovtTa k4\sv6ov. 
hijaifiaioi 8' Spa cxAa Ooijv &ub, iiija pAkfuvai/ 
(TT^ffOWO KprjTTJpas iiriorei^tas o&joio, 

ix TTavTOiV 8^ /ioAiora iifis yXai/KtiTTtSt KoCpjj, 
r.avvv)iiri \i.hi p ij ye koI ^£ irerpe tt^Atuflov. 



i 

I 



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OAY22EIA2 T. 

Ta ev IIi5Xc|D- 
Athens and Telemaohtis avrive and are welcomed at Fylos. 

ovpavhv is vokixpX'^oVi ^^ iBaviroiai, ^a^ivoi 

icol OvrfToio'i BpoTolaiv iirl C^CbcDpov Upovpav' 

ol bk UiXoVy 'N'qXrjos ivKrCfjLevov inoKUOpov^ 

l^ir Toi 5' hii 6iv\ OaXiaoTis Upa piCov^ 5 

Ta:6p(ws vaiMfiiKavaSy ivoaCxOovi jcvoroxafr^. 

bw4a 5' ibpai iaav^ ireimjKdo'ioi, b* ev iK6xrrri 

etdro, Kci. ispcpurj^vro kK&xTToOi kwia raipovs. 

^ ol {rffX6.y)(v iiFia-avTo^ Be^ 6' iirl [iripC Ikmov, , 

ol V ISvs KOxikyovTO^ W XxrtioL vrjhs iCarjs lo 

oTciXav ieCpavTeSy riiv 5' &p\ii<T(Wy iK 5' i^av avroi* 

Ik V ipa TriXifJiaxps vrjhs j3atr , fipxe h* AOrjvri. 

Toy vporipvi itpofriente Bea ' ^\a vK&m§ 'A^zny' i., t • 

*Ti|X4m»X*j ^ M^ ^^ XP^ ^ albovs ov8' riP<u6v' 
T(Av€Ka yap kclI ttSvtov iirhrXcDSy S(l>pa wSOrjai, 15 

varpbs^ Swov KoBe yala kolL Sv riva ttotijlov iTT4<rjr€V, 
iAX' Sye vvv IBvs k(€ N^oropos ImTobifioio' 
€l^)fA€y ijv Tiva iifjriv ivl <m}^€(r(ri k4k€v6€. 
^IffvetrBai hi fuv airoy, oTTcoy jnjfjL€pT4a ehrrf 
^'cS^s 8' oiic ^p^cf /x(SAa yap TrcTn/vjx^yos ioxC' * a'^ 

T^y d' a? Tffk^ijuxxps Tremwiiivos iirrCov ifpi^a' 



32 8. 0ATS2EIA2 T. 

' McvTop,. ttSs t S,p' tto fr&s r 5p ■npoa'sri^oyM, oA 
ovSe tC ttm fj.v6ouri, ■!seTT((pi}jj,ai miKivoicriV 
aiSis 6' aS r^ou &vbpa ytpaiTepoo i^phadai,' 

SAAa 6e Kal talficov iito6^(TfTai.' ov yap ^fo) 
otJ o-e fleSc MKijn yevMai re Tparfiififv re.' 

^ilj S/5Q. t^tonjirair' ijy^iraro DoXAas 'Atf^vij 
KapTToAfjUdir- o S' (TTdra ^er' I'xi'ta ^aiue fleoib. 
I^oy S' <s nuAftou aehpwv &yvplv t( koI ISpas, 
iv6' &pa Niaroip Jjaro (niv vlitriv, a{i.<pl B' iraipoi 
bair ivrvvoixaioi Kpiar" Smrtav SXXa t" Inetpov. 
o( B' as oZv ^eCvovs Koi", &9p6oi, ^\Sov S/itavrts, 
\epalv t' ijOTTttfoyro Kal kbpiiaaSai Sjnayov^ 
irpmro? NeoropfBijs neiffforpaTOff iyyiQev iKQiiv 
ap.<j>OTfpiov fKf x^'P" '^'^^ tSpuo-ew wapi Sairl 
Kdtmp lii fxaAoKounc, stt! ■^afxdOois aXCri<n, 
tiAp 7e Ktwiyi^T^ ©pttffu/ijjBet Kal irarept iS" 
BwKe 8' Spa (nr\iiyx''U"' p-oCpas, iv 6' oTwjv Ix**^* 
X/JVcreCft) B«7rai" tfitiaK^p^evos ti ■j:poaTf6hcL 
YloKXAh' 'AOrivaCrjv, KOvpJjp Albs alyi6)(oio' 

' EtJX*" ^"i S $eivf, riocreiBiiioi'i Svaicri' 
roB yap koI Bafnjs ^i^Jo-oTe hevpo fioAo'w«r. 

Bos /cat roiJrQ) liretra B^jrar /LceAiijB^oj oEt.-oi' 
oweio-at, ^Tiei koI rovrov dtop^i, ASavdroitrui 
fvx*ir6ai' Trdirej Be fleiS:? x"^*'"""'' <ii'^paj7roi, 
oAAa vediTipos lariv, ofitjXiKfT; 6' ^fiol aural* 
Tovt'EKa ffol Ttporipiif Btdffo) x/"J'''et<«' SAehto:',' 
'Qs etTTftJi' iv xtpal rldti B/was j/Be'os oXvov 
X<^^f S' 'Adipai-q urnvvpAvi^ avhpl biKaiif, 



3. 0AT2SEIAZ P. 

mnUa. S' (t)(fTo TroXAa Xlairtihiiovi. Scokti. 

Kforopt /:teu wp<ornrra kh! utdiri kESos- oTca^t, 
airap litetr SAAokti 6£Boii yapUaaav Q.iUti,^i\v 
(rufi.Tsatnv nvkCotffiv ayaKkeiTijS (Kar^ii^ijs. 

oEreKd Srfp' Uo/jeirflti fiojj evv vqX ^tXaivri' 

luKe !« TTjAtf/dx^ koXov hi-nas o/i^iKiiweWoj/. 
i( 3" avrojs TipaTa 'OSviririjOS <^iA.os utrff. 
oj 3' ^t! wnnjffOf Kp^' imipTfpa koX ipviravro, 
lUiCpas ta<T<riiJ,fvot SaCvvvT iplKvhfa Salra. 
airrap iiru -rroaias kcu ib7]rios i^ ipov fvro, 
row &pa (i'iOaiv ^p}(f Tfpi'jvws 'nnro'ro tiiariop. 
' Njju 6^ KtiAAwi' ioTt neraXXijuai Koi tpiada* 

u ^fivoi, rivfs fori'i noOfu T-\fi6' iypa K^Xevda; 
'1 n Kara irp^^iv ij fia\jnbl(os oAoAijirfie, 
Ilia re Ajjicrr^pes, {/■nelp &Xa, rol t AXoiuvtw. 
tuX^s ■tapOifj.fvot, KaKov oXXoSairoHcri tji{povT(s ;^ 

Talemaclma explajns to Nestor the reason of their 
journej. 

Tow 5" aZ TriKtfiaxps -niTswpAvo^ hirCov jpj&a' 
iapv^rras' ovr^ yap tcl tpptrrl 6apaos 'Afl^wj 
^x'l ^o /*"' 'f^P^ T^arpiis ai!oi.)(ap.lvoLO Ipoiro 
RJ' tva liiv nkfos £o-fl\ojf fv avSpii-noiiTiv ex!?"''*'!' 

"Q NeoTOf) NjjXi)t(i3j7, fc^ya utiSos 'Axii^") 
f^woi ^imoBdi fljxiv' iy&i M k4 rot KaraA .t<fiu. ' 

•i^ifis B' ijb' I&Ct), ov 8?)fiios, ^f dyoptvoi, 

"J^oj (juoii AAeW ft/?i fifTip\op.a.i, ']v hod ohotjuui. 



34 



8. OiTSSEIAS r. 



biov 'OBuffOTJor Tokarrlippovo^, 5v irord <pain 
avi' (TDi (iapv^fvov Tp(i<au TiaXw i^aKaTtd^ai. • 
iAAoDs fiiif yhp TTiivras, So-oi Tpiorrlv iroK^jxi^ov, 
T!(v06nf6', ^x' ^KaiTTos imtiXero Xvypbv SXeBpov, 
(ceirou 8' aiJ koX Sk^Opov 6.TTfv8ia BiJKf KpovCoiP. 
ai yip Tts fiu'iJOTat crdtfia elir^iiev oinro'fl' SXaikfv, 

e're Kal iv weAayei fiertt KVi^aatp 'A/xi^tTpmji. 
ToCctKa JTJii ra era yovvaB' Uiicofial, ai k' iSdkjjrrSa 
Ktleov kuyjiav SkfSpov fvt.ffTic.iir, ft uov ontoiras 
ScjiOaXfioiai reoZcriv, ^ 6Xkov ti.v6ov &Kov<Ta^ 
■tiXaCofiivov' TTfpi yip ^i-iv 6iQjpov t4k( y^'^nip. 
liijhi tI fj,' al&6fi(vos nfiXliTiTeo jxrjb' iXea(p03p, 
aW' d) fioi KardAefoii Sfftos ^VTijtras inrtoir^s. 
A.((ro-o/ia(j el ■aori toI tj "naritp ifibs, iaOkbs 'Ohvatrfiii, 
TJ liros ^i Ti tpyov i/noaras effrAetrire 
fi^HO) eiii Tptu'toi', oflt ■ffdiiTxerf irjJjAar'.'Ax'i'oi'" ic 

7WC j'Cv fxot jxii^irai, kuC )w\. vtHJ-fpTis ei'iimes.' 
Nestor reooniitH llia HnfreringH of the QreekB after 

fall of Troy. 
Toji 8' ijfief^er' lueira Ttp^vio^ EniroVa N^oraip" 
' 2 <pDC, itrsC fj,' ^finjiras otfjior, I'jp iv insU'tf 
6i)/ii[) &v4t\j]IJ,(v pAvos t.!rj(fTOL vlis 'A\aiSiV, 

wAafo/itvot (tara A?)f8", ojtj) 6p^eitv 'AxiAAets, 
^6' offo Kol Tifpl &'TTV fiiya Ylpiiixoio 6.vaKros 
\tapviii.i6' • iv6a 8' ^ireiTO KariKTadfV oaaoi &piirrat, 
ivBa fiii" Atos Kihai 'A/jjjtos, ti'^a B' 'AxiAAfby, 
llifla Si ndrpOKAoff, fl^df/jin /j,^<iTa)p hrakoiiTOS, 
ivda S' e^o; (^I'Aos vl^s, &fia Kpartpos koj, &p.VfUi»i, 
'Aifr^oxos, irtpi jihr flet'eiu Toxis ^6< /MiXJir^ff" 



S5 



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8. 0AT22EIA2 H 35 

vivra y€ iiD^TJa-aiTO KaTaOmjT&v ivOpdircov ; 
ov6' ci irevrieris yc koI i^ieres irapafiCfiv(ov 115 

i^epiois oaa k€Wi irdOov KaKo. bloi ^AxjuoC* 
"nplv K€V CLViriO^ls o'V T^orp(ba yaiav Xkoio. 
idvderes yip frt^iv fca/ca pditrofxev ini^Unovm 
V(WToCoL<n doXoi(7i, [xoyis 5^ iTiXcaae Kpovioiv, 
Ivff (A tCs 'jroT€ tirJTiv ofiouoOrj^evai ivrrjv . 120 

V^cA*, iirel juuiXa voXXbv kvUa 6tos ^OSvo-o-evs 
7a2To^i(r( h6\oifn^ Trarrjp Tcbsy el ireov ye 
Kiivw licyovos i(r<ri,' ai^as /x' lx!^i elfTopooavra* 
^ TOi yap iJLvOoC ye cot/cores, ovbi Ke <t>aCrjs 
ivbpa vetarepov £de loiK6Ta ixvOrjaaaOai^ 125 

lv0* ^ rot €&os fxiv iy<d Kot bios ^Obva-arebs 
(Are iroT elv ayopfj bC)^ kfiii^oiiev ovr ivX fiovXy, 
aW' iva OvyLOV jtypvre v6(^ koI i-nl<f>povi fiovXrj 
^pafoy^ff * Apyetoia-iv Sircoy 6)^ apKrra yivoiro, 
wrap hrel UpiAjwio ttoXlv bieitipcrap.ev alirfiv, 130 

Prjfjiev 8** iv vrjeaa-iy Oeos 8' €Keba(r<reP 'Axatovs, 
/ecu Tore bri Zeis Xxjypov ivl (f)peai firjbero vdarov 
^Apye(oiSy iirei ov ri vorjfioves ovb^ bUatoi 
voarres l(Tap* t^ (T<f>e<jiiv iroXies KaKOv oItov iirianov 
lirjvios ii SXorjs yXavK&mbos dPpLfJLOTrirpTjSy 135 

ij f* ipiv ^ATpeCbrjai, fier* afX(j)OTepOL<nv IdrjKe, 
r« bi KoXeaaafiivco ayop7\v is iravras 'Axatois, 
Ithlr^ ircLp ov Kara K6(rpjov^ is fj^Xiov KaTobuirray 
ol 8' IjXdov otv<j^ fiefiaprjoTes vies ^AyaiS^v^ 
yivBov lAvOeCaBrjVy tov etveica Xabv &yeipav. 140 

ivff ^ Toi yieviXaos ivdyei iravTas ^Axcllovs 
v6(rTov pLLiivrj(rKe<r6ai Itt' evpia v&ra OaXdaa-rjs, 
ovb^ ^AyofjiipLvovt irip.'nav erjvbave' jBovXero yap pa 
\ainf ipvKOKiew, pi^ai 6^ Upas ^KaTOfxPaSj 
iff rov 'A^TjvaiTjs beLvov xoXov ^£(\K€aaiTO, ^V^ 

D 2 



3^ 3. OATSSEIAS T. 

r^TTtoj, olbe TO fibrj, & oJ ■neCirtij-Oai tfieAAeu" 
ou yof r' al^j/a di^v TpiitfTot voos aiiv iovrtov. 
&i ri fiiu xoA-eiroiirif ififi^afiivio i-niftTtriii 
fiTTaaav ol 5' Avopovtrav ^/n^^iSej 'A)(aiot 
^XS ^to'i'to'iVfj S^'x"* ^^ <t<piiTiu Tj2/hai>t PouXtj. 
niKTa /iei- aecraiieii xaXeirh <j>pea'i,v opfi-aCvovrts 
dWnjAois' ^iji ya/i Ztis vjpnje n^/ia kokolo" 
^bidev 3* ol fiku vias tKKoixtv fU 5Xa biair 
(tr^fiord t' ivrMjifiTda jSoBvOivovs T( yvvaixas. 
^fifffffs S' &pa Kaol iprjTvovro nivovrfs 
avOi Trap' 'Arpei'Sjj ' Ayofifiivovi, -noiix^vi Xa&v 
TltJ-lfTfes S' ava^avres fkauvofifV al bi fioX' uxa 
i-nKfov, (TTOpfacv bi deos p-eyaKi'iTta ttoirrov, 
is Tdvebov 3' i\86i>Tes ipi^a/ifv Ipa fltoTo-iv, 
otxabf Untvoi' ZfiPf S' ov irto /ijjSero v6rrro>/, 
axirkios, Ss p ' Ipiv aipae kokijv Itti htvrtpop aZre 
ol tiiv a.TtotrrpiipaiiTfs ^jiav r^as iixtfiifkCcriTa^ 
ajup ObuoTJa avaxra biilippopa, tto iKiAo/iiJnji', 
avns ill' 'ArptCSj] 'Ayajifuvovt ^pa <p4poeTts' 
avrap iylii aiv V7]valv aoWfiriv, at jioi Ittopto, 
tPfvyop, iml ylyvaiiTKOV h 6!) KaKo. jijjSfro baifuoo, 
tjifuye Se Tvbioi vtos 'Ap^ioj, Sj/xre 6' (raCpovs. 
6'^e bi bii fitra rwt xCf ^avOiis Mer^Aaos, 
fv A^a-^if b' tK(j(«jj bo\i\ou irXoou opp-aCrovras, 
rj KadvufpSe Xi'oio ufolfitBa T!an!aXo4(r(n]s, 
I'^irou em 'i'vpitjs, ainiiv in' aptcrrip' txovres, 
ij vTtivfpQf ^ioio, -nap' riv(fiofi/Ta MCpMirra. 
^Tfap,fv bi $ebii (jyijvat TtpaV avrap o y' iifuv 
Sfife, Kttt ijviiyfi iriKayos fieuov th Ev^ouui 
Tfiivv-V, otftpa Taxtirra, vjisk KOKOTijra <l>vyoiixfv, 
Siftro 6' (TTi Aiyuj oiipos aiiiiCTttL' ai bi f«iA' iuica 



8. 0AY22EIAS T. 37 

hn^uu KaTjiyovTO' TLoa-^LbSMVi bi roAptav 

»oXX' hit [irjp^ iOefieVy vikayos iilya fierprjaavTcs' 

rkpaTov i^/xop Ayr, 5r' iv "Apy^X vrjas iCaas 180 

TvbfBkia Irapoi ALOjxrjbeos iTntobifWio 

tuTcuraif airap iyd ye IlvXovd' ^XPV^ ovbi ttot* lo-^iy 

dt'posy i'jr€iSri irp&ra 0€hs upohiKev hrivaL. 

i? IjIkBaVy (I}CK€ riicvoVy &TTev6fis, ovbi n otba 

Kilvtavy ot T^ ka&oaOeif ^kyai&v 0? t' d-ffcfXowo, 185 

ocraa V ivl iieyapoKn KaOrjfjLevos fnieripoKTi 

V€6$oiMty fj Oifiis iarlf daiyo-eai, ovbi o-e KeLfo-oa, 

€? fijy Mvpiubovas <l>i(T* i\OipL€v iy\€(niJL(ipovSy 

oJs i/ 'AxtXX^os pLcycMfiov (l>a(bLfws vlosy 

ev i^ ^'iXoicnyTT;!', Iloiavru)!; dyXooz; vl6v. 190 

irirras 6' 'Wofji«;€V5 Kprjrrjv eloTJyay^ iraCpov^, 

o\ <fgiyov iK iroXifioVy ttSvtos bi ol ov nv^ iirrjiupa. 

Arpc^Tji; bi Koi avrol AxoiJere v6(r<l}i.v i6vT€s, 

«s r' ^A.^' c5y t' AtyiarOos ip.rj(raTo kuypbv SXcdpov. 

oAX' fj tot KCLVOS pku iTTicrfivyepm iirinareVy 195 

^s iyouBbv /col 7raT5a KaTO^OiixivoLO XiiriarOai 

ivhpo9, iircl Koi k€lvos irlcraTO 'naTpo(l)ovr]a, 

^lyiadov boX6iirjTiv, 8 ol itaripa kXvtov licra, 

[fat (TV, (f>CKoSi M<iA.a yip <r* 6p6<o koXov re fjJyav re, 

<^t/itos l<r<r', fi;a rCs (r€ koX 6yjny6va>v cS efTrry.]' 200 

Telemaohns despairB of the state of afOEdrs in his home. 

Tov y aS TriXipLaxoi ircinwfxivos SlvtCov rjvba* 
*a) N^oTop NryXTytdSiy, fx^a icCdoy 'AxatcSy, 
«fal A.6;i; Kciz/o? /xer ina-aTO, naC ol 'Axatol 
olcovo-i fc\^09 eifpv koI l(Tao\xivoi(n, TrvBiadai. 
A yap c^xoi TO(r<Trivb€ Ocol bvvapLiv Trept^etez;, 205 

TiiTCLoOai lurqfrrrjpas virepfiaatqs iXcyeivriSj 



58 3. 0AT22EIA2 r. 

dAA' ov fj.01 ToiovTav lireKKnxrav deal Sh^ov, 

•nwrpi r' tj*^ wai tfio^ v^v h\ XP^ rerAif/^o' ffJ,TT^s' 

ipaa-X fiwjoT^paf cr^s fujT^pos ftveKti 7ro\Aoit 
ei" //ryilpois, tWKijri ffiOev, Kaxh, iJ.r))(av&aiT8ai. 
iltii fiot rji ixaiv ivo^dnvairai, ^ ire ye Xaol 
^tlBaipova' ava, Sijiiov, i-nunsSfievoi, deov iifMJ>^. 
t(s S' oT5' ri k4 nori cr<pi fiias dirortVerat i^^v, > 
^ 5 ye ftowDs e&Ji', ^ kciI oiifiiraiTes' 'AxatoC; • 

ft yap tr' &s IdiKoi tjiiKieiv yKavKZms 'AOi'jirq 

(OS TOT 'OBufTOTJO? TtfplK^beTO KvhoXCfiOLO 

Sijjxi}) ivi Tpiiwi", u0t Tcdrrxopkffi SXye' 'A)(aio( — 
ov y6,p TTta Ibov wbe fleous &ra<j>avba ^iXeBiTar 
is Kelvip avarpavta itapiararo FIciAActs 'Afl^uij — 
el ff' oBrws e^eXoi (jyiX^fiv kjjSoito' re fluf^M, 
rfl K^i" ris KfCvMV ye Koi exAeXaSoiro y<i^io.' 

Ton 5' av TrfKiiiaxos TreTTWfitVos awriby tjuSa- 
' o> y^v, o6 TTW roCro eTros T(Kh<r6ai 6Cio' 
kb]v yap n^yo eTTres' ayjj /a ex*'" "^^ ^ '/^^ T*' 
ikTrofi^vif rh yivoir', avS' el deal &s i64Koifv' , 

Tow 6' a3re irpouiftTTf flea yXai/KUffiff 'Afl^inj' 
' TjjA^fiaxe, woiou tre eTros ipvytv IpKos ihovriup, i 
pfia d(6s y' fSiXoiv xal TTjAoflev &vbpa trar&a'ai, i 
^ovKoCiiriv S' ii" lyti ye itai ^yea iroXAct fioyjjiTas ■" 
oiKoS^ r' iXOffievai koX voaTifJiOV "^p-ap iS^ffOaij • 
5 ^Afliij' airoA^o-fltn iipiarios, is ' Kyay-l^tviov 
fiXefl' iir' Alylddaio 5dAw koI ijs dAdx.oio, i 

4XA' ij rot flduarou piv ojioUav oi/bi feof irep 
Kfll ^tXu di'Bpl Si/yajirai &\a\Kifiev, irnrdre Kev 6^,- 
^5^' dAoi^ Ka0i\ri(Ti, TanjAeye'os fioi'tfroio,' J 



S. OATSSEIAS n 39 

STestor describes the murder of Agamemnon. 

Trfv 8' oS TijX4i«X*^^ TremwtjJvos dvrCov rfiba' 
^ Uirrop, uriKh'i ravra Keydfi^Oa Krib6ii€voC vep' 240 

«&i|i 8' oiKh'i v6(rTos inqrvfjiosy aXki ol ijbri 
<j>pia<rairr^ iBivaroi Bivarov Kal Kfjpa lUXaivav. 
m 5' iOikio Ittos SXXo iieraXKrjaat koX ipiaOai 
NVoTop', iirel 'jrepCoibe bUas ribi <l)p6vi,v SXk(ov 
Tpls yhp bri [i(v <f>a(riv iua^ourSai yiv€^ ia;bp<dVy 245 

<ii>9 re fwi iBivaros IvbAXXerai daopiaaOai, 
S N^oTop l^^rikriiAbriy <ri b* iXrjd^s Moires' 
w iOav* 'Arpcffirjs evpVKpeConv ^AyapJfivoov ; 
Ttov Mev4\ajos hjv ; riva 8' avr^ p.'qcraT* oKeOpov / 
Atytir^og < 5oA.rfMTiTt$. ^ircl KTctve iroXAor ipeCo); J'-U^.'i^o 
^ ovK *Apy€05 ijcv 'Axa^tKoO, dXKi 7177 SAXt; . 

xX(i{€T' hr* iLv6p<iyffovs, 6 bi Oap(rfia'as Kari'ne<f>V€ ** 

lov V rfficCper^ lireira TeprjvLos hnrdra N^orcop* 
*rotyap iyd roi^ riKVOv^ iXr\6ia iriirr* iyope6<ra). 
V TOL pkv riJbe kovtos dfcae, &s k€v M\6riy 255 

^l iWw' AlyiaOov hit pieyipoKnv herfiev 
'ArpcflJrys TpoCriOev ict)z;, ^avOos McviXaos' 
I'y Ki ol ovbi OavovTi yyr^v IttX yalov i^pjovy 
iU* ipa t6v ye k6v€9 tc Kal olmvol Kariba^av 
t^dlievov kv irebCf^ kKas "ApyeoSy ovbi kc tCs ynv 260 

«Aawr€y ^AxaiiAbwr iiiXa yap [xiya pLrjaaTO ipyov, 
^Hels pkv yhp KeiBi irok4as reXiovres &46\ovs 
lifted*' 6 y eiKTjXos fivx? "Apyeos Itttto^otoio 
irtfXX' * Ayojiepvovhiv Sko^v Oikyeo-K* iirieo-o'Lv. 
^ 5' ij roi t6 irplv [xh^ dvalvero Ipyov detKc?, 265 

^la KkvTCupvrjoTpri' <f>p€al yap K^xpiyr' dyaOfja-t,, 
Trip 8' Sp' Irjv Koi &o(,bhs avfjpy ^ ir6kX* iirirekkev 
'Arpc^y Tpolrjvbe Kia)v eipvaOai &KOinv. 
dW' 8r€ Hij /IIP fioipa 0eQv Hihtitre. bajxtivai^ 



40 

6^ riTf Tov ^iii" aoib^v &yiav «? viju-ov tprjuriv 

KAXXtTtev otavouTiv eAiop koI Kupfna yeuiadai, 

t!\v B' iSiXtnv l6i\ovaav atn'jyayiv ovhf b6fuivti 

iroAAa 8J MW^' ^*1^ Qf^v Upots «7r! ^a^ioZs, 

vokXa 8' dydAfiOT' ^1171/^0', v(jt^iTfUiT& Tf )(pva6v Tf, 

iK,Tf\4iTas y-iyii ipyov, S mi isoTt IX-nfro 6u(i$. 

rilieis fihr yap S,ua icK^ofi-ev "YpoCrfdev iovrft, 

'ArpelSrjs kcO, iylii, ej>(ka elSo'rej &\Xrj\oi<nv' J 

ak\' 5r< Soiii'tojJ ipiSu atfuKOiifS', 5.Kpov 'Aftju^wji, J 

^ffla Kv^epv^TTjp MtceXiiou ^oi,3os' 'AirifAXiw I 

ols dywoii ^eXUiratv ^iroi^oV^os itare'ireffii'e, I 

TrijSdAHijj ftcra X^P'^i fleoiioijff wjos Ix"'^'*! I 

'tpoWti' 'OifljTopC6i|i', Ss (KaCwTo <f>v\' huQpiainov 

vf)a Ku^epv^aat, OTToVe mapfipUv aeXAat, 

&£ 5 H^ii I'ufla KaT^trxff', iTtftyoptvos lap 08010, 

S^p^ (Tapov Sdwroi Kal inl KT^pta KTfpC<Tfiev. 

oAX' ore fij) Koi Kfitros, laiv hi otcojro irdwrow 

iv jnjufr! y\a<fivp^tTi, Makfiimv 6po<j ahn 

l^t BioiV, Tore hrj arvytp^v obop fvpioTsa Zeiis 

f<j>pAiTaTo, Xty^oju 3' &v4ixo>v tw' &wp,iua xri'e 

KVfidTo. re Tpotjioevra ireXtSpia, Vo opetrau/. 

iv6a Biar/i^fas ras ^ev K/j^tt; (Ti^Aao-trec, 

^X^ KuSiuref ivatop 'lapb6j/ttv &[j,<l>l pieSpct, 

ioTi &i Tis Xio'trfi atitfZd re «is fiAa -alTp^ 

eirxoTiij rd/JTWOff, ev ^fpoti8e'i wo'iirfp), 

liiflo No'ros n^ya sCfia irori ffKatin ^Cou ^fl<t, 

is <i>aiaT<ip, fxiKpos be \Wos fiiya Kvp.' &'iio4pyfi, 

al phi &p' M' ijX3or, ctttovS^ 6' ')Xv^av 3\tBpou 

avSpts, arap i^is ye irorl dirtXilSeo-iTiii lofoii 

n/fiar'- OTop tos TT^rre jVas KVapoivptfpfCovs 

Aly^sro) iviXairtrf <p4p<av SurejiSs t€ k<u vSotp. 



8. 0AY22EIAS F. 41 

ijAaro ^ vrpxrl kot iXKoOp6ovs ia^Opdirovs 

Twj^pa hi ravT AlyKrOos iiirjaaro oIkoOi Xi/ypd* 

hrderes b'* ijv(ur<r€ iro\.vxfy6<rou) MvKrjmis 

Krdvas 'Arpefl^i;, hibiiriTO bi \ahs wr* avr^. 305 

tS bi ol dyboiri^ KOKhv riXyOe bXos ^Opicmjs 

H inf 'A&TivicoVy Karh b' Ifcroz/e 7raTpo<;f»oi^a, 

MyurBov bohSntiriv^ S ol itaripa KKvrhv iKTa, 

ri TOL rbv KTcCvas baCw Ti(l>ov 'ApyeCoicn 

M^prfs T€ <mry€prJ9 kolL ivaXKibo^ Alyla-Ooio* 310 

(ttrnjuap bi ol fjkO^ fioffv iyaOhs MeviXaos^ 

toXXa KTrjfjLaj^ &yoi>v, Saa ol vies ix^os ieipav. 

He bidB Telemaolras to Tisit Menelaus. 

Kol (T^, ( j ^ Qio y, iJLTi brjOh b6pLa>v iiro Trjk* iX6Xri(T0y rm! . ■ ^V 

KTiffiard re w/wXiircbr &r$pa9 r* iv aoiai b6fJL0i(nv 

0^0) virepipuiXovSy firj toi Kara iriirra <f>iy(0(n 315 

KTrfimra $a<ro-(i/x€i;ot, <rv 6^ rrjvaCriv obhv ikOrjs. 

0^' is yikif MeviXojOv iy&i icA.o/uiai koI iva>ya 

^9(ur K€Wos yhp viov iXKoOev elKfiKovOev^ 

c/c rwf ivOpJntonv 8$€V oifK lAwoirJ ye &vfJL<^ 

^ilieVf 8v Ttva irp&TOv imoff(lyrjX(D(riv ieXkai 320 

h vikayos ijJya roTbi;, SOev ri irep oib* ol(avol 

«T(fer€s olxv€v&Wf iveX iiiya re beivov re. 

W Ii9( vvv avv vr\l re (rj koX aots kripoieiv* 

rf y l^^et; irei&s, wtipa roi bC(l)pos re ical fTnroi, 

*^ W TCM vley ^/uu)2, 0? roi nrofnrrjes eo-owat 325 

^' hoKebaliuova Star, 5di (avObs MerA^ao;. 

^0"€o^a4 6^ fuv avrSs, tra mjixepr^s ivCairij. 

^€v8o9 y OVK ^p^ei* /ii(iAa yap TreTTWfiivos iarCv/ 

Qs li^T^, iJAios 6' ip' I8u Koi eirl Kv4(l)as r^kdc. 
^MTi 8i Kol iJLerienre Ota yXav/cwTTis 'ABi^inf ^^^ 



42 3. OATSSEIAS T. 

Alliena proposes that they aliould now bake tbeir l 
' 'ii yipov, ^ Toi ravra koto funpav Karikf ^as' 
oAA' fiye Ta/iuer€ fi(ii ■y\m(T(Tas, K^pAarrde EJ oTpdj;, 
o(ppa floaeiS^mvt ical SXXois ABavdToiai 
iTTseCiTCUiTfs Kolroto fitStificfla' roio yap (up?;. 
j)5j] yap ^dos otxffl' inrb Co<pov, oibi Ioik( 
blOa 6fS>v fv hatrl Oaatrcrcixev, AXXa vitaOat.' 

'H pa Aios OvydtTTjp, toi S' IkAtidj' aiSrirricnis. 
Toitrc S^ KjjpuKej /A^iJ CSojp liri xelpaj ^yjtvai', 
Kovjtoi h'i Kpvjrqpas l-nnrrerjrajrro ttotoio, 
v<i\j.y\iTav h' &pa -naa-tv fTrap^ifievoi beirdcnn' 
yAtuo-uas 3' fv irvpt ySaXAoi', dviortifieroi, 5' ^ntAet/3oy, 
aJJrop eirel wTteurai' t* CTrtoV fl' oirojf j/fleAe Ou/^&s, 11 
8^ roV 'Adrfvair] Koi TijAe/xaxos 0(oeiB^s ■ 

tt/iii^(o Ucrdrjv KoCkiji^ i-jzl vija vimOai.. ■ 

N^oTtop 3' o5 KoripvKe Ka9aT!T6iJ,evos (irhcriri' 

TSttsiot would foin keep them : so Telemachiia remAini 
• Zeis TO y AAefqVeie ko! detiroToi fleol iiAAot, j 
is i/ieis Ttop' (fieli) ^o^u iitl vrja Kiom 
duff W TO) Jj napi ■nd/iuoy h/eip-ovos rii Ttfvixpov, 
1^ ou Ti x^'*^'" '!'*^ ^'jy*'* TtiAA.' 4fi OIK^, 
our' aiTM fioAaKiSs ovre ^iCvoimv ivevtup. 
aiirap (no\ -ndpa p.iv \Kdivai Koi p^yea koAcL 
ov $rjv 8^ ToCS ^i-Spos 'ObviTiriios tjitKos vios 
pijhi f-n' iKpio^iv KaToXi^erat, otpp' 5,v fyd yt 
C<io>, (ireira hi iraiSes evi neyipoirn KhaivTat, 
^flvav^ ^uvLQtw, 3? tIs k' f^a Siifxafl' IrcTjTat.' 

Tbv 3' oJtc Trpoff^eiTTf fleet yAoiiKwirts 'A0^i^" 
' eB Bij ravrd y* Et/iTjo-flo, ytpou 0tAe' (roi 8^ ftjlKf' 
TtA^/ia^ov irf(6(a6ai, iird iroXii KtiAAioi' oJn-tas. 
dAA' oStos fihf vvn trot &ii! i^^ax, o^pa ntv ^Stj , 



8. 0AT22EIAS F. 43 

(romv ivl [leyipoia-iv* iyi> 5' iiil vfja [UKaivav . ^ J^o, 

fV, ha Bapuvvai 0' irdpovs ^(a j£. imara. ^^ ^ -irJ^^ 

0J09 yap fierct rotcrt yepaCrepo^ eixpfJMi eivai* \ cf'^U^ 

0! 5^ ^lAAoi (^iXorrjfn vcdrepoi ivbpcs iitovrai^ 

vivT€s ofirjXiKCrj fieyaJBvpLov Trj\€iJiA\oio, 

IvSa K€ ke^aCfirjv KoCkp Trap^ vrjl fie\aCvji 365 

vvv irap rj&Oev fiera KccCKiovas fieyaOvfiovs 

(111, ivBa yjp€l6^ fJLOi 6(f>iXX€Tai, (A ti viov ye, 

oi5' oXCyov (TV bk tovtov, Iwei rcbv tKcro Sw/xa, 

Ttifiyjfov (Tvv hC(l>p<a t€ koI vUc hbs hi ol tinrovSi 

oItoi i\a<f>p6TaT0i OeCcw koX Kdpros Spiorot.' 370 

Afhena vanislies; ITestor vows her an offering. 

12? ipa (fxoinfja-aa^ &Ttipr] yX.avK&Tn^ ^AOrjmi j 

^2Jj €lbofi4vrf' Oifipos 5' Ike irivras teJwas, A^ -^ ■ 
^(xunaCev 6' 6 yepatbs, Sircas tbev dif^aXp.oicri'' 
TT/Xf/xa^ov V iXe X^ipa^ litos r' l</)ar' Ik t' 6v6pLaC€v' 

* 12 <l>Ckos, ov (re loX^a icoucdi; xal Sz^oXkii' IcreaOai, 
^i 5ij Toi v^cpcSde ^eol irofimjes (irovrai, 376 

ov fih; ydp ns 38' SAA09 'OAvjuiTrio bdfiaT* k^ovroav, 
<»Ua A toy Ovyirrjpy KvbCarri Tpiroyivcia, 
^ Tot KCtt Trarip^ kaBKov iv ^ApycCoia-LV Mfia, 
<»Ua, iva(ra\ VirjOi, bCb<a0i bi /utoi kX^os iaOKov, 380 
ttw-w Kol iraf^eorori Ka\ albohi irapaKoirC 
<roi 5 aS iyi) p^^o) jSow ^rtz' €vpv/xfra)7rov, 
w/i^T7;z;, ^v oi! TTO) VTto fyyhv ijyayev &vrjp* 
^v Toi lyft> p^^o) xpvdhv K^paa-iv irepixevas.^ 

12s l</)ar' €vxofJ'€Vos, tov 8' IfcXi/e IlaXAas ^AOrjvrj. 
Tomv 8' fiy€ii6v€ve TeprjvLos iTntSra N^crrcop, 386 

vlw Kol yafjippOLoriv, ka irpbs bdjiara Kokd, 
^ St€ bJf^Mff Xkovto iyaKXyra Toto ivaKTo^, 
^hivf Kovro Karh k\i(tijl&6s re flpdyous xe^ 



44 3. OiTSSEIAS T. 

rots 8' (J yipuiv e\Oov<nv ova upTnjpa KepacriTfii 

oivov iiZvTs6T0LO, Tou ev&fK6,rm iviaur^ 

uit^fv Tafj.tr) Kal inh Kp^Be/^you iKvirc 

Tov 6 yipatv Kpr\i7ipa KSpdaaaro, iro^kb. b Afliiy;; 

fv)(er' inoanii'SoiV, KOvpri Aios aiyio'xoio. 

Avrap iufl tmficrov t' Ithov 6' oaov ijOeXf dvji&tf 
ol fiii) KaK'fiovTfs f^av oiKovbe sKaoros, 
roil 3 avTOv KDifATjtre Fepijutos Eirudra N^ortop, 
TriXiixaxpir, (jsiKov vlov 'OZvirrnjos deloio, 
rpifroTs €i> Kex^fTffiv, vtv' aWovtrrj ipiboxrnw, 
nap 8' &p' evfip.e\Criv TlfiiTCa-rpaTov, op}(aiJ.ov drB/jtSi^ 
Ss ot er' ^t'fleos TiaCbiov ^v Iv ij,fyipoi.<riv, 
auTOi B aure KaSeCBe f'J'X'i' B(ff ou 'wfiriXoio, 
r^ B' SAoxos hlai:oiva Kiyoi -nopinvf Kal rfi?^u, 

Ifei^ momine ths oSbTing {a mada. 
'Hfwj 8' ij/jtyjueia </)aj^ poSoStiKruAos 'His, 
ipivr' ap' ef €iiinj<j>L TfpTivios [jrurfro N^trrtop, 
^K 8' iAflip Kar' 5p' ^C*'-' s'tI fwrouri XMoiitik, 
Ol oi «o-ay itpa-iripoiOf dvpaoiv {njnjKaoiv 
KoiKol, iwoirriXiSowes aXeC^aros' ols iiri fitv irplv 
NijAeij XCffxev, $(6<j>iv p,ijoT(op drdAturor' 
aX\' 6 jxiu ^Bi] Kijpi Bdfwis 'AiBooSe |9e/3^«(, 
Nirrrmp aZ tot' l^ife Fepijiiioff, oSpos 'Axatui/, 
(TxijTiTpoy ex*"!', irtpi 8 utes doXX^es ■^yepiOovro 
ix SaXifuov iKOoims, 'Ejfjippaiv re SrpaTi'oj re 
riepiTeiJS r' 'ApTTo's re cai drrWfos ©piwv/ii^Bjiff. 
roTin S' lireifl' ?ktos neKriVrparos rj\v6ec ';pwS| 
nap B' &pa TTjXipLO^ov deoeCKeXov (I<raw fiyopres. 
TOitn hi fj.-66iov ^px^ Fep^uios tTnrtJra Nitmap' 



3. 0AT22EIA2 T. 45 

if iu)i ivofyyris ^dc Bcov h daira OaX/eKw. 420 

akk^ 4/ 6 fJikv vcbiovb^ irrl fiovv fro), J</>pa ri^''^^^ 
iXBrjaw, i^(rp hi Po&v €71j3ovkAo9 ianjp' 
el; 5' hi TijAe/Luixov ixeyaMfiov vria fiiXawav 
tsivras Hiv iripovs iyiTco, AiWro) bi bv^ otovs' 
fh 5' aS )(jn)(rox6ov AaipKca bevpo k€\4(t0(»} 425 

eX^cu;, o<f>pa )3oo5 yfjpvcrbv K^paaiv ircptx^W- 
01 6' iXXoi fxiver^ avrov ioXkies, clTrare 8' efcro) 
ifuo^crti; Kara dc^/uuzr' ayoKkvra baiTCL Tiiv^aOai^ 
^pas T€ $vka r' &fi<f>\ koL &y\abv ol(r4fi€V vboDp,^ 
*£t9 €(t>a6\ ol d' &pa 'ndvT€S iitoCinnjov. ^\6€ piv &p 

fiovs 430 

« 'K^biov, fjKOov bi 60YJS iraph vqos iCoTjs 
Trjktfiiy^ov Irapoi pLeyaXrJTOpoSf fj\0€ bi \aXK€vs 
W h \€p(rlv l\<i>if \akKrjiay ircCpara riyjrqsy 
^fwvi T€ a<l>vp(iv t' €VTrolriT6v T€ TrvpAyprjv^ 
otffiv T€ xpva-bv elpyiC^o' ijXOe 8' ^AOrjinj 435 

ipwj^ aimScaaa* y4p(ov 8' lTnrq\iTa NioToap 
Xpfoabv Ibcax' 6 d' liretra Poos Kipaaiv 'j[€pC)(ev€V 
^Krjaas, fo' iyoAfta Oeh Kexipoiro Ibovaa, 
^v 8' ayhrjv Kcpduov Srparfos Koi bios 'Ex^^/oa^z^. 
Xipvifia b4 <T<f>^ "ApriTOS kv ivOepLoevri Xi/BrjTL 440 

W«; ^K ^aA.((fU)io (jyipoiv, kripri 8' l^^'' ovXas 
fv K(wi(^' iriXeKW bk pLevcirrdXepLOs &pa(njp,ribT\s 
o^vu f)^(av iv X€ip\ TTapCtrraTO, fiovv iiTLKoylroiv, 
nepo-cvs 8' ofivCov €i\€' yipcov 8' linrrjKATa "NioToap 
X^pvipi r' ovko\vTas re KaTrjpxero, TroAAa 8' ^AOrjvrf 445 
^€t' imapxofJLcvos, K€<f oXtJ? TpC\as kv iropl fiaXKoiv, 
Avrap ^iref p' ev^avro koX ovXoxvras irpopiXovro, 
ttw-wca N^OTO/509 vto9, v-nipOvp.os GpaavpLrfbTjSy 
^Wcj; Sy^i <rr(is' ir^XeKVs 8' Ati^koxj^c T^povra^ 
^ff^/in/p, Avaev di /3ods [ih^os* al 8' iXoXv^av ^^^ 



Qvyaripei re woC re jcal aiSoftj ■napSjiotns 
N^OTopoj, EvpvhUr], -apla^a KXvfiivoto Bvyajp^v. 
01 ficr e^reiJ-" aViXovTf^ airo x^""^^ fipvoheCT]^. 
iiT](ov &Tap ff^d^fv Tlda-CtrTpaTos, Sp^ap^os AvSjKii 
■n}s S' l-!TtL Ik jj-iKau atixa pvr], Afire B' daria Svfibsi 
at\jf' apa p.iv Bi^efdc, cl^ap S' tK ;^v|pta TiV^O" 
TTttiTa Kora noipav, KarA Tf Ki'icrD iK6Xv\}eaji 
6('Tm/xo iroHjirayres, eir* avTmv 6' wfJ.o6iTT)iraP. 
Koii h' ivl a)(l(ris 6 y4pti>V, ii:l 6' aitfoTra o'vol' 
Xer/3e* A't'oi bk tto/j' avrov ex'"' iif/^f^jSoXa }(fptT(p, 
airrap fud Kara ^^p' iicat) noX cnik6.y)(y' eit&aavTO,. 
p.CrrTv\X6v t' &pa rilAXo (cat d/it/)' o/SeAoiTip iTretpoJ*, 
iJTiriuf 8' d-KpoTTopovi opeXovs iv xepirlv exojTes. 

Toijtpa 5e TTjAe'/xaxoi' AoCirey koAt) TIoAvKtioTT), 
NtWopos oirAoriirj] flj/ydnjp NijAijidSao. 
ovrap iTjel Kowiii n Koi e\piiiiv Afir' (Aafu, 
ap.^\ hi fj.iv <papos KoXov /3t!Afi' ij5J x'^"'''*i 
tK p &,iTap.tvBov (3i/ Se'juis oSavaTOitrw ojjotoy" 
Trap S' fi ye Nforop' iii' Kar' op' iCfra, ToipJi'i At 

01 8' fTifl wTm]irae tpi' i-nipTfpa koX tpirrai^O, 
balwi>6' f^ncvof iitl 8' iiiipts iadXoX opovro 
otvov olvoyiO^vTfs fv\ xp^<'^oi,s beTidtTcnv. 
auTh.p inel noVios koI i&rjTvos i$ epoc Ivto, , 
Toiai bi fiidinv ^pxc Pepiji'ioj Iirwora NVoTOjp' 

Telemoahus and FeUiBtratua set out for SpartA. 
' riaiSes (p.ol, Sye, TijAe/xaxi? KaAAfr^ix"* hirovf 
^tv^aO' t0' fipfiar' fiyowes, tiJa wp^ffirfjcriu uEoto.' 

*i2s ^(/jafl', 01 8' Spa tov p.6Xa jiiv kKvov 176' iii!6i 
Kap-aaklmos 8' ^fev£ap ij<fi' &pp.aaiv UKe'as inmoi/s. 
^ji 8J yui^ rafifjj ctTtov koI oti'oii (6T]Kfv 



3. 0ATS2EIAS T. 47 

h y ipa Trj\4fia)(09 irepiKoXkia prjaero bl<f>pop' 

vap y ipa NcoTop£57j9 Il€i<rlarpaTos, Spxafws ia;bp(av^ 

h hl(l>pov r' &v4fiaiV€ koL fjvCa Xdfero X€palf 

\tixm^€V V Ikixiv^ tw 6' ovk Hkovtc TTeriaOrjv 

& vdlov, kiirirriv Si IIvXoi; alirh moXUBpov. 485 

ol ^ 'ttayriiiipioi acLov C^bv &iJL(f)ls ^xovres. 

M(rer6 t' rjikips <rKi,6(avT6 re iraoraL iyvial* 
h ^pas V Xkovto AlokXtjos ttotI bQjjLa, 
vUos ^OpaiXSxpio^ rhv 'AA^etis t4k€ nalba. 
(vOa bk vvKT^ &€craVy 6 bi rots Trhp ^cCvLa Otjkcv. 490 

*H/yu)5 6' rjpLyiv€ia <^6.vr\ pobobi.KTVko^ 'Hws, 
tinrow t' IfetJywvr' dvci ^' SppLora 'noiKOC l^aivav' 
[h y iXaq-av TTpoOiipoio Koi aWovarjs ipt.bo'6Trov'^ 
fwtoTt^ci; 6' ^A.ciai', tw 6' ovk HKOvre TreriadTiv. 
*iov 5' is 'jr€bCov 'nvprj(f>6poVy IvSa 6' liteira 495 

^wp 65<{i;' Totoi; yap V7TiK(f)€pov &Ki€S tintoi. 
WacTo t' ^^Ato$ (TKtdcoi'rJ re ^raorat iyvial. 



38 3. 0ATS2EIAS T. 

fTreKXmiTav 6eol o\j3i 
•naTpi t" ffi^ Kftl ffioC' vvv hi -jiprj TerXtSfiei' e^imit, 

Tbv 5' ^litC^tr' i-neira rfp^vios iTiirdra Nitrrw 
'Si <ti^i, iTiflhi) ravrd fj,' &.vifwr]<Ta^ nai eetirei, 
^atri ij,vi<rnjpas tn;s i^r/Tipos ftvfxa -noXXovs 
iv ney&pois, A^KTjrt triOai, KOKh fijj^^arciaff^at, 

iydalpovtr' aua hrj\iov, eniirnSiifvoi. deov ifuf)^. 

^ ye iiovvoi ewii, ij koI avixiiavres 'Ax<uo{; 
ft yap 0-' &s IdiXoi cj>i\4eiv yXavicSTrts 'ASijinj 
01? tot' 'OBuo-irqos wepiK^Bero KTiSoAff^oio 
6iJ/i^ li/i Tpiiui', o0t Tiaa-jtopey 3Aye' 'A^cuo^ ~ 
ov yap TTM thav Zbe 6eovs Avatpiw^a ^iXeCiror 
us Kefc^ Aya^tH'Ba TrapfiTaro riaAA&s 'AOrjin] — 
ei it' oBrtus efle'Aot tjiiXidv K^Soird re dvp.^, 
rfl K^y Tis Kilvaiv ye sal eKXeXiifloiro yctjioio.' 
^^ Toi" S' au TTj\4paxos TreirwJ/xei'os ovtIov TjSSa" 



i^- 



Xftlf yap f«'yo tiires' fiyi fi' ^ei. ovk fiu ifioC ye 
fXTro(.t^i'<() rS yhioiT, ovh' fl Qtoi &s tdiKoiev.' 

Tow S' aEre irpoiriefnf Ota yXavKaTtis 'Aflijinj' 
' TijA^fioxt] TToTdu (re eTroj (/jiiyei' ep/cos dSdiTtoi'. 
ptta 0(6s y fSiKiov koI Ti}k60ev Snibpa rradtrai. 
^ovKoifiriv 8' Sv ly<i ye koI SAyta iroXAa f«)v^'''as 
oiKoSe' T lAfl^fievat xal I'dart/ioj' *^;iop IdetrGai, 
fl ^Afl&jc airoXeVflat i<ji4(mas, is 'AyafUfu-'Oiv 
aK(6* uir' AiyfirOoio 8oX(ii «ai ^s (lAiixoio, 
dXX' i5 Tot PdyaTOf jaJk d/io^iou ouS^ fleof ir*p 
Ko! ^iXq) AuBpl Si^voi^at iXakKiixtp, OTtitore KOf 8^ 
/toy)' oXorj KoOih^in TavrjXeyios 6av<i.T0to,* 



' 3. 0AT25EIA2 T, 3 

Neater describes the mnrdei of Agamemnon. 
Ttjv 3' a5 Tij^ifiaxos ■nfnwfih'os Avrlov ijuSa" 
' MAtop, jir|K^ri ravra AeyMfi«fla xi^Sofxeyoi Trep" 2 

'(iim 3' ovKfTi v6aros irrirvfios, oAAtl oi ^Sij 
$piiTffQiT' &0dvaroi. OdvaTov Koi K^pa fiikaivav. 
nv 5' iSiXni «tos oAAo /ieroAXi^trai xal ipiaSat 
NVoTop', «ireE ■TTfpfoiSe SCkos 7j5^ <j>p6vtv aXkiau' 
Tpif yap 3^ /ifij ^aaiv &va^aiTdai ytve' avSpSie, z 

iu« re iMi ddiicaroE JvSiiAAerai fco-opdairdat. 
m NefTTop N»j\f;t(iBi|, iru 6' dXij^Ji ivicrnts' 
M! Itfor' 'ArpfCtris eiipvitpfimv 'hyap.iii.VoiV ; 
¥ou Mev^Aoos ^vjp; rfoa 8' aiur^ fi^irar' SkeQpov 1 
Aiyto^of 8o\rfnT;r ts. CTiei KTiSre ttoXAoji 3peiu) ; -i' ■' A,' j 
ij oiic 'Apyeos ijfv 'A\aUKOv, dXXa irrj aAAi; ' 

T:ki(er' eTr' avflpMirous, o 5e 8ap<rq<ras Kdri'netpVf ;' 
^_' Tw S' ^ju«f^(r' <7r«iTO Ffp^i'io? EiriroTa N^oroip" 
^B^yitp jyu roi, t4kvov, &krjQ4a nijrr' &yopeiiTOi. 
^^■Toi fihi ribe Kavrhs Sleat, cur k(v fri)(dT], 2 

^^I fcotSiT' Aryttrfloii hii p.eyipoi,rrtV ererfifv 
ArptiSijs TpofijAei/ luiv, ^avdbs MevlKaos' 
Ti xi ol ov&i Sai'ovTi X'''^'' '^^ yalav ^x™<"'> 
oAA' upa Till' ye kuvm rt Kal olmvol Karebaxj/av 
'ti/ifvov hi ireSfui cKas 'Apyeos, ovSe Ke tIs pnv 2 

'XaJNTfu 'Axi't'iBwi'' fidXa yap ftt'ya ^iijiraro fpyov, 
llitis fih' ySp Keifli iroA^as reA^jire? deflAoi/r 
iJltfS'' 6 S' eC/cijAos /^^XV 'Apyfos ETTiro^o'roio 
irdXX' ' Ayaneiivavti)!' aXa)(ov SiKyeiTK eTrieir<riV. 
^ i' ^ Toi ro ■nplv p,€v avalvero Ipyov atiKfs, i 

^ iCXiiro(jurT)crrpij" <()pe(r! yap K^xP'f' tlytSjif'. 
»ip fi' op' ^iju ttoi dotdSs di'^p, (p TT(!XX' i-nirtWee 

Irpf[tt)s TpolrjvSf Ktuv {tpvuBai aKOiTLU. 



3. OATSSEIAS V. 

hi) rdre rhv jifv aoihon &ymv es vijaoi' ifn\iL7\v 
ndAAiTTH' olmvoiiyiii IXoip koI icipixa yeviuBat, 
tIjv 5' iSekioo idlXovirav ainiyayfv 5i'Se ho^vtf. 
■noKKoi 6^ f*1pf* ^tie ^ewr UpoTs (ttI jSiofiOig, 
TToAXa 8' aydA/iar' Arq''^n', v(j>AerixaTA re xpvaoii t 
ixTtkitras C'fya tpyov, 9 ov iJOTt tk-nera dvjXM, 
fjiifis tJ.iv yap SfiO TiXiay.^v Tpoir\6(v Wit(s, 
'ATpflbrjs Koi ^yi, 0t\a tiSoVt? AW^Koimv' 
aXX' Srf SmJi'ioi' Ipiv atpiKOp^S', SKpov 'A0T)Vf<i>ii, 
fvBa Kv^epvi\Trjv ^\evtX&ov ^oi^os 'AirJAAojw 
oTs iiy avals fi(Ki(aaiv iitoixop-fvos Kareirfippf, 
iTTjStiAioi' fiera x^P"^ Beoitrqs injos ixP^'^'h 
^p6vTtv 'OmjTopihrjv, is fKaCinrro (j>vK' hiQpmTtiov 
vt]a Kv^fpvijcraif oiroVe a'aepxpUv &fk\at. 
&s 6 liiv ivda Karl(r}(eT', (irtiydfieuos' lap otoio, 
Sipp' ^Topoir ddiiTOi Kol i-nl uripia Kreplaa^e. 
oAA' ore 6^ koX Kfivos, liiv iirl otfoira voirTov 
tv trrjvirl y\a<l>vp^iTi,, MoKeidtDir opoi alsii 
t^t 6(MU, TtfTc fi^ cmytp^v oBoc fiipiona Zeis 
IffipAtraTo, Xiyiaiv 8' Awt'^xtoy tir' avrp^iva Xfvf 
KVjMxri Tf Tpo<t>6ei>Ta TifkeSpta, cca aptacrte. 
fvda biaTfiri^as raj p.iv Kpijrr) iTtlkaTtrev, 
rix} Kyfitoi'fs Ivaiov 'lapb6^ov u/i0i pieSpa. 
loTi hi 7is Xnrcr^ oJxeM re (Is S\a verprj 
iffxanfi Tapriwos, lu ^tpoeiB^i Wit^, 
liiflo Ndroj lUya Kifta itOTi rrKaiov plov StQtt, 
is ^aiCTTov, niKpbs S« kCOos lUya Kvp.' &TTo4pyfL. 
al lAv ap' ivQ' ^XQov, anovSfj 8' 'ikv^av oktSpoa 
SirhpfS, &Tap I'^tls ye ttotI (nriXdSctrini' eofaw 
Kii^ar'' drop tos ir^iTe r^as Kvcaio-apifpflovs 
Aiyvvr^ iviXaafff ipipoiv SLVfp,6s re koi BStap, 



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i 

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'I^ro ^v tn]val Kor akXoSpuovs ai'OptoTiovs 

rd^pa bi TaSr' AtyttrOos ^fiijiraro oXkoBi kvypa.' 

iTTave^ f 'ivwrrre ■noKvyjivTOia MvKiJrTfff 

KTtiva^ 'Arpfibriv, 8('8/iT)ro hi \aas vir' avr^. 31 

Tf be oi iybo&Tif Kaxiv ^KvOe 8tos 'Opifmis 

nj' car' 'A6rjvio)v, Kara 5' Ijcrove irarpo^oi^o, 

Ar)riiTffoi' SoAo/irjTH', o ot Ttar^pa (cXwiii Ixra. 

1 Toi Tba KTflva^ Safru ri^ov 'ApyeCoirn 

Mfrpos re (rni'ye/njs' Kai oi^oXkiSos' AEyfufloio" 3 

airijuap bt ol iJXfle /So^ii dyaflis MeyAaor, 

loXAa Krqfiar' liyiav, oaa ol v4fs &xSos i-Upav. 

Hs bids Telemaolms to Tialt Uecel&uB. 
»iji ffv, (j bft ot, fi^ Sijfla hap.iav Alto rrjK' AXtiAvjiro, J*^ 
"tifiard TC TrpoA.iiiii' &vbpai t" ^ij (Toicti So/ioto-ti' 
Mffui wrfp^ifiAoiiff, fi^ roi Kara vAvTa ^aywo-i 31 

"ni/Hwa Saaadiiotoi, ai hi n^vaCrjir 65bv ikOjis. 
iU' is fiiv Mfv4^aov iyiii KE'Xofiai Kal Avmya 
^f'Sfur Kfivos yap viov &Xkodiv (l\'i\kovQ(V, 
I*. tSiv hvdpiiiKiiv 36fv ovK sATroird ye ffvjj,^ 
•^flt(W, Of Tiifo TTpaJTOJ' diTO ii0^X.(u(rHJ SeAAai 3: 

f '"ikayos fJ^Oi roiov, SBar ri irrp oiS' oJojyoi 
"tTo'tres' ol\v(vaw, iird iiiya re fieiydv Te. 
''^ Ml wf iriji irqi re it^ koE ctois kripoimv 
" 6 efltXeis ■jre^r, irapa toi tlrjipos t( koX fenoi, 
'"ip 8^ Toi vr«s l/xo!, or Tot TTo/jiriJes eiroirai 5; 

i! Aa(cfBa(f«>ua Sioi', o0( $aii6os Mft!4X.aas, 
''Wefffloi 6^ f«y airros, tva Ftififpris tvlairj}. 
^fiios 8' OVK iplef jxika yhp iteiri'vfiii'os eoriV.' 
'lis l^flT*. Tj^Xioff h' V ?Su Kfli eTTl Kv(>t>as t)\0f. 



4a 3. OATZSEIAJ T. 

Alhena proposea that they ahoold now take th»ir leavi 
' 'il yfpav, j[ Toi ravta Kara fxoipav <coT«Aefas" 
AXk' Xye To/^yere /i^ii yXiSircras, KfpdaaOe Si olpop^^ 
oippa Uocrtihdciivi Kol ttAAotif dSauttroKri 
cnreftrttiTtS' leofroio /J,e§(ine9a* 70io yap lupjj, 
jjBri ySp 0(tos ot)(i$' iso (6<j>ov, ovbi loiKt 
Srjfla Ofav iv bairl OaanTaiy.tv, bXka vitirSai.' 

'H pa Aioi fluyctnjp, toi t' fKXvov avSi/o-iiiTTjs. 
Toiiri hi K^pvKfs liiv vhii>p ctt! xnpas ex^'*^) 
KoCpot E^ Kpijr^pas ^■neoTt>/'awo woroto, 
vmfir]iTav S' fipa TrSirt:' eirapfd/iH'oi Sewiifiriri' 
yXtiff<ros S' cp TTvpi ^liXXou, hmarAfifvoi t' iii4\ti, 
avrap effei (nsfiadv T* l-wi.6v 8' ouov 'jSfkt Bviibs, 
Sij t6-/ 'AdijvaiTi KOL Tijkifiaxpi ^(oeiS^s 
S,ji<fiiit UiT0r]v Ko(\t]v i-nl vija vhadat. 
N^oTiup 6' av KUT^pVKf KofloTirofteMJs inUtriri' 



i 



IfBstar would fUn keep them: 

' Zeus TO ■/ iXe^aeif koI Aflticarot fleol ^EAAot, 
oi! wfrttrs Trap' fjitio dorjv iiil vrja kIoit£ 
iSs t4 reu ^ iropo. irti/^Tra:' avnixovos '^i irevixpov, 
u oS Ti xXaiiiai kq'i prf/ta tio'AA' ^jj! o'k^, 
011/ avTi^ j«i\aicSj ovre fefooitriy eyeuSeiy. 
avrap efiol irdpa /i^j' )^Aarjjai kclL pTJyfa koKA,. 
ov Btjv 6J) roCS' A^ffipos 'OSuiriTijos' <^i'Aos vlhs 
injis tTT* Ik/mo'^ij' KaraX^ferat, oi^p' Si^ eyto ye 
(|ii(o, (itfiTa hi iraiSe? «yi (jeydpoiirt kbrinvrat, 

Ttkii 8' aBre TtpouUi/nt 6fh yAouKWTTis 'Afl^inj* 
' (B 8^ TaSri ■/ ti^riada, yepov ipiXv irol bi «ow[< 
Tnkifiaxoi) TTtCOfaOai, iitd TroXb k^Xiov owisr, 
dAA' ovras /xh> vvu iroi &\j.' ?\|feTai, 5<(ipa kcv tWjfl, 



8. 0AT22EIA2 F. 43 

(rolaw €vl fiey6poi,<nv* lyw 8* iril vrja [UKaivav . .aJ^^, 

fV, l3fa Oapmivm 0' hdpws ^(a j£, imsxa. ^^ ^ *^lC\ri^\ 

0109 yap /xera to tat yepaCrcpos eixpfJ^i ctvac *. ^^ :<^^^.^ 

TraiT€9 ofirjXiKCrj fjieyoBvpiov TryXcjuuixoto. 

Ii'^a K€ ke^aCfxrjv koCKji iraph vrjl pL€\alvfi 365 

m^* ^-op ijc^dcv /xcra Kat^Kcoz^a; jxeyaOvfiovs 

(tfi\ hOa XP^ tos ftoi (J</>^AAerat, ot; n v4ov ye, 

ov5' JA.^yoz'' <ri hi tovtov, iitel rebv tKcro Sw/xa, 

Ttijiylfov (Tvv 5^</>pa> re koI vUc bos hi ol tinTOvSi 

oItoi i\a<f>p6TaT0L O^Uiv kcX Kipros Sptorot.' 370 

Afhena vanishes; ITestor vows her an offering. 

125 Spa (fxainfja-aar^ iitiprj yXavK&ins ^ABrjini i 

^dhoiihr\' OAfjLpos 8' Ike Trdvras IbSvraSy ^ ^"^ ^''' ' ' 
Q(xuiJia((EV 8' 6 yepaibsj ^ttcos tbev 6(l)0aXfjLoicri' 
TTjXe/xa^ov 8' IXe X^^P^i ^^^^ ^' c<^ar' Ik r' SvSfJiaCeV 

^ Q, <l>C\os, ov <r€ iokita kukov kolL HvoXkiv l<r€(T0at, 
ci bij Toi v4<^ &b€ Oeol Troinnjes iisovrai. 376 

ov \ikv yip Tis Sb* 6XX0S 'OAtJ/XTTta bdpLar* l)(6vT(0Vy 
<*^a Albs OvyiTTjp^ Kvblarri rpiroyiveia, 
1 Tot K(u irar^p' iaOkbv iv ^ApycCoia-iv hCfia, 
<*Ua, ivacrcr^y tkrjOi, bCb(o6i bi ftoi kX^os ^o-^Xoi^, 380 
^tt/rfi Kot iraCbccrcri kol alboCrj irapaKoln* 
m y 08 ^yi) p^^o) povv T]VLV eifpvpLhcoTTOV^ 
^^l^rjrrjv, fjv ov tto) iirb ^vybv ffyayev &vrjp* 
^v Toi iyii p^£a> ^^^prvtrbv Kipatriv nepiyfvas*^ 

12s i<f>aT^ €ifx6fi€V0Si Tov 5' inkvc TlaXKas ^AOrjvrj. 
"^ouTiv 8' 7fy€ii6v€V€ Tcprjvtos linroTa Necrrcop, 386 

vtoo-t Kol yafippOLCTLv, ka Trpbs bc&pLara KoXd, 
^V &r€ dc^/xad' ?fcoz;To dya/cAvrct Toio dvaKTO^, 
^If^yf ffiiTo Karci KXiajjLoijs re dpovov^ xe^ 



44 3. 0AT2SEIAS r. 

rots fi' o yipav (\6ov(nv ava KpTjrijpa Kipa(T(Tfv jgo 

&i^ev rafiCt] koI &Tro Kp-iittiivov ^Xuo-t' 

Tov 6 yipiov KpijTTJpa KfpiiraaTa, voWh 6' 'A6^dt| 

fi)(fT iLTTomrivSuiv, Kox'pr) Atoj alyi6)(0LO. 

Avrap fnd <ni(itn!iv r' f7n6v $' oaov ijOeXe dvjxus, 37; 

ro;/ 8' avroC Kofpijtre rep^uios iffudra Ntjro!/), 

Tpr)TOis iv kfX^((TiTiv, inc' aWovirri tpibovTH^, 

Tihp 8' tip' ivixjtfkCriv TlftirlaTpaTov, opxafiov avhp&i; 400 

5s ol Ir' i^Weos natSmc ^y iv fifyipOKTilr. 

avTos 8' aJre KaOevbe MVX«i StJ/xou ui^ijXoib, 

T^ 6' &\o\os hirritoiva Kiyoi •n6pavi!€ Kol fiivfiv. 

Next morning the oEtering ts mode. 
'Hfxo? S' iipiyiveia tjtiiiT) pohoh^KTvXos 'His, 
Stpmr' Up e^ fiivfitfn, Tffr^vios iTnriJro NeVrojp, 405 

iK 8' ^Xflif Kar' &p' I(>t' eiri feorom kWoiirur, 
61 ol (aav ■npo-ni.poiBe Bvpatav i-^kdiav 
keVKoi, &TTO(rTlk^oiirfs dAef^aroy oh (vt, piv TTpio 
Nt)A.eiFS t(c(TKa', 6(6<pi.v jxijUTutp ariiXairro^' 
dXX' 6 ^i" i;Bq Kij/ii 6a/ieis 'A'iboobf ^f^^utt, 410 

N^oTtojj au tot' i<l>iCf Tfp^vios, ovpos 'AxaiMi", 
(TKrjirrpov «X'*"'- ''^P^ ^ "^^5' ^kkiti ^ytptQovTo 
iK Bak&p.uiv fK$6vres, 'E.\i<ppo>v t( STparws r« 
riffjiTfl/s 7' ApijrtSs re Kal iirrldeos 0pa(ri/(ij}§i;s, 
rourt 8' ^eifl' f^KTOs ntttrtarparos j/AvSey jJ/jojs, 415 

w&p 8' &pa T-i)k4iJ,axov BioelKtXov tlaav Syairrts. 
TOiai bi nvdii^v ijpxe rfpijvios Injfora N^orfiip* 



3. 0ATS2EIA2 T. 45 

rj fioi ivapyris ^6€ 6€0v is baira OaX/eiav. 420 

dAA' &/ 6 fuv vebCovb^ M fiovv fro), o(l>pa Ti\L<TTa 
€K$ri<nv, i^(rri hi Po&v imPovK6\os ivrjp' 
fU 5' M Trik€iAi\ov iA€ya6TjfjL0v vria fxiXaivav 
'nivrai la^v iripovs iyiroa^ XnriTO) bk bv^ olovs' 
fh b* at yjnjcroypov AaipK^a bevpo K€\4(T0(a 425 

iK6€iv, o<f>pa fiobs yjwcrhv Kipacnv TTcpLxevji. 
ol 6' iXXoi yAver^ airov doAX^es, elTrare V ctoro) 
bybomrifnv Kara bipjor^ ayaKkvrh, baiTa TrivfaOaiy 
ebpas T€ $v\a r' ipLCjA koL &y\abv ol(rip,€v vbcop,^ 
*'Q,s l<l}<iB\ ol 5' &pa TsdvTes iitoCinnjov, 97A.de piv &p 
Povs 430 

€/c iredtov, fjXOov bi Oorjs fjraph irqos iCarjs 
Trj\€pLi^ov hrapoi p.€ya\rjiopoSy tJX^c bk xclKk^vs 
ottA.' iv \€p(rlv l\(u>p x^'^^^^» itcCpaTa ri^i^s^ 
oLKpLovi T€ a<l}vpiv T* €VTrolriT6v T€ TTVpAyprjVj 
otffiv T€ \pfV(Thv elpyiCero' ijXOe 5' ^ABrpn] 435 

IpSiv ipTiSaxra. y4p(ov 8' iTtTrqXiTa N^oroop 
Xpvffbv c8a)x'' & y lireira fioos nipaa-Lv neplxfocv 
acricrjaaSi &/' &ya\p.a Oca Kexipotro Ibovaa. 
^v 8' iyirqv KCpduov ^Tparlos Kal bios 'E)(^</)/)a;(r. 
Xipvifia bi <T</>' ''AprfTos iv ivOepMevri Xi/Brjri 440 

rjXvOev iK daA.((fU)io </>^/oa>r, iripri 8' i\€v ovXas 
iv Kovii^' TtiX^KVV b\ p.eveiTToXcp.os &pa(Tvp.rib7is 
o^v f\(»)V iv X€Lpl TrapCararo, fiovv iiTLKoylrcov, 
ric/oo-cvs 8' ip.vCov €i\€' yip(ji)v 8' linrriXdTa NeWco/o 
Xipvi^i, r* ovXoyyras re KarfipxerOy iroXXa 8' ^AOrjvri 445 

€V)(€t' iTtapxSpLCVOS, K€(l>aX7JS TpC\aS iv TTVpi PaXX<i>v, 

AvTop iireC p' ev^avro Kal oiXo^vTas TrpofiiXovro, 
(arrUa 'Nifrropos vlos, vircpOvpLos QpaavpLrjbrjSf 
riXaa-ev iyxi ards' ir^Xeicvs 8' dir^Kox/re T^vovras 
(dXfi^lin/F, Ava-ev di /3o6s films' at 8' ^KoXv^av v^^ 



Ovyaripfs re iivoC re xdi al?io(j] 
TiftTTopos, EipvBiKfj, Ttpiirjia KAu/jtwoio OvyaTpStn. 
01 flip ?Teir' A;fe\[fiires aTrfi x^'"'^^ evpvobilrjs . 
Itrj^of ara/j tr<]iA^fv TlftfritrTpaTos, opx^^-P^os ai'Bpui'. 
T^s S' ^ire! e/( /ie'Aau aifia pu'rj, Afite 8' otrr^a flufios, 
ahfr' apo. jxip 8l^«/ai', Si^ap 3' (k firjpia rtEfirof 
TrdtTO Kara ixoipav, kotA re kvIoj] lK6LKv\j/av 
Sfjm;x« ironjirarresj lir' avr£y 6' oijiodirqrrap. 
(tale S' ^jrl crxf^is d yipmv, i-ril 8' a'lJoTra o'l/oii 

ayrop ejr«i Ktir^ ;x^/»' ^itdij icai o-TiAityx''' «Tii(r(U'ro, 
fifiTTiiXAo'u r' fipo rSXAa Kot oj*^' i!/3e\otiTiu l;rei/>au, 
wnruju 8 &KpOTt6povs 60(\ovs fv x^palv lx.ovTfs. 

"To^pa hi T-qK^jxaxov kovacv kqXi) HoKvK&arrj, 
tiioTopos oirXoraTTf 6vy6.TT\p Ntj\ij(iiSao. 
oirV ^t( Xovaiv t( kq'i i\piijfv KCti' tXalf, 
&fj/jil 8e jxijj ^apos KaXov ^6Xiv -qSe x'™''''i 
e/c p luTa}i,iv6ov jSi) S^fias (Wai/iirDtirif ap-auts' 
■nap 3 3 ye Neorop' Jic xar' ap' ?C*''<') lo'fi^f' XtwSi'. 

Oi 8 tTTfi iiTTTfiroc upt' iii4pTfpa k<u ipiaai/ro, 
Ba^TJiiS' tfrfjUtJiof effl 8' ivtpfs ia-Skol Spovro 
olvov olvoxptviiTes evi xpua4oLS fie-rroe(7cric, 
aurap ^wei T7(i<7(os Ktii ^8jp-i!oi ef tpo;) Iito,, ^^ 

roicri hi p-iQiav ^pxe Fep^vios JirTidra N^ortup" ^^ 

Telemachus and FeisiBtrii.tuB aet out for Sparta. 

'nurses' tfioi, 6.yf, T»)Ae(iax¥ KaXXfr/itx"' tsitous 4;= 
feiJ^afl' ij^' fipjuar' nyoirts, lyo 7TP^iti)-j(itii' iBoto.' 

ill iijiaS', oE 6' Spa toC jtiiAa p,eB kKvov ?j3' iisiBovro, 
Ka/nraXfuios 8' i^tv^av v(/>' &pp.a<riv itKtas Emrous. 
^u 6^ yuni) TOfifij (TiTou icol oiuoii tOrjKev 
d^a re, ota t&ovin Siorpetjjtts PaoiKJies. 483 



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3. OATSSEIAS T. 47 

iv 5' &pa Trj\4fiaxo9 ircpiKoXkia Prjo-ero hC(f>poi;' 

nap d' ipa NcoTopfiiys UeiaCarpaTOs, Spxafios &vbp(av^ 

€9 hif^pov r' ivipaiV€ koI fjvCa ki^ero xepaiy 

jicum^cv V ikdaVy rw 6' ovk Hkovtc iteriaOrjv 

is TSfbCov^ Knrirqv d^ IIt^Xov aliA inoKUOpov. 485 

04 Vk TTavrjfiipioi (retoi; C^ov ijjLCJHs ^orrcs. 

AwerJ T* 17^109 <TKL6<i>VT6 re Trcwrat iyviaC' 
h ^pas d' ficorrp AiokA^os ttotI 5c0/xa, 

Ii^a bi vvKT* ieo-ov, 6 6^ roty Tr^p ^cCvta 6rJK€V, 490 

*HfU)s 6' rjpiyiveLa (f)ivrj pobob6.KTv\os 'Hws, 
tirirow r' ^ferfyjwr' dvci d' &pp.aTa ttoikCK^ t^aivav* 
pK 8* IXaaav itpoMpoio Koi aWovarjs ipibovirov''] 
fiitm^cv y i\dav^ tw 8' ovk Hkovtc TreriaOriv. 
l^ov 8' ^s TTcbCov twprjcliSpov, IvSa 6' iTretro 495 

^yoi; oSJv rotoi; yap V7TiK(f)€pov d>Ki€S tinioi. 
Utrero r' 1)^105 <rKi(fa)yT<J re ^raorat iyviaL 



OAY22EIA5 A. 



Telemootias imd his friead are welcomed by Menelaai 

01 3' t^ov KaiKT]v AanebaCnova KrjTiicaTav, 
i!p6s S' apa Scu^r' IXiov Mfi'cAdmi lajbakljioio. 
Tov 6' &ipQV htuvvvra y&fiov -TtoiiXoiaw ir^aoj 
v'Uqs ^5^ Bvyarpbs o^yfiofos o) ivl otK<f, 

(V Tpobj yap isd&tov inriiT\eTo koI Kar^i/ewrf 
fiuKT^fieuoi, ToliTiv 5\ 6fol yijiov i^tviketoe. 

TTfU &p' 5 y' Iu0' ITTTTOlirt KOl SpiiOtTl TVlfi-Uf IlifoSot 

Mvpiii^6uoiii TtpOTl atmi T!fpiK\i/Tbii, olaiv &va<T<TCO, 
vUi bi ^irdprrjSev 'AX^Kropor jjyero Kovpi\v, 
OS oi Tt\\vyeTos yivfra Kpartpos Mtywnivd/js 
Ik ZouKtis' EA.^1^ 8J 0eol yuvov ovKtr' i^aivov, 
CTrei Srj to irpwTOW tytu'tiro ivaiS' ^/Jareti'^i', 
'E/)//io'w)y, ^ <I3os e^t XP""^*')^ 'A^poBiTT]?, 

ytiroi^es ijSt trai Mei^eAdou jcvSoAi/ioio, 
rtp7rofi«Koi' /iera 8^ aipiii t/itA.Trn'O fietos aotSils 
<f>opp.l(iiiii' 6o(Q) E^ nj^taTjjT^/je kot' aureus 
(ioXir^y ^^((pX<"'i'''S iStVoiOC Kara jMiTaovs. 

Ti) 6' aBr ^i" icpa&vpoKTt 8o'/«ui' ovtw re Kai tisso), 
Tr/Af'fja^ds 6' ijpuis koi. Ntoropos JrjXoii^ ■uiw^ 



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4. 0AT22EIA2 A. 49 

(TT^ai^* 6 m vpofioXiiV ttero KpcCocv ^ErcaivAs^ 

iffnjpbs Oepiiroiv M€V€\dov KvbaXCfwiOj 

Pij V Ifiev iyyekioiif diet bdfiaTa iroifiivi ka&p^ 

iyxov 8' lardfj^vos ftrea irrepScvra irpocrqvba' 25 

^He^E^o) brj Tiv€ rctfde, bi.0Tp€(f>h S) Mei^Aae, 
ivbp€ 8f;a>, y€i;€^ hi Aihs jxey 6X010 Iiktov, 
aA\' elir' rj aifxaiv KaT(ik6<T0\x€V &Kias tinrovSi 
^ iXXov iriiiiroifj^v hcavifieVy Ss k€ (f>LXrj{r[iJ 

T6v bk [Urf dxSrjo'as iTpoa'4(l)rj ^avOhs McviXaos' 30 
*ov iitv vrJTrios IjcOcL^ BoviOoCdrj 'Erewrcv, 
TO iFpCv* irap filv vvv ye -Trciis 69 vr^nia piCeis. 
^ fikp hif vm fein/ta 'TroAAa (l>ay6vT€ 
iXXfov ivOpdvoiv deOp' UJ/xed', al ice iroOi Zeir; 
cftwr^o-o) irep ircaiaji 61(609. &kXh Xv' ^-Tr-Trous 35 

^^Cvm*, h 8' avrois Trporipoo iye OoivrjOrjvoLiJ 

*12s <^<id', 6 5^ fjLeyipoio bU<T<TVT0, Kiickero 6' &A.Xov? 
OTpripovs OepiTTovras &p>d (nr4(T$ai ioi avr^, 
01 8' TTrirovs pkv Xvvav xmh (vyov IbpdovraSy 
Ku rovs fikv Karihritrav i(f>^ iinreCriiTt- KATrrfci^ 40 

Trap V IfiaXov C^tct?, ivh bi Kpl XevKhv iyn^avy 
ippara 8' licXLvav iTpbs hdina Traii<f)av6oi>VTaf 
axrrdifs 8' clarjyov Oelov bSfxav ol b^ lb6vT€S 
BaiyML^ov Karb, b&fia buyrp€(f>ios ficunXijos, 
&9 re yap riekCav oiyXr] iriXcp fi^ a^Xrjvrjs 45 

^ofia kojB^ v\lf€p€<t>i9 Mevekdov KvbaXCfxoLo, 
carrap ^irci r6^mr\<Tav SpdfievoL 6<\)0aXyuol(nVy 
h p' iaofiCvOov^ pivT€S hj^i<TTas kova-avro, 
rov9 8' iirel cUv bpLoaal kovaav kolL xpicav ^Aaf<^, 
ofAc^l 8' ipa xXafras oikas fi&kov rj^xirQvaSf 50 

Ij pa 6p6vovs iCovTO irap' 'Arpeffiryi; Mer^aoi;. 
Xippifia 8' iLpLtpCifokos irpox^tf iTriyev^ (f>4pova'a 
wA^ XP^(r€(fff iir^p ipyvpioio kifirfro^^ 



jO 4. 0AT22EIAS A. ■ 

vC^atrdoL' itapa fi ^ear^v (TawirtTe TpAtie^tv, I 
aiTOV 8' aiBoiij rafiir] Jiapi6i]Kf tji^povrra, J 

(XbaTa ■TtoW iviBeTira, xapiCoiiiuij -Trapeipraiv. I 

[paiTpos Se Kpdiiv mvaKas TrapfdrjKO/ ifCpas i 

•navToliaVt iropa ti irtjii. rlOti \pv<T€ia KiireWa.J i 
Tta KOI buKi^jifvos Ttpoo-i(p>] lavOos Mevikems' I 

' 2^701) 0' &irTe(T6ov Koi. \atperov. avrap iTSfirm 
hfbtvov ■naiTijap.ivio ti/jijo-d/iefl' ol ti.v4s iarov J 
&v&pav' oi yap it(/>u)1' ye ylvos aTciXtokf TOK^Qtf, I 
AAA' ii'hp&v yivoi lark biorpfipeiaii ^a<riX-^a>v 1 
(TKriTtTO^x^tav, iTTfi m k( ^aKO^ roiovtrbe Tdnoiev' 

'ils 0aTO, KaC aipw vaTa fSoos ■aapa irtava, fljJKfl 
^irr kv \tpa\v IXeur, tA p^ ol yepa ■nipOfirav avr^. 
oi 8' iir dvflad' hoipLa irpoKelp-fva x^'pas toKKov^ 
avTop (Ttel notnos Kal eSinJos i£ ipov hna, , 

6^ riJre T?)X^/xaxos Trpoo-eijxiree ^dmopos vuiv, 
&YX.'- "X^'' KC^oX^u, tva ^^ n'O'^oiad' oL tUAoi' 

Telemoohaa admires the heantdeB of tlie palBOi 

' ^'piJi'eo, NeuTOpCfiij, ru ef^i^ Kex^'P'^M^*'' ^fpi 
X<iAko5 Tf arfpoTCJiv kqS Sti/xaTa ijx^*'''''') 
XpufToC r ijA^KTpou T« Kal apyvpov J)6' ikicjiaxrros. 
Zjipos iTov Toi^Se y 'OAufiTriou IvboSfv avhri, 
Sircra rah &irS6Ta TfoXXd" ai^as fi ^X^t elo-opo'toi/ 

To5 8' iyopf^ovTos ^v(to ^cwOos Ma/iXao^, 
kclC <r<f>tas tfuaii^tras Iweo irrtpaema ir/>0(nju8a* 



MeneUuB, in leplring, mentiona the name of Odyi 

'Tfitra ^iV, ^ roi Zj|yl ^poTwv ovk &v nj epi^c 
oflauaroi yap tov ye Sofioi Kai Kr^jiar' ( 
dvdp&v d' Jf Ktp tCs lioi ipiciJtxoj., i\i Ko 



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4. 0AT22EIA2 A, 51 

KTTifuwiv, 1} yap TToXXa vaOhv kol 'ttJAX' kitakriOAs 
f[Yay6ii7jv iv vrjvai kolL 6yboiT(^ Iret ijkOov' 
lUmpov ^oivCktjv re koL AlyvirrCovs ^TraAr/^ely, 
Aldioiris S* IkSiitjv koI ^ibovCovs Koi ^Epefifiovs 
Kci Aipirjv, Iva r ipv€S &<f>ap K€pao\ TcKiOoviru 85 

TfAs yap tCkt€1 firjka T€K€(T(f>6pov eh iv(,avT6v. 
hfda fikv oSre ira^ iiTLbevris olJrc ti iroifiriv 
"npov Koi Kp€i&Py ovbe y\vK€poh ydXaicros, 
oAX' aUl irapixpvaLV iTrqeravov y6Xa Orja-Oai. 
flos hyii -TTcpt K€iva iroKifv fiCorov avvayeCpcdv 90 

rjXdiirjVy reCois'fJLOL ab€\<t>€6v SXK09 l7r€(/>r€ 
^PUj &v(aiaTly b6K<^ ovXofiivrjs aX6)(p(,o' 
As cv TOL xaCp<av Tolcbe Kredrecrcni; ivaaa-o), 
Koi TraripoDv ribe fUWer aKovifxeVy ot nves vfilv 
flaivy iTTel fi6Xa iro^OC liraOoVy koL aTrdkeaa oXkov 95 
cS pAka vaieriovra, Kexavbora iroXXa koI iaOki, 
&v S<f>€kov TpiTdrrjv ircp ^xcov iv bdpiaiTi pLoipav 
vaUofy ol 5' &vbp€9 cSoi l/xfierat, ot t6t SKovto 
Tpohj iv cvpcCrj^ ims ^Apyeos t7nro)3oToio. 
^AX' IpLinjs irdvTjas piev dbvp6pevos koI &x€iua)v 100 

voXkdKis iv pLcydpoLai KaOrjpievos fipLeripoiav 
oAXore pjkv tc yJo) <t>piva r^pTTo/xai, SXXorc 6' aJrre 
vavopLCU' al^pbs bi Kopos KpV€poio ySoLo. 
tQv irivTODv ov T6(r(rov Sbvpopai, ixyvpievos 'iT€p, 
&s ivbsy Ss ri pjoi Uttvov iirexOaCpei koL ibcdbfiv 105 

pLVdiiopjkvi^y iitd. oi TLs *Axai(ov Toaa ipiSyrja-af 
iiTfT '08v<rcvs €pL6yria-€ kol ijpaTO, rw 6' 3p' IfxeXXei^ 
avT^ Krjb€ i<T€<rOai, c/xol 6' &xos al^v SXacrrov 
KcCvoVy &ff<as irj brfphv &iroCx€Tai,, ovbi ti thp^v, 
fwei o y 1j riOvrjKev, obvpovraC v6 ttov avrbv 110 

AaipTrj9 0^ 6 yipcov koI ^x^^pw IlTjPcKdTieia 
T^A^^^A ^'s &i^ A«^e viov ycya&T \vi ^n^l 

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52 4. 0AT22EIA2 A. 

whioh makes Telemaclius weep, 
"ils (/jtiro, rip 6' apa TcaTphs vtji ifiepov Stpirt yi 
h6.Kpv b' omh fi\f<p6ip<av xi^KaS'S ^oXe ■narpos &Koi 
)(\aivaii Ttoptpvpiriv Sar otpOaXfiouv ca)atrj(iiii> 
afi^or^pj)iTii' X'/"'^- ^'f'Ji''* 2^ /*'" Mn't'Aao?, 
p.ipfiilpi.$f ft' liretra Karti (jipiva koI Kara ft'/noi' 
!]^ fxty auTW TTaTpos Itiireie /xi'ijcrS^roi, 
^ ir/jfir' f^ipeoiTO ^jtocrra r€ Treipjfffairo, 

Helea notiaoB bow Ilka VelemaolmE Is to 0d7i 
Elos 6 Tav$^ wpfiaive xarh ijip^va nol tcar^ Ovfiii 
tK B' 'EXivii dakinoio fltiidSfoi v^op6<poio 
rjkvffev, 'Apriiiibt xpuT'jX^iKiiriji fE/tvia, 
T^ 8' &p Sifi 'Aip-qimi KX.i(7Cr]v evrwcroi' iOijKfP, 
'AXKiWij bk TttTTijra (jiipev ftakaKov iploio, 
<[>uAqi S apyvpeou Ta\apov (jifpe, Ton ol ibanfv 
'AKudvbp^s rioXi^oio tifiap, &s fvaC ivl 0^^s 
Alywrriris, oflt -akuora fto'fiots Iw KT7jfiOTo K^rai 
3s MeyeXctM Sfiice 6jJ' ipyvpias offOfiCvOovs, 
Soioii SJ rpfwoSas, 8«'»(a bi jyw"'''''' roAoiaa. 
Xo>p!s 8' avd' 'EX^inj oAoxo? wopt koAAi/ao 8»pa" 
yijnKrirjv t TiKoKartjU T&\apav &' i-noKviOiao oitavt 
apyvpeov, XP^'""'? S' fst \flkfa KiKpdajrro. 
Tov pi ol &n<l>tT!okos <l>u\(!) sapid^Kf ^ipovira 
ir^fiaTos &iTKrjTo'io fiffivtrjihiov' airap iir' aurip 
ijXoKtlri) TfTawmo lobvf^is f'pas Ix"""''*' 
(Cera 6' eu KXianif, inro bi dpijvvs ttoo-Iu ^jor. 
avrUa S' ^ y iitifiriTt -noinv Ipietvfv ^Kmna' 

' 'Ib/ifu Si), MceAae Biorpei^es, o? riytr olSe 
duSpoif cux<ra'iiiiTat iKOfe/x^i' fifi^Tepov b& ; 
f^evtro/tai, ^ Itvuop ipiu ; KiXfrai hi fif Bvftoi. 
o& yap iffj Tivi, >pr}iu JoiKiSxa ibs 'Ainfioi 



4. 0AT2SEIA2 A. 53 

(Ar* ivip dlr€ ywauca, (ri^as jx Ix^^ elfTopSaxraVj 

m i^ *Ollva'<njos iieyaXi/JTopos vti lotice, 

Ti}X6jyu(x^9 Tov IXct-Tre viov yeyaOr ivl oIko) . 

K(ms ivripy &r ijJLcio Kuvdinbos €lv€K 'Axaioi 145 

^AM' vvb TpobjVj voXcjxov Opa(Tvv &pyxdvovT€$? 

l^v S iTrafi€ip6fX€VOs vpo<Ti<l>ri ^avObs M^vikaos' 
^onkfo vvv jcol iyi» voio), y6vcu, m (tv iC<rK€is' 
Kfipov yap rotoffie iroSes roiaCbc re x^*!p^5 
^oXfiCdi; T€ PoXal ic€<^aXt{ r ^(ff&tt^pOi re x<»""ai. 150 
Kol m; 1} roi lya> /utc/mn^/x^o; dfi</>' '05i;(r$t 
fi'Vdidp.rjv^ S(ra K€W0S dt^vo-a? kpj6yr\a€V 
ifj^ ipjolf axrriip 6 viKphv (m 6<l>pv<n h&Kpvov eT/36, 
)(kmau iTop<pvpirjv Svt d(l)OaXfjLouv &vacrx<iv.* 

PeisistratiiB informs them who he and his fHend are. 

Tbv 8* dS 'NcoTopCdTjs TlcKrCaTpaTos ivrCov rjiba' 155 
' ArpeCbrj Mev^Xoe diorp€(/>^s, Spxap,€ \aQv, 
wiwn; fUv TOi 06' vlhs irrJTVfJLOv, is iyopeucis' 
iXXa <Ta6<l>poiiV ^ort, vcfiea-a-aTai 6' ^vl ^/x^ 
5y ikOoiv rh vpOrov ^irca-poKCas iva(l)aCv€LV 
hra a^Oev^ rod vm Otov &s T€pTr6p.€0^ avby, 160 

(orhp ifik itpoir)Ke Tcprjvios linrdTa N^orcop 
T^ ifia iroixirhv iirfcrBar ^4\bero y&p o-e lhi<rOaiy 
S^pa ol ij Ti ftros inroOrja-eaL r^i n ipyov. 
70AA& yhp 6Xy€^ lx!^i irarphs ttols olxpiiivoio 
h fieyipoiSy ^ fifi fiXXot &o<r(rqT7Jp€9 eaxnr, 165 

m vvv TT/Xe/uuix^ & M^ otxerat, ovd^ ol SXKoi 
eltr' of icer icarcl bfjfwv iXaXxoLa/ KaKOTrjraJ 

Old memories make them all weep. 
Thv 8' iTrafX€ifi6fjL€vos 'JTpoa'i(j>7} ^av6h^ Nl€v4'K.aov 



54 4. 0AT22EIAS A. 

LKf6\ Sr ete€K (fifio iroAt'as f(i.6Y']cr€v &i6\ovs' 
nai fiiv I01JU iX06vTa <j>iXT]ir4iJ,€v f^oxov iXkcov 
Apytiiov, el vSiiv insiip oXa voarov ihioKf 
vr^a-X dojiiTi. yevlirQai 'OAnVirtos fipvoira Z«is. 
KaC Kf o( ' Kpyfi v6.!T<ya -nakiv koJ baipMr' Irev^a 
ef 'I6dKi]s iyayiiv avv KT^fxairi xal riKfi <^ 
KoX ■naaiv Xoomti, p-iav TrokiV i^aXaira^a?, 
ot ■nepLvaieriotiaip, avAa-aovraL 8' ffiol avrif. 
Kai K€ Bdp.' ev6&b' f6vTes ip,i(Ty6pfO'- ovM Kev 7}pAi 
oXAo bUxpiVfU (l>i\loirri re TepTronivm re, 
irplv y' 0T( Sj) Oaviroio [tiXav vi^os &fj^€K6X.v\lrfP, 
dXAa ra iJ,4v tiov piKKtv dytEircrecrSai fleoj aiirbs, 
&? Kfivov butrriji'ov hii6imp.av atov idijKiv,' 

*iis (pAro, Toiai Si ■narriv i(j>' tp.(pov Sjp<re y6oi 
Kkaif fih' 'Apyeltj 'EXe'j^, Aihs eKyeyavia, 
nXaU bk TvjAefiaxo's re koI 'ArpeiSijs M(v4\aos, 
ovS' Sipa Ne'oTopoff vlos aZaKpirat ^xeii oirat' 
fiirqiraTo yap kotu ft/fi^y aiiVjMeos 'AvTi\6)(pio, 
Ton p' 'HoSs iicrtive <Jioeii^j dyXaos vl6s. 
Tov o y' ii!tiJ.tirjtr8i\s eirea wrfpoarr ayopevtv' 

' 'ArpelSt), irepi p.iv (re ^paraiii tifT!wp,fvov eutu 
NtTTOip 0iiffx' ^ yfpoif, ot' (■nip.VJiaaCfieOa afto 
[oIcTic (vl ixfydpoidt, Ko! ^AAjiAous epeoifieu], 
Kal vSv, el tC irou lari, -iriSoid p^i' oi yap eya y 
■ TepTTop.' 6hip6p,evos p-erahopmos, akXa koI 'Hws 
liTirerai r/piycvtia' vep.faaSip.o.L ye nh> ovhiv 
K\aleiv Bs xe div^ui ^poT&v Koi TroVfioy fiti<rTsy. 
-ovTo im icai y^pas o'ov oifvpoirrt ^poroun, 
KiCpaa-daC re Koprji/ ^ak^etv r' dir^ t^Kpv vapaav, 
Kai yap ejitis rlOirrjKev ab(k(l)eos, oi n k^Ikhttos 
'ApyeU^n' fiiXKeK 6i oi) ISjuerof o^ yap eyii ye 
ypTtjfr' ovdi ttoV -ntpX S' SiKXdiv ^aiii 'ievi'^Qtu. 






4. OAT2SEIA2 A. 55 

'AwlXoxoy, vepl fihf OcUlv rayyv ffik fiaxw^^** 

Tov 5' ivafi€ip6fjL€V09 irpociipri ^avObs Mivikaos' 
*5 (f>CK\ ^ircl rSa-a cTires 8<r* &v iteirvvfiivos Av^p 
enrol icol ^feie, icol 69 vpoyeviorcpos €lrj* 205 

ro^ y^ icol TtarphSi h kcUL ireirvvpAva piC€i$. 
pua b* ipCyvonTos y6vo$ ivipos ^ re KpovCav 
Skpov fotJcXcSoT^ yaixiovrC re y^ivopiiyif re, 
is m^ 'SioTopt bQK€ buip,7r€pks rfixara irivra^ 
oiriy /Dih' XivapQs yrfpaa-Kifiev iv fieyapoKTWy 210 

vUas cS mwT0V9 re icai iy^^tnv ctvai hpiiTTovs, 
ffieif 5^ KkavOfjibv fih; iiaofiev, hs irplv MxOr], 
Ufmov d' i^avTLS furrio'dfieOa^ X^P^* ^' ^0' {IScop 
X(V(!iTa>if. iwOoi b^ Koi fj&$iv irep Ifrovrcu 
Ti}X6fuix<p i^oX €iJLo\ bi,a€(,Trifi€V iXXrjkoicnvJ 215 

*12s i(f>aT*y * Aa'<f>aXCa)v 8' Xp' IfScop cttI x^^P^^ f)(ev€V, 
hprjpis O^piitdnv MeveXciot; icvdoXf/Lioto. 
o\ V itt SveCaff iroi/xa irpoKeCfJieva X€ipas laXKov. 

Helen mixes aa opiate in the wine, 

'Ei^^ aSr' aXX' fecJiya 'EAc'y?; Atis ^xyeyauta* 
avr6c' Sp' ek otvov )3(iA.e (f>dpp,aKov^ ivOev einvov, 220 
vrjTFevOis r &)(pk6v re, icoiccai; iirOirjOov cmivroDv, 
J9 ri KaTapp6$€i€Vy iirffv KprjrrjpL ixLyiCrj, 
06 K€V iifniixipiSs ye )3(iA.ot icara biKpv TrapciQv^ 
ojy el ol KoraTcBvahi iJLrJTrjp re irariyp re, 
ovd' el ot vpoTripoLOep ddeX^edi; ^ </>^oif vl^j; 225 

XoXk^ brii6ij^€Vi 6 5' 6(f>$aXfjL0L<TLv dp&ro, 
roid Atos Ovydrrfp l\€ (pApfiaKa /iT^rtJeyra, 
^(T^Xck, r(i ot rioXt^da/Lira irSpev, €>Qvo9 irapdKoiTiSy 
AJyinrrft;, t|} irXeiora <f>ip€i C^(baipo9 ipovpa 
(JMpiiMccLf iroXX^ [ihf icrOXM jieiiiyiUva^ iroXXdi (^ 

Xvypd' a>j> 



hvOpd-Ttoiv' )j yap Hairiovos «Vt y€vi$Ki]s. 
avrap exfi p' ivir)Ke Kekevai re alvoxow^h 
t^avTis p.iJ6oiaiv apfi^opAmi ■npoiriffnai' 

''ArpeCtri Mei^tXae biorpfijtfs j)he koI otbf 
&iihpwif iadkwv iraiSei" ixap 6fOS aXXore &XXw 
Zeis ayadop re KaK6ii re Sidoi" bvvaTai yap Siram 
rj 701 rvv fiafwirfle KoSjijuepoi in p.€yi,poi.iTt 
Kol fiiBoii TipTttffOi' iomora yhp KoraXi^o). 

and telle the tale of Od^aseiiH ta diagtiiBQ. 
■ffiiura /ih' ovk Juj iyi> fiu^ijo-ofiai otS' li^iofi^iia), 
So-iTOt ^ObvfTcrijos TtxKaTtippovds el<rw tlefiAoi' 
dAA' dtov ToB' epefe icat IrAij naprtphs &viip 
bi'ifnf ey; TpiJu)ii, SOi tiairxrtf Tnipar 'AxatoC. 
aMv p.iv T!\ijyfj(nv deiKeXtrjo-i Sa^do-o-as, 
OTTeipa kcSk' a/i^' unoiffi (iaXtov, oJic^t ^otitiff, 
ii^/juv bv(rn(V(0)v Karibv ■noKtv ripvdyuioi'" 
oAAai S' aurSc ^uirt (caroKpuTrrwy I'ttTKe 
S^KTT), OS oifi^j' Toios <hiv iitl vjivitIv 'Axat&ir, 
ru IkcXos Koribv Tpdmv ito'Xli', ol §' a^oKTjo'aj' 
wdiTts' ^yi 6^ p.i,v oXri imtyvmii Toion lovra, 
KaC iJ.iv avrjptiriov 6 S^ KepflooiJiTj &\ifivev. 
oAA' Bre 8ij /iiv ^yi Adeoc Kai xpioif iKaCi^, 
ap,^l bi fXiiara icrua, Kol Sifj-orra. Kaprepbti SpKOV 
firi ftiv irpii' 'ObviTTJa ixtra, Tpdeatr &vai^i}vai, 
iip(v ye rhv is u^ds re 6ob.s nXia-Ca? t iifuKiadaHf 
Koi roVe 6^ M<" Trdtra vdoy KariXt^ev 'A)(ai&v. 
itoWoiis bi Tp<ii<j)v KTflvas Tcaiw^Kfi xoXk^ 
ijAfle per 'Apyeious, (cara bi <f>p6viv vyayf noKK^ 
fpff SXXai Tpuial Aiy' wtoKuoi'' avrop ip^v nijp 
X"-^') f"'** ?^7 /"'i K/>a&£ii TsTpaTtTo ustufliu 



4. 0AT22EIA2 A. 57 

hjr oiKovb^ &niv hi fierioTfvoVy ^v ^k^pohin] 
h&X> ^^ M Vy^y^ Kcttre (pCkqs iirh irarpCbos oirjSj 
v<Ml t ^firjp voa'(l)i(r<rajUvriv 6(i\aii6v t€ irdaiv re 
ov rev b€v6fievoVy oCir' &p <f)pivas oirre ri e75o9.' 

The story of fhe wooden horse. 

T^ 5' imoficipSfievos vpo(r4<f>ri ^avOhs MeviXaos' 265 
*v(u Hf ravri ye vivra, yuvai^ Karh, yuoipav leive;. 
rfif] pkv Ttokiwf Ih&rpf fiovkfiv re z^oov re 
ivtp^v fipiiovy TSoXKriv 6' ^ireXiyAv^a yaiav' 
oAX' ov 'irco roiovroif ^ycbi; I5oz^ d(l)0aXiJLOunv 
otov ^Obvcaijos TaXaa'l<f>povo9 ia-Ke <f>C\ov lajp, . 270 

otov KOI r<Jd' ^pe^e icai IrXr; icaprepo? Az^p 
linr«p &i f eoT^, &' hnjfxeOa it6vt€S Sptoroi 
ApyeCoav Tpdearci, ^ovov koI K^pa (^ipovre^. 
rfkdes lireira <rv xeto-e* iceXevtr^ftex^ai 8^ <r' l/ieXXe 
WfUBi^, 6s T/xSeo-o-tz; ^)3ovAero Kvdos ipi^ac 275 

«ca^ roi Ari((l>ofios OcofUeKos eoTrer' ^ovoTy. 
T/Hs 8^ irepCtrreilas Kolkov K6xpv &fjL<f>a<l)6<ocray 
ex 5' dvo/uuiicAi7$)7v Aai;aa)z; dv6iw(€S ipCcrrovs^ 
vivTOiv ^ApycUov (fxov^v t<TKOV(r^ iL\6xoi(ri,v, 
avrhp eycb koL Tvb€(brjs kou iXos ^Obva-aevs 280 

fjfiepoi iv pAcra'OKnv aK<y6(rap,€v d>9 i^orjaras, 
p&i fihf ifAffHyripoi ixeverjvaiiev opfxtjOhrrc 
rj i{€\6ifi€vai^ fj ivboOev al\/r' viraicouo-af 
iAX' 'Odvo-efes KaripvKc kcu itrxjeOev Ufihco irep. 
[hfff aXXoi fjiv wdwey ii^v la-av vUs 'A^a^wi', 285 

'AvTixXos Si ori y' olos d/ieA/ra<rdai firiccra-iv 
fjOfXev dXA' '08v(reis ^-ttI ixioraKa x^P^^ ttUC^ 
wokcfUcas Kparep^o'iy o-doxre hi irivras 'Axaiovs, 
ro^pa d' fx ^<^P<» ''■^ v6<T(l>i,v diniyaye IlaKX^'s ' MV^*^ 
TflT 3^ off Tij\4fiaxpi TrevwiUvos hniov ttiW ^^y^ 



58 4. OAT22EIAS A. 

' 'Arptffitj Mciie'AcM Eiorpf^^y, Sp)(ajj.e kaZu, 
Hkytov ov yip ot Ti rat' I'pKecre Auypov oXeflpoi', 
ov6' el ol Kpatlri ye atSr)p4ri IvtoSfv T)fP. 
oXA' tlyer' eJs eitTJi' rpuTT«0' ijnias, 3<j)pa Ka2 ^Sij 
£tI!'(|i ifiro yArftepoi rap'nt^fJ.eSa Koip.r)$ii>Tfs' 

'iis li^ar', 'Apyeuj 5' 'EX^wj 8fjU)-^a-( K^Amo-e 
8^f*ct' wr' aWoiJini 64p.evai, koI pijyea KoAii 
Trop(/)ijpe' iji^aXifiv, oTopiaai. t i<^vTTtp6e T&irrjras, 
jjAoijias r' iMiitvat 011X0? KaOvisepOeu t(raadai. 
a\ h' laav iK iieyipoto bios //era x*pi'"''' «X''^''''"> 
B^i""! S^ iTToptiray ^k 8^ ^elvovs aye KTJpv^. 
ot fx^u ^p' ^tf wpoBiff/u Sdf/ov avTidt Koip-^aca^o, 
Tri\4fiax6s 6' ■^pms ical N^oropo? iyAoos vids" 
'Arpefllijs &i Kodfvbe fiv)(^ bofiov tnj/i}X.aio, 
tshp 6' 'EX^ TdutJffeTrADf eAe'foro, 810 yuvotKoJi'. 



'H/ios 8' ^piyima <l>ipi] po5o6iiKn/Aos 'His, 
Sipwr' &p' i$ evt^^t /Bo^v dyaflos' Mei/Aoos 
ftfiara iira-iixevos, irepl 6^ f't/ios ofv fleV mjxui, 
woo-irl 8' imb XtTTopoiini' ^Sjjo-aT^ KoXi wt'SiXa, 
|8^ 8' Ijife (K OaXifioio tfefi ivaXlyKws &iiTr}v, 
TjjXe^dxoi 3i -napl^fv ?iro! t' l^ar' tK r' dvonaCe' 

' TCirn Si ere )(jifii) BeCp' vyayt, TijX^iax' ^pcoSj 
is AaiceBa4""'° 3''"'i ^w' eip^a rfira flaXito-cnjs; 
Sifpioi', ^ KBioi*; TtJSe /jot mjfteprts ^I'i'ffTres.' 

Toy 8' o5 TijX^j^nx"^ ireTririfi^ros ierCov t^o" 
' 'ArpeiSjj Mev^Xa* 8iorpei^is, ^px^M* Aatuc, 
iJXvdof, rf ni^i ;iot KXjjj]5((va itarphs ivCanois, 
tirdUrcU [lot oiKos, Sku\t bi vCova fpya, 
SviTfitvitmp t' dvSpuiD itK^tos b6)iAS, at ti y,o^ aiti. 



4. 0AT22EIAS A. 59 

IjSjK^ iAivh a'<l)iCov(n koI etkCvobas (KiKas pov9, 320 

TcruveKa vvv rh ah yaivoff* iKdvofmi, al k' tOiXija-Oa 
K€(vov Kvypov Sk^Bpov ivKm^iv^ ct ttov STToairas 
^daXfiouTi reolo'tVj rj iXXov fivOov S^Kova-as 
vXaCofiivov' TTcpl yip fuv diCvpbv t4k€ firjrqp, 325 

UriM tC y! alb6fi€Pos fieiXCtTceo firjV ikcaCpcov^ 
iXX* €8 fioi Karike^ov Sttods rjimjo-as diraiTnjs. 
Xlaaofuu^ etnori toC n Trarrip f/xos, ^tr^Aos ^Obvcaeus, 
rj dros rj4 ti ipyov xmo&rbs ^^eriXea-a-e 
brjp^ &t TpdcoVf SOl vdax^r^ inifiaT^ ^kyaiol' 330 

r&v vvv fJLOi fivfjcraif Kal fwi vrificpris hCair^s,* 

Menelan8 xirediots fhe destruction of the suitors, 

Thv hi puk/ dxPrjaas Trpo(ri<f>7j ^avObs Mevikaos' 
^ i> irovoi, 1} pAKa bfj KpaT€p6(f>povos &vbpos kv eivfj 
rjO^Xov euvrjOijvcu iviXKibe^ avrol iSvres. 
is b' imir^ iv $v\6\<a i\a<f>09 Kparepoio \4ovtos 335 

v^PpcifS KOipL-qa-aa-a vetyyevias yaXaOrjvovs 
Kvrjpcv^ i^€p€ri(n Kal SyKea Trovrjcvra 
fiwKopJvTif 6 b^ ht€iTa kr\v €l(TriKv6€V evvfjVj 

Opjf^ipOKTL bi TOia-LV &€LK4a TTOTpOV ^^^KO^, 

As 'OSuo-evs KcCvoiaiv &€LK4a itorpLOv i(lyrj(r€t. 340 

al yap, Zcv re irdr^ Kal ^ABrjvaCrj kuI '^AttoXXov, 

TOWS 4ii>v 0X69 TTOT ivKTipAvr^ IvX A^o-jSo) 

^f ipibo^ ^ikop.T\\€(bri litakaifrev iLvacrrhs^ 

foS 8' lpak€ jcparepwj, Kexjipovro b^ irivrcs 'Axaiol, 

TOM)? ii»v pLvrjtrnjpiTiv pp,iXri<r€i€v ^Obv<r<re6s' 345 

Trires ic' iicipLOpol re ycvolaro iriKpSyapLoC re. 

ravra 8' 2 /x* eipoor^? Kal Xfa"<reai, ovk hv iyd ye 

SAXa vapk^ €hroip.i, irapaKXibbVi ovb* dirarriacii' 

i>Oia rtt fjt6f /wi iciire y^fxav 4\i05 inifjL€pTT|S, 



6o 4. OATS2EIAS A, 

r£jr oibiv rot eyu K/nJ^to iitos ot5' 

And tells the stoF7 of his own i^escue by'Bidotl 
AlyvTrra fi' eri beSpo fleol jtejxowro VffrrOat 
l^crXOi', ^Wtl o5 O-0W l/iefa reXijeViras iKartfji^as. 
[ot 5' aUl fiovKovTO Ceoi /lefii^u^at ^</>er^e(ov.] 

AiyiJTTTOv trpoTripoiOe, ^dpov S4 k kikX^O'icovo'i, 
ToaiTQv &Piv6' ouiTov Tc 'zcairip.fpir\ yXa^'vp^ otjSs 
i;yf (j-ei', i5 Xcyui oSpos' ^irt-jri'eijjo'iv ^irHrSeii* 
tr 5e AtjU^y tJio/ijiios, ofltc r' dito i/^a? iiaas 
h i:62rroi/ ^aX\ov(riv, a<pvcr<T^evoi. t^\av HSoip. 
ivBa p.' ieUoiTiv ^fiar' i)(pv 6e6l, ovhe ttot ovpot 
TTUtfocres ipalvovO' aXiaies, ot pA Tf itij^V 
TTOiiinjes yiyvovrai e-n' eiip^a vSira floAtio-OTji. 
Kflt JTJ K(j' ^to irdwa KaT4(f>diTo koL p,4v^ avbpwv,. 
fl pri tCs fit Ofwv 6\o<p^paTO Kai p.' iaiicaaf, 
ITpiore'os ItpdCpov $vy6.Trjp, aXloio yipovros, 
Eil&aOltj' rfj y&p pa fidAiord ye &up.bv opiva, 
rj p.' oXcf ippovTt avvriVTeTO viir^iv kTaipinv' 
alii yap irepl v^aov &X<i>p(voi V)(dv6.a(rKov 
yirafj-irrols ayKicrrpot-inv, ireipe bi yacrripa Xi/jos, 
Tj S' ip^ ftyx.' "Totra ^or i^aro i^a)VTi<riv re" 
j^jTids eis, S feii'e, X^iji' too-oi' ij8e ^akl^piav, 
rjf l^atv pedCeis Kai Ttpiteai ^yea 'Tr^iiTxaii' ; 
&1S 6^ 8^3' eri crjo-iii ipvKtai, ovbi ri rinpjup 
fip^fxtvai Svvairai, p-ividet 3e' toi ^Top iraiptav, 
ij ei^ar', avra/J ^(i fitu d^ei^ofiepos upoiriunov 
iK fi,4v rot epEd), ^ Tis ot5 Wp i<T(ri fleatof, 
ois ^yo) ou T( fnuv KaTipiKOfiai, &XXd w p,iXXia 
&$aii6.T0VS aXiTiaOai, ot oipaviii' tipvv i)(pvaHi, 
dAAa (TV nip p.oi. di^k, fleot 6e re iii.vTa Xaaffw, 



4, 0AT22EIA2 A. 61 

5s rk fx' iBavircav vebit^ Koi Ibrja-e K€k€ii6oVy 380 

vofTTOV d*, is M tt6vtov ^keva-oimi lx$v6€VTa, 

&9 iipdfiriVj fj y ovtIk! ifieCfiero bia BeAiov 

Toiyhp tyd rot, $€iv€, jxiX^ irpeKiois iyopfva-co, 

ir(o\€iTaC Tis be^po yipcav SX109 vrjfJLeprris, 

^ivaros Flpcorcvs AlyvimoSy Ss re OaXaa-aTji 385 

700779 pivOea oI5e, JJoa-eibioivos vTrobfxds' 

TOP bi t' ifJiSv <f>a(nv irar^p' ffJLfJLcvai, rjb^ T€K4<r$ai., 

Tov y' el TO)? <rir bvvaio koyjia-iyL^vos KiKa^ifrBai^ 

09 Khf rot ehrrffTUf ^ov Tcat yih-pa KekevOov 

v6(TTov d', &s iitl vovTov ^\€V(r€ai l\6v6^vTa, 390 

kqjL bi Ki rot ciTn/ori, bLOTp€<t>h, at k' iOiXria-Oa, 

oTTi Toi iv fieydpoKTi kokov r' aya06v re ThvKTm, 

olxpfUvoio triOev bokiy^v obov ipyaXirjv re. 

As l</)ar*, avrhp iyd fiiv iupL^i^oyievos itpoa-Uvnov 

(drq vvv (l>piC^ (rit \6xov OcColo yipovros, 395 

fiTj irm fi€ irpoXbiiv rik irpobacls &k4r]Tac 

CLpyakios yip r' eorl Ocbs fiporQ avbpl bafirjvat, 

6s i(f>Afirjv, fj 5' ovtCk^ iixeCfiero bla Oedoov 

Toiyap lyii roi, ^etve, juuiA.' iTp€Ki(as iyopevircD. 

rjfu>s y -qikios yAtrov ovpavhv &/i</>ij3€)377K77, 400 

rriiijos Sp' k^ dXos eltri yipoav iXios vrifieprris 

Tvoi^ ihro Z€<l>'6poLo, fjL€\atvri (ftpiKl KaAv</>dec9, 

€K y ^X^ci>v jcoi/xarai viro (nrio-tn yka<f>vpoiaij;' 

^^t 5^ fill/ <f>&K(U v^TTobes KaXTJ9 aXo<r6bvrjs 

oBpiai eCbovariv^ '7roAt^9 aXhs i^avabva-ai, 405 

viKpbv iTTOirvcCovarai aXhs iroXvPevOios dbpjjv, 

ivBa 0-' kyiiv iyayovaa J/x' 1701 (f>aivofjLivrj<l)iv, 

dvdaoD efeftys* (tv 8' ^v Kplva<rOai kraCpovs 

'"peis, o? roi irapct rryvo-li; hja'a-iXfioiaw ipicrroi, 

iriwa 8^ roi kpio^ dXotfxiia roto yipovTOS. ^v^ 

^jfAi" /^ Tit?/ TTp&Tov ipiOfn^a-^i koI lirciaiv 



L 



62 4. OATSSEIAS A. 

avTop f'nr}V -ndiras ir^/XTrdiriffrai ^6* ttijrai, 
fiiieral kv /j^afrpiTiy vof>.(vs fir jru«ri firiXiov, 
Tov i^iv it!i]v 6q Tcp&Ta KarfvinjOivTa IBjjo-flt, 
Kol rtfr' inu$\ iiiiv utA-cru) K^pTos re ^Ct) re, 

TTnira 8« yLyvofiivos Tretpquerat, tfo-ir' en'i yolw 
epiTfT^ yiyvovTM KOi vbaip k<u dfrntihaks imp' 
viitis 8' &<rT£fiipiws e^ffifv ^tSAAdv re Tui^tiv. 
dA\' ore Ker S^ a' airos dytipijrai eir^einri, 
Tolos ewy tjldu se KanvmjBivTa ZSijir^e, 
*:a! Tore Sij ayiuQai re ^iVjs ACcraf re yipoirra, 
iipcos, ftpeaSai, 6e 0«(oj' 5s t(s tre )(aX^7rT<(, 
udoToii d\ Q)s tjrl TTiIiTo:' «A«iJ<reat lx6v6fVTa. 
6j efiroGir' iui ttqvtov khicrero Kv^aivavra. 
avrap iyiiiu fTTi iiijas, 59' iaratTav ev ^jiofidBoKrlv, 
^la' TToXAa 8e' /wt Kpabii] iro'p<J>Dpe kmJvti. 
aurop eireC /i' €irl 1^0 Kar^Aufloi/ )jB^ fltSXacrffoj', 
fio'pTToy ^' oirAiiTii^eo-S', tirf r' ijkudev ^it^poirCr] vif, 
tri Tore noifi'^Orjp.ev tir! priyp-lvl, flaAcitrinjr. 
ijfxos 8' '^piyhifta ipdi/rj pahobdKTvXos 'Htui, 
Koi TOTS btj Ttapa Bwa floAiiffOTjs evpvTropout 
rjia TToAXa fleots yovvo'ip.evos' avrap eraipovs 
rpiis Syoif, otffi pAXiura TTeiroldea ■nSiroi' lir' t&vv. 
T6<j>pa h' 3,p' 17 y* iffo8ucro floXiitrinjr evpAi kA* 
riiyaapa tftiOKilLaiv ix tiovtov b^pfiar' IvtiKf 
wdira 6' iirav veotapra' t6\ov 8' <Tr£/*^Sero Trarp^ 

6' iv ij/apiSot<Ti BiayAti^oo-' oAirjo-Hi 

jJoTO p4vovo-'' 7ip.eLS hi lidka trxeSou ^XAojxh; aur^i 

■fefcjs 8' tSpijo-e, jldkev 6' eir'i hippa MdaTu, 

fi>fla Ktif aivdroros Aoxor (TtAeto' rt^t yap olpSf 

oAiorpe^t'toy iJAoiuraros d5ft^. 



4. OATSSEIAS A. 63 

iU' aMi itriaxre Koi i<f)pSuraTO fj4y* 8v€iap* 

ilippo<rhiv vffh pwa iKiarci SiJKe <f)4povara 445 

9^ liiXa irveCovcraVi Skeorore bi icirJT€OS dbixrjv. 

vcuriw b* TJohiv iiivoixev TerXrjdn OvjjlQ' 

^Kcn b^ i^ 0X09 rjXSov ioXXics. al ixh ht^vra 

^fis Gfvi.CovTO vaph prjyixm SaXSurarjs' 

iv^ios V S yipiov ?JA^' If AXiy, rfpe b\ qxiKas 450 

forpe^as, Triaas V 5p' Iwwxcto, A^/icro 6' &pi6fi6v. 

h y ^/t^a9 TTpdrovs Xiy€ ic^reo-ir, ov8^ ti ^Vjui^ 

Capture of Proteus. 

^ftcis bi lix^^^^s hr€a'(Tvii€d\ djut^t 8^ x^^P^^ 

^iKXofiev ov6' 6 y^pcor boXlris iTr^XT^Oero r^ri^j, 455 

oXA' 7J TOL Trpdriara X4oi>v yiver^ rjvyivcLoSy 

wrap lireira bp&Kmf koI itdpbaKi^ r\b\ ixiyas avs' 

yiyuero 8' vypbv ib(op Koi bivbpeov vylnTrirqXov, 

^/x€ts 6' &fn'€iJL(f}4(as iypiiev TerXrjSTi OvfxQ, 

oAX' &r€ brj p* loflai^ 6 yipoav dXotjxiia clb^s, 460 

Kol T(fre 817 ft' iiriecroTLV ivcipoficvos irpoaienre' 

rfj irtf roi, ^Arpios vU, ^cwr <rvp.<f>p&(T(raTO fBovXas, 

^pa /ii' ?Aot9 iuiKoma Xoxriadfievos ; r& ce XP^ 5 

A? I<^ar', avrStp ^eS /aiv &[i€(.p6iJL€VOS irpexricnrov* 

olWa, yipoVf rl lie Tavra TtapaTpoTtioav &yopeu€iS', 465 

«s K) 81}^' fol w}<r(i) ip6K0iJLai, ovb4 n riKpMp 

^pififvai bivafmi, fiiviOei bi fwi IvboOcv rJTop. 

^4 (Hi Trip fJLOi e^ir^, $€ol b4 re irivra taamv^ 

^ r(9 \j! ij9av6,T(ov Trcbdt^ koI Ibrjae KcXevOov, 

''(((TToir $\ a>9 ewl ttSvtov IXevaropjai IxOvoevra^ 470 

®y l^iijiriv^ 6 8^ ft' air^ic' dftet/Sofiei^oj itpoaUnrev' 

^h fulA.' fi^eXAes At^ r' aAAoio-ir re ^eoro-ir 

P^ai Upa xdA* di/ajSaiy^fjLfP. o(f>pa rAx^iaTa 



64 *. 0AT22EIAS A. 

af/ir es irarptS' Tkoio TrXeajy ^7ri olvtma Sovtov, 
oil yip roi npiv futlpa </>[Xovs r' (S^eijJ Kal tKtVflcu 
oIko!" hiKrlfiepov koI oijii es warpfSa yoTa^', 
Trpff y' or' Sij Aiyuirroto, Stiwercos irorafiolo, 
aSrts iScup eAflijs p^fijs 9' ttpas iKarofiffas 
adavdroiiTi. dfoZiTt, Till oipofov fVf^v exoviri' 
Kol tSts Toi biarrovaw ohov 6(oi, fjv av lifvowas. 
&s f<l>aT', avrap efiol ye KareK\i(rdri (f>(kov ijrop, 
oCusnd n' oSriff Xiicoyti' tTr' iiepofiS^o ttiJitoii 
AlyuirrdrS' J^wu, SoXixV o8w a/iyaX^i; t«. 
dAAa Kol (OS fiii' Iwetrirty A/ici^d/jeiws itpoaitmov' 
Tavra fiiv o&rm tri Te\4a), y^pov, w? av KtKfvu^.. 
dXA' 3ye fioi rdSe (Jtt^ koI irpeKiios KaTak((oti, 
rj irdmes cnv irrjviTlv cnri'ip^ves ^K$ov 'A)(€Uol, 
o6s Nt'oTo)/) Kal ^yi X^irofiey TpoCi)dfp idures, 
iy rts fiAer' 6\idptf &bevKh tjs eiri i/tjos, 
ijt ip(Xii>v iv x^P'J'li'i ^TT*' TToAeftoi' roXiJirtuffoi. 
&s li^d/ijji', D 8^ fi' airrW Afififiofiivo? irpoaietufir 

Proteus revBftU the fete of the Greofc heroes. 
Arpflbr], t( fie Tavra titlpeat ; oiS^ t( rrt 'xpii 
t^lievai, ouSi ba^vai ifiov voov ovb4 ai ^Tfpit 
br/v &K\avTov irreffOai, *ire( k' e5 iriWa Tnjfli]ai, 
■noAAoJ p.iv yap rSc ye B(i/«p, iroAAol 8k AfTToifro' 

fv vouTta Aiio'Aoyro' fid^jj 6^ re Kai av ■naprjo'Sa. 
els 8' Iti, Ttov Qabs KUTepujceTai evpe'i TrdifTM, 
Aror fiev fitTO vrpiiA tdp-i] hoki)(rip4TfioiiTi. 
rvpjjeiii juv Trpwra noTeiSdcoiJ iTieXacriTf 
TTfTpTjaiv fiey^X-pai, Kal l^nrdrntTf floXdo-iTTjs" 
itaf in! Keif Ixifivye KTJpa, Koi ixS6p,(v^s -aep 'A&^wjj, 



4. GATSSEIA2 A. 65 

d^KTjri 0€&v ^vyi^iv fi4ya \airim SaXiaxrqs. 
Uoaretbiluop fteydX' ^Kkvof aibi/jcraVTor 505 

ftretra rpUuvav IXa>i; x^P^^ cmpapfjcrw 
TvpaCriv irhprp;, iir^ b* laxicev avrrjv* 
fikv avrSdi fieive, rb bi rp(6<f>oi iiJLiT€ar€ ir({w"<j), 
4Ias rb Ttp&Tov i<f>€CifJL€Vos iiiy* iAaOri* 
i(f>6p€i, Kara ttovtov iircCpova KvyuaivovTa. 510 

\ikv hfO^ dTrrfXeoXof, cTrei Trfcv aXfivphv vbcop.'] 
TTov iK((wy€ KTJpas dSeX^eos fjb^ viraXv^ev 
rl yXa(f}Vpfi(r(,' adojae bi Ttorvia "Hpr;. 
■£ brj riy^ l/btcXXe MoXeicia)!; Spos aVnh 
, rare 5?} p.iv ivapiri^acra OvcXka 515 

eir' Ix6v6€vra (f>4p€v jxeyiKa (TTCvixovrOf 
?7r' i<rxoTifiv, o$(, dei/mara rate ©v^on;? 
', irap rrfr' &at6 ©uecmddrys AXytaSos. 
•€ bfi Kol K€W€v i(f>a[vero v6<ttos inrqixnnv^ 
d€o\ ovpov arp^avy Koi diKOjb^ Xkovto^ 520 

I pJkv \aip(av c-TTCjOijo-ero irarpCbos aXrj9, 
'€t omr6\x€vos fjv TTorpCba' iroWa 8' im* airrov 
OepfJM xiovT\ hrel &(rjra<rC(09 lb€ ydiap. 
ip^ &jrb aKOTtifjs etbe (rK<yjTbs, Sv /5a KoOciO'ep 

05 boXSiirfTLs iycavy vnb b* lo-^ero fUcrSbv 525 
both TtiXcurra* <fwXcLa'a€ V & "/ eis iviavrbv, 

iBoi irapiiip, [urf^avro bi Ooipibos dXfc^;. 

)i^v iLyy€\4(ov irpbs bdpLara TroifiipL XoQv, 

8* AXyL(T$os boXCrjv ^<l>pia'<raTO rixvrjir 

■vos Karh brjfwv hCKoai (f>&Taf ipCarovs 530 

)Xpv, kripoadi V av(&y€L baira irhfca^ai, 

6 j3^ KoXioiv ^ Kyaiiipvova^ "notpJva \a&p^ 
w KoL S\€(T(l)ip^ &€tK4a fi€ppLr]piCoop, 

oifK elboT^ SKeOpop iv/jyaye, koL Kar^7r€<(»v€ 

aay, &s rk T€ Koriicrapt ]3oBir Wl 4>^(mrg. «i^^ 



^[5 i. OAT^ElSS A. ^M 

ovZ4 Tis 'ArpflbfOi kr6.pa>v XliteQ^ oX ol Ittowo, J 

ovhi rts hlyiadov, dXA' ^KTaOev iv fj.eydpoi.aiv. i 

iy iipar', avrap lfu>C yt KaTfuXiaBii iplKov ^rop, 1 

K\aiOL> 5' iv ^aiJ,6k6oi<n KaO-^jifvos, ovt4 iri fioi K^p 1 

T/dfK' tTt C<^(i,v KOI opav (^cios ■qfkioi.o. d 

avrap end KXat'mj' Tt Ki>\(ySo'fx«'(Js re KOpltrdifv, 1 

6^ ro're /ie irpoaimre yipiDV fiXtos injfiepT7}s" 1 

IJ.r)KtTl, 'Arpios vif, TToXtiu yjiovov auKiXes ovrio ^ 

icXai', ^Tr«l QVK S.wa-Cv Tii^a S^o^iieii' oAXa T<i,\i(TTa i 

■ntCpa OTtas koi fii) 0^1" TiaTp'iha yaXav lKi}ai. a 

ri y&p iJ.lv (ciiov ye icix'J*''^'"' ^ '^^ 'Opitmjs J 
KTeweii wroijj^a/ieros" otj fit kcv Ta<j)OV &vTi.pa\T]ffaiStm 

&s l^dr', avrap ip-ol KpaZCi} Koi 0vp,os ay^viop J 

aBrls «pi (TT^fleo-iTi koI a)(yv}J.fvi^ irep lav0r]' M 

Ka( fMV ijxov^a-as (ina TtTepofvra •apomfChoiV, M 

roi/rous fiiv hi] oi6a' av b\ Tpl-rov avbp' ^riijiafe, I 

Ss TiS ^Ti fdjos KOTeptlKsrai evp^i tto'it^ J 

[^i 6avmv' idikoj 5J KQt Axy^p-fvos isfp aKOvaaij. J 

&s i<}>ifj,'iiv, 6 hi ft^ avri'ic' djUet/StJ/itifos ■npauiti.-nfv' J 

Tov S I601' ^IJ i'^o-u) daktphv Kara haKpv f^tovra, M 

Niifi^ijs Iv lj,fyipaim KaXvyj/ovs, i] iJ.iv hiiyKji \ 
io\ii' B' ov hvvatai. fjv irarpiSa yalav luitrdai' 
oi yiip ol Ttdpa vijfs ^Tnjperfiot kqI ^T-atpoi, 

(Tol 5' ou OiffipaTov loTt, Siorpe^Js S Mei'eAae, 
'Apyei ^y iTnTO/SoVni floy^eii' Kixi TToVfioy eiri(r7reti'j 
AXAii (7' Ir 'Hkva-iop "nehiav koX TrtCpara yaCij? 
oBii'aToi i!(p.\^ovcnv, 56t ^avBbs 'PaBci/xayflvs', 
r^ wep pTjloTij ^loTTj ir^Ati av6p(aitoia-iv' 
oi viipfTos, ovT* &p j^cifiui' Ttokiis oCre nor' Sp,^po%, 
dAA aUi Zfipiipoio kiyii ■Jtvtiovros &^as 



4. OATSSEIAS A. 67 

oJvck' ix€is *Ekhniv KaC ir<f>iv yafippos Atos iacri, 

^s €hiiv vtth v6vTov ihvcrero Kvixatvovra. 570 

The story of fh6 return of Menelaiu. 

ovrap iyiiv M vijas &fi* iamOiois €Tdpoi(Tiv 

^10, voAXa bi juboi KpaZtq 'n6p(f>vp€ klovtu 

atrrap ht^l p* hiX i^a KaTr\\Ooii€V rih\ OaXacarav, 

hofmov 6* &JT\LaraiJL€arO\ litC r' fiKvO^v afi^poaCrj vv^' 

^ rm KOLfxriOriiJLCV iirl prjyiuvi SaXaa-arjs. 575 

^/M)$ 5' r\piyh;€i,a <f)ivrj pobob6.KTvXos 'Hcb?, 

vfjas pkv Trdp/irpoiyrov ipvcaafxcv €ls SXa blav^ 

€v 8' IcrroifS TiOipLcirOa koI larCa irrjva-lv iCarjs' 

hf bk kclL avTol ^6vt€S iiii xXi^wrt KaGl^ov 

f^^s 8' iC6ii€Voi TToAt^r &Ka rvinov iperpLoXs^ 580 

4^ 8' €ls AiyuTTTOio, bimerios TTorapiolo, 

(rr^cra via^^ koL ipe^a TekqitTaras kKaToyL^as^ 

ovTop hi^ Kariitavfra $€&v x^^o^ «^^ eoi^wj;, 

X^^' 'Ayofiifivovi TVjxpoVy &;' So-jSeoroz; Kkios ^trj, 

rcmra Tckevrrjaas vcofirjVi bCbocrav b4 p.01 ovpov 585 

Mii^ttToi, rol /a' onKa (f>Ckriv is TtarpCb' eirepiyj/av, 

^ Syc vvv hrCfiavov hit p.€y6,poi(TLv e/btounr, 

^pa K€v ivb€KiTq re bvuibcKaTrj T€ yivryrac 

wi rare cr* c3 7r€/x,>/ra), deio-o) 8^ rot dyXoa ScSpa 

^ptij &nrov9 Kol bi(f>pov iv^oov avrhp ftrctra 590 

Wco) KoXoi; 6\€L(roVj tva crnivbriaOa d€OL<nv 

W(u;aTots, ifxiSev fi€fivrjfiivos rjiiara irdirraJ 

Telemaclius is unwilling to stay any longer. 

Toi; 8' ai TrfXefiaxps 'neixwp.ivos carrCov rivba' 
ArpcCSi;, firi brj jute iroXifv yjpovov kvOab^ IpDice. 
*^yip K^ €h ipiavTov iyi) irapa <roi y' av€xptvi.'t\v ^% 

P 2 



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58 4. OiliTSZEIAS A. 1 

^/Acros, ovbi k4 ix oikov ?Aot icoOos oibi Totr^iotr 
ahas yap fivBaurai iirftTirC Tf uoimv aKovoiv 
TCpTtofiai. aW' rjbi} fuit tamiCova-m iToipoi, 
iu riijAij) ■qyadi^' aii 5^ fxe xpo'i'oji ^t'fldS' tpixfis. 

&UpOV S' OTTl K^ f*Ot botq^i KtlHTjKlOS) tOTlU' 

h-novs S' fls 'IfloKiji' ouK A^ofiat, ahXa aoi avr^ 

eiiStiSe X<fi/'<i) oyoXfia* (rv yap TreSibio (btitnrecs 

(iipios, ^ lui /i^i' \(UToj TJoXiis, Iv SJ (ctlreipoi' 

injpof re ^«ot t' i]6 cCpv^u^s KpX Atuicoi'. 

ey 3' 'WiIki] o&r' Sp SpSfioi rip^es ofo-e rt Aeif^iiSi'' 

alyC^OTOs, Kal fioXXov iir^paros lifno^oroio. 

ov y6.p Tis vf^iTiiiV iTTiT^Aixros' ovh evXil^unv, 

at &' dXi KfKkiaTai.' 'IdaKi) hi rt koI irepi itaa-imir, 

;(el.p^ re fiw Karipe^fv ^iros t' l^ar' Ik r' ovoiia^fV^ 
' Aff^aro's eEr Ayofloto, i^ikav re'itos, ol* ayopeiidff 
Toiya/) iya rot Tavra /^iCTaffi^ira)' fiiJi/a/xai yap. 
biapoiV 6', So'ir' «f ep.^ oEkii) icei^^Xwi Keirat 
Sciffto fl KiiXAi(TTOiJ Koi rifiieoTOToc tirri. 
fiitftro) 701 KpTjT^po TfTvytifvop' ipyipeos 6i 
loTiy Stkis, XP^a-f b' em xfi^ea KEKpiaurai' 
l/jyoi" 5' 'Hi^oioToto" TTopo' 5^ ^ ^laiSif/os ^pturi 
SiSoi'i'toy /3ao-iA(is, S^' 15s Eo'fios o^i^eKilXu^e 
/«er<re ^e yoor^o-ai/ra" Tetw 6' lOtkai tq6' oirdirwm,^ 

iis oE fi^c ro(aCra Trp^s dAA^oui dydpewu, 
[BoiTV/io'fes 8' es Sufwir" [o-wj flei'ow /3ao-iA^oi. 
ol b' TJyov piv ii.ti\a, tpepov b' evTivopa oivoo' 

(TITOI' S^ <r^' fiXoXOt KoAAlKp^SfHI'Ot (ITflXtlOV. 

&s oi fiiv irepl fieiin'oi' ^l p^eySipoiin Trtnowo], 

The Roene changes to ttis palaoe of Odyuena. 
M^^/cn/pes Se ■ndpoidfv 'OBuffinjos li^vipoio 



4. OATSSEIAD A. 69 

llffKounv rifyiravro Koi aiycafij[i(nv livT€Si 

^AvtIvoos bk KaJOrjoTO koI Eippiixaxps ^€0(t5^9, 

of^ol iani(rr^p<av, iper^ V l<rav l^ox^ &pi<rroi, 

Tols 5' vlbs ^povtoic NoifjUM)!; iyyCOcv kKB^v 630 

AvtIvoov ii£6ouTiv iiv€ip6fJL€vos vpoiri^nrev 

The deparCttre of Telemaohtui is annotinoed to the 

Btiitors. 

*'Awfoo', ij pi n Ibfiev ivl (l>p€crlv, fje koL ovkI, 

wnrorc TrjXJfxaxps relr^ Ik TlvXov fjiiaOSevTos ; 

vrji fjLoi oTxer' iycov ifii hi XP^^ yCyvercu ainijs 

'HXi5' is €vp6xopov biaprjixcvaif hda pjoi titiioi 635 

^ttdcxa tfijXeiai, vvh V fjiiCovoi ToXaepyol 

ibya]T€S' T&v Kiv tlv* iXatnrdiievos bafjLacraCpirjv/ 

^Qs l(l>afff ol i' iva Ovfibv idifjLfi€ov' oif yap i<f>avTo 

h Wiikov ol\€(r6a(, NriXrjiov, iXXd irov avrov 

iypw ^ fi-qXoto'L Trap4[jLii€vaL, rj€ (rv^drrj, 640 

T4y y aSr* ^kvrlvoos itpoa-iifyt]^ Einr€i6€0S vlos' 

^vr)H€pTis fiot, fvi(nr€, irdr* ipx^'"© Kci tCv€s ovt^ 

mpoi htoin^ ; 'ISdicris i^aCperoiy fj iol avrov 

%€s re bfiSih re; bvvairS k€ Ka\ to riKicrcrax, 

«a( /yu)t TovT^ iy6p€WTov iTrJTvpLOV, S<f)p* c5 cJSq), 645 

Tj V€ plri Ukovtos iirrjiipa vrja jxikaivav^ 

^ Uiv ol d»Ka9) ivet irpoairrv^aro pABi^,' 

Tw V vVbs ^povCoio NoiJ/uuoj; ivrlov rfiha' 

^oJris liccSv ol h&Ka* rC k€V p^feie Koi ftXAos, 

o»iroT^ iiviip TOiovTOS ixoav juieXedi^/Liara Ovpi^ 650 

ft^T^^j; ^^oXentd; ko; ianivaaBai, bSmv cXrj, 

*oSpoi J' ot jcarct S^juioi; dpioretJovo-t /li€^' ffp-ias^ 

o^ol hfovT^' iv y ^x^^ ^^ fiaCvovT^ iv6rj<ra 

nhrropOf ^ ^coi;, r^ 5' avr^ ir(irra i(^K€i. 

*^ nJ eavfulOo* Idoy ivOih^ Mhnopo. biov ^l>^ 



70 



OiT22EIA2 A. 



X^tC^i' vrnjo'iov. TOTf 8' ^Mj3i] vijl TJvXovtf.' 
'lis apa <l>oivii<ras &ir4fiij wpos Biufiara iroTpor, 

livrjTrijpas b' n/xv6ij Ktifliirai' Kai iraCiT-ac deflXioy. 
roiirti' 6' 'Ai^c'roor f*er^^rj, EuTreWeos tjios 

w^TrXarr', oo-tre 6^ ol irvpi kap.iifToiovTi iCKrijV^ 
AnUnotiB plots his deBtruntioa. 

' ii TTOTTOt, rj fiiya tpyov VTceptpitikios treX^irflq 
Ti|Ae/«tx¥i ^^''^ ^^^* ^i^M^" S^ "^ "^ reX^eirflat. 
(K TorriT&vS' &eKi]rt v4os irais ol^erat avrioSf 
tiija ipvirtr&iievos, Kpivas t' 6.va hijpou &pi<TTOvs. 
aplfi Kac TTpoTipta Kanbv fp.^ivai' aXkS. oX avrSi 
Ztis oA^o-eie ^Irfv, npXv r/jxiv ii^/ia tfivrevtrai, 
dAA' fly" ip^l 6o're i^a flo^v /cat e[ico<r' iTaCpovs, 
Stjipa pxv O.VTQV lovra \oyy'iiTQp.ai ijSi (jivK&^ai 
fp TTopdpkZ 'l6A.Kris Tf S(i/*ot(J re iranraXoeVinjr, 
ws &v FTrtCT/ivyepSs j'aurWtrat ftffKa ■7ra,Tp6s.' 

*ils i^aff, ol 6' &,pa ■n&irrcs etqjVfov ^6' citAcvoi'' 
avrW iiKir' Avardnrfs t^av Sofco;' els 'OSutr^or. 
SEedoa Infoinis PenelopQ, 

OuS' &po. Y\i]vsk6-Keia iroAliw ypSvov ^ai fiiruirrotfj 
fivdiov, obs p.VJ}rTTrjpfs ivl rfipia-l ^vn-(rob6p.€iiav 
Krjpv^ ydp al ienre Miboiv, is e-aevdfTO ^ovkhs 
di'X^s (KThs eiiv' ol 8' euSofli piJTiv v<j>aLVQV. 
jSij 6' ifi,€ii iiyy<A^ii)y Stet Sajxara n>)iitXoireft|' 
riif 8J KOT* oibov liivra irpotnjijBa rTiji'eXfiTrein' 

' K^pv^t ilirre hi ire iipoea-av p.vrja-rjjpfs iiyavoC^ 
rj fl-nip^fvai. 8//ii)Jjo'W' 'ObvtroTJos OtCoio 
fyymv itav(Ta(Tdai, iT<l>im h' avrois Soira ■ahitiTQai %i 



4. OATSSEIAS A. 71 

mora Koi itiyMta vvv ivOibe beimnrjo'eica;, 685 

o\ 6afi* dy€ip6[i€V0i fiCoTOV KaraKcCperc iroAAdr, 

KTrj(nv Tri\€fiixP^ bat(l>povos* ovbi n iraTp&v 

vfieripaiv rb irp6<r$€V AicotJcre, Traibes iSirres, 

(ios ^Obv<r<rAs Io"K€ fted' vfxeripoiai Toxevcrir, 

ovre Tiva pi^as i^aCaiov aire n eliriiv 690 

h brjix4^' ij t' ecrrl S^icry ^e^DOi; pa<n\rj(av' 

iXkov fc' i\$aCpri(rL fipor&v, HXKov k€ <l>i\oCrj, 

K€wos 6' ov irore Trdfnrav iria-dakov ivbpa idpyei, 

oX)C 6 fjL^ vpJTepos Ovpibs kolL deiKca ipya 

i^ou^eroi, ovbi tCs coti x^P^^ iier&jria-O^ €if€pyi<av.* 695 

T^v 5' aSrc irpocicnr^ Mib<av, it^mrvp.iva dbds^ 
* at yap 5^, paarCk€ia, rrfSe -TrAeroroi; kok^i; clry. 
^iXX^ iroXi pL€iCov T€ koI d,pyak€(iT€pov SXKo 
iarq(TTrjp€S (f>pi.CovTai^ h fifj TcXiarHC KpovCcav 
TrjXiimxpv pL€fiia<rL KaraKripLCv 6^4l \aXK(^ 700 

ouoSe viara-ofxevov' 6 6' Ifiri jxerh Trarpbs iKOvriv 
(s ni;Aoi; TJyaSirjv fjb^ is AaKebaCjxova blav,^ 
wlio is brokenhearted at tlie news. 

*fls ^(iro, TTJs 6' avToO Avro yoiivara Koi ^^01^ ^^op, 
^v 5^ [uv ifi<l>aa'Crj iirioDV AcijSe* ri) bi ol Scrtre 
^aKpv6il>i TTXrjadev, SaXepfi bi ol ia^^TO (l><avrj, 705 

0^^ ^ bq fuv ht^crcnv ipLeiPofxivr] irpoaieiTTe' 

* Kjjpv^y rCirre bi fioi irals olxeraL ; ovbi rl fiiv XP^^ 
vrfiv &KVTr6p<ov iirifiaLvifxev, at 0* bkos feirot 
w^pio-i yCyvovrai, TrepJoxn 8^ irovXifv e^' vyprjv, 
v W /iwyy ivop.^ avTov iv djifOpdiroici Xforrjrat ;' 710 

Ttjv y rjiicifier^ ?7r€ira Mibuiv Tremwp.iva eJScos, 

o^K 0I8' rj rk pLiv debs ipopev rje koI ovtov 
^M^y €(tHopfii/i$rj tp.€V is UvXov, S(f)pa TrvOrjrai 
irarpiy iov ^ vdtarov, Jj 8v nva iroVfjiov €Tr4(rn^v? 

'^y 4^ i/Kopijtras imi^ri Kara b&^ *Ob\)<n\os. "l^^t* 



4. 0AT22EIA2 A. ^^ 

airap imjv iriras ■jrffJ.Ttdairerai iJSi ISTjrot, 
Ki^erai ev ^lAairgiii, VQ\t,tvs Sis wtuecrt fiijXwj'. 
TOP fxiv ETT^ii 5^ TTptSra KaT«fi^9^yra tSijo-fle, 
Koi TOT* lireifl' ifiLU fieX^rai Ktipros' t« ^ijj t«, 
aSflt 6' ^ew' iiiiULtuTa koI ftrtrifiorov -ncp akv^cu 
■ndvTa hi ■yiyv6fi(pos jreipijtreTai, Sircr' eTri yaiav 
fpT!fTa ylyvovrai. Koi ihiup tcai flecnriBaes TrOp' 
i/^eis 8' oTrep-^iois ex^pf p-oXkoP t« ■ni4CfH>. 
oAA' oTf xei' 8^ a' airrbs avtlpTyrai. firinrui, 
rolos fiiv otov Ke KaTfvin^Siirra TSijcrfle, 
Kol Tore hi) ayitrOai r« /SiTjr XvaaC re yipovra, 
ijpdis, (tpfoOai 6i fleSv Ss rfs <re xoX^irret, 
jjiJoTOi' 0', us ejTi TTtlifrOJ' e\eu<re(n, Jx^i"f*i^«' 
6s flTTovir' imb Ttovroi' eBb'fffro Kvp.aCvovra, 
ai/Tap fyiiiv eiri i/^aj, 59' fTracrav kv ^a^iiflotiri 
^la' TToAAa hi fiot Kpahlij 'noptpvpt kioiti, 
avTop tTCfC p' isl inja KarrikvOov ^S^ $i\atra'av, 
h6p!iov 6' oTrXwrtifxecrfl', ejit r' j/XvPea &p.^potrCTi vi^' 
hri t6t€ KoipijOriiiev fTjl pt]yp.ivi. QaK&acrqs. 
^fios 5' ijpty^yeia ipiirq poSoSAktvXos 'His, 
Ka! rttre 6^ Trapa 6iva BaXdij-aris eipmopoio 
j/ia TToWa 6eovs yovvoip.evo'i' avrap tTalpovs 
rptis ayov, olai [lAKima -m-notQia T!a(Tav in' l&ie. 

Toippa S' &p' ij ■/ vnohvoa ^oAiiinrtjs eup^a koXitoi 
Tfaaapa <{ta>Kiti>V ix frovTov bippar' IveiKf 
ttiin-a 8* ia-av veotapTa- SdAou 8' l-ncp^bero isaTpC. 
etu&s S' iv i^ap,a.Qoi.iyi SiayAcJi^oir' oAfpi 
jjCTTo pivovtr'' (jfi-fLs hi pAXa <rj(ehbv ijAflo/iec avr^v" 
«^(6js 6' eviTjtre, /SilAei' 8' ^irl S^p^ia IxiioT^, 
^i/fla K€v alvoTaros X6)(os eirAero' Tcipe yap 
{|)(OKa(iii> dA(07pE^^(uc oAoiararas (38f,t^. 
r/t yip k' flvMio TTapa KtjT^'i Konj-iietCTi 



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1 oli^ 



4. OAT22EIAS A. 63 

M avr^ itrAcoae koH i<f>pia-aTo fxiy^ Sv€iap' 

ilippoirhiv virh piva kKiLtm^ 6r\K€ <f)4pova'a 445 

fjiif iiiXa irv€Cov<raVy SKecrcre hi ic/JT€OS dbfiriv, 

vourav V rjohiv iJLivofJi.€V TerXrjdri Ovfjif' 

^Kcn 5' i^ &K6s ^X$ov ioXX4€S. al ijiv lireiTa 

i&js €VviCovTO vaph prjfyiim OaXda-aTis' 

htm d' 6 yifxov ^\6^ i^ &k6sj eSpe Xk qxiKas 450 

forpc^ay, Triaas V 5p' iirt^x^^i Xiicro 6' hpiOyAv, 

b V fjfiias irp<iTovs Xiye KrJT€<rt,v, ovb4 n Ovfu^ 

iiffBri b6\ov e&oi' lireira hi \4kto koI avT6s. 

Capture of Proteus. 

riiuls bi Idxovr^s ht€^<rvp^6^^ ip.(f>l bi X'^^^ 

piXXofj.ar ovb^ 6 yipmv boXlris iTreXrjdero r^vrjSi 455 

oAX' rj rot Trp<in<TTa \4(av yiver* rfvyiv^ios, 

carrap lirciTa bpiKcov Kot it^pbaXis rjbi fiiyas avs' 

ytyvero V vypbv iibcop Koi bivbpeov vy\nitiTr\Kov, 

rin€LS b* &oT6/uu^^(09 ^oficv T€r\rj6Ti Ovp,^. 

iXX' St€ brj p' ioflai^ 6 yipoav dXotjxiia eibcaSi 460 

Kol T(fre brj ft' hr4€<r<nv ivcipofievos vpocri^iise' 

1(9 v6 TOi^ ^Arpios v% $€&v <rvpL(l)pAaaraTO povXas, 

^pa fi' IXoiy iiKoma Xoxri(T<ifi€Vos ; t4o ce XPV 5 

&s i<f)aT\ avrhp iyd pxv iii^ipofievos irpftai^iirov 

ohBa, yipoVy rl ii€ ravra TraparpoTricov iyopeicis ; 465 

is Hj brjO* hit wyo-© ip^JKOjiai^ ovbi ri riKfMop 

(vp^icmii Mra/uuzi, iJLtvvd€L bi fwi IvboOcv rjTop. 

iU4 (tA ifip pjOL eJTT^, O^ol bi re irivra ta-aciv, 

Ss r& fi' ij9av6,T(ov irebdc^ Kot Ibrja-c KeXevOov, 

v6(rrov 6\ m enl irSvrov iXevarojiai IxOvoevra^ 470 

65 ^<f>ip,rjv, 6 bi yH ovtCk^ ificifiofi^vos 'Kpo(ri€i'n€V' 

^i fulA.' &(f>€XX€S AiC T* &XXoi<nv re Ocoiav 

P^oj Upa Ki)C ipafiaLvipjfv. of^pa T(St)y.<rra 



64 *. OAT22EIA2 A. 

iTTiv fs ■aarpCb' Xkoio irXe'uiii (tA olvcma. ■novroi 
ov yap Tot. irplv jwipa t/ji'Aovs r' ib^fiv koX Ik.4itOm 
oIkov ivKTlfifvav Koi (T^v es "naTpiba yalav, 
irpCv y' 5r' fti" AlyjjTrroio, StiirtTfO? ttotq/idh), 
aSrtj vbiop eAflijs /)^fiii 6' Upai itcarofi^ai 
adavoTOLiTi dfoiai, Tol ovpavbv eipiiv i)(ov(rf 
KOI T(!re 701 b<aa-oviTw obov $(oi, ^v rrii lifvotvas. 
&i ei^ar', airap e/iof ye KaTtKXiirOri <p[\ov ^rop, 
oSueKa fi' aSns Stioyty eir' jjepotiSta tto'itoi' 
AlyinrriJi'S' ie'i^at, SoXi^V °^°'' o-pyaXhiv re. 
dAAa Koi (OS /ill' lit«raiv &iJ,nl36iJ,(vos upoiriwnov' 
ravTa jiiii ouro) 6q TfXiiit, yfpav, air iri KeXfiieir. 
oAA' aye fioi Td8e e^Tre Koi irpeidios Karakf^ov, 

o6s N^CTTiop »cal ^yi) \fjio/;iey TpoCr/dev WiTes, 

^( ^IXiov hi xfprriv, tTrei Tro'Aefxoi' ToXjiTTWo-ef. 

Proteus rsvealH the fete of tlie Greek beroes. 
'ArpfCtri, t( h£ ravra tuCpeai ; ov54 tC ere XP^ 
Ibixevat, oiSJ 8oi)iia( ^fioi; I'dDj;" otSe ir^ ^IJM' 
6v(ii acXaiiroi' iffcirOai, iTsd k' tu iriWa irtlflijat, 
TToXAoJ fifv yap rmii ye ha\itv, iroAAol hi Xfiroiro* 

ii! udoTip OTToAovro" /jdxjl ^^ ""^ "''^ "^ Trap^(r5o. 
(Is fi' tri TTOV fdJos KdrepiiKerai fipii irdiTU. 
AEas fifif /ifxa vrpiaX h&ti.-q hoKiyjipiTfioiai. 
VvpijaCv pj,v irpwro IIoo-eiBduii' tTrtAocrire 

KaC vi KfV iKipvyf Kijpa, koX exdoixtvos irtp 'A^rp,, 



4. GATSSEIA2 A. 65 

inj /$' iiicrin &€&v ^vyictv fjJya XaTr/ia 6ak6xr<rrjs, 

Tov hi Tlo<r€ib6iop fieydX* IxXvev ai^aravror 50S 

wtCk' in€iTa rpUuvav kXinv x^^kfI cmfiapfjcriv 

Jj\air€ TvpaCrp; ttirfnip^ imh V ioxtcev avrrjv' 

Ka2 ri fih/ avridi ixcivf, t6 d^ Tf3ii<f)os Ifiirecre it6vT<^, 

T(f p' Mas rh Trp&rov i<f>€Cifi€Vos [liy* iAcrOri* 

Tov 5' i(l>6p€i Karh v6vtov imcCpova KVfiaCpovra, 510 

[6s 6 fjL^v &d' im6k(o\€v, iTT^l irCev aXfwpbv iboap.'] 

ffos hi mv iKffnryt Krjpas AdeA^eos 17^' VTraXv^ev 

hf vrpxrl y\a<l)Vp^<n' arAoiarc hi Ttorvia "H/wy. 

iU' 5r€ bfi riy^ l/AcXXe MaXetdo)!; Spos alnh 

tjfca^oi, T(Jr€ 61} /Liii; ivapiri^aaa Ov€X\a 515 

ToiToz; ^ir' IxOvSevra <f>ip€v ii€y6Xa (rreviLypirra^ 

oypov iir* iaxari^Vi S$i hApjara vaU ©v^onys 

ri Ttplvi i^^P T-^^' foai€ 0V€(nuihjs MyurBos. 

oAX' Sre d^ koX KeWev i<l>a[vero vSxttos itirrjfioiv^ 

i^ h^ 0€ol (Apov arph^av, kcX dlKaJb* tkoxn'o, 530 

^ rot 6 p!kv xaipcav iir^^aero iraTp(bos atriSi 

Koi KvvH inn'6pL€vos fjp irarpCda' voXXh 5' dir' airrov 

Mit/wa depfjia \iovT^^ h(A aairaa'Ccos the yalav. 

tov V ip* inth (TKornirjs tl^t a-K(mhsi 5p pa Ka$€ur€v 

Aiyio^os ^oArffwyrts iycavy ^6 6' Icrxero pA,(rBhv 525 

XPViTov dotct T<lXain-o' ifrCkaxre^ d' 5 y* eis hfiavrhv^ 

M)} ^ X(i^ot TTo/Mc^i^, pLvi/ia'airo hi doHpibos iXKTfs. 

^ V Ipiev iyytkiidv irpbs be^fmra iroipLipt ka&v. 

<^iKa V AiyiaBos boXCrjv i<l>pi(ra-aTO rixyqv 

^ivifiant Karh hrjpiop hUotn (fmras ipCtrrov^ 530 

w€ Xi^op^ kripoaSi V ipdyei baira irhffodai, 

o»rhp S pij KoXioDP ^AyapJpLPOpa^ Trotfi^a \a&p^ 

wtowrtj; Kol Sx€a<l>iPi deiK^a p,€pp.r\pl(aw. 

m V oifc ttb&t^ SKeOpop Apifyaye, koI xaW'Trec^ife 

WijcTOf, Ss rk T€ Koriicrapt 0o8ir hli ^hrvr^. \^\ 



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0AT22EIAS A. ^ 

yiti 7is 'Arpilbfai tripuiu XCufB' oX ol l-noiTo, 
ovhi ny AlyCirdov, iAA' (KTadev iv y.iya.pQiaiv. 
&s E0ar', aiiTop ifioi ye Kare/tAdtrfiij tfilfi.ov T^rop, 
nXaiov b' (V ^apAQaiiTi KoB-qfitvos, oiM in! ftoi, Kjjp 
iJfleX' in (lifLir Kal bpav ipios ijeAioto. 
avTap i-nfi Kkalcav re Kvfii.vhop.a>6s re KopeVftjc, 
6q ro're fie wpoireenre yipaiv SXios mjUfpT^s' 
liT]KiTi, 'Arp^os uEJ, TToXu;' xpo*'*'" afKeAes oCrio 
kAoi', ^Trel oiK 3iW<rb' Tiva briop,fv' 6XXa Tiix"""* 
Tifipa 0W03S Kev hi) otju irarpiSo yaiav tKTjcu. 
^ yip fiiv O^ov ye jcix^o-eat, )j (teji 'Op^onjs 

&>i e^ar', nvra/) c|:,ioc KpaE6] Kol ^fios ayqfaip 
aCris ^cl arridttTiTi Ka\ kjiVMfilvif "nep Idvdrj' i 

Kai fuv </)tonJ(ras Iwea UTepdeiTa irpooTfiJSdiif, 
Toyroi'j ^et 3^ oiSa" oi 8e Tpirov ofSp' drofiafe, 
or rts ^ri ftoas Karep^Kerai evph tto'itu 
[^J Savciv (0i\<o &\ Kal &)(yii(ifv6s iifp d(toB<rtit]. 
As i^djj,7]v, 6 hi ft' airW &fi.ii^6p.fvos ■npoirifi-nfii' 
vlos Aaipreoi, 'lOAKp tvi oiKla vaCtoV 
rhv 8' tbov fv irqtrif 6a\fpbv koto b^Kpv \iovTa, 
NvjUi^jjs fu fieydpoiin KoAi^oCs', ^ fiw avdyitii 
iirxei.' S' ou hvvajai ijv irarpiba yaiav iKeo-floi' 
oil yap ol irdpa vijfs (TT^perfioi Koi eratpot, 
oc jce'i' p,iv ■nip.irouv eir' evp^a twra daXicrtrris. 
(TOi 6' ov fleV^araV eo-ri, Siorpe^^s S Mei^^Xae, 
'Apyei iv lirno^6T(f Oauieiv koj, TToriiov eTrtoTrcM), 
a\A<l it' ^s- 'HAiJffioi' lablov koL iciCpaTa yoftjs 
dfltt^'arDi ■aip.-^ovrri.v, o8l £av8bs 'PnSdfioiiflus, 
Tji Trep pijCoTi) /9ioT^ ir^Afi dyflptuxoKrtv 
ov vnperas, ovr' fip x*'/^""' '"'o^i's ovTf ttot' Sfi^pot^ 
dAA' aiel Ze^vpoto Xiyl Trveiovto^ AiiTor 



4. OATSSEIAS A. 67 

o^vck' Ij^ets ^l^Xivr\v Kal <r<t>i>v yafifipos Aios icrcri, 

i$ €hiiv ivh v6vTov ibva-ero Kvixaivovra, 570 

The story of fh6 return of Menelaiu. 

(Arap iyiiv iirl injas iji^ iamOiois hApoia-iv 

fjuL, voXka bi fioi KpabCri 'n6p<f)vp€ kiovtl. 

ovrap iireC p' iirl vrja KarrfkOoii^v 178^ OAXaanrav, 

Ufmov 0* fe\t(ra/A€0"^', iirC r' rjkvOev ajiPpoaCr] iri^' 

^ Tore KOLfirjdrifiev iirl pTjyfuvi daXaararjs. 575 

iJlios 5' r\piyhf€i.a <^i.vr\ poboh&KTvKos 'Ha>?, 

vqas pkv TrdfiTrponTov ipvcaafxfv €ls SXa biav, 

hf 8' ujTovs TL6iiJL€(r6a kolL ItrrCa irrjvaiv iCays' 

hf h€ kclL avTol pdirres iirl kXtjIo-l KaOlCov 

^irjs 8' ^CoMcroi iroXLTjv SXa rvmov kperyLois. 580 

4^ V eJs AiyvTTTOio, hivnerios T^orafiolo, 

(nijaa via^i koX ip€^a reXTjica-as kKaroii^as^ 

oirap iiseL Kariitavfra $€&v xokov aliv iovriav, 

X«J' ^ Ayaik^iivovi vupL^ov, tv* ia-fiearov Kkios etrj, 

Tcmra TeXevrrjaas V€6pLr}Vy bCboaav be /xot ovpov 585 

Mii^aTot, ToC 11^ S)Ka <f)Ckrjv h TraTp(b' iirefiyj/av, 

<^' Syc vvv hrCpL€ivov h;l fieyipoKxiv e/btoto-ir, 

%« K€v hbeKirrj t€ bvoabeKaTrj re yivrjTai' 

Koi rare a c8 Tre'/A^/ro), bdo-oa bi rot AyXaa ScSpa 

^P^is ftnrov9 Kol bl<f>pov iv^oov avrap ftrctra 590 

Wco) KoXoi; 6\€L<rov, tva cnrivbria'Oa Beoiaiv 

wovirots, liiAOtv fi€iivrjfi€vos rjixara irdvra.' 

Telemaclius is tmwiUing to stay any longer. 

T02; 8' aS TTjXipLaxps ircTm^/xeros avrCov rfiba' 
Arpcfii;, /ui^ brj jute iroAir yjp6vov ivSab^ IpruKt. 
•"^i y^P ^' ^^i" iviavTov kyh irapa (rot 7' auexplvw\w \;^^ 



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68 4. OiT2SEIA2 A. 

ijnevos, oiiii ke /^' oiKov ?hoi ttoSos ovSf tok-^iop' 
aiwij yoj) fivfloiiTu' liTftraC Tt aolrriii aKOVinv 
Tepirofioi. dAX' j^Sj; fioi ai'iCtfovo'ii' Iraipot 
«;> niiA-B) Tiyo.Bi'Q' av hi fit )(p6vov ^yflitB' tpuKtts. 

rirTTOi/s S' fls 'Iddnriv ovk S^o^ij dAAa <rol air^ 
ivBAbi AeCi/jca fiyoA/ia" iri; yap neSfoio awtlu'irsis 
eypeoj, ^ evt /leiJ \aiTos ttoXiIs, if 8J Ktiireipov 

(u S' 'ISdicji out' hp Spo'fxoi fip4fs ovre ti kfifidv 
alyl^oroi, kuI fioAXoii Jjniparos iHTro^oToio, 
oi yi.p Tis i^trtoj' iTXir^Aaros' ovS' fuA.e£j«uv, 
a? fl' aXX KfKkCarai' 'lOdnri be re ical -nepl iratr^wii 
'ils ^dro, fitiSijo-ei' 3k ,3oV aya^os MectAaos, 

' AijiaTO? e?? Ayofloio, tfitkov tc'kos, oI' dyopi 
Toiyap eyco rot ravra /leraorqira)" Stuart ytip. 

Sutrai & K^XKurrov koI Tt/iijt'oTaTtfv eori. 
Swtr&j Toi KpijTTJpa TfTvyfiivov &pyvpfOS Si 
toTW fi-Tias, yjivai^ 6' tTri ytlXia KtKpaauTOL' 

"S-ihoviaip ^aaikfvs, 56' los b6fu>s aftip(K6\u\^e , 
KtW ^e voirrQaai/Ta' Ttie 6' ^fleAto to'8' diriavtu,'' 

*ils o! ^ec ToiauTO irpos AAAtjAous ayoptvou, 
[SatrujAoyes 8' ^s 8wj«ar' (o-av flet'ov ^tHriA^os. 
o'l 3 ^yoy fi^y fi^Ao, <pepov 8' twji/opa ouiof" 
ffiToiJ 6^ arj)' &X.o)(pi KokKiKpribefiVoi htfjKnov. 
iti aX ^hi urtpi tehrvov ivl fj-ryipoiai nivovro], 

The Boeae ohangea to tha pilaae of OdrsMaa,! 
fu^(rri}pfs hi irdpoidev '0&i;ir<rfJQS |j.eyip«iwi I 



4. OAT22EIAS A. 69 

^IffKounv ripmovrc kcX aly<wifi<nv Uvr€9y 

h TVKT^ da9re2c[>, S$i vep itipos^ €fipiv Ixovres. 

Avrbfooi Sk KaJdrjirro koH 'Evfy6fiaxos OcociifjSy 

apxpl iwricrr^pciv, iper^ 5' io'av Ifox* ipiaroi, 

TOis d' vlhs ^povCoic 'SorffjMv hyyvOev iXBiav 630 

^hvrlvoov fjoidounv ov€ip6fA€Vos vpoaieimv 

The departure of Telemaohmi is annotmoed to the 

suitors. 

^^AvrCvo^y 7} pi Ti thpiev ivl (fypcoiv, fJ€ koll ovkI^ 
m6T€ Trikifiaxps vcii^ iK UvXov fjpiaOo^vTos ; 
vrji fioi oTx€t' iyoav ipik Sk XP^^ yCyverai avrrjs 
'HXt5' is evpnixppov hiaprjiievai^ tvOa jutot fe'jrot 635 

^€Ka ^Xctai, vvh 5' fjfxCovoi ToXacpyol 
i^iaJT€S' T&v Kiv riv^ iXaaaraficvos hafJLaaraCfirjv/ 

*lls i<f>affy ol V iva 6vpx>v iOifipeov ov yhp itfxxvTO 
h U16X0V otx^aOcu, Nrfk/jioVf iXXi itov avrov 
iypQv rj firjkoiarL irapifificvai, fjc (rupdrrj, 640 

T^ b' cSfT^ 'AvtCvoos Trpoari<j)rj, Kvtt^lOcos vlos* 
^VTiiuprh [lOL (vunT€, ttcJt' cpx^TO koL tCv€s avT^ 
mpoi iirovT^ ; ^lOAKrjs i^aCperoi^ ^ iol avrov 
%€s T€ bpL&4s T€; bivairS K€ koL to rikiacrai, 
fa( /iot TQVT^ i,y6p€va'ov irriTVfJLOVy S<f)p* cB eJSw, 645 

4 ce j3^ Hkovtos airrfvpa vfja fiiXaivaVy 
^c Uiv ol b&KaSi ivcl TTpoarTTTv^aro fivO<d/ 
Toy 5* vlbs ^povCoio NoTf/iiwr dvrCov rjiba* 

^oirrhi iK^v ol b&Ka' rt k€v p4^€i€ kolI AAA 09, 

owirot* 4i^p TOUOVTOS ^a)v ficX^brjiiara $vix& 650 

fl^T^^; \aX€Tr6v K€V iarqvaxrOai boariv etrj. 

'^poi 8' o\ Kara brjiiov ApioretJovo-t fxe^' 7ip.iaSy 

o^ol hfoirr^' iv b' ipx'^ ^S> fiaCvovr' iv6rj<ra 

M&ropo, ^ ^€01;, T^ 5' airw 'Trirra i(OK€i. 

*W r3 ^avjLuifio' tdov ii/dibe M^opa Nov ^^^ 



70 4. OATSSEIAS A. 

*i2s Spa tpcotr/jiras i.w4pij Ttpos h!Ofj.aTa TTarpof, 
T^MTti' 8' aiuporipoKTiv ayArriraro Gvfibs Ayjju&ip. 
fOfrtUT^pas 3' 5//d5is K&dirrav kcu TraSirac de'^Aiuy. 
ToiiTw 8' 'Airrfroo? fkeri^T], EimeCdeos vlos 
[^axviiicvor jxiireas bi p.(ya (jip4vfs diii.tjnfi^\aivat 
•slji-nkavr', oaiTf bi ol -avpi Xa/xirerrftoyrt idcrriv^ 



AntinoUB plots Us 6 

'*ii TTo'iroi, 17 jifya ipyov vi!ipiiii.6Xii>s fT(k4<rS>i 
Tj)X£fX(lx<u, obhs ij^c (j>ifite 3t ol ov T(\4fiT6ai. 

t^a ^puir(r(if*«'os, KpCvas r' ava hijjxou 6.pCuTOVs. 
ap£ft ital TrpoTipin KaKov fp.p.€vai.' oXAi 01 avTi^ 
Zeis dA^iTfit /Sffjyj irplu ^pXe ir^/m tpvTeSaai, 
aXX' &■/ epal tore vfia Soriv Kal etKoc' (TaCpovf, 
ofjipa fiiv avTov lovTa Xox^trofiat ^5J <pvKd^a> 
iv ■nopOiiS 'l96.Kris re Sii/icno' re TranroXoeo-cnjs, 
iis &II eTTHT/iUyepSs i^aur^erm ttffKa Trarpo's.' 

*iis t^off, ol h' &pa TtAvTfs k'ofjviov ijS' eK^Xeuoi^ 
aiirW ?x€tT' AuffriWes l^aii Sojw:' e£s 'OSiioijoj. 
UedoQ inforniB Fsnelops, 
Ovt' &pa ITiji'eXiiTreia iroXiu ■xp6voo r^ev ^jtuhtos 
pvdiov, ods fi.vJ]rTrrjpfs ivl rfipea-l ^DcrcroSo'fievoj'" 
K^pv^ yAfi ol eeiire M^Soji', Sy e-nevdfro ^oifXtts 
aiX^? ^KTOj €<4i'" ol b' fvbodi jjiiTW vipaiirov. 
^^ 6' ty-ev Ayyfkiaiv bih, b^/xara nrjvfkoireC^' 
rbv bi Kai^ ovhov ftiirra ■apofnjiba ITijyeXdTreta" 

' K^puf, TC-HTf S4 <re irpofiraii ij,vijrrnjpfs iiyavoli 
^ (bcilifvai bpm^<Ti.V 'Ohvao^os dcloio 
fyyiav natJirafrdai, cnjjfirt 8' avrots SoTro nivarBtu. \ 



4. 0AT22EIAS A. 71 

HaraTa kclL icdfuxra iwv ivOib€ b€nTvrjar€iav, 685 

ot Odfi^ iy€ip6fj,evoi fiCorov icaraKetperc TtoXXhvy 

Kiijcnv TiyXcfwlxoio bat(l>povos* ovbi rt Trarp&v 

vp.er4p<ov rh vp6ar0€v dKovert, Tralbes €(fw€S, 

olbff 'O^vo-o-cis i<rK€ ficB' ifieripoiai roKcvanv^ 

ovre Tivh p4(as i^atxnov (rh-^ n ^Vniav 690 

SXXor fc' ixOaCprjai fiporQv, HXXov k€ (jyiXoCrj. 
K€wos 5' oi iroT€ itipmav ariaOaXov ivbpa idpyei. 
oAX' 6 jnh; ifjJrepos Ovyihs Kai ieiKia ipya 
^Huvercu, oibi rCs €<m xipt^ jutercfTTto"^' €V€pyi<»>v.^ 695 
T^y 5' aSrc vpoa-ictir^ Mibmv, ireirvvfiiva (Ibds^ 

* at yhp hff, pacrCKeiay T6b€ irXciiTTOV kokov €trj, 
iXXh TtoXxf fi€L&^ T€ kolL ipyaX€<iT€pov SAAo 
imj(TTrjp€S (fipiC^vrai^ h fiff T€\i(r€L€ KpovC<ov' 
TT}kiiJLa)(ov fA€ix<lui<n KaTaKr&ix^v 6^h yaKKdd 700 
olicaJc viar<r6fi€Vov* 6 8' i^r] jutera 'jTarpbs iKOvrfv 

€s IMXov ijyaOirjv rjb^ is AaK€ba[fxova bXav.^ 
who is brokenhearted at the news. 

^Q,s <l>iTO^ rfjs y avTov Xvto yovvara Kot (jyCKov ffTop^ 
^v bi fjLiv i{jLtl>a(rCrj iirioov A.(i/3c' ria b4 ol o<t<t€ 
haKpv6<l>t irkfjaOeVy OaXcpfi bi ol laxcro (jxtivrj. 705 

^i bi bri fjLiv ftreo-o-tr iixeipofxivrj itpoiriwne 

* K^pv^, r6rT€ bi ftoi itals oIx^Tat ; ovbi tC pav XP^^ 
vrfiv 0iiKw6p<f)v iiTLpaLvipLeVy at 0* akbs tintoi 
Qjfbpia'i ylyvovraiy TrcpdoaaL bi irovXvv i^^ vyprjv. 
^ tva firfV Svop! avTOv iv avOpdirotai XCirryrai ;' 710 

Ttjv y rjpLciPer* ftrctra Miboiv ireirvvpiiva elbds^ 

* ovK otb* rj rCs pav O^bs &pop€V tJc koX avrov 
hpjbs iifxoppLi^Brj IpLo; is HvXov, ^(ppa TrvOrjTai 
voTpbs iov ^ vdarov, rj Sv riva iroVfiov €TT4crntv? 



72 4. OATS2EIAS A. 

Si^pij) e<^^fe(rflai TroAAwji Kara oiitoi' erfiTtoj', 
oAX' 3p' «Tr' ov6oB I^e TroAvKfi^rou flaA.(i/;w)io 
otKT/)' dXo<jivpaij.(v>T "nipi hi bfitoal fuj/upiCov 
■Jiaffoi, 5(rat Kara bafiar' iirav vlai )j6^ TiakataX. 
rf)s S' aJbaiov yoouiira ^injvta n?jii«Aojreia' 

' KAEre, <pC\ai' Trtpl yiip /iot 'OAu^tt'os SAye' ?b<M 
ix TtaiTibiv, oaffOi jioi ojioS rpAijxv r^b' tyivovra, 
i) TSpiv likv TcoiTiv eadXhp &iTtakcira OvfwKioiiTa, 
itavTobjs apenja-i KfKaa-fi^vov iv Acaiaolffiv, jij 

[foOktiv, Tov kA^os eipii Ka6' 'EAAiifio ku! fjAaov 'Apyos.J 
vvv av TtaiS' d.yain)Tov h.VTjpfi'^aVTD ftJtAAai 
AxKia tK litydpuiii, oib' opjt,-i\divTos oKovaa. 
"Xirkiai, ovS' vjifis itep ivi ippeai Biadi iK&tnrj 
« \i)^iiitv fi' liVfytlpai, eTTioTiifioiat cra^a Qiipja, 730 

AmriJre kuvo^ t^i) Kothjv iti't, vrja iJiiKaivai/. _ 

tl ykp iyii mjQdfiijv Ta6n]v ohhp opiAadiaiTa, ^M 

T$ Kc fidA' ^ K(v iiieive, Ka\ fira^ntvo^ itep 6^010, ^M 
yj Ki p,€ TfOmjviav ivl ftryipoimv iKeiufv. * 

AXXA ris orpTjpiJs AoXCov KoAe'a-eie yipovra, 73s 

Sjuw' ^^of oif ^( ihatKe TiaTTip (ti bevpo Kiotiir^, 
Ka^ ^01 KijiToji ^«i TTo Au86'fipeojJ, otfipa Ti-xurra 
Aaiprri rabf TTOVTa. isapf.Qop.evos KOjaXi^, 
tl hrf T!Ov Tiiia KtLvos ivl (/>pe<rl liiJTiv itjirii/as 
i^ekdiiiv XaoiiTiv dbvperai, 01 ixtpiAairiv 
on Kal 'O&iitrinjas tpdiaat yovav aimOioio.' 



At X^nryoleia's advica, Blia prays for help ti 
Tf/p 6' avTf iipo(rifi.Tie ^iAjj Tpotpos EupiiKAew' 
' vvix(pa 0tA7, trii fiiu &p jxe KariKTOvf vi}\h X'^Vi 
9 /a iv (ley&pif ^txQov hi 701 ovk htmeiaio- 
0de' fy^ rdSc vdiTa, vipov H o'l Sua' i»iK«ut, 



4L OAT22EIAS A. 73 

axTOP KCit fUOv fjbii* ifiev 5' (Xero fiiy^w SpKov 

firi vfiv atH ipifiPy vpiv btabeKATrjv ye y€v4<r6ai 

rj a* avTr[v voOia<u kcu ixf^opiaiOhrroi dicovo-at, 

tt9 hv firi KXtUoiKra Kara xp6a KoXhv Idirrrfs, 

iXk^ vbpijvctfJLiinjy KoBafA xpoi ^tyjoB^ kKovaOy 750 

ds V7r€p^^ iofoficura aiiv i^nsikoiai, ywai^lv 

eSxc' *A0riva(fi Koipy Aiis alyiSxoio' 

i yip kJv fup ^Trevra Koi iK Oaviroio a-ada-ai. 

Iirfik yipovra kAxov K€KaK<ofjJvov' ov, yap 6C<a 

viyxv B€Ois iLaKdp^o-ci yovriv 'ApKCto-uidao 755 

^Siaffy 4\A' ft-fr 7ro'6 ns kitiaaerax Ss k€v ^^(n 

Mpari ff v^€p€<l)4a Koi im&KpoOi vCovas iypaiisJ 

*12s (JxIlto^ lijs d' ^vri<r€ y6ov, crxiOc 5' Arcrc y6oio, 
tj V vbprivafUini^ KoBaph xpot ef/uia^' eXova-ay 
cb vTTcp^^ iofifiaipe ovv ipuf)L'jr6\oi(ri ywai^iv, 760 

h V iOer^ ovkoxSras Kovit^^ riparo 6' ^AOrjvri' 

* KXv6C fi€Vf alyi6\ou) A109 riKos^ irpvTdinjy 
(I vori TOi vokifiriTis hit pLcyipouriv 'Oduco-evj 
17 pohs ^ Sias Karh vlova fxrjpC licr^e, 

tQv vvp jxot panjcrouy KaC fioL ^Ckov via ariaxrov^ 765 

fu^oT^pas V imdKaKK€ KaKm vn^prjvopiovTas.* 

^Sls dvova^ 6Xj6Xv^€f deh bi ol IkXvcv iprjs. 
livri<rnjp€S 6' ofiMrjo-av iivh pjyapa aKioevra* 
SJe hi nj ^h^cTK^ via>v VTt€pqvope6vT(av' 

'^ fuiXa Wi yifjLov ijiju TtokvjJLtnjiTTr} fiaarCkcia 770 
ijnieiy ovbi T^ dtbcv 8 oi ^6vos vU rirvKTai,,^ 

^Qs ipa Tis €br€arK€y rh 6' ovk larav &s irirvKTo, 
rouriv b* ^AptCvoos iyopria-aTO Koi p.^rUnte 

* AoiiiSvioiy pLvOovs fx^v VTr€p(l>L6Xovs iXiaxrOc 

if<Waj ofjuQSf fjirj irov ns inayyeiXr^ai koH ^lana. 775 

iAX* iy€ trvy^ toiov itvaardpTcs r€\^(D|i€V 
/oifej 6 ^ Koi TTouraf ivi (f^p^crlv 7}pap€V tjiuv? 



OiTSSEIAS i. 



The ombuBh laid to await TelenuuIiiiB. 

'iis flTtuiv tKpivaT kuKoai tparas apCarovs, 
,3aii 8' Uvai iiri vija foiju koj, 6iva OoAiiiTOTjS'. 
v^a lifv ovv n&tntpioTov oXis ^ivBoate epvcra-ae, 
iv 6' IcTTOii re TlOfvro xol Eoria nj! /^eXaiurf, 
ijpriluavro 6' Iptrfia t/jottois eu bepjxaTlvoKri 
[Ttdura Kara fioipav avd 6' laria XeUKti weVairo-av] 
reux*" Se <r<f>' ^vfLKav imtpOviuii 6(p6,TrovTfs. 
wlfov 3' iv V0TC(f Trill ■/ &pni<Tav, fK 3' e/SojJ 
et^a hi hopTtop ?Aoito, fie'ron 8' itrl iimtpov iXQiiv. 

'H 8' imepmi^ avdi, ■aepCrppiav Tl'i}VfK6Trfi,a 
Ktir' ap' &ffiTos, a-naaros ^Sijnfos ij6^ ■hot^tos, 
hppa.ivovir' ^ ol dtii'aroi' <f)vyoi vlbs hpAp^v, 
Jj S y' inrb iJiirr]rTTrjp<Tl.v VTifptfilakoial 8afiefiJ. 
oi7(ra S^ fiepfijjpife \^(oy av&pZv iv 6jj.!.\w 
btCffas, dirjTiSre piiu So'Aiou irepi kukKov &yto<ri, 
T6iraa liw opfiaivovirav iTi^Xv0€ vrjhjtios Sttvos' 
diBc 8' &iiaitkiv0(X<ra, kidev be ol S,yjf€a TidvTa. 

Atliana oheora Ponalops by Bending a dream. 
'EvS' out' 5X\' iv67]ae 0ea yXavKOUTTis AS^irr)' 
ftbioKov 7rof?|ire, b^fxas 8' I'tKro yvvaiKi, ■ 
'l<^0f;*jl, KOvpTj fxeyoAiiTopas 'luaploio, 
r^n EC/xjjXos OTTuie, 4>e/)i)s' ^ui olxla iiaCcav. 
■TT^fiire Se fiiu irpos Stiftor' 'OSuo-irijoj fleiow, 
ftms nrivfX6lt(iav SbvpoiJ,4vr)v, yooairraji, 
wauVeie Kkavdpj)lo yooio re baKpvofvras. 
Is Oikafiov 8' eZo^Xflf irapa kXtjiSos lp.avra, 
(rrfl 8' 5p' vjrep Kt^oX^s, koc fitu irpos /iiifioiJ Unr(V 
'Ev8€LS, TiriVfKoTtaa, <|)CX.(iu TcrL»m«Vf| ^Top 
ov fiep a' ovh\ kStai, Otol pe'ia C'^o^'^^'i 



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4. 0AT22EIAS A. 75 

ifXaUip ovb* iK&xri<TO(Uy iircC ^* Itl v6<mfx6s i<m 
<roy TroLs* ov [ikv yip ri Ocoh iXiTrjiX€v6s i<m,* 

Trfv y rffieCfier^ litara TTepCifypoDV TlrjV€X6Tr€ia, 
fj^ fiiXa KpdariTovar^ iv dveipcCticL irSXriaiv' 

*T6rr€, Koxnyvrifrqy h&jp ^Xv^es; (A ri iripos y€ 810 
Vfi>X^(u, iir^l fjAXa iroXXhv im&KpoOL hdfmTa vaCas' 
KoC fi€ KiKecu vaCaracrOai diCvos 176' dbvvSxov 
ToXXea>r, at /m' ipiOovai Karh <j>p4va kclL Kara 6vp.oVy 
fj Tspiv jjbtv TTocTLV ioOkhv inrdXeaa OvpLoXiovra^ 
tavTohis iperfjo'L KCKaa-fxivov iv Aavaola-iVi 815 

[MXoVy Tov kXJos eipif xad' 'EXXdSa Kot fjJaov '^ Apyos-^ 
m aSf TTW iycmrfrbs iprj it^Ckrjs iirl vrjos, 
vrjfffio^y <At€ Tt6v(av cB cWobs gvr^ .iLyop6x»iv* 
TOV ifj iyii^ Koi iiaKKov dbipopiai ij irep iKcCvov. 
TOV y iiJL(f>iTpofJLi<a KciX b^Cbta ixrj rt TrAOrjaiVy 820 

rj S y€ T&v €vl ^rjfMj^y &;' otxerat, ^ ivl ir6vT(a' 
ha-fxevics yhp voXkoX iir^ air^ fjLrj')(av6<tiVTaty 
Ujiepoi fcreu/oi, itplv irarpCba yaiav iKiaOatJ 

Tifv 5* i,irafi€ip6fi€vov irpoaicpr] cXbtokov &jxavp6v' 
^Bipaei^ firjbi tl irdyxv fierh (fypeal b€(bi.Oi kCrjv' 825 

To6j yip ol TTOfJiirbs ifx^ Ipxerat, ijv re Koi SXKot, 
iafip€S ripqaajrro Trapetrrifievaiy bvvarai, yhp, 
UaXXhs ^AOrivaCrj' ark 8' dbvpojxivrjv i\€aCp€C 
Ij vvv pL€ vpoh\K€ Tcty rdSc iivOriaaa-Oai.^ 

T^v V cSr€ 7rpoar€€nt€ ir€pC<l)p(ov UrjvcXdireta' 830 

* €l fikv iti 0€6s ia-aiy 0€Ol6 T€ IkA.V6s avbfj^y 
d 5' Sy€ fWL KciX Keivov 6i(vphv KariX^^ovy 

^ vov frt fcSet koL Spa ^ios rjekCoiOy 
1} ^^ Ti$vriK€ KaX elv 'A^ao dojuoKrt/ 
T^ 8* iaroficipifxcvov 'jTpo<ri<f)rj ctboaKov ifxavpov 835 

* oi fUv TOL K€iv6v ye btTjpeK^cos iyope6<r«i, 



76 4. 0AT22EIAS A. 

is TTvoias iviiioiv' fi b^ i£ ihrvov iv6pova'€ 

Kovfyq ^iKOLplpio' (f>Ckov bi ol ^rop hivOrj^ 840 

609 ol ivapyki Sveipov iiriarcrvro wicrbs ijio\y&. 

The ship is stationed to intercept Telemaohus. 

Mvrjarrjpcs 8' ivafiivTcs iirhrKeov vyph K^evOa^ 
Trjk€ijAx<a (jySvov ahrvv ivl <pp€a\v ipyLalvovrts* 
loTt hi Tis vrj<TOi fiicoTj aXl irerprjca-ara^ 
lJL€(ra7jyifs 'lOiKris re ^6,fxoi6 re Ttantakoia-^rqi^ 845 

'AoT6pJ9, ov iJL€y6\rj' kiiihes b' hi vaiXoxpi ovrj 
afx<j)CbvfJL0C TTJ t6v y€ pLivov^ox6<fiVT€s ^A\caoL 



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▲tiisna in 01ymp<iui oomplains of the hard fate of 

Odysseiu. 

'H«s y Ik kexifov Trap' aycwov TiOfovou) 

ipwO^y h/ iudcoJOTOun <l)6cos ^ipoi rfi\ pporoia-iv* 

d hi d€ol &&K6vb€ KoBlCovov^ iv b^ ipa rota-i 

ZAs v\/fij3p€fji^9, otf T€ Kpiros lori [jjyurrov, 

Tourt y ^AOrjvaCri kiye ic/ib^a 7f6XX^ '06vcr^ 5 

\art\iTa^uhrr\* fiiXc yip ol io^v iv bfifxaarL vifufyris' 

' Zed virep rjb^ SXXjoi fjuiKapes Oeol alkv i6vT€Sf 
i»l ns &t vp6(l>p<av iyavhs koL rjirios i(TT(iii ^ 
(fKifttTouxps jScUriXcij, firibi (jyp^aip ataiim elhds* :" 
flXX' al€l xa^€irJ9 r' ciq kcH cSfrvka p^Coi, lo 

tt9 (A Tis fiifanjTtu ^Obvcraijos OcCoio 
^v, otaiv ivaaaCy warJyp d' &s ijinos fjev. 
i^' 6 fih €P vi/ja-<j^ lOHTCU Kparip* iXy^a 7r6,a\(i>Vy 
vviufyris iv fieyipoian KaXvyjrovSy ^ fiiv AviyKji 
&)(€(* 6 d' ov bCvarai fjv TcarpCba yaiav lKi(r6ac 15 

^ yip ol vipa vfj^t eTn^r/xot Koi Iraipot, 
oi^ Kiv fiw vijiofincp cw' eifpia imra OaXiaarris, 
^ oS 7rat5' ieyenrfirbv imoKT€WCU ixefxiaaiv 
oboie vurcrififvov' 6 V l^ fxerct irarpos dK<n))\v 
it TUXoy ^aB4riP ^d' h AaKibalfixyva Nau * -^^ 



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' t4kvov ip.hv, -aoUv (r« eiros ^iy& IpKos ibovrmV 
ov yap bri tovtov fisv i^o'vKewTas v6ov ahrif, 
<iis ^ TOt KeCvovs 'OSiiffriif d-ttoTlfrerat ik0^v ; 
TTjAf'fiaxoi' 8c (TV i!(ixifrov iTiLcrrafiivcus, 5vva<T(u. yhpt 

jAUTjiTT^pes fi' ^c i^/fl TroAtjjiro-fg a'noviiovTai.' "Tm 

Z«aB dDspfttoIies Henoes to Calypao'a isle. 
'H po, Koi "E/jfieiW, uior ipCkov, avrCov T/vha' 
' 'Epfitia' tru yap aJre t(1 t dXAa ir^p &yye\6s iaaC 

votrrov 'OSfo-oTJos roAairfijjporoSj^ (us (te v^rat ' ' 
oiJTe Oi&v Ttofi/jni owe fli^rwy avSpaniav' 
AXA' S y eTTi oxfSiijs iroAuS^irfxou mj/iara wttirxaii' 
iJ/Mirf k' ekoaThi 2j(q3iVjiJ tpt^aiKov Xkoito, 
4>oi^Kwi' Js yoTcu', ot ayx^i'fleoi yeytioffty, 
ol^ K^J fiiif irepl Kripi. Otov is rt/i^o-ovirt, 
■n^^jfovffiv 8' In 1^1 (jyiKriP is irarpfSa yaiav, 
jfoAjctiv Te xpi'iT'tSi' re fiXts (irfl^rd, re So'irej, 
^o'AA', Sff ii' 0^6^ TTore Tpofijs i^'^par' 'Obva-treiii, 
ft iTfp aTT^fiaiv ^\d(, Ka\aiv avo \riChos attrav. 
£>s yap 01 poip' ioTi ipCKovs f Itifiv Koi iKfcrdai, 
oIkov (s injioporpov ko-I i^v is itarplSa yaiav.' 

*fls itpar , oib Airfflijirg btaKTopos apyfi<p6vn]s. 
airtK ^TTEiS' imo ■nocralv iZrjiraro Koka ttihtKa, 
a/i^poina^ Xpiatia, Ta imv (pipov ^p.h> 1^' iyp^o 
^!' its' aiifCpova yaiav Sfia -nvoi.^ &v4fioio. 
(IXero hi pd^bov, rg T caihpSiv Sp^ara 0(Xyei 
&v i6ik(if Tovs 8' avre k<u imvaiovTas lyeCpet. 
Tr)v ixera xtp<riv ^xaiv wirfro itpari's apyfi(f>6vrriS' 
ritfpirjp 6' firi/3as e£ aWepoi ljj.Tteo6 tiduti^- 



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8s T€ Korh bcivoifs kSXttovs akbs irfwyiroio ^ 

IxOvs iyptia-a-oov irvKipa irrcph beirrai iXfArf . / 

T^ tfccAjOsr vo\4€ar<nv ixifjararo Kt^fxao-iv *Epjut^s. ' '^ 

iXX' &•€ 8^ r^v v^oror iipUero Trj\60* iovtraVf 55 

&d* Ik irtfvrov )3a9 locihios ijiTcipdi^c 

^icv, ^pa fA^ya (nrios 7k€to, ro l2;i v6iMf>ri 

Wid; evirX((icafU)s* r^r 6' hfboOi Tirfxev iova-OLV. 

np ijhf hr €(F\ap6^i,v fiiya icatero, ttiXSBl ^ Sbfiti 

n&pov T evK^iroio 6vov r ava v7J<rov 6b(ab€i 60 

^(MiUvcap' ^ 5' ivbov aoibi,iiov<r iin KoXfj^ 

wrii; hroixpfihrrj yjyvcr^iri K^pKiS H^awcv, 

ftjy bk (nrioi ifKJyl ir€(l>vK€i TiyXc^rfoxra, 

Kk/fipq T cSy€ip69 T€ KoL €V(ibr]s Kinripura-os* 

hf6a bi T ipviBfs roawa-bn'cpoL rfmfoi^o, 65 

(TKmis T tprjKis T€ T(ur6yX(i)a<roC T€ Kopiavai 

^hiKiOJL^ T^frCv T€ OaXiatna epya fxifxrjXev, 

5? y carrov t€t6jjv<tto irepl (nreCovs yka<j>vpou} 

^|*€/MS fjpdaxray TcOrjXei, bk araxfivXfja'i' 

WKU y ki^Crjs TtCavpcs p4ov ibaTi Acvk^, 70 

TAiyo-foi iXkriXoiv rrrpapLfxivat, HkXvhs SXKr]. 

ifufi bi k€^fJL&v€S fjLoXaKol lov rjbi aeXCvov 

^X€OJr bda k IvciTa Koi iBivaros irep hr^XOiav 

^ffmuTO Ibiav koI T€p<j>0€Cr] (jypeaiv fjaiv, 

o^a (rrbs Br\€vro biiKTOpos apy€i(f)6vTris. 75 

"wip €ir€t8^ irdarra i^ Orfria-aTo 6vfjL<a, . _ 

wrfc' Sp eJs evplb airios rjXvOev* ovbi fxiv iirnjv 

Tfyvotrjirfv Ibovca Ka\tnfra>, bia OeitaVy 

^ yip T iyvQT€S Beol &\Xrj\oL(n irikovrai 

^MifOToi, ovb^ el Tis im&npoOi b<apLaTa vaUi, 80 

®w Ip ^ObvcfTrja luyaX-qfropa €vbov heryi^v^ 

^ i y iv iumjs KkaU KaffripLevos^ evda iripos 'Rt^^ 



0ATS2EIA2 E. 

iaKpvm Kol (TTOvaxjjfft koX oAyecrt OvjMV fpf\6i 
[tto'i/toi/ iit' &TpvyiTOii bfpKfantTO bixpva kd^uiv']. 
'EpiitCav 6' fpitiVf Kakin^ii, &ia Sfoair, 
ill 0p6vif iSpuffaaa ipaeiv^, cFiyaXoftm' 

' TCwrt ijj>i, 'Epuda x/""rop/S«iri, tlXriXovBas 
alhoi6s re <j>lkos re; it6.pos ye fiiv oS ri 6aiJ.l(fa. 
avSa n tjipovteis' reAeVat S^ fi« 6vft^ intaytv, 
fl Swap-ai. TfAeirac ye koj, «t TerfXttrfj^vov iur(v. 
[oAA' Ittco T^poriptii, tva roi Trap fefi/ia flei'io.]' 
°iis apa (/jujiJ^o-atra flea Tropeflrjiice Tpixefav 
afi^poHrjs TrA^tracrOj K(pa(T<re 5e vixrap ipvdpov. 
avrhp b irive ko^ ^irfle dKiKTapof tl/>yet(/io'M^s. 
ovrap ^wei 6etTOi;<re Kal ijfjope flu^oii ^BtuSp, 
Koi Tore Sij ^(c eireoTTw £/i«t^d/^twJs' ■apocrffiiKi/' 



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' ElpuiTqs jx ikdovra 6(a fieoV avrap iyi^ rot 
injp,€pT4ais Tw foiOov ewmrqffa)' K^Aeat yAp. 
Zeis i/U y ^vcayfi hfvp' eAfl^nep ovk iOiXovra' 
Tis 6" &" iKmv Totra6vb( ttabpdfioi oAp.upoi' Cfloip 
arrntTOp; ovbi ns &y\i ^porSiv wdAij, ot re fleoww 
Eepd T£ pi(pviTi. Kol i^atrov^ iKaroji^as. 
AXXh fiAX' o6 isois loTi, Ai^s voov olyio^tMO 
oifre ■jsapf^fXdfi!/ &XXov 6ehv ovd' oAwSffoi... 
<^<ri Tot ay8/)a jropeTi'ai diiupcoroToii SAAuv, 
T&v ivbpmv oi 5,arv iv4pt TlpiAp.ow iiA)(pirro 
tlvifTf^, fiewtri^ Be -noKiv T:^pa-airres f^ijiTOV 
oIko^'" Arap eV piJffT^ 'AflijuafTji/ oXfrouro, 
;J a(f)W fTiQpir avtpAv t£ xaKOi' Koi Kvp.ara fxaKpa. 
[fofl' fiAAot fxtu TftSin-eff iiiT^tpBidev i<r$Koi eraipoi, 
7-^ 8' ^a fieCp' ^/e/Ao's re ipipuiu Koi icii^ WAocr^e. 
roil iffv <r r/iruyti iiroiieijiiTeneu otti Ti.\v<n(i' i 



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5. 0ATS2EIA2 E. 81 

oAA hi ol fjLoip^ ^<rrl (jyCkovs r IhUiv Koi iKiaOai 

mov h i^6po(^v koI kriv h varpCba yaiav/ 115 

Qs (l>iTOi plyrj<r€V hi Ka\in/ra>, bia Ocicav, 
Kol fuv (fxavi^aaa htta itT^poevra TrpooTfiba* 



BeluotantiLy the goddess consents. 

ot re deals iyiaarOc vap avbpia-iv evvAC^aSai, 
^aSijyi;, rjv rk re (jyCKov iroirjo'er &koCt7jv. 120 

4y fikv St 'X2p^i;' lAero pobobdicrvkos 'Hws, 
T6(l>pa ol TfydacOe Oeol peia (j^ovresy 
^m ynv kv ^OpTvyCu xpv(r66povos "Aprcpus hyvri 
oh aycofois fieXiea-aiv iTSoiypixhrq KaThr€<f>V€V. 
As V ornoT ^laa-CoDVi hrnXSKapLOS ArijxrJTripy 125 

« OvyJa ci^aa-ay ixiyq (^lArfrryrt kolL evvfj 
vfi^ ipi Tptir6X(i^' ovbi brfv fJ€V Sttvotos 
Zevy, Ss fiiv KaTht^t^v^ fiaX^v apyrJTi^K€pavv(^. 
As y a? vvv /mot iyourOey Oeol, fiporbv ivbpa Trapeivat, 
^^v likv iy(i>v ia-axaaa Trepl rp&nios Pe^aQra 130 

owi;, iTreC ol inja Ooriv &pyfJTi K€pavv& 
Zeus (kaas iKicura-c fi4a-(d ivl oXvottl TrSvTia, 
[hff SXXoL fjikv iriirres ii.'ni^OiOeu 1(tO\o\ iraipoiy 
m 5* ipa bevp^ &V€ix6s re (piptov koI Kvpia TreXao-o-e.] 
'^ likv iyia ^CK'e6v re koL h-p^^ov, 7jlb\ ^(paaKOV 135 
Hfffiv iBivarov koL iyrjpoap ijfJLaTa irAvra, 
W cirel oi itoos lori Aibs v6ov alyiSxoio 
wrc iropcf eX^etr SXXov Oebv ovff dA.ict)<rai, 
*flpfr(i), €l fjup Kcwos eirorpijvet, koI ivdyei, 
*4ro» iif dTp6y€T0v. irifiylfo) bi p,iv oi! irrj ky& ^c \^ 
^yip /ioi vdpa P7J€5 iTTijperfxoi koX iToipoi, 

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tturdp 01 iip6tfipa}v vrroSii o-o/iai, oi5' (iriKeiiCTw, 
(OS K€ fiiK' (IcTKjjfl^s iV ifttTpffia yatau titijrai.' 

' oCrtu iTJu dTTOTrefure, Aids 6 ewoirf^eo luivw, 

Us &pa tj>aiini<ras an^^i] upatiji iipyet<li6i/n]S' 



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Calypso infonns Odysneaa, and bids him bnild a boat, 

T) 8' eff 'ObviTirria fifyoA^ropo iroVi'ia wJfx^j; 
»;t, tire! S^ Zijfos ra^ieXvec CtyyeAtawy. is< 

t6v 6 ap «jr dut^s *5p« (ca^^tiej^oy* oibt iiot' oairf 
baKpVOI^tV TfpiTOVTO, KaT(C^€TO 5J yXuKus oiS)!' ^H 

voarov dSvpOfiivi^, iitfl ovKtri. ^vhavf irvp^t]. ^M 

oXA' ]J Tot vvKTai fiiv iaifetriceu koJ di/dyicjj ^| 

iv witriii yka^vpdim nap' oiiK IBtXiov IBfKovin)' ij) 
^piara S' eu ■stiTpr^iri km ijidvtaai, xaBC^aiv 
Ip^pvai Kot cFTOCavviiTi icai aAyetri ft^/xov fp^flmu] 
mJuroi' ^tt' arpiyerov bepKiarKero h&Kpva. kfl^iav. 
ay)(pv B' ima\iivr] itpoire^iivte Sid ^etiiuw 

' Kdfipope, fii; /toi er eyfliB' dSiipfo, /jhjS^ roi aluv i6e 
tpOivdrto' ^bri yap ire fidXa irpdi^pnircr' dxcwtfii/fo), ^| 
dAA' 6.yf boipara liaxpa Top-uiv apfioCfo xoXki^ ^M 

tiptian Q^(hii\V Lrap iKpia ttt/^oi ii!. avrrjs fl 

v^ov, ojs fff ipiprfdw i-n ))epoei5ta irtJiToi'. 
a£rap ^(ii virov koi {!3<up koI otin)!' ipvSpiai 
hiS^a-ta nfvoeiKi", & (tec rot \tp,hv IpvKoi, 
cifMira t' AfiijiUtrai, ■aip.yp-oi 8e rot oEpon o-imrdev, 
(lis Kt (tiiA' ao-Kfjfliis cHjc iroTpiSa yaiMJ ^Kifai, 
oT Kc fltoi y' efl<'A(o<7i, roi oipawoi* eiipiiv (\oviTUi- 
oi fiev <j)fpTepoi etiTi iio^cat re Kpf|«aC t(.' 



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5. OATS2EIA2 E. 83 

tiro, pCyrjaev hi TtokSrkas bios '0Sv<r<r€V5, 
jxavriiras lirca irrepSevra TrpooTjvba' 

n bii (TV, ^co, r6b€ firjb^iu ovd4 tl TtofjLit^v, 
ecu a-x^blri TT^piav yAya Xavrjuui 6dKiff(n\%^ 

ipyaXiov re' to h^ oi6' ittl vrjes iurai 175 

Tre/xW-w, dyoXXJfxercu Aios oifx^. 

yiiv i^KtiTi (ri$€V (r)(€bCrjs iinfiaXriv, 

1 rkabis y€y Bea, fjJyav ipKov diwatrai 

I ovTiD injfjLa KaKhv PovXevcifjicv &XXor/ 
irOy fxeCbrja-ev hi KaXv^ox, hla O^iMVy 180 

\jLiv Koripe^ev htos r iffKLT Ik t dv6fxaC€V 
7] dXiTpSs y i(r(rl koH ovk aTro(f><i\ui ethics, 
•bv fivBov hr€<f>pi(rOrjs i.yop€v<raL, 

rSbi yaia Koi ovpavhs evpvs ivfpOe 
iT€i,p6[jL€vov ^Tvyhs ihoDpy Ss T€ p.iyiGTOs 185 
v&rards re tiikei ixaKipecai Sfouri, 
4 avrQ injtJLa KaKov PovXevaifiev iXXo. 
Iikv voio) Koi <l>pd(T<roiJLai,f Saa &v ifwC 7t€p 
oCiirjv^ 6t€ ijl€ xpeto) tScov Xkoi* 
^pjoii voos i(TTlv ivaCa-Lfws, ovbi fwi aur^ 190 

t aT)]^e<r<rt (nbrjpeoSy &X)C ikerip.a>v/ 
>a <f>a>vrj(ra(r ^yi^o-aro hla Beitav 
M>s' 6 6' Iwetra fxer l\via jSatye Bfoio, 
Tretoy y\aff>vpov Bkos T}b\ koL ivr^p, 
/xh; ivBa KaBi^er M Bp6vav hBcv iviarrj 195 

vv[Kf)7j 6' er^^et TpApa irao'ca; ibcaHiv, 
il TiCveuf^ ota Pporol ivbpes ibovaiV 
\vtIov IC'^v ^Obv(T(n\os BeCoiOy 
p &iil3poo'[r}v bixoial Kal v^KTop iBriKOV. 
dvcCaB* cTOtfta TrpoKeCfxeva \€ipas taXkov. 200 
el rip^cav eSrynJos rfbi Tror^ros, 
juv^wi^ ^pX'e KaXvxjrlay hia 6€<iuAV* 

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though, she would fain keep him witb her. 

' Aioyevis AatpriiSr], TroAu/i^xai'' 'OBuo-irtii, 
oCroj 8^ oiKovbe tjtCKTjv es ■warpiSa yaiov 
airUa vvv f$i\(is Ihiai, ; tri 6e X"'/'* •^*' enjrijj. 
« ye /ien eiSei'ijs o^cri 0p«o-'ti' Sco-a roi oiffa 
Kq8e' oj/aTrA^o-oi, iipii' TrnTpCBa yaioi' iKetrflai, 
evdihf K avdi, fiivoiv itap inol robf 5mfia <livk6.i 
a$avaT6s t f'tjs, Iii(ip6ij.(v6s ittp Ibia-Oai 
(rqc 5\oxoii, Trjs alh> etXBcai jf/iara Tcavra. 
oi pAv 6t]p (tei'wjs ye x^P^^"'" f^'X*'/*"-' ^^i^*! 
ov S^/ias, ou6e i^tf^v, «jrtl ov Wibf otSi ^oiw 
Opirras adair&TTjiTi Sepis Kal effioj ipiCtiv.' 

' TiOTva Ota, p-q fioi rtfSe ^^tSeo' ocSa Kdi atrrbs 
JTiWa /jcIA', oiiiJejca o-eio lapi^puiv YlT}VfK6'r!na 
elBos &KL&poTipri p.iy^Q6s t iiuivra lhi<rdai- 
^ ^Ji" yap ppoTos itrn, mi 8 o^tbiiros fial dy^pcos, 
tUAo KO( &s «5^A(o Koi t*A6o/xat 'ip-ara irdiTa 
oIkoS^ r' iKQip-fvai koI io<jTip,ov ^p.ap i^/o-flot. 
ei 8' av Tis pah\iTi. 6eiiv fvt ohom novrta, 
TK-qiTop.ai. iv a-r^Sfa-mv ^(ov TaXaicnOta Ovfxov 
iJS?) yap p^AXa tto'AX' iiradov Koi JioAA, (fioyritra 
Kvp,a(Ti Koi TToA/fift)' fxtra koI to'Sc rotat ytviir&u,'' 
"ils ^<paT , -qitiios 8' ap e8u koI *iri ku^^os ^Aflc 
^ASoifres B' 5/>a Tta ye ^t^S (nreibus yXo^upoto 
repniiT&TfV (/jiAoTTjri, irop' dAXijAoftri pAuovres, 

The boat-building. 
Hftof 2 ijpiyo'eia f/xitu] /5o8oB((((i-uAos 'Hif, 



5. OAYSSEIAS E. 85 

Xenhv icat \api€Vy trepl hi (dvriv jSdXer Z^t 

m T^rr '08u<r<r^i jjLeyaXrJTOpi, jjLrjbero TToixirriv. 

h&Kev ol irikcKW [liyav^ ipfxevov iv iraXdfxrjat,, 

XiXK€OVy &fi<l>OT4po>$€V iKayjiivov' oArap Iv avr^ 235 

(nctXeibv vepiKoXXis ^Xdivov, ei kvaprip6s' 

W/c€ 8' hrcira (TKiirapvov H^oov rjpx^ 8' oboXo 

v/fffov iir eoxttTt^y, oOi bivbp^a fmKph TT€(f)'6K€L, 

KkfjOprj T aXyeipSs r , iKdrrj r' fjv ovpavoiMrjicrfs, 

oSa iriXaiy irepU-qXa, rA oi TrXcootci; €\a<f>pQs. 240 

map €7€i5^ bcl^* 061 bivbpea ^Kpa Tre^vicei, 

ij iiJev i^rj TTpbs b&fxa KoXin/ro), bla decicoz^, 

ovrap 6 rd^vero bovpa' 60m b4 ol fjwro Ipyov. 

iUoiri 8' licjSaXe Ttdvra, ireXiKKYja-ev 8' &pa xoXkw, 

^(rae 8' iirurTaiiivois koI em ardOfXTjv I6vv€v. 245 

To^pa y €V€tK€ riperpa KoXin/ro), Sta dcdcoi;* 

fkrfKr\v€v y Spa irdrra ical rjpfxocrev dXXrjkoKTi,, 

yoft^urtr 8' Spa tt}i; yc Kal apfJiovCrio'Lv dpacraev. 

oo-croi; T& r l8a</>os njos ropvda-erai hrqp 

(jioprlhos eifpcbjs, cB cZ8a)s rcKTocrvmcoz;, 250 

ToVcoi; hr €vp€iav (rx^blrjv iroirjcraT ^Obvao-evs, 

txpia hk aTri(ras, apapa)v Oapiicri aTafjiCveacn,, 

^ofcf irap iiaKpfja-iv iirqyKevCbecra'f. reXeura, 

^ y hrrbv TTo&t Koi iTrUpiov dpfxevov avrw* 

irpjy 5' ^a ^fidXtor 7rot?]<raTO, o<^p' lOvvoi. 255 

^pd^c 5^ fxw' plirea-a-i biafxirepis olavtini<n 

f^lULTos eZXap ifi€V' moXXriv 8' c-ffcxeiJaro {IXryz;. 

r6(f>pa hk (j>dp€ Iv€IK€ KoXin/ro), 8td Oedcov, 

^(a voLrj(ra(r6a(.' 6 S ^ T€xyv<^CLTo koL rd. 

^ y Mpas re icdAov? re 7r<J8as t ivibrjaev iv avrr}, 260 

MoxXoicrii; 8' Spa rjji^ ye KareCpvaev c£s SXa ?>iau. 



0d7«Miia starts ttom Ogygia, 

ftfiard T afitjiUtraaa dutuS^a Kol Xoviraa'a, 
fv be 01 do-KOi' ^5f(Ke fleS fteXoiios otuoio 
roil erepoVf irfpon S' -EBaros }i.iyav, iv hi Koi 17a 
KiofivKif (V be ol o\jia rlBei. ftevoeiK^a iroXAa" 
ovpoD 3^ TtpofTjKev aTtriiiovi. t« Aiapdi' re. 
yrjBoirwos B' oBpu) ir^Tau' !<rrfa Sios 'OSuj-o-oIs, 
aurap o TTJiBoXdji Wiiytro Teyv'tfiTms 
ijUfvos' oite ol vitvos firl ^Ketfidpoitrii/ i-Trime 
Ilkrii6£as t ea-opSnm. nal &<^e hvovra 'Roiarqv 
'ApKTOv 0', i/u Kot afia^ai/ fTTliAriaur KoXeovirw, 
ij T airoS orpiijieTai, KaC r 'UpCiava BoKedetj 
olri 8' &jip.op6s tort Aoer/ywi/ 'HKfovoio' 
Trjv yap Eij fHii Hvmye KoAin/fi, Bia fleami', 
iTovroTtopevei^evai, tTt" dptore/ja x.^V'^S' l^"*''''*' 
^TTTa 8« Koi S^KO /lei' irKiei) ^/lara irowoTro(}eTJo)i», 
dKra)Kai,5e(t(iru 8" t^dnj dpEO »rKio'(rro 
yaiij? <l>an(NUJi', oflt r' ayxi-crroi/ ■aikai avr^' 
ero-aro S' ws ore jiwoi' ^11 ^epoeibh irdw^. 

Poseidon sees him, raiaea a storm and wieoka Ii 
Tov 5' ^^ AEdtdn'O):' ivii^v Kpeloiv iiiotrC)(0ta>i> 
■niXoOev Ik SoXij^oji' ipewv 'tbev eitraro ydp ol 
TToVroi' lirnrXtiwi'" 6 8' l^tuo-aTO Kt^piBi. fiaXkov, 
mi'ijffas S^ Kapif wporl Su jivfliJiraTO 0vp6v 

' *11 TToVoi, ^ /iitXo 6^ p.ere^aC\eii<Tav Beo\ 6itXu 

ap,(f> 'OSvcr^i. lp.fto p,er' AWiiiire(r<nv touros, 

Ka^ 6^ ^oHjKuiv yaCrjs a-}((bbv, ivQa ol (^<Ta 

ixi^yieiv fi4ya -neipap iSiCuoj, ^ (xw Uoi-ei' 

oAA' /ti fitv fiCv ipJifiki £St)u tXiau nan^nvvo^; 



5. 0AT2SEIA2 E. 

I ils fh&iii (rijvayfv vftfiika^, fripa^e bi ttSvtov 
Wfpai TpCamav iXtiv' vatra^ &' dp60vvfv d^AAa; 

mjam Ofiiou Koi ii6vtov ipiipa 6' ovpavodtv vi£. 
I irw !' ESpo'y Tf Ndros r' e7r«f7t Ze<pvp6s ts fiuo-a^s 
(HI Bopejjr oiflpifyei^rijs, /leya icCfia nvAfrBioi'. 
li ror' 'OSuffiT^os Xi/ro yovvora. ita! rfilKov ^TOp, 
f "x^ffof 8' Spa tlire irp&s 81/ ^ryaX^ropa fltjfwii'" 

'j (i' li^w* ^u TTo'iry, Trptf ■aarpCSa yaiav iKtadat, 

lAys" drairXjjffeiy to B^ S^ evv -nAirra TfKtiTai, 

vftp4e(TtTi iifpicn^^ft aiipavov fhpiiv 

[ Ztur, ir&pa^f 8e irtS/T^w, inirnT^pxovtn, 3' SeAXat 

■ TUTofu:' cu'cfxuji'. viJc ^oi <rus' aiTn/s okf0pos. 
■fpw(til«apes Aauaoi /cai r«Tpii*((s, o'i rrfr' okovro 
BTjwfj) ft) eipfCll, X^P^" 'ATpeC57((n tjiipovres. 
1 fc i^ ^ytS y' o^fkov davifw Kol TTtir/ixoii ^[(nrtiv 

■ ||iaTi r£ Sre f/jjt TrXeitrroi )((iAk^p«o 8o5po 

BT/»es iiri^pi'yfrrw -itrpl YlijKeCiavi 6av6vTi. ■ 

■ tp jc' fXaxow KTfpliav, nai p.(v kKIo-! ^yov 'h\ai.oi- 
P J&F J^ fie Kfvyakita davAri^ (tfiapro ahmvai.' 

s ipa iiiv (I'Hoi'T ^Katrfii fiiya mS/ia xar' &Kpr]s, 
^iviiv i-HftraviJ.tvov, irepi 8i o^eSirji' eAAife. 

« X£ip£BC ttpo^rjKf ftiaov hi o\ Ittov la^e 

fw^ Hiayofihiiov ivepMU ik9ojioa flveAAoj 

*T^i>0 W OTreipoii koI iirUpiov ffiiieo-f ttoitui, 

™ 8" Sp' im6^pv)(a 6tjk€ Trokvv xfiovov, olb' ihvv&adr] 

*Wa yilp ^' f^Apvvt, TO ol -nopf h'la. KciXvv\r<ii. 



' riKVOV ii^-hv, Ttolov crt (iros tjivyev ^kos ibdimov 
ob yap 5^ Tovrov fihr i§oi\ev<ras v6ov aM\, ij 

us 7J TOi Ktivovs 'OSvfftir ttTforitrerai iKQiiv ; 
Tr]k4p,axoi> 8« "v ire/ii/'Oi' i'niirrafitvuis, bwaaM yap, 



a Oalypao'H ials. 
*H pa, Kal 'Epp-eCav, vibv (j>£\oi), &vtIov rjvba' 
' 'EpiitCa' ail yap avre rd, 7 SWa ittp 3yy<Xo's iim' \ 
vip^iXI ivKiiOKapAo iiniw injjifpria ^ovkriv, . 

vooTOv 'OEi'trif^os ToXatrtcppoyq^i los lit viiyrtu ^'*'*1 
oire 6e!ov Tiopm^ oiJre Bvryr&v avdptiTtioV 

T/fiaT-f k' tiKooT^ 2x«p"ji' fpi^Uikov Xkolto, 
^aojKiov fs yalav, o\ ay)(iOfot yeyctao-Wj 
oil k(v ij.iv iifpi KTJpi 6eov Sis np/ifTovai, 
Ttfpyjfovinv 6' iv vi]l <I>IKjiv li warpffio yaiav, 
XoXkov t« y^viTov Tf &kis icrQ^Ta Tf £6vTes, 
no'XA', Sa hi ovb( wore Tpofijs i^r/par' 'OSvircreirs, 
ti "ntp airtifiiov ijkBf, Xox<uc aitb \ijiBos a'trau. 
iff ydp ol p-oip' (wrl (fiikoiis r tbinv koI iKta-dai 
oIkov is irijiopotpop Kal i^v is itarpCba yalav.' 

Us t^ar , oib dx(9j)(re SidiKropos hpyeupSimjs. 
airriK eitfiO' vno Troamii e5^<raro KoXa ir/StXa, 
aji^potTM, xpi<yfLa, ra fuv ^ipov Tjpkv f</i' vyp^n 
)]5 ^TT ^.-sfipava yalav &p.a in'otjis hrip-oio, 
(IXfja h'i pa^bov, TJ} r' dvhpav Sfmara dikyn 
Sip i0i\fi., rovs 6' avre koL imvdovras iy^Cpei. 
r^ii jiera x^P"^^" ^X'"" TFTero Kpariis ipyiiipovTrjs, 
Uiepajv ^' etnfia.s i^ aWepos tiiittTe Tiovrnf" 



5. 0ATS2EIAS E. 79 

& re Kara bcwois kSXttovs &^os irpvyiTOio ^ 

^X^9 iypdira-cov irvKivh irreph beierai SXfirj' . / 

ry IkeXp y TroXiea-aiv dxrj^CLTO KCfxafriv ^EpfAjjs. -* "^ 

iAX' 8rc 8^ r^j; i^iroi; ixl)lK€TO rqk6$' hvaavy 55 

&0* jfc v6vTov phs lo€ibios i]'n€ip6vb€ 

fjiof, S<f>pa fiiya airios tfcero, t& ivi iriii^ri 

Wio; evirX($icafA09* r^r 8' hfboBi riryL€V iovaav, 

vip pkv hf €(ryap6<l>iv fxiya KaCero, rqkoOt, b^ dbiiri 

K&pov T evKciroio Oiov r ava vfjaov dbdbei 60 

htoiUvcav' fj b^ ivbov iuoibiijovcr iiii, koXt), 

mhv hioixoiihrt] yjnxr^lri K^pKiS i<i>aiv€V, 

Kk/jOpri T aLy€ip6s re kolL eidbrjs KViripurfros. 

ifda b4 T opvidcs TcawfrCirrepoi eivaCovrOy 65 

n&ffis T tpTjKis T€ TcarCykaxra-oC re Kop&vai 

duiKuu, T^trlv re BaK6.(r(na ipya fxifxrjXev, 

4 y airrov Terijrvaro Tt€pl (nrcCovs ykaKpvpou) 

^f^pcs ^)3cS(o<ra, TcOrjkfi bi aTa(f)vkfi<n' 

KfSjmi 8' €^€679 irCavpes piov vbari A€i;k$, 70 

ih\(riaiL iLkkqkdnv rerpapiyAvai i}sXvbis &kkr\. 

i^ hk kcifi^vcs ixakaKol tov fjbi cekCvov 

9ri\€(W ivOa k lirctra koL idivaros ircp hrekO^v 

9ifrj(nuT0 Iboav koL T€p<f)6€Cri <f)p€aiv fjaw, 

bOa aras 6i\&,to bi&KTOpos apy€L<f)6vTris. 75 

ttJrip €7t€iJb7i Ttivra k^ 6rjri<raT0 dvyu^y _'__, 

vMk if els cvpv <mios rjkvOev' ovbi p,iv hrrqv 

^jyvolriirev Ibovca KaXin/ra>, bla OeJuav, 

o4 yip r &yvciT€S Beol akkrjkoKn irikovraL 

Mbarot, ovb* cl ris int&npoBt, bdjiara z^a^ei. 80 

•is* ip *Obv(rarja pLeyakrJTopa €vbov IrerjiLcv, 



SoKpvffi Ka\ OTovoxjjo'i xai, akytai, Ovjibv fpi)(8ait> 
[ttoutou eit OTpvyfTov iepnecrKfTO StU/wa Kii^Uiii]. 
'EpHfCav S' lp4fW€ Ka\v^b>, Sia dAUUV, 
iv dpovif ibpuaaira tpativ^, atyaXoarrf 
' ' Ttjire j:ioi, 'E/i/xefa )(pvcr6^pa-!!i, (lk^\ov0as 
alSoiis Tt 0&O£ rt; iriipos ye fiiu 06 rt fla/t^fttc. 

(I fijii'a^xax reX^trat ye koL ei TfTfKetri^fvov i(rr(v. 
[aW' IWeo nporffioi, hia toi iiap fttria flei'tu.]' 

d;i;8pO(r^7]s irA^o-oira, Kcpafftre S^ vinrap epvOpof. 
avrap 6 itive koI ijirfle Sidicropos dpy«i0oi^!, 
au7^ E^ei SeiVi'iiiTe koI i/pape Ovp-ov fSoiS^, 
Kal ToVt St; (iiv lueo'trti' hitu^ofuvos Tipocrifntfii' 

He bids her to relsose Odyaaaiia. 
' Elpa^Tqs pi iXQovra 6m 6i6v avrap iyd rot 
vr)p(pT4ois TOO fiSOov evimr^a-io- ic^Xfai ydp. 
Zfvs fp.4 y ^jJiiyei Seup' IXdefiev ovk ideXovra' 
t(s h' iji fK&iv T0<rcr6vbe ^iaSpap,oi aXiivpov Sdap 
atmfTov; oib4 Tis iiyx' fipormi/ ttoXij, o^ re Beourt 
Itpd T( pi^ova-t Koi l^airovs ixaroji^as. 
&XXa, p.ak av itms 4<m Atos ftJov alyi6\0U3 
oSre irape^eKSflv SAAou fltou oBfl' ^iSu-ai.. 
^qo-f roi cipSpa irapetyat diCvptaTorav &XX<oy, 
raiv &iibp&v 0' &aTV ■nipi HpitlfitHo fia}(owro 
fii^titrts, heK&rif 6e ttoAii' Tvipvavra (^Sijtnii' 
oiKaB'" drap fv voVti(1 'Adjivahiv akCrovro, 
i] a^iu tTTrnpo'' &vtpt6i/ re k<i\ou koI in!/iOTO paupa, 
[twfl' fiAAot ^/ei" TTi^Te! hri^OtOfu to-flXoi tralpoi, iia 

TOW S' &pa hevp' apfjios r< <p(pcov Kal Kvp.a TrtAairffC.^^* 
rw/' *w' (t' 7/Wyei a7T07rtp.ii€f«i' orri TAx.tirra' 



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5. OATSSEIAS E. 81 

^ y^ ol Trjb^ ataa (f)CKo>v imovdvc^iv 6ki<r6ai, 

^' hi ol fioip iari <f>0\,ovs r Ibietv koI iKiaBai 

oiKov is iy^6po<f>ov koL I^v ks TtarpCba yaiav/ 115 

Qs (jiiro, piyr\(r€v h\ KaXin/rct>, hla B^ioaVy 
«a/fm> (fxavrja'atr itrea irrcpocvra irpotrrjiba' 



Beluotantly the goddess consents. 

* IxkKioC lore, 6€ol, CrfXrjfJLOves i^oxov SAXcoi;, 
ot T€ $€019 iyiaa-Oc irap avbpda-iv eiv&Ceadai 
^M^tV> ^^ '■^5 ''^ <t>Ckov TTOLTJa-er iKoCrqv. 120 

4y Itev 8t 'ilpC(»)v iXero pobobdKrvXos 'Hcbs, 
Ti(j>pa ol 7Jy6xur6€ O^ol peta C^ovres, 
fws fuv h ^OpTvyCfi )(jyv(r6Bpovos "ApTcpus ayirq 
ots ayapols p€Xi€<T<n,v k'noi\opLhrq KaT^€(l>v€V, 
4s V oTTcJr' ^laaCoiVi hrnkSKafios AriyLrjrrjpy 125 

« Oviuo cl^acra, fxCyrj ^iXorqri Kal evvfj 
»ft© hi Tpuitikf^* ohb\ br)V ijez; S'ttvotos 
^9, is pLiv KaTiiS€<i>vi PaK<av &pyrJTi^K€pavv^. 
•s 5* a5 iw juwi iyourOty Oeol^ fiporbv &vbpa irapeivai, 
Tov fihf kyiiv Icrodocra ircpl rp&nios fiefia&Ta 130 

ow», ^^crot vria Bofiv ipyrJTi Kcpavv^ 
Zeis (K<ras Ik^oo-ctc fi^cro) &l otrowi irSvTo^. 
[hff SXXot fihf iravTcs &Tr4(f}6t,6€v icBXol Iraipot, 
'w 5* ipa bevp* iv€fJL6s re (f)ipa>v koL KV[ia ireAao-o-e.] 
'■^p fA; iyfa (f}0s,€6v re ical h-p€<^0Vy r\b\ l<^aa-KOi; 135 

^(Tfu; iBivarov koI iyrjpwv ^fxara Trdvra, 
^ iirel oi irons ?<m Aihs v6ov alyioypio 
^€ 7raf>€^X^etr 2XAo2; Oeov oW bXi&fraiy 

*^W, cf /LUy IC6?r09 ilT0Tp6v€L KOI av<iy€L, 

fmcv h^ drpiyerov, iriix^ai b4 pnv ov inj €y<a y^' \^ 
^ yip pun v&pa jnj€s iTrqperiJLOi Koi ixoipoi, 

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5. OiTSSElAZ E. ^^ 

ot ah) liUi ■ninTTOifv iir ti/pia vara floXdtrffijF. 
avrip ol Ttpoippiiiv -fntoOi^croiMLi,, ovb^ (Trwevtroi, 
(OS ne ijA>l &irK>jdt)S rjv irarpCBa yaiiw tiojTai.' 

Tt)v 6' oBre irporriemi hi6.KT0poi apyatpiimjs' 
' ouTQi mv aTroirffiiif, Aibs 6' t-nonlCio y-rpiiDi 

*ils fipa KJxot^tras hni^i] Kpatvs &pyfi<fi6vTrp' 

CalTpso infoniiB OdyBBSus, and bids him build a ' 
^ 6' lit 'Obvcrtnja ^eyoX^ropa ttojtmi vvfufir) 

T^y 8' &p ii! &Kr7Js eS/w KaSJip^efOV ovb4 iror &Ti 
baKpvaijtiv Tipa-opTOf Karfl^ero hi yXvKiis oi^v 
voirrov dZvpop^ivif, iT!fi ouk^i ^^iSwe viji^Tf. 
oAV ^ 701 wJitras piv la.vi<fKe» KOt iuiiyicji 
tr oTT^enTi ')'\a((>upoi(r( irap' oix tflt'Aiai' i.6fkm<rg' 
{jlJMTa 8' ^u 7terpii<ri Koi ^loVetrirt koSC^iov 
\5dKpv(ri Kdl OTOiioYTio-i Kttt fiAyeffi flu/ioj; ep^x^wj 
irtliToc ^TT arpvyfTov btpK^irKfTO hdKpx/a \elfii 
ayxoS 3' 'uiranimi i!poiT(ij>tavff 5td fleiiuu' 

' Kdf^/xopf, f^i) fxoi er EvdiiS' <J8ijpeo, fXT)8c rot a] 
t()divlT(o' tJZi] yip ae p,ika t!p6<ppaaa &,i!oiiifi\^j 
aXK &ye bovpara f^aKpa rafiii' app,6C(o jfoXxi^ 
fipfiap <r}(fhCt}V arop tKpta irij^ai iif. avr^s 
v^ov, (OS (re ipepjicrLv iif ij<poei5('o irdiroi/, 
avrap iya ctItov Kat Cfiajp Kai oujov tpv&pov 
ivBiittio p,fvoiiKi\ & kIv Toi Ai/iioi; IpvKoi, 
(tfiarA T &ii(l)U(Ta>, iiip.'fra M toi oZpov omtrBfif, 
tos K€ niiX' aa-iajOiis triiP irarpiBa yoiof I((?jat, 
oT Kt fleoi y' id^kiotri,, roi ovpavov ripic l^'""'""'* 



5. OATS2EIAS E. 83 

<Ki//uif ^vritras lirea TrrtpSevra irpooTjiSda' 

9 /A6 fc^eot a-x^bbi ttc/xW fjiiya kalTfxa BaKixroTj^, 
kwov T iLpyaXiov re* to 8* <w6' iirl i;^€5 jurat 175 

ixhopoi ircpcSaMriir, dyoXXJfierai Ati; oi!/)<{>. 

ft H'/j /bto( rXedris ye, ^a, fi^oz; 5picov iiwinrai 
V^l tC iiot avTi^ mjfjLa KaKhv Povk€v<rifi€V &XXor.f 
^Qs <l)iTOf fxeCbriaev hk KaXv^«i>, bui SeioiVy 180 

oW 5^ rdi; pvOov hr€(l)pi(rOrjs iyopeva-ai. 

Wo yv9 r((5c ycua koI ovpavhs eipifs iv€p0€ 

wl ri KaT€ip6ii€V0V ^rvyhs Sboip, Ss t€ fiiyLfrros 185 

opK09 bcivikaTds re ir^Xet fJLaKip€<r(n ^eoio-i, 

ftij r( o-oi avr^ ir^/ia KaKov PovXeva^jxev &XXo. 

^cl rci lihf voifo ical <f>p64T<ropLCUy &(rtr hv ifwC itcp 

ttJrj iJorfioCiiriv^ foe /j^ X/^^ r({o-or tKOi' 

Kol yap Ifiol r((o9 lorh; haCa-ifwSy ovh4 jwi avrfj 190 

^jihs hi oTJ^^eo-o-t o-td^peo;, AXX' ^kerjixa>v/ 

*129 2pa <f>wirrf<raa ffyrja-aTO bla Seioav 
t^oXifuar 6 ft' liretra fier Ix^ta jSat^^e ^eoDo. 
%^ 5^ oTreiby yXoupvphv Ocos rjb^ Koi di^p, 
Ka(p j ^x^ lii^a KoOiCer M 6p6vov h$€v iviarq 195 
EpM€(a9, vifupii d' ertf ei 'jr^ipa iraoxu' idco^i^, 
meiff i^qH 7^c(9, ola PpoTcH ivhp€9 Ibovinv' 
^ 5' ivrCov TC^v 'OSvo-o^oy Oeloio^ 
H ^ Ttap ifiPpoirCrjv bji^al Kal v^KTop i6rjK(w. 
°' i eir' 6v€laff irolpLa itpoKfCfxeva X'^^P^''^ laXXov, 200 
^flp eirel rip^aav ebriTnios rfb^ iroTrJTOS^ 
''015 S^ fjMwv fipx^ Kakv^h^ 8td Ocdoov* 

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84 5. OATSSEIAS E. V 

thouEb. she would fain keep him with ber. ^B 

' Aioyaiis Aaepridfiij, ■::a\v}irt)^av 'Ohvaaai, ^^ 

oiJrtD 3^ otKovhe <l>lKr}v es itarpiba yaiait ■ 

avrlKa vvv kQikm Uvai. ', av hi x^'pe tai e;U7njs. S 

el yi lifv flSfCrjs (t^cti <ppiaiv oatra roi a'lra H 

etflii^e k' aEfli fUviov irap' (jmI rcJBe 8oil(ja 0ii\d£ri7ois 

OTIV &\oxpv, Trjs aliv eeAStai tiiiara iravra. 3 

ov bijxas, ovbk ipvTiv, (inl <ni ttids ovbi loiKf U 

fljiijr&s Sflaj'iirjjo-i bijias Kol etSoi ipl^fiv.' ^ 

T^c §' d7rafAec/3o/iei«3s iipocritlir] iiDXiJ/iTjrts 'OSuffirws 
' TTorva flfa, /xt; /aoi roEe x'"*o' olSa ica! atiros : 

iroira /itiA', oBueico ireib TrepC^/wic fli/i/eAiJ^reia 
ei5o! dKiByor^pi) fxeyfOos t eludvra ItitrdaC 
^ /ih) yop ^poTos iari, av B' AStii-aros Kai dyrfpuis. J 
&\ka KOI &! efi^Ato (cai e^ASo/xot rjiiara Trdi-ra 
d'koS^ r' iXSffXfi'ai Kol v6<mjiov ^ixap IbicrOai. 
et 8' av TLs paCjim Bemv Ivt otvom Ttivrif, 
rA^Vonai iv OT^QfirtTiv l)(o>v ToXaaevdia 6vfwv' 
ijSif yap i^dXa iro'AX' eiraBov icai ndAA' fiidyrj^a 
Kv)i.ain KoX -TtoXip-Y fieTa Kal ro'Sf rottri ytWcrfo),' 

'ill l^ar', iJ^Aios 8' ap e8lJ KQi «7rl Kvitpas ^Al 
eA0((i/re! S' iSpa t(5 y« Mt^xiJ inrefovs yAa^upoib 
TepTriadrjv (^lAdnjri, Trap' dAA^Aoicri fUvoirrts. 

-- Ths bortt-bnilding. 

"^ ni;M[ 8' iJ/wyA'tia </«ii^ /5oSo8(lim)\os 'His, 
liW'^ 6 /ikp xAaiyii' re x""^'"' " ^w""' '08u(r(r(is, 



5. OATSSEIAS E. 85 

AflrrJp Kot \apCeVy V€pl tk Ci^vr]v jSdXer' Z^i 
wX^ yfiva^lqV K€(f)aXfi S' i^ihepBe KoXvTrrp'qv' 
Koi rir '08u<r<r5t fieyaXrJTOpi firjbero Ttoixirrjv, 
i&Khf ol isiXeKW \iiyaVy &pfi€Vov ev 7ta\AfJLri<rLy 
' X^^ov, &fi(f)OT4p<a6€v &Ka)(fiivov avrap iv avr^ 235 
<n'6(X€(^ TC€piKaXX\s iX&ivoVi cS haptip6s' 
M/c€ 5' hr€iTa a-Kiirapvov ii^oov* rjpx€ S' oboio 
v/jffov iir i(rxP'Ti7Js, S6i bivbpca fiXLKph TT€<f)ijK€i, 
Kk/fOpTi T aiy€ip6s t\ IK&tt] r' riv oipavofxrJKrjSy 
(&a tt6Xm^ TrcpCKrjXa^ tA ol irXdotev €ka<l)p&s. 240 

okap iireiiri bei^* 061, bivbpea fiUKpa Tre^vicet, 
^ j^ ifirj vphs b&fxa KaXv\jf(o, bXa decicoz^, 
oirap 6 t6jiv€T0 bovpa' 60m b4 ol tjwto ipyov. 
fkofn y IkPoXc W(£iTa, 7rc\eicKTj<r€i; 8* &pa x^'^^) 
(^(ra€ b* €TturTaiiiv(os koi eirl (TTAdfjirjv t6vv€v. 245 

T6(j)pa y €V€tK€ riperpa KoXin/^o), bla OeAiov' 
'^(rptfuev 8' ipa Tfiirra kcI rjpiJLO<rev dXk/jkoLcriy 
y^p^ouriv 8' ipa Trjv ye koI apfxovCrjaiv Apaao-ev. 
Offcroi; r& t I8a</>0f vrjbs TopvdaeraL &v7ip 
^prCbos 6vpc6;s, c5 €Z8a)9 reKTOcrvmcoz;, 250 

TofTffov Iff eipeiav (rxeblrjv TroirjcaT ^Obvaaevs. 
^)Mi 8^ oTjJcra?, apapoav Bafxicri arapiCveaai, 
irofcr drSp fiaKpfjirLv kirrf/Kevt^^aa-i reXevra. 
^ y wrir TSoUi KoL iirlKpiov &pfX€Vov avT<^' 
vpis y Spa ^8<iA.toy 7rot?]<ra70, ^<^p' lOvvoi, 255 

^pifc 8^ fxir pttt^ctn bLajjLirepks olavtvua-i, 
'^luxros cZXop l/xcv* -ttoXX^i; 8' cirexet^aro vkrjv, 
^%)a 8^ <^>(Spe^ &€tK6 KoXin/ro), 8ia ^ecicoz;, 
*^fa vovrjo'aa'Ocu' 6 8' €il tcxi^o-cito Kal t(L 
*^ y iTt4pas T€ k6Xovs T€ TTobas T hibricev iv avrfj, 260 
MoxXouTij; 8* 2pa rjjr yc KareCpvaev ck &X.a 6iav, 



5. 0ATS2EIA2 E. 



OdTSBens atnrtB from Ogys^it. 



TirpaTOV ijiiap ir]ii, kql r£ rtrsXeoTo Swarra' 
T^ 6' apa TtiiiTmg itifi-jv diro vrjtTov Sta KaAiA/iii, 
eff/arii t ajj^Utraaa flutiSea Koi Aoijo-ao-a. 
hf 5^ ol dtncoii ^dijKC dfa fiikavos otvoio 
Tov erfpov, erepov S' vharos niyav, (v bi koI i}o 
KmpvKif' iv Se ol S\}ia tCOh jifvouKta iroXXd" 
aZpov hi Trpair\Kev air^fiova re kiapop re, 
yjjflo'ji'uos 8' oiipu) TT^TOcr' torfa Btos 'OSi^trffnJr. 

avTOp 6 TCTjbaKllf lOvi>€TO T()(VIjiVTIIIS 

TJp.fvos' oit4 ol vnvos i-al ^Ke^ipoiaiv ^iriTTxe 
OAijiiiSas r" eiropwiTi Roi d'yjik tvovra Boairqv 
ApKTOV d', ijv Kol apM^av eTiCxXjurw KOkeova-tv, 
1) T avTov orpii^fTai xoi t 'Q,p[(ova SoKcu'et, 
oIti 8' &p.p.op6s eoTt XoerpZv 'HKtavoio' 

■jrovroiTopfVfiJ.fvai eV cipiore/ja j^eipis ex.*"""''- 
ItttS SJ Kttl ^exa piv irX/o' ^fioro TroiroTropeiJior, 
dKroHtaiSeK^TT) 8' l0aw) opea <rK(o'ewa 

eitraro 6' ois ore pivov iir '^tpofihii irtJwu, 

Foseidon Bees him, rolsaa a atoim BJid wreaks binwl 
Tiai S' i^ AtdwTtdiv iviiiv KpiCtov ivoa-t^fOaii/ 
rr}\66ai iK Sohvjjjuv dpimv XhiV e'aaTO yiip ol 
irouTOV imtlXviaii' 6 8' t;^w(ra70 Kr\p6Qi p.aXKov, 
Kivrjuas hi Kiipi) Trpori 3w frnfl^'o-aro 6vp.6v' 

'*ii TTo'ffDtj ^ /A(lAa 6^ ;^er(3crtiXev<rtty ^eoi &KK<t>s 
Afi^' 'OSiKT^t e^eto f:ier' ALflioVeo-o-HJ towos, 
Koi Bij 'ta(7iKtou yawjj (TX(5o^', ei^fla ot alo'o 
fK^vyt'eiv iiiya Trelpop difuos, ij p.\i> tstiyei' 
liW /Vi /^ ^iv 0l(Ai fifiTju iX.ia« nanivnTosi 



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5. 0AY2SEIA2 E. 87 

*& ebriitv a6pay€if V€<l>i\as, itipa^e Vk is6vtov 
XfpA TptaoHw kX'ip* viuras V dpSOvvev iiXXas 

yom 6fiov Koi ir6vroir ipdpei d' ovpavMev v6^. 

ah y Eip6s T€ NcJros r ftrccrc Z4(Pvp6s T€ bv(ra)is 295 

Au Bopirjs alOprfyevhri^y fjjya KVfia Kv\Cvb<iiv. 

Kot Tcfr 'CWtwo^oy XtJro yoUvara kolI (f)Ckov fjrop, 

^X^<ra5 y Spa €hr€ vphs hv jjLe/aXrjropa dvjiSv' 

* 'Q, lAOi iyi^ b€ikb9, rC iri [xoi iirJKLara yivryrai ; 
UUbta iiri ifj idma Oeh vr\iuprria eTnrcr, 300 

f \C linens' iv ir6vT<^y itplv irarpCba yaiav iKiirOaiy 
iky^ iifoirXi^creiv* rh, hi h^ vvv itivra reXctToi, 
olouTiv v€(l>4€(r<n 7r€pi<ni(l>€i ovpavov evpiv 
Zeis, irApa^€ hi is6vT0Vy iTnairipxovtn b' SeXXat 
TcurroW dvifuav. vvv jxot (r&s aliris SkcOpos. 305 

TpuTfiiLKap^s AcLvaol Koi rerpiKts, ot t6t* SKovto 
Tpo^Tj iv evpcCri, xipiv ^Arpe&r^tn (f>4povr€s. 
is 5^ lyi y S<j)€kov Oavieiv kclL 'ttdrpjov htifm^Xv 
?fion T$ &■€ fxoi -TrXcuJTOt x^'^fp^^ Sovpa 
Tpof^ M^yffav irepl IIrj\€((avi Bavovri, 310 

»•« K* IXaxoi' KT€p4a>v, KaC /x€V icXeo? i}yoi; 'Axawf' 
vvphi y^ XevyaXif^ Oav&no ctfxapro ^covat.' 

^Qs ipa fuv €hr6vT IXcurci; [xiya KVfw, kut* iKpris, 
^fivhf bt€(r<r6pL€V0Vy ir^pl hi axjEhCrjv eX^Xife. 
T^Xe V inb axibCrjs airrbs 7r^<r€, TTjySdXtor 6^ 315 

« X^'P^^ 'npoh\K€' jxiaov bi ol iarbv la^€ 
Uivri luayopJjHav iv^fKov iKSovaa ^eXXa, 
T»|Xou ^ (nr€if>oy Koi iitUpiov ipm^a^ 'ff6vT<a, 
m y ip xm6ppvxa 6rJK€ ttoXvv ypSvov, ovb' ibwda^rj 
^+a futX' ivtrxcOieiv ixeydXov '^irb KiUjiaTos Spfxijr 320 
^Wra y«j[p /J' ipApvv€, t6, ol iropc 6Ta KoXvvJr^, 
H^ Sk Hif ^* iv4dVf orSfxaTos 8' c^^Trruacv 8iX\i.*t\v 



88 5. OATSSEIAS E. M 

irtKpiJl', T] Ol TToXX^ &TTO KpOTOS KfXdfwi^tl). "I 

dXX' ouS' &! axfMi]s eTreAijSeTo, Tei.p6\iev6s -nep, I 

■npi 6' f^opd n4ya KVfia Kara poov tvQa fcal ivBa. A 
us 6' or 6-ntiipi.vds Bop^s ^opirtrnv &.Ka.v$a^ I 

fi/u jreSfoj', TTUKiydi 8e irpos oAA^Agtrii' iyfiVT<u, 1 
&? T^i" 3/1 irdkayos &vf(ioi. <j)ipov ev6a kqX ewflo" i 
oAAoTe fit'i' re No'ros hoph/ TTpo^dXfrrKe <pip(cr6<u, I 
SAAore S' oEr' Eupos Ze<|)ijp^ rffao-Ke Biukeu/. 



Tin 6« IBfji KiiSf/ou flyyuTTjp, KoXXfiri^pos 'If^. 
AeuKofl^, rj Tfpiu fiey tTju jSpoTOS aiS^ecrira, i 

rSv 5' aXis ej/ TteXayfrrm QiSiv f$ fpnop€ TipSji. 
ij p' 'ObvuTJ' (Xiijcrev &X<op.fvov, HKyi' ^oito' 
[aldvlr] 5' elxvla wot^ aiitbitrtTO XCjxiiqsJ 
Ift 5' (iri (TxeBt'ijr woXuSeV/iou e*ir^ re p.v0oV 

' Kii/t/io/je, rMire rot iBBe no(reiS(itoii iiiorrl)(6o>v 
a>biiTO,T' iK-ndyXws, ort Toi koko TioXAa tpVTfVfi ; 
ou /iw Si/ ere KaraipOlcra., p.6Xa isep litveadiaiv, 
&Wa fxttX' (53' tpfai, SoK^eis 3^ fioi 
etp-ara raCr' AttoBiis' ayf^riv ibc/xoiirt 0^petrfli 
KtlAAtTr', Arap \f(pe(riTt vimv i-nip^Ua vqittov 
ya(i]s ^av^K(ov, o0i roi /toip' eWii' ciAiJ^t. 
3-5 8^, to3e Kp^Se/iyoi' iirii aripvoio rdmnra'ai 
&p,^poTov ovti t( rot ■naQid.v beos ovh' diroX^crffot 
avTop iii^v XEfpEfO"'" icpd^jnai j/jreipoio, 
fC\jr &Tto\v<rdp^vos fiaXffiv eis otvova nc 
woXAin Att' ^(l^pou, alrhi 6' ^Troro'i70i Tpawetrflw.' 



5. 0ATS2EIAS E. 89 

Ml y hjf Is vSvTOV ibSa-ero KVfmCvovra 

ol&v^ri cLo/ia* iii\av hi i KOfxa icciXvi/rcx;. 

(orrap 6 fjL€pfiripi,$€ iroXtJrXas bios 'OSvcro-ci?, 

^XOrjcras 6' Upa cTttc irpos hv fxcyaXrJTopa OvpLoV 355 

^'Q, fjLot lyo), iiri tCs pjoi v(f>aCir[jari,v boXov aJrre 
iBaviToaVf S ri fi€ arx^hCrjs imoPrjvai ivdyci, 
flUa futA* ov iro) Tr^l(TOix\ cttcI Iko? 6(f>0aXiioiGri 
ymu iyiiv IhSfirfVi oOi [xoi (f>iTO (f>v^LfJL0V €ivai, 
oAAS fia^ 56' ^pf^» 8oK^ct b4 ixoi eu^at ipiarov 360 
%' 4i; /x^y Kcv hoipar iv apixovCjiaiv aprjprj, 
t6^P carrot ijl€v4(o koI rX?}(ro/txat SXyea Trd(T)^(U)v' 
ttw-op Miv bri fwt (TXjebCrjv bia Kvpia Tivi^r)^ 
w/fo/i', circl ov lUv Tt TTflpa TTpovoTJa-ai &ii€i,vov.' 

Etos 6 ravtf* &pfiatv€ Kara (f>p€va koI Kara ^jmor, 365 
wpcre 8' c-Tri fxeya KVfia Yloa-^ibdiav IvocrlyfioaVy 
hvov t' ipyaXiov tc, Karqp€<f)ks, T]\a<r€ 8' avrSv, 
«5 y ivefJLOS C^ifS rjCoiV Orjpi&va Tiv&^rf 
Kap<paX4(ov^ ra jm^r 3p T€ bi€(rKiba(T 6XKvbis SAXr/, 
is T^s bofCpara piaKpa bictrKibaa . avrap 'OSuo-o-cvs 370 
^' hi baipan fiaivc^ KiXrjff is tinrov iXaivoav, 
^W^a 8' i^airibvve^ t6. ol irope bla KaXv\jf(i. 
ovrUa hk Kpribcfivov iTri aripvoio rdwa-Gcv^ 
ttwis b€ TTpriviis aXl KciTnrco-c, X^'P^ TrerAa-ffas^ 
^iyievaL fiepiads' I8c bi Kp^loav ivoa-CxOcaVy 375 

Kiw^(ras 8^ K<£/5?y wporl Sv p.vOri(TaTo Ovfwv 

*0{fra) iwz; fcaKa iroXX^ isaJdinv oAoo) Kara ttovtov^ 
«s Kcv ivOpdiroKTi 8torp€<^^€(r(n fiiyrjris' 
^ 0J8' cSs <r€ loATTa droo-o-co-^at KOKorqTOS.^ 

ils 4pa (l>(i)vri<ras tptaacv KoXkiTpLxcLs tTnrovs, 380 

«o*o 8* els Alycts, S^t ol icAvrct bcifxar laciv. 



5. OdTSSEIAS E. 



AUiMU stills the stomi. 



Avrap 'A0r]vaCq, Koipr] Aios, t(A\' iv6tf(yev' 
jj TOi T&v StWaiv itvifuoir KaribrjiTe KiKevQavs, 
Ttaitraadai 6' tKAft/ire Kai evvridT^pax Siratras" 
uipTe S' i-nl Kpaiiruhv 'BopEjjv, uph hi Kiijior' lafray 

bioyfjiris 'Obvaetis, B^arov koI Kijpas S\^$as. 

OdysaeuB sights land, bnt finds tha C0B.at too daoi 

'Eufla Bijw wJktos Buo t' :7/xara kij/^qti injyu 
TrAafero, jroWa 5^ oi KpaSii} TrportoVirer' SKtQpov, 
AAA.' Sre B^ rpirav ^fi-ap ivTrAoica^! r^Aetr' 'Ha>;,r 

eTT\(TO vrfvey^Cj), 6 5' (ipa tr^fS^u e'lnBe yauiv 
6^v liiXa TTpoiSiyj //eydAov vffS K'ufiaros &p0f(s. 
iff S' Sr' &v &<nT&<Ttof floras TrafBeo-o-t ^au^g 
irarpos, 8s Ic JJOiitru) cij'"'^' Kparip' fiXyeo wi((Txa^ 
Bijpoi' TTJKO/itl'oc, arvyfph'i t4 ol ^XP"^ Sflfpuc, 
airnArrtov S' apa to'u ye 6eo\ KaKo'njros lAiMrav, 
As 'OSvuT/' atmauTov UCrraro yaia koI fiX>j, 
ji^j(e 8' tireiyrffiei'os iroirli' lyaeipau liri^TJuai. 
nAA' 5re roVcroi' dirqi" oaativ t€ y4yoive po^oTW, 
Kd! B^ bovTTOP &K0vrre tiotI (rntXahicriTi floAtiiTaT)!" 
po'xflet yip fi^a (tC/xa irorl ^epoj' ^Trefpoio 
5eirot ^ptvyojxew)!', etXvro Be ■ffnrfl oAos fix"*?' 
oil yap iaav XipAves vi}Siv o^ot, oih' iitiaiyal, 
&kk' &KTai TTpOjSA^Tes trrav TiriKabes re Tr&yoi tC 
(toi tot' 'OSiHTinjo! Xifro yoii'ara ttoi i^C\oii ^op, 
3x&^cras B' ((pa elTre irpos 8t ^ieyoAjjropa &v}i6v 
''J2 ^o(j ^jrei 6^ -yaiau ie\ii4a ^wkid \Jbt<iQ<u>, 



j 6. 0ATSSEIA2 E. 91 

2(v;, Kot iff Tobe XaiTfJLa hiaTfirj^as iriXea-aUf 

«j8a(rt5 ov ttti (f>aCveO^ aXbs tioXiolo dUpaC^' 410 

lnTcxrOev flip yap viyot 3f ecs, &ix(f>l hi KVfw. 

fiippvx!^ poOiov^ Kiaaii 8' ivabibpofic Trhprj, 

^X^lPcuStis hi Oikaara-a, koI ov -ttcos cart irobea'aL 

(JT/ifi€vat &p.(f>oTipoi(n Kci iK(pvyi€W KaK^rr/ra* 

M^ Tt^s fJL^ iKfiaCvovra piXji KlOoki ttotI ith-prf 415 

Wfio p^ hpTrd^aV pekiq hi jxoi lacreTai oppirj. 

il hi K fri irporipco 'napavrj^opai, rjv irov i<f>evpa) 

fn6vas T€ vapanXfjyas Xtpivas t€ OaX&a-oTjs, 

^(bto prj p^ i^avTis ivapTri^a(ra OijcXXa 

vivTov iv* IxOvoevra (f>ipii ^apia <TT€vi.\ovTa^ 420 

f^ tC pLOL Kot KTJTOS iTna(T€6ri piiya baCpcov 

cf d\os, oti T€ TToXXa rpe^ct kXvtos ^Api<l)i,TpCTrj' 

oBia yap &s pJOi> dhdhvcrrai kXvtos Ivvotrlyaio^.^ 

Elbs b ravO^ &ppxuv€ Kara <f)piva Kal Kara Ovpihv^ 
'•(J^pa hi pxv p.iya Kvpxi cpiipe rpriyjEiav kit^ iiKTrjv. 425 
ivSa k' iirb pivoifs hpiu(f>0r], <ruv 8' dari^ &pi)(Orj, 
d ftii iirl (l>p€ai 0rJK€ Oea yXavK&Tris ^AOrjvri' 
^i^oriprjiri i^yj^poiv iireaavpievos Xi^e -jr^pTys, * 
^s ix,^o (nev&yjaVy efcos piya Kvpa iraprjXOc, 
wi TO pkv A9 vJToXvfe, irdXi^poOiov hi pnv avrts 430 
%)^^€if iTTeartrSpLCVov^ rqXov hi p.iv ejmjSoXe ttJi^to). 
«s 5* 5r€ TiovXimohos OaXiprjs i^eXKopivoio 
'pos KOTvXrjhov6(l>i,v TTVKival Xiiyyes iypvrai^ 
«s Tou Ttphs irirpriat Opaaeiixav Atto yjEipGiv 
ptyoi imihpv<i>6€V' tov h'k piya Kvpia k<IiXv^€V. 435 

"'^a K€ iri h^arqvos virip p6pov fiXer' 'OSvo-cevs, 
d \a\ hii<f>po(r6vr]v hQK€ yXavK<ains ^AOrjvTi, 
^Haros i^avahifs, to, t' Ipeiyerai 7]iT€Lp6vh€, 
^\€ irapef, is yaiav 6p(ajJL€V0Sy rf irov i(|)e6poi. 
Mwi" re 7rapaw\^ya9 \cfJLivas r^ 6aX.da(rrjs. ^Af^ 



92 5. 0AY22EIA2 E. 

till he swims up the month of the rlTer* 
aXX' St€ hrj TiOTaymo Kara (rroyixi KoXXipJoio 

Xetoy TterpiiaVj Koi iin crKiiras fjv ivifwio. 
lyvoi b^ irpopiovra koi ev^aro hv Kara 6vfi6v' 

* KXvOty ava^y otis ia-a-C* TroXvXkiarov hi cr' iK&va), 

alhoios [xiv r' 1(7x1 koL iOavdroicn 6€0i<nv 
avhp&v OS TLs tKTjTai dXdfxevoSj &s Koi iy^ vvv 
(r6v re poov ai. T€ yoivaQ^ Ifcdtro) TroXXa fwyrjcras. 
a\X' iXiaipe, Sva^' iKirqs hi rot evxofxai elrat.' 45' 

*I2s ([)A6\ 6 y avrUa -Travcer kov p6oVy i<rx€ Sk fcvjow 
Trp6(r0€ hi ol TToCrjcre yaXrjvrjv, rbv 6' ia-iaxrev 
is TroTOfwv irpoxois' 6 6' &p^ &ii(f>a) yoivar^ €Kapi,-^€ 
yjEipis T€ oTL^apis' aXl yap bibfirjro <f)l\ov Krjp, 
<B6e€ hi XP^^ i^dirra^ OdXacrara hi KrJKie TToXXri 4J 

&v orJjuta T€ piv&s d'* 6 6' 3/)' ^TrrcvoTo? kojL iivasvhos 
K€tr' 6\iyr]'n€ki(jt>Vy Kifiaros bi ynv aivhs Ik(W€V, 
a\X' 0T€ hri p' &[nnnjTO koL €s (f>piva 0vi^ &yip$rj, 
Kol t6t€ hri Kprjbeiivov iirb id Xvcre OcoToW 
Koi TO fikv is TTorafiov aXifJivprjcvTa ^icOrJKev, 4 

fti/f 8' i^€p€V pk4ya KVfia Kara poov, aty\ra 8' Sp' 'Iri 
bi^aro X'^P^^ (f)Ckrj(Tw' 6 8' iK Troraiwio kiaaOcls 
axpivd^ viT€K\Cv0'qy k6(t^ b\ C^iboipov ipovpav* 
d^Orjo-as 8' Spa cittc irpos bu jjieyakrJTopa 0vfi6v' 

* '^Q, fjLOf, ^yci), tC Tt&Oca ; tC vv fwi jutT^Kiora yivrjTai : 
ei piiv k' iv TTorafXi^ bv(TK7]bia vvKra (l)v\6,ara'(Oy 4 

firj fi^ afivbis arCpr] re kok^ koI OrjXvs iip(ni 
i^ dXtyrjircXC-qs bapAoTi K€Ka<^r]6Ta Ovfidv* 
aiprj 8' in -Trora/mov >/a»x/"? Tri/^ct tJw^i irpJ. 



5. 0ATSSEIA2 E. 93 

iv TTOKLvoun KaTabpiOd), et jxe fieOeCri 
il KifiuTos, y\vK€pbs 8c fioi vttvos iiriXOrfy 
ri OripcoraLV IXcop koI Kvpfw. yivti^ixai.^ 

3 he lands ; and makes a bed of leaves under a 

thicket. 

(pa ol <^povioim boia-aaTo Kipbiov etrat* 

i,€V els aXriv rffv hi (rxcbbv vbaros eipcv 475 

f>ati^o/bi^a>* boiovs 8' Sp' vTtrjXvOc OifivovSj 

a; 'ir€<f>v(OTas' 6 jxkv <f>v\Crjs, 6 8' iXaCrjs, 

) ap^ avT* iofipjonv bi&r] fxivos vypov A^z/rcoz;, 

r' riiKios <l>ai6a)v aKTlariv ejSoXXei/, 

ipos irepdaarKC biafiirepis' &s &pa ttvkvoI 480 

(Tiv i<f>vv iTTafiOLpabCs' ots vtt' '08vtr<rci9 

a<f>ap 8' evvrjv iTrafxrjaraTO X^P^^^ 0^^<rti; 
(f)vXX<i)v yap h\v yji(ns ffkiOa -jroXX^, 
•' rjk bv(o rj^ Tp€is &vbpas IpvaOai 
IxepCijj el Kot fxiXa itep xaXeiialvoi. 485 

Ibuiv yrj0r](T€ TroXvrXas bios '08t;(r(r€vs, 
)a fjJaroTj kiKTO^ xijctlv 8' e7rcx€t;aro (^XXooi;. 
re Tts baXbv (mobifj iviKpvyfre ixeXaCin] 
•tt' iarxO'TiTJSi «f fxri iripa yeCroves SXXoi, 

TTvpos <r<oia)i;, tva jirj iroOev SXkoOev ai^y, 490 
xrofs <f)iiWoL(n KaXi5>/^aro* rw 8' ap' ^AOrjvrj 
TT* SpLfiaari X^'> ^^'^ M^^ '7rarf<rct€ r(i)(toTa 
•09 KajxdToio^ (f>tXa fiki(f>ap^ afX(f)iKa\ii\lfas* 



OAY22EIA2 Z. 

Athena appears in a dream to ISTauucftt 
'lis 6 fikv lv6a Koflevde wQAvrAas 5ibs 'OSutrcrtv* 

^ij p' h i'ai-^Kuiv itvbp&v hijiiiv t€ iroAif re, 

ot TTplv iUv •nor' haiov iv fipvx<^p<f 'Tirepefj), 

ayxoS KuKXtiirwi', iiiBptSii imfprtvopfoiTci^v, 

ot aifxai trivioKOVTO, ^itifjii 6( (jtiprepoi. flffau, 1 

^vflt); avaar^ffa^ fiye Nouff^ooj fltoeiB^v, 

(IiT(y hi ExV^JJi ^''^^ dySpiv dXtJujiTTiajiJ, 

ajji^l bi reixoy iKaa-irf itokfi, koI ibfCp-aro olKouf, 

KOI jnjoys irofijo-e fiewc, Kai (S^trffOT' apoipas. 

oAA' o ^ifc ^8?) KJ]pi 8a/xtis 'Ai&6aZ( fi(^'^K€t, 

'AXkIvoos bi tot' Tfpxf, 6fZv a-iro ft^Seo fit<&s. t ' 

ToG fie:' I^T irpos fiSfia Ota yXouKiiriS 'AOi')ini, 

v6<Trav '06u<r<rj]i jxeyoAijropi /ijjTfooKra. 

(3^ 6' !'n«' ^s floXanou iroXvtaCSoXov, ^ tvi aoipr) 

KOijiar^ cWovoT^crl i^irfp »rai <'6os SiMirj, 

NautriKiia, Ovyi.rt]p fteyaXfJropos 'AAkiifooio, 

Top SJ Si!' ^rptisoXoi, j(aptTa>v a-no K6Xkos ()(OV(rai 

ari^lMuv fKirepSf' ftjpoi S" (tt^khwo <l>afii!a(. 

^ S* ivinov (US TTcoi^ kisiiTmiTo hitwia. Koiipijs, 



^^L. 



6. OAYSSEIAS Z. 95 

^^ojUmi KoCpiQ vaiMTUcXeiTOib At;fuuT09, 
if ol durfkiKbi ftkv h^v^ K€)^6Lpi(rT0 hi Ovfi^, 
^ fuv ieurofUvri vpocriifyri yXavKQins 'Adiji/i^' 

^NotKniccia, tC v6 o-' &b€ ixcSrJiiova yeCvaro iiT/jrrjpf ^5 
^tjiara fUv rot icctrai iucrjbia atyaXdepra, 
Wi 5i y<Sfu>9 ox^Scfy i<mv^ tm x/w) KoXa fih' avrfiv iv Ivt^- 
feiwAu, r& 8^ Touri Ttapaax^uf ot Ki o-' iymrrai,. 
h yip rot roirow (fAris ivOpdirovs iva^aCi^ei 
MXif^ yalpowiv h\ vaTqp koL irorvia firJTrjp, ' 30 

^' loficp irAw^ov(rat ^^ 1701 <fxuvofiivr](l>c ^^ ' f^ ^ . 
Ka( rot lyca' awipiJdos &fA h^oyixa^ oi^pa rclx^ora 
Wi^cot, iirct oH TOt Irt 8^z; vapOivos fa-aeac 
Tfifj yip o-€ fivQvTOL iptarrjes Karh bijiiov 
vhroiv ^axriKfoVf SOi rot yivos i<ni koI avr^. i.*.* um- ^^ 
^' Jy' ivoTptwov iraripa kXvtov tj&Ol vpb 
Tijiuivous Kcu ifjLO^av icfxyirXCa-ai, ij k€V iyrfcrL If ' 
&0Tpi re Kot viirXovs koI prfyea <nya\6€VTa, ,,>\. iv ; 
xal 2^ OY>i cSd' avrfi voXif kAXXlov 17^ irSbea-ariv 
^ccF^ot* voXXbp yap imo TtXwoC cicrt ttJAijos.' 40 

H /yih' Sp* &s clTrova^ dfirifir] yXavK&ins 'AOrjin] ^ 

Oikviin[6vb\ 061 4>a(r\ 0€&v Ibos i(r(t>aXh aUl 
Wwu* cSt* iviiiJOKTi TLvia-trerai ovt€ ttot^ ^H'PpV 
^ctierot oSre x"'^^ hnTrOivarai^ dXKa fi6X' aWpq 
•wrarai di/c^cAo^, kevi^ 6' iirtbibpofiev alykri' 45 

TP fri ripvovTCu fxdKapcs Ocdl rjiiara itivra. - 
W' iirijdi; yXovicttTTt?, ^Tiel bi€Tr4(l)pab€ Kcyifnj. 

Vvtrioaa gets leave from her father and starts for the 

washing-tanks. 

AJrfea d' 'Hci)s ijAdei; kuOpovos^ ij fitv lyeipe 
NaiffTuuiai; ciSirejrXoi;* a<t>ap 8' ATrc^atJ/txacr' ovetpov, 



^ fiiv iir' itrx^pjl ^'"■o '^»' &[j.<j>nr6Konn ywaificij^B 
ijAiiKara irTpuiipmir' akf!c6p(jivpa' t£ 8e O^pa^e ^H 
fp)(pp.eviff ^p,^kriTO fifTa kXhtov^ ffatTiXfjas H 

^y 0ov\riv, Xva fiui kAXsov ^a^ijKCS (iyauof. fl 

:) SJ p.ik' ayxt rrratra <j)iKov -naTipa irpofx^fiite' V 
' noTTTro i^iA', ovK &t! 8^ (xoi ei^MnrAi'iTD-eios dinj8^| 
v\lrriK!jv fVKVKXoi!, tva Kkvra fifior^ &yuifiaL H 

fs irorap.bv irAwfouo-Q, rd fioi pcpvn<ap.iva, Kiirai ; ^| 
Koi S^ (Tol avrSi eoiKc pera npuroicii' iSvra, ^| 

/3ouAas ^ouA.ciJeil' Kadapa x/'ot eXp,aT^ t\ovTa. ^| 

irt'tTe 8^ roi i^i\oi v'ej svi ^eycEpotj yfyaa<nv, ^| 
01 6i/' BTTuiorres, rpeis 8' ^^fleoi floA^flovr*!' ^| 

01 8' alii kOikovai vfd-KXvra etfiar' iyaura ^| 

cf yopov lp]((<r$ai' ra 8' ^/:i^ (/)^c^'i ^(ivra /i^^)lX^^| 

irctr/(i ^tXiii" 6 SI irtiwa jjo'ei col ififCfifTO fiMif' 

' Oure TOi r^pLDvaiv (j>6ov4u>, rixos, ovTf rev &tiXov. 
tpxff Art!/) rot 8/iiues ii^oTtXCao-ovinv &ir^pjjv 
■inln)Kiiv ednvKkov, {mtpTeplr) dpapviav.' 

*ilf eZwaii' hp^iiTiTi,v ^k^kXcto, toi 6' l-nidovro. 
01 /iec op' (KTOj ct/iafau ivrpoxov r/fHoVfC-riv 
toTtKeav, ^//icfyous fl' vTrayoc t|ajf(ii' fl' liTT* dTnftijj* 
KoiJpij 8' eK floXa^io 0^p«j l<r^;ra ^aeiwjf. 
jsai 7^11 /i«y KariOriKai tuf^frry ejr' d'T^*7?i 
jiifnjp 8' ((J K^iTTjj erWei /leuoeiK^' iSoiSijv 
■navToCrjv, ev t' 3^a rlOft, iv 6' oZvov ^««i' 
acTK^ iv alyfiif' noipr] 8' i-at^riaiT^ dTr^wjs, 
SoiKec Si -jifiva-i-a iv A^kiI^u uypii; ikaiov, 
flioi )(yTkiiiiTai.TO avv &iJ.iptT!6kouri yvvai^Cv, 
$ 8' ikajifv liiaTiya xdi i/vCa (TiyoAdevra, 






6. 0ATS2EIA2 Z. 97 

oi V iiioTov ravHovTO^ if>ipov V iadrjra k<u oMp;, 

Tha washing of the linen and the ball-play. 

Al V Src 8^ TTorc^Aoio p6ov vepiKoXXi* tKOvrOy 85 

&^' ^ roi 7Xv2;o2 fjcav iinrieravol, TroXif 8' {;dcop 

KoXhp \nr€Kvpopi€L iiAka V€p pn/nooavra KO^pat, 

W cl y fjfu6vovs iih vTr^KTtpoiXvaav imjvrjs. . ' J 

wirisfiii; (rctku/ irorojiov ir&pa hLvrfeyra \\\ . ,y 

ffiynv iypQUiTTW [xtkiribia' roi b^ hf anrjvrjs 90 

(Ifiara x^/^^i' IXoin-o kolI i(r<l>6p€ov pAKav vhoap^ 

^iipov d' iv pddpoiai Oom Ipida Ttpoifiipovlb'ax. 

yirhp hd, T:\vviaf t€ KiBr)piv T€ ptJrra Ttinrra^ 
^ ^^iis Trkturoa; itapa $lv dX^s, ^x* /jwiXtcrra 
•S^yyas irarl \4p<rov ivoirkivea-K^ OiXaa-ca. 95 

<^ i^ Xo€<r(r((fiei'<u koL xpi(r6.fX€vai XCir iXa[<^ 

^^vmv hmff ^XKovto trap oxOrfaiv 'irorafxoio, 

fWro 8' riekCoio [Uvov rcpcnj/utcz^at avyri. 

^'fip ftrel o-frov Ti p<l> 0§y bpMaC re koI avri),. 

^^f% Toi 8' 4p' iTsaiCov^ iirb Kprfbctiva paXovaai' 100 

^t 8i Novoruciia XcvKciXero? VPX'^^ fxoXwijs. 

°"J y 'Aprefus ttri kot oip€OS loxiaxpa^ 

^ '^ Tfi&yerov 'ir€£iii7iKerov ^ ^EpifxavdoVy '' 

^^ofUini Kivpoiffi Koi iiK^Cus ^X(i</>oto'i* • 

^^ ff ifia viiMfxUy Kovpcu Aid; alyt^xP^Oy 105 

^f^\»M vaCCovari' yfyrjde b4 re <^peVo Aryrci* 

Toontop y jgr^p ^ ye ic<{pry e^et i}8^ fi^rco'Tra, s * 

/'^^i T iLpiyvArq ireXerat, KoXoi 8^ re wacraf 
•* ^f y ^IfA^irtfXoto'i pLeriirpene irapOivos aZpLrfS. 

OdyMetu wakes at the ory of the maidensy 

AAA' Sre i^ ip ijuXX^ isiikiv oiKOvbe viwftox w^ 

H 



(v6' <lvt' oAA' Iporfae Ota yKavK^iri.? 'AO^irtj, 

iiS 'OSutrcvs lypoiTO, cSot r fviiitiha Kovp-qv, 

^ ol ^oiijKiiip avbp&v ■7i6\iv ^ytjirairo. 

rrtftdipav Ittht ^ppiyfrt p-er dfif/n'jioXoc fiaaikfia' 

&fi^nj6kov fiJf &fiapTe, ^adein 8' fp.j3aX.f B&ij, 

ai S' «m paKpov 8vaav. 6 5' iyptro Sios 'OSufffftftj 

^^iffiei'os S' tij/)/^aii'e^ Kara <ppiva, Kai Kara dufxoi>\J 

''ii /«)t ^yi, r^ajn aifTt ^poTuiv «9 yaiay kdi/u 
^ />' o! y vjBpirrTat re Kol ttypioi ov5J bUaioi, 
, ^e </)^o'fetuot, Kaf a-ipiv vooi iarX fleouB^sj ^^ 
(US W jie Koupiuf d/juJniAfSe Or\\vi AuttJ, 
W/jiifiduji', at lyaviT opiatp atirtivh K&priva 
Ko! TTifya? iroTopiiv Kat Trfirea iroi^ej^ra. 
ij Mj TTOU avOpaiKOV tljA o^tBiv avhijivriav } 
dXA.' ay, ^yutc aif or ir«p7(iTo^xa( ^SJ ISw^ot.* ,^ V 

'lij efeibi' d&jxv(0v iniebviTfTO bios '0bv<7iTfiis, 
iK TTUKir^r 5' C\r;s -jtropdov rcAtio-e X*'P' "''^X^'fl 
^i!Wk(i)y, is pvo-aiTo 7t«pi xP"'' f^^Sea ^(ords. 
^^ 5' i/iew ois T£ Moip ope(rirpo0os, (IXkI ireTTolflirt 
3s T tlir vojitvos Kot aqfievos, fv ti ol offirc. 
baCeraf airrap a ffovai p.eripxcTai ^ SUvo'iP 
■^ per hyparipas kka^ovv KikfTai hi i yaariip 
^c^Xwi' Jreipijo-oyra nai h ttvku'ov So'fxov ikOeur 
S>s 'Obvtr^s KoiJpijtny hmkoKapouriv ip,e)^e 
Ii(^fa6ai, yvpv6s -nfp i<iiv XP«'« y"f i^Koue. 
(THepBoX^os 8' ourijo-t 0diu] KiKaKiapAvQi &k.pT), 
Tpia-aav 6' fiAAuSis fiAAij ^x' ijioyas :rpoux''i'<rar' 
oIr( 3' 'AAkwoou Svydnjp filve' ry yap 'AAjinj 
tffipTo? (ci ^pe<rl ft'jict itai (k 8^of (!!\ero yuiMi/. 
ffTiJ 6' iirra ayopifi'l' ^ 6e pfpfi'qpi^fV 'OSuffweivj, 
^ yo^KOV Jl^irtroiTO Xa^uv nuxiba iuii|iT|y, 



6. 0AT2SEIA2 Z. 99 

^ oSros Mco'atv aTrotrraZh fi€iXix^0L<n 

X/ir(ro(r , et delete vJXir ical ctfxara bob], 

if 2pa ol <l>poviovn boJuraaTO Kiphiov flvai, 145 

W(re(F^(u iiricfraiv iiroaraba fxctXtx^oio't, 

M^i ol yovva Xap6vTi xoXdcaiTO <f)piva Kovprj* 

^ka iJL€tXCxiLov K(d K€phaX4ov <I>6.to pSjBov 

and oomes forward and addresses ITausioaa. -^ ^^ 

^ToupovfiaC <r€, ivaaaa' OeSs vv rts, ^ j3poro9 ^<r<rt; 
^M^ ns -fleos l(r<ri, rot ovpavhv evpbv (ypv(nVi 150 

^iiubl 0-6 fycS y€, At^s Kot/p?/ fxcyciAoio, 
cwdy T€ niy€66s T€ ifnjrjv r iy\iaTa cfo-fco)' 
f' W T& i(r<n PpoT&Vy toI iirl \0ov\ i^oterciovo'i, 
^PfffjiiKap€S ijiv (roC ye irarrip kolL irSrvia pLrjrrjpy 
^pwjwlicapes bik KOurCyvriToC pAXa iroi (n^Kxi Bvpiis 155 
^ h^pwriirjftnv IqlveroA etvcfca <r€t6, ;\ ■ 
^^votrowcov roiJi^e B6Xos xopov €lcroi.^o^(rav. 

05 K^ or' iibvoKn Pplaas dlKovb* iyiyryrai. 

^ y<Sf) WO) rotovTOZ' Boy fipoTov 6(}>6aXfioLa'LVy 160 

^ bbp (At€ yvvaXKa' aifias ji Ix^i d(Top6<avTa. 

*V^ 8^ iroT€ Tolov 'ATTcfXXcoroy 9rap& jSco/m^ 

rofciicos i^oz? Ipi^os iv€px6p.€V0V ivorja-a' 

¥Bw yjip jcoi K€ur€, TToXvs 8i pLOi Icrnero \ais 

^ i)iv ^ d^ JduicXXei^ ^jxol KOfca Krfhc iarearOcu. 165 

«( y ai!ra>s kcU iccu^o i$a>z' ^e^T^'TTca Ovpu^ 

%> ^€l oS wfiD TOLOV ivrfXvOev in bopv yaCrjSj 

'-• 5 (ri, ytSi^ai, iyttpLal t€ TiOrjiri re ScBiii t alv&s 
P^fpviv i^lfcurOai' xaXeirbv bi /txc irivOos Ucivci. 
Xw{5s ^eucooT^ ifyuyov iJiiaTi olvoTra ttovtov 170 

..II T%Hi 8^ |jt' oJel KvpL c^opct KpatiTPaC xe 6i6^>vX.a\. 



loo 6. OATSSEIAS «. 

D<jipa tI ttov kq[ Tfibf iraSio KaKoV ov yhp ouo 
■naitifaff, oAX' en -aoXka flfo! nXiovm vapoidiv. 
oKKhi, &varTiT, i\4aipt' cri yhp koko iroXAa fioy^tr 
fs vpmrrju iicd/i'JP, Ta>V 6 aWiov oi riva OMa 
avdpioTnav, o\ TrjvSe ■!r6\iv Kol yaiav Ix""'^'*'' 
atmi bi fioi bd^ov, 86? be p^Kos aiitfnfiaXi(r6at, 
(t tC Ttov fthifta OTnLpiav fx^^ ivdib' lovaa. 
(TDi Be 6eol T6aa Boieu Sira ippetrl ir^in fifvowqi, 
avbpa re koI oXkov koI 6iio<l>poT6tn]i> diriio'etai' 
iiT$\-^V oi ftiv yap rov ye Kpeitrcrov Ka\ &p(tOB, 
^ 50' 6p^<l>pov4oVTf vo^fiaaiv o'kov ^ijroi/ 
atnjp ?)Be yvtr^' ttoAV SAyea &viTij,ei'h<T<ri, 
)lippjiTa b' ehjievergaC fioXiora bi t titkvov otro 



:■ Um klndlr and •np^Iai IiJb wanU 

T^v 8' au NaviriKAa XevKiiKftios ivrCov jfii^' 
' ^«uj'} iitA oSrg KttKM oiJr' H^povt (jxaTt foiKas, 
Zeiij 5' air&s vipxi oK^ov 'OXu^xios ivOp^irowuf, 

KaC TTOV aol rtli' tSioKe, ue fiJ x/"? TtrXiifiti' If^ini^- 
wi' S', twtl ^lifT^pT/p T€ siJAi!/ Kol yoidi' IkAvhs, 
ovr' olii eo-fl^os Bevijo-eai ovre Ttw oAXou, 
MU istoi}^ Ix^Ttiv TaKaitfipiov &VTid<T<wra, 
Aarv bi rot 6((f<i), ^pew 6^ roi oCvo/^a XaSii. 
^iflfijKfS /Lcey rj}i^« -noKtv koI yaiav fxovcriv, 
elpX 5" eyoi Svy&rrip fieyaAt/ropoi 'AAkii'iIokj, 
rou 8' tK 'J'ot^Kmp ^x^"' KapTOi re ^trj re.' 

'H poj Kai (ifM^iTToXoiO'ii' ei)jfXoitdfio((Tt seXevire' 
' irnjri pMi, hjxtfilTsokoi' Trooe (fseuyere (ftara tbovtn 
j] /x^ JTOv Tiva bviTfitviitw ^Arr8' Ifififvai. cwopav} 
ovK HffO" ovTos iviip biiphs ^porhs, oibi yivtjrai, 
Of Kfv ipcuiJKioi> di^pSiv is yaiav Wvrai 



6. 0AY22EIAS Z. loi 

^aro(, oibi ns £fifxt fipor&v imfiCoyerai &XX09. 205 
oAA' Sb€ ns bi<m}vos iXtifievos evOiZ* iic(ij/€t, 
,\Tovvvv xfi^l KOfJiicw* iFpbs yhp Aios cJo-ir &jr(WT€S 
I (fml r€ inoixol re, Wert? d' dXCyri re <l>Ckri t€. 
^ Wr , ifx(f>hrokoiy (fCin^ ^p^a-Cv re ir<J(r«; re, 
Maori T hf voraiii^^ Sff M cKhras tor ivifxoio/ 210 
'12s 1<Im0\ al 5* JgTiaLTe koI dW^A^o-t fcAevo-cu;, 
«i8 y 3p' '05v<r<r5' ettror hrl crK^Tras, d>9 iic^Acv<r€ 
N(W(rMc(£a, 6vy6.rr\p ficyaXrjropos 'AAxiyooio* 
vap S* ipa ol (I>ap6s re x*™^^ '"^ ef/utar iOriKav^ ' *" * - 
^Kcw ^ yj^ahf h) XriKJuOtji vypbv IXaior, 215 

i^i'toyoi; 5' &pa fiiz^ Xov<rdai Trorafioto po^cn, 
^ pa t6t^ d/x^iTTcSAoiort fienjvha bios ^Obvcaeus' 
^'AyLtjitttoXoi^ fnfjB* otron iTtoirpoOcVy S<f>p' iy<i> avrbs 
J&fujy ipjoiof im^^QoiapjjLaiy ifjxfi V i\aC(a 
*\ )iphyu u: jj yap brjphv Atto xporfy i(mv iXoiipi^, 220 

•ampf 5^ ovic 2b eycii ye Xo^ccrofxai* aid^o/uuu yckp 
yi^y'voOcrdai Koe6pri<rw iwXoKifjLoiiri [xereXOdv/ 

Qs l^o^', ol d' iLTt&vevO^v laav^ (ditov b^ ipa KOtJpj;. 
•w4p 4 lie mrojAov ypda vl(ero bm 'Odvo-o-evs 
"V?»', ^ ol vwTO jcal eipias ifiirexp^ &fxovs' 225 

« Kc^oX^r y (arfirix€V aXbs yyoov irpvyhoio. 
•Wp ^ec&)) iTiWa Xo6r(raro Koi KIt^ ikuy\f^Vy 
"M^J ii ef/iara iaffaO* & ol -jrcfpe itapOhos dd/ut^?, 
'"w fib 'ABrjpahi OrJK€Vi Atos Ifcyeyauuz, 
M€ifowl r* eUnbifOf koI -Trioxrova, Ka6 Si KcipiyToy 230 
^os ^e KdjiaSi vaKipOCvf ivdet ofioCas. 
^^ 8re n J ')(pv<rhv irepixetJerot ipyipi^ ivijp 
*^J, ftp Ta^oToy S^Saev koI IlaXXas 'A.eT\w\ 






fC^' liTtit' aTt6,vai$e Kiijiv k-aX fflva. QaX6.a<rtis, 
K&tiXii Koi -nipiin urOi^mv' drjeiTo 6J Koipi]. 
6^ po t6t &inj>i'n6Koi(Tiv hmkoK&fioiij-t fien}via' 
' KXvTf ix(v, AfitpCitoXot XojKtiXfvoi, Sippa rt i 
ov ■siirrujv ixeKtjrt 0e&v, ot 'Okufiirov f)(pvin, 

TrpoaOfV fiiv yap 3^ fi,oi deiKAtoj hiar' (Vol, 
vvi/ hi Bfoicriv lotKe, roi ovpavov ^piiv 4)(ovtrtv. 
flt yap ejiol tocoitS* Troo-is K(K\TiiJ,fiios «ci 
^dciSe ratcTtiaif, xai ol SSot avro'dt fiip.vnv. 
dAXa 8oV, a.fitfii'TToXot, ieCva ^pSia-tv re •noaai n 

'Qs (tl>a0', al 8' 5pa r^s /itlXa /i^ii kXvov ?)S' i< 
Trap S' S,p' 'OSuiTiTTii Ifleo-cw ^pSarlv r« iroffiti re, 
i5 rot iriwe Koi ^trflt TroX?5TXa! Sibs 'OBuffireif 
apiraXecur Sijpou yap efifjryoj j/oi fixaoros. 

Aurap Nofo-iKcto XevKidXE^foj 5W' e(fo'j)a'ei'* 
fl/jar' tipa TmJfa(ro rCOfi, koA^s en' ^Ti^'iiTjf, 
(ev^ff S' ^j/toiious KpaTfpcitni)(ai, ^v 6' ?pij oir^. 
&Tpvva) 8' 'OSiifT^o, Ittos t' ^i^r' « r' ovofia^cv' 



■ bte 



' Opireo 8f) i/Gv, fetiif, irdAiyS' IjUfi', Sifipa at 
irorpSs ^^u xpos BC/ia 5aitj>povos, evBa ai ^^fU > 
TcdvToiv <I>ai^ii(o>i/ eiSijo'^ftei' ^irirot Spunot. 
&\ka pAX Zb tpiuv boKffts bi lioi oiic ciiriwJo 
S<Pp' av fiiii K aypoxis Eofioi jtol «py' drflptSiroH', 
T6<ppa crvv djui^Hro'Aonri /i(fl' ^/iLijj'oi'!' icol ifia^aj- 
Kap%aXCpMS lp\f!r6ai' iyat 6 obop rtyep-oveuota, 
avrap eityv jroAios iiri^fiofiev ^iv iiipi itvpyos 
i'^/;Aor, KoAds di Acp.V iKirepSe ■n6Ki\Q^, 



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6. 0AYSSEIA2 Z, 103 

iifwxrai' irSuruf yap iirUmSv icrrw ^Kcior^, 265 

cp^a H ri a<l> iyopii^ koXov [ Uoiribrjiov ifu^ts, 

puToiffiv XAep'O't KaT(i>pv\i€<r<r ipapvia, >^ . ^^ ^ 

Ma ^ vq&v oirXa jX€Aatx;(ia)x; dX^ovcri, 

viiqiaTa Kol <nr€i/)a, ical i?ro^x;oi;(rt^ €per[ii. 

ov y^ 4>ati7K€0'(ri fi^ct jSids ovd^ if^apirffq^ A/ 270 

^* loTol Kcd iperfM V€&v koL inJ€S cio-at, 

|}<riy iyoXXJ/xevoi ?roXi^2;.76pJa)(n dciXao-crax;, 

T«v iXee^^o) (piTJfuv HbevKia^ [irj ny dirCaa'co -. (... ,^,.; '>.<, 

Kol v6 ns 58' cl^cri KOKdrcpos iimPokrj<ras' 275 

*T& 5' 08c Nai;<rtfC(if iTreraL koXos re fi^as re 
CW5 ; irov hi p.tv cSpe ; ttoo-is iri ol laaerai, avrij. 
^ Ttyi TTOV irXayxPhrra KO[x[<r<raTO tJs airi ia?;os 
wSpwj; n^Xedamx;, ewel ov r«;cs iyyvOev d(rLif* 
^ rfy pi evJ^ofUvji irokvipriTos Oehs fjXOev 280 

ovfmiOev Karapasy ?fct 8^ /i«; rjpiaTa itivra. 
pArepoy, e! Kavn} ^ep iiroixpixivrj irda-iv eipcv 
"^Wcp* ij yap Tovtrbe y iriyL&C'^i Kara brjfwv 
*Po6|Koy, ToC pLW iwQvTox iroXies re km iaOKoC 
•5 €pfov<r«;, e/btol 8^ k <5i;ci8ca raura yivovro^ 285 

*« i* iXXjy V6/X€(rc^, ^ rts rotaiVd ye p^C^t, ;•,"". y ■ 
? 'f Uk^ti (j>CKa)v Ttarpos koI piTjrpos i6irr(»>v 
> * mpiffi n fffygr ai, itpiv y* h^K^^iubiov yipxiv ikOeiv. 
ftu'c, aif y 58' ip4$€V ^vUi liros^ o(f)pa rixiirra 
ff^wr^s ical v6aTO(,o rvxps iTapa irarphs €p,oio, 290 

^^^ iyXaiv ikaos ^AOrjvris iyyi K€k€v6ov 
oiycipcor €v hi Kprpn) yciet, d/x^l 8^ XetjutcSv. 
"'^a 5i ?ra7-p^; e/xou rificvos TeOoKvii r dXco^, 
^(joy J^J irrr^A^os* ocrcroz; re yeycovc Pot^cW 



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6. 0AT2SEIAS Z. 

Stmbf (kdoifj-tv Kai iKiineOa hiifiara -naTpas. 

il rdre 4>aiq«(o:' rfiev es ttoAhj 178 ipltaBai, 
h^jtara. irarpos epn) fxcyoXT^ropos 'AXkivoou). 
^ela 8' iplyviOT' tori Kal au irits ^y^trairo 

ijptoos. AAV oiToV fiv trf 80'fxoi Kticvdaicri Koi (HjAtj, 
uijca ftdAo /ieya/wio hitXdffiiv, S^p &v tKTjai 

jjAciKara (rrpw^Mir' d\i7rdp((iupQ, flaCfia iS^trflof, 

(vda bi ■naTpoi efioio dpavoi ■ncm.KinXvTai avT^, 

rojj Ttapap.fiyjfiiJ.fvos ^fjrpos worl you jjofft xeipas 
^iAAeiv Tjii£Tip7}s, Tea yoori/ioj' ^/wp Kija; 
)(aCp(ou KafruoXCpMi, fl Kal fi6Xa Tt}K60tv iij-<rC. 
[tt Kin Tot KfCvtj ye i(>(\a ifipovf^ir' ivl 6vn^, 
iKiiiop^ Toi ^ireiro <pikovs r' Ibffiv Koi iKetrOcu 
oIkov hiKTliJ.€vou Kfd aiiv h vaTpiba ■yalai'.y 



Q,S apa <f)<ovtitratr' tpLatffv i^aariyi ipativ^ 
^/Hoyovs' al 6' Sto Aftrou ■noTap.aio pitSpa. 
al b' (u fiiv Tpi^xaiv, tS fie iiXlaiTOVTO ■!t6bt<Tatii, 

AlxtjiCiioXoC r' 'Obvaeiis Tt* v6if 5' eiri^akXfu lp.io 
bviT(T6 t' ^^Atos, Kdt roi Kkurov 3Airos Xkovto 
ipov 'AdT}uaCTts, iv' Up' tfeTo bios 'OSvffo-eu's. 
a^&' /TTttr' ^paro Aios noupji (itYiLAoco- 



6. 0AT22EIA2 Z. 105 

vw hrj vip iJL€V 2icov<roz;, iircl iripos oi ttot* &KOV(ras 325 
poionhoVi St€ y! i^pat.€ KXvrhs iwo<rCyaios> 
^ p! h ^ahiKas (l>Ckov ikdeiv fjb^ ik€€tv6v,* 

aki V (A TTO (f>aCv€T* tvcarrhi' atbero yip pa 
varpoKatrlyvriTov' 6 8' j?rt^a<^€\c^9 fieviaLvev , ^- 330 

•I. 



0AY22EIA2 H. 



^OSvcrcrim e^troSog irpoi ^AXkivovv^ 



Kausioaa readies her home. 

KOVpT\V h\ TTporl ioTV <l>ip€V fjJvOS fjIXlSvOUV. 

ff d' St€ b^i oS irarphs iyaKkvrh hdfjLOjS^ tfcave, 
(nijarev ip* iv irpoSvpouny Kaa-Cyvrjroi. hi fitv ip^is . 
iaravT^ iOavirms ivaXCyKioi^ ot p' vjt' Amjwiy 
flpLiSvovs i\vov la-diJTi re ia'.<l>€pov clcra). 
airrri 5' is 66XapLOV ihv fjie hate hi ol iwp 
yprfus ^AireipaCtiy 6aXapL7jTr6X.09 EvpvpLibova-a^ 
rqv iroT^ ^ AitdpfqO^if vies rjyayov &fjL(l>iikiar(rai* 
'AAjcti/rfo) 8' avrffv yipas i^€\oVy oiv€Ka iratn. 
^cw/JKea-aiv SvaxT(r€y Oeov 8' &s hrjiios iKOV€V* 
^ Tpi(j>€ "NavaiKiav kevKdXevov iv pLcyipoiaiv. 

ij ol TWp iviKai€ KOL cIo-O) bSpiTOV iK6(rpL€l. 

Odysseus is met by Athena in the form of a young gi 

Kai TOT '08i;<r<r€i)s S>pTo irSXivb^ Xpi€v' avTop ^A6i 
TToXXriv fjipa \(EV€ <^£\a (j>poviova'^ ^Obvaiji, 
pLTJ Tis ^airjKOiv pLeyaOvpMV dwtj3oXTJ<ras 
K€pTop,ioi r' iirica-ari, Kot i^epioiO^ Sns etry. 
oAA' St€ b^ S/)' l|ui€\A.€ Ti6\iv bva-eaOaf, ipawfjv^ 



7. 0AT22EIAS H* 107 

^evucp elKVUL verjvibi,^ kAKtsiv ^ovot^. 20 

(nfj li vpSaS* airov* 6 8' ivfCpero 8105 '08v<r<r€vs' 

•^12 riKOs, ovK iv iiot i6[xov iv^pos riy/jirau) 
kkKw6ov^ hs TOiah€ fier* ivOpd-noiciv ivi(r<r€i; 
xoi yhp fyo) ^€ivos raXairclpio^ kv06S Ik6.v<a 
m^iBof i^ iirCri^ yaCris* t$ ofi nva dtba 25 

Mpciitti', ot rtivhe ttoXiv koL Ipya vifwvrai^ 

Tiv 8' <iliT€ wpoo-^eiTre ^fa ykavK&Tns ^AOrjinj' 
^myhp iyd rot, fcire irirepy b6ixov Sv fxe K6Aet;6i9 
feifw, ^iref /btoi irarphs afx-SiMovos iyyvOi vaki. 
W IBi <ny^ ToloVy iyjn 8' obov rfyepjoveutrtA* 30 

pH rw ivOpd^oav 'irp A^o-o-eo fxrjb^ ^piHV€. 
ov yelp (€U*ovs otb€ inSL/^m^Spdirovs ivixpvrai, 
^' ayavaCofievoi c^tXeova' Ss k SWoOcv iXdij. 
wjwrl ^o^o-o^ To( ye Trejrotdcfres ^Ke^i^crt 
Wt^ia fi^' iicw€p6<oai,Vy iTTcC (t^^kti 8c5k' ivotriyfibiv' 35 
1 Tfip j>^65 £fC€iai owrel mcphv fj^ vorjixa,* 
\ fis ipa (f><ovrl<ra(r* ffyrjaaTO UaXkas ^AOrfvrj 
Ko^aX^s' 6 8' liretra /i€r' Ix^*^ jQatre' deolo. 
Toy y j^ ^aCriK€S vavaiKkorol ovk iv6r\(rav 
^PKojuvov Karh iorv bia <r(l>ias' ov yap ^AOrfpri 40 

*w einrX((Kafi09, 8€«;^ deoy, 17 P^ ^^ Sx^^^ 
^<nr6a6|v Kar^a/e <^Aa (f)pov4ova hi 6vfi^, 
mna(€v 8' '08v(r€is kifjJvas Kai injas iCaas 
^w d* fjpdoav iyopas Koi TcC^ca [xaKpa 
W^lAi, (rKoA((ir60'(ru' iprjpdra, Oavjxa Ibiadai, 45 

^ !re 8^ jSacreX^o? AyaKAi;rct b<ip,a&* Xkovto^ 
'"owri 5i p£Biav Jip\€. O^a yXavKwirts ^AOrfvr)' 

She directs him to the house of Aloinous. 



Top^ei' Gapa-aktoi yap ivrip iv -Kainv &ij.eli'iiiv 
IpyoKTiv T(\tdH, el Kai irodfv oXXofleiJ eXfloi. 
3e'(r7rot;'au fiie irp&Ta Kcj(^(reai Iv p,eyi.pQi<Ta>' 
'Ap^Ttj B' ovoii iaAv iiiii>vvp.oii, ix bi tokijiov 
rSv alrmv ot iicp reKoy 'AXkCvoov ^aaOSja. 
'NavirCdoov piv Tip&ra nocrfibdioe ivo<Tl)(€mv 
yfCvaro Koi Ufpi^oia, ywamSv etSos cLpitmf, 
tmkoTarrj Ovyiriip fj,cyaki]TOpos Kvpuiii&oiiTOS, 
OS Trod' v-nipQvpoitri. Y'lyiirreiraiv ^atrCKfVfv. 
aX\' 6 jxiv iAeire kaov ardirOaXoir, iXero B' airbt^ 
rfj hi HoiTeiStlwi' fii-iyrji tai iyeiucao waKa 
Nouffteoor iieyd9vp.ov, &s iv ^airj^ai ovacrtre" 
Nav(rCOoos 6' e/CKeii 'Prjfijyopd r 'AAKf;'ooi' r. 
roy /i^f &Kovpov i6iTa ^il\' Apyvporo^os 'AWXAmi' 
wp.i{)iov iv lityipif, ixCav oijjr ffaI5(i Xtird/n-o 
'Apijrrjj'" T^u 5 'AKkIuoos TroniiraT &KotTU/, 
Kal pnv lr«r' us oS ris ^iri x^oui Tferai £XAi}, 
Sffo-at I'Ci' y( yvvaiKes iiT hihp&inu oIkov cxovirtv^ 
fij KeCiT) nepi (c^pi T(Ti(i,i}ra( re Kot toriu , 
4k Tf ijiCKiov TiaCbtov Ik t airrov 'AXkwooio 
Kal KaSv, ot fiiv pa fffbe &s flffopdanrrts 
hfibi)(aTat p,v6ol<rui, Srf oTftxV^' ^''^ Soru. 
av iJ.lv ydp n v6ov yt Kal airn) bfvtrai ia-0kov' 
ottriv T fv ij>poiihiat koI avbpdiTi vfCKta Kvft. 
ft Kiv TOi KcivT) ye 0iXa ippopirjir^ ipl 0v(i^, 
iXTTinpri TOi InuTa tplKov^ t Ihicw koI iK^aSai 
oIkov ii {nlfopotliov koI <n]v is -naTpCSa yeuav' 

Besoription of Iha palace and sardeiii ot Aloln 
*Qs i/)a ^''^tn'jtratT dir«'/3') yXavKomis 'Ad^tn} 



7. 0AT22EIA2 H. 109 

Wo d' is MapaJd&va kou eipviyvuLV ^AOrjirqv^ 80 

hm 8' *Epfx,Ofjoi 'ttVKLifhv bofwv. aifrap 'Oducrcr^vs 
*^XKw6ov vpbs dcifurr' U icXvrd* 'TroWa hi ol K^p 

& re yap fjfkCov aXyXri vikev rfk (r€\rjirqs 

%ia fc(id' i^€pe(l>^s ixeyaXrJTopos ^AkKtvooLO, 85 

X<i^eoi fib^ yhp rotxpi ikriXibar^ lv6a kou Ma^ 

h nv)^bv i^ otboVf v€fi b^ OpiyKbs kvJlvolo' 

X/rftrciai bk Ovpai irvKivbv bSfiov ivros t^pyov* 

^\u)L b' &py6ptoi iv xakKi^ ifrraa-av ovS^, 

kyip^v b\ €<^* viT€p6vpu)v, Xpvtrhi b\ Kopdvrj. 90 

X/wVciot 6' iKiT€pOt Kot ipyvp€ot. Kvves ffcav^ 

^"KtfKUOTOS Irev^ev IbvCrja-i TrpaTtCbea-a-i, 

^^ (l)Hfk€ur<rdlJii€vai fJLiyaXrJTopos 'AXKti^doto, 

idovirovs Svras KaH, &yqp(»)s TJ^iara irivra. 

^ ^ Bp6voi TTifi Tolxpv iprip&aT* ivOa koL iv6a, 95 

h fiv\ov i( oifboio buxinreph, ivd^ ivl iriirXoi. 

Wol UwriTOi fifpXrjaTai ipya ywaiK&v, 

^a ^ 4>ai^ic&>2; fiyrjfrop€9 ibpiooavro 

viwrcy Koi ibovT^s' iirqeravhv yap iyjEfTKOv, 

X/^<retoi d' &pa Kovpol ivbfJLrJT(av ivl fioip^Qv , 100 

mcurajf alOopjhas baibas p.era x,€pa-lv Ixovres^ 

^alvovTfs iruKTas Karb. bdpiaTa baiTVfjLOVca-in. 

'^^Kovra Zi ol bpLa>ai Kara b&pa ywoLKes 

«1 Ifhf iXerpeiiova-L fwkris lirt p.i^(ma Kopvov, 

<tt 8 loTov; wl>6(Da'i, koL ri\6.KaTa (rrpca^Sifnv 105 

¥cv(tt, otii re <fiikka /moxedi^? aly^ipoio' 

mpoffiwf ^iOavioav iTroXeCpercu vypbv ikaiov, 

'^v ^aCriK^s vepl 'jrivroiv tbpL€s ivbp&v 

% 00^1^ ipi irivTw ikauv4fi€v^ &s bik yvvaiK€9 

••tfip T€xyfj<rirai' Trept yip a-(f)i(ri b&K& ^AOr{vr\ no 



'I 



r. OAT2SE1AS H. 

fuToaOiv 6' aiAij! ii.iyas opxaTOS ayx_i Bvpi^v 
Tfrpiyvo^' 'T^P^ ^' ^pKot ^XjjXarai aix^oTtpmOsv. 
euBa Bi S^uSpea naKpa TttipUKaiTi TrjXfQooiirra, 
Syxvoi KoX poicd koI fitjXtat dyXaoKopiroi 
■nJKe'ai t< yXvKtpai koI iX.aiai TrjhfOonxrai. 
tAoiv olr wore Kopnoi auiJAAiirai oS6 AiroXfiirtt 
Xeif*'*'''''* "^5^ OipfUi, iTTfrqiTiof' AWa fxdX' afet 
Zftpvplrj imelovtra rb. p-iv <f>vfi, aXXa hi ir^ffo-ei. 
oyxyrj Itt' oyyvrt yijpao-Kei, fi^Xow 6' ^Tri jx^A^u, 
oSro/) eirl orin^uA^ oroi^uX^, itukoii 8' i-nX eriiuif. 
ivda b4 ol ■soX.VKapnos AXwij i^piCutrai, 
■rijs mpov piv BfiXoTuhov \evp^ ivl X'^PV 
riprrerai ^eAfu, Mpas S' ipa rt TpvySauru!, 
SXXas 6t TpaTriovTi' ■na.pai.Oi hi r* op^ai^h fltrtv 
iaiQos &ipiel(rai, SrfpaL h' VTto'ntpKdCovinv. 
iv6a be (£0(rfijjro( irpamal ~apa ceforoc opxov 
woiToiai -necjivaiTiv, lirqfTavov yav6oi<raf 
iv C« hijco Kpijvai ^ fiiii t' hia k^tioi' &TravTa 
cTKltvaTai, ?; B' irfpcaBeii im' avXijs oJBSii tqo-t 
TTpos' hopJiv i^Tjkhv, Sdta ihpeiouTo iroXxrai. 
Toi' &p' ie 'AAKtrifoio Oemv l<ray dyXoa 55/)a. I 

- I 
OdyaseuB appears in the midst and suppliontes Anj 

'Eiiffa aras SrjfLTo woXi/rAas Bibs '06u(r<rtiJc j 
avrap ^TTtiSq TrtSiTa «iS flffijcraro ftjfi^, I 

KopiTaXf/iojff VTTcp ovhbv e/Sijirero Bwfiaros' tlffio. 
rfpt 6i 4>aiijKU)y ^y^ropos ^6e f:i^Bopraj 
mh^ai/ras hifiAta-iTiP hiiTKoicif ipyeKJiovrji, 
If imndri/a irnh/hftritov, 3re p^injiralaTo koCtov. 
avrap o fifj hih 6£fxa iroAvrXas Btbs 'OBuo-tretr, 
iroXA^f ^tp' fxy^i V^ ■'^ TrepC^fvev 'AO^wj, 
iJji^' &er' 'A/)i}n]v re lol ^ ^Ktvoou ^qaiXyv'^ 



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7* 0AYS2EIAS H. 1H 

brj /5' avrou) w(l\ti; x^ro Oia-fparo^ irjpt 
cp iyivovTO hSfiov K&ra* <f>SiTa IhovnSi 

V dp6(t>vT€s* 6 Si kiTdv€V€V 'Obva-a-eSs* 145 
nrjy $vyaT€p ^Fri^vopos lumBiow^ 
oaiv <r(i re yoiivaB' iKivo) ttoXXjol /uioyi^o'a;, 
: batJvpL6vaSi rouriv 0€ol SXfiia boUv 

Kot ircuaiv iTnTp4^€i€V lKa<TTOs 
■vl ii€y6poi(Tt yipa9 0^ 8 rt bfjfjLOs IdcoKev. 150 
oi TTOfnTTiv drpdvere irarpCb^ iKiirSai 
^irel ifi briOa <f)CK<»)V iiro infiiiaTa iriaxo)/ 
7ra>y icar' Sp' Ifer' iit^ ^(^^11 iv KOvCrfo-i, 
• ol 6' Spa wciwcs iK^r lyivovro atxtyjrfj, 
fj fierifiire yipcav rjpoas 'Ex^os, 155 

urJKOiv &vbp&v 'irpoy€vi(TT€pos ^€V 
;<7i KiKa(TTOy Tsakaki re ^oXXd re eldcSs* 
v(f)pov4(av iyoprjaaro kclL fieriei/ircv' 
lvo\ ov pJv rot rode KiXkiov ovbi loifce, 
V x^M^ ?5<r^ai ^tt' itrxiprf iv KovCrja-iv' 160 

w livOov iroTibiyixcvoi, la-xavdcavrcu. 

btj ^€ivov ixiv iirl Opovov ipyvpoi^kov 
larrjiras, ov bk KrjpiKCO'a-i Kikevcov 
Kpfjaaiy tva Kod Ail rep^iKepat/x/cd 
V, OS ff iKiTTja-iv &p^ alboCoKTiv (^Tn^Se? 165 

^ f e£t^(p Tap,C7j boTOi ivbov i6vT(i)vJ 

oos raises him from the hearth and sets food 

before him, 

eTrel to y &kov(t Upbv fiivos 'AAKtvooto, 

(i>v ^ObvoTJa bat(f>pova iroiKtXofxrJTTjv 

r' iaxap6(l)LV koI ^m 6p6vov elce (^a^LVOv^ 

nj/tras iyamjvopa Aao^&^oiina^ ^\'^ 



T13 7. 0AT22EIA2 H. 

OS ol TjKria-lov '((, piAitTra b4 jXtv ipi,\iffTKf. 
X_ipi'i^a fi' ofiipCisoKos irpox^f eir^euf ipipovaa 
KoX^ yjniaftri, virip apyvpimo X^^rjros, 
vi\frair6al,' irapa 8e ^tariiv h'di/viraf rpawefiw. 
<r(T0i' B' alholr] rafiCi} Trape'flijice ipipoMaa, 
(Kara iriKK' tirififica, \api(oixlprj napiovTinv. 
avrap 6 TiXve km ijff5« iroAiyrAaj Sros '08uir(rfiis" 
Koi ToVe Ji^pu/co Tjpoirdtjir] /^^roy 'AAkwiJoio* 

' rioiToi^e, KprjTrjpa Kepairirii.p.a'os p.i$V vtipM 
■naiTLV &.vh. p,eyapop, tva Kol Ati TfpTiiKfpadvu 
tmfiiTOiifv, Ss 6' iKfTiiini! &ii altoCota-ui owfifi.' 

"Hi iftdro, UovTOVoos hi /^eAf^pofa o'pov inlpt 
v^p-ijav S' apa TTOo'ii' iirap^ip,fvos heitdftrau 
oArip i-ntl (nreWv r tiridji 6' Savv ^&tK( Sviibtf 
Toiirw 6' 'AXkivoos Ayopqa-aro ical fieT€'«ire, 



' K^KXT/re, 'l'ot7i»:(Ui' ^yiJTopef i)5e fiebovrts, 
o^p ttirto Tti /x« 6vp.hs ivl <rrq9f<T(rt neXeu'ei. 
t'Ci' fiiv baitrdp.et'ot KaraKelert oIkoS' ioWes' 
ijiaOfii be ydpovras tiri irX^ouos KoKiiravTts 
^flvov im p.fy6^oii ^tivltrirofifv ^ti 0€OiiTiv 
p4^op.fv Upa KoAa, (irtiTa be icai -atpi ■noiJ.Tnjs 
pjnji76iif$\ &s X ^ feii'of avevBt nSvov km ivtiii 
T:op.T:^ viji' Tip.er4pji rjv -narpSia yaUw Eicjpm 
yalpmv Kop-nakipMi, d xal ^oXa njXtJfldi iarl, 
fiijS^ Ti fie(r<niyvs yf kokSiv sal ir^;ua ir<i^(n 
xp^i/ ye j-if j(? yaCrjs im^t'ip-evaf ei/Oa 6' ^Tret™ 
itfCtTfTai §,ircra ol aVa Karcl kA^c's re ^opeuu 
ytii'Ofx^i'ip v^o-aiTO XiiKf, ore jiiv riKf [i^qTrip, 
el 5^ ns fifloi'artoi' y« kot' oipai'ov tlk^\ov6ar. 



7. 0ATS2EIA2 H. 113 

aJd yhp to iiipos yc .Oeoi <^alvovTai ivafyyeis 

riiiiVf €5r' ipba>fjL€V ayoicXeiras ^Karojutj3as, 

ymrral re irap* iniyn KaOrjficvoL iv6a irep ffixeis* 

ci V ipa Tis KoL fJLOVVOS lo)v ^yLpkqrai, oSfrr/y, 

^ n KaTOKpyTTTOvo'iVy iireC a<f>iaiv iyyvOev elpikvy 205 

& irep K-iKXoiyjris re kclI Sypta <f)v\a Ttyiin-oiv.* 

Tov 8' &jrajJL€ip6fi€vos Tipoa-i^Ti TroAvfxijriy 'OSvo-crctJs* 
' 'AAjc&o', SAXo rf ftot fiekiro) <f>p€(TCv' ov yap ky<a y€ 
oSaviTOLtriv loiKa, Tol ovpavhv evpvv ixovGiv^ 
^ U\ua.s ovib\ (jyuriVy dXka 6vr]Tol(n ^poTolaiv* 210 

^ rwas v\i€%s Icnre jUKlXtar' ^x^^''^^^ cJtfw 
«'^p<^a)y, TOio-Cv K€V iv iXy^a-iv laoaa'aCixTjv. 
^ d' m K62; fcol jmoAAov iyii KaKo. iMuOrja-aCixriVy 
^(fa ye brj ^fXTravra Oe&v Iottjti, ii6yri(ra, 
^ ijii fjihf iopinjarai iiaaTe K-qbofxevov irep* 215 

w yip Tt oTvyepirj iirl yourripi Kvvrepov &Xko 
^Wo, ij T* iKiXeva-ev ?o ixinja-aa-Oai avdyKjf 
*«i jiiXa T€ip6fi€vdv Koi ivl (f)p€ai irivBos iyovra^ 
®s Kol lyo) irivOos fih Ixco </>pc<rli;, ^ 8^ /xcfA.' aUi 
(dfOffiOfai KiXerai kcu TTLviiieVy iK hi /xe iravTiav 220 

^'iWifci 5<r<r' itfoBoVy kojL hnrkrja-aiTOaf, ivdyei. 
*M€& y irpivefrBat, Sfx' 1701 <f)Mvofiivrj(f)iVi 
•* * ^/jii T^y b6<mjvov ijxrjs iTnpri<reT€ irirpri^y 
*w»6p 'TToXAa Tra06vTa' Iboirra /xe Kai X^irot aicl)i; 
*'T|(raf ^jyi^y, hfj^is T€ Koi v\lr€p€(f)ks fiiya hQfia,^ 225 

Qs i(f>a$*^ ol 5' Spa ^dii/rcs iirfivfop 178' iKiXevov 
''^'^iliewu Tov ^ewoVy lirel KaTa ixoipav Ictircif. 
***^^ lirel <nr€i<riv t' ^TrtoV d' Scrop ^deXe ^jutis, 
^'^ M€» KaKK€^oirr€9 ifiav otK<{j;8c iKacrros, 
*vrdp j ^ fj^yipb^ VTreAcftrero 8tos '08v(r<rcvs, 230 

^^ *^ oi 'A/n}7T7 re ical 'AAicfooos ^coeiS^s 
^<^ hfjt^lTToXoi, d' dTreKoa-fJLcov cirrca bavro^. 

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114 '■ OiTSIEUS H. 

ToliTtti 5' 'AprjTri \(VKci\fiios ^p)((TO fi,v6aiii' 
iyvia yap ipapos te yirSivi. re el/iar' ISovaa 

Kai fiiv ^lovrjiraa liita irrtpotpra irpoo-ijiJSa" 

Odyoaens toUa how be bad ooma to Soherll 

' E«f<, rh fUv <rf ■npStTov iyinv (lp^<ToiMii avT^ 
tIs tio&w CIS huhp&v ; Hi toi rdSf e!)iar' fGa)i 
ov 6^ 0^s ^ttI TToyToc AA.<ufioios (v6a.h' iK^trfloi 

T^iJ 6' dmanfifiofifvos ■npocrttjiT) TroXu/ujrts 'OSw 
' dpyoAe'oi/, ^arrlkda, hiriv(Kims dyoptio-ai 

Tovro Si Toi ^p^o) 3 fi' djieipeai ^S^ ^(7aAA.^s. 
Qyuyirj 71? VJJiTOS aiTOTrpodfV clp fiAl KCiriW, 
?ii6a nev 'ArXoiros OuyiiTTjp, bo\6t(rffa KoXtn^H, 
iiaCti euirXoKOfios, 6«hj^ dtoi' ovbt rts avrn 
lifa-yerai ovrf 6(aii ovTf 6vi}tS>v av^pdmnv. 
oAA' ipi Tbp hvirrrjvop ftjifimov vy^yf haCfiaai 
Oiov, fisfC /ioi vjja 6or}e apyTJri Kfpaw^ 

[^v6' oAAoi fiw iTQin-fr aW^fliflw etrOAoi Iraijoot, 
airap lyi rpoTTiv &yKas iKaiv Vfos &p.((iifkCa-ir>is 
ivvijuap (jtfpofirjv' hexaTji h4 p^e wktI p.fkaCvri 
VTJiTOV is 'SiyvylrfU viXaaav Qioi, iv$a KaJiV\j/&i 
vaCei ivTikSKaiiOS, Beivi) fltui, ij p.f Xa^ovfra 
ivhvKiws i<f/(K(L re koI (Tpeipev ijSe eipaiTKf 
&ijrT(iu &&dvaToii Koi ayijpiuv ijjiara iriijiro' 
&W' ip.ov ov HQTt 6vi/.ov (vl aTr\QttiaLi! lTr«fl«i',] 
ivOa p.iv iitTAerfs p-ivov ip-mhov, tXp-ara 6' old 
BdK/nicri heiivKov, Ttl pot &p^p07a bwKf KoAv^ci* 
dAA' 5rf 8i/ oyboov fioi ImTrkop.fvoi' Iros ^Afle, 



J. 0AY22EIAS H. 115 

or/ ■^■"'■''^.' 

Zip;Ss W iyytklris^ rj Koi v6os iTpiirer^ avrfjs. 

vifiiri 5' hrl trxjEbCris woAvo^cr/ioi;, 'iroAAa 6' I$ci>k6, 

mv Koi lUOv ffiv, Kal iiifipora etjuiara ia-aev, 265 

oipov a vpoht\K€if imrjiiovi re \iap6v T€. 

^a ^ jcol S^KO fxh/ ttA^oi; rjiiara irovToiropeioav, 

^n-a)K(u86fC(irT; 5' Ic^cii;?; o/oea crKiJcz^ra 

yo^Tjj ifieripriSi y/idrj(n bi jnot <^£\oi; tJto/) 

Wfirfpy' tJ yap l/jteAAov In ^via^adai, diCv^ 270 

i«)X^, ttJi; /xoi ivQpa-€ Uoaetbioiv ivoa-CxOcaVy 

^lUii i(t>opiJLTi<ras ivifwvs Karibria-e KiKevOa, 

^pofev bk 6iXa<r<rav ij94(r<l>aTOVy ovb4 tl KVfia 

^^ hi ox€bCris &biva (rrevixovra <l>4p€(r6ai, 

''P fikv eircira ^eAAa bt«rKiba(y^' avrap iyd y€ 275 

^(Jfi€W)s T6b€ XoLTpLa bthpLayov^ 6(f)pa /x€ yaCrj 

^ipTj iTriXaa'(r€ (f>4p(av &v€fi6s t€ kol Hbcap. \^ 

®^a Ki y! iK^alvovra ptrja-aTo KVfi^ M xipaov^ 

'"/>I/y Ttph^ fieyiXya-L fiakhv kclI irfpirh X'^P^' 

^ iafaxcunriiMCvos vrjxov iriXiV, clos iTnjXOov 280 

«s irorofioi;, r^ brj [loi Idtraro x^po9 iptcrros, 

1^ verpitiiVy Koi ivl a-Kiiras fjv ivipLOio. 

« I hnaov 0vfi7iy€p4<i>v^ iirl 6' ifJLPpoa-hi vh^ 

7W' Jyj^ 8' iirivfvOf buirerios Trora/xoio 

v^ ip SifjLifoim KaribpaOov, ipLKJ)! bi </>i;AAa 285 

''^^{fiJ/v' ihrroir 8^ ^€0? Kar' int^lpova x«5€v. 

«Wa ^ ^ ^AAotcri, </>£\oz; renrjiJiivos ^Jrop, 

*^ irann;x^^ '^**^ ^^' V^ '^^^ jutecroi; ij/xa/)' 

^^<i r' ij4Xi0Si KaC /x€ yAviciy Uttvos &vrJKa;, 

^TtdKovs 5' ^-jri Oivl rajs ivorjaa Ovyarpos 290 

^Hoitrasy iv V avrrj ^rjv eiicvia ^ef/o-t. 

'^ Ufreucr'* ^ 8' ov n vorjpLaros rjixfipor^v ecrflAov, 

•* OVK iv lAiroto vedrepov ivTiiaavTa 

W)*€r fl/fi? ^^ sr^ j/edrefioi A<J)paS4ovaiv. 

I a 



ii6 7. OiTSSEIAS IT. ^M 

_ ij fioi &Itov thaiKiV SXts 178' aWoiia otvov, fl 

Tavra rot ix'^V''"'' '""^P i^'tMl" KaWXefa.' fl 

Toif S' a5r' 'AKkivoos dirojuef/3ero tpiairqiriv r«' I 
' £«'"'. ^ roi fiei" TOVTO y cvaCaifioe oIk hi6r)cK I 
■nais ifi.^, oJiveKd a-' ov ri fj,(T &iJ,<l>u!i6\oim yovaicSM 
rlyev is ^jilTepov <rii 8' S.pa Trpiir^v iK^-fVcras' (| 
Toil 6' a-nofiei^d^ej'os •npaai^ri iioXifityns 'OSnirow 
' i|/>tus, /J,^ p^i TOiJVfK afiuvova vttKie Koipijv 
1} j/er yap p.' cKtApue otJv dj/t/xiroAoiiTiv iiteaSai' 
aXX iya> ovk i6f\ov Seicras alir)iyv6ij.fi>6s • 
)i-^ Tuas Kol (Tol Ovfios fma-K:viriTaiTO ISovrt,' 
Sj/o-fijAoi yap r' dfihi eirl )(6ovl tpvK ivBpt&icoiV.^ 

AlatnooB piomlaaa Idm Ha ooavoy for tha o 

Tclii 8' oBr' 'j^XicfiJooff ^irapLtC^ero (ptivTjifhi rC 
' f «riJ , ov fwi. ToiovTov evl oTqdea-a-i tjilKov Krjp 
fjitn//iBfcos Ke)(o\Sa-6ai.' ajxeivoi B' aimfia isii/ra. 
al yap, ZtC re Trarep koi 'A^jjyaf?; sal 'AttoXXopi 
roibsjttij!' oI(fs| kam, tA Ire <j>poviu>v & t fy(& mfp, 
TialZa r' fp,^ii ixiiifv koI ^jxos yaitfipos fcoA^ctrdoi 
aSflt jihuoV oiKOV hi t eyi Ktti Kr^nara Sof^ji', 
«r k' ldi\a)v ye nivoii' StKOjira B^ o-' oC rss ip^^ 
•itairiKCOv nil tovto tfi(Xov Ail -TraTpX yivo 
•na^iiffpi 6 h TiiS iyin T(KiJ.aCpo(iai, o<pp' eS cIBj)t, 
aBpior I?" r^fios hi aii p^v 8eB(H7j/*^cos fei^ 
kf^fai, ol 8 ^Xo'tuirs yoX^fffi', o<j>p' &v ticqai 
■narpiba injv kq! Sw/lio, kqI el ttoiJ roi ^Ckov iarit 
fl Trep Kol fidXa -woXXoy iKaa-ripta fTr Ei^oCrjs, 
r^i' ire/» njAordra) ^tlo-' lij,pivai oX ^ly iSoi/t 
Afliu/' >)/i€Tfpo}v, ore t€ ^(w^o:/ 'Pa8it//a:'6ui' 



7. 0AY22EIA2 H. 117 

u ol (v6^ fjkOoVy Kot &T€p Kafiiroio TiXeaaav 325 

tQ avT(^ kclL iTTi^wa-av olKob' dTrCa-a-o). 

s hi kclL avrbs ivl (f)p€<rlv Saffov Hpiarai 

Kit Kot Kovpoi ivappCmew &Ka irqbi^,^ 

^aro, yrj6rja€v bk TToKvrKas bios 'OSvo-o-evs, 

vos 8' &pa ctirev fcoj t' l</>ar' lie t' dvofxaC^' 330 

V Trdrcp, atff Saa fiirc rc\cvr^<rcicr iiravra 

)os' Tov yihf K€V iTTL (eCboapov Upovpav 

ov KXios eXrjj iy^ bi k€ irarpCb^ iKoCpLrjv.^ 

and all retire for the night. 

ol pkv ToiaCra upos dXX?}Xovs iiyopevov^ 

) 6' ^Aprjrq kevKdkevos d//.<^tiroXoi<rt 335 

W aWovoTj 6ifi€va(, koI prjyca KoXa 

€ iixPaXi€(,Vy oTopia-ai t i<l>'6'JT€p6€ riTnjTaSy 

f r' ivOifxevaL oiXas KaOvitepOev laaaOai, 

rav iK fieyipoLO bdos /xcra x^po'^i' ixpva-ai' 

hel <n6p€<rav ttvkivov \i\os ^yKoviovaai, ' 340 

!^ '08v<r^a irapurriixcvat iTriea-a-iv' 

k4(m>v, S> ^€trc' irenoCriTaL bi tol evvrj,^^ 
• Tw 8' iairacTTov hCa-aro KoifiriOrjvau 
iv h;6a KoB&jib^ 'noXvrXas bios '08v(r<reifS 

iv \€X(i€a'(rw wr' aWovcrp ipibo'&JTi^' 345 

»os V ipa \iKTo fiyxjlo bopiov v^t^Aoio, 
yvvfi biaiFowa X^os Tr6pavv€ koI evvrjv. 



108 7. OATSSEIAS H. 

Safrrji' baimifj-fi^ovs' av 8' lo-to Ki'e /^iS^ ti flVjUui 
rdp^n' 6apiTak4os yap ai^p tv T!a<nv afielvion 
^pyoKTiv rekfdfi, fl KaC iroOfv aXXoOev tkSoi. 
biairoivav fiiv ■np&TO. KV)(ri<TfOj. iv fkeyipaiaw 
'Ap^TTj 6' ovoti km\v iirtimifiov, ^k fiJ TOKijiae 
Tbie aiiT^v ot TTtp t4kov 'AXkIvoov ^aatkrja. 
NavrrWoov liif irpura FIoiTetfiiiwv ivorri)(diav 
y^ivaro Koi liipl^oia, yvvai-Koiv etSos apCtrni, 
oTrXoraTTj &vy6.Tqp /neyaXjjropos EJpvjLK'SoiT'Of, 
3s TTofl' i-aepQviiOKn Tiyivreaaiv fiaaCKevev, 
oAA' o fiiv SiKeai Xaou drdo-SoAoji, wXtro h' afroi^ 
TT] 6e rToo-eiBaiui' fp^lyi, koI lyelvo-To iratBo 
Nauirifiooy (ifyiOvfiov, fls ei^ ^afij^ii/ Sratrirt* 
Nnuo-Woos 5' lr«icfy 'Pijfjjiropi r' 'AXkIvo^ t 
Tou fihi fiicoiipoi' eo'ira ;8uA' apyupo'rofos 'AnoAXw 
wjj,(j>ioD iv jiiyipa, iLiQv oXr]v Tralfift AnrojTa 
'Ap»in|u* TTji" B' 'AAx^tio? iroiifo-ar' Xkoitu', 
naf jiir eriir' is oS tis ^ttI xSowi tUtm 2XX)], 
Sffo-oi joJy ye yvvoXKts fnr' AvSpdrnv oIkov i^ovffiP 
&S Ktlirr] ttfpi KTJpt TfT(fir)TaC r« «al eirrtu 
Ik t« i^tXuy TraffituJ' Ik t airoiJ 'AXmvooio 
Koi Kamv, ot )xiv pa dfov &s fltropouiirrts 
SetS^arai p.vOoiinv, ore arfl^rja &ira aani, 
oi fiiv yip Ti v6ov yt koI avrr) heueroi fVflXoti* 
alfflv T tv ^povhun koi avbp^i jiefKea AiJei. 
«[ xiv rot Kefinj ye 0to.a <j)pov(tia' ivl dvfi^, 
iXTnapTi TOt tmira iplKovi t Ihiuv koI iKiirBai 
oXkov h inli6po(l)ov koI aiju « -narpSia ydiav.' 

DesoriptioQ of the palaoa &nd gardens of Aiuiw 
*ils S/>a i^towjiraff' arsi^ yXauKuwis 'Afl^iiJ) 



7. 0AT22EIA2 H. 109 

Ifccro 5' is MapaS&jHi kcu eifwdyviav ^ABrprqVy 80 

Im 8' 'E|9€x^o( truKLvhv b6iJjov. aifrap 'Odvo-crcw 

AAxwoov irpo£ dcifxor' Ic jcXvrci* ^oXXct 5^ ol K^p 

^^fV-cuv {(rra/ut^o), vptv xikK€ov ovbbv iKiaOai, 

toy re yap rJ€kCov (dyXt} w^X^i; rji (r€\rjirqs 

^ui K(id' v\jf^€<l}ks [xeyaXrJTopqs 'AXictvooto. 85 

X<l^€ot fiiy yhp toi\ol fXryXttear' &^a icai Ma^ 

« PX^i' ^£ oidov, v€fi bi BpLyKhs Kvdvoio* 

XpAreioi hi Ovpai, iWKtvbv bSfiov ivros t^pyov* 

^oBfiol i* ipyipeoi, iv \CLkK4<a laraa-av ovb^o^ 

^p(ov b\ €(p>^ viT^pOiipiov^ xpvcrer] bi Kopdvrj. 90 

XpiiTdoi b* kK&r€p6€ Kol &pyvp€oi kvv€S fja-avy 

ofe'H^cuoTos Ircv^cv Ibvirjai, irpaTrCbfcrcn 

^Ma t^ttiKwririynevai, pLcyaXriTopos 'AXxtPooto, 

wavitovs Svras Koi iyrjpais rJiMara irivra, 

^ 8e BpovoL vepl roTxov iprjp^baT^ ivOa koL ivOa, 95 

« ftvj^w i( oifboio buifiTTcpksy iv&* ivl iriirXoi, 

Woi hiuvqroi fi^pkrjaTO^ Ipya ywaiKQv. 

fv$a $6 ^anQKOiv fj/yqropes kbpiooiVTo 

ir&owcy Kal SWres' iirqeravbv yhp ix^cKov. 

)(pv<r6(oi d' Spa Kovpoi ivb{irfr(av iiii fi<ofiQv , 100 

^(nofrcof alOopjivas baibas /utcra x^P^^^^ lx'^^^^^9 

^fcow€5 vvKtas Karh bdpLara baurufjiSvea'cn,, 

''^^Kovra Zi 01 bfx<oal koto, b^jia ywalK€s 

^ M^ dXcrpevovo-i p^kqs fet fxrjKoTra KCLpvopy 

^ ^ SoTovf v(f>6(i>(n kclI fjkiKaTa aTpoi>(l>&(nv 105 

^MQfu, oM T€ <^i;XXa fxcuctSi^s aly^Cpoio' 

*tttpo(r6ioy b*.d6ovi(av ifnoKufieraL vypov ikaiov. 

^<nv ^ah}K€s v€pl itiLvra^v tbpL€s &vbp&v 

% Botiv ivl it6vTc^ ikavv4ji€v, &s bk yvvaiK€s 

^^v uxvfjaa-cu' irfpl yip (r<f>i<Ti. b&K& ^Adrpni 1 10 



•t 

fKTOtrOtv h' avkrjs M^V"! opxaros &yx} ^Vpitoir 
TfTpAyuoi' TTipl 6' ^pKos ihi^kaTai a^ijioTipiaOai. 
fvBa hi i&ipfa pxtKpa irtijimain rriKeddiovra, 
Sy^val Kol poial Ka't ij.rj\4ai. ayXaSKopTioi 
avK^M T( y\vK(pal koI ikalai. TJ]\c66tiitrai, 
rdioc o£ iror( Kapisos auoXKvrai ouh' inoktlufi 
Xei/xaros ovbi flepcvy, ^ircr^o-ior' dXAa fidk' al^ 
Zeffn/pCij TTUtfouffo TO piv il>v(t, liXka hi ■nltrau. 

avTop f-nl oTO07)Aii orai^uX^, crvKov 5' firl otJk^. 
IvSa 8^ oi TToAiI/cnpiros dXco^ ippC^mrat, 
Tjjs trepov juey fletXoir<6oi' KevpZ eai X^Pf 
TipiTtrai jjeA-fftj, iripas 6' 5/ia re Tpvy6o3(Ti.v, 
&Was Si TpairiovfTi,' uapoiOf bi t" of«/>aitts elffiv 
fi:^os d^utfrac, Irtpai. 8' v770JrepKiifmwty. 

•navToXai -netjyvacriv, I'mffTavov yav6ui<rai' 
tp hi SiJU) KpTJvai fi p4v r h>a. Krjsov &Tiavra 
a-KCbuaraL, tj S' (TipoiOev i'n' av\ijs oihbv Iqn 
irpbs Ziixoi) {njnjXov, Sdtv vhpevovro TroAira*. 
Toi' tip' iv 'AXkivooio 6im ttrav i.y\tta h&pa, 

OdyBBSiiB appearn in the niidat and sappliaataa J 
'EiiSo (rras BrjfiTO 'so\vT\as Siby 'OSvirtrtus. 
avrap i-aahji tiAvra iw Grj-qtraro 6vpM, 
KopnaXf/xtus VTiip ovboii i^^crero SmfiaTOS tlcra. 
dipt hi ^ai'^Kiap ^yTjTopas ^6e p.ibovTas 
oTTeVBowM bfirdfainv ^tntrfTru ^yfi<j)6vr>i, 
If ruftiiry <nr^e(7KDu, Sre p-vqiTaCaro koCtov. 
aiirap 6 ^^ hik hSip.a TroXjJrXas Sior ^Ohvira^s, 
■m>X\r}v riip" ^x.'^v, ijv ol wepfx^*" 'Afl^jij, 
o^fi' T/tfr' 'A/jiJttju T€ koI ' AXkIuoov ^aaiXiia, 



7. OATSSEIAS H^ HI 

0^ V ip^ ^Afyqrris fiJiXe yaivatn yjEipa^ '08v<ro"ciy, 
KoJ rrfre 8^ p' avroio itSXiv -xjHto 6ia'(f>aT0S d^p. 
o2 V iv€tj^ iyivovTo bSfxov kStol* <f>&Ta lb6vT€S^ 
ftttf/wfov y dp6<ovT€S' 6 bi \iTiv€V€V ^Obvaa-eis' 145 

^^Apf/fTTif $vyaT€p ^Fri^vopos itrndioio^ 
fr6v T€ v6a-i,v a-i re yoivoB^ IkAvio woXXct fioyrja-as^ 
Toia^ T€ b(UTVfJL6vaSy Tolaiv 6€o\ SKfiia boi^v 
fWftcyoi, Koi vaialv iitvrpiy^€i,€V iKaaros 
'^fiaT* ivl fieyipoiai yipas 6* in b7Jp.os IficDxev. 150 
^*wap ifioi irofiTTTiv irpAvo'^ irarpCb^ iKiaOcu 
^OffiToVf iirci bri briBb, <t>C\oi>v iiro Tnjfiara iri^oi/ 

vSp tsvpt ol b* &pa irivT€S &Kriv iyiwvro a-imrfi, 
^^i 8i Hi fieri^Lve yipa>v ijptos ^Ex^vrjos^ 155 

OS Vfj ^tw/JKoDV ivbpQv vpoy€viaT€pos ^€V 
*^ liiOoifn KiKa(TTOy vaXcuA re iroXki re dbds* 
o (T^u; iwf>povia>v iyoprqaaTO ical p.ericiirev' 
''AAk&o', ov jui^ rot rJde xciXXior oi5^ Notice, 

v<«'oi; lihf x<¥^ ^o-^oi ^w' ^<ni^PV ^^ KOvCrja-iv' 160 

®»0€8e crJi; fiv^or vonbiyixevoi l(r)(<w6a)VTai, 

^ 4ye ^ ^€Wov fikv iirl Opovov ipyvporiKov 

«uroi; ivaari/ia'aSi ai bi Kr\pi6K^(T(n KiXevaop 

^^ hucprja-cu, tva Koi Ail T€pTnK€pa6v<a 

^€4n)f4€v, is 9 iKh-rfa-Lv &[/ alboCoimv ^Tnjfic? 165 

"^w li (efi^ Tafilf} boTco ivbov iivroavJ 

Alohunu raises him from the hearth and sets food 

before him, 

AJrclp eirel t6 y &KOVcr Uphv jiivos 'AAiciyooio, 
X^fpoj iXiip ^Obvaija bat<l)pova iroiKiXoixrJTrjv 
*^^ ifif iirxap6(l)iv Koi iirl $p6vov eTo-e (()aetvQ€^ 
*"" hnun^af iyam^vopa AaoSclfJiairra) ^^'^ 



OATSSEIAS H. 

OS 01 -nkriffCov rf<, fjAhiara ti fi,i,vtfii,X.ff(TK(. 
xipvi^a 6' ctfufil'iiofios irpoxoia in^tut (fiipoviTa 
KokJj xpvrreiri, vaip ipyvpioio A^|9tjroj, 

iTiTou S aiSoii; rofiiTf 'napidrjKf ip4pov<Ta, 
(Kara irdAA' (■jrifieicra, ^''/''Co/^i^ Tra/ieoWiiii'. 
oiItq/i ^ Triue koI ^trSt iroAijrAas Sios 'OSuffffm' 
Kal t6t€ KrfpuKa ■npotri.^t} jjAvo^ 'AXkiv6oio' 

' UovTovoff Kp'qTTJpa Kepamrdufvos fi46v vtlfioV 
Ttacriv ava jjAyapov, tva Kal Aii TcpiTKfpauim 
aTtflo-Ofifp, 5s 9' iKcTflmv &fi alboCourw dvfifl.' 

'iij (JifSro, UoiTovoos bf i^t\(^pova oivov tKipt 
v<i))xrjir€v b' apa itaerii' i'sap^iiievos beTtd.' 
avrap iitfl <rn(itrdii r e!!i.6v Q' S<rov i/CeXt $vft,os^ 
TOitTiv S' 'AXkCvoos &yopTJiraTO Kal lierttnyt. 

promiaiitB on the morrow to sea about his oonTOf 

' Ke'icXure, 'tat^cajv ^yjJT-o/xr ijBt iitbaiTfS, 
oi^p thfia TO. fie 6vp,os ivi or^fleirirt (c«A.oiet. 
vvu fiiu fitmrufiOToi KOTOnrtttre oIkoS' io'irw' 
j]£fl«ii SJ ytpovras ewi •nktovai KoXtVoires 
^fiuov ^ui jxfydpois ^tivC<ra-op,ev ^Zi deoierw 
pi$oii(v Ifpa KoAct, iittira bi nol wepi iro^ir^r 
^iw/ffd/iefl', aJi j(' ^ feivoy tbei/fle ttoVou koI dn^ijl 
TTOftn^ ii^' ^p,(HpT3 fjv wttTpiSo yaioj; Ewfrai 
Xa^ptuii KopiiaXiptas, ei Kat /xdAa rTjA.o'dci' itrrl, 
}i.Tlb4 Tt fxeo-injyijr ye naKhu Koi inum irdAjin 
irptV ye rii/ ijs ya^ir eirtyS^fieuac Ma 6' ^weira 
iretirerat fio-iro oJ Ultra Kara iA<a6h re ^opeiai 
yeivoftivif ir^a-avro Xf^-o), 5r< fitu t^k* fwjnip. 
fi 8^ rij dflaj'iira);' ye nar' ovpapov tiX^KovdtP, 
aAAo ri dfj Tab' litura Oeol 'nepiii'n\<u)6uiv(cu.. 



7- OATSSEIAS H. 113 

oic! yhp rh it&pos yc .^col <t>aCvovTai, ivapycis 

^liiiifi cJr* ipba>}i€V iyaKkHTas licarofxjQas, 

hbwvToC T€ irap^ aynii KaOrjjJLevoi ivOa irep fffxeLs. 

«' S' ipa Tis KOt iiovvos Vav ^ixfiXriTai, obCrqs, 

«i n KaTaKpvJTTovcrLV, iircC (r<f>i<nv iyyvOcv elixevy 205 

& irep Kt;KAa}7re9 re Koi Sypta <^{)Xa Ftycijn-a)!^.* 

Toy 5' imoficiPofi^vos Trpo(r4<f)r} itokvyLryns ^Obvatreus* 
' AXk^i/o', iXXo rf ftot pL€\ha> (ppcaCv* ov yhp iyd yc 
a^ai;irot(rii; loiKa, toI ovpavhv eifpvv Ixova-w^ 
0" Scfias ovbk <f>vfiVy dXkh OjrqTOLO-L ^poTola-iv* 210 

oi/s Ttyas v/meis tore /bidXtor' dx^oway ^tfvi; 
^pAiroiv, Toialv k€V iv iXyea-iv l(r<oo'aCpi'rjv. 
^^ y en Kcv Kol fjiaXXo]; iy(a KaKh fJLvOrja-aCpirjv, 
o<raa ye bri ^pmavra O^Qv Iottjti, pLdyqaa. 
^ ifji \ikv boprjrija-cu ida-are KqbSpievov irep* 215 

^ yip n ffTvy€prj iirl yauripi Kvvrepov SAAo 
^Wo, ij r' iKi\€va€V & fivrja-aa-daL aviyKrf 
*« /ttSXa T€ip6fi€vov Koi ivl (ppeai irivOos i\ovTa^ 
«s fcol lyi) v4v6o9 ph; lx<i> (^pccrli;, ^ b^ p,6\' aUl 
^^H€V(u K^erai, koX invipiev, iK bi /ute it&vrmv 220 

Aiiftivtt go-Q.* iT^aOov^ kclI ivnr\ri(ra<r6aL &v<iy€t. 
*M«i5 y drpivca^Oai ip^ 170T <paivopivr\<f>iv^ 
^ « ^fiJ T^v bru(rn]vov ipirjs iinP7J(r€T€ TFirpris^ 
'^t^ 'jToXXh TraOSvra' Ibovra fjie Koi XCttoi al^v 
'^<n* ipriv^ bpL&is re Kal v^epe^^y /m^ya b&p,aJ 225 

^ l<f>a$\ ol b* &pa ir&vres iw/^v^ov 7)5' iKikevov 
'^T^icyai rw (civov, iirel Karh p,oTp<w let-arei;. 
^4p ^irel OTTeto-ai; r' lirioV 6' S<rov rjOek^ Ovfibs, 
^* Mw Kaxxefoi/rey Ij3av o7fcJj;5e iKaoroy, 
*^«P 4 & p^eyipta vTreXeforero 6tos 'OSvo-creiy, 230 

*^ 8^ oi 'A/wyTT/ re xal 'AXx&ooy ^eoei6r|s 
'^^ i/Ji4^liro\ot d' d7r€K6arpL€OV ci;Tca baiTO^. 

I 



7? OAT22EIA2 H. T^ 

ToTffu/ 8' 'Ap)Jnj kfVKtiXtvos iipxero ^■idrnv 
iyvio yap tpapos re j((r£i'<i re eJfiar' JSoCtro 
KoAo, rd p' avn} reC^e (rin' d/ii^iTriJAoKri yvvcu^C' 
Kai fj-iv <ftaiv^iraff' eiTfa irrepoevTa irpoarj^ba' 

Odygaeos tells how hs had oome to SohBri*. 

' Sfive, rb fxiv at Tiparoii iyoiv flpr]a-0[iai avr^' 
tCs ToBtv fts duBpSv; tCs rot rdSe eifiar' (boiKtv; 
oil 8^ ^^s iiil vovtov &X.(ip.(vos ivBah' XniirQai. ;' 

T^v B' a-7:ap.fi^6p.(vos •apovi^i] TTokufiT^ris 'Obvaini 
' apyahiov, parrlkfia, SnjVdtfu^i ayopfCaai i 

KijBe', ^jTf^ ixot TtoWa totrav 6fol ovpavloivts' 
roxko b4 TOi ipeio 3 fi avtipcai ^Be p-erakXas. 
'Qyuylij Tis iJ^o-os &n6i!po6(v flv a\l Ktirai, 
€i/Oa fifv 'Ar\avTos 6vy&n]p, hokoitraa KoAv^ij 
vaUi (VTrXoKa^r, huvr] 6t6s' ovbt ris avT^ 
IJ,C<ryfTai oJJre 6(C>v oUre flcjjruji avSpiiimiv. 
aXX' Ifif Tov hvaniiioii t^iffTiov fjyayt baCpjav 
oZov, fiTfC 14,01. i/jjo 6orjv ipyiiri K(pavii<f 
Zfiis (Ka-as fKiarrrre fi^ai^ ivl aivoTTi irotirif, 
l^iid' oAAot fjiv ■navTfs Airtt^fliflti/ f<rOkol iraipot, 
avrixp iyla rpo-nw ayKas ikoiii i^icls o^tfii(kCerin]s 
fvvjjiiap <j>fp6ii7jv' h^Kdrji hi fit wktI lakalinj 
vfjiTOv is 'ilyvyiT}v irikatraii 6fol, ivda Kakv\jii» 
vaUi hj-nkoKap^os, Beii^i) 6fos, {j ne ka^ovffa 
fii&VKfias itpCkfi 7« KoL erpc^fv ^SJ i(pa(nte 
ff^iTciv aOdvarop koI ayi'ipu>v f/para irduTa' 
AAX' ip^hv ov TTore dvpov h'l ar^dfirinv iTMiflHi.] 
hda pee inritTts pivov epTntov, ftpara S' atfi 
taKpvcri beifo-Kov, ni fioi ofi^pora bwKt KaXvij/ii' 
ikk' oTf 6ij 6ybo6v poi i-umkdpevov Itoi ^kQt, 



J. 0AY22EIAS H. J15 

or; >.''■" 

mi^ Koi lUOv ffihy KOA ififipora cifxara (aa-cVf 265 

oJpoi; 5i vpohjKCv inrfi^wvi. t€ Xiapov re. 

«rra 5^ «cal dcKa fth; 7r\iov rJimTa TrovT(mope6(oVi 

^xroMcoidcxiiiT; d' i<l)6vrj Spca a-KiSevra 

y^ilrjs ifieripftiSy yridrj(r€ bi fioi <f>(Xov fjrop 

^f<W* ^ y^ IficAXov ft-t ^vifT^aBai iiQu^ 270 

'ToAX^, nyv /yiot ivQpac Tlo(r€tbia)V ivoa-C\0oi>v, 

^ juoi i<l)oppLrjiras ivifxovs KaTibrja-c KiKcvOa, 

<<^pu'a; d^ diiXao-crai; ij9i(r<f)aTov, ovbi ti, KVfia 

^ia hi <r\€bCris ibiva OT€i;(ixoM"a ifiiptaOai. 

"^ fiev lireira OieXXa biccTKibai/' avrap iy<i y€ 275 

^ofi€W)5 Tode XotT/ma bUrpLayov^ S<f>pa pL€ yaCq 

V^^pjy fffAoo-o-e <t>4p<av iv^pios t€ koL ib<op, \^ 

^0 Ki p! iKpalvovra fiirjo-aTo Kvp^ kitl yipaovy 

''^PB5 TT/oiy fAcyciXT/crt fiaXbv Kal irepitii X'^P^' 

^^* lam)(cura(lLp.€vos injxov viXiv, €los iTrrjXOov 280 

^s Torofidi;, ri} 6ij /mot hCcaTO x^pos ipiaros^ 

^((0$ verpiiovy koI ivl CKhras Ijv ivipx>io. 

^* y Ivcoroj; OvpLrjycpioaVy fwl 6' iLpL^poa-Crj vh^ 

ihff* jyj^ 8* dTTcij^cvdc SttircT^oy -jrora/uioro 

^'^ h B&pafoifFk KaribpoBoVy iLpi(f)l bi <t>'6X\a 285 

M'^ifixiv* Uttvov bk debs Kar* imeipova x«;€J/. 

^"^yhf bf ^XXoiCi, <\>CKov TCTiripiivoi rJTop^ 

***o» Trawi)(ios Kot iir^ rj6» koL piia-ov rjpLap' 

^crrf t' i^Ai09, KaC /me yXvKvy feros dz^^Kcz;. 

^tiKovs 6' ^'w2 divi rc?}5 ivorja-a Ovyarpos 290 

^ Ufrevo*'* ^ 8' ov Ti vorjpaTos ijpPpoTev iaOXoVj 
^ ovKijf IXvoio vcdrepov ivriAfravTa 
^iyiGT alei ydp t€ V€<iT€poi h^pohioy^fjw* 

I 2 



ii5 7. OiTSSEIAS H. m 

_ >; fioi, (tTtou ISfoKei' fiAis ijS' atdotra otvov, I 

Toi' S' affr' 'AAKiyoas anafifljltro <JK0irr]a-4v t£' I 
' ^eu'', ^ foi /iJi' TOVTO y tvaCinfuiir oiik luoijo-e 1 
■nali fiiri, o^VfKd <t ov rt /xer' ct(H</nTrd\oio-( ywat(BM 
^yei' Is riiJ,4rfpov' <tv 5' Spa Trptinjy iK^evcros.' 

Tw 6' anaiiii^ofiii'o^ •npoiT4(pr] iroXfi/xTjTis 'OSwriri 
' ijpuis, n^ ixoi TovveK afivvova vflxee Koipriv' 

AAA' lyo) oCk ^fleAou SetVar ala^fyvopieu^s re, ^ 

Suo-fijAot yd/) t' eE/^c lir! x^ovl i^vA' h/vBp^iriav.' i 

Alalnons promiaea him his oonror tot the marroiv 
Tiw S' oSt' 'AAKfuoof iirafjidpeTo <^<i>irr\oiu re , 

IxayjfibCdis Kfxok&crGaf &)j,eCvai S' aTiri/xa tiAvTa, 
at yap, Z«S re Trclrep icat 'ABrfvaCrj koI 'AttoAAoi^ 
T-oiDrieiy otoV, ^cn7i, rii jre ippov^v S. t ^li nf/», 
irarSil r' l/.tiV ^X^/*^ ""^ ^M^s yap-fipos icaX^erfat 
dbfli jj-himv' o'kov Si t iya> Koi Kr^fiara Bofiji 
*r k' efle'Atoy ye fx^ots" ahovra b4 <r' mj ris Ip^ 
'I>o(^Ka)i'' fi^ roiJTo (j>i\av Atl irarpl yluoiTO. 
jTOfnrf;!' 3 If to5' tyw TiKfiaipoftai, o<f>p' eS eiSjirj 
aBpioi/ Is' r^/ios 3^ iri/ /ley BeSfirjftf'i'OS J^ai 
Ae'feat, ol 6' lAo'iuixi yakrfvijv, S<j>p' fii* Iitijai 
'TTar/iiSa T^f koI fiu/^a, Koi et ^ov rot ^C\ov iariK 
ft Tiep Kol ftdAa ■TToXXow iKaaripot lor Efij3o6jSi 
■nji' irep ttjAotCitw <(>(iir' ifiiifvai ol luv IbovTO 
AaiSi/ ^fifTfpmp, Srt Te ^aiiO&v 'Paiii.p.av8vv 



7. 0AT22EIA2 H. 117 

Koi lih 0! (v6* ^\$oVy Koi iT€p KOjiiToio TiX^aaav 335 

f^(T€li hi Koi avrhs ivl (\>p^a\v Sa-crov &pi(TTai 
vii^s ijiat Kot Kovpoi &i;apphn-€Lv SXa irribt^J 

Qs <l>iTO, yi/j6r}a'€V hi irokurkas bios 'OSvcro-evs, 
%iliaH>s 8' ipa An€V Itto? t' itfiaT^ Ik t' dz/rf/xafe* 330 

* Zev TTiire/), ottf* Sera eTwe TcXcT^T^o-etez/ iiravra 
AAxfyoos' Tov jui^v iccv ^TTi (^&<»ipov &povpav 
w^oTov KXios cXrjj iyi) hi K€ TraTp(b^ iKoCixrjv,* 

and all retire for tlie night. 

& ol jxh^ rotaOra tt/so? AXXt^Xov? iyop^vov, 
•fwXcro 8' 'Api/fTTj \€VK<&k€vos A/JW^iwrfAoicrt 335 

^t* wr' aWavaji Oifitvai kolL prjy^a KoXa 
»o/)^p£ inPaXhiVf (rropicrai t i(l)vir€pO€ rcJ-Trr^ras, 
})^aiiHis r' ivdiiievai oikas KcMii^pOtv icra<rdai. 
i y Irav iK fjLcyipoio bios fiera xepaiv Ixouo-af 
^ip CTTci aT6p€<T(w iWKivov \i\os iyKOviovaaiy 340 

*fpuw)v '08v<rQa Trapiordfievai iirieira-LV 
O/Hro K^a>z;, o) feu^e' irenoCrjTai bi toi evvrjJ ^ 
wy ^<5r r^ 5' AcnraoTov ieCcaro KOLiMTjOrjvai, 
^^ i tiiv ivOa ico^cOSe TroXtJrXas 8u)s 'OSvo-orevy 
^AJlTofe & \exi^<T<nv M al6oii(rri ^pidot^o)* 345 

^^dvoos b* Spa kiicro fJiv\(^ bS^ov vt/^iyXoTo, 
*«P 8i yw^ bicrnoiva X^os iropavvc Kal eivi/jv. 




Hfios 8' Tipiyhffia ffiiivj] potoSaKTv\os 'His, 
ipvvT ap' (f ew^s lepov ixiiios 'AXkwooio, 
&v B' apa SiDytt^jy SipTO irrokliTOpOoi 'OSumreiTs'. 
Toi<ni> 8 fj-yefiDVfv' Upbv jiivos 'AAjctrooio 
<I>aijjKtojj ayoprivS', jj cr^tv irapa vqvrri rirvKTO, 

TTkijirioi)' 71 8' ava aimj jj.(rw)(fTO TlaXkhs 'AO^vrj, 

flSonivj] KfjpvKi. bat^povos 'AkKi,v6oLo, 

voirrov OKi/troTJi fieyoX^ropi fiijTtdtuira, 

Kai pa eKaoTifi ^(uri ■t!api<TTap.(vr} <pi,TQ ftvOop' 

' Aajr' ■ayf, 4>ai^K(op {jyijTopes ?)5« f:i^Scn'res, 
els a,yopi]v Unai, orppa ^eivoio -nvdriade, 
8s i'4ov 'AXkivooio bdt/ppovos Intro Su/^a 
•novTQV iTti,Tt\ay)i6ui, hifia^ adavoroiatv &fiolas.' 

*lls eiTTOiJir' SiTpvvf fiivos koI 6vp,ov kK&inov. 
Kap^aKip^s B' (p.Ti)\'qvTO ^porSiv ayopal re Kal ?Sp« 
iypoptviDV TToXXoi 8' ctpa flijijiroiTO ifioirrts 
wiof Aa^proo bat<J!pova. rfl 5' fip' 'Aftjw; 
BeoTTeviiiv Koriyeui \apLV Ki^aX^ Tf Koi &p,ots, 



IS 






8. 0AY22EIAS 0. 119 

«y Kfv ^an^K€<r<n <l>(Xos Trivreaa-i yivoiro 

toAAouy, Toi/s ^a(riK€S hrcifrqiravT ^Obvaijos. 

f^ap ivcC p IjfY^pBtv dfirjycpUs t iyivovro^ 

Touw y ^AXkLvoos iyopTJa-aTO koL fiericnre 25 

'K^fcXvrc, ^(urJK<av ffyrJTop^s fjbi iiibovT€Sy 
%' cItto) ri /A€ Ovfi^ ivl (rniOea-a-i K€k€V€i, 
CCiPo^^', cvK oW Ss n;, iXdfievos ffcer' l/mov 5d>, 
1}^ irpos ^0 W ^ i(nr€pC<ov avOpdiraav' 
'Oftir^i; d' 6Tpiv€i^ kcX Klcra-a'ai Ifiircbov ctvou, 30 

wli h\ &s TO vdpos irep, iiroTpvvdfifSa TroixTrrjv, 
^ yhp ovbi Tty &\Xos, Sns k' e/ma bdnad^ tKrjraL, 
wlij* ibvpSfuvos brjpbv fxivei, e&cica TTop.Tnjs. 
«^* 4ye v^a pJkaivav ipvaaoficv cfe 5\a Siav 
'pwriJirXooi;, icot^po) d^ bvoa Kal TrarrriKOVTa 35 

*P*wiorda)i; icarct hrjixov, Sa-oL iripos flcrlv ipiaroL. 
wiyiGfOi h* cB ircJin-€9 iirl kXtjio-iv iperpJa 
«flifr» ovrop lirciTa Ooriv iX€y6ver€ bdi/ra 
Weprf^y iX06vT€s' iyi) S' eS irao-t irapi^o), 
'^pourof phf rovr' ^wir^XXojutai* avrap ol SX\oi 40 

'""piToiJ)(ot Paxrikrjcs e/xa Trpos 6(£/biara KoXa 
t)C^<^9 &^pa itwov ivl fieyipoLo-i, <f)tX€a>/ui€2;* 
'^ ny ipv€C(r$(o' KoXicraa-O^ bk Beiov ioibbv^ 
^f«8oKW r$ yip pa Ocbs vcpl b&K€v ioibfjv 
^VV€i», &jnr[i Ovp.b9 iirorpuvria-iv iifCbeiv.^ 45 

^ dUp ia maimed, and the chieftains meet at the palace. 

Gj ipa ^mfcas fiyrjaaTo, toI 8' ^/ut' Ittovto 
^'^(nj^oi* Kfjpv^ bi fierwx^Tt) Beiov ioibov. 
""^P^ ^ KpwOhrrt Wo) Kal w6ZT^Koz;ra 
^v*^, «9 iK^keviTy M $iv akbs drpvy^oio. 



fv B' coToif T irlQiVTO Kal tirria nji fieAoCinj, 
rjprivavTO 6' Ipfrjia rponoK iv btpfiaTCvom, 
Tt&vra Kara fioipav &i>6, 0' lurla ktvuh TtirajriTos, 
i'lj/ov 8 ii) votCiiI TTjv y Mpfiiaav airap eTrfira 
jSov p tp.(v 'A\Ki,v6oto baiippovos <s niya Ew/ia. 
ttX^ito 5' op' aXdoviraC re nol ^pKea Koi 6d;jo( dyfipj 
[dypo^yuf iroAAol 8' ap' taav viol ■^hi -naXaioC]^ 
ToiiTiti 8' 'AAk^iiods 8uo<tai6EKa ^^X' i^pftitrei', 
iJKTi) 8' Apyt(!6oiTas Cas, Bijo 6' eiA.ftro6aj )3oGr" 
Toiis bfpoii aiJ,<jil 0' inQV, TtriKovro t€ Soit' iparal 

The bard Denodooas ia biousht In, 

K^pvf 8' iyytJdai ^kBtv aymv ipir}pov &oih6v, 
rhv nipt ftoCir' i<plKT]a-f, bCbov 8' a.ya06p re KaKift'' 
oifidaA/iuD ^Ju S.p.epaf, bCSov B' ijSeioi' 0018^11, 
TM 6' &pa novT6voos drJKf dp6vav &pyvp6riX.op 
fi.4iTtr<p 5ai.TviJ.6v(i>ii, tipos K(ova ixaKpbv ipdiras. 
K&5 8' iK i!atT<raX6ij)t Kpij^arrtv (/lo'/ifiiyya Kiyftatt 
avTOV vnep KfijiaXrjS nai ii:4il>pabf )(fpijlv f\iir0M 
Ktjpv^' 'nap 6' er^^H Kiveov KoX-qo t( rpdirefo 
Trap bi hiTtas oXvoio, TTtelr ore fltifiSi Sutiyoi. 
01 B' ^jr' dvfiaB' iroliia irpoKtip-eva xetpos laXAaVi 
atTop iitii TTftffios ical ^Btjitjos ef ^pov hrro, 

and singB of the strife of OdysseuH and 

/loCcr' 3p' AoiB6ji ai'^K*!' a<(8e'(x«fai kK^o. ivbp^p, 
oifiijs r^s rdr' &pa Kkios ovpavov aifnjv Seafe, 
reiKOs 'OBucTiT^os Kai nijAeffieu) 'AxiA^or, 
wf nore Si^pfa-curo deuf ev Boirl 6a\e(7) 



8. 0AY22EIA2 0. ill 

Xfltjpe v6(j^, &■' ipi(TTOL ^Axat&v bripi6o>vro, 

Ay yip oi xpcCoiv fivBrjcraTo <l>otj3os 'AttoXXcoi; 

Moi hf rr/cuShi, SO' {mipfir\ kdivov ovbbv So 

){pfri(r6n€vos' t6t€ yip pa KvkCvbero Tny/maros ipxh 

"^pmC re koL Atwaolin A109 ficyiXov 8ia PovXis. 

The story moves Odysseus to tears. 

Tavr' ip* ioibbs ietbe TrepiKXvrSi' avrip ^Obvcraajs 
nfHJrip^ov fjJya (papos kX(i)v X^P^^ <mfiapfj(n 
KOK K(if>aX7Js cf/wo-crc, KiXvyjr^ bi KoXa irpSaoiira' 85 

OiScTo yap ^aCrjKas M d<f)p-6<n baKpva XcCfioiv, 

^fn/ ipx>p^&yL€VOs K^^dk7\s Hiro <f)apo9 fkecKC 

•fal 5«ra9 dfu^i/ctfTreXXoi; iXcbv (nreCaaaKC B^oicriv* 

Qvrop or' h.y\f &p\oi.TO koL drpvvciav ieCbeiv 90 

^(uffrnv ol ipiaroiy iirci ^ripTTovr* iirhaa-iv, 

H 'Ofedcis Kara Kpara KaXvyfrifievos yoiacKev, 

^ iXXavs (Ji^v irivras i\Av6av€ b^Kpva X^i^oavy 

AXfc&oos bi fiiv dtos cwe^pdcraT' rfb^ ivSrjaev 

ii\ims 4yx' ovtov^ ^apv b\ gt€v&xovtos iKovvev. 95 

flt^o 8€ <l>at?5ic€<r<n <\>iXripiTyiX)i(Ti neTTjvba* 

*K^kXvt€, <l>ait}ica)y fiyrJTOp€S rjbi [Mibovres* 
?^ fih^ 5atrd9 K^KOpruicOa Ovfibv iCcrrjs 
^Pfuyyrfs ^', ^ 6atrl crvirqopSs i(TTi OaXclji* 
^y i^iX0a)fi€V Kol &i6X<av TTCLprjO&iiev 100 

^owttpj fiff y^ 6 f eiwy hUmri oTcrt <^tXot(rty, 
ofcoJc yoon^a-a?, Scrcroi; TrepiyLyvopLcO* iXXoov 
"^i U itaXaLcpLoaitivri re icoi SXfMaa-iv rjbi irSbecraiv*^ 

The games. 

fir 4^ ifmpi^aas ^yrja-aTOf roi V &p? Iitovro* 



122 8. 0AT2SEIA2 &. 

Kab 3' (K 7ra<r(raXo'0i Kp^fiaam ^opiuyya XCyfiav, 
AjlfAoSoKOf 6' ?A« x^'j"" ""^ ?^oy«ii eie /ieyd/ioio 
K^pv^' i)PX* ^^ '''^ "^'^i' oSoji rjv Tap oi SXkot 
^ai-qKoiv ot SpioToi, &49kia 6avfiap4ovT(S' 
jiav 8' Xp.tv eh ayoptiu, &p.a b' ttmero "novXhs oiiiXos, 
[ivpioi,' &v S' taravTO vioi jroXAot -re koI iuQXoL 
uipro fj-iv 'AKpaiit<Ls rt Kai 'ilKTJoXos koI 'EXar/wis 
Kavreii rt Ylpvp.veus re koL 'Ay)(iakQS KoX 'Eper;i«is 
rioirretls re Wpi^peCs re, ©o'lo:/, 'A^'ajSqtrfi'etSr tc 
'Ap,(jiCaX6s 6', uEos no\vi»i(oi; TfieTouiSoo" 
Sc 6e Kot EupijoAoy, j3poTo\oiy^ Titos' 'Apiji, m 

Not>0oA.ffijjs, OS fipioTOff Ivj;! (iSo's Te BEfuis rs fl 

irarrai:' ^oiiJkww ptr' dfiu'juoua AaoSofiaira, I 

fiji 8' lirrav Tpfis TTaiSes o/Jil/ioi'os 'AAjciuo'oto, I 

AaoSa^as fl' "AAio's re Ka't airrlOfos KXuroyijos* 1 
o! 5' ^ rol Tipwroc piv i-ndp-^aavro Tio'Sfo-cri. ' 

roiirt 8 Ano puo-o'jjs rernro 8po/ios' oE 8 3fia Trovres 
KapTcaXCfiOis iiiiTovro KovCovrfs xeSioHi. 
rwn fie 6i(ui tix' Spioroj er/u KAwrfinjos &ip.vp.wB' 
oivffou t' ^v feiu ovpQV TrA« ^fiioyouf, 
roViToi' vTteKTrpoBiav Xaohs tutB', oi b' iKCTsovra. 
ol be iiaAaifiooTJw/ff AXeyttviji ffetpTjo-awo' 
t!} 8' aEr' EupvoAoff dTreicaiVuTO icdirras &.piinovSt 
SXpaTi b' 'ApitjilaXos 'naiTosv ■npo<pepi(rraTos Tjei;" 
bCa-Kia 6' o3 TrdiTa)!/ wo\ii tpipTaros ^(v 'EKarptvSti 
TTu^ S' au AdoB^^ar, &yados nois 'AAiciyo'oM). 
airap ^ireiB^ •nivrfs Mpijidiiaav ippev' aiOXois, 
Tois &pa Aao5ap,as /iert'^'j flats 'AXkivooio' 
' AriJre, tfiiXoi, Tov ^(iirov (pdneda (i Tiv 
ocSe T« (tot 6c8i1j)k6" ^jjh ye ^:f av KaK6s e 
fxtfpovs re xir^fias re no! i!f/<(.u> xetpas vTT€p0< 
av)(4pa re an^apov (i^a Tt wfl^yos" oWit t^ t\^ 



8. 0AT22EIA2 0. 1^3 

WcTot, iXXh KaKoTai (TVvi^prjKrai TToki€(r(nv. 

^ yhp iy<& yk tC (prjfjii KaKiirepov iXXo 6aX6.(T(rr}s 

W/Hi ye (rvyx^vaiy ei icat fuiXa ica/wepos eliy.' 

T&; y oSt* Evfj/iaXos iLiraiicCpero (fxivrjariu t€' 140 
^AoMfM, juuiXa TCWTO Ittos Kara fioipav letTrcJ. 
awoj yiv irpofcaXecro-ai loiv koL Tri<t>pab€ fxvOov,* ' 

AwSp iirel t6 y* fiicovo-' iyaObs itais *AXKtv6oio, 
^ p* h fUcrcrov Iq>v koI ^Obva-oija itpo<T€€nt€' 

Laodamas challenges Odysseus to the contest. 

*Aa)p' fiye Kot aif, fctre irArep, TreCprja-ai &46\(i>v, 145 
« nvi irov bebirjKas' loiicc 6^ cr' tSfter d^^Xovs. 
ov fici; yap ftctfor kXcoj &vipos S(f)pa fxev fjo-iv, 
^0 n TKHraCv re pi^ koI X'^P^'^v kfjatv. 
^ iye ireCpria-aiy a-Kibaorov 6' a-TTo Krjbea OvjJiov' 
^ol 5' 65os oifKhi brjpov iiriara-erai, iXKi rot rjbrj 150 
Wji)? re Karctjpvorat koI iirapTics daiv kraipou* 

Tov 5' iTrafieifiSfievos 7:po(r4(f)rj iroXvpLriTis ^Obvo-aevs 
Aao8({fia, tC fi€ ravra iceXevcrc Keprofikovres ; 
'^i ftoi Kol fiaXXov €vl (f)p€alv rj itep aeOXoi, 
OS irplv /xb; juuiXa itoXk^ eirajBov Koi ttoXX' ifjLoyrjo-a, 155 
w)i' R jyie^' iixeripri ayopfj vSaroto yarlCn^v 
?f«U, kia'<r6fX€V0S PaoriXrji t€ 'nivra re bijpLov,^ 



Enryalufl taunts him for refusing. 

Tw b* air^ Evpvakos Awafie^jSero veUea-e t avrrjv' 
o4 ydp or* ovbij f ctre, 6a7j/A0i;t ^corl iCo-Kca 
wXfioj^ otti r€ TToAXa fier' iLvSpditoKri itiXovTat, 160 

^at^ ^5 O^Sjxa vrjl T:o\vK\r]ibL 6ap.C((»iVy 
«PX05 vavTiluov ot T€ irpriKTrjpcs lao-t, 
H^w T*€ pjnJiKov Kai iitCarKOTTos ^civ odafcuv 



124 8. 0AT22EIA2 0. 

OdyHseos, in wratli, etarta up and huila tJie diso bsTo 



' few^, Qv KoXov Genres' aTatrBoXi^ av^pX ioiKas. 
ovTois ov Tc&uremti fltoi yapifina hihovirtv 
aphpi-aii, 0VT€ ^\^v otlr' tip ^pivas our* &.yoptfrSl>K 
oAAos lifv yap r' etbos aKi-SvoTfpos iiiKei hii/p, 
dXXo, 6ths p.op<priv fTurri. rrretpfL, ol 6e' t' is avrhv 
repjTO/itvoi \eu<TiTOV<riii' 6 B' aaipaXcais ayopevet 
a!8oc /wiXtx'ffi P-^^ S^ TTpeiTfi iypoiiimiatv, 
fp')(6ptvov b' djia &7TU 6*oy &s elaopo/ixrtv. 
SXXos §' av etSos j^^y dX^ymos dSouct-oiirii', 
oAA' o5 ol x^p's afi,<l>n!(piiTTi<perai iii(ei'(Tiv, 
MS Kai (Tol eiBos fiEi/ aptirpeTres, ovti Key SAAios 
ouB^ fleos 7"eijf«ie, I'doi' B' aTTo^^Xio? ^cro"(. 
&PI.V&S fiot fluMW fC' oT^flecrcri iplXoiinv 
eiViy oi Kara Ko'u/^oy' eyui 6' oi i^tr a46haiV, 
cos otJ ye fivSeiat, oAA' ii> Ttptoroitrtv 61m 
epfifvai, otjip' TJjSr] Tf TtcnotBea Xiprri r' ^p^trt. 
vvv B' ^xo^i icaKcirTjrt koI SAyeiri" iroAXa yap ^Xijj 
liyBpoJii re nroA^/noui ^Aeyeiyd re KCfiara -afipav. 
dAAa Kal &s Naicct ttoAAq iraflii' ■nfip'qffoiJ,' A^flAuai' 
flv)*oSaN^S' yap piidos' iirdrpvpas bi fie ftv^v.' 
*H pa Kdi airr^ <t>apft &vai£as k&^f b((rKov 
/itffoya KOI irtlxeTDj', Tri^apdrepov oiK SXCyov 
^ o'o) *aiJ]Kes e'Bi'ffKeoi' aAAijAoio-i. 
Trfu pa ■nepiiTTpl'^as ^"re trri^apiji aith xapis, 
^oV^tj(r«i BJ XWos" Kara 8' htrq^av irori yofjj 
4'a£j]Kes BoAtx^)'*^/^'! yavo-iKXt/rot fiyBpfs, 
ASos viro pnrijs' o B' VTrtp-nraTO in'j[iaTa -ndvra 
pifi,i)>a dimi hmh ytipos' t6i\tx h\ r^pfiar* 'A&^v^ 
di^fli d^fias flnvui, ?iros t' Itjjat' tv. i' fiviyACf 



8. OAYSSEIAS 0. 125 

^Ka[ K^ iXaSs roi^ fetre, biaKpCv€i€ rb <rrjfia 195 

^ vokh TTp&Tov' av Sk Oipcet rSvbe y' ieOXov 
oJ ns ^airJKoav rdbe y' t^erai ovb* virefwyo-ei.' 

*fl? (jfiro, yrjOrja-ev bi iroXvrXas bios ^ObvacevSy 
X^^v oSv€\* iroLpop ^vrjia Xevcra^ iv &y&VL. 200 

«:ai rare KovKpdrcpov fjierc<^c6rcc 4?ai7JK€a'(n' 

and in his turn dhallenges all the Fhaeaoian youth. 

^TotjTov vvv ixt>lK€(T$€y V€Oi' tAxcl 6' voTcpov iXKov 
^o"«v fj TOOTiTOVTOV Hopxii ^ ^Tl fJLacTcrov. 
Tm y iWoav Suva KpabCrj OvpiSs t€ KcXeuet, 
^p' Sye Tr€iprj$rJT(o, htd ft' ^xoXwo-arc X6?r, 205 

'/ rtf ij^ TrdX^ fj KOI TToo-ti;, ov ri fieyaCpca, 
T^avrm ^atriKODV ttXiJi; y' ovtov Aaobafxavros, 
^fU'os ycip /Lioi 3d* ^<7T^ r^s &i; <f>i\iovTi fiixotro ; 
tt^^jwoi; S^ K€iv6s y€ Kcu ovTibavbs TreAei aj;^p, 
o<n-ts ^eu;o$((ic<{) Ipida Trpo(f)ipr]Tai &i6X(i>v 210 

^M^ & dXAodaTT^' lo 6' avrov 7r(iz;ra KoAoi^ei. 
''wi' 5' SAXcov oi! -TT^p ni;' ivaivop.ai ovV iS^pl^oa^ 
^ iBiKoa tbix€V Kal ir€t.pr)$rjpL€vaL Sarrqv. 
T(Wa yap ov KaKOS clpn, fier^ ovbpaarLV oa-aoi &€$\oi. 
^Vip t6^v oTba ho^oov &fjL<f>a(pAa(r6aL' 215 

t/hStJs k* Svbpa pdXoLfjLL diareva-as iu 6p,C\fj^ 
^poiv bvarfjL€vi(aVj e! Koi fiaXa iroXXol kraipot 
^t TFapaarraXev koL ro^aCoCaro (fxarCiv. 
^ ^ fjL€ ^iXoKTrjrris iiteKabwro rofco 
^ttp fri Tpiioav, &r€ To^oifieO* ^AxatoC, 220 

^ V 6Xk(av ipA <f>ripLi itoXv Trpocpepiorepov (Tvai, 
woot vvv fiporoC €l<nv iin xOovl cnrov ibovrcs. 
^piffi bk 'ttporipoiaiv ^piC^fiev ovk lO^kqcria^ 
^* ^HpaxX^i oik' Evpiirio Olxokim^ 



136 8. OATSSEIAS &. 

oX pa Kol &6avii.T0i(nv fp(^faKov iTepl To^mp. 
Tif pa Kol at\lf' (Savte iJ.4ya.s Eipuros, oib i-nl 
iKrr' fvl fj.fyApoi.TL- xo\iinr&p.€voi yhp 'AttoXAww 
fKTOvdi, ovVfKii, ixiv 'npoKokiCero ro^o^etrSat. 
Sovpl fi' iLKOvrCCiii oirou ovk oXkos ns iurrif, 
oloiiTW ScffioiKa uoalv jx^ TtV lie irapiKO^ 
■tai^Ktoj)' KCtjv yap d«iK«AC(os eSofido-fl'jj' 
KijioiTtv ly iroXAots, fTTfi oi KojxiSq Kara ir^a 
ijtj' eTUjfTavos' tij f^oi 0t\a yfia k4Kvvriu. 

*Qs fipaff', oi 5' &pa nivrfs dKqy iy4eovTO viuxj 
'AAxij/oos 8^ fiu' fltos d^et^o'fiwos irpotre'enrt. ' 

AlolQooa sbowi how well hia people ooa dand 
' Eeiu', «ir« o^K dx^dpiuro fifd' ^pliv ravr' ayopi 
aXX fdi\tls aptTijV (ri)v ^aiv^fifv, ij roi dmjSei, , 
j[(i)ofi*jios 3ri <T ovTos avijp iv dywi'i •jsapatrras 
edKeatp, ms Sw d^u apfrriv ffporos aS ris wjoiro 
ooTtj iittaraiTO fjin tpptirlv apria ^i^iiv' 
ak\' &yf vvv eiiiOfv ^vlet liros, o<j>pa Kal &AA^ 
*!titjs ^ptiMV, 3r« Kfu o-qis iv y,eyApoi.<Ti 
hawvT) Tcapa <r^ r' d\(Jx9 k"' o-oto-j TtKiffinv, 
riixeTfptjs aperijs fi(p.vrifiivoi, oXa koL rifuii 
ZeJjs fTrl epya Tf97|cri hiaimepfs «f(ri -jiaTp&ii. 
oi yof Tniy)i,&\oi elp^v ap,ip.ovfs oCSJ iraAaiarat, 
aX\h ffoffi KpamvSis 6iop.(.P koL vqvaiv Aptaroi, 
alfl fi' ^j^tc hats Tf (fiC\i] KiSapCs t( }(ppoC re 
ftpMrd r' f^iioi^a Xotrpa, re Oep^a koX fivtu. 
dX\' Sye, 'i>at^«£i)j' fiiyrApjiovis ffirtroi fipiorot, 
TTofaarf, (oj j(' o ^(Ipos ivim^rj o'crt ijilKouTUi, 
oinabt vo(mio-as, Saaop ■nepiyiyPop.tB' &Xkaiv 
vavTiKiri koI ttocto-I koL 6p\r)aTvl kcu doiBij. 
^iffiffStf/eai S^ Tis ai\j/a kmv (jiopiiiyya KCytvur 



8. 0AY22EIA2 0. l^^ 

^fr«, ^ ffov fceirat iv fjfAeripoun dJ/Ltoicru;.' 255 

ohm (l>6pfuyya yXcufyvpriv b6fwv iK fiaarikrjos* 

^IJOfrJTcu Sk KpiTol iwia ffcWes ivdarav 

^/uoi, o\ KaT* iy&vas Of irprja-a'ca'Kov iKOirray 

^hjvap hi xopovy Kokbv 5' evfwvav &y&va, 260 

*5/wf 5' iyyiSev fjXOe (t>ip(av 4>6piJLLyya XCyciav 

^pMKf 6 d' iv€LTa kC^ is fiiaov' djLi</>l bk Kovpoi 

'fpw^jSot toTowo, barjpLoves dpxrjOpioiOj 

Tthk/jyov bi xopov Oeiov voarCv, avrap ^Obvaraofs 

l*opiMpvyhs Or\wro itob&Vy daiifmCs bi Bvy^. 265 

Demodooiui sings of the loves of Ares and Aphrodite. 

Avrap 6 (JMpfilC^v ia;€p6XKero koXov de^eii; 
W *Ap€os ^tAonyros ivaT€(l>ivov r' 'A0po6fr?ys, 
^ rh TFp&Ta [iCyqaraif iv *H<^a^aToio bSfwitn 
mpTj' voXXh y lda)/c€, \ixps 6' ^axyve kcu €vvriv 
H^o^oto &/aicro9* i(l>ap bi ol ayyekos fjXdev 270 

H^awjToy d' cSs duv OvpLoXyia p.vOov iKovare^ 

^ ^' Ifiev is x^f^^^^^y Kam (ppeai fivara-obopLevinv, 

^ y iSer* &Kfw0h-<^ pAyau inp^va, Koirre bk b€<rpx)vs 

fl^pjIKTovs ikuTovSi S^p^ IfiTrcSoy avOi pJvoL€V, 275 

^^p iirel bfi T€v^€ b6\ov K€xo\(»>pivos ^'Apci, 

^ ^* tp€v is 66Xapov, S6i ol (pCXa bipvC iKcirOy 

¥</>i 6' Sp' ippuauf x^^ biarpLora k:6k\(^ airAvrri' 

^oAXi bi fcoi KouOiiTrepOe p€\a6p6(l>Lv cfeic^x^i/ro, 

'IW'' ipixvLa XcTrrct, ri y' ov Ki tis oifbk Iboiro, 280 

^ ^ewj; pLaKipa>v' itcpl yap boXoevra rirvKTo. 

^^ e-ffel 6^ Ttiirra boKov itcpl bipvia x^^^> 

war' I/Acy €s A^/utyoi;, ivKTtpevov irroXCedpov, 

7 ol yaiJudP woXif ^iXTini eorli; airaa4(ov. 



138 " 8. OATSSEIAS &], 

us Xbiv "H^muToc KXvTOTfxvrjir voa-ipt Ktrfvra' 
0Tj B' tjicvai T!pbs Bwjua TTfpi-nKvTov 'HtpaCaroio, 
layav6(av ^[Xo'njros evare^ivav Kv0fpeCT]S. 
jj 5e ue'oi' irapa itaTpbs fpiirdevfos K.pov(ii)vos 
epxopfuri kot' Sp' ?fe9'" 6 8' eieria Idjioros fjei, 
fv T apa ol ^v x^'p! ^of t' ^t^tiT* ^k t' dvo/ia^e 

' AeC/JO, 01Xj), XeKr/jopSe TpaTriCap,ev fhvi]6ivT(T 
ov yap ($' "Hf/iaioTOs ^xfraB^ftioj, ttAAd irou ^Btj 
o'xeras «? Arip^roii /xerft SiiTia? &yptoijiioiioiis.' 

'ils ((iiiTO, T^ B' &enraaT&v ifliraTo KoiiajO^vat. 
ri 6' e? Seimia ^ivre KariSpadov' ifupl bi btirfuA 

ovbi Ti KWTJirai. p,£\lo>v ^p ovB' Avaetpai. 
Kol TOTS Bi( yCyvtecTKOV, o r' ouk^ti <pvKTa, iiiX.ovTOt 
&y)(lp.o\ov M 0-0' ^\6f ■nepiKXvrbs i/:i0tyi;^fis, 
aJrris fmocrTpi-^as, spiv Avj/U'od yatov lic^irflat" 
'H^Xtos ycip o£ iTKOTTt^i' e^f'' f'"'^' ^e )xv6ov. 
[/3^ B' E/«rat irpoy 65(/a, <l>(koii rercjf.tei'os ^rop'] 
ei7T?j 8' tJJ irpoSijpoia-i, xoXos B^ niv SrypLOi ^pei' 
a-fiephaX4ov S' «/3o'ijffe, y/yuiye re ttSiti fltoltri" 

' Zti3 Ttdrfp i]b' ttXAoi jiilicapes fleoi aiei" eo'irra, 
BeiiS', fya tpya yeXaora xai oiic ewitwra Kijirfle, 
us tfiJ x'"^^^ f6vTa Aior fluyanjp 'Atppobirr] 
aliv &TiiJ.iiCfi,, tjitK^fi 8' dt'SijXoi' 'Aprfu, 
ovvfx.' K^'' KCiXo's ■^e Koi hprl-nos, avrap iyti ye 
fjmhavbs yev6p.t}V arap ov ti hoi atrios fiXXof, 
&\Xa roiajf Bifo), 70) (iij yefvatrSoi ot^eXAor. 
dAX' o^e(r$', Xiia T<a ye KaOevbiTov (P ^tXo'rTn, 
fh ipa b^p.via ^ivTfs' fy^ 6' op6aip Aitdx*?/"". 
ou ^eV (T^ens «r' (oX'j^a. p.iwv6& ye KCi^/icv oiVbi, 



8. OAYSSEIAS 0. 129 

^ar iXki a-iJHae b6\os koL bcarixos Ipi^^i^ 

^if ^ Ki lijoi ii&ka irdpra Trarfip &nob(i<T€i Icdra, 

ma ol iyyviki^a KVvc&iTLbos etvcKa KcyCpvis^ 

ovj^e/ci oi KoXi) OvydiTrjpy drop ovk IxiOvfxos,'* 320* 

Qs i(f>ciB\ ol 6' iyipovTo Oeol ttotI \akKopaTh b&' 
w Uo<r€i!biiov yairjoxpSi fj\6* ^pioiivrjs 
EpMcfas, 1lX0€v bi iva^ iKicpyos 'AttoAXwi/. 
^^vre/Hii bi &€ai [Uvov albdi oXkoi kKdarrj, 
^(noj; 6'^y irpoOvpoLori, Oeoly bcoTrjpes kicDV* 325 

'^(^^(TTos b' &p' iv&pTO y4\(as jxaKipea-arL Ocola-i 
^^vas €l<rop6<i)aL 'noKit^povos *ll<f>aC<n'oio, 
^ hi Tis etv^aKev lbi>v is irXriarLOV aXXov 

^OvK aper^ icaica Ipya' Ki,x,iv€L tol ^pabvs wkvz/, 
»s Kol vvv "Hi^oiorroj i(av fipabhs ctKev '^Aprja^ 330 

WKvrarrfz; wep iovra Oe&v o\ '^OXvfnrov Ixpva-t 
XttXos liiVj Ti)(vria'V rh koX yijoiyiypC <3</>^A\€i.' 

Q9 ol pkif Toiavra irpos iWrjXovs iy6p€vov' 
^pjajv bi Trpoa-icnrev &va{, Aibs vlbs, 'A'ttoAAooj;' 

' EpfitCa, Ai6s vlky biAKTop€y b&rop ecicor, 335 

^ pi KOf iv bcarpLOts iOiXois KparepoLo-i -arteo-^ets 
Wetp ip XiKTpoia-i, irapa XP^cr^ 'A(f)pobCTri ;' 

Toi; d' fjixeCfieT Ivcvra biinTopos apy^if^oirrqs' 

^ yap TOVTO yivoiTOj iva^ iKarrjPSX* '^AttoXXov. 
w/Aot fjiv Tpls Toararoi aTreCpoves &pi<f>ls ^xoiev, 340 

Ws V €la-op6iaT€ 6€ol iraxraC T€ Oiaivai, 
^^ iyi^v efiboifjii Ttapa "xpvcrhji *A<t>pobCTri/ 

-tts lipaT\ €v bi yiX(as wpr* iuOaviroiari Oeoiaiv, 
^ Uoactbduova yiXms ^X!^, XCaraero b' aUl 
^^(FTov icXvToepybv ottws Xia^iev "Aprja' 345 

*w nuf (f)Oiprja-as iirea irrepoevra irpoinjvba' 

Awov' iyoi b4 Toi avroif xyni<rypiiaiy wy <ri KcXcvets^ 
^^ ciiatfia viyra fier* ddararoKTi Ocolac' 

K 



Ttiv 6' avTf itporrtfiTtt irepiicXuTos lifi^tyinjets* 
' fiit fit, Uoafibaov yotqa^e, raCro ict'X«i«' 
6((Aai TOi hdXuiv ye koI iyy^ai iyyvaaa-Bai.. 
ft-is ar ly<o crt 8toi/ii jxer' aOavdTotcri, diolenv, 
ft Ktv 'Apijs otxpiTo xps'os' "il 5fff;wi' dXiJ^as;' 
Thv b' aire -Ttpoffiditf YloiTdtAaiv ivoiTl\9<iiv' 
' 'UcjiaiiTt', il -ntp y&p Ktv 'Apyjs x/'*'"* ^TroAiifas 
oixrjTai. ^eijyiui', airds to( tyiit jite TtVu),' 

' DUK Ifrr' oy8^ eoiKe Tto;' ?iroi a/)Ci](ra<r9a:.' 
*Qs tiiran) 6«(7/i3i' avifi p-ivos 'H</iat<jTOfo. 
rii 8' imi ix bfo-noio \i0ev, KpaTtpov -nep ioirroSf 
avTCit' &vat^avTe 6 jAv ©p^KvjuSe j3«/3^'>c«(, 
17 6' &pa KiJirpoy tKoye 0iXo/jfiti8j|! 'A^poBiVij, 
«? nd^oiJ' ^ijfla. 8e ot rtfio/os /Stufids re flu^«s. 

ili^poTif, ola fleovs eTTfii^voGfii alh/ idirras, 
dfi<(>i 6( e'fiara liro-au tirj/paro, davfta IbetyOai. 

Toiit' ap' aoiSor fieiSe irep((c\in-ds' avTap 'O81W) 
rtpTftr' eyi <(ipeo'i:i j'ffi.i' hnoviov ^5J koI oAAoi 
•tdiij/ces SoAt^.ij/'fT^o'i uouo'^KX.urot ttySpes, 

H^os and IiaodSiiiiaB danae and throw tha tnl 
'AAnryoos 8' 'AAtDu noX haah6.p.avTa KiXtvire 
ixovva^ iSpX-^ffao-^Qi, iirei aipuTiu ov rts epifev. 
ol 8' ^(i oSii ai^oXpav KaKr\v jierh, yipa'w eXofro, 
■noptjtvpfjjv, rfjv atjiiv YlShv^os Troiinr* Saii^ouw, 
tt)!" ^Tfpos praraffice irorl Vi(jifa cicidtwa 
i3i/a)9eiff dirt'ira)" 6 8' dTTo x^o^'os u>|'(Ji7' ^Epflct; 
/JrjiS^dJS ixedekdTKf, w(tpos Trotriif oBSos iicetrfloi. 
avrap ijifl hi) a-ipalpy &p' l^v TTeip^ffairo, 



8. 0AYS2E1A2 0. 131 

''op^' ifLeifiofjJva)' Kovpoi 8' IttcAtJiccoi; 6XK01 

mi&T€s Kat' iyQvai t^oXvs 6' vtt6 KOfxiros dpdpci. 

^ TOT* Jp' ^AXkCvooV' Trpoa€<l>(iv€€ bios ^Obvora-evs' 380 

' AXxwoe Kp€ioVj 7rAvT(ov dptde^cere KaQv^ 
^MQ' hrcCkrja-as firjrdLppLOvas etvai apCarovs, 
9 ip* irdipLa t^dicto' arifias ft' Ix^t diropoonvra/ 

fls ^ArOf yrjOriirev b' tepbv p.ivQS 'AXictrooto, 385 

w^a fie ^ai,'qK€(T(n <^tXr\piTyLOi(n pienjvba* 

^'^nts are made to Odysseus, whioh he stows in a box, 

'KcicXvre, ^ai,7jK(ov ffyriTOpes ribi pi,ibovT€S' 
^ C^ivos [liXa fioL boKici TT€7TiwfJL€vos €lvai, 
^ iy€ ol bQfxev ^etmJLoVy m iirieLKis, 
^hiKa yhp Karh brjpiov &pLTTp€Tr4€S paarLkrjes 390 

^X^ KpaCvovari^ TpLO-KaibiKaTos 8' iyo) avrov 
ffiv o{ (kootos <t>apos €VTr\vv^s fjbe \tT&va 
m 'j(jwa'olo rdkavTov iveUaTc ti/xtJci^tos. 
^ifd hi Tsivra (pipmpLev aoXX^ca, o(f)p^ hi x^P^^ 
fcu'os (x!^v iitl bopTTOV Irj ^aipoiv ivX 6vix<o, 395 

^"^piaXos bi i avTov ap^a-c&a-Btii CTreco-crt 
*« 5(4/}^, lit^ oi TV iiros icarct \ioZpav letircv/ 

Qs i(f>a6', ol y &pa irdirres iirfiveov ffb' iK4\a)ov, 
Ott/Hi 8' Sp' olcrijicvai TTpoea-av KripvKa iKaaros, 
Tov 5 aSr* ^vp6akos dTra/xe^jSero (jxivriaiv tc' 400 

A\kCvo€ icpctoz;, irdvTOiv apibeUere XaQv^ 
Toiyap cyi) Y^p ^eivov apiaro-opiaL, is av fceXetJcts, 
Wo) ol Tob' iuop Trayx(iXK€OVi <S iin Kdirq 
^pfrj^ KoXcbv bi veoTrplarov i\i(l)avTos 
^MljrqTar -jroXeos bi ol &^lov eorai/ 405 

^5 eZircay iv X€parl tCOcl ^[(pos dpyvporiXov, 
^ luv {jxavrjaras lirea irrepoevTa Ttpocrr\iba' 

K 2 



rroi 8e 6eol a\ox6v r' Ibifiv Kal Trarpib' iKftrQai 

Tay 3' aT!ajXfi^6iJ.(vos irpoa-tipij iroAiI^ijrts 'OSw 
' tial av, 41IX0S, [J,6\a xo^'p^i ^'O' 8e' roi oA^io 
/x^S^ tC TOi fi'^eo's ye ttoOij ij,(T6m<rdf yivoiro 
Tomov, o hi] jiot BuKos, apftrrrdjiivos iirieffiriv. 

H pa Koi djW^' i/ioio-i fleVo ^Cipos apyvporjXt 
bvaero t' ije'Aio?, koI rm kXvto, Swpa iropjey" 
KQi 7(4 y' « 'AXKiro'oto ^ipov K^pvnfS AyavoC' 
&f^d[ifVoi b' apa iratSes ajcvuova^ 'A\Kip6oto 
lirjTpl trap' albolr/ idttrav T^fpiKoKXia SSipa. 
ToiiTiv 6' riyfp.6vev' Uphv p.lvo^ 'AAmjiooio, 
iXdovTiS he KaBlQiv fv v^-!]ko\m Opopam, 
h^ pa tot' 'ApjjTTjy irpoir^0vj jitvos 'A^KitiSoto' 

' AeSpo, yiifai, iptpt xt}\6u hpiitpt-ni', ij tis ApiS 
(If S' ourfj 0« ipapos fvnXwfS ^3J ){i7-£i)a. 
4/xi^t 5« 01 TTupi xakKhv l-qvare, fltp/jitre S' IBwp, 
o<ppa \o(ercr6,iiev6s r< iStuw t' e5 Ketp,a)a iriirra 
bmpa, Ta ol ^afiiKes &p.ifi.ov«i ivBdb' futiKW, 
bairl Tf T^pTiijTai Kal ootSiji ijf/iiov aKoviav, 
Ka( oi ^yi ro'5' tSAeKroii ^fioii irtpiKoAA^j ^wierfro*! 
yjiiiTtov, o(j>p* ip.i0^v fie;jJ")n^i'os 7(;xara 's&ara 
m:evbij ivl neyApif Ati r' aXKoitrCv re dtourtv,' 

'iif f<l>aT', 'Api'iTtj hi fitra S/itojiffti' ffntfV 
ap.ifil -avpl aTrjiTai rphroba p.fyav orrt Tax'^TO. 
at Be Xoerpoxdov Tpiiroh' taraaav h -mipl ictjWip, 
ev b' ap' vba>p ^x^"*"*' ^^ ^^ f"'^" Saiou tkovirtu,. 
y&rrrprjv piv Tptirohoi irvp &pirfic!V(, Sfpfirro B' C8) 
Toijipa b' &p' 'kpTfTi] ^(tvif irfpiKaXKia X'?^°'' 
i^e^epev SaXti^io, tWei fi' ewl KoXAipia Supa, 



8. OATSSEIAS 0. 133 

»5*avT^ <l>SLpo9 OrJKev KaX6v T€ xir&va, 
wt luu f^vqtraff lirea TrT€p6€VTa Trpo(njvba' 

'Airis vvv Be Tr&fjLo^ OoQs 6' iTti becfibv IrjXov, 
l^f} rfs TOi Koff Sbhv fiTjX^o-erat, birnoT hv a!rr€ 
a&/o^a y\via)V iirvov loav iv prjl ficKalvijJ 445 

Airap ivcl t6 y iKova€ iroXvrXas bios '05v<ro-evs, 
W'TiK iinjfyn)^ ir<afjLa^ $o&s 6' ^irl bearfibv Irjke 
'ToiK&oz/, & iroT^ /xtv dedac <^pc<rl liorvia KCpKr]^ 

then he bathes, and, after a kind word to Nausicaa, joins 

the banqueters. 

ttwo5toi; 6' ipa ynv rafilrj XovaracOat ivdyei 
« p lurijiivOov p6v6*' 6 8' &p' iixmacrms Be ft/fio) 450 
^^fia ko€Tp\ iirel oi ri KopuCofxevos ye OAfiiCeVy 
' ^fl iri XCtt€ b&pLa Kakv^ovs fjvKoiMoio' 
^pa bi ol KOfitbrj ye Oeta &s ipm^bos rjev. 
Tov 5* eTrel otv d/Kool kovcrav koI yjpi<rav ikaCia, 
¥^J hi pxv yXaivaif KoXifv fi&Kov ij^e x'^'wz^a, 455 

fK p* lurajiCvOov fias &vbpas [xira olvoTTorrjpas 
^^ Navo-iKoa b\ OcQv &Tro k6X\os €\ov(ra 
^ pa Tfopa araOpjbv riy^os iruKa TSovqTolo^ 
mjia(€v 6' ^Obvaija iv 6(l>6aXfjLoi(n.v opSxra^ 
*«f luv ^JHoinjaaa lirea Trrcpoevra irpoaTivba' 460 

^Xaljpe, fety', foa Kaf ttot i<av iv iraTpCbi yaCji 
Mw^oj ^ftcv, 3ti /Ltoi TTpdrri ^miypC <5</)^AA.eis.' 

T^v d' iTraiJL€ifi6fX€Vos 'iTpo(ri(f)rj woXvftrjTts 'OSvo-o-etJs* 
Nau(riK(ia, Myarcp fi^yaXrjropos ^A\kiv6oio, 
ovrco wiv Zeus ^e6j, ipCybomros ttocls "Hprys, 465 

OMcoJ^ r iXOifjL€vai koI v6(mp.ov rjfxap IbiaSai' 
''$ Khf Toi ical KeWi, Oe^ &s evx^rotfpirjv 
^i ^fwrra TTcJyra* <rJi y(J/» /i' e]3t(0(rao, KOiupTf\? 

/^/(» W ^f $p6vov r^e wa/)* 'AXkCvoov ^aaCKTva* 



134 8- 0AT2SEIA2 ©. 

ol h' 7;6i) fMipas T eye^oii KtpoiovrS re owov. 
KTjpv^ 5' ^yyufleif ^Xfley B.yo>v ipbjpov ooiBdi', 
AijfxoSoKOU Aooiiri TfTin&op' fto-t S' fi/i'' auriw 
ljA(TiTif baiTVn6vuiv, irpas Kiopa p-OKpov Ipflo'a?. 
3^ rrfre K-^pvxa Trpoo-e'^rj Tio\ijfU)ris OBuffirei/s', 
riiroi' Airoirpora/iaiy, tTri 6e irXeiou ^AtXetirro, 
apyioSovTOS vb^, OaKfpri h' ^]l/ afi<(iis aXoiip^' 

' Kijpuf, TTj S^, roCro irdpf Kpeas, o^;)a (paypm, 
AjjfioBoKU, /ta: /ill) irpoinrnifo^tat, axvififvos Tiep. 
Tr5<ri yap Ai/OptoTroicriy i%i}idovCoia-iii Aoibol 
riixrjs tp.pA>poC eio-t koI aiSoCs, ovreit' ctpa rr<f>ias 
o'fitt? /xouir' ^StXa^E, ^l\-q(rf bi (jivKov Aoibav.' 

'ils op' ei^Tj, KijpvS hi ^ipmv fv j^epcrlv tQtjKtv 
TJpf Arj/zoSoKQ)' 6 8' fhf^aTO, X"¥" ^^ ft/flM. 
01 5' ^tt' oveiad' fToljxa TtpoKtlfttva )(elpas loXXov. 
avrap infl iroVtoj Koi eSijitJos t^ Ipoji eiTO, 
Sif Tore AijftoSDKoi' Ttpoiri^ri iroAv^i|ni' 'OBuero-nis. 

' AJifio'SoK*, ^fo^a 8^ o"( ^porir alvl(oii,' dirtliTffltf 
J) cr^ ye ^oSir' eSfSafe, Aios ttois, Jj ff^ y' 'AirdAXw 
XiTji! yap Kara KOffp^ov 'AxaiHv o'tov aeiSeis, 
oair' lp$av t litaOov re (cal orrir' fp.6yT}<Tav 'h\ats>lt 
ios T( TTOV TJ avrhs irapeiu rj SXXov ^Koirras, 
ahX' Sye Sii p.iT&^rj6i Kai. hrtiov Koff/zoii afiaov 
bovpaTiov, Tov 'Eireios k-i^o'ir^Ttv miv 'Afl^iip, 
ov ■hut' is &Kp6i:o\iv Bo'Xoy 'lyayt Bios 'OBuco-ms, 
avbpav ifrnXTJiras ot p' 'IXiov i^aXAira^av. 
at Kfv Sj] fioi Tavra Kara iioXpav KaToXc^s, 
avrW iya ttS/Tlv fiv0ri<TOfi.ai. avSpieiroUTiv 
us Spa To( •np6i^poiv 6eos wnam $f<Tiriv dotS^v.' 

Demodoous tinga of the ' wooden Iiorae.' 



8. 0AY2SEIAS 0. 135 

mtp IXcai; &s ol filv ivco'ikiJLtov Inl vri&v 500 

%€wi, Toi d' ^817 iyaKXvrbv dfu^' '05v<r^a 

f&r hi Tpdoiv iyopfj KeKoXvfifUvoi tTnro)' 

awoj ydEp jutti; TpQcs is iiKp&noKw ipvaravro. 

iy i likv I(jtt}ic€i, Tol 6' i.Kpira Tt6)0C iyopevov 505 

J//icw)t ifuf) avT6v' rplyjx hi (r<t>taw fjvbav€ jSovX^, 

i^ huLvXij^ai Koikov b6pv vrj\4i \aXK<a, 

^ Karh verpicDV fiaXicLv ipvcravras lir' &KprjSy 

? iiaof fUy SyaXixa OeQv Q^kKrqpiov eli^at, 

Ijircp brq koX lireira TcKeurrjar^crdai IfieW^v' 510 

^a yhp rfp imokia-Oaiy iirfiv irrfXis d/x(/)tKaAi;^ 

^pircov iiAyoif tinrov, SO* ctaro irivTcs ipiaroi 

A/oyfioif Tp<»c<r<rt (f)6vov koI icfjpa <f>ipovT€s» 

Wcv 8' 0)9 SoTu bUirpaOov vUs ^Axat&v 

iirirJ^CDi Cfcxt/zxex^oi, icoiAoi; Aoxov iKTrpoXiirovres. 515 

oUoy d 2W;7 SctSe -jroXtv K€pdiC€ixev alTtrjVy 

^fi€vai, fjfVT '^Aprjay aiv iimOita Mevekdta, 

KfiSi bfj alvSrarov TroXefjiov (I>6to ToXfirjaravra 

^^(Tcu, Koi litetTa bia fieydOvfiov ^AOrivqv. 520 

• 

Odysaens weeps at the story, and Alcinous bids the bard 

to cease. 

Tow Sp' dot8o9 &€Lb€ TrepiKXvTos* avTCLp ^Obvaorevs 
"^KiTo, biKpv 8' ibevev virb pXi<l>apoi(n irapctds, 

wy hi yvvri KkaCrja-i (fiCkov Tt6<riv &ix(f)nr€arov(ra, 

If 

^ '"c 1^5 irpdaO^v TroAto? Xatov T€ Treorjjcnr, 

"<^C4 Kol TeKhcrcrtv dyivvoiv vr]Kt\s VH^P' 5^5 

^ H-h rbv OvrjarKovra Koi itxnraCpovTa Ibovcra 

^ air^ yyiihrq XCya Kcoicvei' ol bi t o'Ki(T6t 

Moires' dai/pea-a-i fjierd<ppa;ov rfil koi fi>v*'^\)« 



ftpfpov fttravdyovm, tcovov r ixififv (tai it-^vv" 
TTJs h' iKftivoTOTif fix*' <j>OiviOinnri, naptiaC' 
As 'Ohvtrais fkfeivbv im' 6<j>pvtii t&Kfwov ftj3ev, 
h'ff &XXovs jxiv ■Jrdirras' Ikivdavt hixpva Ae(]8ii»', 
'A\k(voos h4 )xiv oTos ^ire^pairaT' ijS' iv6i\iTfV, 
ijixtvos 3yx,' avrov, ^apii Se trrevixoirros et»:oi;«w. 
aii^a hi "tatjjiceiTin <^iAijpf'r/A0t(7t fi.tTT}vba' 

' KeK^ure, il'ot^icdjy ijy^Topti ^8J /x^SoiTCff, 
AifioBojtos 6' ^Bij iTxeSfTO) tpopfuyya XCytiav 
oi yap ticas •niivrfaat }(api,(6iiiti!0S toZ &eC&ft. • 

i^ ov hopTtia^Uv re kqi &popf Oftas &0Lbos, 
tK Tovb' ov TTo) iraia-ar' 6i(vpoio ydoio 
6 ^eivos' fitlAa irov fiiv a\os ippivas ip^ifii^tiKfii, 
aX\' ay' 6 fiiir <TXf6iT(a, Xv' ofim rtpTTci/iefla iriWa 

(tv(Ka yap ^nvoio rih' alboloio TinicTai, 
iro/iii^ Kol ipC\a fiupo, ret oi bibofiev ipi\4ovTfs. 
avrl Katrtyvi^Tov ^tlvas d' iKfnjs re TirvnTai 
avipi, OS r' oklyov iifp lTri\jfavi} TT/janiSctm. 
T^ i^;" ftijSe o'ti teCfJ* iioiiftairt KepSoX^oio-iw 
OTTi Ki a' elptufiaf -(jtaadai. b{ of koXXiov i<mv, 

and quostionB 0d7EBea3 about hlmaelf. 
flit' ovofi.' om o-e k^Wi KoAfon p^njp t« Trar^p r^ 
iXXoi 6' ot Kara fioru Kol ot TreptyawrdoiKni/. 
o& fiti; ydp riff irtl^Trau ijJui/vfuJs lor' hpSpumuiv, 
oi KOKos ovfi^ fxJw ecrflXis', iiniv rh, irpSra yiv^ra*,. 
&W IttI TtaiTt Tldfvrai, lnff k« T^Konn, Totrijes. 
(iVJ 8e poi yaidy re reiji' 3ij/^';j ts iro'Atc re, 
(If^pa (7e T^ ir^fiwaitrt rtruffKO/teyat i^p«ri i^es. 
oi yap ^af^Kffrai. Kv^fpinjriipfi tacrtv, 



8. 0AY22EIA2 0. 137 

^' avral Icaai vorjiiara koI (^pivas iofbp&v^ 
id viirriav taacri itdkias kcu irCovas iypovs 5^0 

mp^(0Vy KOit Xair/xa TixiaO* aXbs iKitepooaaLv 
^(pt Koi v€(l>i\ri KCKoXviifxivai,' ovbi iroTi (r</>t2; 
<^€ n T[7iiJLav$rjvai hti bios ovt^ dnroXiaOai, 
<^ rrfd' &s voT€ Ttarpbs iyoav elirovros &KOV(ra 
NowriWoi;, hs l<t>a(rK€ ITocrctScift)!;' iLyAaaardai 565 

ijiuvf o&€ica iroiivol iirrjixovis elptev aitivroiv. 
¥iv(yrk ^airJKOiv iofhp&v evepyia vrja 
^i^voimjs iivunjaav h rjepoeibii itovna 
hufiiupuj fiiya b* fjiiiv Spas' 'nrJXei djui^tfca\v\/f€tr, 
^ iy6p€v* 6 y4p<av* ra bi k€v Ocbs fj rcX^o-ctei/, 570 
? K* irikfcrr* eftj, &s ol <t>0\.ov litXero Ovp,^. 
^ iy€ iwi rSbe cliti koL irpeKioas icaTciXcfoy, 
ftnny iveaXiyxOrjs T€ koL &s rivas ticeo x^P^^ 
'/kSitcox;, ctvTois t€ irdXiAs t' c5 i;ai€T0(i!a'a9, 
Scrot x<>X^vo^ T^ '^<^ iypioi oifbi bUaioL, 575 

ot Te ^iX<(f civoi, leaf a-<f>t,v v6os iarl Oeovbris, 
utk V S Ti Kkakis KcH ibup^ai ivboOi Ovp,^ 
^(luiv ^ava&v i}d' 'IX£ov otrov iLKoioav, 
rw ^ 0eo2 i»kv T€v(avy iircKXiiarcarro 5' SXeOpov 
^fAttoiSy Iva fjai kolL IfTfToiUvoKnv iuoibri. 580 

'i Tfe Toi fcal injiy &v4<j>0tTo ^1\l60l itph 
w^Xoy ^0)1;, yafxppos fj itevOepos^ ot t€ /xcJXtora 
*^WToi TekiOovtn ijl€^ alfxi t€ kolI yivos avrm ; 
1 rfe vow Kol erai/}09 Av^p Keyapuriiiva dbois^ . 
"'^Ws ; firel ov fiA; ti ica<r&yi;^roio x^peCoiv 585 

yiypcroi & fc€i^ iralpos O^v ireinwpJva elbfi* 



-(<^K 



0AY2SEIA5 I. 

'AXuTiVoy CLToXoyot. KvKkdireia. 

Odrasena lereals his name and homo. 

Tav 5' wnaiJ^eifioiXfvos itpoffiipj] lioXijirp-K 'OSuint 

' 'AAxfyoe Kpeloii, ii6.VTmv ApitfixfTt Kai^P, 
i) TOi lAv TO^f Kokbi! a.KOv{iJ.fv iaflp dotSou 
roioBS' oJos uS' earl, fleols ^oXiyKtoj aiSjJi/. 
oi yap fy<i y4 tL tj}r}jjLt TtXos xapiiarfpov ftval 
tj ot' hj/ppocrvvr) juJi/ ijQ} Kdra S^/iou fiwawa, 

'^fievoi i$firis, napa hi itkyjdiiim rpiiTrefnt 
aCrov Koi Kpeimv, ft-iSv h' Ik Kpr]T^pos &<l>i<nra)u 
olvox_6os <j>op(^in Koi iyx^^l} SeTraeircri' 

. o-ol fi^^a K^Sea fli'jUO! ^i 

irfJu 8 3jiopii irpSiTOV fivS^rroiiat, di^pajcoi^fitif ■ 

iinv Rectos eo) Ko! QTrdTrpofli Suf^ara j'aftoi'. 
*V 'OBuo-fiJs AafprttiSTjj, Sj ttSo-i BdA.oio-ii' 
dvdpcan'oi^i /:icAta, Kal fi(v k\«'os ovpavhv jjct^j 










JL\ 



9. 0AT22EIAS I. 139 

ToUal viaHmunJcri ixiXa cfxcSoi; AXXrjkrjcn, 

^wkl)^iip T€ S<ifi?y T6 Kal v\ri€ooa ZolkvvSos. 

^ R \$€ilxaXfj irawirepTiTri €lv ciXl xeirai 35 

»/>Sy C(f^y, ai 6^ t* ivev0€ irphs tjQ r' ^^Xtov re, 

'^fw/Xet', iA\^Aya^?i KovpoTp6([>os' oi rot ^ycS yc 

?y ya6;s bivafmi y\vK€p(iT€pov SXKo IbicOai, 

^ M^ jLi' avrSO^ ipvK€ KoXvi/ro), 5ta ^caoor, 

[hf uiio'cri y\a(f)vpolcrf.i Xikaiofxivri irScriv etraf] 30 

•y y avrcos KCpicrj KaT€p7JTV€V iv jxeyApoia-iv 

AWtj bokSeacrOy XtkaLOfxivrj mdaiv dtvau 

^ l\uiv oS TtOTC OvpLOV ivl arrjOea-a-LV ht^iOov. 

•5 ov5h; yXt;Kt02/ ijs irarpCbos ovbi TOKrja>v 

yWcu, €l -ffcp Kai ns irn&npoOi irCova oIkov 35 

y^^^U & ikkohaitfi vaUi, iirdvevOc TOKTjcav. 

^ ^' iye TOt Koi vScrrov ifxov iroXvKrjbi* ivC<rjT(Oy 

w fioi Z«/5 i<l>irjK€V &no TpoCrjdev I6vn. 

Btor^ of fhe departure from Tlhim : saok of Ismarus, 
and revenge of the Cioones. 

UttWo? ix€ (f>4p(»)v ivepLOs KtK<Jrc(r<rt itikaaaeVy 
Ifffk^* ivda V cyw itoKw htpaOoVy fiXeora V avro-is' 40 
'•^tdXioj 5' AAoxovs Kal KTrffmra ttoXXjo, XajSrfirres 
"'^^^^jifif^', 0)9 /xi} T^s /iot drejutj3({jut€ros icfot I<n;s, 

i^Toi i^y ^yo) ti€p& TTobl (f)€vyifX€V fjixias 
'^•yco, rot 0^ \xiya wmoi a vKJ^ COovTo, 
^"^jJi^ ?roAA&v IJ^v pAOv irCvero, TroAAa 6^ fxrjXa 45 

^^'^off vaph 6^va Kal eiKCirobas IXiKas ^ovs, 
'rptt y Sp' o!x'^/i6i;ot K^Kor69 KiKOz;c(r(rt yeydvevv, 
w ff^Uf y€^ror€9 ij<rai; fijuta -TrXeoz/e? Kal apetovs 
nffipop vaCovT€S, iTnardfxevot pikv a<l>^ tinraiv 
^piffi fidpvaarOcu Kot 86 1 xp^ ttc^ov Idvra. V^ 

f^ Srei^' 8<ra <t>iKKa /cal Sj;flca y Cyverai &pTj, 



riipioC TOTf S^ pa Kanrj Aios a'lra ■Kapian} 
I'ljuv ali'Oii<ipoirTu; tv' SAyea TroXAa ■tra6oi.fi.eu. 
(77T](rii/i«'0i 6' (jidxovTO fi^XV '^"■P^ wjucri 6dpai, 
ftaXXov S' oAX^Aovs X"^'"!/'*"'"^ iyxeCjiiyiv. 
00m //ey ^is iSc nal M^en lepbi/ '^fi.ap, 
T09pci"%' aXf^muvoi pevonev irAeouas' irep fdurar" 
17^0? 5' jje'AiD? fiiTei/i(T<Fero ;3oi)Xur(fi'5e, 
Koi Tore §^ Ki'icoi'es KAiyai; hapAtrcwTts 'Axaiou'j. 

<SXopfl'" ol 3' oAAoi ^vyofieu Oivarov Tf i^opoir re. 

The IToEth wind drives them on tlia coast of tt 
Xiqtopjmgi. . 

''E.vBiv Se TTpoTejKo irAeo/ncu aKa^^fieyot Jtoa 
fiiTfterot ^K flttiidroio, ipiKous dkltravre^ Iroipoife. 
ouS' Spa f/oi TtpoTipat ptjcs kCou &[j.<jiii\i(T(rai, 
TTpiv Tuia.j^ BetAw:' ^Ttiptof rpis a(a<rroa^£(rai, 
ot ff&fov iv Tr(8f([> KtKtJrojy Stto 8i)(i)9aT-«ft ' ,' 
I'lji/o-l S' ^itw/jit' SLveixof Bopirje vei^eAjjyepera Zevs 
AafXairt fleo-Treo-i?;, oiiJ SJ Vftjiftfrtn KoXvjfrf 
yaiav op^v Koi tTovrav' ipdpH S' avpavodtv vi(. 
ai f^w tTreir' l^tpovr' (TTtKipinai, Eoria 5t o-^iw 
T/Jtx^i re Kai Terpa\da bUaxttrev ts &vip.oio. 
Koi ra fxjy ^s z/ijas KtiOf/iei', bfCtravTfs oXeBpov, 
avTas 8' laoTjfiivius itpotpva-aapip i/irei/KiuS*. 
eyflo Buu) iTiftraS' tvo t' i)fj.ara <niwex*s liei 
KfififO', Ofiov Kap-iri^ t( ical a\y«n 6vfi6v Ibourd, 
dXA' ore ti) Tptrov if/xap itrnXoKap^s -riKta ^is, 
lirroiiS' (TTTjo-d/iHTOi oi'it 0' larCa AeiIk' iputravTfS 
i}p.(6a- rSs 8' (Svf^o's re KV^epurJTaC t' rflwoi'. 
iTh/ jtJ koj (li7/(ij9^S lK6(i^i) Is irarpi&a yaiav, 
aAAti /if KVjJia poos ft irepiVo^xirrovTa '^\^tuui 



9. 0AT2SEIAS I. 



v.. 



Kol Bope'jjs aitfteae, napiTrhay^ai 6e Kvd^piiiv. 
'Evdev S' iimjiMip ipepofi-rjv dhoois aviiioitn 
TTDOTOir ^7l' ixOvofin'- airrap BfKtlrjj ^ire^Sjjfiel' 
yaijjs Aajro^iyioi', ot t avdivov flbap 4bovffiv. 
trCo B' ^ir' ^irt^ou ^ijp.ev koI atfiviTa'dned' Gbuip, 
"l^tt he Sehrvov tkovro do^s Ttapa vt]V(Tlv iraipoi. 

■ 'iTcip (Trei aCroiS re isaaaantO* i;6i Trorqrot, 

■ ;| tdt' iyaiv irapovs Tcpoteiv Tie'uffeiTdai toirras 
lu Tivts avipfs titv ^tt! )($ov\ inTov cSoi^es, 
itiiSpt Bvw Kpivai, rpiroxov i^pv)^ 3f/' ^Tiio-iras', 
oi 6' a'^' oixoft^"' ;xt)'S'' avSpaai Ainroipdy oiaiv 
">iS S()o Aa)7O0ayoi /i^6oc9' irapoimv oKtBpov 

law 8' Zi Tij Xwroib i^dyoi /ieAiTjSf'a «a/>jrSc, 

ooifr' iiirayyfiXai ttoAi:/ ijdfKev oibi veitrOai, 

oik' aurov /3oiJAoito fier' dj^/intrt Aojro^iiyotin 

Wow fpenrofifvol fifoitifV poirrov t« Xafi^o-Sai. 

I wot fiiv iywv i^ri vjjh? &yov nXaCovras 6v6yKrt, 

1 Jijuirt 6' &1 yAa(|tvp^7(rii' utto fuya fi^ira ipva-o'as. 

W tiTop Toij SAXous KeAo//i)u fpCiipas eraCpovs 

■'M iriis ns Aojroib tfiaySiv votrroio AiWjjrai. 

■ ^ 3' oTilf' eitr/Saiuoy koi eirl KAjjitri KCiflCfoj', 
fir i' lid/ievoi TToAi^i' £Aa nlirror iperfio^s. 

Tbtf land on the v 



[• ^Mar 8i TlpOTipoi •nX.iop.fu axax'jii.fvot ijrop. 



isHutayiUk 



141 9. OATSZEIAS L 

TivpoX Koi KpL$ai ijS' n/^7reXoi, al r« ipipovau) 
awov ipiarAi^vXov, Kai a<f>iv Attlj oft^pos ai^t 
Toiaiv 6' oSr' ayopal ^ov\i](li6poi cure Qiiitart 
<iX\' oi y v\jfTiXSiu 6pcwv i/alovai Kdpj;va 
iv ffTTtWt yXaiJivpoTiri, 5f//toT«iJ*t Be eKooroff 

N^ffos liretra Xdx^ia iropeK At//i 
yafi)j KuKAiiTTio;? oBre (r)(e6oc our' liTronjAoO, 
vA^eo-ff'" ^1/ B' alyes aTTfipitnat yfy&aaKv 
iypiaf ov pkv yap iriroj avBpmTiuiii &itfpuKfi, 
ovbi P.I.V fl<TOi.)(yevtyl KVVrjyerai, oi re Kad' vKriv 
SXyta i!a.(r)(o\i<Ttp KOpvcjias 6p€wti iijit-noiiTes. ~ 
ovt' apa Tioi}wr^mv Karaurj(erm oiJr' Aporottriii, 
dXA' ij y' SiimapTos koI Ai'qpOros ■iip.aTa TriWa 
di'Ep&ii' ;^ijpEy(c, ^ocTKH 6e re jiijjtiiSas' a'yas-. 
oil yap RfKAtuTre(r!ri u«s iripa ft:Aro7rii/)i)0(, 
avf &iihpfs i^ijcuw eyt TeKTOves, ot Kf Kajiottu 
vijar lucTiT^A^us, al Key reXeotev ^itoora 
oare' ^ir' ivflpioTTdiy iKveu/ieiiat, oiti re iroAAi 
livbpfs ew' dAAijAoTJS yTjuffiii iceputiiiri 66Xa<iativ' 
ot Ke iri^iu Kol t^trou ivKTipLivrp fKaiiovro. , ' 
ov /liJu yiip rt kok^ yt, <J)e/)oi St nee &pia m(wa' 
If fiJc yap Aei^uiics ^ot tioAiolo Trap o^^as 
i&prjkoi p.o\aKoC' fi^a k &^iOitoi ^/xtteAoi tttv. 
iv B' tipoirif Aewj' jxdAa Keu ^aflu A^tou altl 
els upas S/n£«/, ^Trei fxiAo iriap vtt' oBSos. 
(f hi Atfiijy euopfios, lu oj) XP^^ Tveiirjwjrdj lora 
ovr' fvyus ^aX4fW ovtf ■ffpupjn'io'i,' tliid^ai, 
oAA,' htiKikiravTas tieipai xpofou els o xe vaurin 
6vp,hs iTtorpvin) Koi cffmufutrtuo-ci/ di/rtM, 
avra/> ^! Kparoj Kip.lvos pe'et ayAa6;j vSoip, -> 



9. OATSSEIAS I. 143 

hfOa KaT€vkiofjL€Vy KaC tls dtos ffy€ix6v€V€ 
viKTa hi* 6p<l>yahiVf ovtH irfiowf^qiver* IbiaOtu* 
ii\p yap iraph vtival paBtV ^v^ ovh\ c^Krivr) 
€iipa»66€v irpov^Kui/e, KaT€C\€To hi vi<^>U(r(rw, 145 

1^ hff fA Tis TJ^v vfifTov iaribpaxev 6<f>0aXfjLol(riv' 
ou5' ovv K6yuara ixoKph Kv\Lvb6fi€va irpoTi \ip<Tov 
MtboiiOf^ vpiv Vfjas hcra-ikiJLOVs iinKiXcrai. 
lUkxriajiai hi vrival KaStCKofxev larCa Travra, 
iK Hk Kol airrol firjfxfv iitl priyfxm SdKia-OTjs* 150 

r 96a 5' intofipC^avT^s ifxtCvaixev 'Ho) hlav. 

\ Odyiteiu with twelve ooxnrades sets out for the oave 

where the Cyclops lived. 

[' Tlfios h* fjpiy4v€ia <l>6vri pohobiKTvXos 'Hct)9, 

fjcrw $aviJL6(ovT€S ibwjSjxea-Oa Kar^ avTrjV, ,«'";• / . 

o^fHTop 5^ r^/ju^at, Kovpai Ato9 alyiSxpio^ 

^yas dpecTKiiovSf Iva b€Vttvri(Teiav Iracjpoi. 155 

^^ KoyLTTuka T6(a kclI alyavias hoXiyaiKotvi 

«^*€^ Ik vrj&v^ hih hi Tpixp. KOcrfXTjOivTcs 

fii^^^OfjLGr oT^a 5' Idcoxe 6€bs pL€V0€f.K4a Orjpriv. 

%s iUp fioi lirovTo bvdbeKa, h bi IkcJotijv 

«*«* XiyxP^o^ aty€S' ifJioi hi 6^k' i^^Xov of<p. 160 

■s T(fr€ flip Ttp&ttov fjtiap h rfikiov KaTobvirra 

4Ma baivupLOfoi Kpia r' ia-ikera kou fiiOv rfiv. 

w yip iro) vri&v i^4(f)0LTo dtvos ipvOpos^ 

■^* hhp;' iroXXbv yap kv inx<^i^op€v<nv iKacrroL 

^J^apufv Kf,ic6v(ov Upov irrokCedpov ikovres. 165 

•JK^cSiro)!; V is yaiav iXeva-a-ofxcv iyyvs iovrcav^ 

^•wrfi' T* airr<av r€ (pOoyyijv dLoav re koL alyQv. 

W V ffiXios Karibv Koi M Kv4([>as ?}X^6, 

"i TiJr€ K0ifjL'/i6rifjL€V iiTi pfiyiMVL OaXda-aris. 



144 9- 0AT22EIA2 I. 

Koi ToV fyiiv b.yopT}v Bijicvos jjitrh ■na^m ietirov' 
''AAXoi lifv vvv fiffii'tr', ifioX ipCripfs iralpoL' 
avrap iyui crvv vrft t' I^^ (cai ^fxois irapoicnii 
i\dbiv rmvb^ iai&pmii Trfip^trofiai, ot nvis tlaai, 
*l p 01 y' vpplcrraC Te koL aypioi oibi SfKoioi, 
^t ^iXo^eivoi, KaC ir^iv v6os iori feuSijs.' 

aurouy r' Aft^arneui cipa r« ■7!pvp,ini<ria \Caai, 
01 8' dTi/f' ela-^aivov koj. IttI Kkr)i(n KoStCov, 
^^7(5 6' iCdiiivot nokirjU 5\a riirrov ipcrpjiii. 
cUX' ore hi) tov xSpoi" aipiKOixfO' tyyiis eovra 
fvBa 5' fir' la-gari^ trnios e!.bop.fv, ayx} dakia-crrfi. 
vi^Kov, biipvrjcri, KaTr]pf<^4s' ivOa hi ttoWq 
/x^A', otes Tf KW, aiyes ioiifffKOf' irepl fi avA.^ 

fiaKpTJtriv Tf iTiTvaaiv Ihi hpvirw ■ui/ctitrf/xoiirii'. 
(y^a 6' &i>)ip hrCavf TreAcipioy, oy pi re fiijka 
o'os iroi,i*a.iv(tTK€v dwoVpoflw ouSJ /itr' ftWovs 
iraiX-dr', oXX' &isdvfv9cti laiv aSfp-iaria jtSj;. 
K«i yap Bavjj,' hiruKro irfKtipiov, ovhi iifK€i 
avbpl ye (TiTO<pdyif, oAAa pCta ik-^fvri 
i>firikav Apliov, 5 re ^afffrai olou &it^ oAXcui'. 

Aq roVe tol/s nXAoi'S KeXaftriv ipCrjpas iraCpovi 
alrov -nap vrfC t( p.ivuv koi i^a fpvcrOai' 
atirap ey!h Kpivas iTapoiO bvoxa^fK aplmovs 
^ijV arap atytov atrKov e}(oi> fxtkavos otiioio, 
Tlhhi, ov (lot IStOKC M^piOF, EiivBtos vl6s, 
ipei/s 'ATTtlXAojuoj, Ss 'lirfiapov ajxipi^e^^Kei, 
ovefKi fiiv avv -naihl Trcpnr;(djif9' ^8e yvvaiKi 
^Ct^/.io'oi" tfKH yap iv SXriti hfvhp^fim 
<toCfiov 'AtioWiuvos. 6 bi fioi tioptv ayXak taf 
Xjwtrov jjAv fioi 6mk' ritpytos litra ToXmuxo, 



9. OATSSEIAS 1. 145 

ittK€ hi fioi Kpvirripa mavipyvpovy avrap iitara 

oW h ifi(l)i,(f>opa)<n hvdbeKa iraa-iv iufyiia-a-as 

rflw iLKripiaioVy Omv irordv oihi ns airrbv 205 

iU* ai/Ths iXo\6s T€ <l>CKri raixh} re fxC 067. 

rov V St€ vlvoiev jJL^Xirjhia olvov ipvOphvy 

fe Unas iixirXTjcras ibaros iifh elKocrt fUrpa 

X^i ibfirj V 7ib€ia iTrh KprjTrjpos db^bfi, ^^ ' a 10 

fcoTrwfi;' t6t* &v oi rot dfno(rx<(a'Oai <l>(\ov fjev, ""^-' 

Toi) ^pQv ifnrXrja'as iaKbv fxiyav^ iv b\ koX f]ia 

Kft)/W;if«p* avrUa yip fioi diaaro Ovfxbs hyrivoap 

^p* feeXeucrco^ai ix€y6Xrjv iiruifxivov iXi^v, 

^ptov, (Are bUas eS flbSra ovt€ Oifxiaras. , 115 

They enter the cave and await his return. 

^CLfmaXCpLCis b^ €ls ivrpov &(I)lk6pl€6\ oibi fxiv ivbov 
^pojitv, iXX' ivSjjLeve vopLov Kira irCova fxrjXa, 
*^(W€s 6' €& ivrpov i0r}€6iJL€(r6a fxacrra* 
'^ol flip TvpQv fipWoVf arelvovTo b^ otjkoI 
°f^ fjb^ €pC(f)a>v' biaK€KpipAvai b\ iKaarai 220 

tPX^o, \<apls fJLhf irpoyovoi, xa>ph be ixhaafrai^ 
X«ptj y aiff ipaaC vaiov V dpio aryyea irivra, 
y^^l T€ <rKa(f)Cb€S re, rervyixiva^ rots ivAfX€\y€V. 
^^ ifik fx^v irpdna-O^ Irapoi kCa-aovT^ ^7r^€<r<r4 
^P^v aiwfjJvovs Uvai ttSXlv, avrap lireLTa 225 

*<*piraW/xa)s iirl vrja Ootjv ipC<f)0V9 re Ka\ ipvas 
^Kttv i^eXda'avTas ^TTtirXctr akfxvphv Hbcop' 
«AX' ^0) ov i:i66p/riVy ij r' fir iroXi Kipbiov i}cv, 
•9>p' ovrtfi; re ISotjutt, fcai cl jutot ^elvia boCrj, 
^ ip' IfieAX' kripoLo-i (f)avels ipaT€ivbs lo-eo-^at. 230 

Ei^a 8^ 7n;/9 /cijai/res idva-ajxev rjb^ Koi airol 
^^ dbijLtei^oi (/>dyofJL€Vf [livoiiiv t4 jiiu 4v^ov 

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■.fs 

BAijs ifoX^s, tva oi ■jroTiBo/wioc (ijj. 
fvrotrdcv 6' oir/ioto ^aXmv opvtJ-aybbu Iflij/tei'' 
^/i(is Be Stfowres asea-irvixeO' h [iV)(hv &vrpuv. 
airap 5 y (is fvpv o-tteoi TjA.aiTt Ttlova iJ.ij\a, 
irdvra fid\' Sirir' j'fieXyt, ra 8' apatva AecTre fli/f 
opj^eioi/s TE rpciyoys re, fiaOtirj-i (KraOfv auX^j. . 
ovrap ^n«r' c-neBrjKt Ovpchv y-lyav iyj/6(r' iflpax, 
S^pi}i.ov' ovK fill rtfu ye fii/u> Kai ttKOo-' afia^at . 
^o-flAai rcrpAKVKXoi. a-n' ovSfos o)(KiiTiTetan- YU 

TtJffOTJU IjA^SaTOW TliTpIV e-!ci0T]Kf Bvpr^Tiv. 
iCf^y-fvos 6' ^/itXyo' ois Kai jiTjKiiias aiyor, 
xdi^va Kara fioipap, koI vtt" tp.^pvov TiKfv iK&arg. 
avrlKa 6' ^fiiou p^cv dph\ras XeuKoio ydXaKTor 
xXeKTois (V TaX6.poi.iTiv a/^rjo-di/ifrof Kar^flijKO', 
7j^i(n) S' ffliJr' iim}ij-(v iv ayyfaiv, Sippa ol etrj 
■nivfiv atmpivif KaC oi ■noTitopni.ov tlri, 
airrap i-ntl 5i/ (nreuire isovrtirifj.tvos to h '^py^, 
Ka! t(It< irGp av^Kaif Kai (taibfv, (tpero S' rifi^af 
OtOIops put! qnsstlons 'whioli OdysBsiis panlt 
' O ftwot, rCufs iirri ; ■rr66fv iiAerfl' iypa (A 
^ Ti Kara irpij^iv ^ fjoiJ'tSfios' oAttXijirffe i, v(t- 

old re Ai7i(TTii;3es wreip 3Xa, rot r' ciXifiai'Tai 
"l^o? ■napBijxfvoi, KaKov oAXodoirotirt (pepovrtsi^ 
'iis l<l>ad', rifiiv 8' aJre kot(«X(1(t9j7 tftlXov ^r^ 
SenTauTtou i^flo'yyoi' re fiapiiv aiirov re ir4\ii)pov. 
&X\a Kai Sis p-iv lireircrt;' ap.fL06p(VQS itpoirifmoB' 
■'Hftetff Toi T/30»]fi(i' AirOTrXayxfl^ire? 'Ajfotol 
■navToiois &.vip,aimv vTrip n^ya XaiTfia floXitroTjr, 
oiKobf Uiifvoi, aX^Tji' oSov, &K\a Ktkfvda 
j^Xffofifv' oSrto Ttov Zeus ^df\( |if]T(rro(70oi. 
^(w^ ^' 'Arpeftfoi 'Ayctu^p.vovos tv^oij-ttf uvtu.. 



9. 0AT22EIA2 I. 147 

ToG 5^ jfSif ye fUyioTov vKOvpiviov kK^os ifrrt 

Twr(rriv yap bL4ir€pa€ Tr6\iv Kal inrdXecre \<wtfs 2(15 

ToUorfs* fjiuXs V aSrc Kiyav6\L€iH>i ra era yovva 

Wfic^', (f Ti TrJpoe; fetVTjioi; 17^ Kal &X\a)9 

oo6|s hoafrCvrjv, ij re (eCvfav 6ip.is iarCv. 

j Zeus y hnTifjL'/JTCDp iKcrixov t€ ^^Lvo^v r^^ 370 

Qs i(f>ifjLrjVy 6 b4 p? airrCK^ djute^jSero irq\4i 0vp<^ 

^ yap KvKkayn€9 Aios alyiSxov iXiyovaiv 275 

oj^c d^i; fiaKilp(ov, ^cl iJ ttoXv <\>iprr€poC €lp.€if. ' 
018 Sy |yj> ^405 i)(6os AXeucijut«;o9 Tr€(f>i,boCp7]v 
^( ceS ov^' kripcDVf cJ /ut^ ^/iJy /xc jccXevoi. 
"^ jW)t cl<^' Sttu i<r)(€s l(»>v €V€py4a vrja^ 
* TOW ftr' fcrxoTi^s iJ Kal (ry€bbv, o(\>pa bacUo* 280 

fiy ^(iro v€ipdC<oVf ip,k 5' ov Xci^ei; ctSrfra iroXA.^, 
•^ oAXd /tty &^op£oy 'npo(r4<\>7\v hoKlois M^a-air 
'N^a fWv /U104 KaT4a^€ Uoa-CLbAajv ivoaCxOoav^ 
W TtiTpnai fiaXiiv vprjs M Ttelpcuri yaCrjSy 
^ TpooTTcXda-as* iv^pLos b* iK irSvrov Ivclk^V 285 

«W"ap ^w (Tvi; TOi<rb€ VTT4K(f>vyov aliAv oXeOpovJ 

Cyclops devotura six of the men, two at a time. 
Odysseus plots revenge. « 

& iiJHlLpjjVj d b4 PL avblv ipeipero vr\K4i Bvp^^ 
«^' S y' avat^as iripoLS iirl \eipas toAAf, 
<naf bi bu(o pLdpxjfas &s tc cricvXaKa^ ttotI yaCrf 
*w • €K 5' iyK4(l)aXos xapibis pie, beve bi yaiav. 290 
'"ow 5c 5i& /xcXetari Topxov iynXCa-a-aro bopTTOV 
Wi€ y &9 re \^a>v SpeaCTpoipoSy oW iLiciX^vnev^ 

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148 9. OATSSEIAS I. 

(yKora t( trdpKa^ r* koL om4a fivcXoara. 

axdrhia ipy opouiirrfs' d/^'j^'U'i'? 8' f^X* ^M*'''- 
airap i-nd KvK\(o\jf nfyaXriv iiiiT\i)iraTO jnjBwJ 
aptpoiifa Kp4' «8&iii Kat tir' axpTyrov y6Xa -nlviov, 
Keir' fVToaS' tlurpoio TaMJoo-a/ieuo? 5ta /ijiXwii, 
Tov fifv fyu) ^oiKexjcra icara ftfyaX-qropa Qvfuai 
&<Ttrov liiiv, ffi^os dfu ^puo-iriifxtyor irapa i*''ipov, 
ovrdfjuvai -npos ori^flos, 3flt <j>pipfs rjnap ^ovtn, 
Xfip' (Tiifj.aiT(riiJ.evo?- Irfpos St p.e Bv/Jias IpvKfv. 
dvTov ydp K( Koi 3fi/*es &T!a>\6p,eO al-nvv oK(6pw* 
ov yip Kfv 5vv6,p(a-0a Svp&aiv w//vjAda)u 
■jffpcrlv dxtutraffflai X.I60V o)3pt/iow, 011 irpotr49riKtv. 
&s Tore p(v (meaxovTfs ip.(ii)a^ev 'H5 tiiav. 

Il/ios 6' ijpiyfueia (^dii<i pobobaKTV^o^ 'Hwr, 
(cai Tor< TTu/) apiKait Kal ^/j.eXye nAuTa ^^Xa, 
TTfltra Kara p.oipav, Kal It:' ip.^pmv ']Ktv ixiaTji. 
aiirap eirei 5^ mrfPtre Troy^ffajio/os ra & ^py«) 
avii fi' o yf 8^ avTf bvio fiip^as im^draaTo .bttwli 
SfiT!v/i<Tas b' oiiTpnv ^frJXaire -niova j^ij\a, 
pmhiini Ci^eAir dvpeov iiiyau' aiirap ?7r«tTa 
&^ ^TT^^'JX'i is' ef re ipaperpj) -jr&p! iittOeCri. ji 
yy»T. TToAAjj Se potfu> TTpis Spos rpeVe Trfoya ^^\a 

,_^ -KiiKAoji/j" avTa/> lyi AtmJ/ifji' Kaica ^utro'oBo/xeiJtWj 

ijhf bi jioi. Kara dvfibv ipdrrrj <j>aivfTO ^ovk-q. 
Ki/k\owoj yap otetro ^^o po-adXov wapa o^k^, 
\k(opoii fkaiveov' to /xei' fKrafj-fv, Sijipa tpopalTj 
avaiiOfV. TO (liv &mits iCa-Kop-iv eliTop6<avT(i 
otrtrov 0' lirrhv VTjbs hiKoaopOLo p.(\aCvris, 
^oprUios fip((y]S, ij t fKirepdq fiiya XaiTfia' 
rtimrai' Itjp /iTJKOS, rdffaov itixos cWopJAaflajL. 



9. OAfSSEIAS I. . 149 

Tw) Ith i<rcv T Sfyviav iy<av &TriKoylfa irapaora?, 325 

oi S ifuikhv voCrj(r(W fyo) ^ iOSo^a-a irapacrrai 

Kci rh piv €? K(xri6r\Ka KaTOKp&slras vjri Koirpia^ 

^ pa Kara cnreCovs Kj^yzo p,€y6X* 'fj\i6a iroXkrj' 1 r . 33^ 

^ap ToifS iXKov^ KXrip(j^ TreTToXao-^at ivcayoVy ^ ^^"^ 

fe ny roAfii7(r6i€i; ^jutoi avv ptox^ov ieCpa^ 

^P^foL h 6(l)$a\pu^y St€ tov ykvin/s Uttvos Udrot. 

of y lAaxoi; Tovy Sv K€ koI ijdfkov airrbs kXiaOai^ 

Ti(r(rap€S, uvrap fy« mipmros jutera Toltriv ikiyp.r\v. 335 

fOTT^pios y ^X^€i/ KoAXfrptx.^ /m^Aa vopieicDV' f 

aw6ta 5' €& ev/w arjrios ^Aoo-e Tr&i^a jm^Aa, 

ir(ijTa pik\ ovS4 rt Aewrc fiaJdelris IktoOcv avXrjSy 

ow-ip &rcir MBr\K^ 6vp€ov piiyav vy\/6(T ieCpaSy 340 

Koii€vos 5' ^pL€ky€V Sls Kol pLrjKdbas atyas, 

fivra Korh pjoipaVy kolL vtt epL^pvov 7JK€V kKiarp, 

ttvrap ht€l i^i (nrcvo'c iroirrja-ipL^vos ra & ^pyoy 

<^ y 5 ye 5^ aSre StJco pApy\ras iirAfo-craro hopvov, 

Koi tot' ^y« Kt/KAa)'7ra Trpo(rrjiub(av &yxL Tra/oaora?, 345 

Kwr(7tJj8toj; fi€T^ x.^/><rlr ^a)i/ pJXavos otvoLo. 

Odyiseiui, having made Cyclops drunk, puts out his eye. 

'Kt;icA(o^, T^, irCe otvov, firel <^ay€S avhp6p.€a Kpia, 
W effi^s oloi' Ti TTOTov Tobe irqvs iK€Kevd€L 
^i^ipri' aol 8' ai AotjS^z; <f>4pop, €l pi ikeqaas 
^^tti^c Tr4pL\lf€f,as' (TV b^ pLaLV€aL cvk4t avcKrQs. 350 

'OffrAic, 7r»9 K^y rfr (re xal var^pov aXkos tjcoiro 
■"^pcwrcDi; TToA^wi;; ^ei oi Kara pLoipav Ipe^as,' 

iis i(f>&p.r\v^ 6 §€ 8^KTo Koi IfCTTtci;' TJaaTO S' alvG^"^ 



^5° "^ 9- 0ATS2EIAS I. 

' A6s fMi In Tipo^pbiV, Kai fiot Teoc ovvofia efire jgS 
airUa vvv, tva roi 3£ ^fCviov, tS kc ini X'^^PJ)^- 
ttal yhp KiiKAtuTTfo-trt ^4pei fei6(ii/>os apovpa 
ahov ipKTTatpvXov, Ka( trct>i,v Aios op.^po^ ie^fi-' 
dAAa To6' a}j,^pQiTCi]s koL r/icropds ^oriy imo^pii^.' 

*i2F i^iir'* driip ol aCris ^yi itopov aWoTva o 
Tpls fiiu ISoiKa tp4p<itv, tph 8' ^Kirioi &^pahiri(Tiv. 
avTap fitet &6K\coT!a irep't ippevas ijXvBfii dlvos, 

' KvuXco^jf, elpiOT^s /j.' ovoiJ.a kXvtou} aiirap iyii 
i^tpfta' ai M fioi bos l^e&ioy, &s irep vniimjs. 365 

OBrts e)xof y' ovo^a' Ouki' 8^ ^e KiKA)j|rKou<T 
fi^Tijp j)8J woT^p i;B' oAXot wdifres Irttipoi. 

'ils i<l>diJ,T]V, 6 bi fj,' airCK ap-eC^cTO wjX^t 1 
' O&rii' fyti) isijiarov ?So/jai /iera o's era/ioKri, 
Tofcs 3' fiAAour TrpoVflei'" to B^ rot ^(iv^iav ifrrai.' 

*H Koi AudicA niseis' nftrev vTmos, avTap t 
Ktir' dxoBoxft'ifas iraxvi" avx^a, iciiB 8^ ^tv jj^nior I 
flpet ■Bavhap.&Tiop' ipipvyos 8' k^ecrrniro oTcos 
TJrmiioi t' &vZp6fj.(oi' 6 S' Ipn/ytro olva^apelinv, 
KtU Tor' iy<ii Tov jxoxXov uiro inroSoy jjAaira woAA^s, jjj 
efios SfpfialvoiTO' littirai re Travras (Taipmis ^^M 

O&pavpoe, fi^ tCs (ioi vnohbtiaa^ divabii]. ^^^ 

dAA.' OTf 8q tA^ 6 fiOX_Xos iKdivos ^v TTVpl fiiKKev ^^H 
iiffctrSai, xXwpiis irep eii', Sie^nfi/ero 8' ajjjws, 
<to! ror' lyiv ScriTou <fi4pop iK imp^s, &fj.<pl &' traipoi 3S0 
lOTaw'' avTop Bapffos Iviiwivrtv piya baliiav, 
ol fiiv p.o)(Xov kXovres kK&ivov, d^i' fjr' fiicp^, 
<J</)0aA^Bi ivfp€t<rav' iy^ S iijivTupQev dep^eir 

Sl'vtOC, us 0T« rtS TpUTT^ 6o'pf WJlOf dirt/p 

rpvw^p<^, oX 'bk t' lufpdfV {morra-fCavrnp Ip^Ti 



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9. 0AT2SEIAS I. 151 

&s Tov iv 6(f>0dkfi^ TTvptT^Kca iio\Xbv iX6vT€S 
htvioyLcVy rhv S' atfjLa 'ir€pC^p€€ O^pyubv iovra. 
TTaarra bi oi fiX4(^ap ip^l kcu i<^pio.^ ^(r€v ivrfxri 
yX^yqs KcuopLevris' <T<f>apay&)VTO hi 01 irvpL plCdi. 390 
tt9 5* St ian\p ^clKk^vs 'ni\€KVv fiiyav fji a-Kiirapvov 
dv Vbari yjfvxp^ pimTj iieydka lixpirra 
^appAfrcrtav ro yap aSre (nh-fipov yc Kpiros i(rriv' 
&$ rw (rtC d(f>6a\pLb^ iXdCvi<o ircpl jioxA^. 
(TficpdoX^ov hi fjJy w/uuofei;, irepl 6' tax€ irirprjy 395 

^|A€i5^.5i beCaavTcs am€(rcnSiJL€6\ avrap 6 fxoxkbv 
(^pv(r 6<l>BaXfjmo T:e<l>vp}iivov ai/xari 'ttoXXS. '^ , i ^ 

(Arap 6 ISjSicKoyjras /xeyciA.' rjirvev, ot pd pxv &ix<f>ls 
<pKeoi; h (nrrjearo'i bC iKpias riveixoia-a-as. 400 

ol ^ jSo^y iCovT€s i<f>olT(av iXXoOev SAAos, 
in-iJfia^oi y ctpovTO ir€pl airios orn k Krjhot* 

The triok of ' No-man.' 

*TfeT€ rSaoVy IToXvi^iy/x', &p7]fjJvos 56' fporjcras 
viKTa hC afxppocrCriVy xal at/iri/ovs S/xjuie rCOrjo-Oa ; 
^ M^ T& (r€v jut^Xo ppor&v Hkovtos iXa6v€i ; 405 

? idj tIs <t avrbv KTcCvrj boXia fji pC7i(f)Lv ; ' 

Toils 8' air i^ Svrpov irpoaiilyrj KpaT€pbs FloXvc^ryjutos* 
*S ^&ot, OvtCs ix€ KTeCvei 8oXa>, ov6^ pCri(f)w.* -j^ /~- 

01 5' &Trap,€Ll36p.€Voi lirea Tnepoevr dyopeuoV 
*rfftiy iri fi'/j tCs <r6 ^tci^crat oTov iovra, " 410 

wniotfy y ov TTcoy lort Ato9 jxeyaXov dXiaaOaiy 
oAAi ot; y' ejx,€0 irarpl Ylocrcibaaivf, ivaKTU* 

fis Up* i<f>av imiovres^ ifxav 8' iy4Xaa-<r€ <f)CXov KTJp, 
*5 &OfA i^air(irri<r€v ifxbv koI pltjtls djutv/uuoi;. 

Preparations for escape. i 



153 9. OAT2SETAS I. 

' ' *■. fl Twi wou /n«-' d«(r(rt AfiySoi ore^xSill'' ^po-Cf f** 
ojrro) ydp ttoij /:i ^Xttft M ^piol injTsiov tivai, 
airap eyi (Soi/Xfuor, owcas o^' SfMora yivoiro, 
ft Tiv (TaCpoiinv BaviiTov kyajv ^8' Ifioi avr$ 
cipoCp.rjV wcWas Se So'Aouf (tol /iiSrw v^otiroi/, 
lus TE ire/j! '/'I'X^s' F^" y^P KtiKbp fyyvSei/ jjfi 
i]b( Se HOI Kara Qv\j.<)v Apiarr) tfiaCiifTO ^ovK-q. 
&pa-(V£i\oies' ij(Tav h/rpfpffs, SaoTJ/zaXAot, 
KoXoi re pey<i\oi re, ioSref/ie? tipos txpiTts' 
Tovs &k4<iiv awffpyav hjirrpK^ieasi, \'6yom, "' 
r^ff ?iri YLvkKih-^ rSSe iviKoip', &0efi,C<TTia etS&s, 
OTiirpeis' dinJ^epos" 6 fieu fe /x^o^ SrSpa ^^petriM, 
ri 5' ir^po) iK&TfpSfV Ittju traofrts ero^fMUS, 
rpeis SJ ^KaoTov ^S>t ^les (pepov' airap iyiit ye, 
apweiSs yap Iijij, /x^'Aiow 0^' (IpioTDs an&VTOto, 
ToC KOTO rwTO Aa/3il)i', Xaa-biv inrh yaarip _^Xvrfd 
KeCjUJfC" ovrap x*/'"^'" Q'^'"'^ SeoTrecrfoio 
i- vuiKeiUioi trrpeipdeU ^OM*?" TeT\i;(fri fiufi^. 
* &s nfre /lef OTeudxoyTes liidvojifp 'Hw Sctw. 
H^o? 6' iipi.y4v(ia t/itiwj /JoSofianrtAos 'His, 
icol TOT fireira uofio'i'6' efe'o-iruTO apufva ji^Xo, 
ftjXeiat 6' ^jj.ep,r]K ov &V7'iiJ.t\KT0i. wept otjkoi/s" 
oSSaro yap trtpapay fvvro. Si'af 8' dEilin/tri kok^itI 

ipdZv iirraoToiV to 6^ wiTTioi ouk ^uo'ijo-fl', 
lus ol tjr' eipoTTiJKO)!' dlaiv (rrepvoKri, Se'Serro. 
CoTOTos ApuEtoff /i^Xojii Jwretx* Svpa^t, 
\i)iviu oTfivopfvas KoX Ijiol -miKiva ippoviovrt. 
rhv fi iTtLp.aa-aA}uvo^ iipoaftpi} Kpartpb^ rioXv^fU 



9. 0AYS2EIAS I. 153 

Ojrolopa telks to his ram. 

' Kpi^ irivoVj rt fU)( Sd€ bia (mios ia-avo yLrjXuiv 
ioTaros i c6 n Tripos ye AcAcifXjuiei/o? ^pyisai olQv, 
iXXik noXh vp&ros vifieai ripev &vQea iroCris 
luuifA jSijSos, irpCiTos bi poas 'norafxQv d<^t/c(i];(t9, 450 
Tpdros hi (TTaOiiSvbe XiXaCeai i-noviea-daL 
kniptos* vvv oSrc iravvaraTOS. fj orv y ivaKTOS 
'i^aXfihp TToSieis^ rbv &vfip KaKos i^aKioia'e 
riv XvypoLS irApota-iy hapLaa-a-ipLevos <l>piiHis otv(ji, 
Oiris, hv ov 7r<i (fyripLi ir«f>vypL4vov eii/oi SktOpov. 455 

<2 J^ bpw^poviois itoTLfftODvrieis re yivoio C» 
di€ijr SimTy k^Ivos ip.ov pAvos TjAao-icdfef 
T^ »rf ol iyKdifxASs ye bia a-nios SXXvhs aXKri 
: ^Hpopiifov paCoiTO irpbs ovbe'C, /cad bi k ipov KTJp 
^M^i}<r6i€ KOKQVf ri pot ovribavos ir6p€v 0Srt9.' 460 

^Qs eliiiiv rbv Kpihv imh lo nipue OvpaCe, 

Odyiaeiui retones his oomrades, and they gain the shore. 

f^UvTfs y fjpcuhv iirb <nr€tovs re koI avXrjs 

ipSros VTt ipveiov kvSprjv^ v-nikva-a d' haCpovs. 

f^akCpuos bi rh pirjXa ravcvuiToba^ irCova brjpu^^ 

•oUi vepirpomiovres iXavvopev^ o(j>p iirl inja 465 

^K^'* iunriaioi bi (f>CXois hipoia-L <f>dvrjp€V, 

A ^liyopof Oivarov rov? be frrevayovTo yotavres. 

w kyfA ovK clioi;, di/a b' 6<f>pv(rL vevov ^/cdorcp, 

cWetv* dW' iK^Xeva-a OoQs KaXXCrpLxci prjXa 

■Ax* Iv mil PcLX6vTas iTnirXelv aXpvpbv HboDp, 470 

A V ali^' AtT^OLVov KoL i-nl Kkqla-i KaOlCoV 

*fi* b^ iCSpLevoi TToXirpf &Xa tvtttov kperpoLS, 

^ Sre r6a'a'ov iirrjv oaaov re yiyo^ve porjo-aSy 

*ol Tifr' hyii KvKXoDira TrpooTfibuiv K€pTOfxfot<rf 



154 9- 0AT2SEIA2 I. 

(bfifvai iv o-n^i yXaifivpm Kparfprj^i ^iVjift. 

Kai KCtje ai y (fifWe Kixijcrtffflai kuko. ^pya, ' 

iaOififvav t^ ert Zeus Tftraro Kat flfol tSAAoi.' 

Cyclops nearly cniebaB their ship twice with > li 

'lis J(/>fifnji', 5 6' iitfiTa xoXtSo-aro KTjpoBi [uiiii 
'lK€ S" dTTO/^pjjfas KopvfpijV opws /*«yiiAoto, 
jco3 8' ^/3aXe Trpcmipoidt veos KVavo-rrpifpoio 
[tutOou, lbevi}(Tfv 5' oJ^toi' «ic/mip iic/o-flat]. 
ejcXifffflji !« fltiAaffcra KaTcpxoiJ.^v>]S vtto ir^rfnjs' 
T^i' 6' a'l//' ^TTHfioiiSe ■noXippoQiov <p4pf KvpM, 

So-a Ttap^^' fTdpoi(Ti, 8' ^7ror/n!vas eic^Aeuiro 
}p.fia\4fui KWTrri^, 'v' iv' fK KaKOTijra <j>iyoiiiei>, 
Kparl Karaveumv' ol 8e ■B/wnto-owtr Ipfamv. 
AAA' 5re 6^ Sit roViroj' &X.a ■j!pqcr<rovTfS atr^iiev, 
nai tot' fyai KvuXaita Trpotrrjytiov' afiij>l 6' ira^ 
fi,fi\i)(loi.s i-niitT<nv (piirvov tiAAoSev oAAos" 

* 2;^^rA[e, t^' idcXeis ipediCtUfi' &ypi,ov JicB^ 
fii Kttl vvv TTo'iS'tiwSe /3aAuJif /3Aok 'Jyay* wfo 
oIti? Is 'iTTfipov, Kol 6^ ^apa/ airoB' dXdsrSai. 
tl SJ ^Qfy^apivov Tfu t) aySifcrauro? &KOVfTf, 
rrvv f.f.v lipo-i' '^li^<i>P Ke<(jaAas koE yiiia Sof^ 
fiapnapi^ iKpiofVTi j3aKiiv tdctitov yap Lrj<nv.' 

'ilf (/idffai', iAA' Dv ireiflou fp,6v peyak-fyropa d 
oAAii ficjj i.\lioppov ■npoafipiii/ ic«kottjoti ft/fi^" 

' KvnXaixli, at Kfv tCs irf KaTaBinjTSiv drflptSiraii 
d<f>dakp^ flprirat attKiXCTji/ iiXaioTvu, 
tfrda-dai 'Ohiainja •nrokmopSiov iiaXauirat, 



9. 0AT22EIAS I. 155 

^^viisoiy r} iiiXa $77 jxe 'jraXaC(f>aTa 6ia'(f>a6'^ lK6v€t,. 
!«€ Tis hfQ6jb€ yAinis av^p rjiis tc fx^yas re, 
Ti)Xe/AOS Ev/n;/yiflh|f, hs fAtwrocrvvrj iK^KaaTo 
n!i iiavT€v6iJL€vos Koreyripa RvKkd-n^aaLV 510 

h fUK 1^ rcide ircijn'a r6A6vr77(r€(rdai d'nl(T(T<jii^ 
X^sipQp i^ 'Obvarjos afiapTrja-fa-dai (J'ttco-tt^?. 
I flW* aW Tivo <ff&7a ^kiyav /cal icoXoi; ihiyp.r]v 
W(t5' ^Aei/o-eo^at, ficydXrjv i-ni^niivov clKktiv' 
v^v U y! iinv SkCyos re icai ovTibavos Koi &klkvs 515 
^aXuav iXduaaeVf iireC ]ui' ibafxiaa'aTo otvia, 
flU* Sy€ deu/)', 'OSvcrev, tva rot wap fetVta ^€&a, 
»<^in|i; t' irpfivoa hofxevai Kkvrbv ivvoaCyaiov 
Toi; ySp iyi) ttois dfA, TraTfjp 8' ^fxos cvx^rat e7i;ai. 
flirJj y, al k' i64\ri<T^, Iriaerai, ovb4 tls iXXos 520 

ow€ 6€w fjLaK6poiiV oCtc OvTyrQv &v0p(iTr<av.^ 

Qs i<f>ar*j avrhp iyto yiv ini€i^6p.€vos irpooiuvov 
*fll yip ^ yjn/xrjs re Kot al&vos ae bvvaCfxrjv 
^iv TFwrjo'as itiy.'^ai bSyov '^A'Cbos efcrco, 
^S ovK 6i^aK\u6v y* ^T^o-erai ov8' hoaixduiv.^ 525 

llf i<j>ifirjV9 6 8' iTretra 11 oceidacox/c ^ra/cri 
<i^€ro, x^*p' dpiyoiv els ovpavov aar€p6€VTa' 

^KKvdi^ Ilo&€(baov yatijox^, Kvai/oxatra* 
«J fr^rfv y€ o"Jff €^]uit, irarrip 8' ^fxo9 rfx^at cTrai, 
Mj jyt^ 'OSvo-or^a wroAt'Trop^toz; ot/ca8' iKifrdai 530 

[vlii; Ao^preo), 'I^dx?/ Irt ot/c^ cxoi^ra]. 
oU' cl ol juiotp' ^otI (I>CKovs t' ^86€ti; ical iKia-Oai 
^ov ivKri[i€vov KoX €rjv h iraTpiba yaiav, 
i^i Kcuc&s (XOoiy 6\€<ras a-no irAvras haCpovs^ 
vij^ ksf iXXorpCrjSy cvpoi b^ hf inifxaTa ot/co).' 535 

& l^or* €vx,6fX€vos, Tov b* (kX.v€ KvavQ)^Cx'r^ 
dr^ S y i£avTts voXv fxeCCova X.aav ielpa^ 



156 9. OATSSEIAS I.' 

^k' iTuhiv^ffas, fiifpfiiTf bf Xv amiKtOpov, 

Ko3 8' f^aXw iJ-fTOTHrrOf vtos KVaPOTrpiipoio 

TVT0&V, iitmjiTdi 8' ol-qiov HKpoe E«'ir0at. 145 

lK\iJff0(j S( 66\aiTiTa KaTtpyop.ivT)i vko itiTprii- 

Tipi hi irpoVs) ^ipt Kvpat dip/atre Be yip<Tov Ik^o-Ooi. 

TJwy rejoin their oomradea and rosnmo their voyage. 
iXK' STf 5^ Trjv vijiTov atfuKOfttO', (V0a -ntp &Wai 
VTJes iv<T<rf\noi, p,ivov adpoat, ap.tpl 8' eTOipoi, 
floT' obvpoiifvoi., rip.^ai Ttorib^yfj.fvoi aUl, ;^; 

v^a p.hi ?vO' i\66vTft iKiKa-apLeu iu ^(/ap^dBouriv, 
iK hi Kol airol 0^p.(v ht\ fnyypXvi 6aX6.cra-r\^, 
p.^\a hi KvKXujirof yXa^vpT^s iK tjjis (AoWef 
tatrirAtifff', is fi^ Ti'i ftoi Are/i^ojiei^s kCoi hr;?. 
&pv(ibv b' ifiol o1<f ivKx^p.ihes iToipai ^^q 

(xjfXo)* baion^viov hoirav ^fox"' '"^'' ^' ^^ ^wi 
Ziji'l KcXaivc^i KpovCbji, ts irao-iu ^liircrEt, 
^^fas p.i]pl' ^Ktuov 6 b' ovK ^fiTniftro Ip&v, 
dXA.' Jipa p,fpixripi^ev oitois hitoXotaTo sraffM 
i^« W(rir*Xt*oi Kal ip.ol ipirjpts iraipoi. sji 

&s nJre f^Jji upo-aav ^p,ap h ^)^\lOl! KOTaSiura 
i}p,f0a SaiwI/ioioi Kp4a r' SoTTtTa nai n^f*u ^3^' 
^fios 5' jjAiof ieflr^8u Kal iiri Kvitfias iJX9<, 
3Jj Tore Koiji^flijiucji liri pr^pXvi. 9aXiio(n|s. 
^f*OF 8' ■qpiyiveia ijxivri pobohaxTvXo^ 'Hir, ;6« 

BiJ rdr' eyiy Irtipottrty enorpupas ^KfAfuira 
airoijs t' Ap-jiaCvfiii avi, re -apypvijiria Xvirai. 
oX 8' alilr' eiir^airtii; ital i-nX kXtjiiti /cafii^u', 
I^F 5' i^apfvoi. TToAiV '^A" iT^n-oi; iperfiois. 

E-vOfv Si TTpoTcpto tiKioiifv &Kaxiip(Voi ijrop, sti 

&iyftei>ai iK BavaToio, 0ftovs dXirraiTes halpovs. 



OAY22EIA2 K. 

repi AloXov KOI Aairrrpvyoveov koi K/jo^j;?. 

The floating isle of Aeolus. 

fi^ 8^ is vfja-ov ixfi^Koyiiff * ivOa b^ ivcuev 
f ^ImrorJubris, <^iXos idopiiToun O^oIctl^ 
i iv\ inj(r(^' iraa-av hi ri ynv itipi t^Ix^s • 
w ipprjKTOV, Kia-oTj 8* iuabibpofic irhprj. 
tl b(ib€Ka iraibes ivl pLcydpois yeyiacLVi 5 

' Ovyaripes, i^ b* vUes ^pdovrcs. • 

yc Ovyaripa^ it6p€V vi6.(nv ^Xvax &Kotns» 
alcl TTopa Ttarpi i^LKtA Koi p.rjT€pi Kfbinj 
rrar Trapa bi a^iv dveCara pLvpCa /ceirat, 
Of bi re b&fxa irepLorevaxCCeraL aikjj lo 

r vvKTas b^ avT€ itap alboCrjs aXoxoia-iv 
(T €v T€ TAirqa-L Koi iv TprjTol(ri, A^ccrcrt. 
€v tQp lK6[i€(T6a TfoKiv Kot bfifxara Ka\<L 
b^ Triirra <f>[k€L /mc Kal i^€pi€iv€v iKaara, 
V *Apy€C<i)v re vias kolI v6<ttov ^kyaiCiV' 15 

) ^yo) T& Ttivra Kara iioipav Karikc^a, 
0T€ bfj Koi €ya) 6801; fJT^OV fjb' €K€\evov 
ip^i oibk 71 Kelvos ivrjvaTOy T€vx€ 8e 7rop.mjp, 
bi j/ hMpas Slctkov ^obs ^i^vcwpoio, 



0AT2SEIA2 I. ^^ 

eyKoT^, re ffdpKas re koI dore'o iivtKoevra. 
JIfifis 3e K\alovTfs a.vtrr)(4dofi.ai Ad xf^po-^i 
ax^^La ipy' opoiavrts' a/ii;x£WiT) S' 4x( 6vn4v. 
avTap fTTfi KvKXa>\j/ fieytiAijii ifinkqa-aro vi]hiiv 
avbp^ixfa Kp4' fhiov koE eir' Sk/t/toii yAXa itd/av, 
Kfir' iVTOtrd' &VTpoio Tavvacra-iifvas bia ji^KuiV, 
Tov fifv ey&i fiovkevo'a koto ij,tyaXijTopa 6v}mv 
duTuov Jiiw, ^t'l^f dfu ipv(raif>.fvos wapi MP'>^t 
ovT^ififuaL TTpor arJjGoj, ofli /pp^vts ^iTtap Ixoviri, 
Hf,,! xeip' em/itto-o-ofiwos'* ^Tfpos fi^ ^e fliJ^ioff ^Ipvufn, 
*'>■' oiroO yil;) NE Kdt Sfi^es dn'ioAti/iefl' aiiTiii' oktOpop" 
oi ydp Key Sirf (J/xeir^o ^upiiwi' in/fijAaMl' 
^epirii' aTTtiJcnHrflai Xftfo;' oJS/ji/aou, 3u iTpoa'(&r]Kfv. 
&s rdre /ieu orei'axouTes kjitiva^eu 'H£ Btaj'. 

'Hfios 5' jj/jiyeyeta i^tii'i) /jo8o8iiK7TiAor 'Hir, 
Kol rdre irup dreKoie kqi ^|ie\ye ^XllTa f*qAo, 
TrdzTQ Kara, ixoipav, Koi vti' ip.^pvov ^iKtv iKitrrg, 
avrap iird 8ij tmeva-f iroi/^jo-a^ews ra & ^pya* 
aim 6' 5 ye .6^ aire bvio ixAp<{ras oiTrAfo-o-oTo iStiiffl 
Setnvqffar 6' ivrpov e^ijAoffe Triowa /ii^Aa, 
pTfiSCais &^(\b>v 6vpeov p.fyav' avrap iiifiTa 
!h^ ^Treflrjx'' '"^ *'■ ''* ^apirprj itap! htiSeir}. ji 
[»,' iroKKfi Se /joifiji ■jipos opos Tpi%e mova ^ijAo 
.^'KvicAaii/r* avrap iyii Atiro/iiji' KOKa ^uotroSo/ioJuy,, 
rf wioj rfiraliirji', Bofi] S^ ^i eCxos 'Aflijinj. 
^8e 8^ ^t Kara $vp,ov ipCarii ipaiviTO jSofX^. 
KvkXuhtos' yitp hmTO iJ,4ya poicdXoi/ irapa. ittjk^, ' 
■)(kmpov IKatveov rb /acv (Kramer, o<f>pa tfiopoCt) 
avavOiv. ri fiiv &p.nes etVicojiEC ila-opouvrfs 
Strtrov B' 'uttov vrjbs iaxoiropoio p^e\alvijs, 
^ofn{bos tiptCijf, tJ r iKTrepda pAya Xoir/ia" 
T^tnrop It)v firJKOs, Toaaov ita^os tlnopdaoflai. 



9. OAT22EIAS I. . 149 

rw iikp Saw T Spyviav iyii>v imiKo^a Trapaarh^y 325 

ol y i/ioXdi; iroCrja-aV iyi> h* kOooatra Trapcurra^ 
ifpoi;, &^ap hi Xa^iiv hrvpAicreov iv irupl Krjk4<^, t 
Kttl TO iiiv €? KaTiSrjKa KaTaKpvyjras vtto KoirpiD, 



^ pa Korh QireCovs k^x^o /Acy<iX* ^\t^a iroXX^" / r.^sp 



<^^ rov9 iXXov^ Kkriptji TrcTtdKaaSaL ivoayov^ 

& Tiy ToK^riau^v kpjoX ovv yixiyXov iuelpas 

^pi'^u h 6(l>6aKfjJ^y Sre rhv ykvKifs Uttvos iKivoi. 

ot y i\a\ov Tovs iv K€ KOI 7]0€\ov oifTos €\4(r6ai, 

T^co-opcy, miTCLp fy« TriixTrros fxera toiclv iX^iirjv. 335 

fOTTeptos 8* ^A^€y icaAAfrpt)(a pLTJXa vofievtov* [^ ^ 

ftWMca 8' els ^vpv (nrios fikoure irlova iMrjka, 

liira jLwJX', ov8^ rt keiire fiaOeCris iKToOev avA^s, 

^ n 6((r(SfX€2;o9, ^ ical ^€09 &s €Ki\eva-€V, 

^^ &rcir MOriKf Ovpcbv iiiyav injfoa aeCpaSy 340 

<Cdfi«>os 8' ^fieXyev Sis koI ixrjKibas atyas, 

^«wa Kara (jmpav^ koX vif fpL^pvov rJKev kKdarrj, 

^ap hrel bri (mev<r€ irovrjiriixevos to. b. c/oyo, 

^ 8' 5 y6 8^ avTC 8va) p.6.py\ras wTrX^o-craTo bSpirov, 

'^ rir iyi> Kt^/cXcoTra irpooTjiibiav &yx} Trapaorhsy 345 

f^vipiov p.€Ta xepo-tz; ^x*^*^ fiikavos olvolo, 

^^^yiaeus, having made Cyclops drunk, puts out his eye. 
Kt/icXo)^, rrjf ttU olvov^ iiiA (f>dy€S irbpofxea Kpia, 

% cBJs ol6v Tl TTOrOZ; To8€ VrjVS iK€K€v6H 

W^ipri' aoi 8' a8 AotjS^i; (p^pop^ el /ut' ^Xe?J(ra9 
^o^c vijxyjf etas' crif bi fxaCveai ovk€t &V€KTm, 350 

^"Xi€, TOs Ko^ rfr 0-6 /cal Harepov aWos Xkoito 
^p^(jiiv iroX4(av; IttcI ov Kara pmpav ipc^as,' 

Qs i(f>ifji.7iv, be biKTo koI iKiriev' Tio-aro ^' aluQ^'^ 
W torby vb^mp^ Kal fi. jyree Sevrcpov o&TiV 






•5° '**^' 9- 0AT22EIA2 I. 

avrCxa vvv, tva rot 8i3 ^ttviov, ^ ge trii \a(pgs. 
Kol yap Kt;KAiu7reiT7i tfiipu Cf^i^pos ipovpa 
olvav ipiara^uXov, Kal fftptv Aios ofx^pos &4^t' 
iWa ToS' !^^pa<T(Tis koI veKTapos loTiv iTTO^pii^, 

*Ii? /par'' arap ol oEtis iyii itopov alBoma oXv 
Tpis p.fU tStojca ffifpiov, TpU 8' (K^ieP atppabirjirw, 
avTop (irei KiKkoiica nfpi <j>piva^ f/kvOev oTvos, 
Kal Tore S^ fuv f-nfrnn TipoirrjvSaiv fitiXtxiotiri' 

' KiJic\iui|', eJpajT^i ji' oijono Kkvrov ; avrap lyA 
i^fpioi- trv bi j«)i Bos (fipLOP, (US irep tmiim]' 
OSris ^oC -/ ovop.a' Ourti' S^ fit kucX^wkomti 
li'^rip ^bi irarqp ^S' clXAoi Tniyres fxaipot.' 

ils itjidp.Tjv, 6 bf fi' oiitCk' ififi^ero irriX.4i Bv/i^- 
' OZtiv iya Ttviiarov ISo/ww fiera oil iripottn, 
roils 5' oAAous irpoa-OfV' rb bi TOi ^eiv^iov itrrot. 

'H Kttl waicXti'Seis' ireVev Eirrios, aurip Iwetra 
Keir' dTro3o;(^iicras iroxui' av\4va, Kab bi fuv vTrvof 
fpti tsavbapATiap' <jtiip\jyos b' l^iaTVTo ouios 
TfioifioC t' ivhpoiicai,' 6 8' ipevyero olvo^apflua 
Kol TOT iy^ TOV /Liox^oc VTtb oTToSou ijkatTa TToAA^ 

efio? dtpfiaivaiTo' l-nta-irC Te Trairas froipovs 
6&pavvov, p.rt rfs jUOi iTToBBe^o-as aua8?J7]. 
ttA\' 5re 6^ Tti){' o p-oxXh^ ikaivoi Iv inip\ p.l\kf».' 
&.i^((t6m, i(Koip6i TTfp (iiv, biftftaCvcro b' atv&s, 
Kol TOT lyii>p Zavov ^ipQV in. impoi, &,p.i^X S' irilSpt 
laravT'' avrap Bdpao^ ivfTnifva-fv p,iya balfiio: 
ol niv lioxkov fkovTd iXdivou, i^v lit' &Kpia, 
6<lt6aXfiS ivfpftcrav' iytii 5' lipi-irepOtv atpBels 

blvfOV, (OS OTf TtS Tpvvif bopV VTllOP Al^p 

Tpvirdpi^, ai bi t ivfpdfv VTtotrtrtlova'iv IpAvn 



9. 0ATS2EIAS I. 151 

&9 rot) h d(l)OaXfi^ irvpiriMa ixo)(\ov iXovrcs 
hwioyicv, rhv 5' aTjma 7r€pCfip€€ Ocpiwv iSvra. 
^ ir<bra hi ol fiXitpap d/x^t koL 6<ppyas eSo-o; &0Tfxfi 
0(^wjs KMopjhrqs* (r<f>apay€VVTO hi ol itvpl pCCai. 390 

iy y or di;^p xoXkAs irik^KVV [xiyav rji a-Kiirapvov 
dif ttoTi yjfvxp^ p6.Trr[j fieyiXa UixpvTa 
^idtrtroov to yap aire (nhrjpov y€ Kpiros iarCv 
6s Tov fflj^ 6(l>6aXp.os iXaXvi<D ircpl ixo)(X&, 
(^lUf^iov bi jxiy wficofei;, irepl 6' ta^c Trirpri^ 395 

i?M€is|8^ hcCaavres &'n€(TaijpL€6\ avrap 6 pjoy^Kov 
i^ipwr 6<f>daXiJLOio Tr€(f)vpixivov ai/utan -ttoAXw. ' . < ^ 

awap 6 KvKKayiras p.€yi)C rjirvcv, ot pd fuv &p.<l>U 
ffmv h <rjrrJ€(r<n bC iKpias ffvcfwia-a-as. 400 

<>' ^ fioYJs iCovrei ii^olrtav iXkoOev iXkos^ 
«n"(!fiafoi d' ApovTO irepl aitios otti I KrfboL* 

The trick of * No-man/ 
*TfeT€ T(fa-or, Tlo\v(f>rjfj! y &prip.4vos 56' ip6rj<ras 
WCTo ^i' apLfipoa-CrjVy Koi ivirvovs ifipie TCdrjada ; 
w M^ T& o"€v /i^Xa fipoT&v &iKovTos iXavvei, ; 405 

7 M^ tIs <r avTOV KTeCinj b6\<a 1)^ fiir\ipiv ; ' 
Tois y aSr* ^^ ivrpov irpoaitprj Kparcpos no\v<f>rifJLOs' 

01 5' imafiH^opLCVoi lirea in^poevT iyopevoV 
^' M^P 5^ fW] T^y 0-6 jStaferat o7oi^ ^orra, 410 

wwarfi; y oi! ir(os loTi Atis jueyoAov dXiaaOaiy 
«Mi (rrf y' clix^o irarpl Tlo(T€Lba(ovt ivaKTiJ 

Qs ip' i(l>av &Tn6vT€Si ipiov 8' iyiXaaae <f>C\ov Krjpy 
^ ^VQIi i^airiTTiaev ifxbv Koi p.rJTis inivpxiiv. 

Preparations for esoape, j 



153 9. OATS2EIAS I. 

Xe/J(rl ^i)Xa^o'o)c, atrh ;xi(F Xldov elXe Svp&i^v, 
ouTtlr 3' «ful 6vpri<n KaOi^tTo x"p« irfrtlacras', 
»■. rf Tiuii TTOT fter' oeo-irt Xif/3oi irreif ;piaa SijpaCf' t"* 
oin'O) ya/> -kov ^' jjAikt' ^yi ^petri ifrjiriof eiuat. 
oilrap eyi ^oiKevoi', owtos ox' (Sptora y^i^ii^, 
<r Tiv fTaipaimi' davdrau Xvaiv ^8' ^fiol ovr^ 
eipoffijjy TTtfiras 5« So'Aous nai ^^Tii' i/i|»aii'oi', 
(US T( TTfpl i/fTX^^' F^" yV KaKOU iyyvBfp ^( 
^Bc fi^ /xoi (carS dviiov o.pi(m\ tfiaivero ^ovk^, 
&pireves\oif^ ^aav hiTp€<tiifs, tatrufj.aXXoL, 
KoKol T( p.fyaKoi Te, loBpet/je? tipos tx"'^^^' 
Tois ine'iuy avvifpyav hiaTp(il>ieirTL XiJyoicrt, •■ 
Tps liri Ki/kAo)'/' eS3e w^Aiup; APe/^toTio eiSiii!, 
irivrptis aliwfidios' 6 fj,iv h jjJaif avSpa <f>4ptffKti 
Tu 5' iripQ) tK&TtpQtv tn]v (rtioirtj Iralpmis. 
rpeii bi ^KaffTov </>mt' 5ies ^tpov' avrap iyii yf, 
&pv€tbs yap trjv, fi^jAioi" ^x' &piiTTos aTrAvratv, 
Tov Kara vmra Ao/Sii', Aairiiji/ vtto yacrrip jXi ifftf«^ 

i/ioAejxeaJS arpetpOfh ^x^V'J" TtTXijiiTt fliifi^, 
&s TtSre ^Jf OTO/iixoi^fS i/ied'a/ie:' 'H5 Siiw. 

Hfxo? 3' ?}pty^y«ia ^ai/r; pohotaKTv\os 'Hue, 
ita! roV ?ff«ra vop-oph' ffeo-miro aprreva ^JjAd, 
fl^Aticu 3' ^^fxijKou di'^/iieAKTOt xepl rrijKOiJf 
oC^aro yap cr<j>apay€viiTO. ava^ 8' oS^wjo-f KOKpiri 
Tupdiifvos trivT<i)V oliiiv iiTtfiaCera pHra 
dpOHv imaoTiov to 3^ u^ttioi ouk hoxjiyfv, 
aii' qI inr' ttpOTTOKCOV SCcov aripvonn 3e3«n-o. 
■uoraroi Apji^ios /ii^Aoiii loT«xe Oupa^e, 
Xdj^yij) (rrEHfdfto'os' kqI ^//ol TTUKiua ippoviovTl, 
rhy 8' ^n't/iaoffd^eiios lipocrfipri Kpartpbi UoKu^JJlM 



(■ 



9. 0AYS2EIAS I. 153 

Ojrolopa telks to his ram. 

' K/N^ irhroVy tC juioi &h€ bia (rnios la-avo fxrjXoiv 
faroro^; oS n Trd/M); ye AcAei/mjuex/o? ipyfai olQv^ 
JiAXi TioXv vpQros viixeaL ripev ivO^a ttoCtis 
luuiph j9i/3as, TTp&Tos hi poas 'norap.cav d<^t/c(i];(t9, 450 
r T/Mn-o; hi (naOfJLdvbe XikaCeai i-noviea-OaL 

W/Dior vvv aSrc irawJoraTos. fi cri y Ilvuktos 
'i^aXjytii; isodiuSy rhv ivfip KaKos IfoXdooo-e 
fffc kvypols iripoKri, bapLaaa-ipL^vos <f>p4vas o&o), 
OJrty, ftv ov ird ifyr]p.i, iT€<f>vyp.4vov (IvaL Skedpov. 4$ 5 

d Vq 6po(f>pop4ois TTOTL<ft(tivri€is T€ yivoio Q} ■'•■'' 

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faw^ov paCoiTO TTpbs ov8«, Ka6 5^ k ipiov KTJp 
Att^€t€ icaicc^r, rd fxoi ovTt5ai;o9 'Trrfpez; 05ti9.' 460 

Qs fbt&v rbv Kpiov dird lo Tre/uiTre dvpaCe. 

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Od|i80iu retones his oomrades, and they gain the shore. 

! vpSros vtt' &pV€iov \v6pLriv, v-ndXvaa 8' haCpovs, 
I xapvaX^£ 8i r^ /tx^Aa rai;ai$7ro8a, ir^ora brjpL(^^ 

voUi VfptrpoTrdovTes ikauvop.ev, o<f>p* M inja 465 

W/i€d'' Junr<i<rioi bi (f>C\ot,s kTipoia-t, <f>(lLin]p.€Vi 

« ^(^up Oivarov rovs bi arevdxovTO yowzn-es. 

^ eyi ovic elo)!/, iva b' Sippvat, vevov l/c(ioT<p, 

*^w iX\' ^jcAevo-a ^ocSs KoXXfr/oixct pLrjXa 

•*^* fo y?yl )3aXrfirras ^'TrtTrXetv aXpivpbv {/Scop. 470 

**J al^' eltrpoivov Koi M /cXryicrt Ka^tfoi;* 

w y i^dpLCVoi TToXifpf iXa tvtttov iperpiois. 

^ &■€ rdaa-ov dir^i; oacrov t€ yiyoive fiorja-as, 

m Tijr' iyo) KvKX(07ra Trpoa-rjvbiav KCpToiiCowC 



154 9. 0ATSSEIA2 I. 

ibiicvai, ev (mjji yXa^vpif KpaTfpij<lit ^hf^l. 
Kol KCrju o-^ y' c//fXXe Kt-xfjo-etrOai koko. ^pya, 

itrO^fifvaV T^ iT€ Zfis rlcaTO Kal Oeol fiAXot.' 
Cfolops nearly oriubaa their abip twloo with a huge c: 

ijice B' aitoppTj^as KOpvipijii optos p.€yaXoia, 
Kab 8' f^aXf TiponApoiOf reos KvavoTJpifpolo 
[tvtOod, iheu^TOi 8' ot^ioj' axpov U^irflai]. 
eicA.i5iT0ij 8J fltiAdo-iTa Kar(pxoix4m}s i5*<l ti^pijs' 
rrfv 5' oil/'' ?/irfi/)di'8e woAip/Stifltou </)/pt ctJfia, 
TrAijfiv/)!s Ik Triiwoto, Sejutuo-e 8t x(p<rov lK4<rOai. 
aiiTap iyw xfCptairt Xa/Saiv Trepi/iijKea (cowrou 
uio-a -napi^' krApaiin 8' ^n'OTpiijjaf ^jceAevira 
Ifi^aXhiv Kiiirris, iv' {m' ck KOKorrjTa rfivyoififv, 
Kparl KaTOvevbiV 01 Se ■npoTJiirovTfi tpcdcrap. 
oAA' ore 6^ 81s rotrirov SAci iT/Di(7(rojT«s dTT^fifli, 
KQi Tor* ^i KiJiAaiTTa Tipoff>jiJ8tui'" a^i^l 8' troipoi 
fiieiXiX^'"^ ^^«o"iTiy iprjTvov fiAAo0*j' tiAXos' 

' 2j^«-\i(, T^'' iSfKtii ipt6i.C4iJ.ip tiypiov Sttripe 
OS Koi vvp Tioi^ovbe ^aXiiiv jifKos ^yayt vija 
auris I? 'iTifipov, nal 8^ <pdpfv airod' 6k4frdai, 
fl Si il>8fyiap4vov reu ij av^a-avros &kov(T(, 
<ruv KfV &pa^' ruiiav ne^aXas Kal vriia tiavpa 
fiapfiApif 6Kpi,6iim ^aX<iii' rotra-ov yap tr}tnv' 

'ils ^arrav, dAA' ou iiudov ip.hv p.ryak'^apa 6 
aX\i fiiv &\j/oppov TTpoa-iipjjv KfKorriOTi 0v(i<a- 

' KtikAui/t, al k4v Tis rrf KaTadi>iT<ov aiiOpii'juiip 
a^daXiMiv fipiyrat aUKfki-riii aXaaiTie, 
tp&a-Oai 'Obvtr<r^a ■lSTo\tTi6p6ioo i^aXaufrai, 



9. OATSSEIAS I. 155 

. V^^l^zoty ^ yjiXa hfi fi€ iraXaC(f)aTa BiinpaO'* lKiv€i, 
lffK€ Tis hOiijbe /uulbri; ivfip fjiis re fxiyas re, 
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^ U y! iiiv SXCyos re koI ovTibavbs Koi &klkvs 515 
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f^Tiriv t' irpfivoa hofxevai kXvtov ivvoaCyaiov 
ToS yip iyi^ Trats €^ft2, Trarfip 6' ^fxos cvx«"at €7i;ai. 
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156 ! 

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rvrdov, iieviitrfii fi' ol^iov axpoa iKfrrBat. 54 

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r^f 6e TT/JOiro) tp^pf KVfia, Offiaiuf Be j^^piroc U/crflat. 

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oAA' ore 5!f t^ii p^froiF a<f>iK6i>.f6', fvBa -ntp &XXai 

i^fS luVcrtXfiOl n^uov affpoai, ap.<pl 3' Iraipoi 

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OAY22EIA2 K. 

-epi AioXov KOI Aai<rrpvy6vwv xat K/p/cj;?. 

The floating isle of Aeolus. 

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' tv T€ riiTriai koL iv Tpr]Tol(n A^co"0"i, 

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ApyeCoiv re vias kcu voorov ^AyaiQ^V 15 

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158 10. OATSSEIA2 K. 

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(v9' iyik ii.tv yXvKvs ^vos iTf^KvOe Kenfiijcora" 
aUl yap iro'So injbs indfitav, oibi 7(ii aXKio 
8£)(' iripa)!!, tva StariTov lKot)j.(Oa TtarplSa yau 
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Wi hel iBavdroKTiv iirexOoiicvos rob^ Ucirets.' 75 

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'» 8i vpcripoa irXioficv oKaxrjfievoL fJTOp, 
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vfi" avTCLp al aXKai d.oXX4€9 avroff oXovto, 

Aeaea, the isle of Ciroe. 

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KfCfifS', onov Ka/jdriii re itat &XyeiTi 6vfwv IBowre. 
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bfiTniou iTaipoLtnv hontvai irpoiixdf tf injdi(rOat. 

OdyaaeuH slays a huge ettg kb food for his erei 

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WLo/ierot" SJj ydp /ahi ^x*" /^''o? jjeAi'oio. 
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■^Xf^dpevos cruvlh'r\(ra TroBar Seu'oto tttXiiipov, 
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10. 0AT22EIA2 K. 163 

X^ipi <l>ip€iv iripn' fi6\a yap fxiya OripCov fJ€V. 
Ka5 5' ifiaXov irpoTrApoiOc vebs, iviyeipa 6' iraCpovi 
V^hxlois iiri€cr<n 'jrapa<TTahbv Hvbpa iKaaroV 

*'12 (f>C\oi, ov yip TTca Karjahva-dyL^ff ^ ixvvfievoC ttc/), 
ils ^ACbao bSjJLOvs^ itpiv fiopcrifiov ^pMp iir4\6u, 175 

aU' iyer^^ S<f>p* h vrji 6ofj pp&crCs re wrfo-ts re, 
funj(r6ix€0a ppdixrjs ixrj^ rpv^dyieOa Xifi&J 

Qs i<l>ifJLrjv, ol y S)Ka e/xotj lir^eo-cri ttCOovto* 
^ 5^ KoXvyfriiifvoi irapa &iv aXbs irpvyiroLO 
^^(ravT lkaxf>ov' pAXa yap [liya OrjpCov fj€v. 180 

«wap hrcl riprvrqa-av Spdficvoi 6(j)0aXpuH(nj 
X«pay viAJrAixevoi Tc^xpvr* ipiKvbia daira. 
®y rrfre jiiv TTpoirav fip-ap is fjikiov KarabiuvTCi 
i/M« haLviSii€Voi Kpia t' iairera koI jiiOv fjbii' 
IM05 y Tj4\ios Koribv Kol iirl Kvi<l)as rJX^e, 185 

^ rcfre KoifirjOrnxev iirl pqypXvi OaXdcroTjs, 
W y fjpiyiveia <i>ivr\ pobobiKTvXos 'Hwy, 
«al tot' ^yebi; dyo/w)!; OipL€vos fxera iraa-w hiirov 

* [KiKXvri ft€U fi'60(ov, KOKd irep irdaxovres Iratpof] 
w 0IXoi, ou yip T* {B/xez' cPttt; fo<;f)OS ovb* OTiTy ^ci)S, 190 
ov6 oTTii 17^^.405" <^a6<rfjutj3poros eto-' ^ttJ yatai; 
0^' ftrry Ari^eiTaf AAAa <l)paC(ip'€Oa Oacrcrov 

«woy ycjp crKOTtiTiv h TraiiraXoea-a-av &P€\Oii>v 

w?(roi;, rffv itipi irivros iit^LpiTos iarccpivonTaC 195 

«WTj 5^ )(^aftaXr; Ketraf Kairvbv 8' ^i;l pL^a-tru 

'l^poKov 6<l)0aXfioi(n bia bpvfm irvKva koI vXriv* 

Q.S i<f>iiJLriv, TOLO-LV bi KareKkaaOrj (\>CKov fjrop 
l^(rap.4vois ipyoav Aaiarpvyovos 'Arrtc^irao 
Kt/KXay7ro9 T€ j3t?;9 fteyaX?Jro/oo?, avbpo(f>ayoLo, 200 

«Xaibi; 8c Xtyccos, ^oXepoz; Kara 8<iKpv xj^oirreV 
4U* £?2/ ^4^ r^s" Trprj^LS iylyv^TO jLtvpojxevoicriv. 

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AiVap iyai Sij(o iraiTQS (VKv'niiias iraCpovs 
TlpCOfieov, ipxpv hi fj.iT' ati<l>oT€poi<nv o^aaaa' 
tSiv fi«y kyiav ^pxo", riav 5' Evpv\o\os fleottSjjs. 
K\^povs 8' iv Kuverj }(a\K^pfl TT^XXoixei' Sxa" 
(K 6' eflo/)e kX^/dos /leyaAjjTopoi Evpvkoxpto. 
^rj 6' Wuai, S(xa r5 ye SiJui xal (ikoo-' (Toipot 
nXalovTfs' Kara 5' af^fie Xi'irow yodiupror omaOiV. 
tvpov S' eii ^rjaariai Ttrv/fieva 8iu/iartt KfpKijff 
^fOTOHriw AaeiTcrt, ■ztpKrKfuT'a ivl ^(fop^, 
afi^i Se fiiif AiiKOt ^traif op^orepoi -qS* \4ovTfs, 

oJj6' Di y' iipp.ri&i}iTati Iw' a^'Spiio'ii', AAA' Spo Tof y 
oupijirii' yLaxp^in -atpwo-alvami avirrrav. 
(uj 6 OT fill a;ji^'[ WJOKra /nJi'tS' Sa^T»j3(i' Io'ito 
iTaCvtua ■ ttiti ya/) re ipipei //eiAtyjiaro diifioB' 
&s Toiij c^<pl XiJKoi KpaTfp4pv\fs ^hi kioimi 
traivQv' rol 8' fh^iitiav, tTril l^ov aiva ittkiopa. 
ecrrav 3' in Tvpo&ipoiiri Otas KoXKtTtXoKdy.oio, 
Kijpiojs 6 h/bop aKovov deiBoijinjs diri (taXii, 
lOTou li!oi.xofiiin}s fiiyav &.p.^paiov, ola flditu!/ 
Xfirrri re Ka! yapUirra Koi ayXaa cpya TsiKovrat. 
TOim be fivSiiiv rjpxf IToAitijj, opxatios ivSpuv, 
OS f(oi (HiSioTOff (riipior tJu KefiiioVaros' re" 

' SI </)ttot, EuSof yap Tiff f7!0i,x<'l^fV'] fi^yav lOT* 
KdAif aotSiiiei, hA-athov 8' fiTraf a\j.ipip.l}j.VKtv, 
1 flt^s i/i yvuij' dAXa ^0eyyii/ie9a flairffoi',' 

iis ap ^<()£oi'jjcrel', roi 8' tifideyyovro KOkfvvrtl, 
T} 8 on// e^eAfloCtra ftJpas fii^e ^aeitias 



10. 0AT22E1A2 K. 165 

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h hi a^ Tvpov T€ Koi &K<j>iTa koL fxiXi \ka>pbv 
o&w UpofwcCiD iKVKa* avipn,ay€ hi (tCt<^ 235 

^opfiOKa k^Pi tva 'nS.y^ XadoCaTO iraTpCbos air;?, 

pii^ Tr€7rXriyvLa Kara <rv<f>€OL(nv lipyw. 

01 ie avQv fiiv ixpv K€(paXas (fxavriv re rpiyas re 

«i U\LaSy avTap vov^ f^v I/xttcSos is ro Tripos TT€p, 240 

^s 01 nlv K\aCovT€s iipxaro* roicri hi KCpKri 

'<f/J p* iKvXov p6X(w6v t' IjSoXei; Kapirov t€ KpavcCrjs 

<Wai, ota (rues x^M^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ihovaw. 

Euryloclms brings the bad news to Odysseus. 

^ipfikoxos 6' &^ ^kOe Oorjv iirl vrja iiiXaivdv^ 
fyyikhiv irdpiov ipecav Koi abeuKia irorpiov, 245 

^^ n iK<f>(lL(r6ai bvvaro I7105, Uix€v6s ircp, 
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hKpvwfiiv irCpLirkavTOf yoov 6' iCero Oviios, 
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^a bi Tts fiiyav larbv iTroixofihrq kLy li^ib^v 
^ ^cos rik yvirrj' Tol 6' i<f)6iyyovTO Kokevvres, 255 

^ i ar^/r* i^ckOovaa Ovpas &i^€ (j>a€ivas 
«aJ KciXet* ol 6' &pLa iravres iibpeCriaiv Ittovto' 
^ttTop iyiav xmlp.^i,vay diaAficvos bokov elvai. 
oi y fift' itarddrjaav iokkiesy ovbi tis avr&v 
fiiff^ri' brjpbv be Kadrfiievos ia-KoirCa^ov,^ 260 

^Q.s l^ar, avrap iyia Trepl pikv ^£c()OS i.p'y\)96t\Ko» 



' i«« 10. 0AT22EIA2 K. 

airrap a y A^or^ptjcri ka^aiv ikkiacreTo yovinav 
[Kal f*' 6ko(j>vp6fifiios «irea urt/JooTo trpoarpabd]' 
' M^ ix' &,yf Kflir' aiKOirra, hiorpitjiii, dAAa Aftr 
oTBa yap is oi!r' airrbs ikevrrtai ovre tlv' oAAow 
afeiy crwc erapMii- dWct fiw rofo-fieo-i flaffffou 
i^ejjyiujigjj' In j-dp KEi" akv^aiixtv kokov '^fiop.' 
' *iis lifiar', airap ky<a luv Afxei^djAei^s TtpotritvSi 
' EvpvKo\', jj Toi ^ev (TT> /A^i^ airoO rSfi' ^vt X"^/*!! 
Icrdtou Kol itivoiv, Koi\j] irapa V71 pf\a6/Q' 
airap iyiiv flpn- xparfpT) hi poi feAer" oviyKtf' 

Odyaaeua eoea alons ta Circa'a bouse. 

aXX' o7t S^ 3p* tfifWov liav Upas ava ^i'j<riTas 
KlpKtjs t^«r6at ■noXv'Papfj.dKov is p^cya hSifia, 
(vda fjioi 'Eppdai '^(pvtToppaTH.s ia/T(p6kritifp 
(p)(opivi^ TTpoi SE>]xa, uEiji'ij; avSpl lotKwr, 
■npSiTQV imTivrjTrj, tov TTfp )(cipi.(aTaTri ^/Jtj' 



' n^ &' auT, ui Su'imjy*, 8t' aitpias ip)(fai otos, 
Xmpov &i5pis idv; Irapoi. hi toi oib' ivl RipKrjs 
(pxarai, wtnt irvfS, WKiuoiis KtvSp&Pas l)(OiTtr. 

airou vooT^iTfw, p.tv4(K 6e ffu y' (v8a ntp iXXm, 
iAA' fi.ye 6^ ae Kait&v iKkvo'Ofi.ai jjBJ a-adirtu' 
T$, ToSe (jtdppaKov ia-dkoi/ (}(mv is fuiftoTa Ktfu 



10. 0AT22EIAS K. 167 

vavra U rot <^ya) dXo^ca bifjvea KCpKrjs. 

^(h rot KVK€(a^ jSoX^ct 5' iv <l>dpixaKa Krlrt^' 290 

^'ovd' tk9 Oik^ax ere Svwjcrerai' ov yhp i6.(r€i 

i^liOKOv Mkbvy 8 rot bdcro)^ ip4(a hi iKaara. 

w»(fr€ K€P KCpKTi a^ i\i<rii Tr€pLfirJK€i pifibt^^ . 

h t(t€ ai ^Uffos 6^ ipvaraificvos irapa ixrjpov 

'^KH hrat^i &9 re Krdfxevai ix€V€alv(ov, 295 

7 ^ o"' ivMeCa'aora KeXrjarerai evvriBrjvaC 

«^a ai ixriKir* tn^ir iTravrjvaarOai. Oeov evv^v, 

^pa jc^ rot XtJoTy ff' krdpovs avrov t€ KOfiCaraji' 

oAXc^ KikcaOaC pnv p.aKi{mv fxiyav SpKOV dfioarcrai 

MJ? tC rot aifTia irfjfxa KaKov PovXeuarifiev fiXXo, 300 

M?? (t' ivoyviAVtoOivTa KaKbv icai ivrivopa deCrf.^ 

QiS ipa ifxinvricras ir6p€ <l>ApfiaKOV &py€i^6vTris 
^f^ yaCris ipCaaSy KaC fioi (fydanv avrov I5€t^6. 
P^^ likv fiikav lo-KC, yiXaKTi hi €tK€\ov ivOos* 
\^h) hi fuv KaX4ov<n OcoC' x^^^^*' ^^ '"^ 6pi<r<r€iv 305 
hftpiffi ye BvrjToun' 6€ol bi re Triz^ra Jvyorrat. 

£p/ie£as /yih^ ftretr' imifiri upos fxanpov "OkvyLVov 
rn\iTov oaf* v\rJ€<ra'aVy iyio 8' h bdjjLara KCpKtjs 
?M* iroAXa b4 pLoi KpaJbiq Ti6p(f)Vp€ kiovti, 
'^onfif 8' diii dvp7i<n ^eas KoXXnrXoKdfioLO' 310 

&^a crray ifi6r\(ra^ B^a hi ftev €Kkv€v avbrjs. 
1) S^ aJyjf^ i^eKOovaa Bvpas St^e if>a€ivas 
Kol k6X€1' ainrap iyiov iir6p.r]v dKa\rjfi€vos fjrop. 
cure bi jm' elaayayovcra iirl 6p6vov apyvporjXov, 
KoXov baibaXiov' VTrb bi Opfjws irocrlv 7J€V' 315 

revfe bi pjoi KVKeca xpvcrit^ biirq^ o<f)pa ttIolixl^ 
(V bi T€ <l>6pfxaK0v 77/ce, Kam <^poviov<T ivl Ovijl^. 
airhp ^irei b&Kiv re Koi iKinov ovbi ji l^eXfe, 
pipbi^ TreirXiyyi/td iiros r i<f>aT^ €k r' 6v6p,a(€V 



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&s 0tir', iyii S' &op 6^ ipvmrififvos icaph fiijpov 
Kipjcij fir^i^a (3s r« Kranevai fi,fv(a(i'aiv. 
^ bk iJ.4ya lAxpvo'a vwe'Spane /col Ad(3e yovvinv, 
tat fi 6\oij>vpoii4vri (irta m-fpofirra trpam)vba' 

' Ti's TToOtv tU avbp^v ; -nodi, rot irdAts i]S^ rm 

ouS^ yap a£S« rij &Wos ainjp rciSe ^AppoK opiTh 
OS Kf Trip Koi TspSrov Ap,fi\)ffTat fpKos obonrwv. 
[trol 6^ nr iv <rrq0«Ta-i,v aKrjkrjros fdos iarCv.^ 
^ av y 'Obvaa-evs iir(n ■!ro\6rpoT!os, ov re jjai al< 
ipdcTKfu ikf^Tftrdai yjivrropjiam ipyeupOLTris, 
iK Tpoirjs iuiovra feij avi) i'7}i fifXaii^. 
oAX' ayf bri KoAefi p-fV aop 0^0, rut fi' lireiTa 
(i;^r riiier4pT)s {ml3fiop.ev, oippa p.i.y4vTe 
fvin} Kttt i^tAoTTjrt me-ttoLBopfv ^Xkrikoiinv' 

*iis 4(paT, ai/rap iyia fiiv &iJ.(i^6fitvos irpotrlt 
' U) KCpKT), %ai yap jit KeKtai aol t'littov (Tvai, 
ij fioi o-U! p.(v idrjKas ivi p-tyapoiinv fTaCpovs, 
avTov E' fv06^' 4)^ava■a hoKo^poviov<Ta KfAevcif 
h SiXapioii T Uvat Kal irfjs fi7i0'^fi-tvai fivijs, 
o^pa p,f yvfivioOivra kukov koI &in'}vopa dfCtis. 
oib' hv lyii y' i6ikoi.jti re^s ^-nifirjy.fvai.' fvvrfSt 
fl p,i'\ fioi T\a.l')s ye, 9(h, p,iyav SpKoe 6fi6irTat 
liri tC fiot atriS ■niip.a KaKoii ^ovXevir^fifv &\\o.' 

'lit e<ttip^y]i>, § 6' avrW d-jrto/jwufu i>s ixiKtvov, 
avT&p hifi p' op,oiTiv re TtAfi^njireii t< top opKOV^ 
Koi TOT iybi K/^pKijy iitfpiju wepmoAAeos evvris, 

Aii<tt(-nokoi 6' &pa r4ois fief ivi p,eyipoiin ■n-fva 
riiraapM, at o[ BiJ/io Kara Sp^drtipai iafft. 
yfypovTM 5' ^M raf y' !k T€ k(it|v«ui« i-nd t' dAtri 



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rUv ri fjiev l)3aXA.€ 6p6vots €vi prjy^a KoXa, 

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<V>yv/)€os, ivl b4 <r(f>i tCOcl yj>v<r€ia K&vua* 355 

^ d( Tptni KprjTTJpL pL€\C(j>pova oTvov knipva 

^ hf iipyvpii^^ vipL€ bk xpvacia KV7t€XXa' 

^ ^ TeripTTj ijb(i>p i(p6p€i Kai irvp &v4KaL€ 

voXKhv virb rptirobt jmeyoXw' laivero 6' ijbaap. 

flw-op fed 6^ ^icrtr^v Ubiop hi '^votti x^iXk^, 360 

h p* iurifJLii/dov t<raxra Ao^ Ik TpCirobos picyaXoio, 

^aip€5 K€pd(raaa Kara Kpards re koI &p.(av^ 

^pa fiot kK KifxaTOV dvpLO(l>06pov etk^To yvioav. 

ttJrap htd, kovfriv T€ koL (tyjua^v Aftr' IXaup, 

^^ hi pL€ xXaivav KoXfiv fiiXcv rfbi x^T'^i'a, 365 

(hf hi jm* fla'ayayovcra M Bpouov &pyvporjkoVf 

wXoG baibakiov' vno bi Oprjws iroarlv fjev' 

[x^pwjSa 8' apL(j>CTrokos itpoyp^^ h:i\€U€ <l>ipov(ra 

««Aj|, xpva'iCri, virip ipyvpioio X^jSryros, 

vv^offBoi: iraph, be ^earriv iriwaae TpimeQav. 370 

vlrtjiif 8* aXbobfi rapiCrj irapidriKC (jyipovara, 

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f(rdin€v(u 5' iKikev€v' ipL(o 8' ov^ ijvbave dvp,(a^ 

^* ijfiriv dXko<f>povi(ov, Kam 8' oa-a-^ro Ovpios. 

KCpKrj 8' &s ivoriaev Ip! ijpLevop oi8' iirl <rLT(o 375 

X«pay J(iXXorra, Kparepov bi ftc irivOos i\ovTay 
iyXt isapKTTap.ivri lirea irrepoevra TTpofrqCba' 

*Tifl>ff o{frci)s, '08v(rcT}, Kar ap' ?feat Icros di^ai;8(t>, 
ft^/xii' I8a)2;, Ppdpjjs b] ovx iirreai ovbe ttot^tos ; 
^ Tivci wov 80X02; ^Xoz; oCeai' ovbi tC ere xprj 380 

hiiZCpLev' rjbrj y&p tol &Tr(ipo(ra Kapreppv opKov,^ 

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■npiv rXafri ■ndo'crarrOai ihrjTuos rjhi tiot^tos, M 

■npiv kiaatrff trdpovs koj, iv 6<pdoXfioTffiv IhitrBai} ■ 

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Kvaov, Xv' 6<ft6aXiio'iinv tb<a iplifpas troipovs.' fl 

*ils i^djirju, KipKT] hf b^' ^k fifyapoio ^c^t/kcI H 

pd^Sov (X.ovtT tc x*'P^i ^''pf! S' avita^f avipfiov, ■ 

(K S' ^\a<T(v <nd\oiatv foiKoras Ivvfiipoiinv. v 

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ipXOjitvr) ■KpocrdKti.tpfP iKaarif ^apfiOKOv &\Ko. 

The oomrades of OdyaseuE resnmB tlisir hamam abapf 
Tuii 8' ix fih> ftf\4<tiv Tpi^fs ipptov, &s Ttpiv ^0ucrt 
ijiipHaKou ovkdfifpov, t6 iripiv ■aopf uArvia Klpiaf 
&i^pfs S' Qv/f (yivovTO vetirtpoi, t) irdpoi q[rai> ' 
Kol -nokh KaXX^ves koI ixfi^ovfs fltropdairSat, 
iyviuaao 3' ^;ie Ktivoi, iipvv t (v xepfrlv ^Kaaros. 
■aaa-tv b' IfiCpotis imfbv yoos, (1/a^i SJ S<3fXO 
(rf(*p6aA^oji Kavd^i^f 5ea 6' i\fatp( koI mrrq, 
^ he n€v Syxi (rraira -npatrrjvba 8ia Qediav 

' Aioyevfs AafpnaSij, TroAu/i^x'"' 'OBuo'CTeC, 
lpXe<* vi'V litl vija Qoriu koI Oiva OaXiirarr]^, 
tn/a fitv lip wtS/xirpdiroi' ipumra-Tf I'lTrfipovbt, 
KT7'iitaTa 8' iv iTir^fffffi irikdira-arf oirAa re -aivra' 
airos B' fii/f i^iiai koI aynv ipirjpas iralpavs.' 

OdrMSiu brings the rest of hla oomrsdei to OiMI 
palace. > 

'fls ?^(ir', a^Sp ^fiof y' l-neTttldfTo Ovfi&s &y^va>p, 
prjv B' laiai htl vija dorfv koI diva OaKairinji, 
tvpov ^ir«r' ^1 i^l 6o^ ipCrjpas iralpovs 
otKTp* oXo^vpoiiivaoi, OoXtpov KorbL ^k(iu ^t^^oifroU 



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IV HypavXoi irSpics ir^pl fiovs 'iy€XaCaSi 410 
is K&ispoVy iiTTiv pOTivrjs KOpiaavrai^ 

. crKaCpov<TLV ivcurrlai' oiS* In orriKol 

\X' abwbv fWKoiixfvat &fi(f}L6iovari 

&9 ipi icetroi, hrel tbov d^^aXjuio?(rt, 

s IxvvTO' boKTiare 6' &pa (r(pC(n Ovixbs 415 

9 el TtarpCb^ iKOtaro koX ttoXiv avrriv 

WiKTjSy tva r' iTpa(l>€v fjb^ iyivovro* 

<f>vp6fi€Vot €TT€a TTT^poivra TTpocrrpibcav' 

V vo(rTri(ravTiy 8tor/3C<^€5, 6s iyapr\ii€V^ 

s ^\66.K7\v a(j)iKoCfi€6a iraTpiba yaiav' 420 

T&v &\k(t)V kripoiv KaraXc^ov oXeOpov* 
ly, avTOLp lyo) Trpoa'i(l>r]v fxaXaKoTs IWecro't' 
&p TtAfXTrpcaTov ipvcraopiev rjircipovb^, 
^ ar-nrjea'art ireXiararopiev &nXa re irdirra' 
•pvv€(T0\ ifiol &fia Ttdirres ^Trecr^ai, 425 

kripovs UpoLs €v bdfiaa-L KCpKrjs 
:al iSorray iTrrjeravbv yap ixovaiv,* 
Ifxrjv, ol 6' S)Ka ipLols eir^ea-ai iriOovro* 
' bi jutot oTos €pvKav€ irivTas kraipovs* 
s (jxovrja-as lirea Ttr^po^vra -TrpooT/vSa*] 430 

Xol, nod lyL^v ; rl KaK<av Ifxeiperc roruToav^ 
fxiyapov KarajBrujievaL, ij k€V iftavTas 
KvKOVs TTOiriaerai rj^ X^ovras^ 
liya b&fJLa <l)vXdir(TOLfJL€V kclL ivAyicrj, 
;KAa)\/r Ip^', ot€ oi fxia-a-ayXov Xkovto 435 

TapoL, aiv b^ 6 Bpaavs efn'er' ^Obvcrcr^vs* 
) KoL KCivoi aTa(T6aXCr}(rLv ^orro.' 
ir^, avTCLp iyd ye ftera <f)p€ai ftepftiypt^a, 
vos Tairvr]K€S aop Trax^os irapa p-rjpoVy 
rfxrj^as K€(f>aXriv ovbdabe ircXdara'aL^ 440 



fieiAtx^ois e-aieirinv ip-qrvov fiXAofloJ fiXXos* 

' Atoyevfs, tovtoi' fiiv idaoiifv, tl av Kcktvai; 
airroij irhp iT|l t« [ilveiv Kal vfia lpv(r6ai' 
r/iMu 6' riyeftoveu iepk irpbs 8^/iiara KlpKr}s.' 

*ils tpdlifvoi Ttaph injos avi^iov i^Se Oakiarrri^. 
ovbi fifu EijpiiXoxos Koikri ■naph. i^l Xi\intTO, 
aXW t-ner' ihhinnv yap ifMiv iKirayXov ivnjj\v. 

Toijipa Si Toiis 5X\oi/s krdpovs iv 8(ujj.ain Kfpioj 
ivbvKws Kov<riv T( Kttc ?xpi,ir(v AtV iKaCia, 
afiifil &' S,pa 'xKaCitas ov\as ^liktv ^SJ )(i,Tmvas' 
haiwfiivov^ 8' €u TTiWat f<fiivpo}Xiv iv f^ryilpotiTi; 
ol S' f-nfX aXKriXovs ttSon <l>p&iriTavT6 t iadvTO, 
KKaiov obvpoiievoi, sfpi fie irrevaxl^fTO 2£;ia. 

' [Atoyeuis Aae/>7t(i8ij, tioXu/h^x'"'' 'OSvffo-eC,] 
fiijKsVs I'd/ 6aX.tpov yoov opwrP otSa koI oir^ 
^(nJu 017' «y ■norrip ■naStr oXyea JxAudeiTt, 
^5' ocr' aifopiTiDt apbpes fbijX^irauT inl \4paou, 
oAA' oyer iirdCerf ^p(Lin}v kuI irfoert oli/oi', 
«is o ic£f aurtr Bvnov iv\ or^'fleiro-i Xii^ijTt, 

aiJn ttAvjs xiXen^s fie/iuijfie'yot" ovS^ xofl' vfitf 
flufios ^u fv<jiporrvvji, iirei ^ fidAa iroAAa TrtisoirOfi 

lv0a lihr 'ijiaTa irdiTO TekftT<p6pov th Ii'miw'oji 
^lifda, haivvfifvot Kp^a r' afnrfra ":ai fi^flu ^iSiJ" 
dAA.' ore 8ij /)' ^fiaiiros eijc, Tttpl 6' (Tpavov Zpai, 
[jj-rivSiv ^6iv6vT03v, TTfpl 8' ij/iara p^aKph Tfki(rOjf,1 
Kol TOTf p.' iKKakia-avTfi eipoj/ IpCrfpes haipaf 



10. OATSSEIAS K. 175 

(Hkov hjKrCfifvov Kol 07)2; is itarpCba yaiav.' 

[*12j €</>az;, avrap ifwC y' lircircWero Ovfibs iyriv<op, 
4s Tore [itv TTpSirav fjixap is ffiXiov KarabvvTa 476 

7jMa, boLvviievoi Kpia r^ icntera Koi fxiOv i^bv, 
^fJ^ V 17^109 Karibv koI iTrl Kvi^as f^KOev^ 
oi [ikv KOiiirjo'carro Kara [jjyapa a-KiSevra,'] 

AvTop iy<i> KCpKTis iirLfias ir^piKo^kios €vvfjs 480 

yotfcwv iWirdifevfray Oea bi fx€v €k\v€V avbrjs' 
[k(U fuv (fxavrjaas lirca TtrepSevra irpooTivbaiv'] 

Odyssetui is &in to depart, and Circe tells him of his 
voyage to the land of Hades. 

* 12 KCpKrjf riX^aov fxoi virocrxeaiv ijv ir€p vTr^orrys, 
ocicafe V€ii\lf4ii€vai' Ovfxbs bi yLOi iaavTM rjbrj^ 
^ iX\(ov iripoiVy ot fiev <f>6ivv6ova'L <f>IXov Krjp 48^ 

ojw^' ifi^ dbvpoiievoL, ot€ ttov (tv ye v6(T(^i yivr\ai.^ 

Q'S i(f>iiiriVy fj 5' ovtCk^ ipbeCpero bia O^iuav* 
'Atoyo^^s Aa€pnAjbr\y iroKvfjLrixav^ '06v<r<rd}, 
H«ri vvv Hkovt^s ifJM ivl filfxvere otK(a' 
^ SXXrjv xpl TTp&TOV obov Tekicrai Koi iKiaOai 490 
*& 'AiSoo b6fJLovs Kot iTraivrjs Flc/oo-cc^oi/c^rys, 
^hS XP^o'oixivovs (shj^aiov Tcip€<r^ao, 
juamios i\aoVy tov t€ (fypivfs Ifxir^boC clcrC 
^^ KoL T€0vrj&Ti voov iropc n€p(r€(f>6v€La 
ot® veinnJo'dai' tol b^ o-icial dtWovtni;.' 495 

*& IffHiTy avrap ipjol y€ KaT^Kk&aOri (f>C\ov fJTop* 
Kkcuov 5' ^i' Xcx€€<r<rt Ka6rifi€V0Sy ovbi ti Ovpibs 

flir^p firel JcXa^o)!/ re Kv\Lvb6fX€v6s r' inopiaOriVy 

Kot t6t€ brj [iiv iTTea-o-Lv ifxeifiofxevos irpoa-ienrov* 500 

**X2 KCpKTjy ris yap toCttiv obov riycfxoveia-fi ; 
ds "AXlbos d' ai irca ns d^tKcro irr|l jJLtKalvTj* 



"ils f'pi,iir}v, ?j 8' avTin' afielfSfTO 610 6eau>V 
' Aioyeues AaepridiSr), TToAu^ijJj^tti'' '08t)ff(r(i}, 
/A^ r( roi riy()).6voi ye tio9^ wapa in\i fifXtrrdm, 
liTTOv 3( (TT-^cras &V& 6 ItTTia kfVKo, TrerdiriTas 
^trdai' rije b4 xi tol td'oh; Bopiao (jtfpriaiv. 
&Xk' &!t6t' tiv 5rj irql hC 'ilKtavoio ■JrepqiTjjs', 
W UKT^ re Att;(eia Kai oKrrfa flfprreipovtiiis, 
jiaKpai r' aiyetpoi Kai irs'at wAecriKupirot, 
i^a fi£(J abTou Kt'Atrai Itt 'ilKtai-S ^aBviivjj, 
avTtii S' tis 'ACBetij Uvai ho^ov fipdtuTa. 
h>6a fieu eh ' hjtipovja Wvpi^XeyiQinv re pioutri 
KtuKUro's 9', 0? 5^ SiTjyos CSards lortii diroppif, 
TreVpi; re ^vftrCs re 8(Jio irora;/£f eptSotwcop" 
Ma b' eiretO', ijpios, xpijxtli&eU Tr^Aas, dS? (re KfAfl 
p6$pov dpv^ai Saov t( inyoio-iov fiiOa koI iv6a, 
a//j^' avT^ Se X"^'' X^^"^"'' Tairtc ueKu'cffO'l, 
TTpwro ^eAiKp/rui, jueTeVeiTo Se ^8^1 ohj^, 
TO rpirov av6^ CBari* ^jri 6' oAi^tra A«u«o TraAiivel 
TToAAa Be yovuoCo-flai vemJoii' &.p.imivh K&p-r\va, 
kiSiiv fh '\QaKi\v crreipav fiovv, ij rts apCrm], 
pi^fiif fv p,€y6poitn TR/p^i' 7' ^(^irATjix^jxei/ iaBk&v, 
Tetpeo-^U 6' Awtii'nvflti/ otii Upeva-^jxia ola 
■nafiniKav', St jj-iJAokti fifTairpeitei ijieTipoiinv. 
avrap ^tt^h etX!''''' ^^"'d Kkvra iOvea vexpuv, 
tvff oiv apveihv pf^tiv flTJAtV re fiAaifaji 
els 'Epe/3oi »rrp^as, niros 8' ottouoVi^i rpairefffliu 
i4tei"H TJorafioio poatnv h<6a hi iroAAaJ 
^X**^ eAe^i'ffoyrat vtK-iiov KaTaTf6m)foT<i>v. 
8?J Tor' iTreifl* trilpoKrii' eworpijiiat Kai iyia^ai 
ji^Aa, TO, hii KardKUT t<r(l>ayij.(va vrjKh xoXk^, 
bfipavrai KaraKjjai, eiiev'fao-flat 5^ Btoitnv, 



10, 0AY22EIA2 K, 175 

o^os Sk (l(l>os iiif ipv(ra'AfjL€Vos irapa fuipov 535 

T^(u, firih^ ioiP V€KV<tiv &iJ,€injva Kapr\va 

ol/Mn'o? hraov Ifiei; itpLv T€ip€(rCao irvdiadai. 

bda Toi avrlKa yAmis iXeiSaeraif opxafic ka&v^ 

% Khf Toi elir27<rii; ibov koI fiirpa k€\€v6ov 

vooTov ^, m iirl vSvtov iXevo'cai IxOvSevra/ 540 

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ojufi hi yue yXaiviv T€ xvrQivi, re ctfxara ia-a^v* 
(Ml 5* iLpyv<f>€OV (l>apos pAya fviroro vvpx\>r\, 
\m:hv kojL xapUv, irepl b^ C^vrjv piXer^ 1£vl 
KoX^y Xpvo'cCrjv, K€<f>aXfj b' iTriOrfM KoXvirrp^v, 545 

(^hp iyii bia bdpiat^ iiiv irpwov kraCpovs 
}ifih,\lois iTriea-a-i irapaarabbv &vbpa ^Kaarov* 

*M);icfrt vvv €ibovT€s dcorctrc yXviojv vttvov, 
oXA' lofiev' bii ydp /not iTri(f>pab€ irSrvia KCpKTj/ 

fiy ^(pifirjv^ ToiaLV b' kitemlOero Ovp^bs ayrjv(op, 550 
^ pkv oiV hfSev irep dm/jmora? fjyov kraCpovs* 
EXinjywp d^ Tis la-K€ rccSraros, oiJre n XCrjv 
^tfM>$ iv iTokifJAa ovT€ i^p^cnv faiv &prjp^Sy 
^ luii iv€vd^ kripoiv Upois iv bdfjLaai KCpKris^ 
^€09 IfjLeCpoiv, KareXi^aro olvo^apeCoiV 555 

KunfUvoiV d' iripoav ofiabov nai bovirov iKOvaas 
^fttflvris ia;6povcr€ koX iKXadero <f)p€criv fj<riv 
i^ojipov KaTaprjvai, l(li>v is KkCpLana pLaKprjv, 
«U4 KoravTiKpv rcycos TriaeV ck be ol avxfjv 
^pay6X<ov iiyrj, V^x^ ^' '^Aibocbc KaTTJkOev, 560 

ipXPfJiivoiai bi Toia-iv iyo) jutcra pLvOov i^nsov* 

* Gourde vv 'JTOv oiKovbe <f>lXr\v is irarpCba yaiav 
fpX^' iXkqv 5' fiplv obbv T€KpLripaTO KCpK-q 
(is *ACbao bopLovs koL iTraivrjs n€p<r€(f>ov€LrjSi 
^'"XS yjff\(ToyAv(yvs ^rj^aiov Tctpeo-tao.' 565 



176 10. 0AT22EIA2 K. 

k^tifjL€voi b^ Kor* avOi y6(av tCXXovtS t€ xaira^' 
dAX' ov yAp ri9 irpfj^Ls iyCyvero yLvpoyLivoicrw, 

'AX\' oT^ hri p' hrl vrja Oorjv Kal Otva OaXiaarrjs 
yofxev d,xir6fjL€V0L, OaXepbv Kara bdKpv x^oi/res, 
T6(l>pa 5' ip* olypyuhri KCpKrj irapa vrjl fiekabni 
apvetov Karibrjiraf Slv OrjXvv re fxiXaivaVy 
peia irape^eXOovcra' tCs 2b Oebv ovk iOiXovra 
6(f>0akym(nv Ihovr t) &^' t) ivOa KiJvra; 



0AY22EIA2 A. 

N € K V I a. 
The Uix wind brings them to the Cimmerians' land. 

Avrap iveC p* hrl vfja KarrjkOofxaf fjbi OSXaa-a-cofy 

^CL fitv hp TrifXTTponTOV ifyia-aafiev €ls &ka buw, 

w ^' IffTov TiB€ix€<r6a koI larCa mjl fi^XaCvrf^ 

^^ TO, fXTJXa Xafi6vT€S ifirja-aiiev, hv bi koL ovtoI 

fiobfofijev ixvvfievoiy OaX^pbv Kara biKpv xiovrcs, 5 

^luif y aS fieroTn^TSe vcbs KvavoTTpiopoio 

fcficiw oSpov tet TrKqaCoTLov, i(r6\ov iraipov, 

^>Kl| hm\6K<ifios, beivfj Ochs avbrjccrcra, 

^l^h y SirXa iKcurra iromjaifievoi Kara vrja 

^a' rriv 6' Stvefios t€ KvfitpirriTris t' I0vv€, lo 

^ ^ vcarqiiepCris riraO^ lirrla 'novroiropovoTjs' 

'werrf T* 7Ji\i0Sf (rKL6(ovT6 re iraaai &yviaL 

H 8' is 'R^lpaff tKove fiaOyppoov ^ilK€avoLo. 
^0 5e KififiepCaiv ia^bp&v ^p,6s t€ itokis re, 
^pt Mui v€<f>i\rj K^KaXvfjLfiivoL' oibi ttot avrovs 15 

niKios <f>aiO<av KarabipKerai iLKrCv^a-aWy 
<w dirrfr* &v arcixrio't irphs ovpavov ixmpo&na, 
^ &r* &v i.^ iirl yalav Att' ovpavoOtv TrpoTpiiniTcu, 
«U' hi vif^ 6Kofi riraTaL dciA 010*1 ppoToi(n, 
^d ficv IvB^ ik06vT€S iKikaafiev, in bi ret iirjka 20 

fiXrffied** avroi 5' aSrc iraph p6ov 'liKeoi/otb 
2^)^v, ^p' is xQ>pov a^i.K6\kfff 6p (t>p(io'e KCpictx* 

N 



ijS 11. OATSSEIAS A. 



iirxov iyw 8' Stop o^ii ipviro-OfiOios ■KOphi fnjpov 
padpov opvi' oiTtTov re ■nvyovai.ov kv8a ko! ivBa, 
&IJ.<j>' QvrS hi xoriv xeoVl*' ""f^mv 
•BpSiTa jixeXtJcp^rii), p.eriiteiTa bi fjbh 
tA Tptrov a5tf' vSaTf lirl 8' SXi^ira Aeuxa wttXuwM 
VoAX& 5^ yoiii'ov/.(i]i' vEKuoiu ofj.einji'a KapTjva, 
ikOibv eh 'W&Kijv me'ipai! ^wv, ij tis &piim\, 
pi^fiv iv lifyApoiiTi -nvpijv t' ip-itkrirriptv f<T0Kuv, 
Tfip^ffCji b' aisdvfvSfV oiv Uptva-^fidf otif 
TTa/jfiAnp'j &s /i^Xottri fifTCXicpiitft tip,rripoiai. 
Tovs 5' tirei eu\iakfiirt kirrjirl 7€, Ifli'fti i-fxpav, 
ikkiaifuiv, ra 8e ;iq\a Xa^^v dire8€(poTo^i((ra 
^j fioBpov, pie 8' al/xa KeXaiuei^iS' ai S' ayipovnt' 
\jivxol im' tf 'Epi^fvs veKVbiv KOTOTtfli^wrwv. 
[irii/^i^at r' ijiflcoi rt TtoXuTXjirof re ylpoirrts 
isapBfviKoi t' QToXal veo7S(v04a dvp.bv ^xputrai' 
■nokXol 8 ovTapa/oi '/(akni'jpfiri.v eyjjei'jjo-H', 
finSpe? apijiifiaTot (3e/3poTu)/«'uo 7«Ix«' ^oitW 
ot woXAoi jr<pi jiodpou i<potT(i}v aXkoSfv £XAos 
Sftmealri layfji- ii^i bi xkapuv fi^os pptt.] 
6^ t6t' «jr«0' ^TdpDtffi:' hnoTpiivas iK4kfiitra 
p.T}ka, TO, 8^ Korwetr' iiT<j>ayi*4ua injkii \akKif, 
bfipavras KaTaKTjai, iTtev^airdai be Beoiinv, 
ttpSCp^if t' 'Affiff KoL inaiinj nepae^ioveC^' 
avTos bi ^ii^os ofb ipv<r<rififvos irapa }a]pov 
ijli^v, olit' eliou iiCKu'cav &fifvT]va Kiprjva 
ainaros Za-a-ov ip,Bi, vpiv Ttipftriao 7ni04ir6<u. 



11. 0AYS2EIA2 A. 179 

The ghost of Blpenor. 
UpiiTj hi infxri ^EkTrrjvopos fik6€v iraCponf 
^ yip fl'ft) triOairro xnrb x$ovhs rfpvodcftys' 
o^/ui yap h KCpKtis fi€y(i/b^. KaTeXeCirofiev fifxeis 
iKhvTov KcH iOaitToVf i'jrel ttSvos iXKos ht^iy^, 
^ \ik» hyii Z6xpv(ra Ibiav ikiriai re ^/n^, 55 

Koi fuif (fxovrfiras lv€a wrepSevra irpomfvboiv' 

* ^TnjvQpy irm fiXOcs vtto ^o<f>oj; rfepdcvra ; 
H^rji veCos iwr 7j iyia avv irql fieXaCvrj,^ 

^Qs i<f>ipLr}Vy 6 t4 fi^ olfid^as ffpLeC^ero p,vB(f 
'pwycvcs Aaepnctery, vo\vp,riyav^ '06v<r<rcv,] 60 

W fie baCiwvos ataa icaici} kolI iiBi<r<f>aTos otvos' 
Klpq; 5' bf fJLeyipta KarakiypLCVos ovk horjaa 
i^ojipov KaTapfjvai liav is KkCpiaKa p.aKpriv, 
iUi KarcarriKpif riyeos iria-ov iK 8c /xot ai^V 
ioTpayikoiv Wyjy, yjfvxv ^' ''Atdoo-Se KaTrjKOe, 65 

WW 8^ <r€ Twj; oTTtOev yovvi.(pp.ai^ ov irapeovroiVy 
Vs t' dXoxov Kol TTarpos, 5 <r' hp^f^^ tvtOov iovra, 

TljXcfui^OV ^', hlf pLOVVOV ivl pLeydpOLCLV lAcfTTCS* 

^yiip &s ivOivb€ KL(i>v b6p,ov il^ ^ACbao 

%o» tf Alahjv axTJacis evepyia vrja' 70 

^^tt (t' iTTciTa, &va(, KiXopiai pLv/ja-aaSai ipieio' 

H^ ^ hkavfov^ iOairroVj l(i>v omOev KaroAcwrcti;, 

"ooi^to^cly, juwy Tof n dcwr pLTfVLpa yivo^pxiL^ 

^i fie jcaicK^ae <rvi; revx^o"*^, &ro-a pol iari, 

m^ ri pLOi xeiku TroXtijs iirl Otvl OaXicroTjSj 75 

Wpo9 hxrrrivoiOy koI iua^opivoKn iwOiaOac 

'"ttSrd ri poi rekicrai mj^aC t' c'tti TvpP<a iperpMv, 

^i Kol fft)6s IpeaoKtv ewi; jutcr' l/xois krapoia-iv,^ 

Qs l<l>aT^i avTop iyd piv apL^ifiop^vos irpoaitnTov' 
TQvri Tot, w fivonyre, TeXevnjo-o) re koI Ip^ea,^ 80 

N«M piiv &5 ivitfra-nf ifiei^opjivfA cmrycpoiaiv 

N 2 



l8o 11. OAT2SEIAE A, 

'qiJ.fff, eyw /xiv &vfv0(w iif>' a^art <f>iiryavov lajfa 
ftBiuAoi' 5' (rfpOiOfv halpov irrfAX' &y6p(V€v. 
''HKdf 6' ^iri ^jrvx^ (J-r/Tpos Karareflinju&jS, 
AvrokvKov $vyi.rrip jieyaX-qTopos 'AirrlKKfia, 
rijv C<oT)if KareAenron liiii (Is 'IXtoy tp'qv. 
ri)v iJ,(v iyoi fioKpfiro Ibiiip iK4-r}tr<i rt OvixiS' 
AAA' oi&' &s (taiv Ttporiprp), -nvKwuv "nep a)(f6oiv, 
otfiarosr aiT<Tov tfitv, irplv TftparCao irvSia^ai. 



HAfle 8' <iTi i/^x^ ©"J/Siffw Teipeirtao, 
Xpu'iTtou i7ic^5rTpoi' (X.(tiv, ifJ.k b' iyvio koI TrpotTffilCt 

' l_Aioyfvis Aafpriibi}, iioKvii^j^aii' 'OSvairev,^ 
riW avr", S 8il<7ri|i!«, Aittwj' i^dos ijeAfoio 
^Xufl^ff, o^po IhT) viKvas Koi ixep-a^a xHpov; 
oAA' ATro;^(S^«o ^6dpov, STricrx^e 6i 0(i<ryai'oi' d^, 
ttr,(:iaros ^(^pa jriai kqc roi vriij,cpTfa (tiiu>.' 

KovKfi^ fyKarhri]^'' 6 h' i-KU trUv oT/Mt KcAaivov, 
Kol ToTi h-q p.' iir4f(rin irpotnivba fjidrrtr d^ii^ii"' 

' NfJoTOU bC^rjai p.i\ir)bia, tjiaCSip,' 'Obva-trev' 
Toe hi Tot apyaXdov d'^rrei, deos' ov yap SCta 
Ki'icreiv Ivvoa-lyatov, 5 toi kotov cvOero 6vp.^, 
)(io6pevos OTi 01 vlbv ^Ikoe i^aXAaxras. 
oAA,' er( p4i> k( icai ^f icoKa Trep -niirxovTfi ^KOiat 
at K idikrjs aov 6vp.ov ipvKaKieiv Kai (TalpaiPi 
oinroVe Ke Tcparov ircAdaTjs fvtpyia v^a 
&pwaKirf uij£r<[), -npotjivybiv loftbea iroirrov, 
ffoiTKOfiivas b' fvpi)r£ fi6as koI t^ia lajka 
'HeAiou, &s TTiW lipop^ Kol TriiiT' ciraKcnfct. 



11. 0AT22EIAS A. i8t 

ft"' ds ^lOiicriv KaKi ircp i:6.(rypvT€S tKOiaOe 

a-Lirqaiy t6t€ rot TCKixaCpofi* 6\€0pov 
at irdpois' avrbs 5' rf Ttip k€V A^tJfgs, 
Qs vctat, dkiaas iiro irivras iraCpovs^ 

aXXorptrjs' brjeis 5' iv TrrJixaTa olKiD, 115 

rir€p(l)i6XovSj ot Toi pCoTOV Karibovai 
t avTiOerjv iXoxov Koi Ibva bib6vT€S. 
ot K^Cvtov y€ pCas iiroTCa-eai iXOdv' 
:fiv jJLVrjirnjpas ivl ixeydpoici Teolfri 
)^ b6\<ji 7j &pL(f)abbv 6(ii \aXK<ay 120 

bri cTTeLTa, KaPo)v evrjp^s iperjJLbv^ 

Tovs &<t>(Krjai ot ovk taaai, OdXaaa-av 
wbi 6^ S\€(r(n fi€fiLyfi4vov ^tbap lbot)criv' 

ToC y r<rao-t reas (f>oLvtK(yffapriovs, 
)^ iperpM, ri re irrepa vrival TtiKovrai. 125 

rot kpioi /LwiA.' d/ot<^/)a8cs, oibbi <rc Xi}o-cf 
iev b-q Tot ^vfjifiXripievos iXKos obCrris 
prqXoiyov ix^iv iiva <^at§/fi({) d)f^o>, 

brq yaCrj Trrj^as €vrjp€% iperfihv, 
)a KoXa TIo(r€ib6,<iiVL ivaKTt, 130 

ravpov T€ (rv&v t' iTnfiriTopa Kimpov, 
TOOT^iyeiv lpb€iv 6^ Upa^ CKarJ/xjSa? 
-o-t ^court, TOt ovpavov evpvv Ixpyat,, 
\.' k^cCrjs' O&vaTos bi toi i^ aXbs airrS 
s fiSXa T0109 iXevccTaLy 6s Ki ere itiffivrj 135 

Xvjtap<^ &prjixivov' d/Li<^2 b^ Xaol 
crcrovraC ra bi rot irqixcpria €tp<i)J 
(f>at^y airrap iyd [iiv &ix€Lp6fi€vos irpoaienTov' 
(rj, TO, fikv ap TTOv iiriKXaia-av 6€ol avroL 
: /xot Tobe elir^ kol iTp€Ki<t)s KarAX^lov 140 

ifjpb^ 6p6<o yjruxv^ KaTaTcdvrjvlrjs' 
ovir* ^orai ax€bbv aJ/xaros, oib* iJ>v lAXn) 



i82 11. OATSSEIAS A. 

ItAjj ic6.VTa Ihew ovht T^porijxv&qtraa^ai. 

tiTii, avai, TTws Kfii ^e htayvoltj rhv iovra; ' 

'ils ^<^af/Tjjj, 6 h4 n' avrW ajXfifiSixfvos irpocriaiK' 
' pr)ffiioV rot liros ipiui Koi iei <jipfai O^aia' tJF 

ov Tiva ii.iv Kfv (as v(kvii>v KararfQinjii/raai ^H 

aXfiaTos aaaov tiifv, 6 hi rot vmuprii iulifrti' ^H 

ui 5e k' imtjiOovfois, 6 3c 701 -nSXiv t'mv iitiaaia.' ^1 

*Iis- <pafJ.4irTj ^XT f"" ^^l SrffLOiJ Ai6os eiffru 'S» 

Teipeirtcio oi^aicTos, «r« icar^ Oiiripar' iKt^ev 

Nert oomoa tha ghost of Antioleift, mother of OdjMeiu. 
aiirap eyoiif avrov jxhiov (fiweSoi', oi^p' ^irt n^TTjp 
Tl\vOf Koi -aUv oTfio ne^atvapiS' airc'ica 8' lyco), 
not ft' oKo^vpofihiii litfa wrfpSfvra Trpoo-ijuBa" 

ftoos ^Mi" ; xaKfnbv hi raSe fcooiffti; opcurdat. 

[liia-rrif yap (xtydAoi Trorafxol kos 8e(.ra pifSpa, 

'IJiMQi'os fxev irpcura, roc ou irius son Ttfprjirat 

ire^Sy ^oW, ^if ft^ Tis ^XH fVfpy^a i^a.] 

^ irvv 8^ Tpoftjflei' SXcinfuos ev^iiS' kofeir 

rijf re jcoi (Tdpoicri ■noKiiv xpovof ; ovBe woi jj\Btt -J 

tis 'IfloKvii', ov6' eihfs ful /j-eyApoiat yuvaiKa ;' 

""ils ?<j>aT', airap iyto imv iita^oficvoi TrpoffttfH 
' laJTfp ijii), xpnii n€ Kaniyayev €h 'ACSao 
yjnixp xPf^i'M"''"' Q-i}^aiov Tapfirlao' 
ov yip TTio iTX*8oi' I'Xflof 'Axatffiojj oiibi ma ^^-| 
yys fTre'/Siji", aAA' ntec e\(oy dA,aAi)^ai difiic, 
ef o5 ra wpwncrO' twof^Tjj/ ' Ayap,ip,vQvt hlif 
'lAiow eis eiwmXoj', ^a Tptuetrfft /xaxoJfxjji'. 
dW 5ye /ioi ToSe etVS Koi drpfKtfljs KaroXcfov 
tCs nJ o-e K^p ibdftaffirf Ttu^Af/eos tfovdroto ; 



11. 0ATSSEIA2 A. 183 

oti ayca^ois jScAieovu; hroixofiii^ Kar^ire^i^of ; 

(ki hi fjLoi varpds t€ koX vUoSy hv Karik^iifoVy 

1/ hi vhp Ktiuounv ly}w yipas^ Jii tis rjbri 175 

khp&v iXXos ^€1, ifii 5' €VKh-i (f>aai vUtrOai. 

A'A li fioi lAtffiarnjs dXixpv PovXrjv re voov re, 

^ ljJv€i vaph waiXi jcol l/mireda iroi/ra (pyXAairti 

^ ijhi luv iyrjfup 'A)^at«i^ & tis ipioros.* 

*& i(l>iiirjVi ^ 5' avrCK ificCpero TtSrvia lirjrqp* 180 
'koI X^)/]; jce^in; ye nivfi rerXT^on ^jm^ 
t^uru' &1 ixeyipoiaiv diCvpaX hi ol aUl 
^Ivoviriv v6kt€9 re koL rjiiaTa baKpir)(€OV(rri. 
<rw 5' oS irci ns ^ei icaX^i; yipas^ iWh licqkos 
'^rjKifiaxos Tciihni vipierai Koi bairas iCaas 185 

^oWot, hs iTrioiK€ hiKainr6\ov ivbp* iXeyvvtiV 
fivr€s yhp KoXiovau varrip hi ahs airrdOi fiCfiveL 
hp^9 ovf^ '/rdkivbe Karipxerai* ovbi ol cvval 
^Ofla Koi xXawcu kcH prjy€a o-tyoXJez^ra, 
^' 2 ye x^Tpia fih eildet 8O1 bpL&€s ivl oIkco 190 

hf k6vi, iyxji TwphSi Kam bk xpol ef/xara eiraf 
«Tjp lir^j; iXBtfO'i Oipos reOakvui r' iirdpri, 
tivrji ol icor^ yovi;di; dXtu^s o22;o7^doio 
^Wav K€KkipLip(i>v xOapLokal p€pXrjaTai evvaC* 
"^' i ye «€«■' ixioiVy pJya bi </>peo-2 *iriv0os d^fci 195 
<rop vioTov iToOioiW x^^"^^^ ^' ^* y^pas lic(ii/et. • 
ofr© y^ fcoi eycbi; dXJfit^z; nal Ts&rpjov iTriairov 
^ ijU y* iv pLeyipoimv HaKOTSos loxio.^po- 
«s iyoi/oiff Pekifo'aruf ivoLxop^ivrj KaTiTtCKJyveVy 
owe Tis o8y fioi vod<ro9 iirrjXvOcVy ij re /uuiXKrra aoo 

"?«€8(Jri crTvy€pfj /neX^coi; ^f ciXero 6vp,6v' 
■^ /Ae orrfs re wo^os <r(i re /x^Sea <i>aCbip^ '08i;<r<rcv, 
^ r* iyayoif>po(r6vrj p,€\iribia Ovfiov iiTrqvpa,* 



i84 11. 0AT22EIAS A. 

Tph fixv It/jm/jfi^fliji', JA^eij" t4 fie flufios Avayfi, 
rpls Si fioi iK xfip&v iTKiij elKfkov ^ ital ovupif 
iTTTar'" ffioi S' a-xo^ ofv yffi<TKf70 Kjjpdflt jiSAAoiv 
KaC ixiv ipuiVTiiras liiea TTTepo'eira irpoffTfu&iaV 

' M^rep «fi^, 7; vi p.' oi p^ipveis fklfoi fifiiaSrOf, 
Sippa KOL ttv 'A&ao ipikai mpl \tipe ^aXSvTf 
&fiipoTipai apvepoio Terapntifieirda 70010 ; 
^ tC [u>i fittokov Tob' ayavii YleptrfcpovHa 
&Tpvv', o^p^ Iri, p.akkov 6hvp6p,evos mevaxiQu ; 

*'Cls i<l>ap.7jv, Tj B' airrU^ ap^d^tro -noTvia ii'^rqp' 
' Si /ioi, TfKVOv Ip^ov, TVfpl 'ndiTo^v Ka.pp.ope ipcorap, 
ov tC (re Utprrfijiovda, Atos dvydrrip, oTraipta 
aW' aht] fiiKTj Ijti ^porSiv, Srt rCs Kf OAj/ga 
ov yap fTt aapnas t( kqX oaria Tu^t iyaviriv, 
oAAa TO p.ip re irvpos KpaTfpov pAvot aldopAt 
hapv^, hieC xe ■npSna \C-7tp kfvK oarea 6vphi 
^v)(_^ 8' tiut' ovfipos A-noTTTafievT] wfnoTrtrai. 
dAAa 0(fonTSe Taxiara Xikaito' ravra ti Ttdii 
lo-fl*, tva Ktti p(T6ititrQe re^ etwtjo'Oa yvvaiKi,' 



N£i pfv &IS lirffiratv ofiei^d/iefl', a! bi ywdia 
■!j\v6oii, vTpvvev yap ayavi) Ufpffe^ovfia, 
Sfftrnt apurnjoiv &\o)(oi trrav rjhi BuyaTpts. 
al 8' apip' oTfxo Kfkaivbp &okXifS f]y(pfOovTO, 
airap tyw ^ov^fvov otius Ipeoif/i iKAtrnjv. 
^Se 8e pA)i Kara &vp.bv aptrm] <palv€TO jSouX^" 
imatrtrdpevos raviiijKfs &op iraxfos Itaph ptjpov 
ovK e(<ui' TTieetf &p.a ttdaas alpa Ktkainov. 
al &i TT/JO/ArijoTifai lnjj«rtty, ■^S^ li«iiTTij 



11. 0AT22EIA2 A. 185 

Tyro. 

%$* fj TOi mpimiv Tvpci) fhov einraTipeiav, 235 

^^0 ^aXfJuovfjos ifiiifJLOvos ^Kyovos €&a(, 
^ a KpiriOrjos ywri ifiiievai AlokCbcu)* 
^ vorofiov ffpiaa'aT^f ''Ei;tir^os OcCoio^ 
If vclKh KdXXMTTos isvrayMv M yaiav {770-1, 
Kol ^' Iv' ''Evvnrjos iraikia-Kero KoKh pi^Opa, 240 

Tf V ip* ieiadfuvos yairjoxos iwoaCyaios 
h vpaxpfis iroTCLfiov TTap€\i(aTO bLirrjevros* 
ifop<lif6p€ov 8' ipa fcv/ma ir^pKrriO'qy oipe'i Tcrov, 
K0fiT(o6hff Kff&^ev h\ Ofiv OvriTrjv re yvvaiKa. 
[Aftr€ Si viipOevCriv 0^V7]Vy Karh. V iirvov ^€V6V.] 245 
ovrSp fercf p* ^^X€<r<r€ ^cis <^tAoTi]<rta ?pya, 
y T? 2pa ot ^ X^f'P^ ^Tfos t' €</)ar' lie t* dvSfxaC^' 

*XaiJp€, y^vcUf <f>iX6TrjTiy irepiTrKofxivov d' ^rtavroi; 
i^fEOi ^Xa& riKva^ iitd, ovk &iTO(l><i\ioi eifvaX 
iBap&nap' aif hi rovs KopA^iv &Tt,TaX\ipL€vaC r€. 250 

vvp V ipxpf vp^^ h&iia, KoX l(rx€o fiT^d' dvofxrjjnis* 
drip kyi ToC €l[u Uoarcihitav ivo(rixO(ovJ 

*& ^hriiv vvb irSvTov ibvaero KVfJLaCvovra, 
i y imoKV<Taii,hn\ Ti^\h\v riKC koL NrjA^a, 
Ti* KpaT€pii O^pimovT^ ^ihs ficyiXoLo y€vi(rOr\v 255 

^^ipfii* 176X679 fACz; I2; eifpvx'ipid 'lacoXic^ 
I'Oie Tsoki^p^oSy i 5' ap* & IIvAc^) fjiiadSarru 
Toiy y kripovs KpTiOrji riKev jSao-iXeta yvvaiKQv. 
Mtnvi t' i}8^ ^iprjT 'ApLvdiovi 6^ hrffioxfi'PP'V^' 

Antiope. 

T^ 8i lilr '^ AvTiimiv ISov, 'Ao-coTroto Ovyarpa, 260 
^ J^ Kol Ai^y cvx^t' cz; iLyKoCvrjarLv lava-at., 
Kof p' Ircfccv 8i;o irat8', ^Xp.<i>lova re ZrjOov re, 
flt Tfp&roi Qiifirjs ibos ixTiaav iirraiTidKoio^ 



11. OAT22EIAS A. 

TTvpytoaAv T, iufi ov fAv &iripyuT6v y' ibii 
vaiifiiv fipvxppov Qij^rjii, Kpartpti tap iovTi 
Alnmena and Hagora. 

T^u Se \i.iT 'h\Kp.r\vT]v i6oc, 'A^l0t^p^Ja)I^)s iKoa 
ij p' '\ipaKXr\a 6pa<n>p(fi.i>ava Qvy-oKiovra. 
ydvar iv ayKoivriiri. Ator p-fy^oio /xiyeitrd" 
itoi it\ey&pi]v, K/)efoiTos vjtfp&viioio Svyarpa, 
TTp) tyfu 'Afi^tTpiaivos vibs fiivos aHv aretp^s. 
Bpicasto. 

Mriripa r* OiSnrtfSao iSov, KaXijD 'EiUKianpi, 
^ fiiya (pyov epf^fv dtSpefijirt voow, 
yqii.iHi.lvri (f vw 6 6' &u Trarip' l^evapt^as 
yijfifV dtpap S' aiidT!v<TTa Beol Biaav avOpi^mffSt 
nAA' 6 ii.\v iv Q^'^Tf iroAuijpdj-&) uAyto iraffxtoy 
KaSf^E^wf iJi/atTiTE deui' oAua: hid povk&s' 
^ 8' eptj fit 'Aihao TruXApTao Kpartpoia, 
w^a^iirq fipoxpv ainiiv d0' vyfiijkolo (uK66pov, 
4> ix*' "X^M^f" ''1' ^' aXyta jcdAAtTf' oir^iru 
TToXXct fuiA', S(Tva re /xTjrpfir 'Epijflj'er ^ktcA^oikh. 

Chlorls. 

Kai XAwpui eZSor TrtpiKoXAea, rfjv irore N>)X^s» 
y!j[i(V i&v bia KoXXos, ere! Triipe fivpfa ISvo, 
AwXoriinjD Koup'jjJ 'A/i^lovos 'laai&ao, 
3j iror' ^v 'Opxof-f^ MiuvtCif 'ipi avarnrtv 
Tl hi UiJKov 0aol\iVf, t(K(v Be ol aykaa ritva, 
NiirropA t* XpajxCov re U(piK\viJ,ei'6v r' hyiputyoa 
Toiffi 8' hi' l^6ip.ijv riijpi re'it*, 0a?fia ^poToun, 
r^f irdwre? ^ytaouro TTepiKrfrai" ovSi ri NijXtir 
n^ ^Sffiou hs ^^ ?\iicov ^<fas (upujieruTrof j 



11. 0AT22EIAS A. 187 

ifyakiaiS' riis h* oto9 vTr€(r\ero iidvris ifi'ifJMiv 

i(€Kiav' x**^*''^ ^ ^^^^ '^^^^ [xotpa iribTja'fy 

kffnoC r' ipyakioi kolL Povk6\ol dypoL&rai. 

flU* frc 5i) firjvis T€ Koi fjiiipai ^^ereKevvro 

^ vfpireXXofiivov freo^ koI iwriXvOov &paiy 295 

mI TtJre 61J yn-v iXwrc )36j 'I<^ticA.7/c6y, 

6i(r^a irivr^ ebrSirra' Aios b* hcXeUro fiovk/f, 

laedAi Iphimedeia and many others. 

Kol Ai/jbrfv ctbov, ttiv Tvvbapiov Tsap&KoiTiv^ 
^ p vifb Twbapiif^ KpaT€p6(f)pov€ yeCvaro 'iralb€y 
l^iffTopd 6^ lTnt6bapjov koL ttv^ iyaOov 11 oXvdevKca, 300 
TOW Sfu^ ^a>ovs Kar^ci (pva-C^oos ala' 
A Ka\ v4pO€v yrjs TijjLrjv TTpos Zrjvbs 1\ovt€s 
iAXore piv C<iov<r* mpripLepoL, &K\or€ 8' avT€ 
TfOmrar rifiriv bi X^Xoyxaaiv t<ra O^oiai, 

Trpf hk /i^' 'l(f>ipLib€taPj 'AAco^os TrapiKomv, 305 

Anbov, fj iri <f>iaK€ HoacLbitovL pLtyrjvai, 
wf p' h-€K€V bio iraLbt, pnvvvdabCo) b^ yofia-OrjVy 
Qt6v t* iarrCOfov TtyXcfcXctToi; r' 'E(/)tclAT7/i;, 
oJs ifj p.r\KifTravs Bphjfe fctScopos ipovpa 
wi iroXi KoAXuTTOus pierd ye kXutoz; ^UpCoiva* 310 

M<opoi yap roC ye ical foj/ea'jr^xees ijo-ai; 
*wpoj, irop pltjkSs y€ yevia-drjv kvv^opyvioi, 
rfpa icol iBaviroicriv &m€iXriTr\v kv ^Okvpnn^ 
^Xirntjba <rrri(r€tv itoXviiKOS iroXipLoto, 314 

0(r<ray fir' OiXtJ/n-TTO) pL^pLaaav 64pL€v, avrap Itt' "Oo-fni 
n^Aiov e&Hxr^i^vAAoj/, ti;' oifpavbs dpL^aros €b\, 
mI vi K€V i^erikca-a-aVy €l rj^rjs piirpov lkovto' 
flXX' SK&rev Atos vlo?, hv rfuKop.os tIk^ Aryrft), 
ip4Hn-4pa}y TTpCv (r(f)a)LV inrb Kpor(i((>oi(rii; toijKofX}^ 
hd^ai vuKdcai re yiws evavdh X<it)yn\. ^"^^ 



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11. 0AT22EIA2 A™ 

^aCbprjv T« UpoKpiv re Xbov koX-^v r" 'Aptiivtjv, 
KOiJpijn Mfrtuos ^Xoo'^poror, ijv wort ©Tfo-evs 
^K KpiTTTjf is yovvov 'AB-ijva<i>v UpAcav 
ijyt flip, oiS' aiToPiTo' isApos b( p-iv 'Aprefiis (xra 
Afrj ^f afi^ipv-rtj AtOMJcrou iJ,apTvpCt)m. 

Maipav re KXvjxivriv Te i5ou aruyipfiv r' 'Ept^iIXtji', 
^ )(/njiTiy t(il\ov &vhpos i^e^aro Tifj-^fiiTa. 
Trdffo? S ovK av iyio tivdT\iTop.ai ovfi' opojiijiJa), 
oaaai ^paoiv ak6)(ov^ ibov j/Sk Qvyarpas' 
Ttfiv y&p Ktv Kal vv^ ^81t* afifipoTo^. dAJio ki 
f^beiu, rj (jtI uija flofj:? iKBovr' is haipovs 
^ oirou' •non'Trri H ffiois vfiiv re fxtA^<r«.' 

*ili i<j>aQ', al 3' Spa iriiiires dKifi/ iyhiovro criuJiijj, 
)cijX?]flfi£ 6' etrxovTo Kara (liyapa CTKi-oevra. 
ToZaiv 6' 'ApT]T7) XdiKtiAevos i}p)(eTO fxvSi^v' 

fIBrfs r« fj,4ye66s t« iBe (jipivas ItiZov Htras; 
feiuos- B' aSi"' <fto's ((my, fKatrros 6' lf/(iop« Ti/i^s' 
Toi ji^ eir«yci/i*i'oi airoTttp-itfrt, (i.rjti to 8«opo 
oCrco yjir}i(pvTt KoKoverf iioXXa yap ufyHii 
kt^HUt' fvl neydpoitn 0tSiv 16t>}ti. Kiomai' 

ToTo-i fiJ Kol fifrUi-nf yipiuv ijpios 'Exevijos, 
£8s 8^ i'ai^Kiiiv oi'SpSii ■npoyevirntpo^ i}(v'] 

'il tj>[\oi, ov liw rjftiv OTTO (TKoiroC oiS' dxfi Btifijr 
fiufleirai ^atriXeta itfpiippiov' oXAo wWeir^f. 

Till B' a&r' 'AXk/too? dTro^ef/Jero <^iivT}ahj «' 
' toCto f/Jy ovrto 5^ ttrrai. tiros, ot khj «y(i ye 
Cioiis <I>(ii^it<iJ-cr( ^iXTjpiTHOiaw avaairui- 
feuios BJ rX^rto, y.&ka, Trip vuuroio )(aTC^<iiji, 
4fj.in}s oi'-i iTnp.€iva.i is avpiaj;, tis o k( ira<raii 



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11. OATSSEIAS A. 189 

An, futXiora d' iiwt tov yhp Kpiros i(rr* hi ftiy/xy.' 
Tiif i* iiraiA^ipSixevos irpocr4<f>ri irokSiiriTis 'Ofivorcrevy 
^^AXkCvo^ Kp€uw, itiinmf ipibcCKere Xoc^r, 355 

iljif KOI €ls hfuivrhv di;cSyoir' airoOi fiCfxveiVf 
tonvriv r' irrpfivovr^ kcX iiyXaa b&pa didotrc, 
Kol K€ ri PovXoCfxriVf KaC k€V ttoXv K^pbiov elrj, 
thwripn <^ X^^P^ <f>(kriv h TtarpSt^ IkMcu' 
mI jc' aibotSrcpos koI <f>(XT€pos ia^bpicrw clriv 3^ 

Too-uf, o<rot fi* *ldiKrjvh€ IboCaro votrrricrairra.* 
Top V air* ^AKkIvoos iTTOficCfiero (fx&irqaiv re* 

Aloinoiii askfl if the ghosts of the Trojan heroes appeared. 

*S 'Oiw€V, ri fxh oS tC o*' iCcTKOfxev claopocavTes 

rJT[€p(mj6, T* i[X€V Koi hrCKKoiroVy old re woAAois 

jSoo-fcet yata fiiXatva iroXvairepias av9p<iirov9 365 

^€t!8€(i T* ipTvvovraSy 8d€v k4 ris ov8^ I8otro' 

crol 5' firi fihf iMpffnj iirioDV, Ivi bi <f)piv€s iaOXal, 

fivdov V &$ 8t* ioijbhs tTTLaTapiivoas KariXe^aSy 

viarrtav r' ^ApycCoov crio r' avrov Kifiea Xvypi, 

oAX' 4ye ftoi rrffte eJir^ Kal drpcicccos KartiXcfoi;, 370 

ef ru;a9 iarriBicDV kripcov tbesy ot rot ^' avr^ 

'iXlOV €ls &p^ flTOVTO KOi OVTOV TTOTIXOV MoTTOV, 

Pv( V rjb€ fjAka fiaKpfi iBicrif>aTOS' ohbi irca &prj 
fSb€U/ hf neyiipff oi bi fxoi Xeye di(TK€Ka ipya, 
Koi K€P h ri& Kap ivaa\olp.r]Vy ot€ /xoi <rv 375 

rXairis iv iieyipia ra au Kfjlb^a ixvOrjaaaBaiJ 

Tov V iTrafi€ip6ii€V09 Tipofrifffr] iroXvixriTis '08v<r<revs* 
^'AAx^t^oe xpetor, irdvrcDv dpide^cere Xa&Vy 
&fn\ pkv TToXiiov iiiBoaVy &prj be Kal Uttvov 
€l 8' h* ixovipL€val ye XCXaUai^ ovk av iyd ye 380 

roircav 0*01 i^Bovioip.i koL olicrporep^ &XX* Ayopevaai, 
wjie' fytSp irdpcoVf at Hj juteroTrKrOev oKovto^ 



hi i>6tmf &' &tt6KovTO KaKrjs lonjri ywatKot, 

Odyaaens tella hon' he saw Agamsmnon and 1m)! 



^XyiJ-iVJ}' xtpi S' SAAoi iyriyepaO', oa-iroi fij*' oiri 
oficy ^U AlyiaOoio Olvop Koi iror^ou htitncov. 
fyvia S' o(\|'' l/ie Kewos, ^irei Triec alf^a KeXaifo'j'' 
KXate h' S ye Kiyiii>^, 6aX.fpbp Kara bdKfivov tl^a 
TTiTvas (Is ijJ^ X^'P"^! "Jp^^oirflat ftevfaCvtaii' 
dAA ov yap oi ^r' ^f t? t^ireSos o£8^ rt kiw?, 
oil) xep TT^pof to-KW ^jjI yuaiiTrroiin ixikfirin. 
Toii fMcv iyui biKpv(ra Riatv fkhjo'i. r« fliifim, 
ital iJ,iv ^wj'ijo-as ewta urepoaira ■npo<rr]vbai)r 

' 'ATpf(&ri KvhtaTf, &va^ avhpSv, ' Ayi,p.e\ujov, 
Tis WJ (re KT]p ^Sd/ioiTtre ravriKfyios Baviroio ; 
^e ere y' ei' jJ^tcro-t HoireitiiaiV ibiifiaairtv 
Spiras ipyaXioiv av^iuov aftiyaprov ciiT^^f , 
^4 <t' avapmot. wtpfs ibriX-^tral/r' fill x^paOV 
povs TsepiTapji6p,ivov ijS' oli^v -adea Kctka, 
i)e Tcepl UToAios p.a\eoip^vov rjhi yvvaiKoiv ;' 

"iir lifiaMv, 6 b4 fi.' ovtIk aiiti^dfifvos irpoir4i 
' bioytvfs AaepnciStj, T!o\vp.-^)(<w' 'Obva-a-fv, 
out' ep.i y' iv v^ftrtri rioffetdclojw ibdnaffaep, 
Spiral apyaXiatv avip-inv ap-iyaprov ivTpijv, 
o{rre fi' SLvApffioi avbpiS tSijA^o-ow' ^l x^paxni, 
aiiXd p,ai Alyurdos Tfvfas OdvaTov 7€ pipov re 
iura a^v ovXopiirq AXo'^ip, otKOvbf KaXiaaai, 



11. OATSSEIA2 A. 191 

^ Umm oharCarif Bavirt^' V€pl V iXkoi iraipoi 

iiyifuf rj ipivi^ $ elkaTrdrfi TeBcLKvCrf. 415 

luwva^ KT€UfoiJLiv<ov Kci hit Kparep^ vafiCvri' 

i^ jcc Kuva /yuiXurra Ibiiv 6Xo<f>-vpao Ovfif^ 

is iij^l KfnfT^pa rpaiti^as t€ TrXTjOovaas 

KctfLcd* hit iieyipif^j bivehov 5' iirav atfian 0V€V. 420 

(^porinfv b* tiKOvaa &tta Upiifioio Otryarpos, 

^atraivbpfriSi t^p ict€ip€ KAvTai/uu/i^ffT/)?; bok6iiriTis 

<^' ilioC' airip iyia vorl yaCrj X'^^P^^ ieCpoav 

PiXXop iaroBinja-Kiov TT€pl (^oycirip* rj bi Kvvwnis 

wo^fo-OT, ovbi fJLOi irkrj lovri irep els 'Afiao 425 

X^poi xar' d(l)dcL\jioif^ kXiew avv re orJ/m' epclcrat. 

^ oix aiifcSr^i; koI Kvvrcpov &XXo yvvaiKos 

H ns 8^ TOULtka fierh <f>p€cr\v ipya fidXrjTaLy 

oW tij Ktu KcCvri ipLriffaTO ipyov dciic^;, 

ww/wMy Tei(aaa woo-ct (l)6vov. ij toi i<f>r\v ye 430 

wnr(i(rto$ ir€i£5£0'0'ty id^ d/uuico-crii; ifiolinv 

*w5' iXet/o-eo^of ^ 6' If oxa Xvypi iSvta 

rf T€ Kor* a7(7X09 ^X^^ '^^^ ^acropAvrifnv dirCaa-ui 

^vripria'i yvvai^y koI ij k' evepybs h^aw.^ 

Qs i<l>aT*, avTop kyi pav ipLei^pievos Trpoaienrov 435 
* « iroiroi, fj pAka 8^ yorov 'Arp&s eipvova Zeis 
<«riyXa)5 VX^^P^ yvvaiKcCas bia fiovkas 
^C ^X?^' ^EX^i/Tjs /x^i' d'TTcoXofted' eii/exa ttoAXoi, 
ffol ^ KXvTaip.vri(JTprj boXov ijprue ttjAo^' i6vn.^ 

Qs i^>ipLrpf, 6 bi p^ avrU^ iipei^opevos itpoo'iei'ne 
^$ vw p.'/JTroT€ Kol aif yvvcuKC Trep ijmos e&ai* 441 

M ol fiv^oi; Airain-a Tn<t>av<TK€p.ev, Sv k' & e25^s, 



liAA' oi rrot y\ '08i)(t«S, (jtovos ^o-ircrei Ik ye yvvaiKit 
KCr/v yap Tuinir-q t( kw, tZ i^pecri fiijSea oiSt 
Kovpt] 'iKaploio, -nept^piDv FT'jj'eXo'ireta. 
^ liiv juv Ki!n0'jf ye vi>]v KaT£\eCi:oiJ.eu ^fieh 
epX''V^'''" woAffiJi'Se" wais 8e oi ^v lirl /ia^ 
viiirioy, Ss TTOV jwf ye fi<r' avhp&ii X(€i apiSf^Z, 
oX(3h)s' ij yap tov ye Trar^p 0iXos S^frerai ikOiav, 
Koi Keiuoi Tvaripa Ttpoa-nrC^erai,, ^ fl^fwff kariv, 
1} 5' 1/^^ ouS^ irep ulos ivi,iikrjtyQrfvax Skmtis 
6:fi8aXfioi<ri.v eatre- irii/iDs 8^ fie Tre'</>i'e koi airifw. 
[5AAd 3^ rot ipiu), iri 6' ^ul ^petrt j3<l\Aeo ffpffi' 
Kpii^SSijii, fn;8' Aya^ai'SS, (jiOuiv is irarplSa yaiav 
j/^o Knrio^efiei'af ^nei ovKert TTiirra ywwific.] 
oAA.' 3ye /ioi roSe eiVe Koi ArpeKEtor KOTtlA.e^Oi'j 
ti nou ?rt (t&ovTos &KOverf iraiSos e/ioib, 
1/ iron h/ 'Opxojuer&i, i) lii DijAfi) ij/Aoflo'ern, 
i; TTou wa/i MeyeAob) ivl Sir<ipTTj eipe^ij" 
oi yiip xu) riOvijKfv htt xOovl Bios 'OpeVnjff.' 

-*fis e<^aj^, aurop ^yti (xiu AfxetjSofiieyos' Trpoir^eHl 
' 'Arpet'Sij, ri fie raura Steipeot j ovSe Tt oTBa, 
fdjet 3 y' ^ redvrjKe' KaKov B' duejwiXia /3iifeiv.' 

N(Si f^ei) &s iTsiea-iriv iTreijSofieVo) (rn/yepoio-w 
iaraiifi/ ajfirvufvoL, daXtphv Kara t^Kpv )(4ovTfs' 
?]A9e 8' firi ^vx^l nijAijidSeo) 'AxiA^os 
Ktti riarpoicA^os itai afHj/iovos 'AjTtAo;(oio 
ATorro's fl*, &s fiptcrros fjjy etSor re b^fias re 
r^c £AAwi> Atwauc fter' ifiiiiiova n>]XfCa>va. 

Odyaaeua talks with the ghost of AohlllMi 
lyjjoi 3« v/oix^ fie iroScuKeos AlaK^Sao, 
Kaf p iXoi^vpojUvr) iicta ■arepoevra tipomfuba' 
' Aioy(vis Aaeprti&ii, ■noMjiw^yai'' '06t(rff«G, i 



11. 0AT22EIA2 A. 193 

^(hXu^ Thrr* fri fUtCov hit <l>p€al /m^o-cai ipyov; 

Vtt9 irkris "Atbdirbf KarfkOiiiep^ IvOa re V€Kpol 475 

^pcAics polovatf ppor&v e!5a>Xa KafiSvroiv/ 

^Qs i^OTf oAritp iyi fuv ifxei^dfifvo^ vpoaUiirov 
*tt 'AxiAcO, Urikios vU^ f^yo, ^^pror' ^kyjxiQv^ 
^ov T€ip€<r(ao Karh XP^^^t ^^ ^^^^ PovXriv 
dvot, Sircos ^JBiiajv is Tr<uiTaX6€crcrav iKoCfiriv' 480 

ov yip 'jToo oxc^ii^ ^Xdov 'Ax<3it£^09, ovbi vo) ^i); 
ySs ivipriVi 4AX' aih^ ^o) KOKci* crcto 6', ''AxtAXcv, 
ov 7(9 dif^ irp(yiripoi$€ imKdpraTos oir* X/o' ^irio-orco. 
Tpb /yib^ ydp o-c {Vodi; iriofxev taa 0€oi(tiv 
Afiycibi, vi3p oSre yAya Kparieis vciciecra-iv 485 

W(te' lav T^ /yw} Tt 6<w^v dicax^C^, 'AxtXAcv.' 

*& iifxifiriVi 6 b4 [JL^ avrli^ ififipdixevos irpoaimre 
V^) ^ M<u Oivarov ye Trapavba, <f>aCbf.y! 'Odvo-orcv. 
^XoCfiriv k' iiripovpos ii»v Srjrevifjxv 2A.\(^, 
Mpl irap' 2xXi}p^, i^ /m?) pCoros iroKifS drjy 490 

^ Too-iy i^jai?eor<rt KaTa(l)6iiiivoi<nv ivdarcew, 
^' iye fu)i rov ^atdo; iyavov fiv^oi; ivCaires, 
^ ^cr' j$ TrJXe/biov itpoyuos Ifi/mci/ai ije fcoi ovxf. 
(It^ hi ikoi^ MrikSios ijX'iiiovos el ri iriTnaraaiy 
17 ^ Ixet rifA^y ttoXcotii; fxera MvpfudJi/eoro-ii;, 495 

i iw ia-iiiiCovaiv iv *£AX(ida re ^Oiqv re, 
ofociut fuv Kara yfjpas ^ei x^^P^^ ''^ irrfSas re. 
^ y^ fy^v hfapcaybs irn^ avyhs iJeX^oio, 
TOWS tiiv 0X69 iror' Ivl Tpof^ evpefry 
W^pop Aadir ipuTToVi iLpAvdnv *Apy€Coi(nv* 500 

(2 ro(($<rd' tkOoifu fiCvwdi ir^p is iraripos bQ, 
'"^ Ki rey OTt/faifii fx/i^os Kal x^^P^^ iciwroi/s, 
w xeivov j3iJa>2;rat iipyovalv r' diri rt/ut^s.' 

Us l^or'i avra/o ^ci fxti; dfAeij3Jfxei;o9 TtpwrUk'ttov' 
*^ Toi ^ n^A^or ifxijfiovos (A Ti ireirua^uQiX) V*"^ 

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194 11. OAT2EEIAS A. 

avTap TOl Ttaihos yt NttraroXs'fioHi 0&OIO 
Ttarrav dXijAtfijii ixvO-qaofiat, ms fxe KfXfitts' 
avTOS ydp /iW iym Kotkrjs im yrjos Urrris 
jjyayov iK Skij/jov fiw' hiKii^fiiSas 'A)(at.ovs. 
^ rot or' djj,0l irdAti' Tpobjv (jipa^oififda fimikas, 
altl TT/ifiJTOS ^/3aft Koi ou;^ rffxApravf ^vdiov 
fiitjTuip t' ivridfos nai iyk viKatTKOfiev oloi. 
ai/Tap or ^IJ Tr<6ta> Tpiiaii' fiapvoliitQa xoA^k^, 
oCitot' ivt irXijfli/i (/.('j'O' 5uBpwu ou8' Iv d/^tXy, 
oAXa TTOAii TTpoSiftrKf, rb ill fj,4vos ovbcel ftKOiV 
TToAAour 8' Sinbpas i'ncpvtv in alv^ Sijiot^l. 
TT^vras 6' ovk Sr ^£) jMifl^o-o/iiM ovS' ^vo/i^pio, 
o<r<rov \aoi> ^Triijiiifp aij,vp(t>p 'ApytCotrriiV, 
aXX' oToi' Tov TjjXe^ffitju jcarn'^poro ^oAk^, 
■^pm' 'Eip^-itvkov iToAAoi 8' h/juj)' airrop (Taipot 
K^retoi KTeitoiTO yvvaliav (XvfKa biipaip, 
Kfivov hi) K^XXiaTov ISov ^era Mffivoiia tiov. 
airrhp 5t' fls tintOP KaTe^alvonfu, Si/ k&h' 'Eweii 
'ApytCcop 61 &pitrroi, ffiol 6' ini Trtti^' freroAro, 
[^fi^u ai/aicXwai immuoi' Adx"" ^S' ^TTifleivaf] 
Jufl' SAAoi Aavaav ijyqTopfs rfii /ie'Borrts 
Edjipiiii t' (ifLopyjTjyro rpip-op ff ivo yvia lnaoTO*^ 
K««Jor 8' oS TTore Tra^irau ^yii' t8oH d^floX^i 
ovT wxp^^rrapra yjioa KiitXip-op oure irapeiSy 
h&npv' ofiop^diitpov 6 b4 /!« p,Aka TToXX^ ixirtvai 

Koi h6pv )(aAK0/3ape?, icaKn 8e T/iiutcrtrt fievoiira. 
dXV ore 6!) ripc^i^oio tsoXiv SwTrf'pa-afwu alTr^n, 
fioipap Kal yipas ia0\Av fxt"" *"'' "f^^ t^all'G" 

ovt' aifrotr)((birip oiraffnevas, oM rt iroAXi 
yfyverai h voKi\Li^' iiriiu^ b4 -re jin.^.vBio».**ipn 



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11. 0AY22EIAS A. 195 

Os i<f>ifAripy yltu)(ii bi irohiiKeos AlaKCdao 
i^lra lULKfA fiificura kot* iar(l)ob€kbv X^ix&va, 
yflMmi 8 ol vlbv i<l)viv ipibcUerov eTi/ai. 540 

The ghost of AJaz turns away in angry silenoe. 

Ai y iXK<u yfrifxai v€K6<i)v KaTarcOvridTiav 
ftrroffoaf i^yCiuvai^ flpovro bi m^dc' kKAtmj. 
0&7 }' AlavTos irv}^ TcKajxioviibao 

^ fup iyii vCKqcra biKaCoixevos iraph vrjvai 545 

f€vj(6crw ifixp)* ^AxiXrjo^' i$riK€ bi ttAtvm fJLrirrip, 
[vaSbis bi Tpiaav bUa&av Koi naXXhs ^AOrjvri,'] 

fohjp yap KCifxiKrjv focK* avT&v yala KariayjEUy 

AJa9d\ hs Tr€p\ [ihf ftbos^ ircpl 6' ipya rirvKTo 550 

rdp iXXa>v Aavac^v lur^ ipAiiova IlTjXefcai/a. 

iho phf iyiiv hri€a<n itpo<nivbmf it^^CKiyloKriv* 

* AZdp, TTGU T^KapMvos ifxiifjiovos, ovk Sp* l/xeXXe; 
ov5^ Baviiv Xrjo'ea'dai l/xol x^^^^ €&€Ka reuxjitav 
oiAo/i^ttv ; Th bi mjiia Oeol 64<t(w 'Apye^oio-i, 555 

TOWS yip frifyiv isipyos iir<iSXeo* <r€to 6' 'Axatol 
W 'AxiXXi/os KC^oXrj nr^Xr/Kidao 
k(yi\tj^a ifiOiijJyoio biafiTrepis' oibi ri9 SXX09 
<ur(os, dXX^ Zev9 Aai/ocai; arparbv al^rirdiav 
fwriyXcDS iJx^P^i '"^'^ ^' ^''ri ympav iOrjKev. 560 

«W 4yc dcvpo, &;af, &;' I-ttos koI /utv^oi; aKOiS<rris 
TJliir^pov* bifiaxrov bi fxivos koI ayrjvopa Ovjjlov.' 

*12s i4>diJLriVi i bi y! ovbiv iiicCp^TO^ ^rj bi fi€T^ SXXa? 
^hxhs eis "'Epefios V€k6<av KaTaT€6vrj(OT(ov. 
6^0 x' iyi^s irpoa4(l)ri KCXoXco/x^ro;, if k€v lyi) rov' 565 
^(i jyu)t ^^eXe Ovjio^ hi (rrqOeiTtn ^CKoi<n 
Tw tOiXauf ^x^^ Ibieiv KaTaT€6vt\fATiixv. 

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ig6 11. OarSSEIAS A. 

The ghoats of Minoa, Orion, Tantalus and Bisy^ 

'Erfl' ^ roi Mipoia Xbov, Aios AyAaoi' vtw, 

)^piijfov iTKrj-nTpoii l)(0VTa, dfixiirrevovTa veKvaaiv, 

Ijixfvov ol hi luv antfii tUas flpovra Sniaicra, 

TJHOioi iinaoTfs re, Kar' eipiravAis 'Ai'Soi 85. 

Tou 5« ;i^r' 'iipfioua ireXtupiow (itreifo'jjira 

Tous ovros KaTiiretjuifv iv oloitoKoKTiv opetriri, 
)(tpo-'n' ex'"*' poiraXov TTaYxiKKiov, aihi iayis, 

yiJfft 8^ fiiu cKarEpfle iraplii^vo) ^■"ap iKftpov, 
bipTpov (iTto bivovTe?' 6 6' oi« dirofwiiferx) XfpffC'' 
Aijri ya/) lAjtrjire, Acos Kvbpriv iraptlKOlTU', 
rii/fltiS* ipxofj.hn}v ha KoXAtxopov naroir^o?. 

oo-o-diici yap iciJi/'et' o yipinv TtUetV iieveatvoiv, 
Toairi.)^ ii6<up oTvoAeVKer' ava^poytv, iiufn &i iia 
yaia ijAKai,va <pdvtiTK€, KoraCrivaaKf bi Saf/xwv, 
b4ubp(a b' infrminjKa Kara Kp/jdev x^« itnpirou, 
oyxyii '^<^ p>ia( koi f^^Xeai ayXadKoprrot 
(TUK^ai re yXuKcpai Kal ^Aaiai t-qXedoaxrai' 
TMV ffnoT i&viTft' 6 yipiDV ktii x^P"^ pi6.a-a<r6ai, 
Tos 6' SiifiiOS pfTiT0i7Ke ttotJ v4ij>fa (TKtofvra. 

Kq'i fi^i; SfoTJi^ou ftirflbov Kparip' oAyt' ^oiV 
Aoair ^ooTcltfowa ireXwpioi' &fj,(pOTtpiiffw, 
^ rot fief UKiipfJiTO/iet'oi xepirii' re TrorrCn t* 
Aaac Sfw Adco-Kc Trori Ao^o:'' dAA' 3r< fi^AAoi 
axpov iirfp^akiiu), tot' &.Ttoirrpt>Vfioi« KfrnraiiV 



11. 0AT22EIA2 A. 197 

aSns liretra Tr4hovh€ Kv\Cvb€To Xaxis ivaibris, 
map y* itslr itracKe TiTaiv6fi€V0Si Karh 6^ ihpoDi 
f^Of iK /AcX^coir, Kovhi h* ix Kparbs dpdpet. 600 

The ghost of Heraoles. 

lip Si iiAt €l<r€v6rja'a pir\v ^HpoKkrifCrjVf 
it^koir axrrbs ti fier^ iB<wiToi,<ri $€OL<n 
rifmeroi hf OakCji^ koL ^€i KoXKt<T<fA)pov "Hfirp 

ifufi ii fuv KXayyfi v€k6(av J^v oloav&v &9, 605 

tipro<j^ irvCofiivoMr d d' ipffiv^ iwktI ioiKi>s, 
yvfufov r6£ov lx!^v koL iirl v€vprj(l>iv Starbv^ 

ciupiakios hi ol ipxfi tr^pl (TTrjBca'crtv ioprfjp 
XpArcos fjp TeXofiiiV, tva OiaK^Xa ipya tovkto, 610 

ipKTot 7^ ic/pir^ol re otJcs xapoifol tc A&irrey, 
w\fwai T€ p^OLi re <t>6voi r' ia^bpoKTcurCai re. 
I*i Texpria-ifievos firjb^ iXKo n rexwjo-otro, 
4s Kiwoif TekofJL&va ifj tyKirOero riyyr(. 
^yvo V avrka kcXvos^ iircl tbev 6(l>$aXfjmai^ 615 

mI fi' dXxHJJvpofjLevos l^rea irrepocvra itpomfvba' 
* ^wy€»ks Ao€/ort(l6?7, itokvyLri^av ^Obvacro)^ 
i MiC^ 1} rem koI oi KaKov fiopov fjyriki^eis, 
& ircp iyiiv d\(l€crKov iit avyas rjeXCoLo. 
Zi)vos yiv irals fja KpovCovoSy avrap 6i0v 620 

^^ov i'K€ip€aCriu' /yuiXa yap irokh yjEipovi, (fxarl 
Miitjiirp;^ 6 hi fJLOi \a\eirovs ^irer^AAer' &i$\ov^. 
mI vffri fi IvB&b^ lirefx>/re k6v^ i^ovT*' ov yap Ir' SXAor 
^Ceto rovbi yi pjoi xaXcndrcpov elvai icOXov, 
T^ yiu iyiiv iviv€i.Ka koX rjycyov i^ 'Ai5ao* 635 

^^piulas hi fi' Iwe/xi/rev Ibi y\ xvfcwiri? *A0^vx\J 



198 11. 0AT22EIA2 A. 



Odysseiu retires fearing he might see the Gorgon's ! 

^X2s €2irci>]; 6 fxh; avrts ifiri b6iJLOV "A'ibos clcro), 
airhp iyiiv airov yJvov iyim^hov^ el rt9 &' iXOoi, 
ivhpwf fjp<i(0Vf 0% bri t6 'jrp6(r$€V Skovro. 
Ka( v6 k' in irporipovs Ihov ipipas^ ots iOckdv v^p 
\Qh\cria Il€ipC0o6v re^ OeQv ipiicvbia riici;a*] 
dXKh TTpiv hd iOv€ iycCpero fxvpCa V€Kp&v 
fjy^ 6€<rK€(rCri' ifjii bi xXoophv b4os ^fpet, 
fiTf fJLOi Topyftqv K€<l>akriv bcivolo veXcS/oov 
i£ ''A'ibos 'jr4ii'\lr€i€V iyavri Ile/Mrc^Jvcta. 
avrfe* ftr€tr' ivl vrja ictwj; iK^kevov iraCpovs 
airnrS^ r' iixpaCv^w avi re ir/w/un^o-ta Xvatu* 
ol 5' atyjr^ Arfiaivov Kal iiii KKrficn KaBl^ov, 
T^v b\ Kar* 'XlKCou/di; irorafibv <f>ip€ KvjjLa p6oio^ 
irp&Ta /yto; flpetrhj^ iier4ir€LTa bi KiXkipios oipos* 



0AY22EIA2 M. 

Betnm to Aeaea and burial of Elpenor. 

kirip ferci irora/AOtb kCvev p6ov 'XlKeovoto 
w/uy, imh V &c€To kv/uui Ooki.<T<rr\s €vpvir6poio 
^(rov r' AlaCqVy 801 T* 'Hovs ffptyevcbis 
oixia Koi \opol €l<n koL ivToKcHi 'HcXfoio, 

^K ift icol ccvrol PrJiJL€V iirl p7\y\xwi 9aXia<rri9. 
^a 8* imoppC^carrcs IjicCvafxev *ll& btav. 

H/i09 d' ripiyiu€ia <f>ivrj pobobiKTvXos 'Hci)9, 
^ tot' ^i»y lr(Jpovs TSpoUiv is btifiara KCpKris 
ot^fwai v€Kpbv ^EXirrfVopa TcOirq&Ta. lo 

^rpois 8' a?^a rafjAivTes, S6^ iKporirq irpo^x' i^r^, 
^^BTOfxaf ixv6fi€Voi^ OaXepbv Kara binpy xiovres. 
^bp cirel V€Kp6$ t' iKiq Koi TctJx^ct vcKpoVy 
^uPop \€6avT€s Kot €7rl crr^Xryv ipiaavrcs 
^iaiuv iKporiri^ Tt;|uij3(p ewjpcs ip^Tfidv. 15 

'Hficb fill; ret iKacrra buCTTOfifV ovb* Spa KCpKr}v 
i( ^ACbcon iX96vr€S tXrj6ofi€Vy aXKa fiiX^ S)Ka 
fiXff ivTvvojUvrj' ifux 5' &ii(l>CTtokoi <f>ipov avrfj 
<nTov Kal Kpia iroXXa Koi aidoisa olvov ipv0p6v. 
^V iv yA(rcr<^ crraxra fxerrpiba bla B^ixinv' 20 



• aoo 12. OATSSEIAS M. 

^icrtfayees, St« t' tiA\ot Sna^ 6u7i<rKoviT auBpatiot. 
tiXX' SyfT* iffOUrt ^p^/j-rjv Koi itlviTf otvov 
aiudi Trainj/xeptoi' Sfia S' j)oT ^oivofi^j^^i 

<n]iiaviai, tva. ^irf n jcaxo^pof/jiij oAeyenii) 

i? TQTi fiee Trpoirou Jjfiop ^s '^4\tov KoroSwra 
iJHida baipviievoi Kp4a t &mfTa Koi jiidv ti&v' 
rjnos 8' ^AtoF Kar^Bii icai «7r! Kvitfias ijXdfii, 
oi liip KOiiiT^craVTo Ttapa ■nfynfj.v^a-i.a vr/os, 
ij B' ijxi ')((ipos iXoutra if>lXii>p a,T!0v6a'(l)iv Ira^puii 
(W re (toi Ttpotr^XeKTo (tot l^fpifiufV eKaoro" 

Koi Tifre 8^ ft' l-nUaui •7:poin}vta itotpm KipKij" 

Cicoe tells Odjaseus of the dnneers that taeaet Ida vo] 
' Tavra (i.fp oyriD Trdira iKJieCpawai, oii S' okouo 
lEs Toi lyoij) ^p^tu, /ijj^CTei de ire kcei fleir avro'f. 
Sdp^uas /iJi' Tip&TOv atjil^tai, aX pd Tf isiiiTas 
avSpioirovs deKyovaiv, OTli o-^e'os <t<ra0fKifrcu. 
Ss rts dtSpeftj irfAtiiTji irai i^fliiyyou aKOTJOT] 
Sfip^ytiHJ, r^ S' oii rt yw^ itai vfjTna Tixva 
ohtabf votrrqiyavn ■napiurarai oiBi yamvra^ 
ak\6. T€ Sfipfjvfs Xiyvp^ QiXyoviriv ttocSij, 
jjftfliat ^c Xfip-Sivi- TToAiFj 8' a/ii^' oorto'iJiHJ dh 
&vbpwv Trvdoiiiviov, -ntpl bi pivol fxiinjOovtrt. 

how he miut aroid the Siiena, 
aX\h trapk^ iKdav, ittl S' ovar SXfixltai iraipiiMi 



13. 0AT22EIAS M. 20i 

^ivT<iiv o"' iv vril dofj x^^P^J ''* irobas re 50 

>pSov h laroTribjiy iK 6* avrov ircCpar^ ianj(l)$<a, 

I U K€ XUroTjai hipovs kva-aC re KcXct^rys, 

I fie (t' Irt wXerfyeo-tri tot^ iv dccr/uLoTa-i hbivTcav. 

and the perils of the passage by the Flanotae. 

AvTop iirriv hrj ris ye irapi^ eXdo-oxrw iraipoiy 55 
I'^a ro4 ovKh^ Iweera birjveKioas dryopevaoi 
moriprj irj rot 68iy Icrcrcrat, AXXa Koi avrbs 
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fOev jiiv yap irirpai, ^7r?7pc<^c€S, wporl 6' avras 
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k Hj K^hrq ye ira/oc-TrXo) TtovTOiropo^ vqvs 
^pyi irao-i ijJXovaay irap* AlrjTao irXiovaa* 70 

0^ W; fce r^v iv6^ Sfca jSoAei; /xey(iA.as worl irirpas, 
U "Hpry irapiirefiylrev, eTTcl <^^os ijei; 'Irjo-coi;. 

She tells him of the passage between Soylla and 

ChorybdiSy 

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l^iji 5' e^ltrxu Ke<j>akas bnpoio ^fpiSpov, 
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^oo-KoiT 'HcXfoio p6€S Kot t<f>ia fxrjka, 
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dyfri itaKaJs iiflat, dK(<ras wico ■naiiTas iraipovs. 

OdTasana sets sail with his oomrftdes. 
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aiiToii T hjX^aivHv a.v& 7< 'J!pv}uiticri.a XvaM. 

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ijp.f6a- TTiv 8' aue^o's re KK/Sepr^TTjs r' Muke. 
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ThOT reooli tlia Slreca' coaat. and OdyoMiu t 
tlielf song Qnlurmad. 

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12. 0AT22EIA2 M. 205 

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^ KaTiarria'OVy tva vcairiprjv &r' iKovoTjs. 185 

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ati//' inb KTjpbv IkovTo ijiol ipCrjpfs fraipot, 
Su fffftiv eii' aurh; iktiyfr', ifU r in beafiiiv aviXviraii 

The surf and the amoka at tlie Planotoe, 
'AAA' Sre 6^ rjju vjjaop iKtiTiofifii, avrW ^irtirot 
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rav 8' apa Stiffdurcuii ^k ytiptav lirraT' iperfia, 
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rrjGs, ^ir«i ovkIt' ipfTna irpo^icco xe/irriw lireiyoi'. 
avrap lyi Sire ii^jor iij/ uT-pupoc iraCpovs 
fi€X.i)(^[ois hrieircri i:apai7raZ6v avbpa ^Kaarov' 

''ii ^iKoi, oi yap via n KaxSiv aZai'movis eiftf 
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Tbe strait between Soylla and Charybdis. 

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Soylla's at&ok. 

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)(fipas iixol 6p4yovrai iv almj Sijior^ri. 
oXimirrov 6j( Ktivo iiiol^ ISov ^flaXfioiin 
nivToiv oatr' ifj-oyrirra iropoui aXis iifpffCvtmr. 

ArrlToI at the Thiinaaian lala. 
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2ki!AAjjii r', afirtu' iireira Ofov « ifiviiova vijirov 
lK6iif6'- «ifla S' Iffav KaXai ^o'es fvpufxtroHioi, 
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oi 8' efws ^ep (titou IxP" ""^ o'l/oy fpv6pbv, 
TOiPpa ^aSiv &Trfx^VTO kiXat6fi(voi fii&roio, 
dAA' ore 6^ vijor (^tt^Qno fji.a •navrOi 
Kttl 8^ &ypr]v iipffitiTKOV aXr]TeiovTfs iviyKt], 
l}(dvi opvidis Tf, <ji(kai n xfipai ixono, 
yvafiTTTois AyKCtrrpouriV ereipe Si yaaripa Kip^i 
8^ rifr' iyiiiv hvk vrjtrov aTt4imxov, oijipa dfoTaai 
n^lp^-qv, ft tCs /xoi oSiu ^^t'eie vffffdat. 
oAA' Srf Sfl 8ta v^frov iiiJ fjAu^o fTalpov^, 
^ei/MiS ynZ/dfiepos, 30' ^ttI (ric^was iJiJ di'^jjoio, 
ripiip.rji' TTtWeo-tA fleow o* 'OAufXwov ^xovmv- 
01 8' apo fiDi yXuicvi' iJm'oi' tTrt 0Xftpipoia-ip €}(• 
EvpvXoxos 8' ^rti/Miiffi kok^s ^^px^ro /SovA^s. 

■ndvTts niv tnvytpoX dAvaroi tdKoiin ^poroitn, 
Xt^ 6' oIktiittoi' dcwidv itai wrfr/io:' ^mirTrtii*. 
dW' oyer', 'HfAfoio ;9o£i' l\d(Taw<s aplaras 
iefofifw dSiwdroKW, T^i ovpavov evpvv i)(OVinv, 
ti &i Ktv (Is 'I^iSkiju &if>iKolp.f6a, warpiSa yatov, 
fl'^'fi KK" 'HeXCtp 'X-nfplovt itiova vr/bv 
Tfv^ofite, hi hi K( StV*" i'y^^F*-'^* TioXtCa uilk Vt 



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12. 0ATS2EIA2 M. 3ii 

c{ a \ok(o<rifi€v6s ri fia&p dpOoKpcupdcav 

^Qs liJMT* Evpdikoxos^ iifi 6' fjveov SX\oi Iraipot. 
ovr(ka V 'HeXibu> fioQv iXJuravTCS ipCaras 
fyfiOfir oif yhp rrjkt vths KvaifOTrpi^poio 
PofTKiaKOvO* 2\u€9 KoXat p6€S cvpvfx^ToyjTOf 355 

Toy hi 'tt€pUm\irav T€ kclL cvxcrrfcorro ^eorcri, 
^tiXXa bp€\^6ji€voi T4p€va bpvos v^iKo/moio* 
ov yap ixav upl Xsokov hxraikixov iirl vri6s» 
(orrap iir€C p' cSfopro Koi ia-<t>a(<w kolI Idcipoi^, 
WpotJs T* i^irapAV Kari re kj/^ot; ^KaXv>/raj; 360 

wirrvj^o 90t770-(nn'€9, iir' avr&v b' ipioOirqa-av* 
^ d)(op ixiOv Xeii/rat iir aWopiivoLs UpoTaiVy 
^ ibari airivbwTcs fircSTrrcoi; lyxara Trdvra. 
^^ap ^l Kara fA^p* iKoirj koI (nrXdyxv inacravro^ 
V^'KK6v T ipa riXXa koI &pL(l>^ dpekoiaw litcipcaf. 365 

Kai t6t€ pLoi p\€<l)dp(ov i^iaavro vrjbvpLOs ihrvov 
^v 5' livat iirl v^a Bofiv Kal dwa doKduraris. 
^ St€ bri <TX.€b^ ija KLwv vehs djuu^ieX^o-cn;;, 
Kol T(fr€ fi€ iaft(rris ipt,<l>ri\v6€V rjbvs ivrfMrj* 
oljui^as bi 0€oun ixer* i^avdroicri yeydvcvv* 370 

* ZcO Trdrep fjb* 6XX01 piaKapes Oeol aliv iovrcSi 
? M€ jwJX' cfe arijy KOi/x^o-arc yTjXet ifTn;^, 
01 y crapot /Lt€ya Ipyoy ipt,rjTC(ravTo pLivovT€sJ 

Q>K€a 6' 'HeX^o) ^Tircphvi iyycXos ijXOf, 
^«Mir€TW7 TOWTreTrXoy, 3 ol jSJay ^Krap^v ffpiels, 375 

^&a y aOavdroKri pienjvba x^oficyos ic^p* 

Helios demands Tengeanoe, whioh Zeus promises. 

Pa 



3ia 13. 0AT2SEIAS M. 

Tiirai Si) irdpovs Aatpridbfio 'Obvirtjos, 

ol /iev ^oGs iKTtipav vtsep^iov, f\ai.v lyd ye 

\aipeiTKOv p.iv lav ds ovpavbv aarfpofvra, 

^8' OTTtfr' &\jr /ttJ yOLav &T! ahpavoStV itpoTpaTTotp-li 

^iiTOfiai eis 'ACSao Kol hi vtniiadi, rf>a(ivii>' 

Top 6' ATtaiiei^oixei/oi -wporrciftri vttjxKriyepfTa Zevt^- 
' 'HfXi, ij roi fiiv ai liev' li6avdT0i,ai, (pdeive 
Kal dirrjTOiai ^poToitrw ivX feidojpou &pDvpav' 
T&v 8e K iya rd)(a vija Sor/v dpy^rt Mpaviii^ 
TvrBa l^aXbiv Ktatraifxs fi^irif ivl ohom -novTif. 

Tavra S' iy&>p TjKOVira KaXtr^ovs 'qvKOfioio' 
{/ B' lijiri 'Epfisiao Siaicrdpov airni dicoSiTai. 

Avrap ii!(i p' eiri vrja KaT^kvBov Tjhi BaKaairau, 
iKiKtou &KKo0fv ahXov iT7UTTabbii, oibi Tt ti.iJxos 
eiptUfvai, hvvanetrda- j3d«s B' airfTedvaffait ^Si). 
Toimv 6' avrW eirttra 6eot Tfpaa -nprnijiaivov 
ftp-Bop fiiv pi.vo\, Kpka B' d/xi^' D^SeXoccrt |Lie/iii«e(, 
oTrroXea re Kal afio" /Sofiji 6' fis yCyvtro ^oivrj. 

'E^/xap ^ice e7r«ir« ^fxoi iplijpts kraipoi. 
baCwvr' ^HfXioio ^omv ikdaavTts apiitrav 
oAA.' Sre B^ t^hoft-ov ^/(lap iirl Zeus fl^ice Kpovltu 
KQi ro'r' Iwetr aiifij,os fill" ^irovtroTO A.aAo7rt Wuii', 
^ptts 5' ai\jf' ivajid-vrts Ivi'iKafifv eupit iidvTa, 
loTov (mjadp^fvoi aod ff' iirfia A«Jk' ip^a-aurts. 



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storm and shipwreck of Odyaaeiui, 
'AAX' 07« St) ti/u vfitTov l\dzop,fp, ouBe Tts aWrj 
ipalvfTO yaidiav, &X)< ovpaviis vj5^ Bdkaa-a-a, 
bi] rdre Kvavirje vetjiik-rjv Icmjire KpovCtov 

n S' i&fi ov liiika TToXXov eitX -jijiovQii' w^o. "i^ ? 



i 

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400 

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12. 0AY2SEIAS M. 213 

Kfuhiyiis Zi4n)pos^ H'^^JI <^ XatXairi Ma>r, 

unov bi TTporSvovs Ifiprjf ivifwio Oi/eXXa 

ifuj^cripovs* hrrbs V STrCcra) iria-cVy oirXa tc irivra 410 

(k ivrkov Kari^QjvO^' 6 8' jpa irp^ixvij ivl vrjl 

irA^fc Kvp€pvrJT€(o icf^aX^i;, (tvv 8' Sari^ &pa^€ 

T<W ifjwbLS K€^aXris' 6 5' Sp' ipvexrrrjpi ioiKiis 

Kimccr^ M lKpi6<l>iv, Xftrc 8' ^orfo ^/md; dyrjvoip. 

Z€^9 8' ^v8is pp6vTrjcr€ Koi I/Lij3a\6 zn/l K€pavv6v' 415 

iy 5' ^XeXix^ TToo-a Ai8y itXrjyeLa-a Kepavv^^ 

h ti OceCov irkrjro* iricrov 8' iK vrjhs eraipoi. 

ol a KOpivrjinv TiceXot T:€p\ vr^a fxiXaivav 

Kijia(nv ipxfyopiovTOf Oeos 8' imoaiwro v6(ttov, 

Airhp iyii hih mihs i<fiolr(ti>v^ 6<f>p imh rolypvs 420 
XtHTc Kkihiov TpSiTios' T7JV 8^ yjnXriv <f)4p€ Kvpxi. 
i^ U ol larhv apa^c ttotI TpSinv' avrap iir avrta 
hlrcvos pipXriTOy fiobs pivoio Tcrevxm. 
T^ p ipjcfHO cwiepyov 6p.ov TpSinv rJ8^ koI Iotoi;, 
H^i^os 8' ivl Tois <i>€p6p.r\v iXoois ivip.oi(Tiv. 425 

who is drifted back to fha terrible strait. 

Ei^ ^ roi Ziifwpos [i^v iTraCcaTo XaOiani Bionv^ 
vWe 8' I-jtI Nrfroff Sxa, <i>ip(ji>v kp.& iXyea Ovp,<^y 
%' fri j^v 6\or\v ivaiM€Tpi/i(TaiiMi Xipvphiv, 
Tfiwvi^io^ (jiepSfxriv, ifxa 8' rjeXCtj^ iviSvri 
^6(w tin ^iciXXrjs cKOTreXov beLvrjv re Xipvl3hiv, 430 
4 M^ iaf€^poCpbrjcr€ OaXia-aijs aXixvpov ijb<»>p' 
flfrip iyii 'JTOtI pLOKpOV ipLVfhv v^rfo*' &€p0€h 

'^i vpwr<l)ifs ^ip'^v m WKrepCs' oibi ttji etxpv 

*^€ anipC^ai irocrlv IpLirebov ovr' iiTLPrjvcu* 

pt((u yhp iKhs cTxpv, iinjaipoi 8' Icrav Jfoi, 435 

/'^pof r€ pLcyiKoi t€, KarearKlaov bk Xdpv^&iv. 



214 12. OATSSEIAS M. 

loTov Kol rp&niv aSri$' hXhoyilvi^ hi fioi ^\0ov 
S^* Jjfws y iifl b6fmoif a]n)f> iyofnfOtif iviarq 
Kpivcov vtUca TToXXa hiKaCoiMCViav alCfi&Vy 
TTJfws bfj ri y€ bovpa Xafrd^ios i$€<paiv$ri» 
fJKa d' iyi^ KaOHitcpdf ir6bas koI X^^/^ (f^pearOcUy 
lUcrcri^ 9 ivboilhTriaa iropef vcpifxriKca bovpa^ 
kCofxevos 5' iirl roitri bi'^peaa x€paiv ififfcri. 
\J&K6XX'riv b^ ovk4t* iafT€ itarrip ivbp&v re 6e&v re 
elaibietv* ou yip k€V ivlKffiuyov oX'niv SK^Opov^ 

Arrival at Calypso's isle. 

'^vB€V d' hnnjpLop <l>€p6iMrjVy SeKcJrTy b4 fi€ wktI 
vrjcrov is ^HyuyCrjv itiKaaaif Oeol, ivBa KoAv^^o) 
vaUi ivnXiKopjoSy deu^ Q^hs avbrJ€<r(raf 
i} fit' i(l)C\€i t' MfMCi T€. tC Toi Ti46c pv$oXoy€v<a ; 
Tjbrj yip Toi x^^C^^ ifivOcSfxriv ivi otK<^ 
a-oC re Kci l<f>6CiArj dXdxfp* ^x^p^ bi pjol iartv 
oSris dpiC^\a)9 €lprip,iva fiv&oKoyeifLV. 



SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 



CONTENTS. 



§ I Epic Dialect 

a Digamma. 

3 Shortening, loigthening, etc. 

of Vowels. 

4 Contraction. 

5 Hiatos. 

6 Elision. 

7 Apoo^. 

8 Consonants. 

9 First Declension. 
ID Second Declension. 
II Third Declension. 

la Special Terminations. 



$ 13 Adjectiyes. 

14 The Artide. 

15 Pronouns. 

1 6 Augment and Reduplication, 
xj Terminations of Moods and 

Tenses. 

18 Contracted Verbs. 

19 Fut. and Aor. I. Act. and 

Med. 

20 Aor. II. Act. and Med. 
a I Perfect and Pluperfect. 
a a Aor. I. and II. Pass. 
23 Verbs in fu. 



§1. 

The Epic dialect, in which the Homeric forms are preserved, may be 
described as the Early-Ionic, of which Attic was a later development. But 
We cannot venture to regard these poems as a monument of a particular 
<^lect prevalent at any one time. For the Epic is rather a poetical dialect; 
its fonns largely modified by the metrical requirements of the hexameter, 
^ by the many changes necessarily produced by an indefinitely long period 
of oral transmission, before writing was invented or had become conmion. 



« 2. 

^des the twenty-four letters of the Greek classic alphabet, there existed 
formerly a letter called, from its sound, Vau (equivalent to our v or «/), and, 
ifoiQ its form {f, i. e. jf*), the double gamma or digamma. This letter fell 
^7 into disuse in the written language, so that it is not found in our 
Homeric text ; but there are unmistakeable traces of its previous existence 
^t. We must be content with pointing out the commonest In such a 
^<Wibination as rhv 8* i^fce/jBcT* lirctra 6.va^ or lUya jA^aaro ipyov, we 
sboDld expect to find lirccr' Su^a^ and fi^aar* tpyov. Instead of dmotUev or 
^*M(t(u, we should naturally write dvc/ico; and dirc^iro;. But there was a time 
•hen the words were pronounced f6va(, f^pyoy, dvop€iKO)^ dvoffivoj, so 
^i no elision took place. The presence of an original digamma may be 
^*^ffntd not <MBly from its effect upon the metre and the forms of words, 
bQtfr<nn a comparison of Greek with cognate languages, e.^.foTfco^^^v^^kx^ 
*fp8t,Lat fdfus; fotvot, vinum, *wiiie* ; p4oir€po«, vesper ; ^v^w»^w.Aw%' 
fhof', 'work.' 



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2l6 SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 



§ 3. Vowelfl, 
(i) The a in Attic gencrilly appears in the Homeric dialed a 
iyof^, ^up^ao/lai, trp^oBw, XfijF. Sometimu d is changed lo Tj, I 

(2) ( may be Unglhimd 10 t>, ^iafna, sfivit, iwi, 'Epiiuaif 
Bftti; into ij, ri^^/ifroi, i}v. 

(3) D lenglhened to av, vovKiit, laSvoi ; to m, woi^ ^Tvot^ai^ 
Aiitii'inTru, ivuiaroi; to oi, Inml 

(4) 1] iWleiWif fo (, ai in Conjunctives IBittTt, d9(T(, ^a-fcai ) 
u in Coojuncdvci Tpaniloiuv. i^fipi 

(g) Befbie or a^ei ij the addition 
^Aioi=^ioi; as also before (. as f 

(6) Ad Ci") often changes to lai. as 'At/mi'Mo, "ATpffB™, Th 
chuige beiireen short and long vowels is called Meialbi 
fan often read u tlst. Cp. dn^i^^oioi and iTupilatot. 

% 4. Contraotion. 

(l) Contraction generally followi the ordinary mies, with the 
that fo and fou may conlfjict into to. as B&paev; yi-fiiviw, 0dM(Vi 

(a) Frcquenlly words remain uncontracted, as d/nv, nli, ^n-fl 
times contraction lakes place «■■— ■■ ■■ '- '"■- -^ 

(3) When two vowels whlct 
Il.jy are often pronoanced as for 
Hi tBSoiioi, lirtl st. This is called Synizisis. 

5 5. Hiatus. 

When two vowels come together without elision or conlractio«l3 
place, it is called Hiatus. This generally occurs when one word roi 
the next begins with a vowel. Hiatus, which is taiely admissible in 
poelry, is frequent in the Homeric hexameter, especially (1) aAet the 1 
I and u, as miSi | Smufniy; or (a) when there is a paose in the sense be 
the two words, as '0\iiant. | ev nJ t' 'OSvaati,: or (j) when the Rnal 
ii long, and stands in Arsis, as h/riSi^ | "OBuaiJi ; or (4) when a Sad 
vowel 01 diphthong is made short before a vowel following, ai i-ikit 
hil C- u u -), o!«« I Iffov (- u ^. -). Many apparent cases of Hilt 
only traces of a lost digainini. 



j 6. Elieion. 
In the Homeric hexameter not only are the vo 
/requently the diphthongs <u, u pcnJXo[i' lioi, in 
31 ' in the dative and in 6ri, The v liftXmiBTi 
^s well 2s before vawelt. 



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SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 21 7 

§ 7. Apocope. 
Before a following consonant, the short final yowel in SpOt irapc^, iy^, kut^, 
maj be dropped. This is called Apocope. The r of /icar[d] so shortened 
Unmhtes itself to the following consonant — tcdmreae, xdfifxopoit fcdir vidiov, 
idM Kopwpifif, mSXAiire ; and similarly the v of iy[SL] before a - failowiB g v or 
A, IS ^ w&koy, dXK6€ffK€, 

$ 8. Consonants. 

We often find— 

(i) Metathesis, especially with p and a, e. g. Kopblrf and Kpablrf, B&paos 
sod Opdffos, K6pm<no9 and Kp&riCTot. 

(a) Doubiing of a consonant, especially of X, /x, v, p, as HXXafiov, tfjifmOov, 
i^rrfTTM, Toaaos ; so, also, Smrwi, trri, irthxKK&u, t^^nat, A short final 
Towd is often made long when followed by a word which begins i^nth 
X, /I, r, p, (T, 8, or which originally began with the f (§ 2), as iroAAa Xia- 
eojui^, IrT vwf, li^ /teYdpoiai. 

(3) Conyersely, a single X or o* may take the place of the doubled liquid 
or sibilant, as 'Ax<^c^«f 'OBvat^s. 

DEOIiENSIONS. 

§ 9. First Declension. 

(1) For 8 in the singular, Homer always has 17, Tpotrf, Bfiprj, v^rjviris, ex- 
opt 0cfli and some proper names. 

(2) JE remains unchanged, as fiaaiXtia, except in abstract nouns in cta, 
OM, as ikii0€iti for dX^Otid. 

(3) The Nom. sing, of some masculines in 17s, is shortened into cS, as Iw- 
votS, vt^tKxff^piriL 

(4) Qen. sing, from masc. in 17s ends in ao or ea; (see § 8. 6) ; sometimes 
cotttncted to m. 

(5) Gen. plnr. ends in cuow or coik, sometimes contracted to (vk, as yuiuuv, 

(6) Dtt plnr. i^ffi or ps, as in^X27(rt, axl^ris ; but ^coTs, dxraTs. 

§ 10. Second Declension. 
Special forms — 
(0 Geo. iing. in 010. 
(3) Gen. and Dat. dual oicr. 
(3) Dat plural onrily]. 

% U. Third Declension. 

(x) Dat. and Gen. dual ouv. 
(3) Dat. plur. ccri, co'O'c, and, after yowels, ca. 

(3) VoaoM in if» (€s) and os (Gen. €ot) and as (Gtiv. a«%^ \t\sATi \ox "^^ 
^OHput the uacoDtractcd forms; cos is often conliaicte^ m\o «»%• Vv*^^ 



«o8 12. OAT2SEIAS M. 

avTOV 8' fli/i $vpri<n naTijcrflie KfKkTjyovras, 
X«ipas ifiol ipryovras iv alvfj Sijcor^t. 
oLKTitrrov 6t; Ktivo e/^oTf l&ov o^floXjUoTo-t 
■navTwv oira' ifioyitra TTiSpoi;? oAij i^epffivaiv. 

AiriTsl at (ha ThrinaolKii Ma. 

Airap ind TtfTpas ^vyontv heiv/ju rt Xdpv^bat 
SicihXriv t', aur^K* lirttro 0eoi! t? Ajj-vnova v^aov 
iKOfuB'- ?v6a h' Icrctv Kukdi /3oes fipvfUraitoi, 
TtoKka Si lij>ia fi^X' 'T'TCfplovos 'Hehloio, 
Svj tot' ^iv Irt ir(furu> eiiF ^v mjl fieXoiwj 
liVKiiOp.ov r' ^KOT/o-a ^oSu avXifofxciiiuv 
olSiv Tf ^A.iJXl"' 'f'"' M^" ^Tos ifitrffff 8vp^ 
n6,VTi]0i aXaov, Qri^alov "Tfipfrrlao, 
Kipicjjs t' AEafijr, oX ptot p.a\a wdAX' eir^tAAoi' 
tnjffov iXtiaaGai T(p\jniJ.pp6Tov 'H(K(oio. 
hii t6t' iyi)V (T&poiin p.enjiib<op, dx^jftwos K^p' 

' 'K4k\vt4 fieu p-vdiav, kokA -ntp TTiio-xoiTfs iral^ 
o^p' ipiu ftiiia pavr^ia tfipftrCao 
Kipicjj r' Ainftjs, ot p,oi,fpaX.a ■noXk' itiireXXov 
PTJirou aXtvaaOai Tfpyjfiix^poTov 'HeAfoio' 
!v0a yap atv6TaT0i> KaKov tp.fj.fvai app.iv f^turKog, 
oXkh. Ttapk^ Tjjii vrjtrov iKavverf v^a itikaivav' 

*iir i<tnilj,r)v, ToXaiv 8J KaTiKkdaOTj (plKov rjrop, 
avTiKa 8 Eip'uko}(os rnvytp^ p.' ijftfl^eTO y.i6i^- 

' Sx^XhSj fls, 'OSv<Tfv, Ttfpi Tot /xeros oHi rt 
KOfiVfir TJ pa IV troC ye a-i^pea wtWa rhvicTat, 
5s p' trdpous KOfiiTM aSijKOTOT ^5 J itai CjiMp 
ouK fdas yaCiji i-ni^'^ixtvai, h0a Ktv oBre 
(^(Tifi iu dp,^i,pvro Xapov TervKaip-tQa. hopvov, 
aXk avrioi 8t^ i^kt^ Boip) dA(iX7]<rdai tivfuyof, 



12. OAT22EIAS M. 209 

a vvKT&v 5' ivefwi x^^'^t^^j brjkrjfiara vrjQv, 
yiyvovrcu' irfj Kiv ns inT€K(f)ijyoL aiirvv ok^BpoVy 

1} Norov rj Z€<f>iipot,o bvcaios, ol re juwlXtora 

i^^a hia^palova-iy OtQv Hktitl ivaicrcov. 290 

aU' ^ rot vvv [jl^v irctOfificda wktI fickaCvfi 

Ufmov 0* 6Tr\i(r6[JL€(r6a Oofj irapa vrjl fiivovres' 

rfiOev 5' iiva^Avr^^ ivrjo-ofiev evph ttowcj).' 

*12y i<^aT^ 'EApriXoyps^ Im 5' ^z;€oi; iXKoi kraipou 
mL Tore 5?) ylyvoaa-KOV h hr\ KaKO, firfbero baCfiMVy 295 
Kol HIV {JHovrja-as lirea irrepoewa irpooTivbcav* 

* Ev/wJAox*, rj p.&Ka br^ jute jSwiiere pjovvov i6vTa* 
oXX' Sye wi' fwi TrivT€s 6fi6(r(raT€ Kaprcpov SpKOVy 
€1 Ki to/ 17^ jSowi' iyiXrjv rj ttGv jut^y' oJwz; 
^pwfier, jut?7 wot; rts drao"^aA.6ya"t KaKfja-iv 300 

^ jSoiJi; 1]^ Ti fiTJXov iiTroKTdvri' iXXh iKiyXot 
^(^^€Te ppdfjLrjv^ TTiv idavinj nope KCpicrj,* 

Qs l<l>dfiqVi ol 5' avriV iLirdpLWOV &s iK^kevov, 
<*W"ip ^ire^ p' opxxriv re reAcvrrya-cti; re roi; SpKOv, 
^(Tcmof €V kipAvi yka(l}Vp& evepyia vrja 305 

wyx' ^aros yAvKepoto, Kat i^air^Prjadv cratpot 
^os, ?3retra 5^ bopirov €TrL<rraijJv($>s rerikovTO^ 
<^V ^^^l TToa-Los Kou ibrjrvos ^f Ipoi; Iwo, 
^^^ili€Voi ifi Iwetra ^^ovs IkAoioi; iraCpovSy 
m ((f>ay€ SfrtJAAiy yka<f>vprJ9 Ik z;rjos lAouo-a" 310 

'^<tt(Jweo'o"t 5^ roio-ti; l-Ti^Av^e inySvjutos Uttvos'. 
W 6i rp/x« WKros liyr, fxera 5' &oTpa j3ej3r}Kei, 
*^P0'«' ftrt fa^i; iv^pjov V€(f)€krjY€pha Zevs 
Aa{Xairt OcaireirCriy avv b^ P€(f)i€<Ta-i KoAv^/re 
>ttuw; o/jmw Kol TTovTow 6p(ip€L 8' ovpavodev wf. 315 
Ws 8' rjpiy4v€ta (fxivrj pobobdKTvkos 'Hcby, 
^M^i^ &p/jti<ra/x€y, Kolkov o"7r^os elaepxiaavrtsT 

P 



12. OiTSSEIAS M. 

Kill roV (yiiv ttyopvju 6ifj,(vos fxera iracrw HwaoV 
' ''Q <pi\oi, ie yap vrfi flojj jSpSurU re TioVts re 

SctroB yap fleoS aiSe /3dt! kqI t^ta ij,fjKa, 
'HeXt'ou, &? TTttw' i<f>opa Koi -navT iisoKovti.' 

"Weather-bouBd and faBlf-famlahed, the? slaughter thili 
of HelioB. 

*iis i^ajUijii, ToiiTK' S' isfTCfidfTo Svftbs &y^vtopJ 
fM^va 6e "nAifT oXA.vjktos' Stj No'ros, oiS^ tis aKXof- 
yCyvfr' t-nur' avcinup, tl /i^ ESptSs re Ndro? re. 
ol 8' e&us ficr (titov l^fi" '"^ oXvov epvOpov, 
ncjipa (3oMU dir^x"'^*' AiAaidf^tti'oi ^wlroio. 
iXA' Sre S^ uijos i^i^diro T/ia ttAvto, 
Kal 8^ aypr}V i^imiTKov aXriTfiovTfi a.vi.yK7\, 
ixMs opyiflas Te, tfiikas o n x^'P'tS Jkoito, 
yvofiTTTols ayKiuTpoicTiV (Tcipe BJ yaaripa Aifitfr' 
Sij 7(>r' ^B)v diJOi rflcroi' aTt4<TTi.\ov, oifipa Bfourlv 
€ti^aiij,7jv, ft tCs fxoi oSoc (/i^ueie j/*ffffln(, 
dAA' oTE 8^ SiS fifo-ou iiu jJXu^a tTaipovi, 
Xeipar Di'/'ilfiei'or, 3fl' ^ttI (tk^ttos ill" Av^/iow, 
rip<oiJ.T}v TToiiTecnfi, fleow o* OAtjuttoi' f\ov<riv 
ol 8' apd (Ltoi yXvicui- irrooi' ^wt ^k&p&potirui ^eiMD 
Eipi/Aoxo? 6' Ira/ioio-i Ko«i)S i^^pxtro fiavKfj^. 

' K«kAvt^ fKD p-iSatv, krkA -ntp TtaaypvTfi erupt 
■navTfi fitu emiyepoX OivaToi 8«iAoL(rt pparoitri, 
A.ip,a) 6' oiKriuToi' davttiv ita't Trorpioe iiTKrufiv. 
oAX' ayer', 'HtXfoio ^owi' ^Ao(rai.Tes dpfcroff 
Df^oiiBi iOaviroiin, rol ovpavov evpvv exovtriv. 
ci 8^ N<v els 'l^iiKi]!' &<jiixoCiJitBa, -narpClia yatap, 
o'^I'd Ken 'He\f<p 'Yufpioin ■nlova vrjbv 



12. OAIC^SEIAS M. 2ii 

I 

vfj^ iSiXj dXitraif ivl V ionroavrai $€ol SAAoi, 

jSoi/Ao/x' ivcL^ vpos KVfJM xopiiV ioT^ Ovfiiiv iXiaaai 350 

{ hfih oTpeiyfffBai. i^v hf vrjo'ij^ ipVHV'' 

^£ls l<^ar' Evpikoxo9f M ^ fjvcov 2XXot tralpoi. 
zvr&a V 'HcXibio fioQif iXiaavrcs ipCaras 
'yyoStV ov yhp rQXe v^hs Kvavoitfu^poio 
hcKicKOvS^ fkiK€S KoXctl /3((€9 cv/n/fi^rcovoi* 355 

as bi Tr€pUrTri<rav re icat €vx€t^vto OeoTtn^ 
vuXka dpofr((fi€iHH ripepa bpvos v>/riicJ/iOio* 
V yap 1x01/ Kpl kevKov hxraikfiov ivl myJs. 
VTCLp iTr€l p* ci/fovro koI lo-</>a£c]y kolI Idetpoy, 
77/xn;s r' i^iraiMv Kord t€ Kvlari iKdXx/yjfap 360 

iirrvxa voi'qaavTfSy iv^ aifT&v 5' mpjodirr^o-au'^ 
vb^ €lxov fiiOv X€iylfai iir aWoiJiivois Upoiaiv^ 
XX' ibari air€vbwT€S iirfiTrriav lyKora irima, 
vTcip iirel xora pajp* iKoirj koL <Tv\ayxv iTrdaavro, 
iOTvXXJv T &pa r&XXa /cal d/m^' dp^Kounv iifcipav. 365 

Kol r((r€ fJLOt pX€(l)dp(»>v i^iaorvro vrjbvfJLos inrvos* 
\rjv 5' iirai ^ttI 2;$o Ooriv kqI $wa OaXdaoTjs. 
XX' &r€ hri (TXjebbv ija Kiiiv pchs iiupuXlaariSy 
ol t6t€ fjuf Kvlaris d/m^i^Xt/dei; fibvs dvTfi/j' 
Ifui^as bi 6€0un fier iBavdroLaL yeyiiv€W* 370 

* Zev Trdrtp 175' 2XXot ixdKopcs Ocol alkv i6vT€S, 
' fie fuiX' cts Sri}y KOLfiqaxiT€ vrjXh {711^, 
I y irapoi fiiya Ipyov ifiTfrlcravro iiivovns.^ 

*Q,K€a 6' 'H€X{«|) *TTr€p{ovi SyycXoy IjXOf, 
iainrerbi rca/vTreirXoSy S ol j3oas iKraficv rjfAch, 375 

vr^a 5' iOavdrouri, ixenfiiha \a)6pL€V09 Ktjp' 

Helios demands vengeanoe, which Zeus promises. 

pa 



212 13. 0AT22EIA2 M. 

rZaai Bj; krdpovs AafpridifiD 'OSutr^or, 

ot ixfv ^ovs eKTHvav vitep^Lov, ji<nv iy^ ye 

X<i(pfirKov liiv Imv fls ovpavhu ainepdivra, jBi 

^8' oTToV 4i/j em yaiajj air' ovpavoQtV ■spOTpairoipjiv. 

tl hi fioi ail TiiroviTi. ^o&v brifiKe' &p.oi^>iv, 

BtIito/mii sis 'AiSao Koi hi I'fKvtaffi tfiaeivia' 

Tav 8' o7rafieij3dfiO'os i^pocreipii we^eXi^yepero Zets' 
' 'H<\(', 7J rot /i(y tr6 /xer" ItQavdroicri ipdtive 3S 

Ko! flcrjroiiTi fipoToleriv iitl ^dhiopov ipovpav 
Tmv Se K iyo> Ta.)(a iiija 0oriv dpy^Tt icepoviiM 
Tirrfla ^a\(ov Kfdiraifii, fiicrif ivl otvom tkiuti^'' 

Tavra 3' iytiip f/Kovtra Ka\v\j/aSs i}uKo'fxoto' 

AvTcip IttcC p' hrl vija Kar^KvOov rjSi 8d\aa(rav, 
iifCutov SXkoBev aXXop hiara^ov, oiibi ri p-^xos 
evpfixevat hwdp-tirda' (3o'es 5' o/nfTeSvairav ^Sij. 
TOicrw §' ovtik' lireira fleoE ripaa ir/joC^aiiio:'* 

iirraXia re koI li/ia' ;3oali' 5' &s ylyvero <poiiirj. 

'E^li,ap p,tv lutira iiiot ipCifpei fTaipoi 
baCwvr' 'HeX^io jSoaJc iKdaavrts apiaras' 
dW' ore §^ Ifibofiov T^jiap liri Zeij ftjice Kpovliov, 

ijf*«if S' ari|'' avafidvTfs (v-qKapev dipfi Travrtf, 
loT^y <miiTap.(Voi avd S' Xaria KeiiC IpuacuiTfs. 



Storm and shipwreck of OdTaaena, 
'AAA' Sre S^ T^u iniiTov ^Atfoo^oi, oiti ni fiAAi] 
ipaiiKTO yatamf, dAA'' oiipavos i]Sf daAno-cra, 
8^ nire Kuaueijif vecfiiKriv ^<m;<r« Kpoi/ftof 






12. 0AYS2EIAS M. 213 

K(xXf7ycl)S Z^^vpos, fieyclXj; aifv XaCKain Mtav^ 

WTov d^ TrpoT6vovs i^prji^ ia^iiioLo ^eXXa 

ifi^oripovs' Urrbs 6' ^Trfo-o) iria-fv, SirXa re Trdwa 410 

dy 2itXoi; Korix^vO^* 6 V &pa vpifivu ivl vrjl 
TrXrj^c KVp€pvrJT€<ii> K€(j>aX7iv, aiv 6' dari* &pa^€ 
vivT^ ifivbis Kecjyakrjs' 6 5' &p^ ipvevrripi ioiKiiS 
Kiwireo'^ iit^ lKpi6(f>LV, XCirt 6' daria Bvpibs iyrjvcap, 
Zcv9 d' ijivhis pp6vTr](T€ Kai l/ijSoXe vrfi K€pavv6v' 415 
^ 6' AeX^x^?; irocra Atis irXr|y€r<ra K€pavv<^y 
€v hi 6€€Cov TrXjjTo* Tr4(rov 5' in vrjbs eratpoi. 
ol hi KOpdvYja-iv ikcXoi 'n^pl vria p.i\aivav 
Koiuuriv ipL<t>opiovTOy $€09 5' imoaiwTo vdcrrov, 

Kirap iyoa hA vribs icjyoCrcav, 8<f»p imb toC\ovs 420 
kv(r€ Kk6b<av TpSinos* ttji; b^ yjriXriv <l>4p€ KVjma. 
iK b4 ol Itrrbv apa^e ttotI Tp6'niv' avrap iir avr^ 
iitlrovos fiipKrfo^ fiobs pivoio rerevx^s. 
r^ p^ &pxt>(o (Tvviepyov op^v Tp6'nw rjih\ koL l(nbvy 
k(6p^os d' ivl roi9 (f)€p6p,riv dkooXs h;ipoi(n.v, 425 

who is drifted back to fhe terrible strait. 

'Evd' 1} roi Z€(lwpo9 pj^v iitaitraro XaCKam Bvtsnv^ 
JikO^ 6' cirl N({ro9 2)Ka, c^^pcoi^ ^/i^ SAyea ft;jut^, 
oi^p' Iri r^z; oKorpj &i;ap.€Tprj(Taipi Xipv^biv. 
Traw6\ios (I}€p6p/rjv, &p>a V rj^kCt^ &vi6vTi. 
fjXOov iTfi ^iciXXrjs vkots^Kov btivqv re Xipv^biv. 430 
fj fihf iaf€^poCpbrj(T€ OaXd(r(T7}s aXfivpbv Hbcop* 
avrap iyi> irorl pxiKpbv ipivebv vy\r6(T* icpdch 
T^ Trpo(r<f>ifs ixop:r\v &9 iwKT€pk' ovbi irrf cTxp^ 
oftr€ arrripC^at voaiv ipmebov ovt* iTnfirjvac 
ptCai yhp kKos ^txov, iiTrrjcapoL 6' laav ^fot, 435 

pwcpoC T€ pLcyiXoi re, Karca-KCaov bi Hdgv^bw. 



214 12. 0AT22EIA2 M. 

hrrbv koI rpiinv airis' icXboiMivt^ hi /mh ^X^v 
Syj/' rjfios d' iTfl bopTTOv apiip iyoprjOev iafi(m\ 
KpHfoav V€lK€a TtoKKh. hiKaCofxivoiv alCrj&Vy 440 

TTJiios ^ T& ye hovpa Xapvfibios i^ctfKbiv&rf. 
JlKa d' iyii KaOiuircpOe v6bas koX Xfip€ 4>4p€adat^ 
[U(r(r<^ d' ivboilhrriaa irapi^ ir^pLfiriKta bovpa^ 
iCoP'^vos b* iTfl roicrt bv/jp^aa \€paiv ipSjai. 
\^K6XXrfV b^ ovKir* lace iraTrip ivbpQv re OtQv re 445 
€l(nb4€t,v* ov yip mv iTfiK<t)vyov aMv SK€Opov.'\ 

Arrival at Calypso's islo. 

"EvOcv b* hnnjp,ap (f)€p6p,rjVi b€Kirri bi fte wktI 
vrjcov h ^QryuyCriv viXaaav deol, IvOa KoAv^m 
vaCcL ivTrk6Kapx>9, bcani 0€bs avbrJ€(rfray 
7] p^ i<f)CXu r' ^k6plh re. tC roi ribt pLvOoXoyeia ; 450 
ribrj yip rot ^iQi^ ip,vB^6p.y\v hfi o{jC6> 
(Tol re KoH l(f)6Cp,rj iX6x<i^' ix'^poif bi pjol iarw 
a3ri9 ipiC^Xdus €lprip,iva pv&oXoyeS€iv. 



SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 



CONTENTS. 



§ I Epic Dialect, 

a Digamma. 

3 Shortening, lengthening, etc. 

of Vowels. 

4 Contraction. 

5 Hiatns. 

6 Elision. 

7 Apocc^. 

8 Consonants. 

9 First Declension, 

10 Second Declension. 

11 Third Declension. 

I a Special Terminations. 



13 Adjectiyes. 

14 The Artide. 

15 Pronouns. 

1 6 Augment and Reduplication. 

17 Terminations of Moods and 

Tenses. 

18 Contracted Verbs. 

19 Fut. and Aor. I. Act. and 

Med. 

20 Aor. II. Act. and Med. 

31 Perfect and Pluperfect. 

32 Aor. I. and II. Pass. 

33 Verbs in /u. 



§1. 

The Epic dialect, in which the Homeric forms are preserved, may be 
described as the Early-Ionic, of which Attic was a later development. But 
we cannot venture to regard these poems as a monument of a particular 
dialect prevalent at any one time. For the Epic is rather a poetical dialect; 
its forms largely modified by the metrical requirements of the hexameter, 
and by the many changes necessarily produced by an indefinitely long period 
of onU transmission, before writing was invented or had become common. 



i 2. 

Besides the twenty-four letters of the Greek classic alphabet, there existed 
formeriy a leUer called, from its sound. Van (equivalent to our v or w}, and, 
from its form {f, i. e. f), the double gamma or digamma. This letter fell 
early into disuse in the written language, so that it is not found in our 
Homeric text ; but there are unmistakeable traces of its previous existence 
there. We must be content with pointing out the commouest In such a 
combination as t6v 8* i^fitlfiti' circtra dva( or fi4ya /i^aaro tprfovt we 
dioold expect to find (ffrctr* Smo^ and fi^ffar* tpr^ov. Instead of dirocf«(tf or 
dsoctvw, we should naturally write Art^iKoi and dire/irw . But there was a time 
when the words were pronounced fava^, f^py^^t dirofetKoa^ diro/^ctiro;, so 
that no elision took place. The presence of an original digamma may be 
ioinned not only from its effect upon the metre and the forms of words^ 
but {rem a comparison of Greek with cognate languages, t.^.folKo%,%^.'sx<^>^ 
wpas, Lat vum; fdtvot, vinum, 'wine'' ; ^laircpot, vesper ; f A«v» vv4«t*\ 
fl^yoi^, 'work.' 



I 

I 



!ai6 SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 

i S. VowolB. 

(0 The 5 in Attic generallj- appears in the Hnmeric diilect u i,, tg 
iyoinl, viipiiaofiai, itp^oo-ni, >Jij». Soraetimes i u changed to i;, as ^rtf'Si 
^(/titit ; or to ai, as Trapal. KOTaiflarif. 

(l) t may be Itaglbeiied to «, xp^"^^'": ■tiv'>>. ftait, 'E^>icrai, inTM, 
Bttiu; into i), tiSIihivb; i/i. 

(3) Unglbened to au, votiXbi, fu/urot ; lo Di, Sfoi^, ^TiiDffffi ; to v, 
Ai^wiTDt, (Efcf/jfTriv; to oj, tinzl. 

(4) 5 sborlenid la 1, at in ConjunctiTes Jlliii'eTt, cfSiri, iilayau : • lo «, 
■I in Conjunctivet rpavftoiiiv, iyiipoiuv. 

(5) Before or after 7 the addition of < ii not QQCommoa, >i fijn-^tn. 
|)JAi« = «Xioii a also before (, » Uiva, itlsam. 

(6) 50 (.jo) often changes lo .« 

Im often lead as (Toi. Cp. dviiplaioi and diTEjiEio 

§ 4. Contraotion. 
(i) Contridion generally follows the otdinaty rules, with the ejtccpiioi' 
that CD and cov may contract into la, as Oapaivi, ytyiimni, paXXtu. 

(s) Freqnentljr words remain uncontracted, as dimw, min. itrrU; loiiir- 

(j) When two vowels which do not form a diphthong come together, 
H-iy ate often pronounced as forming one sjUible, as «pia, 'Arpriieu, B^ at, 
BJJ ?^So/ioi, i«i oi. This is called Synaah. — ' 

J S. Hiatus. 
When two vowels come together withoot elision or contraction tiking 
place, it is called Hiatus. This generally occurs when one word endi tai 
the nett begins with a vowel. Hiatus, which is rarely admissible is AIM 
poetif, is frequent in the Homeric hesameier, especiallj' (1) afier the Towtli 
land u.BsiroiSi | Sraaaty. or (3) when there is a pauie in the seme belwew 
Ihe two words, as 'OAi!/«ri(. | oi nJ t' 'OSuDiTn!i: or (3) when the final vowel 
it long, and stands in Arsis, as 6irri0iq: | 'OSuo^i : or (4) when a final long 
Towel or diphthong is made short before a vowel following, as vXirjxS^ | 
hrfl (- o u -), oTkoi I laay (~ v -j -). Many apparent cases of Hiatus ire 
I Mly traces of a lost digamma. See $ 3. 



1 

In the Homeric hexameter 
fregucnd/ the diphthongs (u, 
as 1 la !be dalive and in Sri. 
us wdj u bffoK vowek. 


Sa. EllBioa. 
not only are the vo 
as ^DtUo/ i-y&, and 


vels a, .. 0, elided, but also 



SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 21 7 

% 7. Apocope. 

Before a following consonant, the short final vowel in Spa, irapd, ivdi, Kariit 
naj be dropped. This is called Apocope. The r of iMir[d] so shortened 
ifliinihtes itself to the following consonant — ledinrccrc, Kdfifiopott kSLv v4Siop^ 
«ic nfw^^f mUXitc ; and similarly the v of di'[d] before arfollowiag ir or 
X, as 4^ WSior, dAXt^o'M . 

§ 8. Consonants. 

We often find— 

(i) MeiatbtsU, especially with p and a, e. g. itapdiij and KpaZirj, Odptros 
tnd $piao», KApriarot and KpAriCTo: 

(a) DotMing qf a eonsonant^ especially of X, fi, v, p, as iXXafiov, t/xfiaBov, 
hSmnfnm^ roaaot ; so, also, tmnat, Srrit irtX^K/eAoj, IMctcrc. A short final 
Towd k often made long when followed by a word which begins ^ith 
X, /^ r, p, 0*, 8, or which originally began with the p (§ 2), as iroXXa Xkt- 
fofuwo9, itt rvr, Ip^ fttydpoiffi. 

(3) Conversely, a single X or <r may take the place of the doubled liquid 
or sibilant, as 'AxcXc^t, *09vff€^i. 



DECIiENSIONS. 

% 0. First Declension. 

(l) For S in the singular. Homer always has ij, Tpolrj, O^prjt vtrp/ifj9, ex- 
cept $A and tome proper names. 

(a) d remains unchanged, as fiaatktia, except in abstract nouns in cta, 
010, as dXi^£7 for dXi}0ctfl. 

(3) The Nom. sing, of some masculines in 17s, is shortened into 2, as Itr- 
vorS, rf^cXs^rcp^rtf. 

(4) Gen. sing, from masc. in 17s ends in ao or ca; (see § 8. 6) ; sometimes 
coobracted to m, 

(5) Gen. plnr. ends in oo» or c«ur, sometimes contracted to w, as tcucW, 
rarrlur, «apcc£y. 

(d) Dst. plur. j^o't or |7«, as m^Xpo'i, ffxKv* » ^^^ Bfout, djcrcui. 

§ 10. Second Declension. 
Spectil fonnt-^ 
(1) Geo. ling, in 010. 
(a) Gen. and Dat. dual oity. 
(3) Dat. phmd oi<n[v]. 

§ 11. Third Declension. 

(l) DaL and Gen. dual oiiv. 
(a) Dat. plnr. cai, co'O't, and, after vowels, cffi, 

(5) Nomii in 9» ((*) and o« (Gen. cot) and at (Qeiv. qa%) \t\vsi Vs^ "^^ 
p$it the micontracted forms; cot is often cotvtmcVe^vsvXft «o%« Xvi*^' 



llB SKSTCS OF PRIKCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 



le t often cmltscei, not with the vowel 
t> 'SpoHXi-tai into 'H/ku^X^m, -Tft^ -^a. 



\ 



tiififiiot, airl-K/i ii 

(4) Words ia (uj form theki cases with 17 ioslead of t, is BaaiK^ot. 'iji. -^; 
the Dat. plur. often cudi in i)(D(ri. But pioper nimcs may letain the 1, u 
TifSJt, 'OSyaaia. 

(5) Words JD II gsienilly letain 1 in Ibeir cases, ai vi^Aji. mlXioi, irutii, 
jroAm, W, lat, £(cr<ri. But we find also uniAifOt (qi. /«ivr7oj),]roA.iji,FilAi(". 
iriX.t)ai. The Dat. plui. sometimes makes mi, and the Ace. plui. ii. 

(6) For i-ovi Hgmcr oses v^ui, declined with both ( and ij. Gen. vtJt k 
i-^Ji, Dat. nji, Aec. via or i^a, Dat. plur. rr/tiai, y^eairi, and citom. 

f (7) Among anomaloQs fonni may be mentioned : — 

(a) 1^, Oen, xipTfrat, xapfyiTai, and HpiaroM (as if from npiiu, neut.], 

and sparAf, Kpari, Hpdra (Irani np^, mace,). 

(b) fdw and Srjpb make yotvarot, '^ovybs, and floil^KiT», flovpJi. 

(c) uia., besides the regular forms in Second Declension, has Gen. da. 

Dat. u!i, Ace. ufa, Nom. plur. vU; Dat. vioiri. Ace. vloj, Dual i>ti. 

$ 12. Special TerminBtioiu. 
(l) The termination ^.[i-] (appearing with nouns of First Declension u 
1)^, of Second Declension as 0^1, and of Third Declension as, generally, in^) 
lerres for a Genitive or Dative sing, and plur.j e.g. Gen. jf (vtq^. ii' 
htpii'pa', Sii <rrli6ta<pai. iart&pir Sit; Dat. Oipij^ii, (SnS^i, #oi™pi>Tj»i. 
Stu^v, sill' tmroiaiy Hal oxtirfx, trpii xoTUXi^Scifi}^ (jHiTu\>jS6ei), and, in 

(j) Tlsre or* ifcne /oca? su^xss :— 

(a) Answering to the qnestion ivfrtrtr in 0i , as oifco^i, 'IKiiOiirpi. •aipiS'. 
lb) To the question tobcKce t m Btv, as o'lio$tv, StiSfv : also with fit- 

positions, ai dir' oiptaiSiy, narA xpijeir. 
(c) To the question v/biibtrT in St. as aYap^i-if, Tpnfij^Sf, SJjiSf (»1hj 

■It oi^aJf), and analogous forms ipi-iati, oixati. With 'luiivli 

supply tulfui, ' to the bouse of fladei.' 

{ 13. Adjectives. 

(l) The Femin. of Adjectives of Second Declension le formed in 1} insleid 
of a, as iiiolti, ilIi7Xf>')i es^:ept Sfa. 

(a) Adjcclivei in oi are lometimes of two, sometimes of three, termini- 
lioni. The Attic mte ii cot strictly observed, for an uncompounded Adjec- 
liie may have but iwo, as ii the case with a-iKpAi, etc., and the compmindnl 
three, as «6f iffn), iiTHpfolij. 

(3) Adjectives in ii> are also often of two leiminationi only, and often 
ihoRcn the Femin. tui to >a or tij, ai ^a^^i;, iiicia. 

(4) A common lerminatlnn ii (i>, taaa, fv. la thii fi»m tfta may cra- 
ract to p», as T</i^(it, Ti/i^'i *"^ "" '"^1 cotWwS « to <», at ^airtwn 



SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS, %ig 



($) ffoXdt is declined from two stema» iroXv- and woWo-, so that we have 
II Homeric fonns wo\4o$ Gen. sing:, iroX^c* Nom. plur., itoX^oik Gen. plur., 
MtkUffffif woK4(r<ri, wok4(n Dat. plur., and iroXlcu Ace. plur. 

(6) In the Comparison of Adjectives, the termination airc/>-, oirar-, is 
iAiUinUe in the case of a long yowel in the penult, of the Positive, as 
.kfyimtro9, olCOp&TaT09, The Comparative and Superlative forms in i«k, 
•mt an more frequently used than in Attic 

§ 14, The Artiole. 

Special forms of the Article are : — Gen. roid. Dual Gen. roiiv, Nom. plur. 
tb2, mt. Gen. r6mif, Dat. rmai, rp<ri, rpt. 

$ 16. Frononzui. 
(l) Special forms of the Personal Pronouns are as follows. 



Nom. Sng. 
Geo. „ 

Drt. » 
ioc „ 

N.A.D1MI 
O.D. ^ 
Nom. Pfair. 
Geo. 
Dat 



ft 



First Person, 
iyirr 

ifUOf l/xcv, /lev 
Ifteib, i/UOw 



wwtt Kcb (Ace.) 
pwiy 

4/iilaiK, ^futwr 
^E^(r), 1l/u¥ 



Second Person, 

TVVff 

ffio, (Tcv, <rero 

<t49«¥ 

roi, Tcif 

. • • « 
<r^a)c, <r<f>it 
ff<f>mv, a<l>fy 

lfi4oay, Itfiftotfr 



Third Person, 
to, cS, cfo, €0cy 

of. lor ' 

C<pOJ€ 

(j<p4<Mft atp^lav^ ff<f)&v 
<r<t>i{y), ff<t>l<Ti(y) 



/ 



/ 



(1) Spedal forms of the Possessive Pronouns. 



WamK JrVSOfl 

Second Penon 
Third Person 



Sing. 
• • •• 
rcdff, ^, 6y 
Ids, 1), 6r 



Plur, 
d/idt and dftbs (d), ^, or 
^/xds, ^, oy 
<r0ds, ^, di' 



yodr€po$, 

ff<p«lT€pO$, 



(3) Special forms of the Pronoun ris. 

Sing,^ 
Gen. T^o, T&i 
Dat. W^y 

(4) 8|pcdal forms of the Pronoun i€ms. 



Plur, 

r4vr 

r4oi<n. 



^ibm. 
Gen. 
Dat 
Ace. 



Sing, 
5rt«, 5tti 

5t€W, 5tT€0, 5tT€W 

5riva, 5tti 



Plur, 

6r4<uy 
ir4oi<n 



(5) fi^edal fefms of Relative Pronouns. 

Cfea, gov, (at 5o), ^9, Dat. pVaL^oi,^!, 



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aao SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL BOMBRIC FORMS. ^H 


r 


TSBBB. ^H 




% 16. Augment and BedupUcfttion. ■ 




(i) The syllabic and temporil Augmsnts may be omitled. Aftei ft' 
lyllabic augmenl A, /i, f, ff are often doubled ; p may be doubled or doi it 
win. IS i6lfoy. ImCa. 



iA 



[ 



(I) Reduplication oflhe Second Aor. Art. and Mfd. is common. Cp.J-'i- 
•ppaSav {ippa(m), Isf'pvoy and Jii<pvoy {(piya), ventSoi/tir (niWa). irt^itoto 
(tpriSottat), ipvKoj makes a sorl of reduplicaled Aor. in IptJiaixov and iyirroj 

(3) Some of the reduplicated Aoriili give alio a reduplicated Fulure. n 

(4) The forms Ifiiuipa (^(ipo/wii) and lamiau (otiTu) follow the inalog' 
of the reduplication of verbs beginning with p. Bui cp. fiipmiaiiilva, 01 " 
£g. In Ii^7fifu (S/^fO/Ku) [he ceduplicition is lost, in S(iG(7/iai, JtiEia !/ ' 
3i) it is iiregulu. 

i 17. Tenoinations. 

(1) The older foniis of the termination of the tcrb (Sing.) (u, a$a. 01 it 
common in Komei; cp. leiKta/u, Oaiiu. ielXj/ai, Bi'^V'"- ^^^'^V^' '^"^'^ 

<a) The termination of the third person Dual in historic tenies is iw 
as well 35 Tqv, in Pass. (rSav as well as oA;i'. SiiiKtroii, Bap^aoiaSiir 
In the plural /iiaCa is frequently used for /iiBa, Dual iirst person imrBar. 

(j) In the second person sing. Pass, and Med. a is omitted tram tin 
termination aai, bo, as AiXnffai, ^mjArai, Conjunct. ?XT"- This mostly if 

Med. for BiBk7)aa, we find 0i0kt]ai. 

(4) The third Plur. in yroi and iro mostly appeal u imu and era. 11 
atSafanu, k/aro (^Jcf.KTo), diroXafarD. 

(5) The termination of the Inf. is frequently fitrai, or /itr. Pra. Arai- 
*->Ml'(ai), Fnt. «tX(Bff-J-Mf(aO. P'rf. T.flcii,jev(ai), Pan. Aot. flAVfC"'' 
iux9iil'ty{a'\ Second Aor. Act. txei/itytfli). Another termination is Jo. 
u nitD'. Sayitiy. 

(6) The termioationi oiioi' and OKo/nji' express lepetition of the aclioii 
(iliralive form). They are attached to Imperf. and Second Aot, of veibi \n 
B> by the connecting vowel f, or sometimes 0, eiXytaKiir, SXiaitor jArrMio". 
Mpinrraavav. In the Finl Aor. Act, the termin. follows the aorlslic vowel a, 
\\kaa-vttov, ftyiftTA~aiiiTo. In fu verbs the lerminatioiH are attached ti^' 
rectlj to the stem, Bd-ffKov, ari-ffKov, luKoy fot tu-aicBv (ilfJ). Thfif 
forms are tarely augmented. Cp. <paytast, Od. 11. 5S7, fiom t-pinfi. 



Contraotod Verb 



(1) Verbs I'd ia (fot the moM part ui 
r, lomen'mes « into i), <o ot tm Vo ■ 
;jii rowel 1 ii sometimei lengthened \c 



racted) change « and <« iniP 
III the unconiracied form the 



SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. Jiai 

(3) Verbs in ^ are for the most part contracted. In these verbs the 
mg vowel produced by contraction has often a corresponding short (some- 
mes a long) vowel inserted before it, as 6p6ej {6pSi\ ip&^ (^P?)* ^P^^omh 
SjpcMri), f»6a<r$ai (jivaaBaC). Occasionally this short vowel appears after 
M long vowel of contraction, as ijfidH)yr€f. 

(3) Verbs in 6» are generally contracted. In forms that remain uncon- 
acted the is often lengthened to 0;, as Iwt&otrrft. Such forms as dpSoftn 
ipcwft) and 9rfi6^€y {IhjioUv) follow the rule of verbs in An, 

% 19. Future and Aor. I. Act. and Med. 

(i) (a) Pure verbs which do not lengthen the vowel of the stem in 
inning their tenses, often double .the c in Fut. and Aor. I. Act. and Med., 
i (ytuUui) vtUcwaOf {ciZioiJuu) aldiffcofuu, (ytXaw) iy4Xaa<m, This 

S(»netimes the case with verbs in (v, as (d»ax&(ofiai) iyaxaffffd/xtyot, 
ppdiofuu) hipp&aaaro, (h) Or the <r may be altogether dropped in the 
at, as rcX^Ci, /mx^o¥T€U, Ayri6Wf i. e. ivridaatf dyrtow, dvrto;, expanded by 
le principle explained in § 18. 3. 

(a) The future of liquid verbs, i. e. that have for characteristic X, fi, v, p, 
Domiooly have the Fut. uncontracted as fiakioyri, KaTajcrapiovffi, <rfjfiay4oj, 
ome liquid verbs have a cr in Fut. and Aor. I., as €t\<ra, Kvp<ro), k4\<tcu, and 
liere is an anomalous form Wvcrai (/rcvr^o;). 

(3) Conversely some verbs, not liquid, form an Aor. I. without a, as x^^ 
X**B ^^ "^^ ^ffV^t 9^'^ iffacva. Cp. c7ira for etTrov, 

§ 20. Aor. H. 

(l) The Aor. 11. contains the root of the verb in its simplest form, 
rhe present tenses to which certain Aor. II. are referred are often of later 
onnatioo, c.g. icrrvyov is more primitive than CTvyioj, ticTwrov than tcrwricj, 
IMUum than fuj/cAofuUf tyripaif than yrjp^ffKOJ, txpo.ov than XP^* 

(9) Redoplicated Aor. II. Act. and Med., see § 16. 2. 

(3) Aor. n. wiih a on analogy of tirtaov. We find such forms as 
^or (haf), ifi^fftro {fiaivai), 48v(rcro, Sv<r6fi€vo» (pvvoa), opao (J&pvvfu), \i^o 
Xfyw), 4fcT< (^7«)» oT'O'* (of« = ^ipa;), d^^ficv, ep^ifxey, 

(4) Syncopated Aor. 11. An Aor. is common, formed, on analogy of 
ior. of verbs in /u, without connecting vowel, as (Act.) Hicray {icrfivw), 
■vnfik^TfiF [fiaXXoa), o^a (ovrdot) In the Med. these forms are generally 
ndKrat augment, and are distinguishable from Plpf. Pass, only by want of 
tdiq>Bcation, e.g. kZiyiirjv, Uyixwot {Uxoimi\ <f>$lfjirjy (Opt. from ipOiyoi), 
^3t9 (kSoi), ixy^^* X^h^yoi (x^«)f <^^o (<y«v«)f SfpTO {Bpvv/u), 

§ 21. Perfect and Pluperfect. 

(i) The First Pei^ is only found with verbs having a vowel stem. The 
Moood Perf. is^'^B^ commonaet, and is formed without aspiration, as Wxoira. 
Even in vowel verbs the Perf. is often without a k, ^% &«^a^<i>%, k^^Wsv.^ 
yr^A^ $«8t6Tf$, etc. 



I 32. Aor, I. imd II. Ptufire. 

(0 The 3rd pe«. plur. lnd(c, often ends in o- injteid of .jffnv, a> J 
Tpaifn; iKToBtv, and the Intxn. in ij^uvoi and ^fift initcad of ^vai. 

(a) In the Conjonctite the uncoDtracted foim io cm it gmerii: 
and ( ii oiten lengthened to ci or tj, while tlie conntctlng vowtl in C 
Plnril it shortened ; e. g. 8a<(ai (Hiip'), (Tair^H [oijirai), /u^i^t, (il. / 
IMfivai, iafiiiiTt, 



3rd Plur. 

".^'imperf.' 
Impetal. 
Infin. PriH. 
„ ind Am. 



'erf. 



Coniui 



3nd PlvT. 
ydPl«r. 
Dual 



I 23, Verbs in |ii. 



tCfliitu 



1, t(»ij;u,S(WV 



Blaifify {ifiojitv) 



4<ri, itr-l}p 



(3) In ibe Third PlunI of Fast tmiet (v u ■ common 
<inu', as rfdcv, itv: alio ioTOF' and crr^ = foT^mii', I^oi' = 
Itjniaai; iBay and fUv = f^qtrov. Notice also the forms iarain, i 
for riSiinwo,, see § 3. a. 

(3) ^f< ('io) has the following peculiar fonnl. 



I Fna. Indie. 
Second Sing, | tJaSa 
Third Sing, 
Fim Plur. 



FS, /ndic. I Canpmcl. I qp/. I Ef 



SKETCH OF PRINCIPAL HOMERIC FORMS. 22$ 

Imperf. First Sing, ffm, fior Third Sing, ^ic(ir), U{v) 

Dual iTfjr 
Fim Plur, "jofur, tfjitr , Third Plur, ijtaay, fcov, ijior 
Fot €tffOfuu Aor. I. tlad/xrirf Uurd/xijv. 

(4) lEi/d (sim) has the following. 

Pre$, Indie. 



First Sing, 



SeetmdSing. 
Third Sing, 
First Plur. 
SeeondPlur, 
Third Plur, 



• • • 
tliilr 

• • • 



Conjunct, 
la;, ftcr-cco; 


Opt, 

• • 




loit 
loi 


• • ft • 


(Trc 



7mp. 



lo'O'O 



Inf. itifur[ai] and l/<€y[a{]. 

Particip. iinr, kovaa, idv. Gen. l<$vrot. 

Imperf. First Sing, ^a, la, iou. Second trjaOa, Third i^cv, Hrjv, ijtjv. Third 

or. I(mi». 

Iterative tense iffKor, Fut. ieaofuu. Third Sing, lo'crcrrou. 

(5) Under ^/i) we find ^i^ (Third Sing. Conjunct.), ^>cU (Particip.), ^o 

up. a Sin^.) 

(5) Ubd^ jrci/iai we have iclarcu, icaiarcu, and iclorrat,ssicc(W'a< : ic^aro, 

(•r*s|iieeiKro ; ir^TOissMl^rcu. Iterative tense jrconr^/ii/v, Fut. ic^a;, icc(a», 

t Mtt4fA€r, Particip. Kicar. 

(7) Under JJfuu, larcu, etarcu for j^i'rai : laro, ctdro for ^i'to. 

(S) Under (lijia, Pres. Indie. Second Sing, dtdas. First Plur. 75^v. 

Conjunct. First Sing. €li4oa. First Plur. cfSoficK, Second cfScrc, Particip. 

uio. Inf. VifA€vat, 7dfi€v. 

Imperf. Second Sing, ^cl^s. Third p8€€, ^ciSiy, Third Plur. lOW, Fut. 



•• * 



THE METRE OF HOMER, 



The Homeric verse is, technically, the catalectic dactylic Hexameter, coo 
sisting of six dactyls, of which the last is incomplete by a syllable (Korahfi 
TiKb9, i. e. KaToX.'^yci, * stops short '). 

Od. I. dybpa fwi \ iwtnc \ Moi;<ra vok | ihpairoy \ At /ia\a | voKM \ 

The last syllable of the line may be long or short 

A verse which thus consists entirely of dactyls is called arlxo* i!ktA 
rvXof , and is of frequent occurrence. 

A spondee may be substituted for the dactyl in every foot, as Od. 15. 33 

cItov I Kol Kp€i I Sw ^d* I otvov | 0€0pl \ Oaffi, but this form of verse 
extremely rare. 

The arlxoi &\oMktv\o$ is the most frequent form ; the next oommocu 
is a verse where the ist or and, or both feet are spondees, e.g. Od. I. 
Od. I. 3, Od. I. 3. The spondee is less common in the 3rd, and still li 
in the 5th ; where a spondee occurs in the 5th, the verse generally ends wi 
a quadrisyllable. Cf. Od. i. 39, 35, 36. 

Caesura (Toii*^. 



• 
• 

1 


3 54 

• 

• 
2 


5 :6 

• 
• 

3 


7 18 

• 
• 

- \SJK0 
4 


9 ; 

i 


f 10 


i 


• 12 



The scheme of the hexameter is here given with two modes of divide 
(i) into six feet, marked by the lower line of figures, and (3) into half-fc 
marked by the upper line. 
The commonest Caesurae are 

(i) After the first long syllable of 3rd foot (rofji^ irci^ftt-ftc^t, Le. 
5th half-foot). This is called strong caesura, e. g. 

vXdyx'^rj kird Tpol | t)S Up | 6v irro\U$pov iTcpcrc. Od. I. a. 
(a) After the first short syllable of 3rd foot (jofxi^ tcar^ r/^rov rpoxuc 
weak caesura, e. g. 

aitrSjv ydip <r<ptrlp \ ^oxv & | racOaXii[}aiv Skovro, Od. I. 7* 
(3) After the first long ityllable of 4th foot (roft^ {^^^ftt-f(Cpj)f, i.e. 
7th half-foot), e. g. 

€l/i 'Odvatbt Aa€pTi6. \ 8t|S Ss | ireuri i6\oi(riy, Od. 9. 19. 
(4) After the first short sy\\a\Ae o? ^iVv loo\ (^iotlt^ T4-nx^w r^yaToy). e 
HAiftddat T* kaopS/vra, koX \ o^\ ^<> \ ovnv^o4iTir\v, O^, v n*^' 



THE METRE OF HOMER. 22^ 

X end of 4th foot (fiovKokuc^, because frequent in Theocr. and poets 
bol); e.g. 

XI Ki;8a»^Cf tvatw lopSdvov | &iufi fiifOpa, 

is frequently a pause in the sense after the 4th foot, when the 
aesura occurs, at 
ji€T6m V IBdtetjv cv5c^cXov* | Ir d' 6pot ai/r^. Od.9. a I, (cf.Od. 

I. 60, &c.) 

Hiatus (see Homerio Forms, § 5). • 1 

is frequent in the Homeric verse ; e. g. ] 

kx Tovd' ovT '08t;<r§o | 17^;. Od. i. ai2. ^ 

iaOrfrd tc | ta<p€pov ttffoa, Od. 7. 6. 
a final short vowel suffers no elision when followed by a word that 
th a vowel, it may be the case that originally the word began with 
nma (Homeric Forms, § 2), so that the hiatus is only apparent ; 
5c fol — kid ffpck — ^/*^7a fif>yov-—^wa fdl/cov — aXOona foTvov, 

Iiong Vow^els used short. 

occurs when a word ending with a long vowel or diphthong is fol- 
a word with an initial vowel ; e. g. 

Iv fAeydpouri *0\f>fxwtotf \ dBpdot \ ^atar, Od. i. 27, \ 

rlait Icrffcrat | 'ArpctSoo. Od. I. 40. 

$4\y€X 6vui *lJ9dierji iviK'qffeTcu, Od. I. 57. 
lortening is occasionally found in the middle of a word, as 
I Od.ii. 270. oIo$ I WW I Od. 7. 31a. ijpojot I -vrv/ I Od.6. 103. 

Ijengtheiimg of short Syllables in Arsis. 

fXafjUdrji — &fjuprip€<l>4d — <l>\6y€a — 01X6 — dvovUtjQai — dvoiriajftri — 
-dyop6aa0€ — KarSKoipdSia — av$6&ia. 

t final vowel is often lengthened before a succeeding consonant : 

re hfiiZo) and hfiot^ hf-qphv and hfriv : before a liquid, as iroXAS 

7 — irvKvd /kjyaXirjv — irepJ 8l fiiya jSoAAcro (pdpoi — Toiat 8* dir^ 

The word v4<poi lengthens a preceding vowel because its original 

M<po9. Of. kv^X — Mrovoty Od. I a. 423. 

lly speaking the Homeric verse uses great freedom in altering the 
ji words to suit the needs of the metre, 
rtial Epigr. 12. 9, 13 — 

Dicant Earmon tamen poetae, 

Sed Graeci, quibus est nihil negatum, 

Et quos *Ap€8 "Aptt decet sonare. 




O 



HOMERIC SYNTAX. 



It would be impossible to attempt here anything like a complete sk 
of Homeric Syntax, or to point out the contrast that it offers to the 1 
constructions used by Attic writers, but a few hints may be given, that 
be more fully worked out by the student for himself, 

THE USE OF THE ABTICIiE. 

To enable us to define accurately the use of the Article peculiar to 
Greek of the Homeric poems, all doubts ought to be cleared up as to 
date of the composition of the poems, the number and the age of interpol 
passages, and the relation of the existing text to the original language, 
the midst of so many uncertainties it is impossible to establish definite i 
We shall find the Article sometimes used with the force of a demonstra 
or relative pronoun, sometimes approaching more nearly the ordinary j 
use. 

a. Pronominal use, aa a weak Demonstrative. 

Od. a. i6o o ff<f>iv tinppovkojif dyop^aaro. 
In this sense it may be the repetition of something mentioned before, 

Od. 3. II vrjbt klaiji iffrla . . ri^v b* &p/uff€iy, 
or may introduce a contrast, 

II. 4. 9 dAA.' ^ Toi rai v6<r^i KaB^fievau tlffopSeaffoi 
rifmiaOov t$ 8* avrc, «.tA. 
In this sense the Article frequently begins a new clause, generally witi 
addition of a conjunction ; e. g. 6 /i^v— 6 h\ — b ydp—a{fTctp 6, 

The combination 5 7c mostly serves to resume the main subject oi 
sentence, as 

Od. 2. 131 var^p 5* kfxbi aXXo$t 701171, 

(itu 8 7* ij T40vr]K€ ; 
The Article may also sum up or repeat a foregoing relative clause, 
Od. II. 147 8v riva fiiv K€v kqt vcicvojy KarartOirqijrojv 
atfjuiTot 3.aaov ifi€v, 6 84 toi yrjfitpTh li'^^ci, 
or may prepare for a subsequent relative clause, as 
Od. 2. 119 rduv at irdpos ^aca/, 

i3. Attributive use. 

The commonest form of this is when the Article stands at the beginni 
the clause, and the subject is expressed later by a sort of apposition ; e. , 
4 filv &p* S5* flirova h.-nk^y\ — ^>jKa\»>fc(iifw\^ *A.^vt\. 



HOMERIC SYNTAX. 22>J 

When the Article draws nearer to the subject to which it belongs, we natu- 
nOy approach the regular Attic use. In the Homeric poems when the 
Article is used in direct combination with a noun it will be found for the 
OHKt part that this noun either serves to point a contrast or to add a defi- 
nition: thus we find oi &KK01 — rcl wp&ra — rod kripoio — r^ x^'f^'' — ''^ 
ithrr€, where one class of things is marked off from another. 

hi the frequent combinations 6 (tivos — d dya( — 6 Ijpcas, the noun sub- 
stantive must be regarded as ^ regular title. 

7. The Belative use. 

This arises from the common custom in an early stage of literary com> 
position of putting together two or more demonstrative clauses without a 
connecting link (asyndeton), e. g. 

D. I. 330 AXX* o 7€ TaX0v$i6v tc /mi Eipvfi&rrjv wpotrUivt, 
Tcl> ol Hffau ie^pvK€. 
The T& here is merely the demonstrative, and the sentence has no syntac- 
tical connection with the preceding clause. ' 7*bey were his heralds.' Attic 
Greek would write ot, and English idiom render * who were his heralds,' but 
the angler Homeric syntax leaves the two clauses distinct. Cp. 
Od- 9. 334 ol 8* ikaxoy \\ tovs 6v K€ kclL ijOeXov. 
n. 7. 453 rod 8* kmK^aovTOi \\ r6 lyoij Kcd ^oT^ot . . woXlffffafiev. 
From tlus usage the transition to the real relatival force is natural. Cp. 
II. 1. 125 dAAcl Tol |iiv voXioav k^€vpd0ofX€Vy rd diSacrrcu, 

i. e. quae vero ex urbtbus dlripuimus^ ea sunt divisa. 
Od. 4. 349 dXAd rd fx4v aoi Utir€ yipojy . . 
tSjv obhiv roi I7C1; xpinpoj (irrot. 
These last instances will serve to introduce a new feature of Homeric 
Syntax, viz. 



COOBDIITATIOIT OF SEITTENCBS. 

If we examine a paragraph in some Attic writer, we shall find that the 
ienteoces are elaborately connected with and subordinated to one another by 
oeans of relative pronouns, relative conjunctions, participles, etc. In Ho- 
Bwic syntax the mere juxtaposition of two sentences is often the only link 
ofconnection between them. This is called Coordination or Hapara^is. Cp. 
\ Od. I." 433 €^^5 8* oi; iroT* efMKTO, x^^^^ ^* d\i€iv€ ywaixSs. 

H Here we might expect x^^ov yctp or x- dXteivouv. 

Od. a. 10 0^ 8* ifi€U €ii dyop^v, miXdfi'Q 8* ?x* x^^^°^ «7Xo* 

lb. 18 "Ayrtipos alxf^V'^V*' '''^^ ^* dypios t/cravc KvKXanf/ 
ss^K S.yp, (k K. 
See also Od. a. 30,86,313; 3.252,391; 4.S']4,119\ ^.-i^W 1•^^^^'^^' 
^J; p. ft 374 f 'I' 520. Cp, also 

Q4 



228 HOMERIC SYNTAX. 

II. 6. 147 ipvXXa Tdt iiiv r* dyt/w xkim^t x^^> ^'^^ U ft ^ 
rf]\€06oj<Ta <pi6ut iapot $* iinylyv€Tat &(nf, 
^imytyvofiiyrjt &pvj9 or 6ir^(v kwiy hnjrat. 
Analogous to this is the tendency noticeable in Homeric syntax to ^ 
from a construction with the Relative to the simpler one with the Demo 
strative ; e. g. 

Od. a. 335 Mii'Toy), Ss ^' *Otvffrjot &f£i6fAoyo9 fcv Iroipot, 
Kol ol jctrv . . Mrpevw, 
n 9* 19 <^A^' 'OSvcrc^t Aatprid^M Ss ircurt S^oktu' 

d^Opdmoiai fiiXju . . ivai |MV hK4o$ obpaa^hv &ft. 
II. I. 79 Ss Atfyo vhrnof 

'Apytlojy /eparid, ical ol vtlOoyreu 'Axcuoc. 
This disconnected style of syntax is peculiarly fayoorable to the frequ 
use in Homer of 

EFEXEGESIS*. 

This 'appended explanation' is thus described by Schol. on II. 22. 
karl bk avuTjBU 'Ofi-^pi^ rb i^€ik6/i€vov dirXwi kpinpf€v^<rOat kv Svcl t 
KOirais iK<pfy€iv, 

The simplest form of this is where one substantive explains or ad( 
closer definition to the preceding, 

Od. 2. 420 oZpov . . Zttpvpov, 
„ 6. 122 /covpdojv dvrij . . vv/updajv, 
or when the constituent parts of a.wl^ole are expressed, 

Od. 7. 114 Sivdp€a . . Syxvai . . fiotal . . /xriXiai, 
„ 10. 5 mud€$ . . i^ Ovyaripfs . . t^ vU€i, 
., I a. 330 dyprjy . . IxOvt . . 6pvt$at. 
By a similar epexegesis we may explain the idiomatic use of dWoa. 
Od. I. 132 aWoay . . sc. lurqavfipow^ 
„ 5. 105 &KK.aJV . . sc. rSfv dySpSfV, 
„ 10. 485 AWav . . sc. irdpoiy. 
There is also a frequent epexegesis of pronouns^ 
Od. I. 194 t^v . . . <rdv varepa. 
It a. 307 ravra . . v^a, kpira*. 
Such an epexegesis may be corrective, where, in Attic Greek, we shoult 
filv oZy used, 

Od. 3. ao8 oi /Ml . . warpl r* 1^ fcai iftdl, 
where the latter clause is a more accurate statement than the former, 
we prefer here to explain fwi as an ethical dative. Occasionally, the 
egetic reference is grammatically irregular, as 
Od. I. 50 y^(r<p . . v^ao9 dtpdp^tffca. 
We find an epexegetical use of the infinitive, 

Od. 4. 197 TovTO yw teal yipcu oTov . . tc(ipaff$ai icdfjtqr. 

• Sec tioXt on 0^.1.1% 



HOMERIC SYNTAX. 22g 

1. geo/enJij refers to a noan in the nom. or ace., but cp. 
Od.ia43i rl leeucw lfAtlp€T€ roirvnf 

^kn the reference it to a noun in the genit. This restriction is not 
^Mnd when the combination of the definite article with the infin. has come 
^bofODghl J into use. 
A participial sentence may serve as an epezegesis, 
n. 1. 473 IkAa/coyro . • dc^Sovrcs, fjUKrrovrti, 
Od. II. 58a S\j€* ix^''^ • • ^^««^* ^v XiiJorg, 
Ao adverb may be explained by an epexegesis, 
Od.4.348 irap^ .... irapaKXihbv, 
n 8. 379 iea$f^(p$€ . . ft€Xa0p6<lHV, 
„ 4.31a Mfto .... If Acuc€^fjiova, 
todo^ov is constantly explained by some such addition, Od. a. 317 ; 3. 397; 
5.1^; II. 187. 
Sometimes one whole sentence is made to explain another, as 
Od.8.4oa 1701 rdr (uvoy dpiaao/uu . . 
difao) ol rW &>p, 
Cp.0d.i.a4i; 11.314. 

Sometimes again a single word may be explained by a periphrasis, follow- 
ing. 

Od. 1. 1 wokArpoircv . • tt pdKa iroXXct vXAyx^l' 
Cp.Od. 1.300; a. 65; 3.38a; 9.a7i. 

The so-called <rxff/M koB* SKov itat /i4poi is a form of epexegesis, the fUprf 
^i added to make a closer definition of the S\ov : e. g. 

Tpwot rpSfiOi iXX€ifi€ 71x0, k,t.\. 



MOODS. 

Among the peculiarities of the use of Moods in Homer, the student will 
note with respect to the Conjunotive, that (i) it often stands absolutely, 
'o^gous in meaning to the future Indicative : 

IL I. 262.tScafuu, 7. 87 ttiqfffi, 34. 551 wd$ii<r0a, 
Od. a. 333 iv^XrjTCLtf 5. 399 y4yrfTai. 
Simflar to this is the use of the Conjunctive to introduce the possible and 
^7, though not actual, circumstances of a simile, Od. 4. 337 ; 5. 3a8, 368. 
(3) The Imperatival use of the Conjunctive in Homer in 1st pers. sing, and 
pinr. is always accompanied by dXX* dy€ . . dycrt . . ScSrc, Od. 9. 37 ; 
10. 44. Here should be noticed a usage which couples such a Conjunctive 
•Dood with a foregoing Imperative. 

n. 6. 340 dW* dy€ vvu lirC|j.civov, dpfya T€vx<<» 8v«, 
Od. 3. 18 dAV ay€ vvv lOv* kic . . ci8o|Uv (Conj.). 
This is really the earJiest or paratactic stage of %yn\ax ^V\«^ ^^trw-ax^^ 
^relopes into the sabordiaitcd use with &t, o<|>pa, SircM. C^. 'a^&o'^*'^'^* N^*\« 
f»; JS' gi- 



230 HOMERIC SYNTAX. 

The Optative mood represents an action merely as a conception of tb^ 
mind ; for this reason, where we find it contrasted with the Conjanctir^ *^ 
generally expresses a more distant contingency, while the Conjunctive is iDOf*0 
analogous in usage to the Indicative future. The Optative may stand ibso^ 
lutely to express a possible result, as 

II. 23. 151 UaTp6K\<f> Ijpcji ic6/jiijv dw&acufu <pip€a$at, 
Od.3. 231 fitia OeSt y IBiKaw^ Kot TrjK6$€i^ 6»tpa <ra^ai, 
or in a negative sentence, 

Od. 22. 462 ix^ filv 8^ /ca$ap^ Baydrqf &v6 0v/A&r ikoifBjv 
raojv. 
When such a possible realization is qualified by an additional clause, it is easf 
to see the transition to the use of the Optative as a conditional mood, 
II. 10. 246 ro&rov y iawo/Aivoio, mt ix mpbi aiBofiivoio 

&fXff)to voarjiaanuv' 
Od. I. 265 rotot k^v fivrjffTTJpffiv dfuK^fftiey *Ciivaa€6r 
irdyrct 1^ &Kvfiopol t€ yevolaro wuep6ya/wl ri 

THE USE OF &v AISTD kcv. 

While the Attic poets employ only hv as the conditional partide, widi 
indie, optat., infin., and particip., and with conjunct, only in combioatkA 
with a relative pronoun or adverb, Homeric Greek uses both 6y and m^) 
with much fewer restrictions. The use of &y is more conmion in negitiv* 
sentences than in affirmative in the proportion of 2:1. Kc(i') is not oft- 
frequently repeated in each element of a disjunctive sentence, as 
II. 20.311 ij iciv HIV Ipvacioi Tj ic€v idfftit, 
f> 32. 253 tXoifii /C€v ij /c€v clXoirjv, 
while &v is never so used. Similarly we find the double ir€(y) in Homer, » 
Od. 4. 733, and Sv k€ together, as Od. 5. 361; 6. 259; 9. 334, bat oevc' 
the double av. 

In Homeric Greek both ^ and ie€(y) may be used with an independeat 
conjunctive ; Av is only so used occasionally, and then almost without ex- 
ception in negative sentences, as 

II. 3. 54 oifK av Toi xP^^^fV f^^opu. 

The only exceptions to this negative use being II. I. 205 ; 23. 505 : im(') 
with the conjunctive is not uncommon, but is always found in affirmative 
sentences. Cp. Od. I. 396; 10. 507; 17. 418: ic€(y) is also freely used 
with indicative future; cp. H. 1. 1 39, 523 ; 3. 138 ; 4. J 76; 8. 404; 9.61, 
Od. 3. 80; 4. 80; 12. 346; 14. 99; 16. 297: but Av with the indicatif« 
future is only found three times, II. 22. 49, 66, Od. 6. 221 ; for in U. 9. 167 
the Av belongs to the relative. 



NOTES. 



BOOK I. 

N.B. The sections and numbers in thick type refer to the * Homeric 

forms,' pp. 215 foil. 

line I. Iwnrc, * tell of.' Buttmonn (Lexil. 123 foil.) takes Iv^irw as a 
lo^ened form of 'Elin, through a step ifxwu. It seems rather to be 
compounded of iv and Ivw, L e. fivca, and the second v represents the 
origbal digamma, § 2. 

voXvTpoirov» the man * of many wanderings ; ' the word explained by 
the next clause it .. wXAyx'^V' ^^ ^- "^^ 3^^ irarpo^ovTa, 6$ oi waripa 
KkoT^ iiera, Cp. also Od. 2. 65, 66; 3. 383 and 9. 271. This * appended 
txfianaHon ' is called in Gk. ine^'fiyriatt. Others render the word, * clever,' 
* of many devices or shifts,' cp. Od. 9. 19, 20. 

L 2. irXd'YX^ = kvK&yxOri. The syllabic and temporal augments are 
dropped or retained at v^ in Homer; as wKdyx'^ •• ittepa^v, Cp. 
§16.1. 

I 3. v6ovs mores, as Horace translates it, £p. i. 2, 20; A. P. 141. 

1. 4. S Y*t generally used to make an emphatic reference back to the 
original nominative. Cp. Od. 2. 327 ; 4. 821. See on p. 226, a. 

1. 5. 4|v from Ss, % tvsssuus, dpvv|ji., * tr3dQg to win.' 

16. oifiS' 6s, 'not even thus '= notwithstanding all his efforts; ex- 
ited by lifU¥6$ ir€p. For the fifi in ififitiaaro, see § 16. I. 

L 7. a{rrQv o'<|>^p=st/ts ipsontm, 

L 8. Join KaT-'f|o-Oiov. This separation of the preposition from a com- 
pound verb is called Tmesis (rfxijats, T^/iv«=* cutting '). 

L 10. * Of these things (from some point of them at least), tell us too.* 
Tfl» («the whole story of the wanderings) is the genit. after eliri, as 
^l varpds, Od. ii. 174. &|j,69cv'yc [dfAds Doric for tis, cp. oi^/tov and 
ijuiayiinM] adds a qualification: the poet only asks to know some 
portion of the story. Cp. HvOtv IXciv, Od. 8. 500, * taking it up at that 
point' Kol lj|&iv«*even as thou hast told others,' or, perhaps, 'even as 
thou thyself knowest it.* The IvOa of v. 11 is, then, the point at which 
the Muse consents to begin ; viz. the eighth year (Od. 7. 261) of the cap- 
tivity of Odysseus in Calypso's isle, and the tenth after the sack of Troy. 
L II. alirftv, properly • steep.' Death is regarded as a plunge down a 
precipice. Cp. Soph. O. T. 877 dv6TOfjLoy &povC€v th dviyicaa^. Trans. 
SeoeraUy • violent.* Cp. the use of praeceps in "LaXia. 



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.A53 imTss. ^H 

1. 13. mxpiilUvDv. The perT. pass, nf XP^I"' ^^^ i" ^pic tbe M^^H 
of ' yearning aJier.' Cp, cvi^i tft^pij/'^VDi. II. 19. :6i. ^^^| 

1. 16. JvuiVT^ is a year regarded as a, series of seasons: l^oi,^^^^ 
date. ' But when the year came as the seasons revolved C>rcfuv[t])i^^^H 
FEW, in which the Gods deslined for him,' etc. ^^^H 

1. 18. ovE'lvSa. 'not even then (antith. to !!t( Ei)) was he escaped ^^^H 
bis trials and [safe] among his friends.' i.e. The time for his it^^^H 
was come, bat there were still many ordeals to undergo, before he S|^^^| 
himself safe in Ilhnca. irofiry. with geait. implies escape 1 &om trof^^^l 
in which one has been actually involved : with the accus. (cp. 0^^^| 
455> it implies that one is spar«l Chem altogether. Others render ^^H 
well. ' Not even there (ec in Ithaca) was he safe from troubles even iitj^^l 
among his friends,' alluding to the struggle with the suitors still in eU^^H 

1. 31, n&pos, used, like irpii', with infin. J^| 

1. 14. 8viro|ifvcm TTrcpCovoi, here a local geniL, as'Apytw, ' at Args%^| 
Od. i- 251. For GiSaCaTu, cp. i 17. 4; IhMro|Uvov, £ 30. 3. Fh^ 
dvn£uv. cp. §S 18. » ; 19. T. I 

1. aS. ToiiTi, ' for them.' | 

1. 19. d|>v^vDii i.e. in point of birth or beauty, not of virtue. 

L 31. amiunm, § 18. 2 ; iV^av. J 15. I. 

1. J3. bL Bi, 'whereas they, even of their owuselves, by their iniidua- 
tion. have sorrow beyond the claims of late. ' Eveiy man had a ceiuio 
arooimt of suffering which he could not forego, but this minimum could 
bs indefinitely increased by recklessness and folly; (r^iQin, § IE. 1. 

L 36. HMrHiffovTO, ' slew Agamemnon on his return [from Troy], 
though well aware of an awful doom, since we told him beforehand.' 

1. 38. apY<u)>6vn|V. This epithet represents Hermes as the slayer d 
Argus the watchful goardian of lo. The word originally had some coa- 
nection with the 'brightness of day,' ifryii-'paiirai (the change from 
ifiivrr}! to ^drn}! being an Aeotic variation), and the latter story seeii^ 
to explain an epitnet whose meaning had become unintelligible. 

1. 39. ^Vf^fLirOoi for fiyda&ai, § 16. 3. 

I. 40. Ttm« 'ArpilBao^' vengeance for Agamemnon.' 

1. 41. IjiiIpiTat for IfifiiKjrai. conjuncL, J 3. 4. 

\. 44. -yXnvKAms, ' with Hashing eyes,' Cp. of Athene H. 1. 100 Etiiw 
ii ol Boot ipiarefi: Cp. vXijnj. 7AaSf, Ma {■ I see '). Olhers render 
' grey-glittering ; " cp. yKavicit as epjtliet of the olive. 

1. 46. KalXt-qv,- Aye verily I (fci/ man lies low in beEtting destruction; 
K perish too any one else 1 ' 

1. 50. Sh Ti. Notice the Epic Tt, used not as a copulative, but ap- 
pended to pronouns, adverbs, and particles, adding a slight tinge of 
indeRnitencss. by pointing rather to general cases than to a ipecial 
instance. It is retained in Attic in ofiSt r« — ' the sort of peisoo tt; 



rsoD tQidu^^ 



ODYSSEY, I. 233 

• 51. yjjerot, larl being omitted, as in Od. 4. 606. Bat a similar 
coluthon occurs IL 6. 396 Ovy&rrjp 'HcritvKot . . 'Htrioay tt Iroccy, 
A.; hf here is adverbial s' therein/ 

53. &Xo5^pttv. Atlas is called a being ' of baleful mind,* because of 
eep knowledge. With ignorant nations a very clever man has some- 
[ 'uncanny' about him. A wizard is only ' one who knows.' (Germ. 

«.) 

)3. avrds, emphatic. d|i4ls txovav, * keep asunder ; ' so dfufiii 
t, n. 13. 706. The name "Arkat (rXAu) signifies the * upholder.* 
^5. 68up6|icvov, to be taken predicatively with Karfpvxd. 
;8. Kol Koirvdv, 'if it were but the smoke,' OaWciv, § 17. 5. 
\g. o{^ w croC ircp, * and tbine heart even recks not of it.' 06 vi 
§6. 

ia. (ttSvcrao, only the first aor. and perf. pass. (cp. Od. 5. 423) used 
>mer. The word contains a pun upon the name of Odysseus. 
I3. vc<^T)YCpiTa, § 0. 3. 

)4. (Tf . . SpKos. In Epic diction a personal accusative is often joined 
an epcxegetic (see on v. i ) accusative of the part affected, t6v dh 
)t 6aff€ K&kvifftv, It is sometimes found in Attic, as vov n* inr((dy€ii 
; Eur. Hec. 812. 

cos o86vTfl0v=* the fence formed by the teeth,' like wjpyov ^/m, * a 
ce in the shape of a tower.* 

)6. Ss ircpl |A^, i. e. ftt rrtpi . . iarl fiporSw v6ov, * who is beyond 
als in wit (so trtpitffffi ywauewv, Od. 18. 248), and beyond all 
X {nfpt = wf piffaws) gave offerings.* 

^o. XXoXv^lAOv, assimilated in case to 5v. For Sou cp. § 15. 5. 
fi. KtncXf&iriovit a local dat, 'among the C Cp. Uvkiotat nty* 
I, Od. 15. 227. 

75. o({ Tt KarcucTiCvci, parenthetical ; as we should say, ' without 
^ slaying him.* 

76. -Tiiuts oi8c, 'we here,* in opposition to the absent Poseidon. 

n, § 17. I. 

78. Join cpk8atv(|ifv (§ 17. 5) otos dvrCa irdvrwv, * to contend alone 

1st all,* viz. in despite of i0. BtSfv. 

82. TOt)TO, sc. voffTTJaai *OS. 

83. Sv8€ 86|iov8c, * to his home,* § 12. 2. (c.) 

^. Sidrropos, 'guide,' from didyca. Cp. Od. ii. 626. Buttmann 
s the word to ^i6jcoa = 9i6jKca, and renders • the runner.* 
85. 6TptivO|j,cv, i. e. drpvvajfMfv, § 3. 4. 
B9. dcuD, cp. §§ 3. 2 and 23. i. 

90. KoXloravra, attracted into construction of accusat. with infin. 
«nrras, from KOftaoj, § 18. 2. 

91. dirciir^|MV, § 17. 5, * to tell out,* as inf. v. 373. 

)a. ASivd, descriptive epithet, • close-thronging.' €iXCiro8a« ec^tessed 



234 SOTES. 

the circling movement of the fool, which is brought round at each step, 
instead of being lifted fairly and set down again. Buttmann wouW 
render ' heavy tramping.' But ' roll ' is the primary notion of root (f*- 
or iK-. <\ucaa has its meaning decided by mpamaa iAurdi, Hyn. 
Heim. 19a. 

1. 97. SypVi, a femin. adject, used substantively, as ft^vpuj, Od. 7. 119; 
taji, Od. 9. 42. 

1. 100. Sd^vitm, from form tiprtjiu. 

1. lOI. Toiaiv Ti Kmitramx. i. e. kot^oijtcu ,{§3.4 and 8. ) = jiriiw- 
ewijMi irala fuirir. The lines 97-100 were rejected by the Alejandtim 
critics 03 an interpolation from II. to. 135 and 5. 746 foil. Athene liucs 
not go to Ithaca in the character of a war-goddeas. 

1. no. ol \Uv takes np K^pumi, and ol 6" o5t« refers to Stpitotra. 

L 112. Trp6Tie(v = «(io[(]TiSt(jai', 5 22. 1; 'set them in the front ol 
the scats,' cp. Od. 10. 354. BotsOvto, 5 4. i. 

L 114. T«Tti]iiai-/«'>'os and itriijius (II. 9, 30) are the only forms iniu 
ofa root TIE. 

L 116. |ivi|irrf|p(rnr tSv |iJv. The demonstrative rarely follows Ibi' 
DOUQ unless a relative clause succeeds, as Od. 3. 119; 10, 74. Hcto i' 
strengthens the antithesis to nji-qv B' ii.ifr6s. (nciSiunv $iln^aiitSas"< 

L 1 30. {^Mtrrd^v, S 23. I. 

1. III. Join l-nti. \u.v -npomfiSa as oT^a f op Kiiaucai i-nta mfian 
vpomiila, Od. 17. 543, the verb being used with a double accusative. 

1. 114. iraTO-oiiiivoi [latiojiai), § 19, i. Witli Stti6 tn xpi), cp. Od- 4- 
463"™/!!! rit tibi opus al. 

1. 125, -Jj 8'IinrtTO n. A. In Epic diction a clause often bepnl,i», 
here, with the article, and the noun follov/s later by a sort of appodtloft I 
■ She, L e. Pallas Athene,' See p. 3 j6. 

L 130. lion, aor, ; (looii, imperat. A defective verb from a present *Btt' 
Join tiro-iriTAir<Ta«, §19. 1. That Mra is accus.sing. from a masc uom 
A2t seems settled by the daL Xir), n. 18. 351 ; others take k as acciU. 
plur. from on old nom. tS^Kinaii, Auoi, 'smooth,' i.e. not embroidcrol 
In any case the epithets taKis SaiS. will be referred back to ipiH* 
(cp. Od. 10. 314. 366), the words ivb .. viTaaaai being parenthetical. 
'And below (t»i, adverbial) was a stool for Ihe feet.' The lAiaiiU li 
a low easy chair with a back : the SfiiriH had none. 
1. 131. ir&p SI (§ 7)1 ' and beside it,' adverbial. 

ticroStv dXXuv fivT|OTripuy. This use is eiplained by taking ^njirr. ai 
the epexegesis of dKKio', ' apart from the others,' sc the suitors. Sj 
Soph. Aj. 51G SAXj) itoipa ^ ' somelhirig else,' t e. fate. Phil. 3S oUa 
/lijnjs 'other things,' vii. rags. Cp. LLvy 4. 41. 8 plauslra Jwvaiuaju 
alia. See p. 198. ^^_ 

i. 134. A&ijmvt, ' shonldfee\a\oWJivi\£ at,' properly the loa[lut^^| 



ODYSSEY, I. 235 

comes fipom satiety. 28i^,sLat. sa-tw, sa-Hs. '&ircp<^CaXos, from {nrtp- 

rtr»* over-grown,* ie. over-weening; for <pv changing to ^t, cp. 

iirv with iptrv. 
1 136. Join irpox^Y ^ipovcra. cir^cvc, sc. over their hands, above 

the basin. v(i|nur0ai, *to wash withal.' 
1 138. «apcl Mwcraf, * drew to their side.' 

L 140. ImBCara, * having laid on [the board] many cates, lavishing 
from 1^ stores.' 

L 141. Kpci^, § 8. a. 

L 143. Join adrolaxv olvoxocvoav. 

L 147. «apcv4vcov, imperf. from imused form yrjvioj, reduplicated from 
I'll* a 'to heap.' 

L 148. lirv-crWi^caOou, Lat. stip-are^* to fill brim-fiill of drink.* Cp. 
Od. 2. 451. Virgil's vina coronant, means to wreath the bowl with 
flowers. (Aen. i. 724; 3. 525.) 

L 150. c{ .. SvTo, from i^hffOai, to dismiss from one's self. 

L 152. dva9i)|uiTa— 'appendages/ i.e. accompaniments. The notion 
of * ornaments ' is later. 

L 155. dv^dXXtTO, ' struck up ' the prelude. 

L 160. p^a, * lightly.* vif)iroivov = * without payment.' 

L 163. tSoCaro, dpT|(raCaTO, § 17. 4. 

i 164. With the double comparative, of two qualities contrasted in 
tile same object, (the latter comparative being assimilated to the former), 
cp, Hdt 3. 65 ivolfjffa rax^tpoL ^ ao<pirTfpa. Lat. libentius quam verius, 
Cic. pro MiL 29. 

L 167. ct ir^p ixs, ' even supposing any one should declare.' <^'qoi, 
the conjunct of an imaginary case. 

L 170. tCs ir69ev ; two questions fused into one. At &7rvoir]s appears 
an indirect question after KardXt^oVf the direct is resumed at vSjs. 

1. 172. cvx«T6fi0VTO, cdx<rdo/ieu, § 18. 2. 

1. 173. irc{6v. Notice the naivete of this remark in the mouth of an 
islander. 

L 175. The general interrogative particle is ^, but the rule of the 
early grammarians was to write in a double question (where Attic would 
have used xt^rtpw . . ^) ^ or 1^6 in the first clause, and, in the second, ^ 
or ijc. (See La Roche, Hom. Textkrit., s. v.) 

vorptaiot, ' ancestral.' 

L 176. to-ttv, § 23. 3. So Iy) x^po^* Od. 18. 194. 

L 177. dXXoi, i.e. strangers. 

L 182. fi86 = * as you see,' * thus ; ' never in Homer = here, 

L 183. vX^cAv, one syllable, § 4. 3. 

L 184. TiiAloT], in Cyprus, the great storehouse for copper (cuprum^ 
au Cyprium), 

L 185. ^B€ — yonder; ' he points as he speaks. 



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1. 185. tir" i-yptf) refers to the "cultivaled land,' as Opposed W 
dlj, iroXiios, 811. 5, 

1. 190. !px"rt[<u]. S 6. 

1. 191. irapTtOfl = rtipariBi!ai, $| 7 luid S3. I, Join 11 
Trans. ' omwling along the slope (Toui'ij from yiyu) of his vi 

1. 193, Uah), properly 'a threshing-floor,' sts.nd9 for any p 
SmoolJted land. Id II. g. 579 DlviJirt3ai> staods as sabslantive. 

1. 195. pXdiTTown kA., ' bar him from his homeward voyage.' i 
"d. 4. 380. Bf^aB-t'" seems connected with KaB-tir. 

1. 199. JpirttovdoHn, from iptisanaa, 5 18. J. 

1. aol. T(XJ«recH, fut., § 19. I. 

L 304. JxTI'"' sc. auriv, iiaiiara is the subject of the vf 

1. 207. Tiaat = T^Aiitoi, ' grown so big.' 

1. 109. Wfia Totav, like our familiar ' evet so often.' This addition of 
Touju gives an emphasis which was probably marked by some cupressive 
gesture. Cp. iriTp Tiaay, i. c. with finger on lip. Od. 4. 7 76 ; see aUo 
Od.3. jai.and 11. 135. 

1. 210. ivQ^'^jwvai. js, 'embarked for; ' i^av=lBiaav. 

L 113. iniiW|i(vDC. Irregular perf. put. from vrfu. Lit. ' haviog 
the breath of life' (Od. 10. 495), and thence = ' intelligent.' Cp. llif 
I^t. anima and animue. 

1. 116. Yimv^Toi^^, ■ paj-entage.' 

].1I7. TW-T,™, |1B. J. 

1. 118. (TiT|ie. i.e. <TeT[(]^«, redupl. second *at. (j 18. ») from 
nnused pres. rlimi. 

1. aio. ToO y,i (JHOt iKYEVtaflai^nunc vtro, ^ inJklicUsimia ta 
haminam, 9111 mifiUum dicunl esse. 

1. 191. viSKni\u/ev ondnru, 'inglorious for the time to come.' X'r 
speak of ■ looking forward ' to the future. To Homer it appeared as ihc 
unseen things coming up behind us. Cp. liapaaSir in the sense of ' tlic 
past.' Plat, Phaedr. 377 D. 

I. 353, TDiav iY*'*a''o, {§ 19. 3). Cp. Virg, Aen, 1. 609 Qw M laltn 
gtitvare parenles. 

I. 315. Jir[l]X*Ta, (rikoiiai.) the aorist, where out idiom Uses the pre- 
«BQt. Cp. Tmfw ira<, Hor.Od, 1.37.4. rtwri [i.e. tmiTd) rf iroT*^] 61 
<rf xpc^ ; ]ite^\jtqutirtam de rt opustf bitbptf Withxp^i^ ^pplyT'l'*''''" 
asOd.4.634,orI«i,asOd. a. 38. The sense is, ' What do yon want wiHi 
this sort of thing?' „^_ 

1. aafi. ilXaiKv | ij^^ji -y* | |iwi, § 4. 4- ti^*- ' this that I see.' 

1. 237. Hit ri |j,iM, 'since with insolent behaviour these men stem (0 
me to be arrogantly feasting.' Cp. Od. 3. 346. Others render, ■ How 
insolently I" 

). SJ9. S« -nt, 'who might chance to come among them with his 



onrssEY^ I. 237 

L 23a. liAXiv, ' was like to be,' or, as wb say, * to have been.' Cp 
fbJ^ dinuiiia^, Od. 4. 94, 181. The Schol. interprets it by &<p«iK€v, 
Mmi. 

1 334. ^dXovTO, for ifiovK., as dcAAoir^t, for dcAXoro^t , IL 8. 409. 
fufnimm, § 18. a. 

L 235. ir^ irdvTuv, ^a# ca$ttrist i. e. He has been lost to our sight, 
under sadder circumstances than any other man ; not merely removed 
bf death. 

L 338. ht x<P<^f ' ^ the arms/ 

L 339. T^ , * in that case,' taking up ^iirj, 

L34I* &pvtiiai,«>*the snatchers,' a personification of storm-winds. 
Q^. Od. ao. 66, 77, where the same thought is expressed by hviXorro 
9U^Xgu, The Harpyies of Virg. Aen. 3. a 10 are a later creation. 

L 343. otxcT[<tt], § 6. 

L 346. Ithaca, Sam^ [Cephallenia], and Zacynthus (11. a. 631), formed 
die kingdom over which Odysseus ruled; but it did not include 
Dnlichium (ibid. 625), which is supposed to have been one of the 
Echinades, perhaps afterwards joined to the mainland by the deposit of 
the Achelous. 

1. 349. TcXcvn^v irofS)crai, sc. by choosing a husband. 

I 351. tAx^ i^ Homer always = * quickly ; ' never » ' perhaps.' 

Join icaC ly! avr6v. 

L 353. voXXdv, § 13. 5. 

L 354. S KC X^i^o^ ^^H^ilt 7»< mantis inferat. 

1* a55. cl ^dp. This combination = utinam ; it is resumed by the simple 
optative in v. 365, but it also introduces a protasis, to which v6vt€s 
«f gives the apodosis (v. 266), The use of the Latin si is similar. 

L 359. *E^upi|S. There are several places of this name. The choice 
here U^ between the Thesprotian and Elean Ephyra. 

I 361. 5^pa otcCi|, *that he might have it, to smear his arrows withal.' 
Cp. Od. 9. 248. 

I 364. ^iAi€oicc, § 17. 6. 

I 367. cv Yowaox. This phrase seems to be interpreted by the ex- 
pressions yowd{ofuUf rd <rd yotjvaO* l«dva;, Od. 3. 92 and ii. 68. Cp. 
also IL 6. 303, where the votive robe is laid upon Athena's knees. 

L 368. 4troT(o'CTat. Indie, fut. with «€, as in IL i. 175 ol W ftc 

L 370. Sirmos, (§- 8. 3), trans. * how thou wilt expeL' 

L 371. d 8* ^Y^ Generally interpreted as an ellipse for c{ Z\ [jSoi/Xcc] 
Hep. But c2 may be an exclamation, like Latin da, 

L 373. ir^^poSf, (^(<v), imperat., § 16. 2. 

L 375. fAifrlpa. . ..d^' ^'TWf ^^ anacoluthon. The sentence would 
rightly have run, fojripa 82 [jSvoaxOt] ^^ Uyai. 

L 377. ot IM, L e. the £Eithef and other members of the fjunily. M. 



ajS 



NOTSS. 



Cp. n a. 



mu,S4t=-'iiIong wilh.' fir! with genit., ■ 
means, literally, " taking the direction of 
1. 380, dlpmM. Spai, 1 19. I, 
1. 383, kUds, 'news,' got by hearsay, 
otor ixavo/itp, ol/Si ti IS/ifi'. 
1. 286. Gt yip. (demonstr.), ' for be came back last,' 
I, iSS, Tpvxiyfv6t irtp. sc. b; the suitots of his mother, 
1. igt. X'''"*- CX^"- S ^^- 3)' KTEpetfot, Gffirvai, •t>pd{iirS(U, 
infinit. for imperat, iiri= ' besides .' 

1. 2gJ. viiiriia*. The nom. Kjini; is lengthened to mp-i^ij (5 3., 
11- 9, 491 ; and analogously the ace. t^viat to in7irjfiiu, as alnaat 
alndaofloi, 11. 10. I20. 'Yon ought not to practise childishness, siM 
you are no longer of the age for it.' Homer uses plurals where in laU 
Greek we find an abstract noun. Cp. Od. 2. 346; 5. 250. 

I. 29S. ^ oflK, § 4, 3. 

I. ?9g. ill' dv9p<£inrut, ' spreading over.' irOTpoifiDviia, S ol ir. 1 
Iktb. Sec on Od, i. i, and p. 228. 
1. 302. Jo-<T[o], I 23. 4. 
I. 310. T(Topirfi|ievos, (ripmi), | 16. 2. 
L 313. ola, EC. mi/i^Aui, BiBoOin, % 23. 1. 
I. 315. XiXaifi|*«v£v irtp, ' very eager.' irtp here intensive and !!■ 



I 



1. 317. Sifitvai, see on sup. v. 291. 

1. 31S. Kal pl\a KoXdv JX(b. i.e. 'talcing it ODt from among yOD'' 
treasures, (not = 'choosing'), and it will be worth a return-present 10 
you,' i. c. when you visit me, I will give you as good an one. 

I. 320. dvoJiaiQ, The meaning and accentuation of this word ttr 
altogether nncertain. It is interpreted, (t) ' upwards ' (cp. Anopaea. ti 
name of mountain -pass, Hdt. 7, ii6) ! (i) ' the enopaia' a. sort of 
sea-eagle ; (3) ' up the smoke-vent ; ' fi<ri), (query if d»* 
and (4) 'unseen,' (d-i-fijr-anra). The choice s "' ' 



,d (2). 



2(5), 



dr' imwlk 

e betwfi^^H 



t 



16. AiT [o], 5 34. 7. 
1. 31S. (irtpuLiStv {iufpmov) ^ 
1. S30. KaT.pV|(r«-o, 4 20. .1. 
I. J37. TToXXd^dp. The clause containing the rejaons of her action'i! 
thrown first. Cp. Od. 10, 174, 190. ci6os. § 23. 8, 
I. 33S, KXdevn, % S. 2. 

1. 343. ii«(ivi]|ifvT|, ' calling it to mind.' The paiticip, stands free 
from the construction, (as in Od.4. 151), and di^pJi depends on n^tMir. 
■the person, Imean.of a man who,' etc. Cp. sup. v. 161 nnd Od. II, 549, 
The phrase fSUds icol |i^(rav ' Apyo! is a sort of familiar saying like 
from Dati to Beersheba," and signifies the whole of Greece. Hellas, 
propaly s district in Thessaly, is extended to signifiy all extra- 



ODYSSEY^ I. 239 

lan Greece, and lUaw "Afyyos (sc. 'AxoXnbp), the kingdom of 
a, is taken to include the whole of the Peloponnese. 
5 vw t[oi], § e, * are not the cause,' sc. of your sorrow, 
.^orn^s, generally interpreted * enterprising/ * gain-getting/ 
D», is also explained as ' corn-eating/ from &\<f>i'4S€iv, Cp. 
Dd. 9. 191 ; 8. 222. iKdorqp, is in |ipposition with Mft&atP. 
Kov here, and oIkovSi (§ 12. 2), v. ^60 ^OdXafxoy. 
rO resumes the ifwt, • to this person (sc. to me) belongs.* 
56-359 were rejected by the Alexandrian critics as an inter- 
m Hector's interview with his wife, II. 6. 990. 
ci6cvTa, probably because the only light came through the 
Dpened ; or through the smoke-vent, 
tin irapaicXi9fjvai [airj h] Xcx^e<rox. 

8c Ka\ov, * this is a fine thing,' viz. dicovifitv doiSov. Cp. sup. 
376. 

Lcvoa, iniin. explaining and in apposition with fiv9ov. 
A^ § 15. 2. a)i,cip6)i,cvoi k. otx., 'changing about from 
•use,* i. e. the guest of to-day is the host of to-morrow, and 

iroivov, y. 380 v^iroivoi, 'without recompence;* in first case« 

ing; in second = unavenged. 

tp(iS<ro(Jiai, § 4. 2. 

»ox, § 23. I. iTttXCvTiTa cpya, *acts of requital.* 

4>vvTcs x*^^*^"' oSclJ, • fastening on (lit. * growing on *) their 

teeth.' *0-Sa^t SdK-v-<u=Jja,t.mordicus, 

• in that ;* propter id quod=tn. 

9. Antinous and Eurymachus preserve their characteristics 

the insolent scoffer, and the smooth man of false professions. 
.Tp<&tov, * thine ancestral right.' 

VTO KOLKurrov. Telem. pretends to believe that Antinous 
thought it a bad thing to come to the throne, since he 
tt. may be spared that burden. The subject to ^affiXtvifJtfv 
5sed, but it is implied by the ol that follows. 8«^>=8a)^. 
aiXtjes, ' chieftains.* 
' ?X'n<"'» *niay have this ' = Attic opt. with dy. Cp. Od. 4. 

7. 

'. V. 267. 

rj<|)t, § 12. I. 

'op^aCaci o-e KTifjp,aTa, double accusative on the analogy of 

tion with d<paip€ia0ai. 

\s (not vai€Ta6jffi]St § 18. 2), 'existing,* properly = ' dwelling,' 

is stood for their inhabitants. So Soph. Aj, 595 

*n K\fiva "SaXafiU ffh fi4v wov 

vaUis 6XinKcucT0» evdaifiajy. 



\ 



^tl^ 



Z^ tfOTSS. 

I. 406. iimittv, indirect question a.ftcr iptaSai, ■voitp and wail dired 
1. 409. Trans. ' Or comes he thus, deEiring his ova business [done] 

riS' Udvn ; Lit. ' comes be Iliis coming V = n^vf d^(iy df nvRni ; q 

Od. J. 315. 
L 4ri. yv&\mat, "for us to know him ;* and he need not have been ! 

5hy» ob ydp ti Kait^. M'TA- , 

1. 414, <E TTOflfv !\9oi, sc. iYl^h '■ others mafce »aT^^ ifiit tb 
L 417. The Bom. to the seQlence is oOrot, 'this ni 

I. 410. fiOaviniv, 5 13. a. 

II. 433, 423. Join Iir-«Xe«iv, iir-TjXOiv. 
1. 414. KUKtlovrn, S§ 7 and 23. 6. 
1 435. alX^lB, local gen., as "ApTnoi, Od. 3. 151, Others moke 

depend on oBi, like toAi»fli 70(171, Od. 1. 131. 

L418. •(cBvatGvia(i.e.^i9iira,SS),'witlitnistyheatt.' Thisuseof» 
is common, to denote chaiacter; e, g. aSt/iiaria, iKapiua, almiia. At 
The fern, of particip. dR^i has the shortened vowel, as riBriKiit, TctaXi 

1' 433' X^Xo* Bi, where one would expect ^tdAov Tiip. The connecti 
of clauses in Homer is often marked only by their thus bdug pnt si 
by side (co-ordinated) instead of being made dependent on one anoll 
(subordinated). See p. 337. 

1. 436. iSt£(v, (0^701), Attic form ^{a. 

1.439. '*<''K^'''<«™. 'smoothed,' TpijTd*, not bored with holes 10 <i 
the ropes that supported the bedding, but bored with holes in oito 
be bolted together, 

1. 44I. Trans. ' She pulled the door to with the silver hook, and dr 
home the bolt by iti strap.' The vXijIi here is a. bar on the inner s 
of the door. There was a hole in the door, through which passe 
strap fixed to the bar. Whra you had left the room, and shut the di 
after you, the next thing was to pull the loose end of the stiap wh: 
hung outside the door, and Ibis drew the bolt across the doot ioti 
socket made to receive it in the jamb (araSiiit). The bar « 
lifted again from the outside by passing through the stiaploll 
or key lalso called «Xi;l.). See Od. »i. 47 foU. 



bar ««ji 



BOOK n. 

1. 3. (vvii<tiv, 1 13. I. 

1. 3. iaai.^tvat, § 19. 1 {inviu). Join mph[j]0*T[o], 

1. 5. 4vTi)V, literally, 'if looked at face to C-ice'^'in pi 

1.7. d,Qp^,seeonOd.3. 137. 

1. 9. ^lYtpflfv, 5 33. I ; VtI^'P' 'Y'™"' expresses the completed tw 
ofii7«p*<''. 

1. II. KWH, cp. Virg. Aen. 8. 461. dpyis, in its original meanisl 
' while and glistering,' gets the sense of swift through the notion 
i;lancing niovemcnt. Cp. al4>,o» and Lat. niicorj, coruscare. 



ODYSSEY^ II. 241 

L 13. 0i|cOvTO, $ 4. I ; from an Epic form Brjiofioi for Mo/juu, 

L 14. Y^povTi^ the head men of the noblest families, generally the 

auBcdiate advisers of the king. The notion of age is not necessarily 

etained in the word, any more than in senatus ('senex*) or in our 

Idermati, 
1 17. Kol Yclp seems to be the explanation of tt 8^ fipo* itv<t>b» frjv, 

iiich was natural enough if, twenty years ago, he had a son old enough 

) cany arms at the siege of Troy. 

L 30. iru|JArov 8^, *atid dressed him last for supper.' ^Sociorum Ulyssis 

Amus iUe/uU quern devoravit Cyclops/ Bothe. Cyclops had threatened 

h» iyw niiiarov tidofuu, but OZti» had anticipated that by blinding 

m, Od. 9. 344, 360. 

L 21. ols' for him.' 

L 33. Ipya, opera rustica, which usage appears in the title of Hesiod*s 

em, "Eftya teal 'H/i^pai. 

L 33. 0^65' 6s, ' notwithstanding,' i. e. though he had three sons left. 

I 34. ToO SaKpvx^ov, * shedding tears for him.' So dbvptaOai with 

nit, Od. 4. 104. 

1. 36. 96«Ncof (Epic for Owtcot), is here equivalent to the fiovX^ of the 

iers, Od. 3. 137. 

L 38. £8€. See on Od. 1. 153. xp^*^ <^a> cp. Od. i. 342. 

L 39. Join rCva vtQiv dvSp&v, «.r.X. -f) ot= 4 ^t^^ivuv ot. 

L 30. OTpoToO seems naturally to refer to any invading host. But 

e Schol. interprets it of the army returning from Troy. 

L 31. ^v x' ^V^^^' X*» i-®' **» * which he might tell us of, when he had 

xa the first to hear of it.' 

L 33. 6v^|icvos, 'favoured by heaven,' an aoristic participle, used 

Ijcctively {dviytjfii), properly expresses the condition of one on whom 

le blessing (Hycuo) has been fulfilled ; as ciOk6fL€yo9 is one for whom the 

use {SKoio) has worked. 

L 35. The <Hil^'n* o^ ' lucky omen,' consisted in the unconscious blessing 

ronounced on Telemachus ; for Aegyptius did not know who 

ad called the assembly. For a similar opportune vox emissa, cp. 

•i^ 5- 55. 
L 36. ItI 8t\v, the i lengthened before S/^., § 2, the original form of S^y 

I ^foM ; (cp. Lat diu and dies) properly = ' a whole day long.* 
L 39. Join yipovrck irpoo-lctir. Trans. Ka0airT6|i,cvos * accosting 

im.' 
1 43. ftiTM. In the corresponding passage, sup. v. 31, the optative 

ccurs. Perhaps Telemachus changes it to a conjunctive, as im- 

•lying that he * really will ' give every information which he happens 

be the first to hear. 
1. 45. S, ' inasmuch as,' cp. Od. i. 383. Others translate, * which has 

i^ upon my house [in the shape of] mischief.' 

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a42 NOTES. 

1. 46. 8oid, in apposition to Katc6v, * that is to say; two sorts of thin^' 
The simplest way is to read Kcued., with Aristophanes. 

v|fciv ToCo-Sc<rox, ' you here/ This and roialtai are the usual Homerie 
forms of ToTaht. The Epic datival termination seems to have been 
appended to the already inflected case, i. e. roiaZt -oat. 

1. 49. Join air-oXlao-as. 

1. 50. (Aoi, dativus etbicus, cirlxpotov, * beset.' 

1 53. Icarius was said to be then living in Sam^ (CephalleniaV 

1. 54. 8oCt) 8*. The sentence in full would run, 80117 hi ovr^ rovTf 
$ tc( i$4\oi bovvcu, /cal $s ol [so 'Iicap/9;] K^x^f^^H^^o* tXBoi, Cp. vA. 
V. 113. 

1* 55' els fjfxfrcpov, so. h5)i»a. Most MSS. read cl« ^iieripov, whid 
may have been an inaccurate idiom formed on a fjalse smalogy from «b 
'Axhot, (U AlyuirroiOt such phrases making it seem as if the prepositioD 
was properly followed by a genitive. 

1. 58. rd 8i iroXXcl kot. * And these things are wasted largely.' Cp. 
Od. 5.333. Jfir* = tv€ari. 

1. 59. co-Kcv, § 23. 4. 

1. 60. Toioi d|jivv4p,cv, ' such men (as he was) to ward ofif mischief;' cp. 
Zaaov tpvaOatj Od. 5. 483. Iircira, 'thereupon (sc. if we made the effort) 
we should prove but sorry folk and imskiUed in defence.' 

1. 63. Trans. * For deeds have been wrought no longer endurable 
(dv[a]<rx*'''^)» ^^^ ^'^ longer decent is the ruin of my house.' Hospital- 
ity can put up with a great deal, but there is an end to even the most 
lavish generosity. 

1. 64. vc|&e<r(Tif|. alSlorO.j imperatives. The words oi vcpivoiCTtiovtfi 
form the epexegesis of vfpi/eriovas. So II. 9. 123 tvMOv$ 6B\o<p6povi, d 
&i$\ia ifoaclv dpovro. 

1. 67. Join |j.cTflurrpli|/. ^pya, ' bring back your deeds upon your own 
heads.' 

1. 68. \Ur<ro\Lax with gen., as yowdiofuu, Od. 11. 66. More commoa 
with the addition of vp6». 

1. 70. He addresses the whole body of the Ithacensians in contrast to 
the suitors : * Let be, my friends, and suffer me to pine with melancholj 
grief all alone [he would not have his sorrow for his father disturbed by 
the tumult of the suitors] : unless perchance my father, Odysseus the 
good, did spitefully work woes to the Achaeans, by way of requiting me 
for which ye are spitefully working me woe, by encouraging these 
suitors. But for my interests it were better that you should be the men 
to eat my store and stock. If you should eat it, there would soon be 
recompence made, for we would address you with our claim throughout 
the city, asking back our substance, till everything had been restored. 
But as it is, you are laying incurable anguish on my heart.* i.e. The 
Ithacensians by taking the part of these suitors who came from distanl 



ODTSSET^ 11. 243 

koines were robbing Telemachus of his chance of recovering his losses. 

He might claim damages from the Ithacensians, he could not from the 

aitors. 

1 80. Join irorl-pdXf = vpo<rifia\«, 
L81. dvairp^otifl. irp^Oeiv, an onomatopoeia, is generally used of 

the msh and roar of flame, but is transferred to the sounds of streams 
and winds. 

I 83. iici\v, adverb, of the form of a femin. accus., prop, dic&ay (cUao*) 
from A-x&Bt=^ bisctre, 

L 86. Trans. * and would fain attach blame to us also.' 

L 88. wf pi . . otScv, * knows beyond all others/ 

L 89. rdxa 8'ftiri rlrapToy, * the fourth is fast passing away;* cp. inf. 
Y. 107. So Uvaif of departure, inf. v. 367. 

L 93. 86X0V ^Xov, i.e. * besides ' the constant false promises. 

L 94. arfjot&aOoa Urrdv is, properly, to * erect the loom itself.* Here 
it is to ' set up a large web,* or rather to set up the warp^ i.e. the vertical 
threads, which hung from the ivyov or top piece of the frame of the 
loom. The weaver when at work threw the shuttle {xtpKit, Od. 5. 62) 
through the threads of the warp, and then had to cross over to the 
other side, to pick up the shuttle and send it back. This walking across 
VIS technically called inoix^aOaiy Od. 5. 62. 

L 96. I|mI, the possessive pronoun, as in Od. 3. 325, 475. 

L 97. Join liTiiYiiifvoi r6v I. 7., * though eager for.* 

L 99. ^ Stc kcv, as we say, * against the time when.' 

L 100. Tavi|Xryt^ * the outstretcher,' a picturesque epithet, alluding 

to the body ' streaked * for burial, from ray-ad* . . X^7a;, root AEX, ' to lie.* 

L loa. irfiWioi, § 23. 6. 

L 104. h/va K(&1, * so then she would weave.' leal^she really did, as 

she said she would* 

L 105. ^AXvcaiM, §§7 and 17. 6. irapaOciro, *when she had set at 
her side.' Optative of repeated action after a historic tense ; cp. Od. 4. 

322. 

L 108. mI r^c Bi\, A common formida for tlie introduction of the 
.apodosis. 

L no. rd |Uv, so. <papo9. 

L 113. L e. yafUttrOcu ToiJry frivi, var^p yafUtaBou ic(\€v(i koI bs iv- 
Wwi abrf. See on sup. v. 54. 

L 115. The apodosis to d 8* In is forgotten in the long parenthesis 
which follows; but it ultimately comes, though changed in form, in v. 1 23. 

L 117. lirCoravOot . . KipSca . . 4>pcvas stand as three accusatives, 
<leicriptive of the gifts & ol booKty 'A^vtf. 

L 118. Ttv* dKovo|i,cv, so. kvlaraaOat or voTJffoi, 'Such as we have 
never heard that any of the dames of old [knew], of those who,' etc. 
We should expect fvvkom/jildw *A., but these words 9x^ ^SXxhsX^ ys^^ 

R a 



I 



244 NOTES. 

the case of the reUtive. For Tyro and Alcmcne, see on Od. ii- i.lSi 
365. Mycene was a daughter of laachus. 

1. 131, The full phrase would be vo^iurra SfuHa yo^fuuii Ibiriktntti^'' 
For a similar brachjiogy, see Od. 4. 3?g, and cp. mijuu Xaflrfas" 
i/iotai, 'hair like the [hait of the] Graces,' 11. 17. 51, 

L 135. nOcim, J S3. I. 

1. 126. irouiT[ai], } 6. 

I 118. 'Axoiilv. genit. afler^; qi. Od. J. 448. 

L 131. iriiT^p S'tnis, 'and my father is in some other part of tbt 
world, whether he be alive or dead.' For the if, see on Od. 1. 171 ; ^^' 
conjunction is omitted with the firtit clause, as in Od. 4. 1 10. 837. 

L i:ii. oiTM-IvEiv, sc 'the amount of dowry which Penelope oriipns'ly 
brought with her to the family of Odysseus. 

L 134. Jk Ya>p TvO, ' for from him, her father.' 

1. 135. dp^ircr[aO. 5 8. 

1. 137. |i09o», sc. ' the order to depart.' 

U.i39-_i45 = Od. 1.379-385. _ 

I. 148. (iin |i(¥ pa, "for a while,' generally eipressed by Ti'oa «"* 
one syllable, 5 4. 3. 

1. 151. iroXXi. Several good MSS. read iruKvi, ■ with rapid beai- 

1. 152. h 6' lBfn]v, ' And they glared down on the heads of all. 
their look boded death. And having torn each other round cheeli . . 
throat,' etc., iliifrl. heing retracted to the first clause. This usage 14 i^n 
rare in Homer. So perhaps d/i^ maybe taken as an adverb, 'all 
around,' and the accusatives be directly governed by Spi«f: 

1. 1 54. Ecfu>, sc Eastward, the observer faced the North ) cp. II. 1 : 
339. 

1. 156. *(i*\X<iv, by Attic rale l/iftAt. 

1. ijB. S|iii|Xi>ctT|V^ jfi^^iKoi, 'his peen.' &(>[airTa from mivi'/iiii. 
For the infiu. yvuh" introducing the points of excellence, cp. ipiaTtvtoti 
liAxiaBai. II. 6. 460, Od, 5. 170. 

1. 162. (Ipu, a present tense, found only in Odyssey = i/ica. 

1. 16S. iroXimv, § 13. 5. ' He will prove a curse to many bcades of 
HE who dwell.' etc. Cp. *aitu>' nanmai ■jtrol/irj!', Od. 16. I03. 

1. 167. fuEEUXos, see Od. 9. 11. 

1. 168. icaTairaV(ro|Hv, conjunct., 6 S, 4, ■ to diEck,'sc.tbiinWs, token 
up in the following otroi. 

1. 171. TtXnm]Wjvav, cp. tnf. Y. aSo, 'will be accomplished.* The 
sense of futurity being transferred from the ^iid- 'I forelell,' to the 
inlinitiie. Cp. lii-wi ifiSiaBai, sc, ptri/umni mi. H. 13. 666, i^'i 
^ufl^uooflai, Od. 3. 125. Cp. t6iuif noiiV, -believe that it luHI tall.' 
soph. Aj, 1081. 

L 1/8. Cp. Viig. Aen. 9. 39> ^H 



ODYSSEY^ It. ^45 

I x8o. Jmn lya^ voXXdv &)uCvoiv crio |u&vtcv€90<u ratVra. 
I l8i. £ird with accus. after (fxuTWffi, * moving to and fro beneath.' 
1 183. lva£(n|AOi, ' significant.' 
L 185. dvic£t|«, d»lriiu, * to let loose/ * to hound on.' 
1 186. ironS^fAcvos, § 20. 4. 
1 189. irap[a]4^L|ji«vot, ' havmg talked over.' 

L 190. dvi'VK>loTfpov, as if from dafirjpfjt not dpiijpSs. avrcp « Ti/Xc^mSx?'- 
L 191. This line has been generally rejected as an inappropriate 
Imtalion of IL i. 562. ctvcxa t^8c may mean, * with the aid of all 
Aese omens of thine.' 
L 194. Iv «£Uriv, ' in presence of all.' 

L 195. Is irarpdt, see sup. v. 55. dirovlcaOou. with long initial vowel 
metrigrat. Cp. Od. 7. 119 and 12. 423, and see p. 225. 
n. 196, 197= Od. I. 277, 278. 

L 199. l|&in)S here, as always in Homer, s ' notwithstanding ;' o<i nva 
is aihdivided into o^* cUv, . o(b-c. 
]. 202, i&vOloi syncopated for fwOitait § 17. 3. 

L 203. pcpp^CTCo, § 16. 3. Ixra, * recompense,' neuter plural in 
abstract sense, as ^lercta* escape,' Od. 8. 299. 

L 204. SiOTpC^v |it|Tpds ^^(Jiov occurs in Od. 20. 341. Here the 
verb is used with direct personal object, and ydfxov is added as accus. 
reditu, 

L 206. Tfjs, so. UijvtKoirelria, 'the excellence of her/ or perhaps *that 
excellence,* sc. which we all know of. 

I. 210. TaOra^'your departure from my house.' 
lL2i5-2i7«Od. I. 281-283. 

U. 2ia-223 = Od. 287-292. 

L 222. xe»»' • KTcpct^cD, apparently conjunctive of aorist though parallel 
with 9&9». Yet x**^*' niay be the indicative future, x^^<^o^ having dropped 
the^. 

L 227. •ylpovn may be most simply referred to Laertes. Others render, 
*0%;<r(r€^ hvkrptviv ol [M.ivTopi] oXkov, [ficrc oIkov] neiOtaOat yepovri [Miv- 
ropi] Kot \aih-6v] <f>v\dffa€ivir6vra. The change of subject is not uncommon. 

II. 228, a29»sup. w. 160, 161. 

L 230. irp64p«>v, * with all his heart,' adverbial to dyav6$ and ijnios. 
To tarn the optatives cti; and fii(oi answer. 

L 235. |*VT|<rr»ipas, subject, not object, to Upbtiv, 

L 237. irap[a]Oe)uvoL, * jeoparding,' lit. ' staking/ as Lat. pono. a^% 
516. 1. 

1. 240. 4v«p, with iota subscript, is nominative plural from av«us, 
Attic ifonn of &yao»=dyavSos. Buttmann would write dv€<u or dvioj as 
an advo'b, like ovroa. In 1) 8' dyeo) ^v ^to the number and gender show 
that Sv€w must be adverbial there (Od. 23. 93). 

L 245. Leiocritus threatens Mentor thus— Xom ca)^ "vsa fe^ ^.x\\>i^ 



246 NOTES. 

and so we are in comparison with the Ithacensians, but remember tfe 
you stand alone, * and it is terrible work to fight about a meal with m 
who moreover [tccLf] outnumber you.' Even Odysseus would not sta 
before us, and shalt tbou stand ? This interpretation alone fits in w 
the context. 

1. 250. IX06vT[t], § 6. fwCinToi {k<f>iim). avroi), * there.* 

!• 255. Trans. * He will have to wait a long while and hear news 
his £Either in Ithaca.' 

1. 257. ai4nf|pt^v, some render as = atipa. Better as a descriptive epitl 
* quick to disperse,' at his bidding. 

1. 261. With vC{car6at &X^, local genitive, cp. \o^€tr0€u vora/uSot 
6. 508. Others describe it as a partitive gen. 

1. 262. 8 X^^ 0* 4-> ^ 9^ venisti bestemus deus. We might exp 
K\vSi fJteVf Beds t x^^C^' 4^* ^^^ ^^ ^<^' ^^ drawn into the relal 
clause. 

1. 263. T|6poci8'j\s, ' hazy ;* d^p is never * clear * air. 

1. 269. irpo(n|v8a, governs both accusatives. <^uvT|(nMro ^i *hav 
lifted up her voice,' intransitive. 

1. 270. ov8' 6iri0cv. Thou hast not been, < nor in time to come si 
tbou be.' 

1. 272. olos cKCivos n|v, supply toiovt6¥ ff€ thau, tpyov tc Ivot 
seems to signify, * all that should be said or done.' Cp. II. 15. 234^ 
aofjuu €pyoy rt |]ro« re. 

1. 274. ou and not /i?), as the negative only qualifies tctivov and not 
whole sentence; cp. Od. 12. 382. 

1. 284. 6s, as the gender shows, only takes up the word $6jfcn 
disregarding leijpa. Iir* 4)pxiTt = *in [one] day.' Cp. II. 10. 48. 
l<lnffjiipio» = * in the course of a day,' Od. 4. 223. 

1. 286. TOios . . 8s Toi, * so good . . as that I,' etc., the 6$ roi explain 
how the kindness will work; cp. Od. 11. 135, 549. 

1. 289. ^poov, § 19. 2. 

1. 293 = Od. I. 395. 

1. 395. cviivai, sc. vrja, * to launch.' 

1. 298. TCTiT|)i.^vos, cp. Od. I. 114. 

1. 300. dvic|«.ivovs, * ripping up,' lit. « * letting loose in an upwj 
direction.' The knife is put in at the lowest part and works towanls 
head. Cp. K6\'nov dviffiivrj, II. 23. 80. 

1-301. Join kU lOvs Tt|\c|4. Od. i. 119. 

1. 302. ivi^v ol x^^P^* * lie fastened on his hand ;' i. e. grasped 
hand. x**P^ dative after h€<pv and not instrumental. Cp. Od. 3. 3; 
see also Aen. 8. 124. c|ovo|id{€iv does not always mean, * called him 
name,' as, e.g., in Od. 5. i8i, but it always implies a direct perso 
address. 
L $04. tpyov re liros t«, In appos\\ioTv\A Noitb. 



OLYSSET^ 11. 247 

L305. MUyLt¥, k:tA, Infinitive for imperative, iuh*'! prithee;* 
edrical dative. 

L306. 'Axaiol, here=3lthacensians. 

L 311. diccovTa, supply fit or nvd. 

1 5x2. 4| o^ (§ 4. 3) aXiS &9 = nonni satis est quod J 

L 513. ifi, § 23. 4. Instead of a fresh sentence introduced by Si, 
Attic style would have put Ifcov ^rt vrjjtlov 6vto». 

L 316. Join ciri-i'fiXcD = ^omoJo vohis inmittam. 

I 319. Ifiiropos, ' a passenger, for I am not to be (yiyyofuu) possessed 
of ship or rowers.' 

L331. 4| ^a, *he spake;' not a shortened form for ^^-17, but an 
imperfect from a defective ^fjH, corresponding to Lat. d-j'O, i. e. aio. 

L 332. ptXa, * lightly,* * without more ado.* The line was rejected, as 
a Itte interpolation made to introduce the urivaTrjp^s, 

L 324. ctirfOKC, § 17. 6. Tis=' one and another.' 

L 327. S ^f, see on Od. i. 4, and cp. the use of tile, Virg. Aen. 5. 

457- 
Mi Wi trip. ' Since you see he is so terribly set [upon killing us].' 

L 334. The meaning of the gibe is that now the suitors find enough to 
do in eating the substance of Telemachus; but it would be double 
trouble to have to make a division of it, should he die. 

L 336. ^pi [roiiTy] St TI8. Cp. sup. V. 29. 

L 337. K<vrcp^<rfTO, § 20. 3. The icard. is explained by Od. 4. 680. 

L 338. Join VT|T^ CKCITO. 

L343. ical = iKa/ir€p. 

L 345. SiicXCScSf (KKivw\ doors ' folding double.' Such doors (H. i 2 
f55 foU.) had double cross-bars to secure them. 

L 346. tayC — tfTKc, § 23. 4. This does not mean that she slept and 
lived in the store-house, but was constantly about it at all hours of the 
^y and night. « 

L350. Xap<&TaTos, (Xda), 'nicest.' For this form of compaiison in 
ui adjective with long penult., see § 12. 6. 

L 351. Kd|A|«)pov, § 7. 6io|*,ivi|, * expecting.' 

L 356. &0p6a, predicat. with rtriixBoD, * let them all be made ready 
together.' 

L 363. ^CXf Wkvov, constructto ad sensum. 

1.365. i&oOvos^ may =* all alone,' as Od. 3. 217; but comparing Od. 
(6. 117 foIL 

• ' ij/ieriprjv y€V€^v /xotSvoaat T^poviow, 

fioww Aatprrjv *ApK€lcrio» vl6v truer € 
liovvov 8* o5t' 'OSvc^a iror^p rixeu, avr^ 'Odvaatht 
/Mwov ifi' Iv fxty^poKTi riKfjJV \iiT€v, 
H would rather mean her * only child.' 

L 367. mMic' UvTt, 'directly you start.* 



1. 369' l''"' *'^' ~ p^" °^'> ' 



I here, abiiimg ; 



ongst il 



1. 370. tiri is followed by tlie accnsatiye here as if Ihe sentence tan 
KaxovaSmvra dAoAijaftii cv} viyrov. 

1- 373' |»vWi<n«r9(u,, for the tense, 5ee sup. v. 171, 'not to tell mj 
mother before the eleventh or twelfth day be come, or she herself nii^ 
me.' The construction with rjHv changes fiom conjuncL to infin. A 
converse change is found in II. 17. 504 folL 

1.373-Od.4. 749. 

1. 376. Join KaTHAiTTT] = 'damage.' 

1. 377. d,Tr<L|i,vv, ' swore she would not ;' SO AiiiiiioTot. Soph, Anlig. 
jBS. Others render, ' swore unreservedly ;' so ikt-tivfiv, Od. 1. 91. 

L 37B-Od, 10.346. 

1,385. Sytfrtoflm. an aorist Inf. with irregular accent; the rule 
requiring that it should (all on the penult. The old critics regardeiJ ii 
as a shortened form of the prcs. &ytipfaSai. 

1. 387. tiriB»itTi ol, 'promised it him." 

I. 391. ((txhtCti, 'at the outer edge,' i.e. Ihc mouth of the harboui, 

I 396. irXilf, "bewildered." 

1.398. *Xo.T[p]^^i'ro, 129. 7, 

1. 403. tIoT[in] ^tSktiu. See also 5 6. 

L 404. to|j,tv (for liutitr, § 3. 4^, with the Eenit. JBoTo, cp, Od. 1. igj. 

1. 409. ts Ti)\f|t., foi the periphrasis — ' the mighty Telemachns,' cp 
Od. 7. 167. 

1. 411. diWoi E|Uiio,t, 'nor the handmaids ellhir.' Cp. Od. I. 131. 

1. 416. iv^iuvi vijis (cp. Od. 9. 177) follows the analogy of the con 
stiuction with iTuPaimv, Generally dwi^afKiv, when used with a os 
directly, takes (he accus,, Od. 3. 4B1, 491. f\pX'' 'led the wiy." 

L 430. Iii)i(v<iG, properly lii6fifiBi from i«ai, like Lat seeundus fron 
H;uar~'favouring," The favpuring wind is ia the same way callo 

IiaBKiir iraifiDr, Od. il. 7. oZptn is from ^i^fU^'the speeder on.' 
L 411. MXiBovTo, 'whistling ;' cp, Zi^u/jov ■tXaflEi)'^, H. 13. aoS. 
L 433. SirXuv SiTTicrflai, ' to lay their hands to the tackling.* 
L 414. Trans. ' And they raisi^ and lilted the pine-roast inside th 
hollowed centre-block, and fastened it down with the foreslays." Th 
ixtir£t[ii]iir) signifies anything ' constructed in the middle.' e. g. the leccs 
between two piksters or beams in a honse, Od. 19. 37 ; here of a vertkn 
limber trough or three-sided bos in a ship that held the mast upri^ 
(See Illustration in Frontispiece.) 
1. 415. irp^TDvoi are two ropes from the masthead to the bows. Th 
ships only carried one square Bail, so laria iadades all the sail-rig^ 
as well. 
I. 438, fTop^i^cav, from the same root as in ifpi-ap with reduplicntton 
bubbling up : ' others taJifi il rf co'iffai<,<V<if«,'\Q toske turbid "J, vii 



I 



ODYSSEY^ 111, 249 

fte'daik' wave of raffled water that does not break into white foam. 
Cp.Viig. Geoig.'4. 357. 

L430. 8i|<r&|uvoi SirXai-* having made fast the sheets/ as the wind 
IRS blowing £air. 

L431. IvitfTi^las, ir.T.X. See on Od. I. 148. 

L 434. ^ ' all through the morning ;' accus. of duratioxL 

BOOK III. 

L I. This introduces the third day of the events in the Od3rs3ey. 
lifinft, (\tlficay, here of the sea, as in U. 13. 21 fiivOtai Xifjo/rjs. 

L a. «oX'6xaXicov. This seems to mean * of solid brass/ like tri^ptof 
Wpirdt, Od. 15. 339. Others render, * bright like polished brass.' 
4M(voi» 'give light,' as in Od. 7. loa ; la. 383. 

La-»Od.ia. 386. 

L 4. ot 8^, L e. Telemachus and Athena. IIvXov — the position of the 
lionie of Neleus has always been a doubtful question. Strabo, the 
geographer, placed it in Triphylia, south of the river Alpheus, but the 
Messeman Fylos, on the coast (cp. the epith. •^fjuiOotvra, Od. i. 93) 
opposite the island of Sphacteria, suits the story far better. From this 
lyios, Tdemachus reaches Sparta on the second day (Od. 4. i), having 
rested one night at Pherae (3. 485), which lies in the straight line 
Ixtween the Messenian P. and Sparta. 

L 5. tfofv, (pcea), § 20. 3. rol^ol UvKioi. 

L 7. hfvia. cBpou Nestor (II. 2. 591 foil.) was lord over nine town- 
ships represented here by nine groups of sacrificers. 

L 8. vpodxovTO, * held in front of them/ * ready for sacrificing.* Cp. 
«pd 8t Mpar' ix^vro, II. 17. 355. lKdaToOv=at each of the nine Upai. 
This gives a sum of 81 victims and 4500 men. 

L 9. |U|pCa, see on inf. w. 456 folL oirXd^xva includes heart, liver, 
hmgs,etc. 

L 10. ol 8' IWs, * now the others straightway put into shore.' 

Itoift, seems to mean * fairly trimmed/ of a ship that * steadies with up- 
i%ht ked.' The Schol. prefers to take it of the equal rounding of the 
vessel's hull, interpreting it by ladtrXtvpos, Cp. dawU navrda* hiarj, II. 3. 

347. 
III. oTitXav. AcCpavres, * they furled the sails bybrailing them up.' 

A sail is •brailed up* when instead of being lowered from the mast 

«It(^ther it is hauled up tight to the yard. This would be done when 

fte crew purposed only to make a short stay. €ic 8* Ipav avrol, that is, 

after mooring by stones cast out at the ship's bows (civai), they hauled 

fte stem dose into the shore by the «/)v/iv^<r(a, and so landed ; for they 

had no small boats. 

L 15. lirlirXtfS, a sccondi aor. from ^ir(-ir\6u, aiio\]l:i€i iorccL ^l-nViM. 



a_5o ifoTEs. 

I. i8. (iGo^iv, for t'Bei)iiv, {oUa). § 23, 8 = ' let u-s kam,' 

1. 19. XUriitoflai, infin, for imptiat, ainii, enipliat., ' jou y6urself.' 

I. 12. irfls t" Sip irpooTTT. Bp for ipa by apocope, § 7. 

1. a J. iiuSoItn, ■ I have never yet proved myself in speeches;' diffcKO 
from ireipMflaf iitoi. Cp. lirtaiv irtip^(To/»i [aCrto], II. 1. 73. 

1. 27. ou . . o-u. The dS, which negatives the whole senlence, is n 
pented sgain before the crc to emphasise it. Cp, Od. 8. 32. 

I. 18. rpa^liitv is geaerally taken as a form of the second aor. in 
act. TpBfiieii' with neuter sigiiili cation ; others regard it as a syncopate 
form for -i/iitrai, i.e. rpaf^vai. 

U. sg, 3o=Od. 1. 405, 406. 

!■ 33' They were already roastinE some of tie meats, and were pn 
paring others by ' piercing ' (?ir«por) them with the spits. 

1, 39. itip, 5 7. if from the possessive 5j. 

L 41. GclSictk. The act of ' welcome ' was performed by holding o\ 
the Ml cup towards the guest. Cp. diml SuSlaxiTo, Od. 18. iii. 

L 44. ToO Yip, ■ for it is a feast in his honour that yon have fallf 
upon.' dvrEv, as inf. v. 9^. 

1. 45. (fiStoi, for •BfTiai, 5 3. 4. ^^ EU|iis, 'which is right,' 1) }xh 
assimilated to the gender of Bi/ui, as in Lot. si qua til ea gloria, Vir{ 
Aen. 7. 4. 

1. 48. fflxdjSai'^'is a worshipper." 

L 49. i|ii|XiK(i], lit. ' there is to me equSlity of age with him.' Tran 
' bis years and mine are the same.' 

L 51. EIkoioi means a ' proper ' man, who, as we say, ' knows whi 
he is about.' One who practises Bi'mj, = the usual behaviour or cusloi 
of men. Cp. Od. 4. 691. 

1. 58. Jom diioip-ilv iiaiTinpiii. 

L 60. Join irpVijavra [iiniVo] oB ^ma E«Sp' Uijmrfa, 

L 61. Trans. ' Thus she made her prayer accordingly ' [Imira seen 
oiJy to take up the circumstances of (he scene, cp. &i i ^J* iv$' ijfiir 
Od. 7. i], ' and was herself bringing it to pass.' She seemed lo Ik 
mere mortal dependent upon Poseidon's good pleasure, but was reall 
a goddess who could answer prayer herself. 

1. 63, Sdroi ifi^Kic., ■ a goblet with double cup." i. e. forming a cup 1 
either end,' something like an hour-glass open at lop and bottom. 

L 64. As S' avTWt^Ihe later form i/aavraa Si. 

1.65. Air^pnpaEthe 'Upper "or outside meats, in opp. to tb 
aBXiyxya. ipiioTLVro — 'drew them off the spits." 

1. 68. ripTivws, of Gerenia, a Messenian town, where Nestor loo 
rcfiige when Heracles sacked Pylos. tinrim, | g. 3, 

L 6g. ipiatai, second aor. inhn. from Epic pres. tipoiau. 
1. Jl. iriflw itKtl-if. {nxid), 'from whence are ye sailing over th 
watery ways?' The forms J(tX(ll9oall4-aolaIeW^ll found; cp, Od. i( 
t6. 



ODrsssr, in. 351 

n. 71-74= Od. ^ a5«-«55- 

L 73. ^ Ti .. jj. .These are two separate direct questions ; see Od. i. 
175 for the general rule for the accentuation of if in double questions. 
«pi)tiir, * business/ especially 'commerce;' cp. vfyfiicrr}p€$, Od. 8. 162. 
4jUXi|adf, perfect with pres. signif. from dKdofjuu ; cp. Od. 2. 370. This 
void suits /ia^i8lait»' recklessly/ but is used by zeugma with /card. 

L 73. 0I& T«, secon Od. 9. 128. With the whole passage, cp. Thucyd. 
1. 5. 2 Stjkowrt 8^ rwif 'iJTr€tpoirrSiy tiv^$ In xal vvv^ 01$ tcoff/xos koKSis tovto 
ffSi^ [so. rd Aporrci^ccy], «a2 ol vaXaidt t&f ttoitirSiv rcU irvcrrett tSjv 
MKnatkt6irtoi¥ vaarraxod 6/u4cm kpcarwrea^ ki X'^farai clo-tv, ots ovrt &v 
twMamrrai dira^cotWcur rd 1^701^, of* r' lirt/icAc* cf^ tlMvai ohK 

iX^afrra^ % 18. a. 

L 74. ««)4>[a]0^|A«voi, 'jeoparding their lives hy bringing mischief/ etc 

L 78. This line is wanting in the best MSS, and is rightly rejected 
here as introducing a repetition of Iva that is unhomeric. It is probably 
■terpolated from Od«i. 95. 

L 80. fSfUv, $ 23. 4. 

L 81. 4irovi|Cou, *at the foot of Mt Neion/ cp. Od. i. 186. %l\i[- 
Xviiiluv for dKri\o60afJL€¥==k\ri\'6Oaiuv. 

L 83. rX^os, see on Od. i. 282. Cp. also mva6ii€vos lurd. ahv KXios, 

w. 13. 415- 

L 87. vcv96|uOoi, so wt^Oofuu, inf. v. 187, and d«oi;cT€, inf. v. 193, 
where our idiom uses an historic tense. 

L 88. &irtvOki Of)Kf, *has kept it untold/ 

L92BOd. 4. 32a. 

1. 95. Join irfpl . . 6i{vpdv, • wretched exceedingly.* 

1.96. Join al86)i.cvos and IXcoCpcuv with |m. Trans. ' And do not 
speak comfortably through any consideration or pity for me, but tell me 
faaakly how you got a sight of him.' Cp. dyrSv, sup. v. 44. 

L 99. fvot *»tpyov, see on Od. 2. 272. vvoorcls, ' having made his 
piomise.' 

L loi. IvCffircs, imperat of second aor. of hinea, like ax^^* ^^*> ^^ ^ 
oootracted form of IWcrir-etft. The other form of the imperat., iviairt, is 
found in the middle of a verse, as Od. 4. 642 ; tviavtt, II. 24. 388, is the 
indie mood. 

L 103. ^ircl here is followed by no actual apodosis. It would be 
possible to introduce one after /iapvAfifOa, y. 108, e. g. 47ci> 51 xi tol Kara- 
^«. But, really, the form of the sentence is forgotten in the excitement 
of speaking. For a similar use, cp. Od. 4. 204. 

1 104. Join pivos . . doxerot, * invincible in spirit.* 

1.106. 8ir|j £p£cicv 'A., 'wherever A. might be our guide.' The 
<^)tati?e of circumstances repeated from time to Ime. 



I 

I 



I 1. 46. Said. In apposition to nuciv, 'that is to say; two sorts of ihitie^' 
The simplest way is to read itn/cd, with Aristophanes. 

vjitv ToEoBwin, ' yon here." Tliis and TolaEiai are the usual Home™ 
forms of TofffJ*. The Epic datival termiiiation seems to have Iwn 
appended lo llie already inHetted case, i.e. toToB* -aai. 
1. 49. Join A-B-ahiatrat. 

], 50. ^oi, dativus Btbisus. tirlxpaov, ' beset-* 
1 53. Icarius was said lo be then living in Sami (CephilleniaV 
1. 54- So[i| 5". The sentence in full would run. tol!/ Si alnilr ™^ 
f Itf iBlKrn Souinu, md St ol [k 'Latpt^'] mxapur^roi lAJai, Cp. iol 

V. 113- 

I. 55. <it 1\\tknpi>v. sc. Siu>ia. Most MSS- read tl> i/uripov, wtid 
may have been an inaccurate idiom formed on a false analogy from •)> 
'AiSm, (fi As-fii'Taio, such phrases making it seem as if the prepoariw 
■was properly followed by a genilive. 

L 58. Til 51 noXXd KoT. 'And these things are wasted largely.' Cp- 
Od. 5.333. tir'^iirtnTi. 

1. 59. Si«<v, 5 23. 4. 

1. 60. TOioi d|iwi(«y, ' such men (as he was) to ward off mischief,' •.': 
taaov IpvaSai, Od. 5. 483. (ireira, 'thereupon [sc. if we made (hi; ct"' 
we should prove but sorry folk and unskilled in defence.' 

1, 63. Trans. ' For deeds have been wrought no longer enilur.i: 
(iv[a3o-x*T(l), and no longer decent is the rnin of my house ' I!u=pii-i 
ity can put up with a great deal, but there is an end to even the mm' 
lavish generosity. 

1. 64. KliH^■l7^i, alBM., imperatives. The words ol vtfUtuirin'" 
form the epexegesis of tnpmriatat. So II, 9. laj I«roui dJAo^poi''. ''' 
(U8X.O Toaalr ^okto. 

1. 67. Join iieraorptji. ipY", ' bring back your deeds upon your p«'" 
heads.' 

1. 68. UtnTSfioi with gen., as yomiioitai, Od. 11. 66. More con" '" 
with the addition of irp^. 

I. 70. He addresses the whole body of the Ithncensians in cohIkl : 
the snitors ; ' Let be, my friends, and suffer me to pine witli melai-il 
grief all alone [be would not have his sorrow for his father di^tuiln ' 
the tumult of the sailors] ; unless perchance my father. Odyast.l^ 
good, did spitefully work woes to the Achaeans, by way of reqniliri' 
for which ye are spitefully working me woe. by encouraging 1: 
■uitors. But for my interests it were better that jv)h should he the 1.: 
to eat my store and stock. If you should eat it. there would sow I ' 
recompence made, tor we would address you with our claim flirousliLnii 
the dly, asking back our substance, till everything liad been rcslnri-l 
But as it is, you are laying incurable anguish oa my heart.' i c fli' 
JtJiHCensians by taking ihe part of these suitors who came from Lliil.m' 



lomes were robbing Telemachus of his chance of recovering his losses, 
le might claim damages from the Ithacensians, he could not from the 
uitors. 

1. 80. Join irOTt-pdXc = •npoak^aXt, 

1. 81. dvairp'^o-as. tt^Buv^ an onomatopoeia, is generally used of 
le rush and roar of flame, but is transferred to the sounds of streams 
nd winds. 

1. 82. dici^V; adverb, of the form of a femin. accus., prop.(U(W (^jsxuoi) 
cm d-x^= hiscere, 

1. 86. Trans. * and would fain attach blame to us also.' 

L 88. ir€pl . . otScv, * knows beyond all others.* 

1. 89. T^xa 8*cto-i rlrapTov, * the fourth is fast passing away;* cp. inf. 
.107. So Uvai, of departure, inf. v. 367. 

1. 93. 86X0V dXXov^ i.e. * besidels * the constant false promises. 

1. 94. on^o-aaOat lor^v is, properly, to * erect the loom itself.* Here 
: is to * set up a large web,* or rather to set up the warp, i.e. the vertical 
beads, which hung from the (vyov or top piece of the frame of the 
3om. The weaver when at work threw the shuttle (letpKlt, Od. 5. 63) 
lirough the threads of the warp, and then had to cross over to the 
'ther side, to pick up the shuttle and send it back. This walking across 
'^as technically called ivoix^aBai, Od. 5. 62. 

L 96. €|Aol, the possessive pronoun, as in Od. 3. 325, 475. 

1. 97. Join lirci'Y6|jMvoi tov e. y., * though eager for.* 

1 99. CIS Stc kcv, as we say, * against the time when.' 

1. 100. TavT|XcYt\s, * the outstretcher,' a picturesque epithet, alluding 
the body 'streaked * for burial, from ray-abi , . Xiyw, root AEX, • to lie.* 

1 103. Ktjrai, § 23. 6. 

1 104. tvda Kal, ' 50 then she would weave.* ,Kat = stie really did, as 
^e said she would. 

!• 105. &\Xv€aKc, §§7 and 17. 6. iropaOctro, 'when she had set at 

ler side.* Optative of repeated action after a historic tense ; cp. Od. 4. 

laa. 

1 108. Kol t6tc 8*^. A common formula for the introduction of the 
^podosis. 

!• 110. r6 |i.^, sc. <l>apoi. 

^ 113. i. e. yafxitaOai ro^rqf frivi vaTijp yafiitffOcu «cX(i/ci /eat ts dv- 
^n ahrg. See on sup. v. 54. 

I.115. The apodosis to ei V tri is forgotten in the long parenthesis 
^hidi follows; but it ultimately comes, though changed in form, in v. 1 33. 

1 117. eirCoToaOai . . K^pSca . . <^p4vas stand as three accusatives, 
ttcriptive of the gifts & ol baiew *A$^vrj. 

I.118. Tvv* dKovo)i€v, sc. (vtaraaOai or vofjcrai. 'Such as we have 
ever heard that any of the dames of old [knew], of those who,* ^l^. 
^e should expect tiirXo/cajilduy *A., but these vfoi^ w^ ^\.\x^sX'&ft^ *\£sX^ 

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244 NOTES. 

the case of the relalive. For Tyro and Alanene, see on Od. (t. J,!! 
iC6. Mycene was a. daughter of laachus. 

L III. The full phrase would be so^iiara iiuSa ro^iiaai nijHXoiniij' 
For a similar brachylogy, see Od. 4. ajg, and cp. itd/uu Xnflyiow 
dfioroi, 'liairlike the [hair of the] Graces,' II. 17. f 1. 

1. IJ5. TiflfEin, § 33. I. 

L126. iToi.lT[a.], 5 6. 

1. I2S. 'Axuuv, genit afler ^: cp.Od.5.443. 

1. 131. ira-rfip E' ijiis. ■ and my father is iu some other part of tin 
world, whether he be alive or dead." For the jf, see On Od. 1. 171; Hit 
conjimction is omitted with the first clause, as in Od. 4. 110, 837. 

1. 131. dirorUdv, sc ' the amount of dowrywhich Penelope ot^nHj 
brought with her to the lamily of Odysseus. 

L 1J4. Ix >fif ToO, ' for &om him, her fetter.' 

L 135. ip^|<rtT[a.], § 6. 

I. 137, \Lv9ov, sc. ' the order to depart.' 

II. i39-l4S = Od. 1. 379-385. 

L I48. Jcai y.(v ^ ' for a while,' generally expressed by riaii. Iw 
one syllable, 5 4. 3. 

L 151. iroXAi. Several good MSS. read wtnevd, ' with rapid beats,' 

I. I5». fa8'iBfrf|v, "And they glared down on the heads of all.sni 
their loot boded death. And having torn each other round cheek w 
throat,' etc., i^l being retracted to the first clause. This usage is 'cr 
rare in Homer. So perhaps diufi may be taken as on adverb. ' si 
nround,' and the accusatives be directly governed by Bpvi/i. 

1. 154. B«£iAJ, EC. Eastward, the observer faced the Northj cp. IL IJ 
J39. 

L 156. (|icUdv, by Attic rule l^tAAf. 

L 158. inTiXtntiiv = i><^XiKat, 'his peers.' jicliuurTa from mlviifiai 
For the infin. yvSvuL introducing the points of excellence, cp. dfurrfiat 
liax'a^, 11- 6- 460, Od. 5. 1 ;o, 

1. i6j. ftpoi. a present tense, found only in Odyssey = rfieo. 

1. ifiG. iroX^mv, $ 13. 5. ' He will prove a curse to many be^es 
US who dwell,' etc. Cp. mjiiv vamiaai ytvoliajv, Od- 16, I03. 

I, 167. ({iGfdhas, see Od. 9. ai. 

1. 16S. KOTairauiro^cv, conjunct., % 3. 4. 'Eo check,' sc. f^ iui/on, takci 
up In the following airof. 

1. 171. -nXdntitMiviu, cp. inf. v. aSo, 'will be accomplished.* Th 
sense of futurity being transferred from the •j>'llii= ' I foretell," to th 
iniinitive. Cp. ffint ^loSoi. sc. perilunm mh, 11. 13. 666, fo' 
^•vei,aaa«ai. Od. 3. ijj. Cp. v6iu(t wiatir, 'believe Uml it mil Idl 
Soph. Aj. 10S1. 

]. i;i. "IXlov *i<rava, = li Tpal^t rWB^/ifWIi, Od. I 

1 178. Cp, Viig. Ago. ^ 39^ 



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ODYSSEr, II. ^45 

L l8o. Join hfib iroXXdv &|icCva)v vlo iiavrcvcaOat ra^Vra. 

L l8i. inth with accus. after ipoirwai, * moving to and fro beneath.* 

L 1 8a. lvaCox|iot, ' significant.' 

L 185. &vi^t)«, daflrjfUt * to let loose/ ' to hound on.' 

L 186. ir€mJbiy\uvost § 20. 4. 

1. 189. irap[a]<^d|ACvos, ' having talked over.' 

L 190. &vi.T|ploTCf>ov, as if from dyirfpfjt not 6»iijp6s, avnp « Ti/Xc/mSx^- 

L 191. This line has been generally rejected as an inappropriate 
imitation of II. i. 562. ctvcxa t^^vSc may mean, 'with the aid of all 
tiiese omens of thine.' 

L 194. Iv irdirtv, * in presence of all.' 

L 195. Is irarpdf , see sup. v. 55. itrov^caOca with long initial vowel 
netrigrat. Cp. Od. 7. 119 and I a. 423, and see p. 225. 

D. 196, 197 = Od. I. 277, 278. 

L 199. l}iin)S here, as always in Homer, s ' notwithstanding ;* oH nva 
is subdivided into ovt' o3v. . o6t€, 

]. 302. yuvBiai syncopated for pvOitat, § 17. 3. 

L 203. PcPpi^o-crat, § 16. 3. tcra, * recompense,' neuter plural in 
tbstiact sense, as ^vrrd^* escape,' Od. 8. 299. 

L 204. SiOTpCpciv iitp'pds ydfAov occurs in Od. 20. 341. Here the 
verb is used witii direct personal object, and ydfiov is added as accus, 
mpeUttt. 

L ao6. 'ri\«, so. IXiyveXoircriyt, ' the excellence of her,* or perhaps * that 
ooellence,' so. which we all know of. 

1. 210. Ta€Ttt«*your departure from my house.* 

lL2i5-ai7«Od. I. 281-283. 

lLai8-223 = Od. 287-292. 

L aaa. x*^* * KTcpc^o, apparently conjunctive of aorist though parallel 
with Unfw, Yet x<<J« may be the indicative future, x««5<yft' having dropped 
the<r. 

L 237. •ylpovn may be most simply referred to Laertes. Others render, 
'08v(r<rc2lt ktrirptviv ol \M.ivTopi\ oXkov^ [^ctc oXkov] veiOeaOcu ycpovri [Miv- 
fofi] mt [o^T^i'] <l>v\da(T€ivvayra. The change of subject is not uncommon. 

U. aaS, a 29 »= sup. w. 160, 161. 

L 230. irp6<^puv, • with all his heart,* adverbial to d7ai'i« and rjmot. 
To loTOB the optatives tirf and fii(oi answer. 

L 235. |i,vT|<rTf)pas, subject, not object, to l^p^uv, 

L 237. irap[a]6c|A€voi, * jeoparding,* lit. * staking,* as Lat. pono. o-<^s 
§15 2. 

1. 240, dvccjp, with iota subscript, is nominative plural from dv€<us, 
Attic iform of Sa/ao$ = dvavSos. Buttmann would write av(0D or &v4od as 
an adverb, like oUtoj. In 1) 8* dycoj S^v ^aro the number and gender show 
that dycctf must be adverbial there (Od. 23. 93). 

L 245. Leiocritus threatens Mentor thus— "Mow. ca!^ Njfi* \t>N ^. 1.4^^ 



246 NOTES. 

and so we are in comparison with the Ithacensians, but remember 
you stand alone, ' and it is terrible work to fight about a meal with 
who moreover Itcai'] outnumber you.* Even Odysseus would not si 
before us, and shalt tbou stand ? This interpretation alone fits in ' 
the context. 

1. 350. cX06vT[t], § 6. Mtrtni {k<t>iiTw). avroO, * there.* 

1. 255. Trans. * He will have to wait a long while and hear ne? 
his father in Ithaca.' 

1. 25 7. ai^pir^v, some render as = ati/fa. Better as a descriptive epi 
* quick to disperse/ at his bidding. 

1. 261. With vC{c(rdai dXds, local genitive, cp. \o^e<r$eu vorofuSi 
6. 508. Others describe it as a partitive gen. 

L 262. $ X^>^^ ^' ^'* ^ V^ venisti beslemus deus. We might & 
K\v$i fL€Vf Oedt t x^'C^' 4^* ^^^ ^^ ^^^* ^^ drawn into the rel 
clause. 

1. 263. TJcpoci8t\s, * hazy ;* d^p is never * clear ' air. 

1. 269. irpo(n)v8a, governs both accusatives. ^uvi)(nura » *hj 
lifted up her voice,* intransitive. 

1. 270. ov8* 5iri6cv. Thou hast not been, *nor in time to come : 
tbou be.* 

1. 272. otos cK^vos cipr, supply roiovrSy at ttvai. Ipyov Tf lire 
seems to signify, * all that should be said or done.* Cp. II. 15. 234 ^ 
aofitu €pyoy re ivot re, 

1. 274. ov and not /xi), as the negative only qualifies xehov and no 
whole sentence; cp. Od. 12. 382. 

1. 284. Ss, as the gender shows, only takes up the word $6^* 
disregarding Krjpa. ctr* 4(|&aTv = 'in [one] day.* Cp. U. 10. 48. 
i<tnjfi4pio» = *iR the course of a day,' Od. 4. 223. 

1. 286. TOios . . Ss Tot, ' so good . . as that I,' etc., the 5t roi explai 
how the kindness will work; op. Od. 11. 135, 549. 

1. 289. dp<rov, § 19. 2. 

1. 293 = 0d. I. 395. 

1. 295. cvilvou., sc. vrja, * to launch.* 

1. 298. T€TiT||A^vos, cp. Od. I. 1 14. 

1. 300. dvtc|A^vovs, • ripping up,' lit. « * letting loose in an up^ 
direction.* The knife is put in at the lowest part and works toward* 
head. Cp. fc6\irov dviefjiivfft II. 22. 80. 

1. 301. Join kCc i9vs Tt)\c|a. Od. i. 119. 

1. 302. Ivf <|>u ol x^*'P^t * ^6 fastened on his hand ;' i. e. grasped 
hand. x*V^ dative after kvi<f>v and not instrumental. Cp. Od. 3. ; 
see also Aen. 8. 124. c{ovo|id{civ does not always mean, * called hii 
name,' as, e.g., in Od. 5. 181, but it always implies a direct pers 
address. 
L $04. tpyov TC liro« t«» m ai9>^os\\iQiw\x> nor^* 



ODYSSEt^ 77. 247 

L305. loM|Mv, K,rX, Infinitive for imperative. potsB*! prithee;* 
ethical dative. 

1.306. 'Axoiol, here=Ithacensians. 

L 311, diccovra, supply /i€ or riv6,. ' 

L 31a. ^ 011X (§ 4. 3) aKiS &s— nonff« satis est quod J 

1-3I3* ^ § 23. 4. Instead of a fresh sentence introduced by d^, 
Attic style would have put kiMv in vtfviov $vro9. 

L 316. Join lirt-f^jXa} = gi/omoJo vobis innuttam, 

1. 319. If&tropos, ' a passenger, for I am not to be (ytyvofieu) possessed 
of ship or rowers.* 

L3ai. {{ pa, *he spake;' not a shortened form for ^^-17, but an 
imperfect from a defective iJ/xJ, corresponding to Lat. d-j-o, i. e. aio. 

L 332. ^cto^ * lightly,* * without more ado.* The line was rejected, as 
a late interpolation made to introduce the fifjvffrijpft, 

L 334. iCircoicc, § 17. 6. Tis= * one and another.' 

1. 337. 8 7€, see on Od. i. 4, and cp. the use of Hie, Virg. Aen. 5. 

457. 
Mi r6 iwp. * Since you see he is so terribly set [upon killing us].* 

L 334. The meaning of the gibe is that now the suitors find enough to 
do in eating the substance of Telemachus; but it would be double 
tremble to have to make a division of it, should he die. 

L 336. 4fik [rotJry] Ss tis. Cp. sup. v. 29. 

1. 337. KOTCp^o-cTo, $ 20. 3. The icard, is explained by Od. 4. 680. 

L 338. Join Vip'ds €K€lTO. 

L 345. 8iicXC8cs^ {tcKluoj), doors ' folding double.* Such doors (II. 1 2 
(55 foil.) had double cross-bars to secure them. 

L 346. tvx*—i(rte€, § 23. 4. This does not mean that she slept and 
lived in the store-house, but was constantly about it at all hours of the 
day and night. « 

1*350. X&p^Taros, (\^), 'nicest.* For this form of compaiison in 
>Q adjective with long penult., see § 12. 6. 
L 351. Kd|ji|i.opov, § 7. 6u>[i.4vt\, * expecting.* 

L 356. &9p6o, predicat. with TcnjxOo), * let them all be made ready 
together.' 
L 363. 4>^Xc t/kvov, comtructio ad sensum. 

L365. i&oOvos^ may— 'all alone/ as Od. 3. 317; but comparing Od. 
»6. 117 folL 

ifL€T4prjv ytve^v fioilfvco<T€ Kpovlow, 
/Aovvov AafpTTjv *ApK(l(Tio9 vlbv iriKTC 
fwvvov 8* aSr* *OSt;<7^a war^p t4k€v, avrcip 'Odvaatlft 
/lovvov ifi* Iv fityipoKTi rtKoiJV Kirrcv, 
rt wotdd rather mean her * only child.* 
1* 367. «6tU' UvTi, 'directly you start.* 



248 mTES. 

1.369. (liv' avS' •• /i/vf qMi, 'remain here, abiiiing amongst fli; 
posEcssions.' 

1. 370. tni is followed by the accasative here as if the senlence nu 
KaxovaBovrm iXaXrjaBai M nivroy. 

!• 373' l>-iiW|(iw9iii, for the lenBe, see snp. ». 171, 'not lo lell m' 
mother before the eleventh or twelfth day be come, ot she ficrself mii 
me.' The construction with vfit ctiangea fconi conjunct, to infin. I 
converse cha.nge is found in II. 17. 504 foil. 

l-37.'i = Od.4. 749. 

1. 376. Join i<oT-iiirTn = ' damage.' 

L 377. din&piw, ' swore she would not ;' bo i-tiiitoroi. Soph. Anti( 
388. Others render, 'swore unresetvedly ;' so d.T-fmaV, Od. i. 91. 

i 378-Od. 10.346. 

1. 3S5. dY^ptirSai, an aorist inf. with irregular accent; the nil 
requiring that it should &11 on the penult. The o!d critics regardcii 
as a shortened form of the pres. iyi'iptirBtu, 

1. 387. uir^GncT^ dI, 'promised it him.' 

L 39 r. jfrxorl]], "at the onter edge," i.e. the mouth of the hartjour. 

t 396- tckLlt, 'bewildered.' 

I398. .MoJ-V". S23. 7. 

I 403. «IaT[ai] ^ V'O'- S^ also S S- 

1. 404. [o^fv (for Xtufiir, % 3. 4), with the gcnit. Htso, cp, Od, 1. igf. 

1. 409. Is TijXiH., for the peiiphrasis = ' the mighty Tclemacliuj,' c 
Od. 7. 167. 

1, 411. JUAai Ejiual, 'nor the handmaid; eilhir' Cp. Od. t. 131. 

1, 416. hii^axv* rum {cp. Od. 9. 1 77) follows the analogy of the coi 
struccion with imPaivto'. Generally iMaBaivav, when used with a ca 
directly, takes the accus., Od. 3. 481, 49a, ?ipx'. ' led the wiy.' 

L 410. tii)t(voi, properly iic&iiaia from Iiu, like Lat, sectrndia fro 
iijuor— 'favouring." The faypuring wind is in the same way call' 
tnBKbii hmpor, Od. 11. 7. oSpot is from Sfiinifu = ' Vtit speeder oil' 

L 411. ttAiZavra, 'wliistling;' cp, Zl^upov ittXiiSurbr.iX. 13. aoS. 

L 413. SirXuv ILirTfiT^ai, ' to lay their hands to the tackling.' 

L 434. Trans. ' And they raised and fixed the pine-mast inside '' 
bollowed centre-block, and fELstened it down with the forestays,' Tl 
fwir^3[a]/iij signifies anything' constructed in the middle,' c. g. the recc 
between two pilasters or beams in a house, Od. 19, 37 ; here of a verttc 
timber trough or three-sided box in a ship that held the mast npiiel 
(See Illustration in Frontispiece.) 

1. 435. irpfrrovoi are two ropes from the masthead lo the bows. T 
ships only carried one square sail, so tarla includes all the soil-iicgii 
Bswell. 

]. 433, nDp^upiov. from the same root as in ifft-of with reduplicatio 
bubbiing up : ' others talte it ol ta\t«x (,•**(". ' to make turbid '), v: 



ODFssEr, III. . 249 

'dark* wave of raffled water that does not break into white foam. 
Virg. Georg.'4. 357. 

430. ^rjadiMvoi StrXas' having made fast the sheets/ as the wind 
1 blowing fair. 

431. Iirurrc<|>las, k.t.X, See on Od. I. 148. 

434. rfit * all through the morning ;* accus. of duration. 

BOOK III. 

1. This introduces the third day of the events in the Odyssey, 
mjv, {Ktlfioi\ here of the sea^ as in II. 13. ai 0iv0€ai Xlfwrfi, 

2. troXiLfxaXKov. This seems to mean ' of solid brass/ like ai^p€09 
yds, Od. 15. 329. Others render, * bright like polished brass/ 
Vol, *give light,* as in Od. 7. 102 ; 12. 383. 

3=Od. 12. 386. 

4. ot 82, i. e. Telemachus and Athena. IIil^Xov — the position of the 
e of Neleus has always been a doubtful question. Strabo, the 
[rapher, placed it in Triphylia, south of the river Alpheus, but the 
senian Pylos, on the coast (cp. the epith. -flfiaOocvTa, Od. i. 93) 
>site the island of Sphacteria, suits the story far better. From this 
•s, Telemachus reaches Sparta on the second day (Od. 4. i), having 
d one night at Pherae (3. 485), which lies in the straight line 
reen the Messenian P. and Sparta. 

5. tjov, {Uo)), § 20. 3. Tol = oi UvXioi. 

7. cvWa cSpot. Nestor (II. 2. 591 foil.) was lord over nine town- 
s represented here by nine groups of sacrificers. 

8. irpo<5xovTo, * held in front of them,* * ready for sacrificing.* Cp. 
S^ Mpar* (^x"^^'''^* ^' 17* .^55* lKd<rro6t = at each of the nine t^i. 
i gives a sum of 81 victims and 4500 men. 

9. |At|pCa, see on inf. w. 456 foil. o-irXdyxva includes heart, liver, 
s, etc. 

10. ot 8* I6iis, * now the others straightway put into shore.* 

n|8, seems to mean 'fairly trimmed,' of a ship that * steadies with up- 
t keel.' The Schol. prefers to take it of the equal rounding of the 
d's hull, interpreting it by la6ir\wpo9, Cp. &ajtXt •aavr6a* iltrrj, II. 3. 

11. oTCiXav &cCpavrcs, * they furled the sails by brailing them up.* 
il is *brailed up* when instead of being lowered from the mast 
jether it is hauled up tight to the yard. This would be done when 
:rew purposed only to make a short stay. Itc 8* fpav avrol, that is, 
mooring by stones cast out at the ship*s bows (evval), they hauled 
item close into the shore by the wpvfiyi/jffiat and so landed ; for they 
no small boats. 

15. lir4irXa>8, a second aor. from liri-ir\(itfw, axvotk'&i Iqtcdl ^iTiKk^« 



L 



L iS. «iBti(i»v, for <»»>.«■. (oTSa), § 38. 8 = ■ 1« us lenra." 
1. 19. XtinTttTSai, iaBa. (as impcfat. aurog. cniphat,, 'you y6iirse1f.' 
1. 31. uO» t' flf irpoirirT. ip for dpa by apocope, 5 7. 
1. aj. piSaurt, ■ 1 have never yet proved myself in speeches ;' difleioit 
from mitpauBai tii-oj. Cp. eiftav wtip^ao/uu [euiaii'], II. a. 73. 

1. a^. «i.,eii. The o£, which negatives the whole senlence. is re- 
peated again before the ai to emphasise it. Cp, Od. 8. 31. 

I. aS, Tpu^qicv is generally taken as a form of the second aor, inf, 
act Tpaipltir with neuter sigitilication ; others regard it as a syncopated 
fonn for -^)iivai, i. e. Tpaf^voi. 

II. ag, so-^Od. 3. 405. 406. 

1. 33. They were already roasting some of Hie meats, and were pre- 
paling others by 'piercing' {impoir} them with the spits. 

1. 2g. irdp, I 7. 4 {'0"^ the possessive £1. 

1. 41 . Sti&ov. The act of ' welcome ' was performed by holding oat 
the ful! cap towards the guest. Cp, Biirai »(iSW(td, Od. 18. I3l, 

1. 44. Ta3 Yi^p. '^<" 't i^ " fciist in hi^ honour that you hcvc fnllBi 
upon.' ivT&v, as inf. v. 97. 

1. 45, «Cf du,, for (vf'yai, 5 3. 4. fl ti\us, • which is right,' I) being 
assimilated to the gender of Sifu, as in Lat. u* gua est ea gloria, Viig. 
Aen. 7. 4.^ 

L 48. •uxti'fl'ii = ' is a worshipper.' 

L 49. i(ii]\uc(i], lit. ■ there is to rae equality of age with him.' Tram, 
' his years and mine are the same." 

1. 5a. GUouii means a ' proper ' man, who, as we say, ' knows whit 
he is about.' One who practises !i«:i;, = the usual beliaviour or custom 
of men. Cp, Od. 4.691. 

L S8. Join ino.^v Uariv^V- 

1. 60. Join mpTiJavra [liitito] ot tviica Snip' UofiKHIa. 

1.6a. Trans. 'Thus she made her prayer accordingly ' [lird-ro semis 
only to lake up the circumstances of tlie scene, cp. fii 6 /lir ht' ^parn, 
Od. y. i], 'and was herself bringing it to pass." She seemed to bt 11 
mere mortal dependent upon Poseidon's good pleasure, but was r«ll; 
a goddess who could answer prayer herself. 

1. 63. GJiroi &|i^LK,, ■ a goblet with double cup," i. e. forming 3 cup >• 
either end.'something liiie an honr-glass open at lop and bottom. 

1. £4. &t 8' d-Gniii = the later form ^aaiSrus St. 

1. 65. tir^pTcpa ' the 'upper'or outside meats, in opp. to lli= 
otKiyxm. JpuirovTo = ' drew them off the spits.' 

1. 68. Ttp'fiHoi, of Gercnia, a Messenian town, where Nestor leu* 
refuge when Heracles sacked Pylos. l-mrAra, | 9, 3. 

1. 69. ipdrSoi, second aor. infin. from Epic pres. t'pofuu, 

h Jt. wiBfv vXiLi*. (itt.lv), ■ from whence are ye sailing over lh< 
walerr ways P The forms ntXtufla and -Aqi are both found ; cp. OL "^ 



ODYSSEY, in. 351 

n. 71-74 «Od. 9. a5«-355' 

L 72. ^ Ti .. ij. These are two separate direct questions ; see Od. i. 
175 for the general rule for the accentuation of jj in double questions. 
«pi){Mr, * business,' especially 'commerce;* cp. vp^imypcs, Od. 8. 162. 
ilAUi)a^, perfect with pres. signif. from dxAoyuii ; cp. Od. 2. 370. This 
irard suits fia^i8(oMs' recklessly/ but is used by zeugma with tcarSi 
t^iralso. 

L 73. old Tc, secon Od. 9. 128. With the whole passage, cp. Thucyd. 
1. 5. 2 9ijXov<rt Jih rSw ijireipoyrSav rivlt Uri /cat pw, oh Kdfffxot xaXwt rovro 
Vv [sc rd XjycrrctJctr], not ol wdkaiol rwv noitjrStv tcU trvartit rSiv 
KtnwXtSirrM^ marraxov 6/Aoioji Iparrawrct, It X^arai clo'tv, fii;s ovrc &v 
n pOi tuHnat dira^fOtlWour rd fyyov, oU r* kwi/xeXU ttrj tlbivcu oi/tc 

iXAmmuL, § 18. 2. 

L 74. irap[a]0^|uvoi, • jeoparding their lives by bringing mischief,* etc. 

L 78. This line is wanting in the best MSS, and is rightly rejected 
liere as introducing a repetition of &a that is unhomeric. It is probably 
ioterpolated from Od.«i. 95. 

L 80. cCfUv, § 23. 4. 

L81. dirovt|Cov, *at the foot of Mt. Neion;* cp. Od. i. 186. clX-fj- 
JifvOlMV for elkrjXo^Oafifv = kXriXT^Oafitv. 

1 83. kX^os, see on Od. i. 282. Cp. also v€v<T6fi€vos furd tr^v xXios, 

w. 13. 415- 

L87. ircv96|ic0a, so vtiOofuu, inf. v. 187, and d«ot/cTc, inf. v. 193, 
vbere our idiom uses an historic tense. 

1 88. dirctiOla $f)Ke, * has kept it untold.* 

1.92BOd. 4. 322. 

1. 95. Join iTfpl . . &ijvp3v, • wretched exceedingly.* 

1 96. Join al86|Mvos and IXeoXpoiv with fAc. Trans. ' And do not 
speak comfortably through any consideration or pity for me, but tell me 
faakly how you got a sight of him.* Cp. ian-ay, sup. v. 44. 

1 99. twos .. tpfov, see on Od. 2. 272. viroords, ' having made his 
promise.' 

L loi. Iv(<nr<s, imperat. of second aor. of hviiru^ like <rx^s. ^€»» is a 
oatracted form of (viffn-eOi. The other form of the imperat., tviavt, is 
found in the middle of a verse, as Od. 4. 642 ; iviavts, II. 24. 388, is the 
Jwficmood. 

L103. ^^ ^^^® ^ followed by no actual apodosis. It would be 
possible to introduce one after impv&iifOa, y. 108, e. g. ky^ Se kI toi Kara- 
Mf«. But, really, the form of the sentence is forgotten in the excitement 
<^ speaking. For a similar use, cp. Od. 4. 204. 

1. 104. Join |iivos . . dtrxcToi, * invincible in spirit.' 

1. 106. 5«Ti dpjfuv 'A., * wherever A. might be our guide.* The 
optative of circumstances repeated from time to time. 



353 yoTEa. 

1. 107. imf.aprifi^o.-SaaSviTKijiia'fuipriitiroi. 

1. 108. ■ttTiicTae«v, (mhu), § 33, 1. 

L 110. Sci^'-''- I 13- li ' " CQiuiselloi' equal in wdght tr 

1. III. mpl, sup. V, 95. itltiv. (eloj), § S. 1. ila = 

1. 113. iwiTols, 'upon.' i.e. 'besides these.' 

1. 114. Trans. ['It couU not aU be told] not even 
shonldest abide here for five, aye ! and for six years, and shonUI 
qnestion me of all the ilk that we itoble A. endured, ere tliat, til 
wonldest return home, wearied out-' 

1. 118, dixiJiUwoVTH = oceupfl/i (I'rco tos. 

I. lao. Traos. ' Then no one ever chose to match himself fiice to b 
with him in wisdom, since 0. was Car superior in all mauncr of craft.' 

1. 114. It is simpler to render both Imnirtt and joiKitn, 'lil 
' Verily, the speaking is like his j nor would you think that a jou 
man would speak thus like [one so much older].' Others transIiilBbi 
words ' Beemiy ;' or llie first ■ like, ' and ftie second, ■ seemly.' 

1. ij6. *I«s, (S S. 3), here = WiM.' all that while.' 

L 117. dyori- tile general assembly of the people ; pouXiJ, the caM 
council of the fiftanu. Cp. Od. 1. 16. See alao D, 1. 50 -53 ^ 
KJAtvirt 
tajpimmtv A'jopfjvSt 'A^ajovCp-. 
$oa\iiy Si vpaTOV ntyaSiiiMV Tf( ytpiiTSiv, 

1. ug. [J]<|ipaJ4ii(flii, 'we schemed how the best issu 
Kcured for the A.' dpitrrti, nent. plur. used as an abstract noun. I 
tiTd Od. ]. 203, tpvxri. S. 399. 

1. t.^l. Modern editors generally reject this line, as inconsistent'* 
the following one, and as anticipating the accomit of the depMl 



thecahi 

1 



t^pug 



1. 133. nil rirt. Here begins the apodosis. 

1. 133. iroXi'cs, 513.5. 

L 137. They summoned on assembly, ' thoughtlessly and ni 
by appointing it for evening. As clear heads were needed, i 
would have been the proper time. The words ol iS" . . "AxmS"' are pai 
thetical, gi^ng the reason why the assembly was oi jrard K6afior- 

1. 139. pipafn&ra, a second perf. from fiaplv with intnuis. significati 

1. 142. Join vioTOV Itr" tip. v. 6. 

L 143. lV|i*avi ^iriira), with double augro. povXiro, ' he ptefem 
Cp. inf. V. 233. 

1. t46. ai£i TJ, ' nor did he know this, tie. that she was not mint 
to comply:' sc. 'Aft/refij. 

L 131. d{(ra|uv (Sijiiij, 'wc rested:' properly of' breathing' in sle 
Cp.nrhvTa [Wy, Aesch. Cho. 619. 

J. 153. w^jpui niiKoto, ' the curse of misfortune.' Join Iw^m^^ 
I IS4, ^Mfdivot describes llie we^.tingol Ate C^«ri\ oat high laH 



onrssEr, in. 253 

>reast, but low down over the hips : as we make the distinction between 

short and long waist' 

L 155. -fjiAlorccs tkt the antithesis to ol fxtv (y. 153), who appear again 

;^/i/cr(€9in y. 157. 

L 157. €\ai»vo|Mv, sc. v4as, to which the following o^ dh refers. 

1 158. |&rycucf|Tca, * gulfy/ connected with tajri/tis, icaidSas, x"'^^^* 

t Buttmann Lexil. § 70. 

1 161. Join cirl-^po-c, as in inf. y. 176. 

1 162. Join &iro<rrpiY)favTCS vlas. d|A(^Xur<rai occurs only in the fern. 
Qder as an epith. of ships. The lexicons give the meaning * rowed on 
th sides/ or • rocking from side to side.* It is more probably as 
Kaiptive epithet of the ship's shape = * rounded at either side,* (^A.t^). 
is would be parallel to the later phrase (rrpoyY^kfj vavt. Join ol 
f .. dfi+' *08^. = * Odysseus and his followers.* 

L 164. Though later writers employed litii\pa as one word, it would 
m that in the Homeric phrase cirl belongs to <^lpovTcs, or is used 
irerbially. ^po may be (vide Buttm. s. v.) an accus. sing, from ^p = 
|M« or an accus. plur. from an adjective ijpos (Ap^)' In II. 14. 132 we 

L 166. S = *that,* Lat quod, 

L 168. vC^t (§ 15. i)«* me and Odysseus.' 

L 169. ev Aio-pcp. The first day's voyage was to Tenedos (v. 159), 

! second to Lesbos. * In Lesbos he found us debating on our long 

^age home, whether we should go above steep Chios in the direction 

the Psyrian isle, keeping it {yrjaoi) on the left, or below Chios past 

sty Mimas.' There would be a choice of routes from Lesbos to 

boea; the first, directly across the Aegean, passing outside Psyra 

ich lies W.N. W. of Chios ; the second, between Chios and the Ery- 

ean peninsula, and thence by short voyages from Cyclad to Cyclad till 

7 made Euboea. 

L 170. irataira\6cis, expressing the rugged lines of upheaved rock on 

: Chian coast, from vantaXXo) a reduplicated form from ir<iXA.a;, as 5at- 

^ from root AAA. 

L 176. at 82, sc. vifi, 

' I77« ix^^*^''** like Horace's belluosus Oceanus (Od. 4. 14, 47), 

srs to the dangers of the sea. The Greeks in the heroic period 

koned fishes among beasts of prey (cp. lx^{tu ^iiqarat, II. 24.82), and 

'er ate them except under pressure of hunger. Trans. *monster- 

ming deep.' 

. 178. At Geraestus, the S. promontory of Euboea, where was a 

iple of Poseidon, * they put in to shore during the night.' 

. 179. Iirl . . I9c|icv, sc. on the altar. With tr^a'yos |icTp., cp. Virg. 

org. 4, 389 aequor curru metitur, 

. 181. Tv8c(8«0, § 4. 3« 



Z54 NOTES. 

1. 183. ttrraoav, the imperfect tense, is a probable conjectnre for 1 
commoner reading lorao-av, which is described as a shortened foim 
IcTiytroK, first aor. third plur. 

cxov, sc v4a», * I kept my ships sailing for Pylos ;* so ^x*''' 
l[wov» = * to keep driving,' II. 3. 263. Cp. Od. 9. 279; 10. 91. 

1. 184. <|>l\c T^icvov, Od. 2. 363. &ircv6tjs, active, * without tidingif ; 
in sup. V. 88 it is used passively. 

1. 185. KcCvuv, genit., depending on oTSa, as in H. 12. 228 UoAh^i 
Ovfjup fldtirj Tcpdoay. Oi tc . . 01 tc are then the subdivisions of the whol^': 
number. 

1. 187. •ircvOoiJ.ai, cp. sup. ▼. 87. 'fj, sup. v. 45. kcu^ properly mcaai . 
to * keep in the dark,' like Lat. celare, and so used with personal object 

L 188. lyxtvt-^povs. The termination is of uncertain origin, the 
older commentators referrM it to fMlpa, others to [utp-fmipu, in t)M 
sense of * brilliancy * or * distinction.* Perhaps it is connected with root 
MEP, appearing in ft€p-fXfpi(oj, Lat. me-mor, * men whose thoughts are 

about ^YX***-* 

1. 190. IIoidvTtov, * of Poeas,' a prince in Thessalian Magnesia. 

L 193. oLkovctc, cp. sup. V. 87. Join koI avrol, to which the participial 
sentence is a concessive addition ; * though far away.* 

1. 194. Trans. * How he came,' etc. ; the accent on &s is from the 
enclitic t€ that follows. 

1. 195. ciruriAtrycp^, 'miserably,' from /4oy*p6» (/Ji&yot), the ^ is in- 
serted as in ff-fUKput ; the change of to v is the same as iu Iv^rv/iot from 
ovofjia. Kcivos dir^Ti<rcv, sc. AiyiaOot. 

1. 197. KCIVOS crCoraTO, sc. *0picrr]9. The word iraTpo<^ov4|a, generally 
meaning one who slays his own father, is explained by the addition S . . 
Ikto, see on Od. i. i. 

1. 198 = 0d. I. 300. 

1. 199. This and the next line are bracketed, as being an interpolation 
from Od. i. 301, 303. 

1. 203. ctCoxito, sc. irarpo^oi^. Trans. * And the A. will spread his 
fame abroad, even for men yet unborn to hear of.* Modem edd. coacoz 
in the reading wOiaOai, the majority of MSS. give kaaofUvoiaty dotS^. 

1. 205. ircpiOctcv, * invest me with,* cp. iwi€i/iiyo9 dXx^v, Od. 9. 214. 

1. 206. rCcraaOaC Ttvd rtvos. Here only and II. 3. 366 Tl<raa$al nM 

KaK6TTJT0t. 

1. 209. The words koI cfiol, in this line, are not superfluous after the 
fioi of V. 208, if it be merely used in an unemphatic ethical sense ^'Tm 
sorry to say.' Others explain the second clause as a corrective epcxc- 
gesis, p. 228. TCTXd|icv, perfect with pres. signification. l|&in|S, here, 
as always in Homer, * notwithstanding.' 

1. 314. Nestor supposes either that Telemachus has volimtarily ceded 
his rights, or that, influenced "b^y som^ oi^de, the populace are making 
common cause with the pretendeis lo \!iafc cxwra. 



ODYSSEY, III. ^55 

• L ai6. Trans. * "Who knoweth whether he (sc. thy fkther, sup. v. 209) 
krviz^ come may take vengeance on their outrages, either by himself 
iione, or all the Greeks together Y sc. dnorlaorrcu i\06vT*9. It is un- 
oertain whether dworlfferai be the fut. indie, or, as is more likely, be put 
hr iMorUniTai. Join o+t with the verb=* on them.* 

La 18. A ydp, *if only!' spoken as a wish expressed, but taken up 
tgain in v. 323, after the parenthesis, so as to form the protasis to the 
MDtence rf leh rit . * In that case, many a one of those suitors would 
fciget all about his marriage.' 

L237. <^ ^v ^f-^^ Yc='This could never take place, as far as any 
kpes of mMM go.* Cp. ittol Zi kw dfffjUv^ ttrj, II. 14. 108. 

L ajo. a€ IpKos, see on Od. i. 64. 

L 331. Trans. * A god indeed, if he chose, could bring a man safe 
kme even from afar.' So h oIkw aoiBrjvcut Hdt 4. 97. For this 
ibsolnte use of the optat. mood, cp. 

ro&rou 7* iawofiivoio teal kx vvpbi alBonivoio 

H 10. 247. oO rtt wtlaeif ywcutea, Od. 14. 122. Cp. also inf. v. 321. 

L 33a. povXo£|&i|v. The contrast is between reaching home safe at 
last, after much su£fering, and a speedy return like Agamemnon's, 
ibicfa so soon had a fatal ending. With fiovX^aOat 4> cp. inf. Od. 11. 

L 235. Join W Aly. koI ^t dX6xoio. The dat. S<$Xf; stands alone, 
•by craft.* 

L238=Od. 2. 100. 

L 241. cH|TV|ju>t, reduplicated form of Hrvfiot {htbt from tlfd, properly 
meaning, that which is), stands here almost in an adverbial sense, ' For 
certain, there is no more return for him.' 

1 242. ^pAo-travTo, (<l>pd(ofMu), * designed,* § 19. I. 

L 244. Iir^ ircpCoiSc, ' since he is acquainted beyond all others, with 
meQ*s costoms and thoughts.' So Pov\^ ir€pii5ixevau dWow, U. 13. 728; 
9. 9€pi wayrojy, Od. I. 255. 

L 245. &vd{aa6<u, aor. mid. inf. of 6jf6<T<r€iv, only found here. * For 
they say that he hath been king through three generations of men.' 
Tf^wo, accusative of duration of time, rpls, /«■, is here equivalent to rpicL, 
So, speaking of Nestor, the poet says, II. i. 250-52 

T^ d* i^Srj dvo fxiv ycvecd fJiepSitojv dvBpdjvoJif 
i<p$laTO . . fitrd S^ rpir&roiaiv dva<jff€v. 
The Greeks reckoned a generation at about thirty years. So Hdt. 2. 142 
7crfii2 71^ rp€u iofhpuiv iKarbv irtd kariv, 

L 246. Join OS Tc iOdvaros, ' like an immortal.* 

L 25 1. *ApY€OS, a genit. of place. So ovt' riveipoio fAcXaivrjt o6r* aiir^i 
1^«, Od. 14. 97; cp. Od. 1. 24. 'Axatucdv, as distinguished from 
^(\aayticd¥''Apyo» in Thessaly, II. 2. 681. 



I. 2 



to, 



J. 1 



I. & Gl Sopir,, though put a.5 an indepeadeot sentence, is 
.0 Uuit he had the courage to slay him.' 



I 



f[ Toi iiii', ' Verily, thou thyself auspectest this, how il 
have tomed out, if,' etc Another readiiig is £s tip irix^'I- folloi 
a full stop ; meaning that Telemachus was right in suggesting tt 
an outrage implied the absence of Menelaus, 

1. 256. For twin-' others read iai6v 7'= 'If he had found hiin si 
as alive.' to say nothing of wliat he would have done, had he a 

L 15S, Tip, 'in that case.' The particle nt must be repeated'4 
mTiiailiav, dilaaiassml. Job ouEi Oayim. The a ' 

'Ax<uo!, not expressed. 

1. 260. The reading 'ApTKoi gets over the difGcnlty of the d 
f&OTfQi after inSt, but introduces a geographical confusion, 
reading, atrrMj^Mu/t^nji. inf. v. 305, 

1. 161. ^t^a, ' monstrous.' 

1. i6i. K€L0L, sc. at Troy. iroXJas, a dissyllable, §J 4- 3 : 13. 5 

1. j6j. |»vX¥ '-ApYfos, not so much = " the heart uf the Pelopo 
as describing the position of Myccne, in the far comer of the ^ 
Inachos, in the Argive territory. 

1. 366. Sta, ' lady.' rjipwl, 'understanding.' 

1, 368. •tpuirflai seems to be a syncopated form of the pres. !4 
ijiioimi with cliange of e to ii, or to be formed on the analogy (f 

L 269. |uv. lliere are no less than four personages t( 
pronoun may refer; Agamemnon, the Minstrel, Acgisthus, a 
taemnestra. The two former may be dismissed as unUliely, le 
ded^on between the two latter. Of Acgislhus it may be said thltu 
gods had begun (o prepare for his ruin as soon as he began to plan hi 
treachery, and from this point his destmction works itself out witbool 
delay. But on the whole it is best to imdersland by /uy Clylaemnesti*; 
Suji^vaii w-ill then mean to be 'overcome,' and to yield to A^isthiu. 
Cp. II. 14- 315 fi™ ipot..evitiv iiapaaaci/, ibid. 353 ipiKiTqn i»IHk 
The wortls iXX' JSti BiJ form then a direct antithesis to ri wpir nh.Wf 

y. 265. 

L 273. &vSi Gi|iovE4, cp. Od. I. S3. 

L 1 74. i^diiriiaTa, such e. g. as the iii*Xai given to Atheoft, 0- t> 

1. 176. f|l«iB (liy Y^. ' now we-' See sup. v. 261. 
1.180. iyavalt. Sudden deallis of men were ascribed to the 'par 
shafts ' of Apollo : those of women to the arrows of Artemis. ^< j 



i, ul, KibDi, ' he ti 



Tlu& implies tlut Ne&toi bod go... 



ODTSSEFf III. 257 

L 387. HoXfUil (iHiSAcm, Od. 9. 80), the S.iB. headland of the Pelo- 
poBDcse, 

L S90. Tpo^6«v>ra, •swollen,* *big;* q). rp6<pi. Kv/m, H. ii. 307. Aris- 
tndnis read rpo^lovro, intumeseebant. 
L 293. alirfSa tls &Xa, * sheer into the sea.' 

L 995. irKatdv»>' western :' in geographical descriptions, the face 
noDts northward. 
L 996. The i&ucpdf XCOos is the Xiffffij virpyj of v. 293. 
1. 397. (nrov8{, ' with much ado,' = hardly ; cp. fiSyis. 
L 399. Tds irlvTf, ' the other five,' in opposition to tSls fx^v, v. 291. 
L 300. Aly&imf, Homer uses this word to express both the land of 
flat name, and also the Nile, * the river of Egypt.' Cp. Od. 4. 355, 477. 
L 301. • Thus he indeed went wandering.' We should rather expect 
tm, which Nitzsch reads. 
L 303. T6^pa 8i, * but in the meanwhile.' 

L 304. The common reading inverts the order of w. 304, 305, putting 
only a comma at \vypd. The order given in our text has the authority 
of the Scholiast on Soph. Electr. 267, by whom the lines are quoted. 
The mistake may have arisen from a misinterpretation of ravra, which 
does not refer to what follows, but to the preceding words, sc. v. 264 
Ibn. Aegisthns compassed Agam.'s death, and then, after the murder, 
nJcd with a rod of iron for seven years over Mycene. 

L 306. nf 8^ ^ySodTcp, * but in the eighth year (cp. rf b' &pa vifijrrqf, 
Od. 5. 263) the noble Orestes came as an avenger upon him {kojcSv oiy 
Cp. Od. 2. 166. 

L 307. 'A^ijvdwv. This is a different account of the story from that 
followed by the Greek tragedians, who represent Orestes as sent to 
Fhods. The reading of Zenodotus here was dird ^eaicrfcay, 
L 308 -xQd. I. 300. 

L 309. 8a£w rd^ov, ' gave a funeral feast.' So daivT^au yd/wv, Od. 
4. 3. It is here implied that Clytaenm. perished along with Aegisth. 

L 311. In poii'^v iyaOds the hero is represented as a general, shouting 
the word of command to his troops (juucpbv dfvcrc, II. 3. 81), or en« 
conraging his friends, or striking terror into the foe. Cp. 
cl /i^ S.p* 6(h v6ijff( 0oflv dyaObi Aioft^drjt 
fffUpdaXiov S' k06r]<T€P ktrorpivw 'OSvo'iTa. H. 8. 91, 92. 
L 315. Join KOTO-^dYcooxv. 

L 318. dXXoOcv, • from abroad,' sc. kic r&y dv., • from those nations 
&om which one would never have a hope in his heart to return, whom 
storms have once drifted into so vast a sea.' 
L 319. For fifya rotov, cp. Od. i. 209. 
L 321. For IXiroiTo without &v, see sup. v. 231. 
L 322. ri Sflivdv Tc. The € is lengthened because originally Btivbs is 
spdt with the digamma, bfcivSs. 

S 



a^ 2T0TXS. 

1- 317. \Um*a9ai,, infin. for impemt. aurSi, the reading of Ati 
tardius ; oBrSi' the commoner reading. 

1- 333- The tongnes of the Tictims. as being the choicest ponion, wE 
cut out, and bunted (inf. v. 341) in honour of the Gods, 

1- 334. Toto, sc KoiToio, ■ it is time for it." 

1-337- ^i K see on Od. 1.381. 

H-3J8. ,i39 = Od. 1. 146, 143. 

L 340. vili|iT)crav. Cp. Od. 18. 41S elvox^' ^^ ltrap(iaSa itriu 
This settles the construction of Sfinifs'in. The cups were not broii| 
round but stood already on the board by each guest. The force of 
in lmp£iitfyiii is thnt of ' in succession,' as in Ir-olxtaBai. Cp Od. 
435 viifoiaay S ipa nSjuy tiri-aTaS6v. The meaning of the ritualis 
word dpx*"^"' is 'to offer a first portion to the Gods.' Cp. anfi 
utiTapx'"' Puttuig these mlerpretations together, we have as the wh 
meannig, 'They served it rouDd to all, having poured a first drop ii 
their cups in succession.' The noiJpoi carried the bowl («(njrijp) am 
ladle (tpSxooi), with which a drop was put mto each cup ; this drop 1 
then poured out as a libation, and the cup filled for the man's own drinid 

1- 347. &*■ ■ kIoit*, epexegesis of ri yi in the preceding line, fyi 
i IS, I. 

1. 34S. The order of the words is &t rt napi t(v (5 15. 3) ^ rofv 
ivtlit, (' short of clothing'), (J ^f'X- ('hadly off'), 'who has not in 
house cloaks (either to wear, or to use as coverlets. Od. 4. 199) 1 
many blankets, either for himself or for his guests to sleep softly on." 

L 352. ToGS' ivEpSs, ' this man' of whom I am now thinldng, ' 
Odyssens. 

h 353- '"piiit'". S ^- I i see on Od. 5, 163. S+p' 4v, ' so long as. 

1. 357. Join tni vdScirfiu, 

1. 364. i|ii|Xuc{T| for hfiifiiiKft, as in Od. 1. 158. 

L 365. Ivfti, explained by the following words napA frjl. 

1. 366. The Kawuivw lived in Triphylia to the North of Mate 
dominion. ^^^| 

1. 3S7. The Tlpilm was probably a claim for stolen Cattle. ^^| 
^ rot 'Oiu(ro<t>i ^^H 

^\Bt litri xp"!** Ti! fS<i of vat i>^/uM i!^(AXa, ^^| 
Itijfui yi.p iC ^Salt^!t Ufiraiii'iei Si-fya dtifia; 
Od. at, 17 ; iiflfAur Epici for InpilXHr. 

L 373. Strut tBn, • how he had seen,' L e. at the sight he had 50 
Enstatliius reads tircf. 

1. 376. Join £Ek, not with vftp, but with IirovTaii, ' Bccompuiy thet 
I see they do." 

1. 378. TpiTOyfvna probably means only ' bom from the water." ( 

'nxaaiy t(, OtSiir firiair itai i^ijrlfia Tij0&r. 

B. 14. iol, though later legends referred the word to a Boeotian sticl 



oDrssEF, III. 259 

ofled TViton, or to a lake of the name in Egypt, both connected with 
Ae worship of the goddess. Others, finding that in the Cretan dialect 
ffniUminipaX^, saw in the word the embodiment of the story of Athena's 
])irtfa fixnn the head of Zeus. 

L 380. S(8«B^, the oldest form of the imperat., § 23. i. 

L 38a. ^civ, like Ipdcir-B* to sacrifice.' Cp. lAt/acere and operari. 
^ was referred by the ancients to ^i'ot = 'one year old,' which makes 
^ miiyi superfluous. It is better to connect it with dyoj, ivvca, and so 
wiktft^riKieiot. 

L 384. ircpixc^ot, i. e. not by melting, but by laying on gold in leaf 
vfoSL 

1 387. ^ § 16. a. 

L389»Od. I. 145. 

L 390. &va-K(paoxriv, ' mixed up.' Cp. Od. 9. 209. 

L 39s. ic|Hj8€|i,vov, here ae' the stopper' that made fast the top (^Kdpa-Bioj) 
of the jar, or perhaps * the string' over the cork. 

L 396. ol |«iv, sc Mti Kot yafifipci, sup. v. 387, who had each his own 
aputment (o&e^Sf l^av, cp. inf. v. 413) in the court of the palace. 
•firoO, in next line, means ' in the actual house, ' sc. vw* cddovan, ' under 
the echoing verandah' formed by a sloping roof from the front wall of 
tile house. 

L 399. T|np«U, see Od. i. 449. 

L 401. Join ts fraC8<ttV, cp. Od. 5. 448. The married sons had de- 
taidied lodgings in the court ; the unmarried Feisis. (i^idcoc) sleeps in the 
house, as Telemachus does. 

L 403. ir6pawt. This phrase, which is used in the honourable sense 
of 'sharing the bed ' as a wife, gains its meaning from the fact that the 
wife is the one who has free access to the husband's room, and actually 
prepares his bed for the night's rest. So Theocr. 6. 33 
aJbrdp 17a; icka(S) O^pai U rk k* dfidffoy 
a^d lun ffropifftiv zraXd Sifivta, 

L 408. &iioaTCX^vTcs aX., * shining with an oil-like gloss.' The gen. 
may have been suggested by the dvd in composition, as the dative is 
more natural^ as in II. 18. 595 

XCTftyvow Iwv^Tovs ^Ka artK^wroM l\nl<fi. 
See too on Od. 7, 107. Others interpret it of a sort of varnish. 

L 410. ''AC86<r8c, sc Uiuv, * to the house of A.,' always a person in 
Homer. 

L 411. oSpos, * warder/ from tp-6M, Cp. Lat. tueri in a similar 
doable sense. 

1. 418. KptffjvobTC, with double 17, from Kpaivou 

L 419. lX&cnro|&at, indie, fut. after t^pa^ so with 5ira», Od. i. 57* 

L 430. IvapTt^s, cp. Virg. Aen. 4. 358 manifesto in lunune vidi, OcoO, 

S a 



I 



* 260 tforssi 

I. 421, iirl Pouv. 'for a cow :' so iiti riix^ Icatiorro, Oi. »4. 4'i'i. 

1. 421, pȣv firipouiciXm, a pleonasm, like oT-ni^o* al7Si-. Od. 1;. i|7 
Cp. inf. V. 473. 

1. 417. ol 6' £\Xai fiAivri, for this U5e of itnperat. cp. Od. 1. 1^1. 

1, 4it). IGpcLi, 'places' for the guests. i]^l muiit go with mVes'.'si. 
but it is snpeHluous, aiid, us it were, an afteitlioughL oto-Jjitv la |i'i: 
second aor. infin., § SO. 3. 

L 43a. x''^'"'J5' called xpn^'X^"'! sup. T. 4)5. 

L 433. ■mifmtn.-ias'niminia; lit. tlie 'completions' of his =]■ 
which word the sigiiihcations of wilpara easily meet. 

1. 43(1. ivTiiuo-a. see on Od. 1. 25. 

1. 43g. i.ytnp i»pii(iiv. So (Xkciv noEili, II. 17. 289. li-y'iv x'P"'"- ' 
Bacch, 1068. 

1. 441. Mpn, sc. x«fl = 'the left." ufiKis. It is difficult !o d ■ . 
whether this word be connected with tixoi-' whole grains,' or the 
ftK appearing in iKioi. SXtvpav, which would make it"' coarse g' 
grain.' The latter seems on the whole better, and more consisleiV. v 
the Attic foim i\ai. Aristoph. Eq. 1167, Pax. 948. The giain ■■> 
fourirf between the horns of the victim is called ouAo-xiSroi (v. 44; 1. 

1. 445. ROT^pXfTO. Cp. D. 1 . 449 

Xtpyi'ptii'TO 3" IntiTa Kal DuXo;^tJTai AniXm^o, 
EC took them out of the «»inDi' to sprinkle. Here imnjpx- oij.vnv 
is equivalent to tear^px- i^t\i)irVBi oif.. 'He began the sacred ■■ 
■with handwashing and the grain for sprinkling, and he prayed cruii. 
to Athena at the initiatory rile, throwing in the Ere the lock of hai: '■ 
the victim's head; but when they had prayed and tossed the spn! 
grain,' etc The airapx^t^fyot is defined more closely by the vu 
which follow it. Cp. iliri rplxm ip^a/iiros, II. 19. 154. 

1. 450. iXiXt^nT, 'raised a. joyful cry,' at the consummalioo of lie 
sacrifice; not a shriek of horror. For iko^vyij in this good sense, q> 
Eur. Med. 1176. 

1. 453. iwXivTtB, ' hiring raised the viclim['s head]," cqaivalent lo 
aitpi/ravTu, IL i. 459 ; a. ^ 11. 

1. 454. Iirxov, • held him fast-' This wrs to facilitate the next proccM 
(jKtaitv, 'cut the throat'). 

1. 456. SiixtuttV, ' dismembered.' |i(aTuX\ov (v. 46»>, • cot into ittail 
pieces.' &^af Gi, ' and at once they cut out slices from the thighs, sll 
properly, and wrapped them in fat, making a double layer of it.' 

1. 45B. Glirruxa may be taken as an adverbial aceus. plur.. or better, 
as a fem. accus. sing, (agreeing with laiarpi), B. metaplastic form from 
Survx"' pointing lo a nom. lin-nif. Cp. tlmvxa \innir, Apoll. Rhod. 
1. ja. For a description of meat Gom the thigh thus wrapped in in 
upper and lower layer of fat, cp. Soph. Antig. 1011 ^fot «ak*tTft j 
i£iKti»ro mjif\^t. 



ODrssEFyiv. 261 

(C£tis» § d. 6. 

ip' a^dv IxoVf ' came /o his side and held.' 

52 ^Od. 13. 364, 365. 

tie apodosis begins with dSrron^ 8*, * then they set to roasting 

ptcrev XCir* IXaCcp [and simply Xlw' dfXci^cv Od. 6. 227], 
lim with oil-olive.* According to Herodian \lv* was an 
^ so. \lrrai or X/tt^i, from an old noun rd \lna, so that iKaiq> is 
. Others regard Xliro as an adverb analogous in form to 
= * smoothly,' * oilily.* 

4p€s c<r6\ol, so tcovpot, sup. v. 339, Od. i. 148. 
0, ace. to some =* rose up/ or 'passed along them/ like 
to wait on the guests ; ' others, with more probability, refer 
root op, popt from which come dpdoj and oZpoi, * looked after 
waited on them.* 

/ov oIvoXm a pleonasm, as sup. v. 422. The ultima of oTvoy 
re the digammated word folvoxo^wru. 
•' 2Lpp.aT* ^YovTCS, here, as often := 'under the yoke/ apfiara of 
but in plural number, as including all the apparatus 
nth it, cp. T<J^o, fUyapa, tcrria, 68010, partitive gen., * some 
:y ; * so in II. 24. 264 tva irp^<r<rcafji€r ddoio, 
\<rero, § 20. 3, Af, § 7. 

liav, infin. denoting purpose; qd. Od. 1. 138 vixj/curOcu. 
lov fvy^v, *kept rattling the'^ke supporting it [on their 
her end.' 
cr€To, § 20. 3. 

]pal, on the N.E. side of the Messenian gulf, 
rav, see on sup. v. 151. 
le verse is wanting in the majority of MSS. 
•V, § 20. 3. 

ov, &y(u, i. q. d^t/w, * made for their joumey*s end,* * for so 
swift horses bore them forward.* Others take vw€K<p€pw 
y, as in II. 23. 376 

$Ka 8* ivuTa. % 

al ^prjTiddao iroh&K€€i liie<J>€pov tinrou 

BOOK IV. 

K so. Telemachus and Peisistratus. This introduces the 
the second day after their departure, the first night being 
rae, Od. 3. 488. AaKc8aC)UAv is the name for the district of 
a was the capital. koCXt|v is best described by Euripides 
i), Koikrjv ycip, Speffi vfpiSpo/jioy, * mountain-pent;* the 
mountains being Taygetus on the west, axi^ "taoiaii otL'^CkS. 



''3,62 rroTBS. 

east. KiiTuCTfrav (for which Zcnodnlus wrote i[ai(Trlfffffo»)=:'wilh 

ravines.' perhaps from m-d^ia, ' to split.' But vid. Buttm. IolU. s. 
1. 3. Saivuvra y&f/>v, qj, Od. 3. 309. 
1. 5. MenelaDs had promiaed bis only daughter Hermionc to N 

optoiemuB, while they were still at Troy ; now he ' was just sending "«i 

off' in performance of his promise. 
1. 7. JJirEXeiBv, ' were bringing to accomplishment.' 
1. 8. tinwiiinv, instrumental dative. 
L 9. dm — Fhthia. in Thessaly. 
1. 10. (JY«™, Menelaus was ■ bringing home ' for his son n h^' 

from their own city, Sparta. 

I, n. ■n\y,vytToa seems to mean 'grown big,' ajid=:Lat, odoln.r- 
ie notion of' last-boni ' or 'late-bom' from rijXt is unsatisfactory , .' 
E first part of the word may be referred, to flifX-Aiu, or to an ailjnV' 
61 = 'big,' seen in To(iY*TM, 'the huge mountain.' See oa T^*.*!!' 
i. 10. 81; cp, fiiither, II. 5. 153 ; 9. 143,481, Od. 16. 191 lo iili 

passages the meaning 'grown up' is quite appropriate. Anrl bi 

Megapenthes, bom after Helen's flight, but before the Trojan expttliu. 

would now be 19 or 10 years old The * great grief,' which the 11.. ' 
I implies, commemorates Helen's faithlessness. 

I. 13. .ltd, mitr. grot. 

II. 15-19. Alhenaeus says that these lines were interpolated by An ' 
chus, partly from 11. i3. 604-606. Most modem editors reject Ihcin '■ 
Ihe first two seem almost necflsary to give a meaning lo the cpp"-! 

I. 19. KO-ii \i,iiiaav% defines more closely ko-t' a^roAi, with vhk'r, 
Caiiiaior Kari Soifu, inf. V. 44. tjdpxovro* [sc. doiBofi] lioXwiis, ^1 .■ 

1. 30. h ifpoWpoMn, ac. at the entrance of the oSAi}. 

1. j6. TiB*, ' yonder,' cp. IJB'. Od. r. 185. 

1. l^. iucTDv, a syncopated form of the dual from perfect *«m. ' 
dual of pluperf. occurs inf. v. 661. 
I I. 3S. For a^iiAV, cp. $ 15. I ; icaTaV\>ffo^uv for ^wfity, § S. 4 
V 9 1. 29. Join 1i wi(iirio(u* Iiiav{)Mv AWov. Eteoneus thought the In .1 
was hill enough already, and it raiglit be wiser to ' send them on 10 > 1-. 
some one else, for him to entertain them.' 

h ii' Notice the combination of dual and plural. ^'OY^^'^v •' '■^l**^''' 
we are come hither [wailing to see] whether Zeus will for the lime t" 
come ease us of our sorrow.' Menelaus has learned kindness in ihi 
school of adversity. 

1. 36. iTpDTJpw, 'forwards.' toLnfiifim (Soifiotuu), 'that they may feast' 

1. 37. nfiXcTo, §g le. 3 ; so. 4. 

i 38. ffirioeoi, from firo>uu, imiitrpr. ^^ 

I. 3<j. ACffuv Ani {., 'Jrom bcncoib tite -ji^Va,' eg, Od. 7. 5, ^^M 



ODYSSET, /r. a63 

1 41, kdk, . 4^M{av, q>. Od. 5. 390. 

L 43. Ivtiiria. See plan of house. ira|i4av6QivTa, because tiiey were 
^tewashed, or because the sun streamed through the gateway and lit 
fbemup. 

L 45. The order of the words is atyXti yc^p irlXcv &s rf [oTyXi;] Vj«XCov 

L 47. &p4S|&cvoi, ' gazing/ with the additional notion of wonder »0d. 
lo. 181. 

L 50L •SXos, in this sense of ' shaggy ' or * with close nap/ is referred 
bjrButtmann to cU^a;=* squeeze/ It is more likely parallel to Lat. 
WSttt, Greek ftpiw, Eng. * wool/ 

L 51. Is 9p6vovs tlixvro, cp. $S>K6vZt ica$l^<xyoy, Od. 5. 3. 

IL 52-58 «Od. I. 136-142. 

L 59. Scucvuficvos, see on Od. 3. 41. 

L 61. «aotrc4&lv«ft, sc. a<l>a>, accus. object of elprjffSfitOa, 

IL 61-64. '^^ Alexandrian critics rejected these lines as unnecessary, 
and as containing an unhomeric form a<f>^v, the dative elsewhere being 
ofcMF. Trans. * the type of your parents is not lost in you ' (Haym.). 
9^^ dathf. eibicus=i* as far as you are concerned/ 

L 65. vQrra, Slices from the back or chine were the best pieces 
reserved for honoured guests. Cp. Od. 8. 475. 

IL 67, 68 = Od. I. 149. 150, 

L70«0d. I. 157. 

L 73. li^licTpov. It is impossible to decide whether this is amber — 
so called, as Buttmann thinks, from its attractive properties {€\h<u) — or a 
Huztnre of gold and silver in the proportion 5:1, which it certainly 
meant in later times. Amber as a decoration would not be very lustrous. 

L 74. * Like unto this, no doubt, is the court of Zeus within, for the 
untold multitude of things that are here.' 

1. 75. Scora is roughly equivalent to Sn rSca, The proper meaning 
ciai}Jl is the outer court. If we retain that meaning here, Telemachus 
must be sapposed to be thinking of the place where the splendour of the 
palace first struck his eye. But probably adX^ is loosely used for the 
whole dwelling, as in II. 24. 452. 

L 77. See on Od. 2. 269. 

L 80. Trans. * But of men, whether any one rival me in wealth or not 
P care not]/ For the conjimctive, cp. II. 9. 701 dW.* 1} rw kuvov fitv 

L 8a. i[yay6)Lyptt sc. rd KrfuMra. 

L 83. AiTviTTtovs, three syllables. The countries are not mentioned 
in any order of geographical sequence ; the Sidonians are close to the 
Phoenicians, and the Erembi are, perhaps, a branch of the Aethiopians. 

L 85. tva T« [so o$i Tc, inf v. 426], * where lambs are homed from the 
Tery first.' Cf. Arist. Hist. Anim. 8. 28 ky yi,\v Aifitjf €tf$if$ 'y^crat^c^ora 



Ixorra ri iitp<tToiS>j Tur Kpiaif. Indeed, all increase is rapid. Tfittfl 

1. 86. tAvr^ipoY ^notice accent, which makes the epitli. active) = 'i!ie 
maturing year,' te. that brings all things to completion, including it:-i 
For il> Iviavrir, cp inf. v. 517. 
^^ 1. 87. Trans. "There neither master nor shepherd lacks cheese or m. 
or sweet milk, but [the ewes] always give a constant supply of null., 
draw,' lit. 'to be milked.' imStvifi = lirtSift)i, Siam Uoiuu, 

L Sg. Jw-iit-Tov^, from Jir-al(i, with termination twdi, bs in L 
£ii/inus. &fjs&ai, from &dotmi, as ;^^crAu.from xp^t"'^- 

1. 90. tlos, mcl, gral. far lots, 5 3. 6. irtpl Ktlvo, ' about that iii% 
bonrbood.' 

L gi. TtCius. Epicfi for rivi, ' meanwhile.' 

1. 92. ofi\o|iin)s, see on Od, 1. 3^. 

1. 94. Kol. iraT*'pu.», K T.\., ' and about these [riches] yoa are liJiili 
have heard (cp. Od. a. n8) from your fathers whosoever those fn'.l 
of yours may be.' These words are purely parenthetical, by n:) 
saying that his wealth is now common matter of hislary : Iht t-<< 
explains his lack of enjoyment in his wealth (v. 9.^). in liXto'ii = ' !< 1 
it go to ruin.' as it ceitainly did go to ruin in his long al«nir. 
Another reason for his jojlassness is the loss of dear friends, inf. vv 
96 foU. 

1. 97. Join o<|!tkey valta/ S\aiv Tpn&Tipi *(p (loipav TOtJnuv. 'WW:. ■-■ 
8' fivBpii repeat S^rtof. 

1. 100. I|iin]S, ' notwithstanding,' explained by Tavrai. . dxtio*'. 

1. 104. Tuv iriirroiv ou. ' For these men, all of them, I lament ncc . 
mnch.' o&upo|iaii (with accus. sup. T. too) is here nsed with gen. 

1- log. imxftitpii = ' makes me loathe.' Cp. •rtvlat/Ai, Od. IJ. 
50a. 

1. 106. ^vwB[i(vy ((ivdofuu, S IB. 1), 'when I think upon it.' 

1. 107. flpaTo, 'undertook,' [avoj]. Join t$ B'..aiTif, '10 that nun 
lumself troubles were destined to come, and to me sorrow for him iievii 
to be forgotten, to think bow he is so long away, and we know not uhethirr 
he be dead or alive.' 

. 113. vfov, adverbial to ff/aiaTa. 

.113. Tip B' dps, ■ and in his heart he stirred a desire of tears for his 
ler.' Join fiiri . . fipir*. 
115. fii™-[a]. Notice accent which distinguishes it from dnj, and 
ep. &na mtptiiair, Od. I. 334. 

1. ijo. «to», see on sup. v. 90. 

1. 131. xpu<niXiKwro« was interpreted by the ancient commentators is 
"' with golden arrow ;' but ^AamiTij. at any rate, always means the 
distaff,' though there may be an ambiguity of meaninu ii 
betneea 'spiiidle' and 'aitaw.' It Lsa teneiic epithet of the g 






ODYSSEY^ IV. 265 

ahd not sp6<iific with reference to her favourite pursuits of 
dar applies the epithet to Amphitrite and the Nereids. 
3ai or 04i8i7, the chief city in upper Egypt, which was 

* the Thebaid/ 

KVK\ov=with little wheels or castors at the bottom, that the 
easily be pushed about. Cp. II. 18. 375 
pvcTfa hi e<p* vwd icuKKa kKd(TTq> m^OfJiiyi OjJKt. 
pdavTO, * the edges thereon [Iwi] had been finished off with 
Kpaivw. Others derive the form, strangely enough, from 
m the idea of the mixture of the two metals. The basket 
e yam already spun off. This was packed away, probably, 
balls, while the distaff, with its charge of wool ready for 

across the basket from edge to edge. Others interpret 
standing upright, but the other rendering is simpler. Cp. 
civvaat, 
Ev, § 23. 8. 

s line is generally rendered, * Shall I be wrong in what I 
say, or shall I be speaking the truth? * or else as a quasi- 
ion = * whether I shall be wrong or right, my heart bids me 
jems simpler to consider that Helen is debating upon her 
, tbp.iv ti) ; and doubting whether to answer it or not. She 
e, ' Shall I withhold the truth (ifftvffofjuu), or shall I speak 
? I have a great mind to do so.* 
i&ra w8€, tarn similem, 
io, § 15. I. 

1 |ji€p,VT)p.^vos d}t<)>' '08., d.s Od. I. 48. So fivrjcSfAtOa irtpi 
7. 191. Others join ijlvO, afup. '05., and take /Ac/ji/17/i. as 
e. 

>l €)&oC. Explained by €ty€«* ifitTo^ inf. v. 170. 
i<|>pa;v = crdHpptuv, 

iXOc^v, see on Od. 1. 182. circo-p. dva<j)a(v. = * to make show 
ng.* There is no idea of (pKvapia or nonsense in the word, 
his first visit.* 
a Tov . . av8^. 

*Or\<T€aji, fut. indie, after 6<ppa, as c?/i' h v6\iv 6<ppa fi€ iffprrjp 
7. 6. 

aXXoi, the 17 and a coalesce by synizesis, § 4. 3. 
enclitic dat. as the accent on Mi shows. 
Uas, § 13. 5, two syllables. 

2 order of words is, xat l[(f>rjv [!/*«] <l>t\Tj<T4fi€V fuv MSvra, 
rht that I would entertain him when he came, beyond all 
;, if Olympian Zeus had granted that a return should be 
5. And I would have given him for a home [ydaaa, transit. 
I city in Argos, and would have made hitQ,ait^<i^isft<»^''^^^ 



I 

I 



brought him from Ithaca with his goods and his son and all 
having cleared out one town [of those] that lEe round us, and [i 
are ruled over by mj'Belf.' 

1. iSi. |iAX(v iyi,<r<rii/9iu, 'must himself hn.Te been jcal< 
happiness." 

1. 187. 'AmXixoio, Od. 3, lia, 

1. 188. 'Hofii utis. Memnon, king of the Aethiopians. 

L igo. The order of the words is, N. 6 yipio' i/idaH' flmt at imrvfilw 
«p! (—'beyond') ffporSir, 

1. igj. Aristnrchus is said to have rejected this line, End most niodtni 
editors ha.ve followed him, because the otnv seems wrong after JnfiT 
iraliit9a. But the danses really cross, so that nlair i. ^(7. refers dosdj 



In/If. and iptoifiiv, 
1. 193. ttti mviirn^'if it may be 

1. 11)4. |UTa8£pTuii may : 



riio to (LU^^. ipioi/i. 
nopt Kpiai — Sfpa i^Tpiri 
us and his brothers are I 



le suhjectiof 



a modest waj of nrgiag Idi 



after supper.' fttrd Siprof. FeisstntU | 
lines not to Bid (to dfl^F in sorrow; so that Menelans (mf.v. 113) suggests 
Ihejr should fell to again. Or it maybe, 'during supper.' lifrd Mprp, in 
which case t. 113 will describe the meal resumed after the interroptina 
of weepmg. This is simpler. 

dXXd Kol 'Hull faairai,, ' but the momiiig shall serve for that,' K- 
IiTtnrat iSvpnuinf!, 

L 195. Join 06 ytiwcr. Tiva kXoUiv [ToifroJ'] PpoTilv 01 ict 9. 

I. 197. yipai. The only 'ionoi/r' men can show the dead is, Jw(po»W 
[rira], that one should cut his liair as a sign of mourning. 

L 199. kqI y&p follows oil r(n<oo!u/«ii. 

1. 200. p^XXtii [S|i<voi. see sup. v. 94. Peisistratns had never been "i 
his company nor seen him. Perhaps he was not bom when AntilodiiJ^ 
went to Troy. 

L2D2=Od.3. III. 

1. ao6. Totou = iTCTTUftf VDU. B = ' whcrcfore,' cp. Od, 1. 38a. 

bridal and birth.* For similar hysteron 



■eOd. 4 



7J3; 



417. el 



II. uIJoi aC, where Attic Greek would have used Sj. 

1. 114. x*>'^''r<"v, 'let them pour,' indef, sabjecl, as ofien ^aal, 'and 
there shall be stories in the morning for Telemachus and me to tell at 
length [!ia] to each other.' 

L 230. Join ^* (|>&p|uiKov (tt dIvov ivStv (mvov. It is impossible 
to say what the ijiApftaKoy was. Plutarch thought it only symbolised 
the ghimour of Helen's eloquence : many moderns think il 



ODrssETyiv. 1267 

L 226. 8i|t5<pcir, § 18. 3. For the subject to 8., see sup. v. 314. 
L 227. |a,i|Tv6cirra, not ' cunningly devised ' but (active) ' helpftil.* 
L 229. TQ, *where,* taking up the Afytnrros implied in the adj. hlyvwrlq, 
L 230. |M|UY|Uva, * intermixed/ good and bad together. 
L 231. ti|Tp^s is the predicate. * Each one is a leech skilled beyond 
all men.* 
!• 235. otSf, see on Od. i. 76. 

L 236. drdp refers back to (a0\Siv, * though good, yet the God/ etc. 
L 239. loucira, * suited thereto/ sc to feasting and enjoyment. 
L 340. |i,vO^)<ro|Ukt, i. e. -wfuii. Conjunct, parallel to drofi'fjvoj. 
I 343. dXX* otov t6S* lp({c. We may supply learoKi^u or some such 
word, or make a sort of exclamation of it, • But to think of what a thing 
tbis was that he did ! ' which latter way the Schol. prefers. 
Ia44« a^6v |uvsthe later lavr<$K. 
L 347. Kornucpi^imov, ' disguising himself.' 

L 348. ^ o^^ Toios IV» ' who was in no wise such an one/ sc any- 
thing but a beggar, dim-rja and olietvs seem irreconcileable. 
L 349. d^ici)<ravss' took no notice.' 

L 350. Totov l6vTa= * though so disguised.' Others interpret, * I knew 
him to be such an one as he really was/ Od. 11. 144. 

L 354. ifi^ irplv dva<)>'f)vai . . Trplv d^K^orOak, non prius ostendere 
pam advenisset. 
L 358. KaTd 8i <^p6viv 4J. ir., ' brought back much information.' 

L 263. 8&x'-^^^<* 

L 363. vo<r<^ur(ra)UvT|v, * having quitted ; ' so with accus. Kp^n^t 6p€a 
rt^crra yo(r<pi<TdprjVf Od. 19. 338. 

1. 364. <^p^va8 . . . ctSos. For this aecusativus respectus defining rev 
more closely, cp. Od. 11. 336. 

1. 469. toioOtov is probably masc. agreeing, /rard o'tJycertv, with 'Ofivc. 
^ov leijp, which is merely a periphrasis for 'OSvo-o-cvt. 

L 3 7a . {faT$ = * fine-wrought.' tva = * where.' 

1. 374. KcXevir^|uv<u 8^ a-* l|ji€XX€, * some God must have bidden you 
[come]/ fAiXXm is followed by a future, as in Od. 9. 477, or by an aor., 
asin£ v. 377. /etkevaififvai may, therefore, be an aor. with the sigma, 
like daifuycut ffoojaifLtvai, etc. Had Helen's purpose come to pass the 
Greeks were lost, 

L 377. iT€pi[4]aT€i|as, * thou didst walk round.' 

L 278. CK 8' 6yoyxucK. = i^ovofuxKk'^brfv Si, 

L 379. toncovor' d\6xoi<nv, see on Od. 2. 121. 

L 383. 'OtrcucoOo-oi, * to answer/ Od. 10. 83. 

L 285 -Od. 3.82. 

L 293. dXYiov, *all the harder l' cp. fi4\rfpov, Od. 6. 282. rd yf* 
* his cleverness and endurance.' 

L 3p^ Tpdfren, 'send us off,' 



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268 NOTES. 

11. igj-joo^^Od. 7. 336-339- Si|ivui, 'bed-steads.' tiroirflai, 'to wrap 
themselves in.' 

1. 302. br irpo8i|up. This merely resumes the phrase wr" al9iiiqi= 
' under the vcrnndah.' 

1. 3IJ. -rtim Ei irt^qvd vera de caussa necessilas hue U alluUlt 

I. 314. 8J||uot 1\, 'Is the matter a public one, or private?' 

L 317- tl ivtinniis, ■ [To see] if you could (efl me.' iAtiii86vo for 
«X.tij!Pri™, from Epic form for sKtjiiiv. 

L 3JO=Od. 1. 91. 

U. 3"-33' = Od. 3.92-roi. 

I. 335. This simile is remarkable for haying several points of com- 
parisoo. The hind and fawns represent the suitors: the thicket b the 
house of Odys. The lion is Odys. himself. Notice how the hypothetical 
mood [iffpiijoi] passes into the perf. and aor. indie, as the picture becomes 
realized in the poet's mind. Cp. Od. 5, 328 tpopl^aiv . ■ ixovnu. 

1. 339. d[i(|i(rWp<)i.in includes the dam and her fiLwns, as representing 
bodi divisions of the family, Cp. Virg. Acq. i. 462 

Airidas Priamumjua a ioaiam ambohus Aehillm. 

1.34i = Od. 7-3"- 

1. 343, J| fpiSos, ' in a matdi.' Fhitomeleides, the king of Lesbos, 
was said to have challenged to a contest ia wrestling all who landed ca 
hia shores. 

IL 345. 346-Od. I. 365, 166. 

1. 34S- Tolos tin takes up the same words from v. 34a, 'O thalinsuch 
strength Odys. might come among the suitors ; all of them waald find 
speedy doom, and would rue their wooing.' 

L 34S. irapaxXiGav adds a closer description to 'oplf, ' I won't give 
you a different answer off the point and shirking your question, nor will 
I mislead you,' i.e. he will neither withhold the truth nor tell him what is 
false. 

1. 349. aXXd Tcl .. tOv ovSiv, L e. quat vtra stitm nubi narrauil, m 
lis rUbit etlabo. 

1. 351. ALfiiifTcf. It is doubtful whether this is the land or the rivei 
of Egypt, sc. the Nile : see inf. w. 477. 581. 
Join i-n . . inov and Erilpo . . vidrftii. 

1- 351. Jirtl ofi. SynizesiSi § 4. 2. TcXi]((ra'm~not so mndi 'i 
as ' effective,' that win an answer (t/Adi) from heaveiu 
1- 354. JimTii, begins the story=' now.' 

1. 355. Pharos lies so near the coast (less than a mile) that it is hop 
to reconcile the story with actual topography. 

1. 356. TooTov £vtvfl' E., "as great a way off as a ship n 
whole day.' 

:e § 8. a. 



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ODYSSET, IV. 269 

L ^8. &vd . . p^XXotKn, * they pnsh off/ 

L359. |UXav=* from deep wells/ so icp/fivri ii^xSarvZpoty Od. 13. 409. 
L 363. Karl^OiTO, syncop. aor. from form <pOio), * all our victuals would 
hare been spent' 
L 367. v6<n^v IraCpcAv defines ofy, |i' is for /xot, § 6. 
L369. Impc 8i, where later Greek would have ydp. No man in 
Homeric times would eat fish when he could get meat 

L 371. Trans. • Art thou utterly a fool and spiritless ; or art thou wil- 
&II7 reckless, and takest pleasure in sorrow ? seeing thou art so long 
cooped up in this island, and canst find no escape, while the heart of thy 
oonuides is fiunting/ iMOCcit, § 23. i. 
L 377. See on sup. v. 94. 

L 380. 'gMuf, a ' keeps me a prisoner here.' ISi|o-c, * stopped me ' origin- 
«Dy,cp. sup. V. 351. 
L 387. TfKl(r0cu, sa Ift^, * begat me.' 
L 388. XcXap^(r6ai, § 16. a. 

L 389. St Kcv, apodosis, * he will tell thee/ ts demonstr., Od. i. 286. 
D- 389, 390 -Od. 10. 539. 540. 

L 393. olxopivoio &8dv, * while thou art away on a journey / so i\$€tv 
Wr, Od. 3. 316. 

L 395. aM\j emphat., * Do thou thyself; ' for Odys. does not under- 
stand the plan. 

L 400. Constant usage seems to prove that 82 and not 8^ as proposed 
is tile word after i^/ios : 8^ may here be compared with tnHra, sup. v. 
334. dfA^iP^l^icci is the reading of the majority of MSS., and if it be 
adopted, we must treat it as an aor. of custom, being the only past tense 
in use from the pres. perf. dfupifiifirjKa, But dfi,<)>ip€p^Kxi, the reading in 
die text, is much simpler. 
L 40a. ^plt» the ruffled surface of water. Cp. 
o3&7 82 Ztipi&poto lx<^^<> v6trrov €in <l>pi( 

i(Hnffii¥oio viov fit\6yti Si rt vSvros vn* airijs. IL 7. 63, 64. 
L 404. vliroStt. This word has been variously interpreted as * footless/ 
'web-footed,' and •offepring/ The last is best. It may be referred to 
root NEn. seen in dv^^ios, nep-os^ nep^is, etc. 
L 406. vucp^ ^l&V, see § 13. a, and cp. inf. y. 442. 
L 408. 4iCt|t, ' in order,' i. e. Odys. and his companions, though only 
'i b used in the preceding line. 
L 410. ilko^iauit the * black arts ' of a wizard ; 6\o68t dkod/ios, 6\ofdnos. 
L 411. Iirturiv, 'goes his rounds ;' cp. ivolx^aBait inf. v. 451. 
L 41a. iMjiirAaovra*, i. e. vtfiirdffrjratt properly, * to count on the five 
fingers.' 

L 416. a{iOi lx**'V* ' ^C6p ^i™ where he is ;' so aZ$i /Uvtiy, Od. 5. 208. 
The infin. for imperat, as sup. v. 408. 



%^0 NOTES. 

1. 417. irctpTJacTOi, sc. &K6^au, * He will tiy to do so by tamiog into 
everything that is made for moving on the groimd.' 

1. 420. a^os = Proteus himself. 

1. 421. Totos c«^v, in his original shape. 

1. 422. ayJMtix, * cease ;* so taxovro Mx*7'> "^ 3* 84. 

L 426. {(rra<mv. Virg. Aen. 6 ad fin., statu Uuorepuppes, 

1. 427. 'fjuk, % 23. 3. ir6p^pc,' was troubled.' lather a redupLfron 
<pv^t or connected with root ^PT, seen in <pp4-ap and Loit/er^eo. 

L 434. vciroiOca, § 21. 3. IMk, ' enterprise ' 

1. 435. viroS€<ra, ' having plunged beneath/ described sup. v. 425. 

1. 438. cwds, * lairs/ shallow pits scooped in the sand. 

1. 442. iXodararos, § 13. 2. 

1. 445. d|A^f>oa(ii), a fem. adjective used substantively, as ^17, inf. t. 
447. Here it must mean not tie food of the gods, but a refreshing p«" 
fume. The corpse of Patroclus is kept from decay by its use, IL 19. 38. 

1. 449. ^T)YH>tia, ' at the breaker's edge / tw/n X'^P^V AtTi^/*^^' 
n 4. 425. 

1. 450. lv8tos, * at noon,' lit. in full daylight. Rxx)t AI/=', Lat. cK^. 

1. 451. ^aTpc(^as, * plump, well fed.' ia—Zih, through the pronund* 
ation of the iota as j, * thoroughly.' 

XcKTO dpi9|idv, * told their number.' 

1- 453- ^^iCTo avrds, * lay down himself.' Two syncopated aorists 
from distinct roots, viz. AEF and AEX. So in latin /^o from 1st, and 
lectus (' a bed ') from 2nd. coCa9i| (o'tiuu)^ commoner in middle aor. 
biaaro, 'suspected.' 

1. 458. v«|;tirlrqXov. The first half is the emphatic part, the latter is 
generically applicable to all trees. So bpv9 inf/ltco/wt, Od. 12. 357; 
iwKvdirripoi drjS6v€$f Soph. O. C. 17. 

1. 460. dvCa^c, * grew tired ;' intrans., as inf. v. 598. 

1. 463. tIo o-f xp^ ; see on Od. i. 124. 

1. 465, TTOparpoir^ftiv )u, * seeking to mislead me.' 

1. 472. dXXA (&dXa, cp. Od. 5. 342, * Why of course you ought,' etc. 

1. 476. IvKxCp^vov. The other reading is h \nff6po^l>oy. But lUaOai 
can be used with the accus. without a preposition, as in Od. 3. i. 

1. 477. SuircTi^s, lit * fallen from Zeus,' i. e. from the sky; here it 
means * rain-fed/ 

1. 490 = Od. I. 238. 

1. 492. ov84 ri o-c xp^> ^^c te oportet baec rescire. 

1. 493. cftdv v6ov = *what I know.' 

1. 495. \lTtovr9^supererant, Od. 3. 196, inf. v. 537. 

1. 497. fJ^XT) hk T« Kttl o^, 'At the hatde you yourself were present'- 
I need tell you nothing of the doings before Troy. 

1. 498 = Od. I. 197. 

2. 4gg. Atas = the Locrian Ajax, son of Oileus. 



ODFssEr^ IV. 271 

L 500. Qfrat^ probably off the south of Euboea (Virg. Aen. 11. 261). 
Ajax was wrecked thereon, but got on Urrafirma. 

1. 503. Kol iify* &aa6i), ' and had been recklessly presumptuous.' The 
^ was the fdly that suiSered him to make such a boast. Cf. furias 
Aiacis Oilei, Virg. Aen. i. 41. 

L 504. ^vY^civ. Although after words expressing expectation and the 
like, aorists may be used where the future would be more natural (cp. 
Od. 2. 171, 280), still it is likely that <l>vyUtv keeps its past signification 
here. He sat on the rock and boasted that he bad escaped, 

L 508. T^ 11^, 'And the one part stayed where it was, but the other 
fell in the sea, the broken piece,' on which Ajax had been sitting. 

L 510. T^ 84, * And him [the crag] carried down through the vast 
soiging sea : so there he died, when he had drunk the brine.' This line 
was rejected as unworthy by many critics, because they failed to see the 
grim humour of it, that almost partakes of the nature of a CKuiifui mxpd 
9f099oMta¥, Cp. Od. 12. 350. 

L 512. aM dSffX^c^ as Agamemnon. 

L 514. BKoXci^Myv. As this lay out of Agamenmon's course, we must 
suppose that a storm (Od. 5. 109) first drifted him south, and as he 
woiked up again and sighted Malea, a fresh hurricane drove him north- 
east to the Argolic promontory. Here the wind changed, and let him 
make his port. 

L 519. KCiOcv takes up not dypov but icxart^v, while SOk refers back to 
ipyov only. The wind shifted in his favour, and gave him a fair run from 
the promontory of Argolis. Bekker, Ed. 2, proposes to meet the diffi- 
culty by inserting w. 517, 518 after v. 520. 

L 520. ticovTO, sc. Agamemnon and his friends. 

L 521. 4} Toi &, Here the apodosis begins. 

L 522. &irT6|Mvos, ' as he touched it.' 

L 523. x^<>^^^^« Notice the use of plural verb with neut. plur., Od. 2. 

156. 

1. 525. ^irlox^TO ^ |u<r0^v, ' and promised as his pay.' 

L 526. Both S Y* ^^^ ^ *^c best referred to the cKonds. * He watched 
for a year, lest he (Agamemnon) should pass him by unobserved.' 

1. 531. The whole scene is laid ky /Kyapoiat, so that iriptoOi. means 
*at the other side of the hall.* 

L 532. Join Pi| tiriTounv icol 5x<o^i'V- Cp. sup. v. 8. 

L 534. dv^aY€, * brought up from the shore.' 

1. 535:sOd. II. 411. KarlicTavc, aor. of custom. 

L 537. licmCiv (/cT€lvu>)y § 22. The story here told is inconsistent 
with the form of it in Od. 11. 405 foil. 

L 541. For grief shown by * rolling on the ground,' cp. Od. 10. 499. 

L 546. K€V icT€iv€v. If Kfv [for which Bekker, Ed. 2, reads Kal] be re- 
tained, we must regard it as a loosely expressed apodosis to a protasis 



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jronut 



understood. ' Either yon wiU find Aegisthns alive, or [If yon too'l] | 
Orestes will have been his slayer, and you will come in for the funoal I 
feast,' Cp, Od. 3. 309. 

1, 553. Tliis verse is generally rejected as inconsislent with theSite- | 
menC of Proteus (sup. v. 4^6) that only two chiefUunK were dead. 

U. 5S7-56o-tM. s. U-i7- 

I. 561. 'ApY<>' here=Feloponnese. 

1. 563. The heroes are transported alive (oi 0laipaT6i' Ian BatUai V> 
I Elysion, and are found there not as (iJaAn Ka/iivTor, but with real bodis- | 
[ Elysion (^Aumt, 'where men go') lies in the fer wesC 

I. 566. oiii..ofrri .. oCt*. So ei Tfiiuv .. oJIt 'E«ij8ijJ Hurt npiijBi" 
I Sranrai, 11. 6. 450. 

1. 569. euvcKa takes up wtiupavai, sup. v. 564. o-+iv = ' in their eya" | 

U. S70-57fi = sup. w. 435-43'' 

1. 5r7 = Od. n. i. 

!. s8i. (U At-yijirroMi, supply Simp, as sup. v. 477. (U with crriir* 
mean^, 'I sailed them boclc thither and moored them there.' 

1. 5S4. X*<Jii Tujipov, ' I heaped ap a cairn.' 

L 596. TOK^onr, here used loosely for mother and grandfather. 

L 59 7. Jm) means ' the stoiy ;' ji-Ofloi includes the way of lellbg it 

I, 600. BflpDv Bt ' But let the gift which you shall give me be atrnt- 
I thing to treasure up : horses I will not take to Ithaca.' 

1. 60J. TTfEioio. The Eurolas valleyis too narrow to come under llii> 
r description, which may refer to the east part of Messenia, under the iul( 
I of Menelans. 

I. 603. Xuris (different from \err&t of Od. 9) is a sort of 'clover:' 
Kthnipav is probably the marsh plant called ' galltigalc.' 

1. 634. ijlpui^uis, ' broad in the car,' a characteristic of barley. 
■ I. 606. iir^paros cannot mean ' lofty ' (ioai/™) as some commenlalors j 
interpret, but 'charming.' as elsewhere. The awkward asyndeloD il I 
V. 606, and the unusual adversative sense which has to be forced D] 
ml (raJ iiaXXov in.) are both avoided if we place v. 606 after T. Sat I 
IflMi) SI 7-( Koi iKpi taaliur aliWoToi itul fi. j. 1. 

1. 610. KatfptEw, {mraffii,^). 

L 6r5. See on sup. v. 13a. 

L GiS, &|u|HKdXu4rc, so KfiSur, Od. 6, 303. 
I 1.619. wEiri [I. voirT. = ' as I come there on rny home voyage.* rrt" 

I 11. 611-614. These lines are unsuited to the feast which Menetaus i^ 
represented as giving, sup. w. 3 and 16. They describe a sort of </ja«M' 
the very details of which (e. g. ^y*"". ?«fp"0>'> are unhomeric. Prol.i! 
the lines were introduced to soften (he abrupt change of scene (.■ 
Sparta to Ithaca. 
L 6»'J. iSi i«p ir&pM C_sc. TipFOWp). The reading In ttie 41 



ODFSSEF, IV. ^73 

ftat o! Aristardiiis ; the majority of MSS. have i9i vtp rt&pot t$piv 

1. 633. vitT[ai], * will return.* vioftat, used in a fot. sense Od. 1 1. 1 14. 

L 634. XP^ ^Ctvctoi, * need is come for it* x- 7* governs the same 
case as its equivalent x/>4« 

L 636. <ffr6 « * at the teat* 

L 637. r&v Kffv, * I should like to drive away one of them and break 
Hmm.* 

L639. J^^ a-firoO &7pAv, 'there on the estate,* as SWoOi yalrjt, 
Od. a. 131. 

1643. Antinous asks whether any of the young Ithacensian nobles 
locompanied him, or his own servants; he had servants of his own, so 
tbe latter was equally possible (8iJvcut6 tee). 

1 646. cLIkovtos. The conjectural reading &iKovra removes all diffi- 
calty from the line, for &fnfupojif generally takes a double accus. Cp. Od. 
n. aoa. As the line stands, we may suppose a mixed construction 
between dwavpSy a* p^ and dmivpSv dixovros vrja. The construction fiiri 
iWrot, • in spite of your reluctance,' is posthomeric. But it is not 
unlikely that dinovros stands in a loose participial construction almost 
(({Divalent to the gen. absolute. For such a usage, cp. Od. 6. 157 C(fn(ri 
"\»cai»TW, 9. 356 "^luv .. SciO'dvT(vr, 9. 458 ol . . $€ivoft4vov, 

L 65a. |mO' 'iJH'^as, ' next to us.* Others make the phrase sficd* i^/uan^, 
'unong us,* as Od. 16. 419 

/cal 9i ff€ (paaiv 
ky ^fjf^ *J$&Krj9 ficO* 6|i^Xucas ^iJiiJifP* Spiarw. 

L 653. oC ol lirovTO=i&t eum eomitabarUur, 

L 654. T^ avrf , * to the man himself [Mentor].' 

1. 658. &|A^oTlpounv, sc. Antinous and Eurymachus. 

IL 661, diSa. These lines were probably transferred hither from H. i. 
103. If &|i4h^^^^^^^ ^^ rightly written in one word (instead of letting 
ift^ stand as an adverbial adjunct to vliiirXaifTo)^ it may mean 
'daikened all through,' either by mental gloom^ or by the ' black gcdl* 
^ich was supposed to be an accompaniment of passion. Cp. ft€Xayxi- 
rm ^f^, Aesdi. Pers. 114, K€k€uv64>peay fefjrrjpf Eum. 459. 

L 662. I£icn|v, cp. sup. v. 27. 

L 665. Trans. * Away this young lad has gone, as you see, in spite of 
so many of us here.* The simplest account of avrws (rendered here ' as 
yon see *) is that it is another form of oifraw, and the many different 
meanings assigned to it by different commentators only prove that it 
is in each case coloured by the context in which it occurs, and is 
interpreted by tone and gesture to express the speaker's feelings. If 
it be referred to airrbt, we might here render, * he has simply taken 
himself off.' 

L 667. dpi^ • He will get the start by-and-b^, m \«ask!^ o^ tmku 

T 



274 NOTES. 

He had already got the start of them in slipping out of Ithaca unopposed 
Cp. ^px* vitaSait • He was the first to go/ II. a. 84. 

1. 669 = 0d. 3. 212. 

1. 670. i6vTa— ' on his way.' The context may imply that this inet» 
' on his return ;* but tlyu. in itself contains no such idea. 

1. 672. vavrCXXcTOki, conjunctive, § 3. 4. 

1. 675. £ini(rros, ' uninformed/ used passively Od. i. 942. 

1. 682. \ ciire|&., § 4. 3. 

1. 684. |it^ |jivi|OTCv.. 8ciinrfj(rctav. Penelope meant to say two things: 
(i) Would that they had never wooed me, nor even met here at any 
other time! and (2) Would that they might now eat their last meal here! 
But only (2) is put out in^fuU, and (i) shrinks into a mere partidpiRl 
sentence ; the initial /x^, which would have introduced a negative wish, 
serving only to negative the participles. The whole sentence might be 
turned, Uiinam . . nee me vnquam petentes neque alio Umpore eongrem*' 
ultimam bic cenam jam nunc comedantl The parallel generally quoted 
from Od. 11. 613 is not altogether in point, as there a ne^oltM wish is 
introduced in the ordinary way by |ilj. 

1. 686. The change to the 2nd person in KaTaKcCptrc shows thatFeB^ 
lope includes Medon in the charges against the fjanjar^p^B, 

1. 688. r6 irp6a6€v, ' ere this/ * long ago,' explained by vdSSn livns 
= • in the days of your childhood.' Akovctc, cp. Od. 3. 84. 

1. 690. Join ovTC ^^as nvd c{aC(n6v rt, o<)Te cliniv. Trans.. 'In tbst 
he never did anything unfair to any one in the town, nor said it, which 
is the common way with high-bom kings : one man [a king] wiU likdy 
enough hate, another he may love.' 

1. 691. 8ticr|, in the sense of 'custom/ Od. ii. 218. The conjunct 
and optat. moods express the relative probability of an ordinary king 
showing hatred or favour. Cp. ij ie€ ^pperi fjiiya MpArot ij m€ ^pclfaft 
II. 18. 308. With piC^iy Ttvd n, cp. II. 2. 195 fi^ ri x'^^^^V^^"^ Ml 
Kojedv vlas 'AxouSjv, So inf. kdfpyet &Td<r$a\6v [rt] 6ylipa. 

1. 695. evcpYlcov, from fifcpyia plur. of €v€py^. 

1. 704. a|&4><^v(t) cirlcov for &(pa(flrft as &fi0pOTOt for dfiporoM. 

1. 705. OaXcpi\ 4>"vt^, ' the flow of her voice/ so tfoXcp^ Sdifp, the 
notion being * fresh growing,' ' vigorous.' 

1. 709. iTOwXw, see sup. v. 406. 

1. 712. wpopf, redupl. aor. 

1. 717. iroXXfiv. . €6vTci>v, * though there were many [seats] in the 
chamber,' otxos, as in Od. i. 356. 

i. 721. &8tvdv, &SrjVy = • her fill of weeping.' 

1. 722. iT€pl -yoLp, see on Od. i. 66. rpd^cv t|8' I^Ivovto. Cp. sup. 
V. 208. 

1. 726 = 0d. I. 344. The Schol. rejects the line here as superfluous, 
i. 728. dicX^a, for dicX€4a«*m\.\iOulany tidings (Kkiot) of him/ 



ODFSSEF, IV. 275 

^ 733- ^ "* 1'^' 4 *'<^- '^c o°ly instance of the double km. The 
doable ^ is not found in Homer ; for ^. . «€, cp. Od. 5. 361. Here the 
first iM giyes a conditional character to the whole sentence, which is then 
nbdiyided into two conditional clauses. 

L 736. fe seems to point to the time when she was yetskt home before 
she reached Odysseus* house. 

L 740. 6IBi6pfiinu, * make bis plaint to the people who are bent on 
destroying.' It is simpler to make Xaotai the direct antecedent to ot 
tad to conaider them as siding with the suitors. Otherwise we must 
leader ' complain to the people [about those] who,' etc. 

1. 743. Ecuycleia means to say, * Whether you slay or spare me, yet I 
viH ipeak out' 

IL747-749-Od. a. 374-376. 

1 75a. •fix«M- 

1. 754. KdKOv (for /edicoc from Kaic6oi)^* trouble not.' 

L 755« 'ApMun^^Soo. Arcesius was father of Laertes. 

L 756. ^ttUnrmx^supertrU, 

L 757. Ai|rcp€^ia. Synizesis of last syllables. 

L 761. There is no mention of Penelope burning the barley ; so that 
w are to suppose that she poured it from the basket as though it had 
been a libation. 

L 764. Join KcvrA. . Iin|c, ' burned up.' 

L 767. &V6Xv£«, as in Od. 3. 450. ot, doHvus commodi, 

L768>:Od. 1.365. 

l769«iOd. a. 324. 

L 771. Apruit. The suitors misinterpreted the meaning of Penelope's 
aoifioe and prayer, t « quod^ * that.' 

L 773. touv, § 28. 8, * But this they knew not, how things really 
vere.' Viz. that Penelope was aware of their plans. 

L 774. 804161001, ' reddess men,' i. e. rendered infatuate by the in- 
flnence of some higher power. 

^ 775- w&VTOf &|&^, ' all alike ' (distinguish 5fiw» and 6/ucm), whether 
about the plot against Telemachus or about Penelope's wedding. 

L 776. myj TOiov, see on Od. i. 209. 

L 78a. Tpoirol, leathern loops to hold the oar at the gunwale. Cp. 
tile use of r/Mworr^p, Thuc 2. 93. 

L783=Od. 8. 54. 

L 785. The ship was ready to start at a moment's notice ; not drawn 
up on the sand„ but riding at her moorings (evvai) * well out in the 
water.* She was made fast to the shore also by the irpviiviiaiat so they 
were able to warp her in and disembark (l/c 8' e/Sav), as they had no 
small boats. 

1. 788. dtnuTTOs c8. \ iroT. is added as epexegesis to Aairos, 

L 792. The point of comparison is the fear and lie,\^lessas&^ ^i nJ&r. 

T a 



2jS irorxa. 

lion, and the Danowing drcle of huntsmen drawing in upon him. jo'-" 
iHpiAyait \iut iniKXav, as ifVlutyyirai /u xKaaar, Od. lo. 541. 

U 793. v{|8u(u)s. See Buttmann Leiil. sub voc, where rj/tviioi 15 Mil 
to be an erroneouB fonn for ffihritai, i. e. i/Svi. The intctpretallon of 
Aristuchus, sc. arithrrot. points to a derivation nf-Siiu. 

I. 799. iripiri, BC. 'Afljjnj. 

1. 800. Ai$, properly=' until,' here m 

L 80a. iriipd iiXi|i&<>s Ijidno., see On Oo. i. 441. 

L 303. Join Kai irpoir^Hiif piivfiiiSov, with double accas.,aswpi«ii«&'. 

I. 307. &\vrqiiivat (like pX^fieyoi, ofird^tviu, aKak^iifvo$), is a p- 
ticiple of the syncopated second aor., in a sort of adjectival seiist= 
' sinful,' ■ guilty in the eye of the Gods.' dAiroii'Oj generally takes dif 



In order to.' 



1. S09. tv av(i|j((j|En, itvXqoi. Cp. Od. T9. 56) folL 
Saiai yAp te vijkai ifttwjjpwr tltjlv iiyftpvPt 
ai fxiv yAp stp&tfftTi TtTf^xaroi, al f iktipam- 
TiSv ot lUr It iKStmri dii irpiirrou Iklijuarrot, 
ot fi' Ikupolporrai. (:it dxpaayTa il-ipoyTtr 
d1 Si Sicl itoTSar Ktpi<ai tkBairn Bipait 

The adjective ivilpftn only occurs here. 

L 811. TTQiXfai, pronounced as two syllables by synizesis, ts 
V. Si3. For the use of the present tease with iro/iot cp. 
Another reading is iraAi', sc. iro)»./[ai]. 

1. Sit, S yf resumes the oiiginal subject [iroii], as Od r. ^ 
&f||u^, tv' oTxcTdL, eorum ia populo apud qvos bine procul ve, 
&a inost not be construed as if="9iio' digressut est, but it 
place where he now is. 

1, S3T. Scots n IhXucs atSi)9, 'and didst hearken to son 
ding.' Aa Hermes, himself a fleui, migbt be sent by Zeus. 

L 834. (U 'ACGoD EfjiDicn. supply iiitI. 

L 836. uYDptvind Kftvov, porailel constructioa to ntniXcfi 
V. 831. 

L 838. KXijtBairTaflnoio^' the boll that fitted into the doorpost' 

1. S41. vvrr^ a^toXY^ See Buttmann Lexil, sub voc 

L 846. 'AiTTtpU. There is no islet to be found now answering tl 
Homer's description. The attempt to identify it with Dascalion t 
mere rock without a port or tbe possibility of one), does not mem 
matters. Besides, this is a poem and not a treatise on geography. 



i 



I tikai inf. 
Od. 3. » 

rtalur: {« 
marks ihf 

god's Ui- 




ODTSSEYy V. 279 

L 84. Tliis line belongs properly to inf. v. 158, and is rejected by the 
SdioL 

L 88. ai8ot6s rt ^CXos tc, 'an honoured and welcome guest;' with 
«&pot 0a4LCtfit, cp. Od. 4. 81 1. 

L 90. TtTiXf<r|iivov has got its meaning of ' possible,' from the 
thought that * what has been done once/ can be done again. 

L 91. This line should be omitted, as contradictory to v. 86. It is 
absent from the majority of MSS. 

L 95. Ijpafff 9u|i^ 48«»8'Q, * had comforted Jiis heart with meat.* (Cp. 
Gcnois 18. 5.) 

L 98. rdy |i.<}Ooy, * my story.* cvMnr^j<rw, from hima, 

L 103. Trans. * It is wholly impossible that any other God should 
Oftrreach or baffle the will of Zeus.' For iari with accus. and infin., cp. 
Od. II. 158. 

L 105. This idiomatic use of the superlative with the genitive need 
BOt be described as a substitution for the comparative ; but, rather, the 
sopedative retains its force, and the genitive stands simply as the case 
of reference. Here, * The most wretched creature, viewed in reference to 
all others.' Cf. Thuc. i. 36 1) Kipicvpa rrjs 'IraXioB leat ^SttceKiat icaXws 
npax\w KUToi, i. e. * favourably in relation to.' 

L 106. T^ &v8p^ takes up and defines more closely dXXa/it, 

L 108. *A^a(Tjv dXCrovTO, cp. Od. 3. 135 ; 4. 378. 

L no. The Scholiasts rejected the whole passage w. 1 05-111; at 
any rate we must dispense with w. no, iii, which represent Odysseus 
as driven on Calypso's shore by the storm raised by Athena. 

L 113. 4j[ifi&y», * he bade me,' sc. sup. w. 30 foil. 

L 118. ox^^M»» from ^x^aBai, implies (like Lat. improbus) a perti- 
muaoos determination of carrying out a pui-pose at all hazards. 

L I30. &|u^a8iT)V. Fern, accus. of adject, used adverbially (cp. (fx^^irj^ 
.■.irp^^8i|y)ss( honourably,' a marriage that one may confess to without 
i shame. «ovf)<rcT[cu], conjunctive. 

L 123. The legend that makes Orion to be slain by Artemis, serves to 
confirm the identity of Ortygia and Delos ; at any rate the name Ortygia 
is always connected with the worship of Artemis. The flights of quails 
{ipru() common in the Archipelago suggest the etymology of the 

L 124. i^avots. This proves that the phrase is used of every form of 
suddm deadi ; for the visitation here is a wrathful one. Trans, 'painless/ 

L 1 35. IflwCttVi. This word (from aTa or ta) points to the origin of 
the myth as connected with the fertile powers of the soil. 

L 126. f 6v|i^ cl^ava, 'yielding to her own inclination,' i. e. not 
perforce. 

L 127. vwU^ Ivt Tptir6X(|p. The three ploughings of the soil took 
place (i) in autumn, (2) in spring, (3) in summti« Sax ^ ^^Q)\i<i ^^v> 



28o * NOTES. 

The third ploughing was called vwacu^ wHen the ground was * freshened 
up ;' yubt is hardly parallel in meaning with the Latin novalis. 

1. 137. £inKrTos» see Od. 4. 675. 

1. 130. iTfpl Tpimos Pc^d^o, * bestriding the keel ;* see inf. v. 371. 

1. 13a. IXous, of a 'crushing* blow, from €iX«i>, *to squeeze.* Cp 
Ki\aa»t from xiWa). Cp. Od. 7. 250. 

^' 133* 134' These lines come in appropriately here, but not sup. n 
no, III, where they first occur. 

1. 139. &v<&Yct is Uie present tense from a verb dpdjyw, Ijvarfw, formed 
from the earlier perf. Sa/ouya. 

1. 140. oti iTQ irliAtl/ci) is not so much 'I won't' as ' I can't dismiss him, 
ov YoLp vipa vrjes, 

1. 143. ov8' liriKcvoxd, parenthetical =* without reserve.' &s kc follows 
directly from {nro$-^<rofjuu. 

1. 150. tli[«], § 23. 3. 

1. 153. ovK^Ti, ' no longer.' At first she found favour in his eyes til 
he became home-sick. 

1. 155. irap* ovK c6^wv cOcXovctq, i.e. ovtc iOikcay trap* k$. The gram 
matical order is disturbed to bring the two contrasting words into juxta 
position. Cf. inf. v. 224 /icrcl koI t(S8c roiaxyeviaOoj, sup. v. 97.0€cl 0e^ 

1. 156. 'fy.6v€<rax, see inf. w. 418 foil. 

1. 160. Kd|ji|Aopc&=icaTd;£op€, * fate-crushed; ' cp.iKafi/ioi'£i/, for iiRZTa/uir^ 
II. 22. 257. 

1. 161. irp^^pcurcra, cp. the form fikTaaam, Od. 9. 221, a femin. adj. 
like vp6<l>pojv in meaning, but pointing to a masc. irp6<l>pa», from npwppaio 
/Mit * to be careful for.* 

1. 163. txpia, see on v. 252 inf. 

1. 164. vtl/ot), as the Upia form the highest part of the hull. H( 
naturally begins by laying the keel. 

1. 173. dXXo Tt ^ t68€ (A-fiScat, * Surely thou art beretn devising 
something else, and not my safe despatch.* 
1. 174. kIXcov, § 4. 3. 
1. 175. clout, cp. Od. 3. 10. 

I. 179. |Jiif| t£ |Jiot avT^, * that thou wilt not devise any other mischid 
to do me harm ;* Kcucdv dWo is the object, and v^fm in apposition to i 
as a predicate. Cp. Od. 7. 195. 

II. 180, 181 =0d. 4. 609, 610. 

1. 182. Trans. • In sooth thou art a rogue, with no simplicity in th] 
heart — (her address is of a playful character) — seeing what the word 
are that thou hast devised to utter.' 

1. 185. KaT€i^6p,cvov, ' that down-flowing water of Styx,* nmning fron 
the upper world into the realms below. 

1. 189. 8t€ (AC xpc^' * whenever need might press so hard on me.* 

L JQ^. ola PpoTol dvSpcs cSovox. Calypso has no hope of makin| 



ODYSSEY, r. 1*8 1 

Odysseus an immortal (sup. v. 135), so nectar and mnbrosia are not 
suited to him. 

1. 20a. ToU dpa. Yet the conversation is only between two. Cp. 
Od. 7. 47. 

1 105. orO 8^ xci"^ ^1^ fy'^% *Yet a blessing go with you notwith- 
standing.' 

L 215. t68c x&^o, * be thus angry ;' t<55c, a cognate accus. with the 
VaK Cp. Od. 1. 409 ; and Eur. Med. 157 tcely^p t<>5c /x^ x^^^^^^" 

L 224. t68< Toun, see on sup. v. 155. 

L225»Od. 3. 329. 

L 226. cXO^vTCs. . 'n&yc. Notice the confusion between plural and dual. 

L 230. &pYt>^<ov. The second half of the word is referred by some to 
the root ^A = ' appearance.' Others compare it with the termination of 
diminutives, e.g. (catjfpiw, 

L 234. irlXcKVS {v\'^'<r<roj), the axe for felling (inf. v. 244), oiclircipvov, 
the adze for squaring and smoothing (inf. v. 237). Join dpficvov cv 
iraXd|i,Dox, as in II. 18. 600 rpoxbv (* potter's wheel') ap, kv, iroA. 
Syncop. 2nd aor. particip. of apw. 

]. 235. &|i4>OTlpb)6cv, like the I^t. bipennis, 

L 237. c^oov, not in an active sense, but * smooth-polished,' referring 
to the handle of the adze. 

L 240. afia irdXat trcpiK., ' long sapless, quite dry,' the best substitute 
he could get for wood felled when green and put to season. 

L 244. irdvra, ' in all.' ^. Od. 8. 258. ircX4KKi)(rcv, 'lopped.' The 
work of the ff/civapvoy begins at fiacre, 

L 245. (rraOiAt) is not the plummet (aTa<p^\rj\ but a string rubbed 
with chalk, that is drawn tight on any surface, then lifted in the centre 
and let to fly back, so tracing a straight line. 

L 248. Y6|i4otatv. Trans. * Then he hammered it together with pegs 
md damps.' Metal nails were called ^Kot, The dp/wviau may represent 
K)me simple form of mortice and tenon, or more likely cross clamps of 
«rood laid over parallel timbers to keep them together, and pegged down 
■0 each timber with a y6fi<pot, 

L 249. Sotrov tCs t'. Trans. * As wide as a man may trace out the 
lull of a broad freight-ship, of such size did Odysseus frame his raft.' 
ropv^trtTcu, is probably for TopvdiffrfTai, The rdpvos used is a pencil at 
he end of a string working round a centre to mark circles. 
L 251. tAto-ov liT'=e»i r6aaoy, 

L 252. hcpia 8^ <rrf|(ras. Trans. * And he worked away at his ship 
[«]»ot€<), putting up the decks by fitting them to the close-set ribs, and 
le finished off with the long side-planking.' The Schol compares the 
Ta/MFc* to the vertical threads or warp (ariipjuv) of the loom, which 
nffidently describes their position. The side-planking (Imi'yKcvls, cp. 
t^rcin^r) was naturally fastened on last (rcXcvra). The middle oi^^^l 



28a NOTES. 

of the ship was undecked, and contained the rowers' benches and di 
hold (am\oi). The Upia are two small decks, at the bows and at th 
stem, broad enough to sleep on (Od. 3. 353) or to walk on (Od. la. aaj)! 
This fells in with the ordinary use of iKpiw—* platform,' as in Herodt 
5. 16, and is quite consistent with the statement that the ancient sh^i 
were not covered in, for these decks only extended for a short distance 
The timbers carrying the decks were naturally pinned to the iapri|^t ribs. 
See generally the Sketch of Ship, with Description (frontispiece). 

1. 256. <^p^c 8c |uv, * And he fenced it from end to end with wattfe* 
work of osier, to be a guard from the waves;' i.e. he made a wicker 
bulwark to prevent the broken water from splashing into the hold. 

1. 257. tiXT)v, the Schol. interprets as ballast, (T^Xa, KiOovs, tff&fifia^. 

I. 260. virlp(u«=' braces,' to trim the yard-arm to the wind; k6X»* 
' halyards,* to raise and lower the kvUptov, cp. Od. a. 426, where they 
are described as ivcrpiirroiai ^oivatv, 'ir68cs (Lat._p«A?s)=s* sheets,' at 
the two lower comers of the square sail. The ax^^l is here treated as 
an ordinary ship of the period. There is nothing in the text to induce 
us to interpret it as the description of a mere make-shift. The whole 
story is a tale of marvel; and if Odysseus seems to have done 
more than any one man could do, it is quite in the. spirit of the li^ 
passage. 

1. 262. T$— *forhim;* cp. Od. 8. 417. 

1. 265. cv 81 ol do-K^v, * And on board (Ik) the goddess put a skin d 
dark wine for him : one skin, that is, and aflecond big one of water.' 

1. 266. •Qa or f|ia. This word is pronounced in three different wayi 
to suit the metre ffia^ as here ; iiia, Od. 2. 389 ; and T}2a,0d. la. 329. 

1. 272. Huntsmen and husbandmen had for different oonstellationi 
different names derived from familiar objects. So the same group ot 
stars was represented either as a hear or a wain. Similarly, saUors saf 
in the Pleiades the stars whose setting closed the time for making 1 
voyage (irXtTv), while others regarded them as a flight of doves (wcXfi^ 
scared by the hunter Orion. Bootes, called by Hesiod 'Apirrovjfwt, i 
said to * set slow,' because at that time he occupies a line of greates 
perpendicular length ; at the time of rising he lies horizontally, and si 
comes into view more quickly. 

1. 273. liriKXijaxv KoXlotiox, * they sur-name,' cognate accus. 

1. 274. r\ T* tt^oO oTp^erat, * it turns round on the same spot ao' 
watches Orion.* The huntsman has the bear at bay, and circles roun' 
him ; the bear keeps tuming too and never takes his eyes off th 
hunter To say that the bear is the • only constellation that never sets 
is untrue ; if we are to seek a justification, it may be that in Homer 
time the Bear was the only group of stars in the N. sky reduced to 
constellation. 
^' ^77* X^^ seems to be used vn\!i\ s'^cx^ itCerence to the pilot 



ODTSSEYy V. 283 

1 the rudder. M ipurrtpd, 'towards the left/ used substantively, 
3. 171 ; cp. M Ht^tk x^^P^** P"id. Pyth. 6. 19. Trans. * Bid him 
eeping this (constellation) on his left hand/ i.e. he is to sail from 
to S.E. 

i79«=Od. 7. 268. 

180. SOl Tf, * [in that part] where it (so. yud) was nearest to him/ 
281. ^Cawro 8* &% Stc. The 5rc disappears in the English idiom, 
phrase is a short way of writing ftaaro 8* an fitv!^ 5tc cTSctcu, k.t.\. 
starchus reads 5^ iptv6v, but it is hard to see how mountains could 
k like a fig-tree; others read fii^, * a peak/ Od. 9. 191. A further 
ficulty in ^ivdv is that the ultima of Sre should be lengthened before 
(§ 2), as inf. v. 426 ; but if fiiv6v can stand, the simile is intelligible 
lOQgh. The low lands represent the rim of the shield, the mountains 
s boss. With ttffaro 8* d)$ Stc, cp. ffpitrc 8' at 5tc vvpyo; H. 4. 462. 
L 282. AlOt^miV, cp. Od. i. 22. 
L 284. i&aXXov, *more than before/ Od. i. 20, 69. 
L 289. irctpap, like r4\o9 tfovdrov, inf. v. 326. 

L 290. dXX' In i&cv |uv, *But I promise that I will yet drive him to his 
heart's content on the path of misery;' cp. II. 19. 423 ov k^^oj vplv Tpivas 
lifr kkdfftu woKifioio. With cXdav Kax., cp. iir€iy6iA€V0» weSioto, ic.tA., 
Where the gen. is local. 
L 293. Join crw-€ic<&Xvi|r« vf^lcotn. 

L 296. al0pTpfey{n|s=»* sky-bom,* not = * making clear weather/ 
L 300. 8€(8m i&t^ ctircv. For the fact of her having spoken was 
certain. ' I fear lest she have ^oken only too true,' cp. Od. 13. 215 
tttt/MU 1^1 ri fkoi otxovTOt, Soph. El. 580 opa /lij vriim (ravrjj Tt^s (not 
00DJiinctive% Eurip. Ion 1525 5pa.. fi^ ij<pdKtiaa. . cdriay $€^,. irpooriOris 
«*8ee whether you be not actually doing so.' 

L 309. In the struggle for the possession of the corpse of Achilles, 
Odysseus kept off the Trojans, while Ajax carried the body. 

L 311. |uv kkio% fj^ov, with irc from preceding clause, ' would have 
tpnaA my £une,' Uke ickios <p4p€tv, Od. 3. 204. 
L 313. kot' dKpT|S. Virg. Aen. l . 1 1 4 Ingens a vertice porUus. 
L 319. T^ 8* dp* {nr6ppvxa 0i|k€. The subject to B^Kt is KvfM of v. 
313. Some commentators treat vir6fip. as adverbial accus. plur. from 
M0pvxo9, comparing S/irrvxa, Od. 3. 458, q. v. It is simpler to make 
it a heteroclite accus. masc. pointing to a nom. dro/3pv£, and similarly 
Ihmfx* (jOfUnpf) as if from hivrv^. 
L 320. ^MOxM^Mt poet, form for 6»aaxMtt * to hold up/ 
L 333. icpaT6s. Notice quantity and accent. 
i 335. |M9ap|Jii)ecls, ' darting after it.' cXXd^cro, § 8. 2. 
L 328. iMsMo/i, * thistle-heads/ ok^ . . Mos. 
L 329. &|i ir4Xa708 .. ir48iOVy § ?• Ix^vrai, for change of mood, cp 



0,84 NOTES. 

1. 331. irpopdXcaKc, ' would toss him ' as a ball. 

1« 333* c^aoicc9 ' gave him over to the W. wind to chase.* 

1. 334. av&f|c<rou. This epithet distinguishes human speech from flit 
language of the Gods ; while /x4po^ marks ofif the civilized nation fron 
the savage or the brute. But cp. Od. 10. 136, where Circe is called|tii 
a^. Another old reading was ov^effffa which was interpreted itij^M 
(from oZSat). 

1. 337. Hie verse has been generally rejected as imitated and iiita> 
polated from inf. v. 353. 

1. 340. Sri, * in that/ explaining the form that his anger todc 

1. 34a -Od. 6. 258. 

L 344. x<^pc<''c^ vitaVf * swimming with your hands, secure a laading 
on the shore of the Fhaeacians ;' lit. (make for your arrival). 

1. 345. ^attjs depends on ydcroy, as y^t «ar/»9$af y6arot, Eur. Iphi 
Taur. 1066. 

1. 346. Tii, an imperat. from root TA. (rtlvca etc.), it is almost alwaj* 
joined with another imperat., like 0affK* t$i. Here with T6wao€u (bettor 
written proparox. as Uie imperat. i aor. mid., though the commoner 
reading is the inf. rav^crffcu). 

iird orrlpvoLo. The easier reading is aripvoiai^ but cp. B. 4. 106 ^ 
aripvoio rvx^aa*. 

1- 35 7» 5 ri [u. It is better to read with Aristoph. S re as two words 
= 5ti t€ [Epic T€ of emphasis] than 5t€. Cp. 5=5x1, Od. I. 38a. But 
ore would be possible in a quasi-causal sense on tte analogy of the 
Latin cum. • 

1. 359. ^{i|iov, ' chance of escape,* adject, for abstract noun. 

1. 361. 5<|>p* &v |ji{v Kcv. This is like the double t» of Attic syntax 
which is never found in Homer. Cp. Od. 4. 733 ; 9. 334. 

1. 367. KaTr|pc<|>^s, * over- arching.* 

1. 368. YJCuv, cp. sup. v. 266. Perhaps, *com,' (from eZoiBBfck), here 
•=• chaff.' 

1. 369. Tcl |ji^v dp Tc, ' the chaff indeed the wind scatters.' For re, see 
V. 357. SicoiclS., aorist of bustom. 

1. 371. d|i^l . . cPoive, * bestrode.' 

1. 377. dX6(i>, i. e. dx6ov (d\a<$/<at), contracted to dXw, and lengthened 
by inserted o, § 18. 2. 

1- 379. &XX' ov8* ^, 'But for all that I don't expect that thou wilt 
disparage thy sufferings ;* i. e. that thou wilt have enough and to spare 
of them : spoken sarcastically. 

1. 381. AI70IS {kir-aiy4(<u, iia-tro)). The home of storms : perhaps, 
as Schol. says, on the wild coast of Achaea, others put it near £u- 
boea. 

1. 385. irpd, i. e. in front of the swimmer. 

I $89. vk6tero, * drifted.' 



ODYSSEY, V. 2,0^ 

'. T^corf , i e. brought to full perfection, not — * ended.' Cp. t4\o9 
y sup. V. 326 a 'realisation or accomplishment of death.' 
I. ^L For this Aristarchus read 1) 5^, but there is no real 
sis between ^^tfjios fjikv and the next clause. 
)3* ^{^ • • &p^^<» ' Having given a sudden look forward, as he was 
up by the huge wave.' Cp. Virg. Aen. 6. 357 
Prospexi Ilaliam sutrnna suhlimis ah undo, 
^94. pCoTOt ifwrfyQ => ' a glimpse of retiiming life.' 
596. IxpoM* ' assailed him.' 
398. '08wrti[i], § e.* 

400. Sotrov Tf ykytav Poifj<rat, * as far as [one] makes himself heard 
1 a shout' Y^Twro, perf like dfyorya, with pres. signification. 
.402. [I^]^6x0<i, imperf. 

i, 404. oi ^dp Icrav, * For there were no harbours, receptacles for 
ips, nor roadsteads.' Iir-lwy^, perhaps from dy-yvfu, where the seas 
c broken. Cp. tevfiarcayfl, Hdt. 4. 196. 

L 409. t68c XoiTfia . . IriXcova, ' I have got over this gulf by cutting 
oy way through it,* sc. by swimming. XauT/ia is governed both by verb 
ind participle, as 06 n diawpffi^cufu \iyoay ificL /c^Sca, Od. 14. 197. 
L 410. ^(v<t[oi], § 6. Ovpote, * clear away,* epexegetical addition. 
L 411. licToaOtv. There was an outlying reef of sharp rocks where 
the surf broke. Inside this came a strip of smooth water up to the edge 
of the cliff which rose sheer from deep sea. 

L 416. lorfrfTOi, not in the government of /xi}, but a vivid statement 
of what seems an absolute certainty. 

L 418. 4)i6va8 irapairXT|7at, * spits that meet the seas aslant.' A 
diff is struck full by the sea {dprivK^^, Soph. Antig. 592) ; on a low 
beach that runs out from the line of coast each wave necessarily strikes 
oUiquely, so that it does not come down with such crushing weight. 
Two such spits form a harbour, so that \tfjiivas is a true epexegesis. 

L426. Iv^ K* &ird . . dpdxOri, 'There he would have had his skin 
stripped ofi^ and his bones broken.' ^tvovs and 6<rria, both accusatives 
of part affected. 

L 430. T^ |aiv, so. KVfM, 

L 43a. The point of comparison lies only in the firm hold, for the 
details do not suit both cases. The stones come away with the suckers 
of the polypus ; but the skin of the man's hands is left on the rocks. 

L 433. ^avoSvs — ' getting outside the surf.' icv|taTOS . . rd tc, cp. Od. 
1. 31a ; 14. 177 : Virg. Aen. 8. ^I'jfulmen quae plttrima^ etc. 

1. 439. vf^x* irapit=«*he kept swinmiing along outside.' 

L 444. lyvw 8i, (apodosis to dXX* 5tc, y. 441% ' he recognised him [for 
a riTer^;od] as he came flowing forth.' 

L 447. otSoiot, ' He deserves respect who/ etc. 

1. 448. Join St Tis dv8p«^. 



286 NOTES. 

1. 452. irp^ffOc, * in front of him.' 

1. 453. lKa|M|ic, 'let them droop.* 

1. 458. d|tirwro for dvivvvTo, perhaps »dycvy4fcro (wyiu). 

1. 459. &ird lo, o lengthened before fto, § 2. 

1. 466. h iroTa|jup, probably =* in the torrent-bed.* 

1. 467. yA\ !«.* £|&v8ts, ' [I fear] lest at once the hurtful frost and £rA 
dew quench my life, exhausted after my swooning.' Cp. Tt-$aX-wik^ 
Hpffrj, Od. 13. 245. 

1. 468. KCKd<|nr}a for Kitcrjtpa, from K&irrtiv (jtaiH&aitHv), 

1. 469. -rjaOt iTpd, cp. Od. 8. 851, lit. * in the dibming, early.* The«|pi 
is adverbial and does not govern i^w^t. 

1. 471. ct |jic (uOcCi), ' to see whether the chill will release me;* fM^|> 
Epic subjunct., § 23. i, parallel to iviXBin. 

1. 476. ^v irfpt^tvoiAlvcp, ' in a place with a dear view round it' Cp* 
Od. 10. 211. 

1. 477. Join c£ 8|Ao6€v, as «ap* airr60i, H. 23. 147, * growing from the 
same spot/ or perhaps * from the same root.' 

1. 478. 8idT), aorist : others read Stdct, imperf. (q>. kri^^i) from Mf^ 

1. 481. Join dXX-^X. . . cira|iioip. 

1. 482. cira|&T|araTO, * gathered together,* prior to the I»€x«5oto (v. 487)* 
which implies the heaping of leaves over his body. Cp. d^ot^i^M, 
Od. 9. 247. 

1. 483. ^XXcDV Y^^p, * For there was a fidl of leaves in full pknty, 
enough to shelter two or three men.' 

^XiOa from &K19, 

1. 484. Scroov Tc Ipvcr^i, cp. Od. 2. 60, 317. 

1. 487 The picture is that of a man living in a lonely place (AyP- ^* 
c(rx.) with no neighbours near him from whom he may get a light (ci6|) 
if his fire should go out. Therefore he keeps a brand smouldering under 
a covering of ashes, so as to be able to fan it up at wilL So Odysseos 
under his covering of leaves kept up the faint spark of life. 

1. 492. iravcrfw, sc. 0wo«. 



BOOK VI. 

1. 2. i!)irvcp=* sleepiness.* &pT)|&lvot, some connect with ^pcu^t others 
refer it to fiapiiu through a form fapim. 

1. 4. TirepcCu, Od- 5- 34- 

1. 8. dX<|)T)(rTd(i)v, see on Od. i. 349. They were removed to a home 
beyond the molestation of all adventurers. 

1. 12. 'AXkCvoos. There seems a touch of irony in the warlike 
character of this name. Almost without exception, other Phaeacian 



ODYSSEY, VI. -40/ 

refer to their naval pursuits. Perhaps in the luxury and arrogance 
Phaeacian court there is a sly satire intended against some colony 

renturers in the Western Mediterranean. 

14. |ii)Tt6flMra, § 18. 2. 

18. x<M>^^^'v. Homer mentions no definite number of * Graces,' and 
names one, Pasithae, II. 14. 276. 

19. Mkavto, * were closed ;' lit. * lay on [the aTo0fio[],* 
. 23. &|ii|XucCi| for dfjfjXd^. Lat. cuqualis. Cp. Od. ^ 49. 

i. 24. |uv, is governed by irpoai<l>rjt * addressed her.' ^<iot)4&lvi| means 

aviDg likened herself,' as in r^; S* dip* httrd/ieyos, Od. 11. 341. 

L 25. tC Wi (t' &8€ == * How is it that thy mother has such a lazy 

aogfater in thee ?' ixifiia is the predicate. 

L 27. tvas=' at which,' cp. Od. 4. 821. rd 82 rolm, * and provide fine 
dothestoofor those who take thee to thy home ;' so ffTcro, Od. 4. 10. 

L 29. ivOpflivovs &vapa(vfi, ' spreads among men.' 

!• 33* Ivrvvcot, aor. conjunct, with long v, the last two syllables being 
scanned in synizesis. 

1 35. SOi seems to take up ipiffr^tt. Others refer it to ^kui}«av, as if 
to remind Nausicaa that she is wooed by native suitors. One MS. reads 
•fc roi yhot (by birth) ka&i «oi avrff. 

L36. 4^ vpd, see on Od. 5. 469. 

L 40. irXwol, probably tanks dug in the river bank, and communicating 
hf a channel wiUi the water. The inside may have been lined with stone. 

H a«. 153- 

L 43. 9iCr* &v<)iouru We must interpret this of the supramundane 
dwelling of the Gods. The earlier legend of the Iliad locates the Gods 
00 the actual Mysian Olympus which is called &y6wi(po9^ H. 18. 186, and 
nindi is shrouded in nvKtvbv vi<pot. Cp. Lucret 3. 18, folL 
Apparet druom numen sedesque quUtae, 
QuoM neque eoncutiunt venti, neqtie nubila nimbis 
Adspergunt, neque nix, acri concreta pruina, 
Cana cadens violat; semperque innuhUus aether 
Iniegit^ et large diffusa lumine ridet. 
1. 45. vIvraTcu ^ * is outspread,' dy4(p€\o», the a long because the 
original form of the word is tvi^e {9vo<l>tp6s). 
L 47. 8unH^pa8< (bi€uppd{o)\ second aor. redupl., * had said her say.' 
L 49. &v«Oa^f|MMrc, dnb intensive, * was lost in wonder at,' as in dir- 
tXpaiftiF^ iwo'iuiviu, Lat. de, 
L 53. ^^iuMfta (no singular in use) = * yam.* The distaflf is ryAa/vari;. 
L 54. JcHQ l|ixo|«iv(jp |MTd, * going to join.' tva=» * where.' 
L 57. o^iif Av 8^ |iot ^^oirX., * Couldn't you get me ready?' 
Mfn{, like ^Mo^a, is a four-wheeled cart 
L ^ ^«|»vir«i|ilva, an Epic form for ifi^wotfUya (fivwSca). 
1. 60. ail Ibuci . . ^ovra, the participle being drawn into the accusativ 



288 NOTES. ' 

construction with the infin. The reading i6m .. txom is a needless 
attempt to get over the difficulty. Cp. 

oiftc i/ifKiv fioi ravra fxtTaWfjaai leat ipiaOoA 
aarv KCM-apXuo-KovTa. Od. i6. 465. 

1. 66. 6aXcpdv 7d|iov, probably =* fruitful marriage:* which gives the 
reason why a maid was shy of naming it. 

1. 70. '&ir€pTcpC|) only means * upper part.* It maybe interpreted, wift 
Scholl., as a square wooden box for baggage, or as an 'awning* over 
the cart. 

1. 71. ^kck[I]Xcto. Reduplicated and syncopated aor. {ici\oiuu), 

1. 73. vnuYov, xnrb = * under the yoke.* Od. 3. 476. 

1. 80. xvrXov, (x^*'). is prop^erly a mixture o£ water and oil used Iff 
bathers, x^^^^'^^*^^ includes both washing and anointing. 

1. 83. £|j,OTov TavvovTO, ' stepped straight on without flagging.' dfunv 
may be connected with iii-yuHj. or compounded with priv. a and root fM 
in lUrpov. 

1. 84. dXXat='as well,* Od. 1. 132. 

1. 87. iircKirpoplct = ' flowed up from below (6ird), passed on (wp^) and 
ran out again (e«),* see on sup. v. 40. An analogous force of the prepo^ 
sitions may be traced in vvcKirpoiXvaav. 

1. 91. c(r<^6pcov, * carried them into;' cp. koiKw awiot tlatfAawn^ 
Od. 12. 317. 

1. 94. '7|xt iMiXurra— 'just where the sea washed up pebbles on tiw 
beach ;* i. e. above the line of sand where the shingle begins. Others 
render, ' where the sea [beating] on the shore scours the pebbles dean.' 

1. 96. XCir* cXaC(p, see Od. 3. 466. 

1. 98. |i{vov ct|i. Tcpa., ' waited for the clothes to dry;' cp. Od. i. 422 

I. loi. |AoXiri\, includes dancing and music. Here we must supposi 
that the game consisted in a chant and a measured step, and that tfa* 
throwing and catching of the ball kept time with this. So in Od. S 
371, ball-play and dancing go together. 

1. 102. icar' ovpfos .. Kard Tr\iinf§Toy, To keep the signification c 
the prepositions accurately with either case, we must suppose that Artemi 
descends from a peak and travels along the ridges. Koxla4>a, (x^! 
' archer.' ^ 

1. 107. The order is ^ ^c i\(&. icdpi) tj82 (A^rttna ftftlp Traurdwv. C] 
l\pov h\ icipTf ^x"» * rears his head,' II. 6. 509. 

1. no. l|MXXe, 'was thinking of.* She does not htgm to pack ti 
inf. v. 252. 

1. 114. f| ot ^y, irdXtv, ' who might be his guide to the city;' cp. O 
7. 22. 

1. 116. &|JuipTi . . IfiPaXe, sc. Nausicaa. 

1. 117. Join In ..dvcrav, 

1, up. ritav, § 15. 3. 



ODYSSEY^ VI. 289 

L 131. OlwtiSi^, i. e. 0(O9^s for 0coSeJ)<, (^dt, 9io»), 
L 122. &s tI |M, * A feminine cry floats round me, as it were of girls, 
«»ymplis who hamit,' etc. Cp. Od. 4. 45. 
L 123. vv|i4^v is added as a nearer definition of icov/xW. 
L ia6. ircipi(j(ro)&<u, i. e. conjunctive, parallel to tSufJiai. 
L 129. «bt proaxurot * that girt round his body it might cover his 
nakedness.' 
L 131. Strat is often treated as a neut. plur. Cp. Scfft <pa€iy^, II. 13. 435. 
L Z32. |A«rd |3ov(rl. . |iCT* cXd4>ovs. The two cases with fitrcL are 
iccorate. He comes among the beasts in the foldyard; herUns after the 
wild deer. • And his belly bids him to force his way even into the 
doie-shat fold, to make a raid on sheep.' 
L Z35. l|tfXXc, ' was fain ;' xp^^f** t^P 1ieo»t. 

L 138. Tplir<rav, * fled scared.* i?ji6vas (Od. 5. 440), * the jutting 
ipits;* for they had been drying the linen on the beach. 

L 141. dvra <rxo|i.4vT), * halting in front of him ;' cp. ax^^^ ^^^*> 
Od. 4. 42a. 
L 143. a-STfloss' just as he was ;' explained by dwoiTTaM, 
L148. KtpSoXfov,,* shrewd.* The word may mean 'honestly wise' 
or'bajsely selfish,' according to the means adopted for securing tcipdot, 
Cp, Ktp9Sii as name for a fox. 
L 149. 0c6t vv Tts '?! fiporSs wax, see on Od. 4. 140. 
L 157. Xcvotr6irro0v, after tfifuffi, may be taken as a gen. after Bvfxbt or 
a gen. absolute. Cp. Od. 9. 257, 458, and see on Od. 4. 646. OdXos . . 
•IvoixytOiFav, constructio ad sensum. So ^x4 • • ^X^^» ^d. 1 1. 90, where 
f9XJii implies Mip. 
L 158. vfpl K^lpi, see on Od. 5. 36. 

L 159. p^iaas {$pi0<u), * having prevailed by his gifts.' trt is governed 
by Ay&ffnUf fipi$w being always intransitive in Homer. Cp. also Soph. 
Aj. 130 i| x^ 0pi0u8. 

L 1 6 J. A'f}X(|p. This visit took place on the voyage from Aulis to Troy 
thioiigli fhe Cyclades. Cp. Od. 3. 169, foil. A sacred palm seems to 
htTe been alwa3rs preserved in the precirxt at Delos. Cp. Latona's 
t pm r&yw ct ^mhvi^, Eur. Hec. 458. 

L |56. ^nOifjirca, pluperf. from perf. rlBrjira, referred to root Bdwo) or 
TB^ second aor. hatpov, Aesch. Fers. 1000. 
L 167. 56pv, in its first meaning— * tree.* 
L 17a. icd^PoiXc (AraW/SoXc), * cast me ashore.' 

L 174. «o6(rc<rdat, sc r<i xaicSv,. . trdpot6e=:* ere that,' before it ceases. 
TiXlovm is fiit. tense. 
1. 175. (r4 . . ^ wpwTqvssIt a\ vpdnriv, 

1. 179. d[Xv|M& o"ircCp<i>v, 'any wrapper of the linen.* His request is 
modest ; he does not ask for any of the clothes, but only for the canvas 
sheet in which the clothes were brought to be washed, 

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390 IfOTBS. 

1. 1S3. Kptiinrov Toii yt fl 5t<. fl Bk resumes and explains Ihe 11 
Cp. 11. 15. 509. 

o& Tit tdOSi rioB kal fajra Afulnof, 

1. 1S4, iXyta, 3CCUS, in apposition to the seatence. Cp. ILl4,!S*" 

Ev Ti! iiariBirat IflaA.!!" . . . 
. . .T$ /liV kKioi afXiii it TiivBot, 
The construction is more common in the trflgcdmns, as Aesch. Agani. 1 

Buriip yti'lB$iu Svyarpil ■yvyamotrolpw roKtiaO' ipaiyir, 
I. 185, (i^Xim-a Bf t'{k\wiv ainoi, 'thef feel it best tbenuclv 
Thai is to say, 'They bear the congratulations of friends i anS 6 
hear the entious words of enemies ' (this suggests the use of txitvi), ■' 
they hear the story of their joy told best by their own hearts." liiktut 
aor. of custom. Cp. II. 13. 734, where it is said of the Wiseman. 
Kai Tc i[o\iaa InAata*' paXtaTa 9i jta&rdf Aifiivoi, 
L 187. tnA, the apodosis lo this is at nr Bi, v. 191. The second I 
there only gives an additional reason. The apologetic parcnthesl 
inserted to express the &ct that the miserable plight of a man ought 
to tell against him, for the good suffer as well as the bad. 
1. 190. tSB' E&uiit, 'assigned these woes lo you." 
1. 193. ffiy (sc. li^ BdJicrflai from oi 3<in}ir<[u) «irfout« lKtTi|v, ■ whic 
15 right that a suppliant should not lack.' 

ivniiravTa, 'when he has met anyone' [who can help hira], 
1. IQ7. The Older is Kapros Tt pti] rt *ttLT[K«v Jxsroi (K ToO. 'depi 
on him.' Cp. Od. 11. 34G. 

1. joo. Jj fi'fi irou ^icrfs^'Vou don't mean that ^lu think, do yci 
l.iDi. ovK ((rr duTDf dv^. Trans.'ThatmanexistSBOtasacrca 
of Hesh and blood, nor ever will be barn, who sliall come as a foema: 
the Phaeacians' land." This interpretation connects Sifpif with iiiti 
Biali'in, the meaning passing from ' moist' or 'juicy ' to that of 'act 
' vigorous," etc. Cp. the phrase akl^aina for the "sapless' dead, Plnl^ 
R.P,78; C. Others refer SupJt to Sffoflo. and Woi, and Irnns. 'That, 
is not a being to scare us.' But this is very doubtful. Cp. Od, \ ' 

1. 307. TTpos 4iis = "under the guidance of.' as iJ! Tt fltj* 

1. nog. Sins S" iM-yn, ' and a gift, tbough little, is weleon 
J. .67 

ad ri -/Ipai mSXu lui^oy, kyii i' iKiyo* rt ^Ikor 

1. 310. (irL=- besides.' Not only liesb viatct to wash wfU^ 



ODVssEr, VI. 291 

1. 312. Join Kaixl (tcdZ) «tdnav. 

1 214. <t|&aTa, * for raiment,* in apposition to <pSpoSt xitSjvo. 
1. 218. ovTco, explained by a wave of the hand, = * yonder.* 
1224. vCJ^cTO X9&a> &X|i.t)v, the double accus. on the analogy of 
^^atfuaOairl rivat II. i. 275. So diroA.oi;ctF, II. 18. 345. ck iroTa)JU>iO 
«='with water from the river.* Cp. X6* tte rpinodotf Od. 10. 361. 
1. 229. The apodosis to ivfl 5^ begins here. 

L 231. ^KivOCvcp fivOci 5|AoCas, apparently because of its dark colour. 
Moi t6 tov fiikav ivrl Hcd d ypairrd. hcucivOoi. 
Tlieocr. 10. a8. Others understand it as alluding to the clustering head 
of flowers. 

L 23a. ff«pixcv€Tai (conjunctive), * plates gold upon silver.* Cp. for 
the construct. Od. 3. 384; Virg. Aen. i. 596 

Argentum Pbrygiusue lapis circumdatur auro. 
L 234. tcXcUl, sc. the M^p of v. 232. In Attic syntax the clause 
wonld be introduced by Start, inasmuch as it gives the result of the 
instmction. 
L 240. Join oi .. d4icT|Ti = Virg. Aen. 2. 777 non sine numine divum. 
L 243. 84aTO (pres. Ziarai), a 2nd aor. form, the ist aor. is hodaaaro 
and the fut. ho6.ac(iTai. The change of € to o depends on the presence of 
» fin the root, which is frequently represented by an omicron. So Z^v = 
^f^ appears in Doric as boay. 

L 244. Trans. * O that such a man might be called my husband : and 
that it might suit him to stay here.* 

L 255. 5p<rco i|X€v, * rouse yourself to go,* as S:pTo iroA.tv8' t;*€F, Od. 7. 
I4. dpofo (which appears as opo-fv, U. 4. 264) presupposes an aorist 
form &pff6/tfjv, parallel to' the shorter form without sigma, from which 
come Spro, opovro. ^ 
L 257, cl8v)al)icv, § 23. 8. 

L 359. 5<^pa iv jilv Kc. For the combination av «6, cp. Od. 5. 361. 
Wth to|Mv Aypovs, * move along the fields,* cp. 6hbv Uvai, Od. 10. 103 ; 
CTflxuif tarqp&rovi yvas, Aesch. P. V. 708. Cp. efpiJarcu ohbv, inf. v. 
263. 
L 961. Tpx«rOat> infin. for imperat. 

L 262. ^r^v. The construction is forgotten, and no apodosis appears 
to this word. 

4in|piCo|MV, metathesis quantitatis, for kmfiiojfjitv (ivifiaffiev)^ as cfos* 
for tcji, § 8. 6. Translate the passage, * But when we set foot in the 
dty; romid wbich runs a lofty rampart, and there is a fair haven at 
either side of the city, and narrow is the entrance. And rounded ships 
are dniwn up along the road ; for all the men have, each one to himself, 
a dock.' L^e 'Aartplsy Od. 4. 846, the town had two harbours, for it 
was situated on a peninsula, and a harbour was formed on either side, 
leaving a narrow isthmus, along which the ships vjttt dxvwxL "v^^. T'sifc 

U2 



I 




ships guarding a toad is unli(jjiiL:iic. 

iirtffTiDv, caD hardly be rcgajded as = itpioTioy. aldiouj;]! nuiiui m 

that form by Herodotus, for Homer uses i-pianot, Od. 7, J4S. Bui H 

may possibly be referred to iBiaT^vai, and so may = ' halting place.' 

meaning the slips whereon the ships are drawn up. 
L a66, iveo ti. ■ Next coiaes their place of assembly, on either side 

of the fair precinct of Poseidon, walled in with huge stoce-bloclts deep 

bedded." 

1. 267. fwrolt, properly = ' dragged to the spot." being too large to 

carry. This is a true description of the so-called Cyclopean architecture. 

occurring again in Od. 9. 1B5. ipapvJa cannot mean * paved,' which is t 

process of much later date. 

1. l6g. The usual reading (rwtipa, = ' sails,' causes a metrical difScnIIJ. 
^^ Eustathius wrote oTwIpoi, = ■ hawsers.' For airoJuHiwn, ' taper.' Butt- 
^B mann conjectured dsa-fiioutri. which most modem editors accept. 
^^K • 1- 173- iirCirina. ' by-and-by ' ^ ' if I am so reckless.' 
^^a 1, 37I1, KDiiCinraTo =' rescued.' He must be a mitn from a distant 
^H land, for we have no near neighbours. 

^H 1. iSa. -Ks. The accent on this indefioile pronoun is thrown back by 

^M the enclitic. 

^H I.iSl. <£«. B( [iiv, ' and he will have her to wife for evermore." There 
^H is a sneer implied in this, as the loves of gods for mortal wome n wtW 
^M proverbiaBy inconstant. Cp. i\ut 'tKinjf. Od. 4. 569. _^^H 



oDFSSEr, vu 293 

. piXripov. ' Better it should be so ! that she should herself 
ae about and picked up a husband from some other place than 
she scorns the Fhaeadans here in this land/ etc. The sneering 
itinues. 

. ^ Tis ^i,w.. The optative introduces a merely hypothetical 
rhen this is narrowed to a special and actual instance the mood 
to conjimctive, e.g. /jdiryrirai, 

. i&vnav stands in so emphatic a position, that the interpretation, 
2ids still living/ seems necessary; ^LKuiv is more closely defined 
)« icai /jajrp6$, 

. &|A4<ii8iov, see on Od. 5. 120. 
. &8€ » ' just as I say it' 

. dKao% 'A0i|vi|s olYcCptiV, *a grove of Athena, of black poplars;' 
'. and aly, depend on i\<roi, but the latter gen. adds a further 
ion. Otherwise we might take a\ff08 aly€lpouy as one logical 
a poplar grove.* 

. T^ifvot«* the royal park.' Cp. Thucyd. 3. 70, 5. 
. Kal irdts, vel infans, 

. Qih ^ ydp Tt. Trans. ' For the houses of the Phaeacians are 
11 made like it (rortn, sc. lijijuiai)^ seeing of what sort the house 
lous the hero is.' For the additional clause oro«, /r.rA., cp. 

oU Tt roiovTov 4n;x^» 
0I17V T<f)iw\^K O^ht ^yayc. Od. 18. 36. 
,. The shortening of the middle syllable of ^ptoos is unusual. 
fii0\rj€u, II. II. 310, is a dactyl, which would afford a parallel. 
.. 8icX6^|icv, for the i(TX&("7 was at the further end. 
. Arete is represented sitting (i) 8* fjaTcu), so the words must 
At her seat is set against a column. 

. votucckXitou, avT-Q may be troriK. iclovi = ' both seats against 
e.' Or avr^ ULay be a brachylogy for airnj» (sc. 'Afrffrrja) Op6if<p, 
VOL vof^fuxra nt|vcXoircC'Q for v<y^fM<n Ilfjvckoveirjit Od. a. lai. 
. cl Kal i&dXa. ' Even though thou art from a distance/ adding 
s to the Kapva\ifjM$. 

J-315. These verses, which occur in Od. 7. 75-77f seem super- 
ere and are wanting in several MSS. 

. ^ocivg. The handle of the whip was probably polished and 
ited. 

. t^ |Uv Tp<&x«v, • and well they sped with prancing pace.' It 
t seem that different paces are being described, but the second 
; thrown into a new sentence with a finite verb instead of standing 
ticipial addition, viz. vkiff(T6fi€yot irddtacri, 
. ^ hk |xdX* T|v^X<vc, *and she drove skilfully, and. laid on the 
h judgment.* She had to suit her pace to those who were on 



394 


W-OTES. 


1. 351- BuiTfTfSTf, 


Koi Iko,-t<. = ' As the sun set Ihey came.* Cp. t 


7. >S9. 




1. 330. JmEo+rtO* 


J«i-f<l[8ia]and^.A- = 'sweU/as seen in 5-^1 




BOOK VII. H 


Li. ^p5To,tiikesiipthe.tX'S/'n""of6-328. | 


I. 4- irrfi«v, sc. T 


Dtw ^/uivot™. So OT^iroi rirffOK., H. 5. 75^.^ 


dn+te (iiv. 




1- 7. «v, 5 15. I. 






om 'Airtifij - ' the Emitless land ; ' a fanciful ni 


like ■Tirtpil^, Od. 6. 


4. 


1. 10, JIAov, 5C. * 
g. lOo. 

1. il.S{i|iai^«i« 


iijKtt, ' chose out of the booty for Alcin.' Cp, 1 


[airm], • listened to him," fii StoC. 


I..2. Tpi^. 'was 


nurse to,' The following fl-.l) are both den- 


sttalive, not relative. 


Mausicaa sup; in her own room, not in the ha 


I. 15. ■iilpa, ■ mist. 


So Virg. Aen. 1. 411 osri si^sil. 


I. .0. „.p9m,c^ = 


™p«r« (as ip^i^S,. IL 6. 431). 'a vi^ 


young girl.' 




I. :3. 'AXkivoou, 1 


neater definition of ayipoi, sup,, just as j£ &i 


yoi^s K ot Ti,\6«e,. 


dirCoi from dird is Iik« drrfoi from di^l. r» 1 


as a name for the Peloponnese is a different word. 


1. 35. T^, ' wherefc 




1. iS £v |.i KtXric 


i, EC, a«£a4. _ 


1. 39. vai.i, Od. I. 


404. ^ 


1- 30- "'■yi TDIOV, 


^0 on Od. 1.109. ■ 


1. 31. irpDTuSoB-iO 


= ..pJoflA,:r.. V 


1. 31. ,>v tuiXa, as 


we should say, 'not so very fond of sMH 


meaning, 'not at all fond;" 'nor do they welcome and entertMn 


who may come from 


elsewhere.' The reception of Odysseus is ha 




L 34. floTpi is such a regular epithet of nijiwJ that here it JU 




£t1(7i supplies the emphasis--' trustinE inj^M 


of their swift ships.' 


m 


L 35. impii-m. 


IS. 1. t&Kt, EC. AoTr/Hi ImnpSe. ^H 


1. 36. ■»!) vi^pi. 


rhis comparison is worked out 11. ij. 80. ^1 


1. 40. Gul ff+KH. 


e. going through the midst of the people to r 


the palace. 




1. 44. Jipiiuv refers 


to the chieftains who came each with his retin 


1. 47. Tolcn. Thi 




betx^ntwo. Cp.Od, s-ioa. .S 




Schoi. iii.B.;£ai. !;■£. *( "Vfe. -- loA \\'\ , V ■ 


^^ ^^^ 





ODYSSEY, VJI. 295 

L 54. lir^Wii|M>v refers properly to a sur-mame, added with a special 
significance; e. g. 

*AXJcv6vfjy KaXUffKW ivdivvfiov, otv€ic* dp* alr^i 
/4rrjp iX/ev6yot 9o\vw€v0io$ oXrov ^x^^^^ 

isAcuw. n. 9. 562. 

Here Arete is so called icaOb dprjT&i tcai tifteraioti ky€wi/jOrj, Schol. 
Cp. the use of MicXfjaiv, Od. 5. 273. 

TiMcif|uv must refer to ancestors and not to immediate parents, for 
Alcinous was unde as well as husband to Arete, as the genealogy shows, 

Poseidon = Periboea 

Nausithoos 

I ' 1 

Rhexenor Alcinous 

Arete. 

L 59. rifAvTio'oxv. The giants over whom Eurymedon was king 
were a savage race living near the home of the Cyclops (cp. inf. v. 206, 
Od. 6. 4). The wars between the Gods and the Giants are a later fable, 
and are not alluded to here. Eurymedon is represented as having 
bronght destruction on his people and himself in some unsuccessful 
battle. 

L 61. tJ, sc. Periboea. 

L 64. rdv |Uv ('^("ivopa) &Kovpov, i. e. without a male heir, as 
the addition /i/or olrjv, «.rA. shows. 

L 65. vu|i^Cov, Schol. sv€<u<rri y€yafArjK6Ta. 

L 68. {m* &v8pd(ri, * in subjection to their lords.* 

L 69. v€pi Kfjpt, see on Od. 5. 36. TCTi|AT]TaC tc koI t<mv. Damm 
interprets rightly, *sicitt ilia maxime ex arUmo in pretio habita est, et 
edammtm babetur, nam saepe uxores primis mensibus vel annis carae 
ioenmt, et nunc non sunt adhuc' With i^o-Ttv supply rifi^faaa from 
rrriiugrau Nitzsch compares Propert. 2. 13, 38 

Nee minus haec nostri notescet fama sepulcri, 
Quam fuerant Pbtbii busta cruenta viri; 
where fuerani '^fuerant nota, from notescet. 

L 73. 8cifilx<>''*'^> fron^ SelS^yfuu, Epic perf. with present sense, from 
Hiiarv/u, in the sense of * to hold out the hand to any one,* * to greet ;* 
cp. in a similar sense, S€iKaa^&ofAai, Od. 18. iii. Others refer the form 
to 94xoiuu, pf. 9i9c7/iat, or idStyfjuu, and so translate it ' welcome her.' 

Cp. § 17. 4- 
L 73. Kcil aM{, i. e. * she does not only shine with reflected honour 

from the king.' 

L 74. Trans. • And for those whom she fevours (even though they be 

men) she settles their quarrels ;' a task out of the sphere of an ordinary 

woman. 



F396 fmrss. 

1 1. So. 'AWp-n, 'Alliens;' later, '&9^vai. The 'strong house ol 
I .Erechtheu^,' a the temple in the Acropolis dedicated to the juinl 

ivorsliip of Athena and Erechtheus the primitive Athenian hero. Cp. 

Hdl. 8. 55 iffTi fwrn iqiomW.i Tnvrp 'EpexS''" '""i' ynfiot Ktyuiuna 

tirai frjbt. iv t$ IXaiij Tf rroi Bakaatra tyi. 

1. 86. iXi]KAfi<iTo, for ik^Kiurro, from k\aAru. The S is inlroducEd 

for the sake of euphony, as in d/aixlHaTai, 11. IJ. 63J. The form is 

found in Herodot. with verbs in fw, as ttxiBplSaTai, 1. 140 ; ianniiSiiiiti 

4. 5S. Trans, 'vails had been nn:' cp. inf. v. 113, JA,ami ina; 

possibly refer here to the forging of the brass of which the walls were 

1. 87. The (ivxSs is the point farthest from the entrance. The phrast 
is equivalent to 'from front to back;" cp. Od. 3. 402. Kuavos is i 
doubtful word. In 11. 11. 24. it seems to be spoken of as a metal, and 
so many render ' blue steel,' i. e. tempered till blue, like a watch-spring. 
Others, more naturally, regard it as a native ore of coppeinjif a biight 
blue like verdicer. It may bave been in the form of an eaamel. Trans, 
simply, ' a cornice of blue,' The reference is still to the outside wsllj 
of the house, the description of the interior begins inf. v. 95. 

1. 88. IvTOt itpyoy {iJpyia/), ' closed in.' The plural, {Upu, seems to 
imply the two leaves of a folding door. So 5it\lSi*. Od. 3. 345. 

1. 90. Trans. ' Of alver was the lintel above them, and of gold the 
hook,' which served as a door-handle; cp. Od. 1, 441. 

1. 91. There were two dogs on either side of the door, one of gold 
ind one of silver, 'which H. had wrought with cuiming mind to keep 
' ward at the house of Aldnous, being deathless and ageless for ever,' 
For similar magical works of Hephaestus, cp. 11, iS. 41 8. 

ja. irpaTTiBM (like ippiofi), properly = the diaphrag;in or midriff; 
cp. II. ir, 579 pi/.f..ipiap vwi WfairiSaii'. 
' IS' ipiip'SnTo, Schol. Ipijpfiaiiboi ^aur, from ipiSSai, (cp. the use 
\lni, Od. 6. 30S), ' were planted leaning along the wall, riglit 
through from front to bade. tvOa^iv Bpiroii. 

1. 97. (wviiTOi (for ivnjToi), 5 8. a. PtpX^avo, { 17- 4. 
1, 99, i»n]*Ta.viv, see on Od. 4, 8g. 

1, 100. ■ Statues of boys on pedestals {Biu)i6i, like jSoflpo*. from Bai™) 
were there, giving light all night loug." 

1, 10a. 4>a(v(iv, used absolutely, as in Od. 18. ,107 

afiTimi \aiirr^pas Tpfii iirraaay iy iiiyipotn 
Sippa ifaflyoify. 
' Cp- Od. J 9. ag. vvrrnt is the accus. of duration of time. 
1. 103. cit-'A\«.Kiv- Cp. Virg. Aen, i, 703. 

1. 101. |xiJXii», gen, Olhers read /iiiAi;<=/iiJXoir. )i'f|XoTra iiapvi*, 
'Ibe yellow grain.' ^^m 

I 105. i^iumi, £18. 1. fiktutatiL, ^ee on Od. &. %i, jaG. ^^H 



OLYSSET^ VIJ. 297 

L 106. As old Ti follows directly on 4i|icvai, it is natural to look for 
Ae point of comparison in that word. The maidens, then, sit together 
row behind row like dose-dustering leaves. But the more picturesque 
interpretation is ^ven by the Schol. fiid rh tvtcivrjTov rSi¥ x^^P^ ^^ 
T^ erpiifttiw rifr xpdKfiP (thread) &9 icai rd (pvKKa rrjs €Uy€ipov . . tvKorrira 
f^/8im Kot bwd ruxo^' a€f>as, i.e. ' any breath of air that comes.' 

L 107. Mupoo-4Q9V, properly tetupo4a<re<uy from tecupdeu^ the adject, from 
Mfot, tiie woof or cross-threads in weaving, for which other edd. write 
ampovffffiegy and Kcupoaffion', Trans, 'and from the dose-wove linen, 
triddes off liquid oil.' The simplest interpretation is that the linen is of 
10 dose a texture that oil would run off its surface instead of soaking in. 
Othera take it of the glistening look of the linen, which is a proof of 
good weaving. So II. 18. 595 

Cp. also Od. 5. 408. Others again refer it to the actual use of oil in 
'dressing' the fabric 

L 108. ' As the P. are cunning beyond all men at sailing a swift ship 
on the sea, so ((S>»^T6ffo¥) are the women skilled in weaving.' 

L no. rvxy^aax is for TexB^€0'<rai, from t6x»'»}«*», a reading preserved 
by the SdioL The word is parallel to tBpia. The ordinary reading 
krhf r€X9f^ai (first aor. inf. rex"^), would answer to kkaw4fji€v. v^. 
Irr^ may be retained with rcxv^o'trcu as an accusative of reference ; but 
Urrflv is found in several good MSS. For the words irtpi . . iaOXcLtf see 
onOd. a. 116. 

L 113. iiifu^oripa^w. This the Schol. rightly interprets as equivalent 
to wayrax9^9 b^:ause it gives the enclosure in length and breadth. So 
btlgL Kot Ma in the same sense, Od. 10. 517. 

L 114. tn^KOffi, as \t\6yx^<f^f Od. 11. 304; others read ttc^/vci. 

L 117. XMBVy § 14. 

L 118. x^KOTOs, ' in winter,' genit. of point of time. 

Olpcus, § 4. 1. 'Their fruit never falls or fails, winter or summer; 
lasting all the year round ; but ever and aye {tJb&K* altl) the zephyr as it 
breathes is forming some fruits and ripening others.' 

tf4vp£'«| (cp. Od. a. 195) is a fem. adj. used substantively, as fioirj for 
4cbt, Od. 4. 447. 

L lao. I«l«' after.' The marvel both in the garden and the vineyard 
(see below) is that the various stages of growth and maturity are all 
going on together. The accuracy of the description is marred by the 
introduction of aratfwXij, as the garden is separate from the vineyard, 
where alone the vines are growing. 

L laa. ot, see on v. 103 sup. For &Xwtj, cp. Od. i. 193. 

^Ctc0TaiBVC0i^cvrat, Schol. 

L 123. Tians. *0/ it (sc. d\eAji) one pail, a -waroi ^yA <3ew\<5:^^ 



I rfOTES. 

ground, is dried by the son ' (StiXiniSBr frojn (&.ij. 'sun's rays.' Fm 
the idditiun cjt the 6 cp, S6^aaa with S\i), ' other grapes again {hi--- 
so. VTOipvXAi) they are gathering, and others they are treading; ar. 
the foreground arc setting-grapes shedding their blossom, and i:. 
again are just colouiing.' The simplest way to make an ant,! 
between tTtpnf /liv [y. uj) and Iripai li (v, 124) is to suppose lli.u 
iinny spot on level ground is used for drying the gathered gropc- 
lisins. In tlie other parts of the vineyard the grapes hang yet ni; ' 
ioes. or are being carried to the wine-press. 
1. I J 7. Ma 8i. ' And there again trim garden beds of every sort 1 . 
herb] are planted, along the last row, looking ever gay.' The last ton, 
(C, of vines. Where the vineyard ends, the garden of herbs begins. 
1. ia8. yav6i»trtu., i 18. ?. k*4"^o^' i ^^- >■ 
L 131, B9<v=if fli Kjyirjii. For irpnr used intransitively, cp. Ol 
n. )39. 

1. 131. Iv 'AAklvjoiq, sc, S6iai!. 

I. 135. Join ilirai Eu^aros, as Od. S. 290. tiao! goes usually ni'.b 

1. 13S. oTiivBttncov, § 17. 6. 

1. I40. ■([Ipa Ixtav, ' clad in mist,' as il^ra txtm, Od. 17. 74- 1 
^ Gul S^tia.. Ditiiia Intro. 

L 143. ' And then the marvellous roist melted away from him.' ! 
the gen., cp. inlAii- rpiviB' litm i^ai, H. 18. 13B. Cp. Virg. Aen. I. jO-^ 
1. 144, iSivns (aorist), ' when they caught sight of.' 
1. 145. £pduvT(i (present), > as they gazed.' 

1. 148. tX^ia can hardly be taken as adverbial to {uJ|uV(U, hot the 
iniin. must be regnrded as an addition to the sentence. ' May Che Oo^ 
grant them blessings (Od. 8. 413) in [all the circumstances of] d«i( 
lives." Lit. ' with reference to their lives.' For the infio. so used to 
express the sphere in which some action takes place, cp. ft». AittiKmi^ 
'taara, SpuBai ynSivai, ' His superiority is shown w his knowIedgCi' 
, 1. 159 Cp. also 3, 146, and 5. 317. 

, 15a. ea<rcrov, 'all the quicker,' sc. than I should without yonr aid. 
liXiuv 4iro, ' far from friends.' 
. is«. iidp', seeon Od. 1, 8i. 

, 156. dvGpav, partitive genit. after St, 'who among the Phaeadanv' 
cp. Od. 5. 448. TTpoiftvioTipos, B ([uali^Tng comparative, as •ftpal-nfei, 
Od. 3. 36J. 

I. 159. kiIUUdv, 'more honourable.' The comparative means that 

our present neglect is no imfrovemiai on our usual cuslora. Cp. Od. 3. 

JO. The ToS« is explained by the words that follow, (tTror, ■.rA. 

I. i6t. irdv, emphatic, 'waiting for the word from thee.' ironSff^wMt. 

. fl^Ar^^d/iai), § 30. 4. lirxaviiuvTai. 'are holding back.' I 

i 164. /miep^(ni*for l»iM«f4fliu,i.e.'Low«.'«i.'Si«»WsiiiUie(jplB« 



oDrssEVj VII. 299 

5. cnrcCflroiiCV, (ffviv^), § 3. 4. 

6. €v8ov cdvTuv, • from what she has within,' Od. 1. 140. 

7. Icpdv I&. 'A., cp. Od. 2. 409. 

9. dir* carxap6<^i.v, § 12. I. Cpi Od. 5. 59. 

0. • Having made to rise up his son who was sitting near him ; 
m he loved most of all.* Later syntax would substitute by for bi 
:p. Od. I. 71 ; 2. 54. 

72-i76 = Od. I. 139-140. 

7 = Od. 6. 249. 

83 foil., see on Od. 3. 340 foil. 

:8. KaraKcUrc, § 23. 6. Apparently an imperat aorist formed 

he future tctioj. Others take Ktioj as a desiderative verb and not a 

>f KilfJUU. 

9. Join cirt-KoXlouvTCS. 

1 2. 6 {civos, 'this stranger/ demonstrat. use of definite article. &s 

15. [Ltfik irA0xj<n, in construct, with &a k€. p,co-<rr)Yvs, * mean- 
i.e. between his departure hence and his arrival at home: 
led by the following words vplv. . kmfi^/xevcu, 
17. The common reading is KaraKXwOcs. But the Schol. writes 

Kard vpdi t6 vt^juvro : the preposition goes with the verb. 
* Whatsoever Fate and the stem spinners span off for him with 
iread at his birth when his mother bare him.* Join ol Ycivo|xlv(p. 
jouvTO is like ivar^Owt II. 20. 128, or ltnK\wOoj, Od. 3. 208. 

is a metaplastic form for k\w$ol from k\<u9oj. 

1. cvapYcts, *in visible presence.* He feels that* the Gods are 
ing something else in this,' if they are going to hide their divinity 
tal disguise. 

4. Koi lAoOvos, * even when by himself,* in opposition to the 
>ly that gathers at the sacrificial feast {vix^XTiTat, conjunctive of 
. aor. ^vfxfik'fffirjv, § 20. 4. • 

5. ov Tt KaraKptwr., used absolute, * they make no manner of 
Iment* ^YyvOcv, sc in lineage. 

J. Trans. 'Whomsoever of men ye know most burdened with 
, to them I may liken myself in my troubles.* For the form of 
:e, cp. Od. i. 219. 
3. Kal 84. Trans. *Aye ! and*.. Kal p,dXXov, vel magis. 

6. 'Nothing is more shameless beyond [i.e. than] an angry belly.' 
X* ApiffToa (jcovpcui) &KX6. t€ ir^AA* €itI T-gai, II. 9. 639. 

7. cir[4]X€TO.. ckIXcvo-cv, aorists of customary action, There is 
i of I' k<p€\KvffTiic6v after iHikw<r€, because lo [fio] takes the 
na, § 2. 

I. cK-XtjOdvci, 'makes me forget;* cp. €tc\iKa0oy HiOapitrrbyy 
aade bim forget his harp-j)laying,' 11. 2. 600, 



1. ill. irp'iivKr^ai, infin for imperat. (|Hitv(i{i(yi|i|ii, g 12. i. 

t. 213. trnp^om, COQJuncL, § 3. 4, 'land me apon;^ traa^tive lA 

L 124. KoC irtp. Only !□ tMs passage written together,- etseuhtrc 
alwuys divided by one or more words, as Ijat ni. . ipddem, 

LEiivTii |u, ' When once I have had a sight of my possessions, mf 
even my life leave me.' Cp. IL 5, 6B5 Iwari nt mi Aiiroi oiiv. 

1. 339. ol y,h. this includes the guests who lived in the town. 

1. 332. IvTto SaiToi. So Virg. culls the implimaOs for baking, elc, 
Ciritdia arma, Aen. i. 181. Amicii<r(itov, 'began to dear away." 

1. 134. (tjiara, in apposition with and descriptive of tpapoi and xirwr. 
Cp. Od. 6. 214. 

L 337. Trans. 'This, the first question, I myself will ask." On Ihc 
double interrogative, ti'i 7rW(». see on Od. I. 17a 

1, 139. The readings vary between ^f\t (i.e. I^t) and +^, Jnd 
person ptes. The former is better. ' Saidst thou not 7 ' 

I. 14*^. «<|if(miDy to be taken predicatively with 'iyaft, ' brought Bt 
to her hearth.' 

U. 349-J5l-Od, s-i3'-'3,1. 

1. 151. (vflu takes up the moment of IkIb/iih. The lines 3sl-)jK 
■e rejected by some of the Alexandrian critics as a later interpolation. 

H^hetv, i 22. 1. 

, 256. ItSucJgx. Perhaps, as v may represent o in Aeolic. this is for 
biSailim, i. e. = xajd, S6[(w, • decently,' ' properly.' 

1. 161. Scan iXX:STt\s),Sy\ So6y i^i ^ | m„K6,^fy | or J™ | flxS. 1 . 
Here SyEaov must be a dissyllable, as in Od. 14. 3S7. Dlndoif con- 
jectures hii^b-fliaTov by synizesis. 

1. 363. fl Kot vies. We should expect fl ml on riot. Cp, Od. g. J39. 
The j^YV^I mentioned here is brought by Hermes, Od. 5. 39 foil. 

1. 365. tircrw. ' clad me with,' %yvviu. 

1. 166 = 0d. 5. 268. 

IL 167, i6S^Od. J. 378, 379. 

1. 370. £uvf o-foflo. ii£ut. So Soph. Phil. 1168 iSx^o* ^fw 

1. 373. The meaning is that the waves swept him &om his b 

1. 374. Join iBivi BTtv..as eafla ariv., Od 5. 420. 

1. 176. t4B» JmJiTift, ' yonder deep.' He points in the directioo 
sea. Bifiiiayov. cp. Od. 5. 409. 

1. 378. ■ Tliere (sc. iv iiiieripj) Tolp) the wave would have d 
on the beacli as 1 tried to land.' 

1. lEo. Am, see on Od. 4. 90 and % 3. 6. 

1. 3B1, 383 = Od. B. 441. 443. 

]. dSj. Trans. ' And [having got clear] from the water I sank a 
nlljiag my spirit.' Cp. Od. S. «&■ 



ODFSSEr^ VJI. 

84. Suirtrlos, see on Od. 4. 477. 

,'85. iK^dt is intended to give the same picture as iic vora/iMo 

hli, Od. 5. 463. 

286. Join K(vr-€xcvcv. 

289. Svcrtro. Cp. Od. 6. 331, which shows that there were yet 
le hours of daylight after Odysseus awoke. To avoid the con- 
iiclion, Aristarchus reads 8c(Xcro, 'the sun was westering.' StiXrj 
£ the * afternoon/ IL 3i. 11 1. 

L 290. Ttfjt, § 16. 3. 

L 292. i)|&ppOTfV, ie. Ijfmprw (diiapriyca), with a metathesis of ap to 
a> le. 4j/iparow or Hfiporw (cp. above tearid-pa-Oov from tcara^ap^dvu). 
rhe ^ is inserted to harmonise the sound of /ip, as in /t€(r7/t[i9]/>(a. . 

L 293. dvTuuravTO, see on Od. 6. 193. 

L 294. Ipifytr may be a future tense, or the Epic 2nd aor. with the 
s^[ma, as d^i/itv, II. 23. 11 1. See § 20. 2. * As you would not expect 
a Toong person to do when meeting any one.' 

L 297. &\t|0€Ci|v, * [as] the truth/ in apposition to ravra. 

L 301. ' And yet it was to her first that thou didst make thine appeal.' 
CpOd. 6. 176. 

L 303. The statement of Odysseus here becomes more diplomatic 
Aan true. Cp- Od. 6. 260 foil. 

L 307. • "We, the race of men, are touchy.* 8va{t)Xoi. (fiXo», f^o;, 
f(n9o)t in the mascuUne by constntc/io ad seusum. 

L 311. cX ^foLp. . ^X^^wv. For this use of an infm. in place of the usual 
optative, cp. Od. 17. 355, where both constructions are combined, 
Zcv &ya, '£ijkifMx6v /tot cV dvdpdaiv 6\0iov tlvai, 
Kol ol mhrra yiifotB* 6(T<ra <f>p€alv "qci fifvoiv^. 
Trans. • Would that, O father Zeus, and Athena and Apollo, thou, being 
ndi an one as thou art, and feeling as I feel, mightest have to wife my 
diild, and be called my son-in-law abiding here.' Cp. also Od. 24. 379. 

L 314. olieav hi t' iyt^. The reading of «*[€] for t'[«], which better 
suits the sense, is given in one and suggested (by the word Kayu) in 
another MS. The reading in the text is generally translated, * And O ! 
that I might give thee an house : ' carrying on the wish from at yap, 
mp,Y, 311. 

L 316. li-^.. yivoiro, i.e. * heaven forbid.* 

L 317. ^t T68f.. avpiov is, * I appoint your departure for this date, viz. 
for to-morrow/ Cp. h t6S' ^fiipat, Eurip. Alcest. 9. 

L 318. rfjJMt W, * and then/ i.e. when to-morrow comes. 

L 319. ikSwru Probably the present tense from €\6oj Epic form of 
IXo^rw, § IB. a. It may also be regarded as an open form of ixSxri, the 
oontracted future, * While they row you over the calm sea.* So v6vtov 
lAourffir, IL 7. 6. 

L 320. Kol at vov, as we say, ' and anywhere else you like.* 



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[02 ifOTSS. 

I.3JI. at, .XoOv, a a cwihnsnosfric qui. 

I. 323. This visit of Ihe righleaus Rhadamanthus, who is elsewh 
represented tOd, 4. 564) as living in Eljaum, belongs to an unk^i 
legend. For Tityos, cp, Od. :i. 576. 

1. 316. iiriiwo-av, sc. riy wXoSi'. Cp. tTjut iyiaiit (oAiSoff^i i' 
Od. 15, 394. 

1. 330. The use of this verse, which has piissed into b fonnua. u 
inaccurate here, as it introduces no personal address to an inteilocutot, 
but a prayer to Zeus. See on Od. 3. 30], 

»■ 336-3.?9 = Od. 4- 197-330- 

1. 341. fipiTO, see on Od. 6. 155- "tJuv, a shorter form of «eI». 

L 345 foil., see on Od, 3. 399, 40; foil. 



BOOK vm. 

1- 3, fiv. 6 7. 

1. 4. ■Ii-Y(niv.u«. cp. Od. 3. 386. 

1. 6. MOoiffi, i. e. the \alutT, of Od. 6. 467. ' 

I. 7. TrXi]cr£oy = ' near one another.' 

|icTi^X*^o (explained by v. 9), ' went dbont to accost every one ihe 

1. II. &yi, singular verb used with plural subject, because the fotra 
I bad become merely interjectional. Cp. Od. 1. 211. 

1. n. Uku b not dependent on StSrt, but stands as infin. for imperat, 

1.16. f|iiiXi]VTo, § SO. 4. Join i^irh. ppoTuv. The ISpiu = lhe XiOui. 

1. 18. Tip .. u^oii, ' over him, on head and shoulders;' for this epcit- 
gesis, qi. Od, 6, 135. 

1. 71. us Kiv YtvoiTO. The addition of iitv implies that the dc>ii(d 
result naturally foliows the (ulfilment of the condition. Cp. Od. 1. JJ. 
And, for the same mood after a fut. tense, q>. Od. 13. 401 xnifiEMrai ri 
3oo( ..iitir ^nijjt Cp. Plato, Phaedr, ajo B, ' The tree oKitiir Ix" 
T^i dtSTjt cLb S** tifojSioTixToi' napixot T&r t6wo¥.' 

1. 12. Btivfis t' tilSoiis Tt = ' 6we-inspiring and reverend.' turAtant 
h stSl in cunstmctiou with &> Ktv. 

1. 13. iroXXovi Tous iTHpiiiravTo, ' those many trials of still jti which 

tthe Fhaeacians made proof of Odysseus ;' tdui may stand for twi 
attracted into the case of dJMoui, if It may be taken as accuiainu' 
naptctus. Cp. IxanTa Tt imp^muTo, Od. 4. 1 19. The line is Euspidous 
and was rejected by Zenodotus, since Odysseus did not engage ' 
contests. But v. 114 shows that he was at any rate ready for m 
J. 24. See on Od. 3, 9. 



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. 25-27=Od. 7. 185-187. 

29. -fj^ . . 4| is a further description of oIk o78' 69 ns, '-whether he be 
le from E. or W.* 

.. 30. iro)iirtjv 8i, * He is urging upon us his dismissal, and is praying 

it it be confirmed for him/ 

1. 31. &% t6 irdpos iTip, i.e. as we have always done on behalf of 

tose who have sought our aid. 

L 32. ot>8^ ydp ov8^. The whole sentence is negatived by the first 
>&5f, which negation is again repeated before the emphatic &\\os. Cp. 
Od. 3. 27. 

L 36. KpivdaOdov, 'let them choose two-and-fifty youths among the 
people.* Kpiv6a0a» is middle voice, as in Od. 4. 408 ; the ordinary form 
in -OfiMrav being always contracted in Homer. The subject to nplvacO. 
is an indef. plural, as in <l>a<rl = * men say.* The dual Kovpo>, here and inf. 
V. 48, where also KpivBivr^ is added, is suggested by the Bvto. The change 
introduced in the number by the addition of ircvnfJKovra is as it were 
forgotten. For the use of irtJpos with pres., cp. Od. 4. 811. 

1. 37. c{> Si)a4|tcvoi, see on Od. 4. 782. 

L 39. 'fm.lT6p6v8c = ' to our [house].* 

1. 40. avrdp ol ^Xoi, ' But as for you others, you sceptred kings, 
come ye to my fair house.* 

L 44. ircpl, see on Od. 2. 116. 

L 46. -^Y^IiatiTO, • led the way,* as i)7«^(5v€t;€, sup. v. 2. 

L 47. aict|irroOxot, used substantively without fiaatXets. 

yuenfx^^^'^* went to fetch.* Cp. Od i. 184, for this use of fitTd. 

L 48. KpivOlvTC, see on sup. v. 36. 

IL 50-55 = 0d. 2. 407 and 4. 780-783, 785. 

L 57. aiOoxKrau There were two sets of these : one set built inside 
the front wall of the ouA.^, on either *side the gateway, and so turning 
the open side of the verandah to face the house. The other set was 
similarly built against the front wall of the house, so that the two were 
opposite one another. The latter are alluded to Od. 3. 399. IpKca 
may be the walls enclosing the court ; 86|&ov includes the house and its 
entrance ; so that these three words are together descriptive of what we 
dionld call the whole premises. 

L 58. This verse is wanting in some MSS, and may have been copied 
from sop. Y. 1 7' 

i 61. Tovs 8lpov, ' These they fiayed and made ready, and prepared a 
delicioiis meaL* tctvkovto (rcvxo'), § 16. 2. 

L 63. The * good and evil * which falls to the lot of the bard is 
described in the following line. 

L 64. d|ilp8o», 'to deprive of,* like its cognate form dfidpoj, is equivalen 
to d/i^iof, the i passing into 8 through the j sound. 

L 67. Join €K 84 iraar<r(iiXo^v (§ 12. i) KaTCKpltUMrcv. 



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1. 68. ouToO, nnt«-(fjiBi, but a local adverb, ' there," eiplainfd by ; 
sdditioQ Inrif Kt^aX^t. Cp. Od. 9. 96. 

litJ^oS* (4>p<if<u, i 16. a), < showed Iiim how to take it widi ' 
hands.' For as he was blind, he conid only ieel for it. 

I. 71, foll. = Od. I. 14c). foil 

L 73. dVLJvaL, like fvoTpimir. sup. v. 45. lcX4a avSpAv. In 11. rj. V 
Achilles sing.s to the lyre, of the glorious deeds ofheroes. 

1. 74. al\t,T\t -rifi may be an inverse attraction for -nji oifiiji = cuihi a 
minis iaus caelum pervenil. So Od. 21. 13 tSipa t& oI fiuroi &u«=;ul 
dona. Or oijiTji may be a partitive gen., and the sentence may mi 
' choosing from the whole story . . the strife of A." According to ( 
oliuj would be the whole tale of Troy, and vfiKoi one scene in it. C^ 
inf. V. 500 frStv kK^v, ' taking it up from the point where.' Agamemnon 
had been told by the Delphic oiade that he might hope to take Troy 
when be should see an angry quarrel arise between the noblest of lie 
Achaeans. So when Odysseus and Achilles disputed at some sacrificial 
feast whether Troy could best be taken by stratagem or asa 
Agamemnon saw in their dispute the fulUlment of the oracle. 

I. ^6- We must suppose two forms^ Stjpiofjai and Sijpiaofiai^ to give 
G^CrruTTD and i7jpi6oji'TOt respectively. 

I. 79. XP*'''* (XP^")' Schal. lUa-Tiait^tros. The meaning of the tniildle 
\oice, xp'Ji'V"''"! is ' to get an oracle for one's self." 

1, So. oiBov = ' Ihe threshold of the temple.' 

1. 8 1. miMvBiTO, metaphor from a wave. 

1. 8j. Sii pouXfls.see on inf. v. 510. 

L 84. <|>apos. This square of cloth was put on so as to cover the Icfl 
arm and shoulder tighlly. The tight ann was left bare, and a 1 
comer hung down from the right shoulder. This comer Odysseus tiu. 
over from behind, and ' drew it down over his head.' 

I. 87. Srt \TiJf«v, not = ' when he stopped,' which would be JIt' Javji 
but ' each time he stopped,' as is further shown by the iteratives titnFt' 
(v. 881 and -YodiHrK* (v. 93). There must have been separate divisioin. 
or ' ^tea.' in his recital. 

1.89. i(ii{iunlTriUov, Od. 3. 63. awdatJiKi (m^Bm, § 17. 6). iv 
way of acknowledgment to the Gods for each fresh instance of llicir 
care of him. which Demodocus recited. 

I. 91. i-fiit<r<n, ' the stories,' Od. 4. 537. 

I. 9<|. <rvvT|OpDS {^f), ' the accompaniment.' The lyre is called 
..Ti.iTn^,, Od. 17.171. 

II. 10+, i05 = sup. w. 46, 67. 

I. 106. Nolice the lenses JXx, ^ayt, • seized, and began to lead.' 
1. I07- ^ipX< Tf^ airrifi SG. —pradbal illi larn ipsnm warn jfuam etitri [sc 
ai/]. ,^^ 

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ODYSSEY, VIII. 305 

III. All Phaeadan names recall the seafaring life, except Alcinons, 
:e, Laodamas, Polybus (inf. v. 373), Dymas (Od. 6. 22), and Rhex- 
(Od. 7. 63). 

116. The common reading is NavPoXCStjs OS but it is better to 
t the Tc and make the patron3niiic refer to Euryalus. 
121. vikroa is here the 'scratch/ or starting-line. Schol. ii 
njpia. It stands also for the turning-post (Lat. meld) in the BiavXos, 
here there is a straight course and no turning. tItoto 8p6|ios 
ns that * the running was made right away from the start.' Cp. II. 

375 

d(pap 8* twoifft rd$Tj 9p6fM$. 

' use of rdvdv probably points to the constant exertion of th^* runner. 
12a. ir€8toto. For this local genitive, cp Od. 3. 251, etc. 
123. We have as a measure of distance in H. 10. 351-353 
&W* 6t€ ft} fi* dv4rjv Sffffov t* €vi cZpa iriXovTCU 
i^fuSvojyt td y&p re fioSJv vpo<r<J>tp4ffT€pal daiv 
kXjcifitvai vtioio fia$€lrj$ mjierdv Aporpov, 
this passage the •/jfuSvojy-oZpa, or * mules' range/ represents the 
ance by which a team of mules beats a team of oxen in ploughing. 
: phrase •/jfjii6voay-olpa seems afterwards to have become a familiar 
ression, and was used without the explanatory addition about the 
1. Cp. diaieov o5pa, II. 23. 431. 

125. Join Xdovs txero, came in to the people [who stood waiting 
he winning-post].* Cp. II. 11. 595 1k€to tOvot krcup&y, ^ircK- 
0€«v = * outstripping the rest, who were thus left in the lurch 

irOKTO).* 

134. otSc Kal 8c8dT|Kc, equivalent to oTSc ScSoa/t, * knows by having 
ued it * Cp. Od. 4. 493. 

135. vircpOcv adds a simple and picturesque touch. |iT|poi69 tc 
MS T€ refer to the lower part of the body : with x^^P^ begins the 
:ription of the upper part. So Od. 20. 352 xetpaXai tc vp6aanr6. tc 
•c tc yowa. The words ji^y** ▼* o"Ocvos seem to sum up the general 
It of the foregoing description. 

138. * Nothing worse than the sea at crushing a man['s spirit].* 

147. 6^pa |i€v iQOxv, *as long as he lives,* Od. a. 119. 

148. I-qoxv, § 15. 2. 

154. Kal ii&Wov, *far more.* 

159. ov . . ov8i, see on sup. v. 32. The ^olp means, • I can well 
erstand your refusal, /or,' etc. 

160. dOXttv, from neut. d$\ov. If it be referred to the masc. form, 

I old tc iroXXd must be regarded as merely adverbial =7f<«ma<fmo(/Mfn 
e. Cp. Od. 3. 73. 

161. dXXd Tif Ss, *But [I liken thee] to one who.' &|Jia vi)l OofiCJuv 
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I. iGi. irpi|KTf|pft. ' traders.' 

1. 163. ^opTou Ti, ' Is heedliil of the fteighl. and h in charge ot 1 
wares, and the gaius.so eageily sought.' SSoui signiRes the bu 
freight, produced by the sale of the ■fiiiToi, and so is righily deactit 
by the epexegesis iHpEJuv 6' ipTra\iarr, Cp Od 15. 445 Svav Oiui 
{jcnv is the old and better reading. Some edd. write (Tmi' — 'goes.' 

1, 167. otiTui, "thus,' i.e. as we see in your case. Trans, ■ Thus 
see that not to all men do Ibe Gods grant [all] gruces, n«lher So: 
nor wisdom, nor eloquence. For one nmn is meaner than another 
looks, but God sets a beauty upon his words, and his hearers gaze up 
him with delight, while he speaks onfalteringlj with winning modesty 

1. 170. Sios (iopi(iTiv fir, arl^.. lit. (fciii /ormam sermoni addii. 
Itop^i) iviav, Od, i[. 367. For this use of ariiptiy, cp. II, :8. 105 

&iupi li d1 KEfoA^ riipoi Sanff Bia Btitiy. 
Cp. also inf v. 1 JS = ' no charm surrounds his words.' 

1. 176. iit, ' even as.' He malies Euryalus the special instance 0!] 
words. oSSl mv aXX»«^' not even would God fashion thee differef 
i, e. on a better model. 

1. iSo. (luetuis sovfiai, Od. ri. I14, S 3. a. 

1, i3i. I|i|uvai, 'that I was.' So tlnu of past time. H. 5. 639. 

1. 183. ittlptiY is appropriate to uiiiuTa, Od. a. 454. and is used 
a zeugma with irroKiiiava in the sense of completiug 

1. 186. airrif iJiiSjm, ' cloak and all.' Such phrases as ourp avt rt*? 
II. 14. 4g8, aiirp am ifiif/iifyi, II. g. 194, show what was the origii 
form of this idiom, 

1. 18^. ndxeros, apparently a collat. form of irdxvi, as npifi^ne' 
lOd. 6. 103) is of irtpip?it<«. Cp. inixfM S tjr fliirt Klruy. Od. 13. 11 
Trans. ' He seized a qaoit. bigger [than the rest], a thick one, far mi 
massive than the sort with which,' etc 

1. I go. XUde. The quoit was of stone. 

1. igx. 6irip[i]irTaTo {vijofuu) trfifuiTa." flew past the maricB of all,* 
of the oilier throwers. The e^iiara showed the distances of all 1 
former throws. 

I. 193. Tipjiara, ' the range,' merely repeats n^futTa. 

1. igS. S|uXf, 'the mass of other marks more or less close togeiha 

1, I9S. TiSSf fi, sc afjiia is the reading of Aristaich.; the coDin 
reading is riv -ff, sc. Staiioir. fririp^irii (fii/u), ' Will throw beyond it. 

L 301. Kav4>iJT<pav ^ ' with lighter heart,' 

1. 103. fl TotrffcOrov, " either as far as this, or still further.' 

1. 194. Snvo, $ IS. 4, i. e. guimevmqve vtro 1 ciliris ommbtu ami 
infdUi, h piriculum facial. 

1, 107. irivTuv ^ai. resumes and explains t«v IXKiai, so th)kl B<i 

luyaipu is parenthetical, ^^ 

I. 3oS. ^iXiovTV, • with a man w^iAe eo^tnuining you." ^H 



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1. 211. KoXo^A. The mood changes, because the second clause 
mply gives the reason why such a man is d^pov kcU. ovrtSavds, ' for he 
its short all his own advantage ' by quarrelling with his best friend. 
> auToO = the later iavrov. 

1. 214. Join ov Koucdss^KTrof. irdvra is further explained by Sacroi 
eOXoc 

L 215. t6£5v. The quantity of the syllable before the digammated 
\ 2) oZ8a is noticeable. 

1. 116. Trans. *I should be the first to hit any man, even though 
lany of my comrades stood at my side,' etc., i. e. He would beat all his 
ompanions in shooting, showing himself both more accurate, as picking 
lut his man in a crowd, {Iv 6/jd\<f)) and more prompt (vp&ros), 

L 224. *HpaicX'i\i, Od. ii. 606, foil. Eurytus was king of Oechalia 
a Thessaly, H. 2. 596, 730. The bow of Eurytus was used in the 
oassacre of the suitors. Od. 21. 14-22. 

L 226. T$ = * wherefore.' ov8' lirl Ytjp. ik., cp. Od. 15. 246 ovf Ik€to 

1. 229. The meaning is. He can throw a dart with his hand as true as 
n archer can shoot an arrow from his bow. 

1. 230. The order is 8cC8ouca ji-fj tis iraplXOxi p.€ (* outstrip *) otoun 
r^ooi ( = * in running only *), for * I was very cruelly battered in the 
lironging waves, since there was no constant comfort for me on ship- 
K>ard. wherefore my poor limbs are drooping.* This includes both the 
dvations on the raft and the horrors of the actual shipwreck. Notice 
>laral numb, with neut. noim, as in Od. 5. 381. 

1. 239. Join cO^cis ot^v dpert^v <|>aiv^p,ev . . ws &v ov Tts 5voito. 
Thou art anxious to make a display of thy prowess in such a way that 
o man, who knows in his heart how to speak becomingly, may disparage 
by manhood.' The words x^^^H^vos • • vcCKC(r€v stand in a parenthesis, 
rhe protasis introduced by lirti (v. 236) has no proper apodosis, but the 
onstruction changes at inf. v. 241 &KK* &yt, 

1. 241. c|&49€v, § 15. I. 

L 244. Join ola cp^a Zcvs koI ^\lIv cia-TCOi|<n.. • What works Zeus 
ommits to us, also [for we have our special gifts], right on from our 
athers' times.' 

L 246 foil. Cp. Hor. Epp. i. 2, 28 

AletMoique 
In cute curanda plus aequo operata iuventus^ 
Cut pulerum fuit in medios dormire dies et 
Ad strepiium ciibarae cessatum ducere curam, 
L 251. iraCaarc (ira/(iw). 
I 254. Join oiarira AT||to86K(p^ as inf. v. 261. 

L 258. aUrv|tvifj'n)s, from oTo-a and root fonj in tu\LY(\<ntot, properly 
one who regards what is fair.' The v is introduced «& ixv dyj&yaw ^^\s\. 

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, imiiiei. The alavftv. are like the ' Stewards of the Course." Thsy 
I Hnoothed the dandng-floor, and made a wide ' ring.' They were public 
I lervints whose regular duly was to order the lists (wfifiarrtaiioy, tean:]. 
The aor. Xdiji'ai' shows what they did on the present occasion. 

1. 164. irJicXi)YOv [$ 10. 2] xop^v may mean only, ' b^t the Roar ;' 
but some render, ' trod a measure,' like Virgil's pan peilibus fJaudum 
' cbortOi, Aen. 6. 644. The dance was probably so arranged as to in 
terpret the spirit of Demodocus' song by the dancere' gestures. 
1. a66. iv«p<iX)im, Od. I. 153. 

1. 367. 4|*+i, with gen. = ' conceiiiing,' as /iax<oAu riSajcoi iiuji iXiyii, 
H. 16. Sis. 

I, I7[. "Hhioi, only found here. The regular Homeric form is ^lUoi. 
ff^K'^'them.' 
' 1. 175. jiiivouv, sc. the lovers, aSSi^' where they were,' Od. g. loS. 
I 1. 176. GdXov, ' the trap.' 

h 179. )uXaepiJct».v, Od. II. 378. 
1. 3S1. itipl .. to\ipna. ' very subtle.' 
L 283. «I(raTD = ' made show of going,' lit 'seemed.' 
1. 184. yaiAav, § 9, 5. 

1. zSS. IfTXaviwv (tcrx'"''^! S ^B, l), ' desiring.* So ipS/uiv ta}CiDi&iiaia. 
\ II. 33. 300. 

L jga. Tpa^nCoinv, The Schol. mterprets d^rt tdB Ttp^flufitv. The 
form stands for Topiri3/«K, » aor. pass. conjnncL of ilpnai. From Tuf- 
tSi/uv we get Tpaiiiu/iii', as i-Spa-Bor from Bap-flilfu, and Tpavmiim 01 
Tpanfwiur becomes [i 3. 6] Tfia7riio>iEi'. Trans. ' That we may take out 
pleasure.' XdcrpovSc goes at once with iwi|S^tt; cp. OSiicivti uii- 
fovni;, Od. 5. 3. Others refer rpaTicloiifv to rpiwa, and join it with 
MuTpotif, but qi. IL 3. 441 

ixx' dft St} ^iA){ti]ti Tpaniiaiur fivijOirrt, 
where the addition of Ki/rrpavSi is wanting. 
1. J93. |itTaBV[|iio*, ■ at home.' 

1. 3Q4. The Sintian (o!»o/ioi, ■ to ravage ') brigands were the earliest 
inhabitaots of Lemnos. 

1.197, !x"™(xH. 6 30.4. 
1. 198. ■^ = if5». 

1. 199. S t' ouk^ ^. ir., ' that there was no longer chance of escape.* 
For ^uicri see on Od. 3. 129. Others write Hrt as a direct antithesis to 
T<5rt B?) fiyj/oiaftfa/ = fum , . cum. 
1. 300. i[i4LYUiiei*, ' lame of both feet,' liL ■ on htSh udes,' from -pubt. 

1. 303. This line, wanting in the best MSS., seems to be introduced 
from Od. =, 398. 

I. 307, tfya. YfXosrd, ' deeds of mockery.' But as Hephaestus 
tboaght it no laughing matter, it may be better to divide the letters 



ODYSSET, VJIJ. 309 

\py* iiyiXaara. Join ovk . • lirtciicrclai'hard,' lit. *not yielding;* cp. 

L 309. &CSi|V»v. The Schol. rightiy interprets 64tavtariic6v, The 
idj. has both a passive and an active sense, (i) destructive, as here, (2) 
invisible, as in Hesiod Op. et Di. 754. 

1. 310. AprCiros, for d/>r£irovs, as dcXX(5iros, H. 8. 409, ' sound of Hmb.' 

L 311. '^'TcSavds, lengthened from dircSoyds, the opposite of l/xircSot. 

L 31a. Tc^ d<|>cXXov»2tM utinam me nunquam genuissent, 

L 313. tva, * where.* 

1.315. Trans. *I don't expect that they will care to lie thus one 
moment longer, though so very fond ; very soon they will both have no 
fancy for sleep.' K€k4|icv is from Ktloj, which is said to be a desiderative 
oficeifuu. But cp. Od. 7. 188. Join ovk . . ^OcX'fjo-CTOv. 

I. 318. diroS^oTii. After (1$ 5 «c the conjunctive is usual ; and so 
some read here &no^<riv. Hermann, ad Vig. 903 remarks, indieativum 
poeta praetulit ret fortius adfirmandae caussa, i. e. implying that restitution 
will be made, irta^p is Zeus, father of Aphrodite by Dione, II. 5. 370. 

L 324. ^X^cpot. With this termination, cp. 6pi<rr€poi, dypdrtpos, 
ht^lrepoif etc. 

L 325. idciiv, ' good things ;* an irregular gen. from Iht^ of which the 
neut is € J. There is great uncertainty about the breathing ; most edd. 
write it with the smooth. Both l^s and i<r$\bi are derivatives from 
dfd (iff fit), and mean, literally, ' that which really is,* i. e. the true and 
good. We find an analogous uncertainty in the breathing of two other 
derivatives from the same root, e. g. troifMi with the aspirate, and 
iTVftot with the smooth breathing. 

L 328. jrKtiaioy is substantive. 

L 329. dpcrf, from diper&u, 

1.332. ri =* therefore,* propterea, as ^as* wherefore,' quod; cp. H. 3. 
1 76 rd leal kkcdovaa riTtjica, 

II. 340-342. The three optatives are taken most simply as three 
separate wishes. dircCpovcs — * strong,* as going round and round 
without end. 

L 347. • I promise you that he himself shall pay all fair claims.' 

1, 348. Iter' dOav. 0«ot<n = publicly, in Olympus. 

L 351. SckXoiC Tot 8ciX£>v 7€. *In behalf of sorry fellows (like Ares) 
e?en securities are sorry things to accept.' S€i\S>v is the gen. after 
ItTwoi. The middle voice l77vda<r^ai is spoken of the one who 
takes security. Ittv^i fitv 6 bidovs lyTuaTcu S^ 6 \afJi$6votJv, Eustath. 
Hephaestus asks, * What guarantee shall I have that Ares will pay ? 
I cannot come upon you for the claim.' 

1. 352. 84oi|u does not mean, * bind you imder an obligation,' but 
actndly, * put you in chains * as I have done to Ares. 

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1. 358. DUX iot' oiBJ ioiKi^neguelicc! neque dfcel. 

1. 359, BfiTfiov (the older and betler reading for Sfapan/) is the dirK' 
object of dvfti. so iriaar silXot, II. 31. 537. 

I. .165. <ir*yT|Vofl<. For this word, ss well as aiHftodt, see Bullnun"' 
Lejtilog. tio foil. He considers them to be from snppoiod verlsl 
forms iviSai and intBai, eipreasing the meaning of the preps. (•■ snd drf 
respectively, i.e. ■ being on ' and 'rising up.' Cnrtius tGk. Etytnol, ::*! 
prefers the connection with SyBot, which Buttmann rejects, ola ni.iy Ik 
strictly adverbial, as in Od. 9. ia8 = 'even as,' the phrase ofo . . tui-Toi 
being B further description of iiiSfir^ : or it may stand as a ttlausc 
to all the antecedents suggested by the forgoing clause, e.g. brightnc^ 
and smoothness and softness- 

1.368. (HiXoi, Od. I. 1.^1. 

1. 372. at 8' tirtt. The apodosis to this begins at t^ irtpni flrraeii. 

1. 37S. i B' i-iri x^"*^- 'ttic other leaped up and caught it [ench 
time] before he reached the ground agaih.' 

1. 377. dv' tfluv. Some interpret this, 'straight up," io distinction 10 
the direction of the bail thrown from hand to hand in the next dance. 
Bnt nooav tir' IBif, Od. 4. 434, seems to decide the mcauiug to be, ■ with 
might and main,' like dvd iipiToi. 

i.378. TOp+ftt, adverbial accus. from Ta/>^lf, ' with frequent change 
from side to side.' JinX-^ittav. * beat time.' 

L 379. lattCmt, three syllables by synizesis. Another : 
laraiJTti. im'. . ipupH, * rose up from below' 

L 381. diniXdv, in the sense of promising, occors H. tj. 871 ' 
o^Tdni iS' iiircCXijiTcv fi^dti^fi 'Air^Uwn 

filittr . . t/aTiuBfw. 

Trans. " Thou didst both promise, and lo I here it was ready done,' 1. 1 
' As thou didst promise, so it was done.' 

I. 390, These twelve princes ' rule as lords ' among the people. 

1.391. Tflv el twurrot. The senlence would naturally run, t£» 
tuairroi tpipira/, 'let each of these princes bring:' but the construclion 
changes to the direct address, iwinoTi «' bring ye.' Trans. - Now bring 
for him . . each one of these princes . . a garment.' etc Cp. tw» ■ami* 
dI tuaaTOi Siy tiiaovat, II. 10. 2 I i- 

1.395. I aiT4v = 'him, personally.' 

1. 399. ot<rj|i,ivai, ^ ao. 3. lniurrDS. distributive, in apposition to the 
collective subject of ■Kpiiaar. 

1.403. tin = <n.(rTi. 

1. 405. &)i4iGiECrT|Tat. Cp. RivuT^i- IKiifarTi. Od. I9. 56. vaXjst 
[S 18. 5] U ot afwv Imiii, • he will find it worth much.' 

1. 417. GutrfTo. Here ends the day that begins with v. i of tbil 
book ; but the company docs not separate for the 

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ODYSSEY y VIIL 311 

1. 431. Totcnv, sc. Odysseus and the princes. 

L426. d|&^ mipl, as we say, *on the fire.' The preposition is 

accurately used, as the legs of the tripod enclose the fire, ol^'for 
Iiim.' 

L 439. dicovuv, — ^we should expect &«o^ or Sftvy as parallel to tairi. 

1. 435. Xo«Tpo-x^' Notice the accent, lit. « * bath-pouring.* Trans, 
'for filling the bath.' torcMrav, (imperf.), * proceeded to set.* 

L 443. iSc ir^iia, ' look to the lid, and quickly fix a knotted cord 
thereon.' Cp. tpfri dl<ppov, ' see to a chair,* Theocr. 15. a. 

1. 444. 8i|Xif|ireTai, conjunctive. 

1. 448. iroiic(Xov, * intricate.' 8^8o«, redupl. a aor. as if from AAA. 

L 451. ^ird 06 Ti K0|ut6|Mv^ Y*» * ^^ ^^ ^P^ \i2.vt. comfort like 
this.' Oa^civ with participle is best translated by an adverb. So 
&arc\ccv yua.x6yiwott * to be constantly fighting.' Cp. Od. 5. 88. 

L 45a. cird, as in Od. 4. 13. 

1. 453. T6<^pa 84, * but all that while,' etc. 

1. 462. Srt |ioi irp(&Tx|, ' since to me first you owe the debt of rescue.* 

1. 465. otrrwa'as you say.' 

1. 466. IX6l|iiv, sc. kyA, 

1. 467. ical KclOi, * there too ' (as I do here). 

1. 468. ipi^ooxM, a strong word ; trans. ' Thou didst give me my 
life.' 

L 470. fAoCpas, Od. 3. 67. 

1. 473. Xaoiox rm|&., an explanation of the meaning of Arf/JiS-^Kot. 

1. 475. Trans. • Having cut off a portion from a chine of a hog with 
white tusks ; but the larger part was still left over.' Ini Bi irX. cXiX. is 
a parenthesis. 

1. 477. rq, Od. 5. 346. 

L 478. irpo<nrTv{o|&ai, conjunctive in construction with 6if>pa. 

1. 488. i&oOoxi. The Muses would be accountable for his gift of song, 
and Apollo for his skill on the lyre. Or perhaps the reference is to 
Apollo as prophet, who has revealed to him the truth of the stories he 
sings. 

1. 491. ^[XXov, sc. imp(6vT09. 

L 49a. |MT^pi|0t, ' diange your groimd,' i. e. pass to another story. 
K6(r|Mv <B ' the fashioning.' 

L 493. SovpOT^ov, cp. Virg. Aen. a. 15. tov . . Sv, both refer to 



iwwov. 



1. 494. 86X0V, * as a snare,' as sup. v. 376. Cp. Virg. Aen. 4. 264 doli 
fabricator Epeus, Another reading is b6K^ =fraude, 

1. 499. ^ ^dO*, 6 8^, * so he spake, and the other, moved by the god, 
set forth his strain, having taken it up at the point where they/ etc. 
With &p|ii|6cls OcoO, cp. Od. a 2. 347 9ih% Ik yuoi \v <f>p€alv oifta$ vcarrolat 
ivi<pva€. See Od. i. 347. After making the Horse, the Greeks fired 



■ 319 rroTss. i 

their tents, and made abow of sailing away in the direction of Tenedts 
Cp. Virg. Aea. a. at foil. 

1. 504-506. juv . .4 . .ovTov, all refer to the Horse. 

'■ S°S- fiitpiTa, 'undecided,' as shown by Tpixa Si aipiair ^KoH 
iSotAl}, 

1. S07. BmnXt^ai, (ffXiioffoj). Others read a.nTp^fai, (tSioxb). 

1. 508. KiiTi irtTpiaiv. The Pergama of Troy stood on a rock nhidi 
had a steep escarpment on the side of the Scamander. 

1. 509. fl Jiav, ' or to leave it there as a splendid present, to be » 
peace-offering to the Gods.' 

1.510. The subject to tjuUiv is ^011X4. 

I. 5 1 1 . inoXftrfoii. The subject is mMai", from the following wiXa. 

1. sao. El4 'ABVi*i ' f>y meaoa of;' where in Attic syntax we should 
find Bii with the gen., which is not tised in this sense hy Homer. Cp. 
sup. V. 8a, Od. II. 176, 437. 

1- 5»3- Join fimy ift+iirw., as in y. 527. 

1. 537. ol, 'the enemy smiting her back and shoulders -with their 
spear-shafts cany her off to bondage.' So ftv<f'Bpiir Glof), Od. 6. 91. 

1. SI9. ripfpov from «poi, tcp. atip/i), 'to tie,' as Lat. servus froai 
stro (ierui). 

L B3°- J°'" f*i' ■op*"''- 

L S37' T<*8*™, ' let him hush,' 

1. S39. "Spope, intrans. nor. from Sprviii, used here parallel vrilh a 
present tense, as in II. 13. yt* X"P" oaiTDi [icu^iuin Kai /tai /lirot Apopi, 

1. 540. {k TirOB', ' from that time forth,' 

1. 546. dvrt-'m the light of.' 

L J47. Si t' iXCy'"' '"?' ' '"^o ^sxb reached even a little way with his 
wits,' tmitnujciv seems used without an object expressed, as fimiipiir. 
II. II. 3gl it «' i^iyiv nip imipj). It is contrary to usage to make 
■HpaviSiaai governed by liri'fiaifiy, which would require a genitive. 

1. S48. Tip," wherefore;' sc, because there issnch real intimacy between 
host and guest. 

1, 551. ot is the relative jui in uri( [siin(,] quijue circa iabilam. 

!■ 55.1, tirf[y , , Y'niTai = ex quo primtim nalusflarit. 

L 55O, TLTvirKJ|Mv« <^p«rl, ' purposing it in their minds.' The ships 
of the Phaeacians were supposed to be gifted with intelligence, like 
the canoe in the legend of Hiawatha. 

L 5G0. viXiot, a dissyllable, % 4. 3. 

1. 561, euGi irotj iri^iv, 'nor ever is there any fear upon them (Irf 
Isiari) either of taking any harm or of being lost' 

I. 564. Sit, The uncertainty about the meaning of Si here is increased 
by the fact that the iron throws back its accent upon it. We mayrciKkri 
floc vtn ita quondam avdivi. Or, less simply, Hoc vera [narratolj|iM| 
quondam audivi. ^^| 



ODTSSEV^ IX. 317 

^Boyy^r, This usage is called Zeugma, airrOv seems to distinguish the 
voice of the mm fix>m that of the flocks — * both smoke, and voice of men, 
and of sheep and goats.' 

U. 168-170-int w. 558-560, Od. 10. 185, 187. 

L i7i«>Od. 10. 188; la. 319. 

L 176. ' And whether they have a heart that fears the Gods/ $eb$ ,, 

L 177. Join dv^ipr VT|df , and cp. Od. 2. 416. 

L 18 a. IvOa 84, apodosis to 5rf 8^ of preceding line. 

L 184. iiflXa, small cattle, divided into sheep and goats. 

«ipl 8* a^Xt^, * And round [the cave's mouth] a high-walled yard was 
made with deep-bedded stones ;' i. e. the yard was walled in with huge 
polygonal blocks, the lower edge of which was sunk in the ground, and 
XQfWS of trees planted along the walls. 

1. 189. &9c|iC(rria xfi^ = ' had a lawless mind,' like dXwpdfta, dwar^Xia 
Mft. 

1. 19a. The reading S tc ^Cvctcu, quod quidem apparel^ gives better 
sense than th-t ^alvcreu, quando apparet, ' Like a peak which stands out 
alone.' 

S Tt, the neut of 5t re. 

L 194. Ipva6at, § 20. 4, * to protect,' from the notion of ^pi/w, in med. 
voc. = * to draw to one's self.' 194 =» Od. 10. 444. 

L 198. dfi^i^^Pi^Kct, plqpf. from dfjuf>i$40rjKaf a perfect with present 
signification; 'used to guard,' sc. before the town was destroyed. 
This sense of guarding comes from * walking around,' * patrolling.* 

L 204. 8v^»8€Ka ir6Laiv, see on Od. 5. 244. 

1. ao6. 'fifCSri, § 28. 8. 

L ao9. {ii5aTos, le. r. A.., * poured it to mix with [dvd, of distribution] 
twenty measures of water.* 

L aia. Join to{) . . doic6v. fjia, two syllables, § 4. 3. 

&«ncdv fiiyav . . oCtroro Y^p. Odysseus took care to be well supplied 
with this wine, which woidd be strong enough for the gigantic visitor 
whom he expected. 

L ai4. ^iii|i^v (twv/u) dXKt^v, ' clothed with might.' 

1. a 1 7. ^vo|&. V. K., * he was feeding his sheep at pasture.' 

L ai8. {^€V|iccr0a, § 4. i. 

L 219. (TTfCvovTO, § 3. 2, * were crowded with sheep and kids ' (<rrciydf, 

L 221. IpxoTO, plqpf. tipyoj, § 17. 4. * By themselves were the first- 
lings: by, themselves the later-lambs [properly, 'intermediate,* /x€tcL, 
lUao$]t and by themselves again the newly-yeaned.' cp<n| = * dew,' is, 
like 9p6<ro$, used for tender young of animals, vatov, irreg. imp. from 
v&u^ * swam' or * flowed.' 

1. 224. vpi&Tiora, opposed to avrd^ iv€ira, v. 225. 



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L iig. ' That I might both see the man himself and Qeani] wijdlio,' 
fd, inf. V. 167, 'he would ^vc me entertninmeat : notwithstaadiag, be 
was not going to be a joy to my cciiarndes when he appeared.' 

1. 131. iW(ra(ifv, sc, by making such burnt-offerings as we were al 1. 
with cheeEc instead of flesh. 

1. lin- Ivd ot -iroTvGfpmav tEi|, ' that it might serve him for [light ^ij 
1 snpper.' not for coolcing ; he did not roast his meat. 
■ L 138. ' He left the males without, (viz.) outside the deep yard,' whicli 
liras in front of the cave's mouth, sup. v. 1S4. 

r 1. a.ig. For InToflcr it is proposed to read (rroBrr. It is easier to 
imagine that the ewes were driveo into the cave and the rams left oalsidF, 
vii, in the yard. 

1. 240. tvfiSf, two syllables, i 4. 3. 

1. 145. In T. jcS w6rTa card iinipay follows ^^Xs, with which it agrees 
in gender. In this passage it may be assimilated to ^i^Aa imphed in wi 
and at-yai, or it may be regarded in the light of a mere formula = 
' everytliing in order.' 

(n^Kcv Ifipp, licijT., • put a young one imder each [mother],' sc. to be 
BucWcd,; ' and having forthwith curdled ' [sc with fig-juice. 6wii, U 
901] ■ half the white milk, he set it <3own in wicker baskets, h 
collected it together.' 
1. 348. ot rii) iKvtiv, see on Od. i. a6i. 

I. 150. mrc^StLv Ti, ' to do it with despatdi,' II. 13. 135. 

II. i5i-a55 = Od. 3. 71-74. 

1. 153. ■aXsM', i. e. nXd'Tf, (nAffTt), from w\i<i>, ' to sail' 
I. 353- &^(iXi|ir4i, perf. from iKdoiiat. 
1. 254. fiXiuvnii, § 18. X. 
1' 155' <l'fX'^* imps., i.e. irapaBiiityoi, 'risking tbcir lives,' [ 

'laying as a stake.' 

I. »56. -fipiv .. Btuo-ivTiuv. see on Od. 6. 151. 

I. 358. fiAXd Kat Ck, ■ but yet for all that,' lit. ' even thus.' 

1. iG''. Join Td tra yini*a UifMSa. as in Od, 3. gi. KLxavipvot, a1 
■ lighting on thee.' 

L 167. ([ n, see on sup. v. 319. 

1. ifig. t^ ej|us. see on Od. s. 45. 
^^ I, 3^9. atStio. $ 3. 3, fora'Sfo, alEou. 
^H I. 373. 1^ TqX. tlX., i. e. and so art a stranger to our wa) 
^B l-'74. iXioirfhu, sometimes a\iiaaeat, Rrst aor, from 1 

^M I. 37G. Jnl~^. two syllables. $ 4. 3. 276 = Od. 8. iSl. 

^^M l..)77. m^i^atp^Vi second aor. redupl. med. of i/iflSaiiai. { 18. 1.H 

^^P 1.174. (t4>' — •'''. I<TX<t vTJo, ' moored your ship.' cp. od. I' 

^H 1. ]8o. Soilx, i 33. 

^H I. tSi, '£ut be did not deccWcme with all my great luiowledgc'l 



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OnrSSEF, IX. 319 

L 285. vfo, one syllable, § 4. 3. 

L 391. Join 8iaTa|i(ibv |uXclon-l, which form of adverb occurs in II. 

34.40^ 
L 294. dvfox^Oo|Mv, from aorist form dvitrxBov, lengthened from 

^tvxwt q>. Od. 4. 284. 
L 297. M . . irCvfi»v, s& ' on the top of the meat.' 
L 298. Sid |j,if|\«fv, * down the whole length of the flock.* 
L 301. 56v ^. \ I., * where the midriff holds the liver.' 
L 30a. x«^P* ^ir*|*«wcr., i. e. x**P^ * having clutched it with my hand ;' 

for the accent thrown back, cp. cf^', sup. v. 279. Cp. inf. v. 446. 
L303. dir«»X6|i. 5X€6pov, as dir<$Aa;A.c iA6pov, Od. i. 166, cognate 

accos. 

1. 311. <n^ 8' S Y€, apodosis. 8t^'~^a(rr€, two syllables, § 4. 3. 

L 319. The ydp comes in here because the reason of the action in the 
main sentence is given before the action itself is described. The sentence 
would run logically, * We cut off a piece of the Cyclops' dub, for it lay 
at the side of the sheep-pen.' Cp. Od. 5. 29. 

L 320. lieTa|i€V, i. e. kj^irafjif, second aor. of k/crifjyca. 

L 321. A shortened form of sentence for rd fjilv dfxfjiei klffKOfiev r6aaov 
thoi tffffos T€ [cp. the phrase oUs tc] iarlv lardt vij6s : the relative is 
attracted into the case of the unexpressed antecedent. * We guessed it 
to be as big as [is] a mast,' etc. Cp. laov t* opyviaVf v. 325. 

L 330. K^xvro |i€7., * was spread out wide ;* fitydXa, like iitfjXvari : 
here i^XiOa only qualifies 9roA.A^ = ' in vast abundance.' 

1. 331. The readings vary between irciroX^xOo'i' and irciroXdcrOai, 
which may be distinct forms of perfect from 'irdK6xraa \ii&KKoS], The 
pn^Muroxyton ireirdXaadai, a reduplicated second aor. retaining a for c, 
and formed directly from iroAAo;, seems to be the more appropriate tense. 
As the lots were pebbles, ^^oi, which they used to shake [v&yXiiv] in 
a hehnet, the simple verb has taken the sense of * voting by lot.' 

1. 332 {|iol aify=mecufn, 

L 334. dv Kc, see on Od. 5. 361. 

^ 335* cX^YH''nv« Od. 4. 451, syncopated second aor., § 20. 4. 

L 347. Kpla, one syllable, cp. v. 283, sup. and § 4. 3. 

L 348. Odyss. slily flatters Cyclops by assigning him divine honours, 
such as a libation. In ol6v n the addition of ri gives a sort of general 
meaning to the oTot, as in H(r<ro$ ns, Od. 10. 45. 

L 352. iroX^wv, i. e. * out of all the numbers of men that there are.' 

L 355. • Be good enough to give me more.' For irp6^po)v, cp. Od. 
a. 230. 

1. 362. Join ircpt'fjXvOc K. ^pivas, 'stole round the Cyclops' senses.' 
^phm9 epexegetical accusative, i. e. one that appends a closer description, 
as TpSjoa Tp6fxo$ eWafit yvTuy ^ the Trojans, that is to say, their 
^bs.' See p. 229. 



1. 366. CHmt here becomes a, proper name, ' No-man," so in the at 
it appears as oaru' instead of oCnva. 

I. 369. fitnl ols Jt.t i. e. "in the list of his comrades,' not^^' after." 

1. ,172. lie lies on his back, drooping (liL sloping) bis head oa one 
shoulder. 

I. 374. olvoPopcUiv, particip. from otvaSapla!, $3. 3. 

1. 377. fivaSvi]. opt. for AtaSuiTt. So II. 16. gg luSSfuy for iKtvttiiur, 
and Sin], Od. iS. 34S ; trans. ' might shirk." 

1. 38*. ' Bui I standing above [it] kept twirling it, as when » mac 
might bore ship-timber with a drill, and the others at the lower end 
keep it moving with a stiap, grasping the strap at either end.' The 
tpvmmov (V. 385) is a drill with a long shaft. The master shipwii^ 
stands on a planit leaning his weight on the wooden head in which the 
drill levolres. His men wind a long strap round the shaft of the dnU, 
and by alteiDatelf polling thej make the tool spin first one way and 
then the other till it pierces the wood. 

1. 384. Tpvnif, opt. for Tpvirdai, a rare mood in similes. 

1. 389. i|i4'p ' "1' around,' adverbially with ejatv, 

L 390. ot ^[{m, i, e. ' I'n roots.' tr^nfayfUvTO, $ 4. T. 
[ 1. 39a. iixovra ^rees grajDtnalically only with the masc wlXuem. 

\ T* -ydp. ' fof ttis ' [s*:- fliiT'-«v] gives iron its strength. 

I. 39s. ' And terriblv he howled aloud, and the rock echoed around.' 
tax* paxoTa] is lengthened by the augment 

I. 400. &.' dHpuHi ' along the heights.' Epic accus. from ilipit, anothet 
form of litpo at&tjnj, so niUiai. Od. 8. 560, S 11. 5. 

1, 403. Join TtiTT* riuav ifnuUyoi, i.e. quid tibi lanti tnali aaidii 

u( lanloptre voci/irares, Ernest. For ipijl*., see on Od. 6. a. 

I 1. 408. Polyphemus means, ' "No-mnn" is slaying me by craft and nol 

W by force.' The Cyclopes understand his words, ' No man is slaying me 

Iqi craft <w force,' and so in v. 410 du rii appears as /(^tii, which suggests 

the pun of liijrii, inf. v. 414. 

L 415. uiCiv. iSwQin, 'in agony of anguish;' the ring of the two 
words bnng intentional. 

1. 420. iipicr™, Od. 3. I jg ! see on *. 103. 

1. 423. US TE *<pl i^-t tilpott dB vita. 

1. 425. iSi«. Aristarch. seems to have wrillen here oTih mtlri gral. 
But as iftt (Lat. mis) has the digamma. the short o may be lengthenoJ 
before it, on the analogy of a short vowel lengthened before i liquid. 

I. 4J3. Join T06 vara Ka-mXtipiv, ' Having grasped his back. I lay 
curled up under his shaggy belly ; and having turned over. I held on by 
ray hands firmly to the thick wool.' 

1. 435. crrpii^BiU seems to refer to his position of holding on bock 
downwards; others render, 'twisting my hands in.' x<po^* < 
L the iraipoi 






ODYSSEY^ IX. 321 

L 438. Kol T6t«, apodosis, q>. sup. w. 59, 171. 

L439. l|ft4|M|«ov, an imperfect formed from fjU/irjiea, perf. of firjHSLOfiai, 

L 443. &• ot. The enclit. ot, ' for him/ throws back its accent. * He 
did not know that men had been tied, unawares to bim* 

L445. orTiiv6|uvot, see on sup. v. 219, 'loaded with his wool and 
me.' 

L 446. lm|UMro'.,«sup. v. 30a. 

L 447. fovvo, $ 20. 4. 

L 448. XiV«|A|JL oU^, * left behind by.' Mcv^Xoot *hyTi\6xoio Xtlvtro, 
^ >3* 5^3* With irdpos cpxc<u, cp. Od. 4. 811. 

L 455. iri^uY|iivov, with accus. In Od. i. 18 with genit., q. v. 

L 456. cl 81J, 'couldest fhou feel as I do.' 

L 458. For ol . . 6fivo|iivoti, see on Od. 6. 157. 

L 460. o^mScMfds O&rtt, ' good-for-nothing No-man.' 

L 46a. IX96vm has no plural verb with which to go. The main idea 
is ^lit up into Xv6iaf» and {miXvaix^ * I began to loose myself from under 
the sheep, and then I released/ etc. 

L 464. Tavo-^HiroSa, the v represents the digamma, § 2. The original 
Ibmi was TOMt^^oSa, from root ray as in r^iv-w, etc. Si)|j4f notice the 
accent 

L 465. iroXXd ircpvrpo-r^., * often turning roimd,' sc. in fear. 

L 468. &vavcvcivsto intimate refusal by shaking the head: JvaTa- 
rf^ciraito assent, v. 490 inf. Join ovK/ctcov icXaCciv. 

1* 473. See on Od. 5. 400. 

L 474. iccpTO|i., * with abusive [words].' 

L 475. The emphasis is on &vdXKi8os, ' no coward's comrades,' etc. 
*Your evil deeds were sure to come home to you.* 

L 480. in|p60i, § 12. 2. 

L 483. This line has no place here. A stone thrown vpovdp, vrjd$ 
would not go near the rudder. See on v. 540 inf. 

L 486. irXiHMipU, • the [shoreward] wash from the sea,* explaining 
mXi^^. mS/ml Not the current or tide, but the swell caused by the stone, 
* made the ship come to land.' 6cft6a>, cp. Oenvaiy B^aiUt. 

L 489. Ifk^oX^ciy Kf&irQS, Lat. incumbere remis, Virg. Aen. 5. 15. 

L 491. Join &Xa irp^otrovris, cp. Ki\€vOo¥ vp/fiaaeof, Od. 13. 83. 
ifooi|^i8«v, ' was going to hail,* imperf. 

^ 497* 4^*yE>> o^ sound generally ; av&f)(ravTOS, of words. 

L 498. Join <ruvdpa{€, cp. Od. la. 411. 

L504. ^da6(u,d{c. 

L 507. licdvci, as KixfifffffOai, sup. v. 477. 

L 510. Join iMVTfv. KvicX<&ir., dative = * for the C* Karcy^pa, 
{ 30. I. 

L 511. tA8€ irdvra, * all this,' viz. * that I should lose my sight* 

L 513. 4Sfy}ii|v, § 20. 4. 



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323 NOTSS. 

..'517. e<L>, IS 8.3 and 33. i. 

I. 518, iro}nr^ t' Arpiivai. Trans. 'And may hasten your return home 
. . that the Earth-shaker may grant yoo One.' iro;i?r. irp. occurs Od. 7, 
151. The So|ifviu .. hiv. describes the particular form of irotor^. vii. 
a safe-conduct from Poseidon. Others render, "And may urge the 
Earth-shaker to grant you a return home.' 

I. saj. in ovK, k.t.\. The word iJi takes up as imeipressed oUnn 
that qualifies the foregoing sentence. Trans. ' Would that 1, etc ., a 
surely as not cren Pos. will heal your eye." Cp. Od. 17. jsj, 11. 
13. 8>7- 

1.S3S. oXAorptiis. Odyss. came home in a Phaeadan slup, Od. ij, 
95 foIL 535 = OiL 11, 115. 

1. gjg. tiitpaat 6J, 'he put into [bis throw] immense strength.' 

1' 539' ' And he dashed it down a little behind the ship, bat it tailed 
to readi the rudder's tip.' Others join tut6. la. Si. ■ but he &ilcd by a 
little.' It is, however, against Homeric usage that Si should stand in 
this position. 

1. 540. tEtvi|<r(v, from a foim Siiai for Ski, the v representing a 
di gamma, § S. 

1. 541. The x'p*"" Iiete is the shore of the island (aup. v. 116), noi 
of the land of the Cyclops, 

1. 545. aar[o-]. g 23. 7. 

1. 546. vfja |ijv, apodosis. 

1. 549. f.i\ t[« |uii, see on sup. v. 4a. 



BOOK X. 

1. I. A[aXti)v vfimv. The ancients identified this with one of the 
Aeolian Islands on the north coast of Sicily, the gronp to wluch belong 
Lipari and StrombolL The names AfoXoi [dqwu, ■ to blow '] and 'Itt<c 
TdBiji [Krooi], are chosen to describe the speed of the winds. 

1. 3. irXm^ ' floating.' So the island of Delos was said to Sou 
(erratica Dtlos, Ov. Met. 6. 333), till Zeus rooted it in the sea. Cp. Vitj. 
Acn. 3. 76. 

1. 6. itot = "BS well,' i.e. besides himself, yt^i&ainv — tleiv, Od. ;,.1S. 
a second petf. from root-verb FA-n, referred lo -/iyye/iai, 

1. 6. fl^OVTCS, § 18. 2. 

1. 7. ixolrts, i. c, ixolTiai, acc, plur. from &coitU, So Ijvii from 4''<' 
II. 6. 94. 

1. 10. Kvwriitv, K.T.\,, ' and the steaming house echoes all around il5 
outer court.' The lUam comes from the roasting meals suggested ir. 
iQU-vi/rat and oVfiara.. The meaning seems to be, that the palace of lli( 



ODYSSEY^ X. 323 

King of Winds is fiill of moaning sounds, which make themselves hfiu'd 
even in the outer yard. Others read duXjif^aiXiictiy * flute-playing,* or 

0685, or ir€/HOT€l'ax/f€T* &oi^. 

1. 14. ^CXci, * Aeolus (included in tcDv, v. 13) entertained me.' 

1. 17. &XX* 8t€ 8t\ Kal lyo^, *but when I, too, [in my turn] began to 
ask.' The apodosis to 8t€ is oiU rt. Cp. Od. i. 16-18. 

1. 19. 8&KC 8i |i*, i.e. ftoi. lwc<l»poio, [Ivy^a-Spi;], * nine-seasons-old ;' 
perhaps a round number to express full maturity (as iwrjfmp). Others 
suppose a noun vcdtprf^ i. e. via &prjt analogous to tndtprj. The word Iv- 
y^cupot (cp. iv-dios, Od. 4. 450) would then mean, * in youthful strength.' 
bnfwpos, three syllables, § 4. 3. 

1. 34. iropairvcvfTQ, sc. that not a breath might get past the 
&stening. 

L 26. ttiroOf .. axnOiv, 'ourselves,' * our own folly.' Cp. Od. i. 17. 

L 28. &|i^s [not fi/M)s] s d/jLoiM, * day and night alike.' 

L 31. K9K[Lt\Qra, * tired out, because I was always handling the vessel's 
sheet myself.* The irovs is the rope at the lower corner of the sail, by 
which it was set at the proper angle to catch the wind. 

1. 40. TpoCT|s, sc. Y^t, Od. 5. 39 = the land of Troy. Join Kcift. Xt|C8., 
'store from the booty,' partit. gen. 

1. 42. Kcvcols <rvv X. <^X' Here altv is adverbial, * bringing along with 
us only empty hands.' Others join awix^vras, * holding together [i. e. 
because there is nothing between them] empty hands.' 

L 45. Scr<ros rts, see on Od. 9. 348. 

I. 51. diro^6C|Ai|v, 2 aor. med. optat; so <pOlro, Od. ii. 330. 

II. 56-58 «Od. 9.85-87. 

1. 56. ifjircCpov, used generally for terra firma; here it refers only to an 
island. 

1. 59. 6ira(rfrd|Acvos, as Schol. bimZby IX<$f(cvot, 'having taken to 
attend me. 

L 66a=Od. 7. 320. 

L 68. wpd« TotoC Tf, '.and besides them [sc. Iro/poit] cruel sleep.* * 

L 69. «rx^Xu>s, cp. Lat. improbuSy and see note on Od. 5. 118.. 

1. 75. t68' Udvcis, ' thou art come thus ;' lit. * art come this [coming].* 
Cp. Od. I. 409. &ircx66|jicvos is, according to Buttmann, an aoristpart. 
from pres. dirtxOovofJuu. Others refer it at once to a present dvix^opuu. 
Aeolus does but express the common belief (which Job's friends held), 
that misfortune was a sign of a man having offended heaven. 

1. 79. Iwfl introduces the reason why they were obliged to row, 
'since no more did any wafting vrind show itself.' iroitinj includes every 
means for the accomplishment of a journey. With ^^cro, cp. Od. 4. 

L 81. Ad|iov. The later Greeks put the Laestrygones in Sicily. Cp. 
Thucyd. 6. 2. The Romans made Formiae the city of Lamus, and 

Y 2 



324 NOTES. 

Horace says that Fonnian wine ripens in a Laestrjgonian jar. Hor. 
Odd. 3. 16,34; 17. i»foll. 

1. 82. Ti|X4irvXos seems to be the name of the town, Aaur. the 
epithet The name can hardly signify • far-gated * [r^Xe-in/Ajy], whidi is 
meaningless; but rather * big-gated,' as suited for giants, v. 120. The 
root T17X-, seen in nyXeftJoi, is ©AA=* to grow big.* See note on t^Xi^ 
YCTOt, Od. 4. II, 

S9i. irot|i(va irot|tt\y, «.r A. Trans. ' Where, as he drives home his 
flock, shepherd hails shepherd, and the other, driving forth his flode, 
answers him. In this place a man who could do without sleep might 
earn two sets of wages ; one by minding cattle, and the other by pastur- 
ing white sheep, for the outgoings of night and day are dose together.' 
As in northern latitudes, of which Homer may have heard some stories, 
there is no real night in the country of the Laestrygones. Day dawned 
almost the same instant that night fell. So we may roughly consider 
the twenty-four hours of day and night divided into two halves of twelve 
hours of uninterrupted daylight. A man who could do without sleep 
could spend half this time in feeding she^p, and the other half in minHing 
cattle, and so get double wages for double work. He would drive home 
the first batch as twilight fell, and would be ready to take out the second 
batch directly the daylight reappeared, which happened so immediately 
that the outward-bound and homeward-bound herdsmen actually passed 
one another in the gateway. Strictly speaking, the words ^yy^.. 
KiKevOoi ought equally to imply the nearness of the night to the dawn, 
as well as of dawn to night ; but it is only of the latter that the poet 
is thinking. 

1. 88. TcnfixT'** [v^yx^^^* scarcely stronger than kcrri. Cf. wfJcwo 
Siavpvffiov T€Tvx»7«ft't, II. 17. 748» 8ia|4irep^«, 'right along,' of the 
unbroken continuity of the cliff, 

1. 91. Iv0' ot Y€, apodosis to Ivd' lire?, sup. v. 87. txav, • steered,' Od. 
3. 182; 9. 279. 

1. 95. avrdp iyC^, * But I [opp. to al fikv] kept back my ship outside 
the harbour, there, at its outermost edge.' 

1. 96. €Tr' iaxar.f a nearer definition of alrov, as airrov r^ M xhv* 
inf. v. 271. Join cK-8if|oxis, * having made my hawsers fast to a rock.' 

1. 97. iratiToX6€o-<rav, Od. 3. 170. 

1. 98. poCiy Ipya b * ploughed land ; ' dv8p^ ^ ' vineyards and 
gardens.' 

1. 100. irpotctv, § 23. I. 

1. 103. CKpdvTcs, sc. vrjSiv. With Uvou, 68dv, cp. tpx^frOai i^dv, H. i. 

151- 
1. 105. {v^Xt|vto, § 20. 2. 

1. 106. 9vyarip[t], § 6. 

L HO, 'Asked who was king of this people, and over whom he 



ODYSSEY^ X. 325 

rdgnecL' So with reading oTcrty, For tt after St ri$ in an indirect 
question, cf. Od. 17. 363 

yyoirf h* ot rwh €loiv kyaifftfioif o7 r* A$€fjuaTOt. 
The common reading rdiffiv, is by some regarded as sr^oiori, i. e. rlait as 

L 112. Iv4^pa8€v, § 16. 2. 

L 113. $(rr|v . . Kopv^v, for the attraction, cp. Od. 9. 322. tirrvyw, 
§ 20. I. Join icoTloTvyov= * they loathed her.* 

L 121. dird vcrp&ttv, probably the throwers were standing on the 
iitral of V. 89. 

1. 124. * And spearing them like fishes, they carried them off for a 
horrid meal.' drcpir. Saira, used predicatively. 

1. 1 26. T6<^pa hkf apodosis to 5^pa, snp. ols Laestrygones, roi^ - the 
crews of Odysseus. 

1. i29sOd. 9. 489. 

^ I33» i,H = Od. 9. 62, 63. 

1- 135. AIoCt) vfjaos, so Alo/17 Klpntj, Od. 5. 334. Cp. Virg. Aen. 3. 

385 

St salts Ausonii lustrandum navihus aequor 

Infernique lacus Aeaeaeque insula Circes, 
for the Romans put Circe's home on the promontory of Circeii {Monte 
GreeUo) in Italy. 

L 136. Oeds a^S^ccou, see on Od. 5. 334. 

L 137. dXo6^povos » * the sorcerer/ literally, a man of dangerous 
wisdom. Cp. Od. i. 52. 

L 1 40. KaniY* ^^» * we put in with our ship ;' opposed to dydy€cr$aA, 
'to put out to sea.' vi)l is an instrumental dative, as 'invoiai, Od. 4. 8. 

IL 143, 144 «Od. 9. 75, 76. 

L 144. T^Xcorc, i. e. • brought full daylight.' Cp. Od. 9. 5. 

1. 149. Uiawro, § 3. 5. 

1. 152. atOoira, 'ruddy,' because of the flames showing through it. 

I 153. SodacroTO, * seemed,' ist aor. form from root AI^. From same 
root comes diaro or SSaro, Od. 6. 242. 

1* 155* irpolftcv, 2nd aor. inf. ofvpotrj/u, 

L 156 = Od. 12. 368. 

L 159. & |i4v.. iri6|icvos, *He came down to the river from his feeding- 
ground in the wood, to drink.' The fiit. of vivo) in Homer always 
with t. 

L 162. Lit. ' and it,' viz. the brazen spear, * passed,' cp. Od. 5. 68 
1) 8^ . . ^fitpie. For |jiaK(2)v, see under fjLijKdofjuxi in Lex. and cp. § 20. i. 

L 165. r6 piv [sc. 8<5pv], * The spear I laid down there on the ground 
and let it lie, but I pulled brushwood and withies, and having plaited a 
rope, a fathom-long, well twisted across and across, I tied,* etc. d^w^orl- 
p00iv thus applies to the method of plaiting, oV\i«^TQs^'fe\\.xt^^^ \a"^^ 



$26 NOTES. 

' whole length ' of the rope from end to end. With the h 
t' tpyvuar, cp. Od. g. 315. 

1.169. fiTiiXD+iiBfui, the older spelling, according to Eastath. Others 
read narflAoiJjiBlo, with the short syllable lengthened milri gral. 
OdysseuB tied ihc creature's legs together and put his head through, so 
the deer hung down behind from his neck. 

L 171, Wpn, "one hand," i.e. the 'oibtr,' in reference to the hand 
that held the spear. 

I. 17 a. v*^, § 11. 6. IraLpovi . . £vEpa (iiavTav. cf. Od. 1. 351. IfS. 

1. 176. i^fo, sc. iinhi, 'so long as there is.' In this address the nmin 
clause begins iXK' ayfTt, but the sentence that gives the reason is put 
first, sc. ov Titp ml. Cp. inf. w. 190, 193, jjfi. 

1. 179. JitiiaXvi)(, They had covered thdr beads in their sorrow, C£. 
Od. a. 85, 91, 

I, iBi-Od. 4..^?. 
Li82.0d-3. i6t. 

II. i83-.87 = Od 9. 556-560. 
L iSa^Od. 9. 171. 

L 189-Od, ij. 371. 

11. 190-191. Ih^tn and ^in, ' west and east," and more nearly defined 
by the following oiB' Sitq . . dwilroi (i. e. icanrroi from dratioiiai). 

1. 11)5. iript .. iiTTt+ivwroi = ' rings round.' 'surrounds.' 

1. 196, airrii, in opposition to the high ground, axamrj. 

1. joa. iXK' ol Tfdp=' hut [aO in vain], for no good came by ihcij 
weeping.' 

I. log. iy.]u, § 16. I. 'They found in the glens Circe's house tiuilt of 
polished stoues. on open ground," i.e. with clear view all round; irtpi- 
ffniimp from (T«f irrofiai. Others render ' sheltered,' from axlwa. 

1. 11:. SpcoTtpot, 'of the mountain;' for the termination, cp.iypi- 
Ttpal, flijAiirtpM, ifUrtpoi. 

I. aij. M«X£€v, ■ charmed.' 

1. 317. Their master (ounf) always brings Ihem "tit-bits for ihcir 

appetite 1' so tua w^tjffaloTo flu/iuK, Od. 19. 199. 

1. 335. n^iB. iwBviT.. ' nearest and dearesL' 
1. 531. K&Xti, ■ bade them in.' 

1. 134. The proper name for this mess (here called ititm) is mixiCiv, 
aainf.v.igo. Cp. II- 11.61+. xW^^^'y^l'^w.' 
1. 338. Join itttTi .. HpYV"- 
I. J4I. HpXttTO, cp. Od. 9. 331. 

1. 341. irap-fpaX«v. ' threw beside them.' 

1. 347. p<^aXi]|iJvot, as if from form So^ia. for the perfect pass. 0' 
ffiXIUU is e'fl^ijt^™- Cp. fiifloX^aro, II. 9. 3, 

i. 140- i,yaavi\)Ai' '((p.. Ht. 'were amnied as we questioned.' wlieie 
ire aboald sty, ' questioned tanv'w • ' 



ODVssEr, X. 327 

1. 262, Afi^ 8i [sa fidK6fAri¥] T6£a, * and across my shoulders I threw 
my bow and arrows/ 

1. 263. •t\v&y€a, § 21. 3. 

1. 264. d)&^OTlpiQo%, sc. x^P^^f Od. 5. 428. 

1. 265 «0d. 2.362. 

1. 268. ToCoScort, Od. 2. 47, 'with these men here;' the trapoi who 
had not gone to Circe's house, a&v, tuorum. 

L 273. lirXcTO, aor. viKopai, cf. Od. 2. 364, properly refers back to 
the moment of Eurylochus* story. Trans. * is come upon me.' 

1. 279. vpC^Tov *irT|vi?pTi, [pvfivrj properly the part below the mouth ; 
then, the hair thereon], * just bearded.' Cp. Virg. Aen. 9. 181 
Ora puer prima stgnans intonsa iuventa, 

L 280 sOd. 2. 302. 

1. 281. 8i\ aWf one syllable, § 4. 3. 

L 282. oUk, < yonder/ pointing to Circe's hoose. 

L 283. IpxoTOi, Od. 9. 221. 

L 288. dXaXxciv, £p. aor. from root dX/c., which occurs in form dX^^o;, 
'to ward off,' generally with dat., as dX. rf^taai irvp, XL 9. 347 ; here with 
genit, Kpdrbi {ledpa), 

L 290. KVKcAs«v«cci)ya, see sup. v. 235. 

L 295. ^irat^oi, (inf. for imperat., as v. 297 dvay^crSai, v. 299 xiKe- 
tftfeu), * rush upon her.' 

L 298. a\n6v'Balrr6v <rt, * and may intreat you well yourself/ 

1. 299. |uucdpcov SpKov, * the oath of the blessed Gods/ i. e. the oath 
which the Gocb take, sc. by Styx. Cp. Od. 2. 337. See the similar act 
of Calypso, Od. 5. 184. Others translate, * by the Gods,' deos obiestata. 

L 300«0d. 5. 179. 

L 301. &iroYV|tvw9lvTa =s 'disarmed,* so fffxydt drtp xSpvOSt re tcai 
Amrtiht, II. 21. 50. 

L 303. ^tNnv, here (like ^v^) * its appearance/ 

L 304. Icmc, § 17. 6. 

L 305. Oiol KoXlovox is a phrase that may imply that it is a poetical 
or an old-fashioned word. Cp. UXayxTds t&m 7c 9t(k fidxapei teoKiovai, 
Od. 12. 61. See also II. i. 403; 2.814; 14. 291; 20. 74. 

L 309- 4^1 § 23. 3. 

L 316. hirr^ is the reading of most editions, an older form is Umut 
from MwoM, so ytpou, Od. 11. 136. 

L 318. ov8l ft* c9., * and she failed to charm me/ 

L 320. X^o, § 20. 3, from X^tw, [root AEX], * lie down.' 

L 323. virl8pa|M, 1. e. * ran crouching under his sword-arm and so 
dasped his knees.' 

1. 325* T^ ir6Btv; quis bominum [et] undef 

L 327. The force is not changed by the doubled oiSi, One neg. goes 
to the verb and one to negative the dfxxot. 



328 NOTES. 

I. 338. Es He ittxi Kill &|iCLi|(. The full phrase would be u! o[ Ij 
M. vpStr. d^f^Toi idBt ^wpM-. ' and whose leeth these dings have c 
passed.' Perhaps we might render a/ui^tTiu, ' lets pass / so that I: 
verbs may have the same subject. 

L 330. iroXirpoiros, see Od. 1. r. 

1.333- flio^PoC, -put up thy Ewoid in its sheath.' 

1. 334. JinPi(o|uv, q). Od. 6, j6j, 

I. 335- irimi£flii(«¥ = «7toWu;i€>'. 

1. 337. irws yip |t( KAtaL ; ' Why, how caast tbou bid maf 
inf. V. 38,1. siKtai, tWO syllables. 

■■ 339- auriy, sc. lu. 

U-.5-43. 3M = 0'i- 5-178.179- 

1.348. Tiu-B, 'meanwhile.' 

I. 349. fam, i 23, 4. 

1. 3S1- •'« IJ^iSt. SeeonOd. ii.iS. 

1.353. XiTa, see Od.i.:3o. 

L360. t*<nr<v, £{<», 'boiled.' 

I. 3G1. to-oira, particip. from aor. (lira, 'I 
■ Having sealed me in a bath, she washed n 
from] a great tripod-basin, [pouting it] down 
after she had mixed it to a nice 
fancy,' used predicatively with ki 
another form of \ovw, 

1. 3G3, Joio <{i[XiTO fuluv, ' till she had taken the hea 
weariness from my limbs.' 

1. 364. \W iXnitf, OiJ. 3. 466, 

U. 364.36s = f>d. 3. 466, 467. 

I. 366. Art Si begins the apodosis. 

II. 36a-3J» = Od. I. 136-140. 
1. 3;8. Imn ivavSip, 'like a dumb m 
I. 383. tIs y^p ■» iv^ip; ' Why, what man who was right-n 

could heal to taste meat and diink before he had rescued bis comrad< 

1. 384. irplv . . irplv = anlt . . qtiam. 

I. 385. XwravBai (mid. voice), of Odysseus rescuing his comrades 
himidj: XOot>v (active, v. 387), of Circe doing it for Odysseus. Si 
Chjysea, Kvaiiuvot BvyaTpa, and of Agamemnon, i^ 3' 'T" "fi ^mbu 



1st thou hid QM^I 

«t' (roofEO), mi 
e from [i.e. with wi 
ver head and should 
what suits 
iperf. froi^ 

hearttfl 



. 13. ag- 

1. 386- 
161. 



i. irpi^tp- K»X«v<w, ' dost bid rae with all thine heart,' sec 01 



■p., i. e., ' passed through the hall and went out ol 
which the baleful drag had niade to glow ther 



L 388. Bi" Ik |i 
1. 393. 4» -wpli 

L 3p^. * They clung to my hands . . each one 
'nndinto thebearts of a\\dmesVo\ea.V«oA«i 



ODYSSEY, X. 329 

1. 398. l|Mp. T^s is like ' tears of joy ;' y6o$ implies the noise of 
crying, and not only the feeling in the heart 

L 403. To draw a ship up on land implied the intention of a long 
stay. * Bring all your stores to grottos and place them therein/ if we 
read |y air, ircAa^. The reading KHifmra ik o'ln^.a' Bring them to the 
grottos, and all the ship's tackling {HvXa)* 

1. 405. l^voi, inf. for imperat 

L 409. Kard . . xioyra%, 

L 410. * And as when the calves in the homestead aroimd the drove of 
cows that have come back to the fold-yard when they have had their fill 
of grass * — (here the verb in the conjunct, after St* iy should come in, 
bat the construction changes after the parenthesis and goes on with the 
simple indicative) — *they all leap together before them, nor can the 
pcDs hold them, but with loud lowing they nm round their mothers ; so 
they, when they saw me, threw themselves upon me, with tears* — 
h'^'^o, like dfupUxvpro, used with accus., Od. 16. 214) — 'and their 
feeling seemed to be just as if they were come to their home and the 
very city of rugged Ithaca.' 

1425. oTpvvcaOc . . Sirco-Ocu., 'make haste to accompany me;' so 
inpivovT Uvan, Od. 17. 183. 

L 427. c-irqcTavdv, *good store,* Od. 6. 86. 427 = Od. 7. 99. 

1.430 = Od. 4. 77. 

1.431. ir^cr* t|ji€v; * "Whither are we going?' So ttiw, ist plur. from 
cr^u, Od. a. 127. 

1. 432. KaroptjiJicvcu., the epexegesis of kokSiv ron&rojy. See p. 228, 
ad fin. 

1. 433. iroffjacTOi, L e. vot^crfTai, § 3. 4, with k€v, < who will make us 
all either swine or wolves or lions, so that perforce we should have to 
keep ward at Circe's house,* cf Od. 7. 93. ms ircp K. cp£c seems to take 
up only the teal dvdyKp, * all against our own will, even as the Cyclops 
treated us,' (Ip8<w). But fy^\ or Ip^*, might come from l^pyo), *shut 
us up.* 

L 435. ot |i4<r(ravXov, * bis inner court.* 
. 1. 437. Tovrow, sc. *Oivaa4a)9. 

h 440. T$ ol A,iror\jA\ias, * having therewith smitten off his head, near 
kinsman though he was, to dash it to the ground.' t$, sc. ^t^ci. 

1. 442 = 0d. 9. 493. 

L 444. vi\a IpvoOot, ' to guard the ship.' 444= Od. 9. 194. 

1. 45i«Od. 4. 50. 

1* 453* ^p^MivavT6 T* ccdvTa, ' and recognised each other, face to 
face.' 

1. 457. OoX. Y^ov, • a burst of sorrow,* on the analogy of 0a\, Sdnpy. 

1. 463. io-KcXIcs [aiciWcJt *to dry'] koI dOvfioi, * withered and spirit- 
less.' 



IfOTES. 
L 465. iiril'Ni, two syllables, § 4. 3. ■ntinaSt for vftovOTt, i.e. 

L 467. TtXHT^pBv. see on Od. 4. 86. 

L 46g. mpl . . iTpnirov, ' returned on their course,' so us to b^in anew. 
I The next line seems to have been interpolated from Hes. Theog. Sg. 

1. 471. Siu)i^nos, properly, 'a man posEiessed,' a term used to describe 
anjione whose conduct seems extraordinary. Here meajiing ' demented.' 
as proved by his forgetfulness of home. 

I. 481. Yoi^v^i 'by her knees,' so MaaiaSai Zijrdi, 'by ZeuE.' The 
phrase is suggested by the ordinary yoinai fiBTfoeai. 

L 48G. i^' (|il, simply, 'around me.' 

1.41)1. iinuvi^, 'dread,' an epithet only of Persephone, is righlly 
interpreted by Scholiast aa—atr^. Buttmann I^xil. s. v. would wrilc 
i*' aiyij, • and dread P. beiides.' Others regard the word as = imniifi^, 
'renowned,' like (Stou^, Od. 11. aij. 

1. 493. pidvTT|D«, from fuIi-Tii, as irilAijai from wi^t. Others read 
/ifWioi, which requires o^fiou or dAdoo. 

' To whom P. granted his wits even after death, alone [of all 
the dead] to have his senses, while Ibef flit as phantoms.' 

1. 495. o'lf attracted into case of rif, irtirvfkrflM, perf. from nli. 

U.496-499-Od. 4. 538-541. 

1. 499. KvXivE>6|uv<>t, Od. 4. £43. 

1. soj. 'Aifios, sc aana. The forms 
sitate a form of the nom. 'Att. 

1. 506. Join Avd Ttvi&imm, ' having spread aloft.' 

'■ 507. ijirfloi, inf. for imper. im fffFQin, almost = ' future." Cp. sup, 
M88.0d. 1.396. 

1. 508. 'HiMovJa is represented as a rivet encircling the whole expanse 

of land and sea. When the earth is represented on the ^eld oi 

Achilles (H. 18), the ocean-stream forms the rim of the shield. Il was 

I perhaps separated by a bank from the sea round which it Bowed. 

1 in this bank there may have been one or two openings. At any 
i, when this stream was crossed {wipSf) the traveller was beyond the 
I confines o£ the world, and the dtiii Xiix«a od the further side belonged 
to the kingdom of Hades. 

1. 509. For Xdx<ui. (v. 1. ixix"")! ^'^ "" '-*''■ 9' ' '^■ 

L 511. Kihcnu (I 19. a), inf. for impeiat Here begins the apodosis 
to <i>A' iw67' St. 

1. 51.^. nvpKti. T* ^vin KmKvrii T«. The grammarians call this 
arrangement of the plural verb with a singular subjei^t preceding and 
following, the axilla 'AXkiuo-ikAv, as if it were common in Alcmin's 
writings. So in II, j. 774 



, and 3i3i dat., neces- 



ODYSSETy X. 331 

1. 515. S^ irOTa|&^, according to Schol., the meeting of the Cocytus 
and Pyriphlegethon, whose united waters flow into Acheron, 

L 517. Scov T€ mryovcrvov, for the constr., see Od. 9. 322. mry. adj. 
from myonff ' a cubit in length and breadth.' 

1. 518. d|i4* a^^ 84, 'and round the edge thereof pour a drink- 
offering for all the dead.' 

L 521. YowoOoOoi, with double meaning of supplication and promise, 
viz. that you will perform {fii^tiv) a sacrifice. 

I. 533. ia^XQiv, 'treasures,' lit. 'good things.* 

1. 524. dtrdvcvOcvB ' apart from the rest.' oC(p, * for himself alone.' 

1. 526. XCcTQ, I aor. subj. Xia<rofmi, cum vero supplicaveris, 

I. 527. For the gender OtjXw {i^aivav, see on Od. 4. 406. 'Turning 
the -victim towards the nether-darkness,' not vnth head stretched back 
and looking upwards, as in sacrificing to the Gods above, ' and do thou 
thyself turn away ' — (not to pry into such mysteries) — * moving towards 
the stream of the river (Oceanos).' He is to look back from the &Kiii 
Xdxcm of V. 509, in the direction of the world of the living, aaoss the 
ocean-stream over which he has now passed. 

L 531. dv^oi, aor. from di^dtryw. 

1.53a. Kojr6.KWT\ai]^jacent, the ordinary reading (KariHur*) is un- 
intelligible. From irdpoiffi the construction passes into the accus. and 
iofin. in ^^ipaanoM Karcucrjat, 

L 537. nplv T. irti6c<r6ai, ' Suffer not the shades to come near to the 
blood [in the trench] till thou hast enquired of Teiresias.' 

IL 539» 540= Od. 4. 389, 390. 

n. 543-545 = 0d. 5. 230-232. 

L 548. dcftTciTf, probably as Buttm., only as a strengthened form of 
&I/U, 'to breathe;' spoken of the deep breathing of sleep. Others, 
fiom the use of dcwrov, * flower,' or ' prime,' interpret it by dirav^/f€Tc, 
' coll the flower of sleep,' like the tnolUs carpere somnos, Virg. Georg. 

3. 435. 
1. 551* The second o{tB^ goes closely vrith Mev, tie ahbine quidem. 

L 554. &t here seems to be the demonstr., bic quidem. 

|y 8^|uun. To enjoy the cool air he lay down on the flat roof. 
Starting up suddenly, he forgot to descend 'by going to the long ladder,' 
these last words forming the important clause. 

L 556. Kivv|Ji4vo>v, from iclvvfMi, another form ofieiyoOfjuu, 

L 559. Koravrucpv is written in some edd. as one word— ' right down 
from.' Others join /eara riy€oi, and make AirriKpb the adv. qualifying 
«l<rcr. Join c^cdyii) as in 1^ abx^va d^ri, II. 5. 161. 

L 56a. ' Ye are thinking, may be, to return.' The mid. indie, of <f»rffji 
is rare. Cp. Od. 6. 200. 

L 563. -fiiilv . . xpilcrofAlvotis, see on 532, sup. 

L 567. Join iford with 'l{4|icvoi=f(a9c(6|A€voi, ox XsJ^'t '^ ^^^^snsS!^. 



33^ NOTES. 

Others join /caravOi, as itaT6wtff$t, irapouiOi, y^ » iy6aa¥, 3rd pin 
imperf . of yodoa. 

1. 568= sup. V. ao2. 

1. 571. Join iraf>ol vi|l Katl8i|<rev with 0ijk. /iiXaiv. Cp. sup. v. 537. 

olxofAlvT|, ' having left us/ i. e. unpercdved, as the following wore 
explain, * having easily slipped away from us.' 



BOOK XI. 

1. 4. * We tpok and put on ship-board those (sup. lo. 572) sheep.' 

ipi|<ra, transitive aor. from 0aiyo), 

1. 5=0d. 10.570. 

1. 8 = 0d. 10.136. 

1. 9. irovi|ad|Acvoi SirXa, ' having set in order the tackling.' Cp. 0< 
9. 250. 

1. io = Od. 9. 78. 

Lit. iravT||tcpCT|s, used adverbially with voirroirop., ' as she moved ov( 
the waters all day long.' 

1. 13. ircCpara 'XlKcavoto, *the bounding-line [of the world] formed I 
the ocean-stream ;* so dofiiwjv /ev/ia, * the wave caused by the winds,' 0< 

13- 99- 

1. 14. Kt|i|MpCa»v ir^is . . KCKaXti}&}ilvoi. ConstrucHo ad sensum. S< 
on inf. V. 91. 

1. 15. ifj^pt, *mist.' i5 = 0d. 8. 562. 

1. 18. &ir' ovpav^Ocv, see Od. 10. 351, c2t &\a8c, where either termin 
tion or preposition is superfluous. 

1. 19. Join cirl . . t^totgu.. 

1. ao = Od. 9. 546. 

1. 21. iraf>ol ^60 V, 'along the stream.' 

1. 22. ^p(io-c, sc. in Od. 10. 516. 

I. 24. <fo7(ov, perhaps *held them' till Odysseus was ready to sh 
them, as in v. 35. Al. • brought them.' 

II. 25-37. See Od. 10. 517-530. 

1. 35. aiT€8€tpoT. €8 p60pov, * cut their throats [for the blood to rui 
into the trench.' Cp. t^rjka Ifpivttu h miyda, II. 23. 148. 

I. 37. €£ 'Ep«'p€vs, § 4. 1. 

II. 38-43. Cp. Virg. Georg. 4. 471, foil., and Aen. 6. 306, fo 
These verses have been rejected by many ancient and modem comme 
tators, as being inconsistent with the following account of the ghos 
coming up one by one. 

1. 40. ovTdp,€voi. These participles are best described as from tl 
syncopated aorist, § 20. 4, with a passive signification. Cp. /crdfitvi 
Od. 22. 412; (iA.iTi7/A€yos, Od. 4. 807. O&ers regard them as pe: 



ODYSSEY^ XI. ^ 333 

pass, forms with change of accent, because they have passed in usage 
from verbs into adjectives. 

I. 42. ot iroWol I^oCtwv, 7»f cuiveniebani frequentes. 

II. 44-50=Od. 10. 531-537- 

1. 51, Elpenor appeared first, because, his corpse [so a&fta always in 
Homer] having remained unburied, he could not go down SSfiov "AXlhi 
€Mr«. Cf. Virg. Aen. 6. 337-339. 

L 5&. • Thou wast quicker coming [Iclfy in best MSS. instead of 4^} 
here on foot than I with my black ship.' ^Odvciv implies a comparative 
notion, and so is followed by fj, as sometimes fioijkofMi, See inf. 
489. 

1. 6o«Od. 10.504. 

L 61. Ace, dAio, The form dacra occurs Od. 10. 68. Miv^arot 
here refers to the excessive quantity, as in the phrase Kp4a davtra. See, 
for ddia<l>., Buttm. Lexil. s. v. 

I. 62. KaraX^Yitcvos, § 20. 4. See on 10. 555-560. 

II. 63-65 = 0d. 10. 558-560. 

1. 66. Tuv ^iriOcv, rightly the Schol. KaraXcktififiivajv oUoif further 
explained by the words ov impcdvTojy. Trans. * And now I beseech thee 
by [genit. as in Od. a. 68] those we have left behind, not here with us.* 

L 70. crxtjaeis vtja, Od. 10. 91. 

1. 72. KaToKeCirciv, inf. for imperat., as in w. 74, 75. , 

1. 73. voo>4>urOcls, • turning away fixjm me.* So vo(T<f>l(TaTo, inf. 
▼.425. 

L 76. &v8pds StKrrfjvoio does not follow the case of /xot, but depends 
directly upon a^fjui, * the* tomb of an unhappy man,* as a monument to 
all posterity ; lit, * even for posterity to hear of.* Od. 3. 204. 

1. 81. arvytpoun, * sad.* So inf. v. 465. 

1. 82. dvcvOcv €^* aifMiTt ttorx«v, * holding away from myself over the 
blood.* Odysseus sits on the side of the pit nearest to the living world, 
and holds out his sword at arm's length. 

1. 83. It^p<d6cv is the side of the pit nearest to Erebus. 

1. 88. irpOT^pTiv tf&cv irplv irvOloOat = an/« accedere quant sctscitatus 
essem. vporiprp^ . . irpXv, like irfkv . . vplv. 

1. 89 = Od. 10. 537. 

1. 91. y^fiwjwy, two syllables, txav agreeing with TaptffSas implied in 
Tct. ^x4 • constructio ad sensutn. See sup. v. 14. 

1. 94. ((XvOfS 54pa tS-Q, subjunct. after aor. tense, because in sense it = 
ikiiKvBa: 

1. 97. &vaxaar., * having retreated.' Join |C4>os €YKaTlTn|Ja, * But he, 
that faultless seer, when he had drunk the dark blood, then accosted me.* 

1. 100. 8C{t)ai for Sl(rfaat. For a siniilar dropping of a, cp. the forms 
fi4fi\rfai, fUfjarrjat. * Thou enquirest after a pleasant return, Odysseus ; 
but, the God will make it a hard one for you.' 



I 



^854 imrss. 

1. lOJ. ^ira.v, EC. «, 'that thou wilt go unnoticed or P." S, i.e. JtaB" 
i, propliria pmd, ' because he hath stored up wmth in his heart against 
you, but still for all that [koI 6i, even thus], though suffering troubles, 
you may yet come home.' For S so used, cp. Od. la. agg. Others 
dakE it equivalent to ti, which occurs in the corresponding line, Od. 
'3. 34'- 

1. 107. flpivonti], a legendary island, not to be confounded with Sidly, 
which was called Trinacria from its three promontories (rpcu axjia). 
Tht name may have some allusion 10 the trident (Bptraf) of Poseidon, 
SeeOd. la. lay. 

1. loS. (Cpi|Ti, conjunctive after omrSTt let, sup. v, I06. I 

I. 110. 'Now if yoQ leave them nnhirnied Jo&fai, $ 4. 3) and keep j 
the thought of your return in mind, then you may still resch Ilhua.' I 
Uuft for tdpi, from taai, 1 

1.113. ' And should you yourself escape, you will come there late, in 
wretched plight, having lost all your comrades,' v*Iat, 1 sing, pres. 
from vioiuu or yda/iai, which contain a future notion like *f/ii. In Oil. 
13. 1S8, we have vhtoi. 

II. JI4, 115-Od, 9. S34-53S' 

1. I »o. itT*£v>Q», conjunct, of aor. ticruva. 

L lar. tp)c«rS<Ui infin. for imperat., as dToirTcf)Civ and fpttir. inf. I. 
13a, To come to the country of men unacquainted with salt seems to 
be a poetical way of saying, ' when you have quietly settled down inland, 
far away from the sea," the only source of salt known to the ancients. 

1, 137. The token by which Odysseus would know that he had 
reached the place was that a man of the country would meet him, and 
show his utter ignorance ot sea life by mistaking an oar for a vrinnowing- 

I. Ii3. ^1], { 23. 5. ixtiM, EC. ai. The apodosis begins with lol 

1. 131, (mpilTopa, 'the mate.' 

1. l33-Od.4. 479, 

1. 134. SiivaTOt i£ aXdi, 'a death far away from the sea.' So li 
Karvoi, Od. i5, a88. Others join iMiiotro. ff oAJi, ■ shall come upon 
you from the sea,' whidi agrees with the later legend that Odysseus 
was slain by Telegonus (his son by Circe) who, not recognising his 
father, shot at and mortally wounded huo with a spear lipped with a 
fish-bone, as if the sea would be his foe to the hist. But this agre«s less 
well with ojSAi]xpM="miId,' from root Bao«, i.e. iiXok, as in ia»Mi-ii. 

1, 135. For Toioj, see on Od. 1. tot). 

itKitn,' which shall slay thec when pressed by the burden of a fair 
oM age.' 

^, lit. 'sleek' or ' shining.' For ipiHi.. see on Od. 6.). 



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ODYSSEY^ XI. 335 

1. T44. rdv liirra, rhv predicate =tovtoi' l^i^ra, • how she can recog- 
nise me as being the man [I really am].' Cp. c^ vit (pfjcri rhv €tvai, Od. 

33. "^« 
L 147. Sv Tiva . . lvCi|;ci, quemcunque mortuorum sanguinem aeeedere 

siveris, is tibi vera renutiHahit (for 6 Z\ introducing the apodosis, cp. 

Od. 1 2. 41), euicunque veto denegaveris, is Hbi rursus revertetur, 

I. 151. Join Kord cXc£cv. 

1. 153. Iy^^> sc* ^M^* 

w. 157-159 are suspicious, as being inconsistent with w. 502, 508^ 

513- 

1. 160. Join &X^|Uvos iFoXtW XP^<^- 

L 161. The case of vrjl . . Mpois is the regular instrumental dat. » ' by 
means of.' 

1. 166. 'AxotCSos, CAxcu^O* sc- 79s» Peloponnesus. i^i{s-ij/Ur€p(u, 

1. 171. Tdvi|XcY^os, Od. 2. 100. 

1. 174. cliri irarpds, *tell me of my father/ on analogy of v€60€O$eu, 

L 175. yipas, here=* the sovereignty.* 

1. 183. ' Videtur nimirum prius oppetiisse AnAclea quam Penelope* proei 
ambiretU, Ulyssisque facidtates diriperent^ Lowe. 

1. 185. r€|jilvcd, § 3. 4, the royal demesnes. 8alrat, /v.r.X., * banquets 
which it is meet that a judge should enjoy, for all invite him.' A king 
was, by right of his position, a judge also. 

L 186. oXcyvvciv, properly, *to take trouble about,* *be interested in.* 
This description of Telemachus is hardly reconcilable with the fact that 
he could not have been more than fourteen years of age at this time. 

1. 187. iraTtjp, * Laertes.* a^60t defined by ^yp^, * in the country.' 

1. 188. cival, used predicatively, * nor has he by way of bedding.* 

L 190. X^H^^t * through the winter.* 

1. 191. ctrat, perf. pass, in med. sense from tvyv/u. 

1. 193. yowdv &X(0T)S, Od. 1. 193. ol pcpX'fja/nu, ' are laid for him.* 

1. 195. &c{ct fA^a, 'makes his sorrow grow big, and old age besides 
(kvl) is come upon him.' 

L 201. ' Robs the limbs of life.' c{cCX., aorist of custom. 

1. 202. The key-word of the sentence is ird^ot, the sense of which is 
carried on both to fi^f/Sea and dycafo<pp. Trans. * But regret for thee, and 
[for] thy counsels, and [for] thy tenderness.* As if it were, * and thy 
counsels [now lost to me] and thy tenderness [so much missed].' 

1. 205. Cp. Virg. Aen. 2. 792 foil. 

Ter conatus ibi collo dare hraccbia eircum: 
Ter frtistra comprensa manus ejfugit imago. 
Par levibus vends volucrique simUlima^mno, 

L 207. ciKcXov, adverbial zsTaov, inf. v. 577. 

1. 208. Ycvco-KCTo, § 17. 6. KT|p66i, § 12. 2 {a). 



3l6 NOTES. 

• whole length " of the rope from end to end. With the a 
T ipyaiar, qj. Od. 9. 315, 

L 169. xoTaXoifaSfta, the older spelling, according to Eustnth. Others 
read icaTaXo<|iiBiii, with the short syllable lengthened melri grai. 
Odysseas tied the creature's legs together and put his head through, so 
the deer hung down behind from his neck. 

1. 171. Wpn, 'one hand,' i.e. the ' olbir,' in reference to the hand 
that held the spear. 

1. 1^3. vt^. S 11. 6. Iratpous . . dvEpa cKaoTov. cf. Od. 1. 353. 15S. 

L 176. 3*ptt. sc iorli-, ' so long as there Is.' In this address the nuun 
clause begins d\K' Syirt, but the sentence that gives the reason is put 
first, sc. ou yip m. Cp. inf. w. 190, 193, 116. 

1. 179. JEKoXvi^. They had coveted their heads in their soirow. CI. 
Od. 8. 85, ga. 

I. i8i = Od.4.47, 

Li8i-Od. 1. !6l. 

U. 183-187-Od.g. ss6-s6o. 

1. i88 = Od. 9. 171. 

I. iSg^Cd. la. ijt. 

II. 190-191. ii^ot and i^Hn, ' west and east,' and more nearlj' defiaed 
by the following oii5* Stfq . - dwelTai (i. e. ditu'cirtu from SfivioiMu)- 

1. 195. iripi .. toTiitowaTiti.i^' rings round,' 'surrounds.' 

1. 196. aMi, in opposition to the high ground, axorltj. 

1, 301. dX\' oil Y^p^' but [all in vain], for no good came l^tlieir 
weeping." 

1. J09. d|i|u, 5 15. I. ' They found in the glens Circe's house bw 
polished stones, on open ground,' i.e. with clear view all round: 1 
tntiirttp from fft^sro/iai. Others render 'sheltered,' from a*lwBi, 

1. III. opto-TtpaL, ' of the mountain ;' for the termination, q>. irf/i- 
Ttpot, 6r/\ijTtpot, ^fiiripot. 

1. J13. <9<X£cv. ■ charmed.' 

1. 317. Their master (ii«if) always brings them 'tit-bits for thor 
appetite ;' so Ira irAijCTnJai-o flufiiii-, Od. 19. 199. 

1. H5. irf|B. iccBvi(t., ' nearest and dearest.' 

1. 331. KilXfi, ' bade them in.' 

1. 134. The proper name for this mess (here called inTot) is 11 
M inf. V. 390. Cp. II. n. 63^. x**'p^'=' yellow.' 

I. ajS. Join Ko-fd .. lipyw. 

L 341. jipx*'*' <T' ^^- 9' '"■ 

I. 143. imp-ZPaXiv. ' threw beside them.' 

I. 347. PtpoXnJiJvoi, BS if from fonn 6o\liu. for the perfect p 
fi6X\« is B'^Kit^iro,. Cp. fl.Bo\^oTo. II. 9. 3, 

i. 34p. Ayaaa&f.^' *£»p.. lit- ' were amnied as we questioned,' wlwrt 
re should say, 'questioned binvw 



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ODYSSEY^ X. 327 

1. 262. &|i4l 8) [sc. fidK6fjapf] r^a, * and across my shoulders I threw 
my bow and arrows/ 

1. 263. T|V(&Yca, § 21. 3. 

1. 264. d)&^OT4pQo%, sc. x^P^^t Od. 5. 428. 

1. 265 »0d. 2.362. 

1. 268. ToCoScort, Od. 2. 47, *with these men here;' the trapoi who 
had not gone to Circe's house, a&v, tuorum. 

1. 273. lirXfTO, aor. viKofuu, cf. Od. 2. 364, properly refers back to 
the moment of Eurylochus' story. Trans. ' is come upon me.' 

1. 2 79. irp^&Tov inn\y^Ynii [P'f^vrj properly the part below the mouth ; 
then, the hair thereon], * just bearded.' Cp. Virg. Aen. 9. i8i 
Ora puer prima dgnans itUonsa iuventa, 

L 280 ^Od. 2. 302. 

1. 281. 8i\ aW, one syllable, § 4. 3. 

L 282. oUk, * yonder,' pointing to Circe's house. 

L 283; Ipxfvnu, Od. 9. 221. 

L 288. ^XoXkciv, £p. aor. from root &Kk., which occurs in form dX^^w, 
' to ward off,' generally with dat., as dx, vii^aai irvp, JL 9. 347 ; here with 
genit, Kpdrbi {xipa). 

L 290. KVK^ 's^ievKtSfva, see sup. v. 235. 

L 295. cirat{ai, (inf. for imperat., as v. 297 dvav^vacrBtu, v. 299 K4\t' 
c$ai)t * rush upon her.' 

1. 298. airi^saobrSv o-c, ' and may intreat you well yourself.' 

1. 299. luucdpfiDv SpKOv, ' the oath of the blessed Gods,' i. e. the oath 
which the Gods take, sc. by Styx. Cp. Od. 2w 337. See the similar act 
of Calypso, Od. 5. 184. Others translate, * by the Gods,' deos obiestata. 

1. 300 sOd. 5. 179. 

L 301. &iroYV|i,vw9lvTa s 'disarmed,' so ftpydt drtp xSpvOSt re /cal 
imriSot, H. 21. 50. 

1. 303. ^Wiv, here (like ^v^) ' its appearance.' 

I. 304. {(TKc, § 17. 6. 

L 305. Oiol KoXiown is a phrase that may imply that it is a poetical 
or an old-fashioned word. Cp. UXayKTcLt tom 7c $€ol inkicapc Kdkiovoi, 
Od. 12. 61. See also II. i. 403; 2.814; i4* ^9^* 30. 74. 

L 309. <jta, § 23. 3. 

L 316. Sfiff is the reading of most editions, an older form is S^irou, 
from d^vot, so yfipou, Od. 11. 136. 

1. 318. oW |i.' cO., * and she failed to charm me.* 

L 320. X^o, § 20. 3, from \iyw, [root A£X], * lie down.' 
1* 333. vir48pa|tc, i. e. * ran crouching under his sword-arm and so 
dasped his knees.' 
L 325. tCs ir69cv; quis bormnum [e/] undej 
1. 327. The force is not changed by the doubled oh^L One neg. goes 

to the verb and one to negative the dXXot. 



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NOTES. 


■ 


■ Ljii. 


St K. «(d Kol iiw.J', The ftill phrase would be «.; o! 


;jp™ 


^* M. BjiaT. iiul^r/Tai litt ^ji., ' and whose teeth these drags havi 




p^™l/ 


Perhaps we mieht render djitb^Tai, • lets pass ;" so llial both 


veilHiiia 


.y have the same subject. 




h 33°- 






1. 333- 


«o = floB, ■ put up thy sword in its sheath.' 




1. 33). 


«np.£oH,«, cp. Od. 6. j6i. 




1.33S. 






1- 33!. 


■nili Yif in uttiM i ■ Why, how canst thoQ bid me ? ' 


Cp. 


_ mf... j! 


..;. itiKtai, two syllables. 




■ I. 339. 


a.irrAv. sc fu. 




■ 11. 


. 344=Od. 5. 178- 179. 




■ 1. 


riuis, 'meanwhile.' i 




■ 1. 349. 


iooi, 5 23. 4. 


^^^1 


■ 1. 


^laXoGt. SeeonOd. II. iS. 




■ 1. 333. 


Xixa, seeOd. 1. 130. 


^H 


■ 1. 360. Ii»«v. Ci". ■ hoiled.' 




m I. 3'!. 


Iffocra, particip. from aor. tlira. ' I set ' (root'Efl). TmmH 


■Having 


seated me in a bath, she washed me from [i.e. with 




from] a 


great tripod-basin, [pouring it] down owr head and shouldeis. 


after she had miiurd it to a nice warmth ;' lit. Ba/i^pit. ' what suii 


a tbe 


fancy.' used predicatively with xt/^oaan. Xo' for IXor. imperf. from \ia. 


anoUier form of Xoriru. 




1. 363. 


Join iJftXn-o -yvtuv, ' till she had taken the heart-breaking 


weariness from iny limbs.' 




1.364- 


\l^- i\„im. Od. 3. 4«- 


1 


n. 36+. 365=0^-. 1-466. 467- 




I. 366. 


■tcrt Si begins the apodosis. 


M 


n. 368-372 -od. 1. 136-140, 




1. 37a. 


Itroi QYOu&p, 'like a dumb man.' 




1- 383. 


tCi -yip K« iv^p i • Why, what man who was right-n 




could bear to taste meat and drink before he had rescoed his comn 




1. 384. 


Ttplv . . irplv = ante . . quam. 


wM 


1. 385. 


Xuowrfii'- (naid. voice), of Odysseus rescuing his comrad 




H«s(Jf; 


XOffOV (active, v. 387), of Circe doing il for Odysseus. 


^S^ 


Chryses, 


\va6iiuios BirfaTpa, and of Agamemnon, t^v 8' ^70; d£ \i, 


™,a 


I. 13, ^9 

1. 386. 


irpifip. ■tXri^is. ' dost bid me with all thine beart,' see 


mOd. 


i- i6i- 


Bi' U (i. p«p., i. e.. ' passed through the hall and went out of it.' 


1' 393- 


Ss irptv, ' which the baleful drug had made to grow thereon 


befdre.- 






1-397- 


■ They clung to my hands . . each one of them.' cp. Od. 3 






the hearts of all Itete aloVe a tender sorrow.' 


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ODYSSEY, X. 329 

L 398. t|up. <Y^ is like ' tears of joy ;' y6o9 implies the noise of 
dying, and not only the feeling in the heart 

L 403. To draw a ship up on land implied the intention of a long 
stay. * Bring all your stores to grottos and place them therein/ if we 
lead iy aw. ir«Xa(, The reading tcrfifmra Sk trvrj.^'Bnng them to the 
grottos, and all the ship's tackling (5irAa).* 

L 405. Uvoi, inf for imperat. 

1. 409. KaroL . . x^ovTOt. 

L 410. ' And as when the calves in the homestead around the drove of 
cows that have come back to the fold-yard when they have had their fill 
of grass * — (here the verb in the conjunct, after 5t* Av should come in, 
bat the construction changes after the parenthesis and goes on with the 
simple indicative) — *they all leap together before them, nor can the 
pens hold them, but with loud lowing they nm round their mothers ; so 
they, when they saw me, threw themselves upon me, with tears' — 
txyrro, like d/ufnixwro, used with accus., Od. 16. 214) — *and their 
feeling seemed to be just as if they were come to their home and the 
wiy city of rugged Ithaca/ 

L 425. &Tpvvca9« . . {trtoOca, 'make haste to accompany me/ so 
in^ovr* Uvcu, Od. 17. 183. 

L 437. cinf|CTavdv, *good store,* Od. 6. 86. 427 = Od. 7. 99. 

L430=Od. 4. 77. 

1.431. v6(r' t|icv; * Whither are we going?' So f/ttv, ist plur. from 
^/u, Od. a. 127. 

1. 433. Karap'^ip.cvai, the epexegesis of McucSfy roi^cur. See p. 228, 
ad fin. 

1* 433* irovfyretxut i e. iroi^ariTat, § 3. 4, with fctv, * who will make us 
all either swine or wolves or lions, so that perforce we should have to 
keep ward at Circe's house/ cf. Od. 7. 93. &s ircp K. cp{c seems to take 
up only the ttal dydyKjf, * all against our own will, even as the Cyclops 
treated us,' (UpScj). But !/>£*, or tpf, might come from l/>7(u, *shut 
us up.' 

L 435. ot |i4otravXov, * bis inner court.' 
' ^ 437* TovTOv, sc. *Oivff<r4oj», 

L 440. Ty ol &iroT|A'^{as, * having therewith smitten off his head, near 
kinsman though he was, to dash it to the ground.' t$, sc. ^l<l>(t. 

1. 442 »0d. 9. 493. 

L 444. vi)a IpvoOcu, * to guard the ship.' 444= Od. 9. 194. 

L45ii"Od. 4. 50. 

L 453* ^p^MnravT6 t* ccrdvra, ' and recognised each other, face to 
&Ge.' 

L 457. OoX. y6ov, * a burst of sorrow,' on the analogy of Oak. Zdjepv. 

1. 463. dxTKcXIcs {oKiXku^ * to dry'] koI Q[6v|ioi, * withered and spirit- 



» 33° NOTES. 

1. 463. iitd'^fl, two sjllables, 5 4. 3. irtmatt for iriirop6Ti, i.e. 

1. 467. TcXnr^pov, see on Od. 4. 86. 

L 469. mpl . . iTpairov, ' retiuned on their Course," so as to begin anew. 
The neit line seems to have been interpolated from Hes. Theog. 59. 

L 47a. Eai)i^vuif, properly, 'a man possessed,' a term used to describe 
anyone whose condncC seems eitraordinary. Here meaning ' demented.' 
as proYed by his forgetfulness of home. 

L 481. yuwov, "byber knees,' so XjrrniaSai Zij»i«, ' by Zeus.' The 
phrase is suggested by the ordinary touj-iw fiirrmeai. 

1. 486. i|4' i[iJ, simply, 'around me.' 

L 491, imHvii, 'dread,' an epithet only of Persephone, is rightly 
interpreted by Scholiast a3=nli^. Bultmann Lcxil. s. v. would wrile 
ht' oMi, > and dread P. besides.' Others regard the word as = iiraiWTi), 
'renowned,' like ir/ovii. Od. 11. a 13, 

1. 493. |uivTi)oi, from fuWo, as v6\^t)i from vthu. Others read 
liimoi, which requires aXdoti or aXaoo. 

1. 494. ' To whom P. granted his wits even after death, alone [of all 
the dead] to have his senses, while Ibfy Bit as phantoms.' 

L 495. otif attracted into case of rf. irtirvCirftu. peif. from nli. 
Cf. Timv^hB,. 

11.496-499 = Od.4. 538-541. 

1. 499. mXi.vSi|uvaa, Od. 4. 549. 

1. 502, "A'iSot, sc. SHiui. The forms ilfSot gen., and diBi dat., neces- 
sitate a form of the nom. 'Ati. 

L 506. Join iwL irerdinros, ' having spread aloft.' 

t. 507. ^ffftii, inf. for imper. Kt i|i'px|m, almost = " future." Cp. snp, 
T. iSS.Od. 1. 396. 

1. 508. 'HiEiav^ is represented as n. river encircling the whole expanse 
of laud and sea. When the earth is represented on the shield of 
Achilles (II. 18). the ocean-stream forms the rim of the shield. It wis 
perhaps separated by a bank from the sea round wiiich it Sowed, 
and in this bank there may have been one or two openings. At any 
rale, when this stream was crossed (inpar) the traveller was beyond the 
confines of the world, and the aurij ^x'"^ on the further side belonged 
to the kingdom of Hades. 

1. 509- Tor Xix""!. (V. 1. iXdx™), see on Od. 9. 1 16. 

1. 511. K^Xcrai ({ 19. a), inf. for imperat. Here begins the spodosis 
to dAA' iirir' if. 

1. 51.1. IIupii^. T< jiiavm Kuicvrii t*. The grammarians call thli 
ttrrangement of the plural verb with a singular subject ptecediug and 
following, the cx^^a 'A/jc/tarisiv, as if it were common in Alcman's 
writings. So in II. 5. 774 



ODvssEr, X. 331 

1. 515. Svw irOTa|A^, according to Schol., the meeting of the Cocytus 
and Pyriphlegethon, whose united waters flow into Acheron. 

1. 517. So-ov T€ irvYOvo-iov, for the constr., see Od. 9. 322. irtry. adj. 
from m^ycin', * a cubit in length and breadth.' 

1. 518. dp4' a^$ 8^» *and round the edge thereof pour a drink- 
offering for all the dead.' 

L 521. YowoOffOoi, with double meaning of supplication and promise, 
viz. that you will perform (fiiiuv) a sacrifice. 

1. 523. ccrOX^, * treasures,* lit * good things.' 

1. 5 24. dirdvcvOcv « ' apart from the rest.' oty, * for himself alone.' 

1. 526. XC<rQ, I aor. subj. Xiarofiou, cumvero suppUcaveris, 

1. 527. For the gender OtjXw p^lXatvav, see on Od. 4. 406. 'Turning 
the victim towards the nether-darkness,' not with head stretched back 
and looking upwards, as in sacrificing to the Gods above, ' and do thou 
thyself turn away * — (not to pry into such mysteries) — * moving towards 
the stream of the river (Oceanos).' He is to look back from the d^r^ 
Xdxcta of V. 509, in the direction of the world of the living, across the 
ocean-stream over which he has now passed. 

1* 53i> dvw{ai, aor. from iaf^jya. 

1. 53 a. KaTdK€iT[ai] «7flrc«/i/, the ordinary reading (jearlKur*) is un- 
intelligible. From Mpoiat the construction passes into the accus. and 
infin. in Z^ipavra* mxraiv^at. 

!• 537* '"pl'V T. ir^Oco-Oat, ' Suffer not the shades to come near to the 
blood [in the trench] till thou hast enquired of Teiresias.' 

IL 539» 540= Od- 4- 389. 390' 

U- 543-545 = 0d. 5. 230-232. 

L 548. dttTciTf, probably as Buttm., only as a strengthened form of 
di7/tt, 'to breathe;' spoken of the deep breathing of sleep. Others, 
from the use of danw, * flower,' or * prime,' interpret it by dvoi^^/^crc, 
' coll the flower of sleep,' like the tndUs carpere somnos, Yirg. Georg. 

3* 435- 
1. 551. The second o^^ goes closely with Mtv, ne abbine quidem, 

L 554. t% here seems to be the demonstr., bie quidem, 

Iv 8»|uuri. To enjoy the cool air he lay down on the flat roof. 
Starting up suddenly, he forgot to descend 'by going to the long ladder,' 
these last words forming the important clause. 

L 556. Kiw|&{v(0v, from Klvvpuu, another form of kckov/ioi. 

L 559. KoravTucpi^ is written in some edd. as one words* right down 
from.' Others join teara riytot, and make dvrncpb the adv. qualifying 
wia€¥. Join l^cdyvii as in 4^ aiix^va &^ri, II. 5. 161. 

1. 562. ' Ye are thinking, may be, to return.' The mid. indie, of ^/42 
is rare. Cp. Od. 6. 200. 

1* 5^3* ^F^^ • • XPI^'^I^^^^^* s^ o^ 53^* s^P* 

1. 567. Join Kard with 'lt^votsieaOcC6)i€voi, ox \32iiLft *^ %^^^>3^. 



33^ NOTES. 

Others join «arav0t, as mrivtaBe, mipaSrOL yUtv ■■ lySaoy, 3rd plnr. 
imperf. ofyocuu, 

1. 568 = sup. V. ao2. 

1. 571. Join irapd vi|l KaTl8i|<rcv with ^X. fiiXmv. Cp. sup. v. 537. 

olxo|ilvT|, * having left us/ i. e. unperceived, as the following words 
explain, ' having easily slipped away from us.' 



BOOK XI. 

1. 4. * We took and put on ship-board those (sup. 10. 572) sheep.' 

ipi|aa, transitive aor. from /Scufo;. 

1. 5 = 0d. 10.570. 

1. 8 = 0d. 10.136. 

1. 9. irovT)vd|icvoi SirXa, ' having set in order the tackling.' Cp. Od. 

9- 250- 
1. io=Od. 9. 78. 

Lit. iravT||Mp£T|s, used adverbially with vovrowop., ' as she moved over 
the waters all day long.* 

1. 13. ireCpara 'XlKcavoto, * the bounding-line [of the world] formed by 
the ocean-stream ;' so dyifioay Kvfui, * the wave caused by the winds/ Od. 

13- 99- 
1. 14. Ki|i|upCa>v ir^is . . ic€icaXv|&|ilvoi. Construedo ad sensum. See 

on inf. V. 91. 

1. 15. -^^pi, *mist.' I5 = 0d. 8. 562. 

1. 18. &ir' oipav^Ocv, see Od. 10. 351, ctt fiXodc, where either termina- 
tion or preposition is superfluous. 

1. 19. Join cirl . . Tlrarai. 

1. 20=Od. 9. 546. 

1. 21. irapd ^60 V, * along the stream.' 

1. 22. <|>pdo-c, sc. in Od. 10. 516. 

I. 24. c(rxov» perhaps *held them' till Odysseus was ready to slay 
them, as in v. 35. Al. * brought them.' 

II. 25-37. See Od. 10. 517-530. 

1. 35. iTTcBetpoT. €s p60pov, * cut their throats [for the blood to run] 
into the trench.' Cp. t^rjXa Upevtiv is irrjydsy II. 23. 148. 

I. 37. €{ 'Epc'Pws, § 4. 1. 

II. 38-43. Cp. Virg. Georg. 4. 471, foil., and Aen. 6. 306, foil. 
These verses have been rejected by many ancient and modem commen- 
tators, as being inconsistent with the following account of the ghosts 
coming up one by one. 

1. 40. ovrdpcvoi. These participles are best described as from the 
sjncopated aorist, § 20. 4, with a passive signification. Cp. KrdfMfyot, 
Od, 22. 412; dAiT^/xevot, Od. 4. ^o'j. 0>ihfcx% x€.^ajMi them as perf. 



ODFssEr^ XI. , 333 

pass, fonns with change of accent, because they have passed in usage 
from verbs into adjectives. 

1. 43. ot iroXXol {^oCtwv, qui advemebant frequentes. 

U. 44-5o=Od. 10. 631-537- 

L 51. Elpenor appeared first, because, his corpse [so amfM always in 
Homer] having remained unburied, he could not go down d6/iov "At^os 
cfffctf. Cf. Virg. Aen. 6. 337-339. 

1. 58^. • Thou wast quicker coming [fciv in best MSS. instead of ^ebv] 
here on foot than I with my black ship.' ^dvftv implies a comparative 
notion, and so is followed by fj, as sometimes fioj&Kofxai, See inf. 
489. 

1. 6o=Od. 10.504. 

1. 61. &o-f, i&to. The form Aaaa occurs Od. 10. 68. dO^o-^aros 
here refers to the excessive quantity, as in the phrase tcp4a aantra. See, 
for &9ia<p,, Buttm. Lexil. s. v. 

I. 6a. KaraXfyfuvos, § 20. 4. See on 10. 555-560. 

II. 63-65 = Od. 10. 558-560. 

1. 66. Twv SttiOcv, rightly the Schol. teaTak€\€ififiiv<w oUoi, farther 
explained by the words ov iraptdvrojy. Trans. * And now I beseech thee 
by [genit. as in Od. a. 68] those we have left behind, not here with us.* 

1. 70. <r%fyT&s vtia, Od. 10. 91. 

1. 72. KaToKcCirctv, inf. for imperat., as in w. 74, 75* • 

L 73. voo-^wrOcls, 'turning away from me.* So vofftplaaro, inf. 
v.4as. 

L 76. &v6p^ twrrfyoto does not follow the case of fwiy but depends 
directly upon trTJfM, * the* tomb of an unhappy man,* as a monument to 
all posterity ; lit, * even for posterity to hear of.* Od. 3. 204. 

1. 81. orrtrytpoun, * sad.* So inf. v. 465. 

1. 82. fiv€v9€v c^* at|um. lox«v, * holding away from myself over the 
blood.* Odysseus sits on the side of the pit nearest to the living world, 
and holds out his sword at arm's length. 

1. 83. lT^pci)0€v is the side of the pit nearest to Erebus. 

1. 88. frpoT4pt|v tp.cv irplv irv64a6(u ^ an/« accedere quam sdsdtatus 
essem, vporiprp^ . . irph', like vpiv . . vplv, 

1. 89 = Od. 10. 537. 

1. 91. xpvo-cov, two syllables. Ix»v agreeing with Tc£pea(a» implied in 
T€t. ^x4 • construcHo ad sensum. See sup. v. 14. 

1. 94. 4i\v0€s 6+pa t8^, subjunct. after aor. tense, because in sense it= 

1. 97. dvaxoo-., 'having retreated.' Join |C<j)os lyKo^kwrUa, * But he, 
that faultless seer, when he had drunk the dark blood, then accosted me.' 

1. 100. 8C^t|(tt for U^riaai. For a similar dropping of <r, cp. the forms 
j3<3\i7at, fUnvrfai, * Thou enquirest after a pleasant return, Odysseus ; 
but, the God will make it a hard one for you.' 



I 



I 



Ik^icmv, se, ff«, 'tliat tttiEwUt go unnoticed of P,' l,i.e.iaff 

I, prapurta piod, ' b«canse he bath stored up wrath in his heart ugainst 
you. but still for alt that [wif ti; even thus], though suffering troubles, 
you nmy yet come home.' For 8 so used, cp. Od. Ii, 195. Olhera 
make it equivalent to bt, which occurs in the conespondiug line, Od. 
13- 343- 

I. 107. BpLvaKli). a legendary island, not to be confounded with Sidly, 
which was called Trinacrut from it>> three promonlories (rpcu Sxpiu), 
The name may have some allusion to the trident (BpiVof ) of Poseidon. 
SeeOd. xt. ta?. 

1. 108. nipifn, conjunctive after 6inr^T( «(. sup, v. I06. 

1. 1 10. ' Now if you leave them unharmed oo-ftioi, S 4- 3) and keep 
the thought of your return in mind, then you may still reach Ilhaca.' 
iSift for iiti; from taa, 

I. 113. ' And should you yourself escape, you will come there late, in 
wretched plight, hiving lost all your comrades.' Vftai. 1 sing. pres. 
from fJD^du or ftiofutiy which contain a future notion like tlin. In Od. 
la. i33, we have riiriu. 

II. 114, ji5 = Od. 9. .^34,635- 

1. I la »[T«(v[|»i conjunct, of aor. fiereiva. 

1. lai. {pxcirflai, infin. for imperat., as inamlx'i' and Ipliiir, inf 1. 
13a. To come to the country of men unacquainted with salt seems to 
be a poetical way of saying. ' when you have quietly settled down inland, 
tar away from the sea,' the only source of salt known to the ancients. 

I. 137. The token by which Odysseus would know that he bii 
reached the place was that a man of the country would meet Mm, and 
show his utter ignorance of aea. life by mistaking an oar for a winnowing- 
shovel. 

1. 128. +■^1], i 23. 5. Ix*"i sc. ae. The apodosis begins with mi 

I. 131. (m^TOpa, ' the mate' 

I. I3.1 = 0d, 4-479. 

I. 13+. eivaxoi (£ S\it. 'a death far away from the sea." So l> 
«an»oD, Od. 16. a88. Others join iKfvffiTiu i( oASi, ' shall come upon 
you from the sea," which agrees with the later legend that Odysseus 
was alain by Telegonus [his son by Ciice) who, not recognising his 
father, shot at and mortally wounded him with a spear tipped with a 
fish-bone, as if the sea would be his foe to the last. But this agrees te* 
well with SBKiixpot = ' mild," from root fiAOK, i. c. M>*r as in /laXMi-ii. 

1. 135. For ToiM, see on Od. i. aoq. 

Si KJ n, ' which shall slay thee when pressed by the burden of a fair 
old age.' 

1. 136. Xiirapv. lit- ' sleek ' or ' shining.' For ofiff-, see on Od. 6. )■ 

], J41. T^vBf, 'yonder.' 



ODYssEr, XI. 335 

1. 144. T^v l6vTa. rhv predicate ^toCtok Urnif • how she can recog- 
nise me as being the man [I really am].' Cp. 0^ vdt <f>ij<n rhv ttvcu, Od. 

1. 147. Sv Tvva . . lvC\|ja, quemeunque mortuorum sanguinem aeeedere 
siveris, is tibi vera renundahit (for 6 tk introducing the apodosis, cp. 
Od. I a. 41), cuicunque veto derugaveris, is tibi rursus revertetur. 

1. 151. Join Kord cXc{cv. 

!• 153* ^Y^Mf sc. i/iL 

w. 157-159 are suspicious, as being inconsistent with w. 502, 508^ 

S13. 
1. 160. Join &X6|UV08 iroXiyv xp^vov. 

L 161. The case of vi)l . . Irdpots is the regular instrumental dat. — * by 

means of.* 

1. 166. 'Ax<u(8os, (AxcuU), sc. 7$«» Peloponnesus. iL^ij^^^/Urtpat, 

1. 171. TavT)VcY^os, Od. a. 100. 

1. 174. cM iroTpds, 'tell me of my father/ on analogy of wv^ttrBat, 

L 175. Y^pas, here=* the sovereignty.' 

1. 183. ' Videtur nimirum prius oppetiisse AnHcUa quam Penelopen prod 
ambirmtf Ulyssisque facultates diriperent,* Lowe. 

1. 185. Tcp^lvcd, § 3. 4, the royal demesnes. Satrois, ic,t.\., * banquets 
which it is meet that a judge should enjoy, for all invite him.' A king 
was, by right of his position, a judge also. 

L 186. oXcYwciv, properly, *to take trouble about,* *be interested in.' 
This description of Telemachus is hardly reconcilable with the fact that 
he could not have been more than fourteen years of age at this time. 

1. 187. iroTYJp, * Laertes.' avT66t defined by dyp^, * in the country.* 

L 188. clival, used predicatively, 'nor has he by way of bedding.' 

L 190. x<4''<^t * through the winter.* 

1. 191. ftrot, perf. pass, in med. sense from tvwfu. 

1. 193. youv6v &Xa»4)s, Od. 1. 193. ol PcpX'^arai, * are laid for him.* 

1. I95> ^<{€t lilya, ' makes his sorrow grow big, and old age besides 
(4v2) is come upon him.* 

L aoi. 'Robs the limbs of life.* cfcCX., aorist of custom. 

L ao3. The key-word of the sentence is v60os, the sense of which is 
carried on both to fi^Bta and dyavo<pp. Trans. * But regret for thee, and 
[for] thy counsels, and [for] thy tenderness.* As if it were, ' and thy 
counsels [now lost to me] and thy tenderness [so much missed].* 

1. ao5. Cp. Virg. Aen. a. 792 foil. 

Ter conatus ibi collo dare braccbia cireum: 
Ter frustra comprensa manus effugit imago. 
Par levibus vends volucrique simillifna^omno, 

L ao7. ciKcXov, adverbial slsTctov, inf. v. 577. 

1. ao8. Ycvco-KCTo, § 17. 6. KT)p66i, § 12. a (a). 



.336 NOTES. 

i 

1. 211. cCv 'ACSao, sc. B6/i^. Notice dual combined with plural iii 
^ikou x^P^' So ^^' AWrct fACvirriVf II. 8. 79. | 

1. 31 2. TiT(&pini»|ica^ =s ' may weep our fill.' Estquaedam fUrt voluptio, 
Ov. Trist. 4. 2, 37. 

1. 313. Tlie predicate is ctSwXov. *Did she send this appearance 1 
mere phantom, so that,* etc. 

1. 216. Kd|i)top€, § 7. 

1. 318. 8Cici| in its first sense of ' custom/ Od. 4. 691. Trans. 'Bui 
this is the way with mortals, when one is dead.' 

1. 219. lxov<n«* keep together/ 

1. 220. rd fxiv, sc. adpKaif darria^ Ivom, 

1. 222. ircir6TT|Tai, ' flits about/ perfect with present force. So ir«ro 
r-fyiToUy n. 2. 90. From nordofjuity Epic form of niro/juu, 

1. 223. * But hasten back as speedily as thou mayest to the light 
day, and bear in mind (lit * know *) all this [that thou hast seen].* 

1. 238. iqpdcro'OTo, {kfi&ofjuu\ * fell in love with Enipeus,' a Thessaliai 
river tiiat rises in Othrys and falls into the Apidanus. 

1. 239. tt|art, * sends' [his waters], used in trans. Cp. Od. 7. 130. 

I. 241. T$ 8' dp* c€urd|ii€V08, ' now having likened himself unto him 
sc. unto the river-god Enipeus. 

1. 242. Iv trpoxo-QS, § 9. 6. 

1. 245. The verse was rejected by the Alexandrian critics, as fc&vi] 
XvciF is unhomeric. 

i. 250. Toi)s, * the sons,' masc. gend. implied in riieva, ko|i. irvraXX 
infin. for imperat. 

1. 25 1 . laxto =* * keep silent' 

1. 253=Od. 4. 435- 

1. 255. OcpdirovTf Aids s' kings,' as Zeus is the representative kin| 
Warriors are called 0. "Aprjos, H. 2. no. 

1. 256. lolcos, (now Volo)t the capital of the Aeolidae, lay in th 
district of Magnesia in Thessal}k 

1.257. &8*dp*«Neleus. 

1. 258. Tovs erlpovs, i.e. 'the other children* whom she bare, si 
bare to Cretheus. Cp. oi dWot^ Od. i. 26. 

1. 260. T«\v 8i |ieTa=^s/ illam vero. Asopus, a river in Boeotij 
The founding and fortifying of Thebes by Amphion and Zethus is a 
older legend than the one which assigns the act to Cadmus ; unless Vi 
suppose the upper city (KaS;4€ta) to be the work of the latter, and Theb< 
(^ K&rat Tr6\is) of the former. 

1. 265. v<u^|ji€v, because of the Phlegyae who dwelt around. 

1. 267. 0pa(rv-|ji^p.vova, ( — fA^fiova — tiiii-aa) = audacio animo. 

1. 268. dYKoCvxjoj, § 7. 6. Join €v dy. p.tY€i<ro. 

1. 269. Creon, king of Thebes (not to be confounded with C. brothei 
in-law of Oedipus), gave his daughter Megara to Heracles for aiding hii 
against the Minyae. 



ODFSSEFj XI. 337 

X 370. vldt, with first syllable short ; so fj^; Od. 6. 303 ; because 
diphthong or long Towel is followed by another vowel. 

1. 271. Ol8iir66«M, § 0. 4, from nom. form Ol8tir68i7«. 'Eirucd^nf, 
ed by the tragedians 'loiccUrn;. 

1 272. fWya Ipyov, Od. 3. 261. 

'1. 274. &4*<B^ ^'t ' ^^ <>°<^^ [after the union] the Gods made the matter 

iivvartL, neut. plur. as r<ra, etc.] known to men.' 

1* 275. Join dXyta irdox«»v 8ul iXodt povXds Ot^^v. 
. 1. 277. fls 'A(8ao, sc. S^fia. * The mighty warder/ lit ' gate-fitter.' 

I. 278. &<|ro4iivi|. * Having listened a noose on high [tdithv, predicat. 

th c^fi.] from the beam, absorbed in her own sorrow.' 

^* ^79* oxo|''^""*t<'^ci^ up/ *^^^ held/ cp. inf. v. 334. t$ 8', sc. 
pus. 

I. 284. The Minyan (as distinct from the Arcadian, inf. v. 459) Orcho- 
Ikienos was a dty in Boeotia at the point where the Cephisus empties 
itself into the Copaic lake. 

L 285. ot, sc. * to the king/ suggested in the word l/3a<r(\cvc. 

1. 287. ToCcrt 8* Itr'ss^irJ rotcit * besides these.' 

L 289. 48(8ov, * Nor was Neleus minded to give her [imperf. tense] to 

e man who could not,' etc. The cows of the * migh^ Iphiclus ' were 

rd to drive away ; dpyaX. sc. ixiurcu, Melampus, son of Amythaon, 
the * blameless prophet ' who undertook to recover these cows from 
phiclus, who had robbed Tyro (v. 235 sup.) of them. But he was 
caught and imprisoned by the herdsmen, and not released till he had 
'uttered all the oracles ;' this perhaps means till he had told Iphiclus, 

ho was childless, how he might have an heir. The story is told again 
Od. 15. 230 foil. 

1. 292. Join KaT8Uirl8i|irc, lit * fettered him down.' 

1. 300. IIoXvScvKca, § 4. 3. 

1. 301. foMx Karixci is a common phrase for to be ' dead and buried,' 
inf> V. 549. In n. 3. 243, the Tyndarids are described, in the same 
words, as ' dead and buried in Lacedaemon ;' for in the Iliad they are 
merely mortal. Here, if the lines are genuine, the meaning must be, 
they are under the earth but not dead, as the next line shows, for 
though v^pOvf T^t they are still alive, each one on alternate days living 
in Olympus or in the uifderworld. 

1. 304. XcX6'yxA<nv, see on Od. 7. 114. The indefinite periods 
oWoTc . . d\A.0TC are defined by the addition of Ircp^/icpoc. 

1. 305. Tijv Z\ yJr\ see on sup. v. a6o. 

1. 311. Perhaps because of their brief life (juvwBaZioi) the poet 
specifies that at nine years old they were nine cubits high, {w^opot (see 
on Od. 10. 19) and cwcofrYvtot, § 4. 3. The 7^ introduces an explana- 
tion of fJojKlcrrovty * biggest of men/ 

L 314. ^X6tn8a, generally ^fOkowir. With ^. ffr^crai, cp. fuix?'' <^' 

z 



I 338 NOTES. 

ai/ityoi Od. g. S4- llw. 315-316 are genuine, which is doubtful, tll^ 
mast taesn that the gods had fled from Mount Olympus into the offor)* 
above, SJid that the Aloidae began piling mountains on Olympus U 
make a great staircase up to heaven. 

1. 319. Ttpiv . -XixTIi '^'^ Lhe curly hair had sprouted below lied 
(o^ii', S 16. 1} temples, and covered their chins (yivii for -/irwuiia. 
plur. from yivSi) with thiclt down.' 

L 311. Phaidra. daughter of the Cretan Minos, and wife of Thens 
after the death of Hippolyte. She loved her step-son Hippolytus. nim 
rejected her passion. The Hippolytus of Euripides is on this subject, 

Proeris, daughter of Erechtheus king of Athens, and wife to Cephiloi., 
to whom she proved untrue, and by whose hands she was imwittiDg'r 
slaiu. 

Ariadiu. daughter of Minos and Fasiph; 
followed him on bis voyage from Crete, b 
the island of Dia. 

1. 334. ■J|7€ [ilv, ' was fain to take" {imperf.), or ' was carrying off.' 
but he had no joy of her. The legend is not identical with that of tkt 
desertion of Ariadne by Theseus in Dia (Naxos) and the love <( 
Dionysus for her. The Dia here named must be the little isliad 
{Siatdia) to the north of Crete. 

1. 31J. tiopTUpI^in. Perhaps the ' information ' that she bad yielded 
to Theseus when pledged to Dionysus. 

1. 316. Maira, a nymph of Artemis, and mother of Locras byZeai, 

Clymaie, mother of Iphiclus, sup. v. 190, 

Eripbyle, wife of Amphiaraus, bribed with a necklace by FolyniccE U 
send her husband on the fatal expedition against Thebes, 

1. 337. ivSpi», "for her lord['s life],' gen. of price, 

I. 318. )iMlH\tn>\ui,i = iitiO^aai^i. 

1. 330. +Kto, optat., see on Od. 10. 51. 

'• 334' ■"l^'lVVi '^ 'i*^ magic' of his sCoiy-telling, Then Aiei( 
a^is. What think you of this man, his outward form and bi^ wvll- 
balanced (ilaai, al. 'in accordance' with his external beauty) min! ■ 
'Now, it is my guest that he is, yet every one has his share in iht 
honour [of entertaining such a hero]; wherefore be not inahnnytd ■ 
send him off, nor give short measnre of yow gifts to one who netit 
them so sorely.' 

t. 341. dfoi-nL, Epicb for KiirTOi, 

I. 344. oiK airi mtmroB oi6', " not away from the mark, nor <l 
'Variance with our ovm idea.' So the Schol. Others render drj Bifti, 
' Not different from what we should expect of our queen.' whidi it 
simpler. ' But on Alcinous here (roCit) depend both promise and 

I 3il- i(iin|» = 'notwirtistan^ng,' taking up Ihexp of [he UilliDt 



ODYSSEY, XL 339 

The oSf strengthens the qualifying force of ^/iin;«, as in the combinations 

l-353 = Od. 1.539. 

l-364=Od-9« !• 

L 358. Ka( K€ t6. Apodosis, ' I should like this better/ viz. to go 

back fiill-handed. For koI nt, see on sup. v. iii. 

!• 363. r6 \kkv 0(1 <r€, ic.tA. This indeed we don't think thee to be, 
viz. a knave. So HaKftv with accus. and infin., IL 21. 333 

&rra ciOtv ydp 
BAvOw dtrfJ€¥Ta pi&xrt i^icKoiiey ttvat, 

1. 364. old Tf iroXXot^, K.rA. * Inasmuch as the dark earth breeds 
many [such] men broadcast' — (others read old re voAAd='as often- 
times/ see on Od. 9. ia8) — fashioning falsehoods out of things which 
one can never see with one's eyes.' 

1. 366. S9cv==l« Toio^oau h, meaning from things which don't admit 
of proof; or* pushing falsehoods [to a point (i. e. a perfection)] from 
whidi no man can so much as see (sc. that they are falsehoods)/ S9cv 
in this case=l«(r<rc tiOey. The latter is simpler. 

1. 36 7. lift = iwtari . Ivi = Ifcktc. 

1. 368. &s St' doi8ds, cp. Od. 5. 281. 

L 369. 'ApYcCov, specially of the comrades of Odys. 

L 371. Irdpwv, perhaps of the chieftains with him at Troy. The first 
&|Aa must be closely joined with a-trTi^'=s tecum; the second with cirovro 
sscomitati sunt, 

L 373. Odyss. (v. 330) thought the night &r spent ; Alcinous, in his 
eagerness to listen, says it is long yet, * infinitely long ' {6Bka<p). 

1. 381. Join To^hroiv olKTp6Tcpou 

1. 383. dvTi\, * cry/ i. e. battle, as ^Xoirtt, • clansmen's shout' 

1. 384. ywoiK^s = Clytaemnestra. 

L 388. &-YT)Y^paTO, congregatae erant, plqpf. with Attic reduplication 
from &y€ifWf § 17. 4. 

1. 393. irtTvds, from form vlryfjfu an earlier form of vtr&yyvfu. 

h 393. dXX' oi Y^P» * But [he could not do it] for/ etc. 

1. 401 = Od. 10. 459. 

1. 40a. ircpiTa)iv6|jifvov, lit. ' encircling and cutting off from the herd.' 
A picturesque word to describe cattle-lifting. 

1. 403. |iax€ov|itvov, a form of the present participle with the 
lengthened into a diphthong metri grot, /Mxiotro appears as pres. optat. 
D. I. 272. 

1 41 1. KOT^Kravc, aorist of custom. 41 1 sOd. 4. 535. 

1. 414. Iv d^vcioO dv6pds, so. 8<$Aiy. 

1. 415. 4) Tdfujp, see on Od. I. 226. 

1. 417. |univd{ -i in smgle combat, or it may refer to any single 
instances of death. 

za 



I. 41S. Jaia iXa^4ipa£ u 9v^ (uSAurra. 

L 411, o'uerpiTT&TTfi, predicat,, 'but saddest of all that I heaid* 
the voice; etc 

1. 413. d}!^' Jftot, ' at my side.' sc st the fea^t. ' But I, lifting up my 
hands [sc. beseeching mercy], dropped them lo the ground, dying wiih 
the sword through me.' Others join X''!"" P^Mjiv rifi ifaa-f,, at if !i( 
made a last effort to defend himself. 

L 414. With diTDb^. npl ^..cp.TLS. 86; 13.441, 570; 18. tji : 
ir. 577; a.V 30, and Soph. Aj. StS ijiaayAKii Ttpimixll; lit. ' foldoi 
round the blade;' 'but she, merciless one. lumed away from me. nor 
would she bring herself to close my eyes, nor shut my mouth for me, 
though going to the realm of Hades.' 

1. 416. Join naflAiIv 44^. ardiiaT* mmpArax. 

L 419. oiov Gi). a special mstance of the general principle in v. 41^, 
' such a deed [for example] as she did in having wrought." 

1. 431. tSuLa,Od. 9. iSg. 

1. 433. ol Tt IMT ■= KaTixfVf iaxrrl oTirjtoi. The antecedent t( (is 
also in dative, nai Jmirp flm Iv rfijjyot f- 

L 437. ^xf'^P* Elds' worked out his hatred by means of a womu^ 
devices,' cp, sup. v. 176. 

L 441. ttviH. This intin. and the foil, with imperatival force. "WlttW' 
n this present case [viw] do thou never be gentle even towards 6j 



we should cipeet (rm. 
ta,. Cp, 11-6. 87fbll.( 
-o vnUm deponal. 



1. 443. Ti 81 KEKpu|i^(vav tlvai. For th 

but it is attracted into the inBn. to balance fi 
ti . . irivKee Otiwu 'Aflipcuiji Iwi 7Dii»'om = Ilia 

1. 452. ' But that wife of mme suffered me not so mucn as lo lalte mj 
fill of joy in my son in gazing on him,' [lit. 'in my eyes']. 

1. 453. Join |M aitTiv=^liuivr6i'. 

1.456. noTiBX^MVOi, inf for im'perat. " Kiriaxt, "PptH*- These liws 
are inconsistent with the praise of Penelope's virtue (sup. v. 445). ui^ 
have been generally rejected, mirrd, nent. adjective as substantive, '"<' 
trust;' so ^vfi, ' escape,' Od. 8. agg. 

L 458. ixaitTt. sc 'thou. Odysseus, and (hy comrades.' For &' 
tense, equivalent to our use of the perfect, cp. Od. ». 1 18. 

1. 46i = Od. 1. 196. 

1.464'.Od.4 837. ^ 

1. 467. ni|\i|i&EHL Epic form for tlijKrtSoti, Stu, one syllable, { 4. ^ 

I. 4G8. narpoKXiliii, as if &om nom. I1arpdji\iri. For Antiloclins, xf 
Od.3.110; 4 "J. i87.etc. 

L 473. ' What stranger feat wilt Aou devise,' sc. than this descent 'i> 
Hades, explained in neit line. 

1. 476, i^poCIn, sec on Od. 10. 495. ^^h 



ODFSSETy XI. 341 

478. Scan this line 2 'Ax<X | cv TInjK \io9vl ^ /i^fcu The f long, 
requently, before a liquid. 

479. Tcip. icard xp^s, (cp. ^xS XPV^^fi^^^)* ' ^^ business with 
resias ;* so word vpfj^iv, Od. 3. 7 a.' 

482. With ovio liaKopr., cp. Od. 5. 105. 

483. vpoirdpoiOc, * in time past/ Man stands with his back to the 
ire ; events thus come up behind (jbirUraca), and so, when past, are 

. 488. li'^i (ioi 9. y. iropavSo. * Comfort me not respecting death.' 

arov, accus. of reference. 

. 490. &icX'fjp<|^, explaineid by the next words, ' one who hath not 

ch substance.' 

• 493* 'n-p6pos (fpficvai, * to be a chieftain.' 

. 494. irlrnKTOxu., with doubled ff, perf. from vwO&voftau 

. 497. Join KttT-^x**" With jiiv . . xc^p<>'S» cp. Od. i. 64. 

. 498. -&ir' avyds [sc. c2/i2], {nth sometimes used in H. when no idea 

notion seems implied, cp. II. 15. 267 taciv int* ifit iii\i6v re. 

. 499. TpoC^, *the Troad.' 

. 502. T$ Kc, K.rX, * In that case would I make grievous my might 

i invincible hands to [many an] one [of those] who outrage him and 

It him out from his meed of honour.' With rc^; \riv%^ § 15. 2] in 

s sense, cp. Od. 3. 224. Here the first aor. of arv^im is used in a 

isative sense, crtrpjr^y tiy voi-fiffaifu, 

L. 503. For ot=TWK oi, cp. Od. 4. 177. 

I. 509. Scyros, where he had lived with his grandfather Lycomedes, 

. Odys. brought him away to the war, because the oracle declared that 

iim could not be taken without his aid. 

l. 512. vtKd(nco|i.€v, § 17. 6, *beat him.' 

I. 513. The readings vary between impyaifit^a (the natural opt from 

pra/jcu), and impvolfifOa, which has the better MS. authority, and is 

pported by the analogy of 6voio (dvlvrjfu) and KpifMia0€ {Kpefn&yyvfu, 

!• 515* rd Sv (ilvos ovScvl cCkcov, * yielding to nobody in that might of 
>. 

1. 519. dXX* olov, see on Od. 4. 242. £ur3rpylus, son of Telephusking 
the Ceteans (so the Mysians are here called from the river Ceteus), 
IS kept back from the expedition to Troy by his mother Astyoche, 
iter of Priam ; she was afterwards persuaded to let her son go by the 
esent of a golden vine which Priam gave her. 

1. 521. Ywai«v=*given to a woman,' cp. sup. v. 327. The death of 
e Ceteans was due to these ' gifts,' because they were the cause of 
eir leader being sent to the war. 
L 524. Join circrlraXTO {kmriWetf), 



' 342 ITOTES. 

1. 515, The line seems a late imitation from 11.5.751, where the verta 
are appropi-ialcly used of Che cloud-gates uf. heaven ; but here ther *^ 
unsuitable as desciibbg the clo^ng or opening o( the ' Trojan Hone.' 

1. 5J7. 4iri, ' under them." 

1. 531. j£i|uviu, (iihjia). ' to let him go fotth.' 

^ ?34' V^ipai, 'fair share ' [of the spoil], ed iojii, Od. g. 41. fffM 
t<iiki</ = ' the choice prize,' viz. Andromache, cp. Virg. Aen. a. ^6g. 

1. 536. oU Ti voXAd, see on Od. 9. iiS. 

1- £39' ^ipEura, | 2L 1, ' with grand step.' dir^oScX^ adjectiral,il 
accented on ultimo. The noun is proparoxyton. 

L 540. yifioairti S, gaadira quod. 

1. 542. tlpovro Si K. {., sciicilabaHtw vtro di nil qtaujtu eurit, Lb 
about their objects of interest in the upper world. Others reader c^MTTK 
narrabani, following the SchoU. 

1. 54;. T^v (•imjf) vticiida, so ?iiA«iV ^AiniTa, Od. IJ. 845. SiutJ|L 
' defending my right.' 

L 546. Hhlite. ' put them up (as a priie).' After the death of AchiilO, 
Thelis oiTeted his armour (IL 18) to the greatest hero of the Greda. 
The claim lay between Odysseus and Ajax. The decision was refcind 
to the captive Trojans (v. 547), who declared for Odysseos. [Tl* 
version being posthomeric, the line 547 is generally rejected). 

I. J49. r>*^ Karirxtv, see on sup. v. 301. 

1. 550. it mpl, k.tA., 'who was beyond all the other Danai both in 
beauty and achievements, ncut to,' etc., see on Od. i. 66. 

]. 553. oiiK ip'. • Didst not thou mean then, even in death, to forget 
thy wrath against me for those accnrsed arms 7 The Gods set Ihera u[' 
(as a prize) to be » mischief to the Argives. So mighty a defence fn( 
themselves they lost in thee (lit. ' thou didst perish '), and for thy dMlt 
we Achaeans sorrow continually, even as for the person of Acliilles.' 

1. 556. With ixvi^ mlo. i 16. 1, cp. Od. 14, 376 dxv. oI;(OtJr«» 

1. J58. A shorter form of sentence for dWd Ziiii oi'tidi St 5x%*' 

I. 560, T<tv, 5 15. I. 

1, 565. The whole passage from this line to v. 6*7 is probably tht 
later introduction of some Rhapsodist. as the earlier commenlalore did 
not fail to observe. The main inconsistency lies in making Odysseus m 
eye-witness of the scenes enacted down in the underworld, wherds 
according to the original plan of the book, he remains silling at the 
side of the trench to question the ghosts as they come up, Ti»n». 
'There, notwithstanding, he would have addressed mc in sfAte of hb 
■wrath, or I would (have accosted) him.' This use of i/iari is 
posthomeric, and the use of tararfSnii^Tiur, without a noun 
ODOsani. 



nte of BB 

^1 



ODrssEF, XI. 343 

568. Minos, son of Zens and Europa, king of Crete, and a famous 
giver. It is thus that he appears as lawgiver and arbitrator in the 
er world ; not because he sentences the ghosts to their punishments 
iter adaptation), but because men after death are represented as still 
ying on the pursuits of their life in the upper world. 

570. |iiv d|u)>l dvaKTa, * round him, the king.* ttpovro, see on sup. 
42, ' asked concerning their rights/ 

.572. Orion is the hunter still, and drives his quarry before him in a 
htened herd (&nov clXevrra). 

578. |jav . . fiirap, sup. v. 497. TOirc . . Svvovrcs, dual with plur. 
. 579. 8lpTpov=*the caul.* 

. 580. The readings vary between fjXmiac and cXici|(r€, a first aor. 
n kXjcint 2l poetical form of €Ajico;=* maltreated.* 
. 584. otcOto. The ancients rendered this * stood* but the word in 
mer always implies 'eager straining' after something. Trans, 
liirsting, he strove to drink (supply mUiv from next clause), but was 

able (Od. la. 433) to take it to drink.* The verb only occurs in 

d sing. pres. and imperf., and is probably from a form criofuu 

njiu) in the sense of * raising one's self' in a particular direction, 

aning after something.* 

. 586. diroX^oiccTo, iterative form from dir(&Xcro ; so ^dvcaKf from 

twy. Kara^i^vaoicc from Kar-a^iaivoi, 

. 588. Kard Kp'()6cv, sync, from teofiijOiy, Kdprj, * down from above.* 

lers write Kar dKpi]0€y — tear* &Kprjs. 

. 590. crvKiax, two syllables, § 4. 3. 

.591. Join Tc&v cnxf&donacrOai xcp<^* 9vae comprebendere manibus, 

.59a. rds 8^, apodosis. ^Cirrcuncf, § 17. 6. 

.. 597. dicpov iircpp., * to send it over the hill top.* KpoTcuU — 'the 

;r-mastering force.* Cp. Od. 12. 124, where the name recurs actually 

-sonified. Here it is a sort of half impersonation. * The force turned 

: stone back.* 

[. 598. Notice the rhythm of these lines describing the slow laborious 

:ent of the stone and its rapid and bounding descent. With dvai8t^Sr 

the use of the Lat. improbus. 

1. 602. avrds, the hero himself, in opp. to tlSoXov, *his phantom form.' 
e lines 602-604 are generally rejected; 604 is borrowed from Hesiod, 
i the former lines express an idea too refined for Homeric psychology, 
i are inconsistent with the early conception of Hebe the virgin. 
I. 605. * And round him was raised a clamour of the dead, flying 
irywhere in dismay (dn/^ccdcu vtbioto, U. 6. 24) : and there was he, 
e dark night, holding his bow bare (from its case) and an arrow on 
i string, glaring about terribly, like one ever about to shoot. And 
i awful belt round his breast was a strap of gold, whereon were 
ought marvellous devices, bears and wild boars and fierce-eyed lions, 



I 



344 yoTES. 

and baltleg and slayings of men. May hi who trotsared up [Che design 
of] that belt in hi craft, hiving once fashioned it, never iashiDii anj 
otliec work.' In Ihis passage, the multiplication of participles withool i 
finite verb is remarkable. The wish expressed may only imply that Ik 
belt was simply perfection and the craftsman had better ' let well alooe,' 
lest he should S3XI short of it, or more likely, viupSoX. gives the luy' 
and so the poet naively hopes that never may snch a belt tie made again. 
It was loo dreadful. 

1, 61S. f|Y>|X&(*iV {fj-faoBai) |upov>''to endure fate,' on the analog; 
of the later iyuv, kayur. 

1. 619. {iir*a{rydi, cp. sup, v. 49S. 

1. 6]t. The x'lpo*^'^ is Eurystheos, to whom Heracles was ensUnd 
through the contrivance of Hera. 

1.613. "^va^Cerberus as HesLod names him. 

(wtHi)!!, ' conducted mc' 

1. 6)9 = Od.4. 168. 

1. 631. This line is said to have been inserted to gratify Athenian 
vanity by introducing the names of their national heroes. 

1. 633. UJiA npiv. ' but ere that, up thronged the countless tribes ol 
dead.' Join iiraytlptro. 

L 634. ropYtli)!' «., 'the Gorgon-head of some terrible monster,' 
This general translation seema better than refening the story to anj od 
particular Gorgon. 

L fija^^Od. 3. 150. 

1.640. The readings varyhetween «tp*TtT| and -/p, the foimer il 
as making a better antithesis to «dXAj>ioi olpoi. 



1 



1. 4. ivToXat — iraToXai, § 7 -^ ' the place whcrt the son rises ;' so the 

plur. TpoTol for the spot where he turns to begin hk journey back, Od, 

15.404- 
Xofxili ' lawns' for dancing. ^^_ 

1. 5. vf)a M,iv begins the apodosis, Od. 9. £46. ^^M 

U.6-g-Od.9. tso-151. ^M 

1. 10, altrf|J.«vai, § 20. 3. ^^M 

1. II. Gfl'iiicpirr. irpfifx' [irpodx*] i»r^ marks the site of theM^ff 

Join dicpoT. predicalively with wpatx*- 

1. 14. JinpwraiTti, ' having hauled np thereon.' 

L 16. ri IicaoTa. so inf. v. 165, ' these things severally-' Cp. rai^a 

Uaara. II. 1. 530. Od. 14. 36a. 
1. 13. 6t<. In this use of J!ti with the present, and in a corresponding 



ODYSSEY^ XII. 345 

i*e with a paat tense (clXct . .'Err«jp . . 9rf ol Zcwt in9o$ IScwrcv, H. 8. 
*i€^ ire may notice a transition from the temporal to the logical force 
of the particle, like in the Lat turn and fuamdo, or in English * while.' 
See on Od. 5. 357. 

1. asssOd. 10. 460. 

L ay. 4i &Xdf 4| lirl yflt. It is better to take <lxd« as a simple local 
gen. s' on sea,' as 'A/yycot, Od. 3. 251, ^j9tipolo, Od. 14. 97, than to 
throw back the force of the M to govern it, which seems to be a later 
form of construction. iXfffr^m ■> dXy^fftjTt. 

L a8»Od. 10. 466. 

U. 39-33 sOd. 10. 476-479. 

L 34. irpoo-IXiirro, § 20. 4, ' reclined at my side, and began to ask.' 

1.35 = Od. 10. 16. 

L 37. The journey to Hades * has been accomplished,* vtpahtip. The 
two (V. 5 a, dual)''Sirens are represented living in an island (v. 167) S.£. 
from Aeaea. Their name may mean the ' enchainers,' from <rtip^. Later 
l^;end placed them off Capri or in the straits of Sicily. 

L 4a. T^ 8f, apodosis. yw^ alone stands as subject to wapLararmf 
bat with ydmnnm must be taken also Wjcra. 

1. 45. &|i4it (adverbial), * all aroimd.' 6oTf6^iv a>d<rr^, § 12. i. 

L 46. ircpi, sc. wtpi rd darim, *and the skin round the bones is wasting.' 
These words add a further explanation to wvBofUvaiy (wvOoj), 

L 47. wof ^ cXiiav, inf. for imperat, so dA.ci^, and inf. y. 58 
iSovXct/cir. 

L 49. &Tdp, /r.T.X. * But if thou desirest to hear them th3rself, let [thy 
comrades] tie thee hand and foot, upright in the mast-step, and to [the 
mast] itsdf let the rope-ends be fostened.' 

L 51. toToirlSTi is a socket in which the square end of the mast was 
set, when it was hauled up. Odysseus was to be set upright with his 
feet resting in this, and he was la^ed round and round till the rope-ends 
passed round the mast where they were tied.' With dvdirrciv Ik, cp. Od. 
la 96. avroO, sc. larov out of hroviHrj, 

L 54. SiS^Twv, imperat from Mrnu, older form of Zl«, An imperf. 
lihi is found in II. 11. 105. Trans. * Let them bind thee.' 

1* 58. povXcvciv, see sup. v. 47. d|A^oTtp«>9fv, * I will tell you the way 
in both directions.' One route (w. 59-72) passes the UkarfKralt the 
other lies between Scylla and Charybdis (w. 73-110). 

1. 61. nXaYKTal, (irX^aao)), these ' striking' rocks, that dash together, 
appear in the Argonautic legend as Sv/i-vX^TaSc* at the entrance of the 
Pontus. The Planctae were localised by the ancients in the Straits of 
Messina, while the mention of the smoke (v. ai8), and the fire (v. 68), 
has made others identify them with the Lipari Isles, to which group the 
volcanic Stromboli belongs. 

9col KoX^ovox, see Od. 10. 305. 



34^ NOTSS. 

1. 6a. rj, ' there,' sc. where these roclts sUnd, ' not ena do Wrda pass 
ty, col not [he timorous doves, which carry ambrosia for Zens r but even 
of them the sheer rock ever steals one away, and the Father sends in 
aDOthcr to make up the Dumber.' This story seems to have aji obscure 
reference to the notion of a ' lost PIdad,' (cp, Od. 5. »73), ir(A(ui3(i. a 
group of seven stars, one of which is generally invisible. 

L 66. ^^Ytv. aorist of custom, parallel to mpifxttai (v. 63). 

1. 70. |ii(Xmira tr&n, cp. Od. g. xo. 

I 71. With p&X<v must be supplied a nom. from v. 68, sc. niimra. 

1. 73. ol B), antithesis to ivBtv )iiv, v. 59. Trans. ■ But yonder are 
two rocks ; one of them,' etc The antithesis to i iiiv is rir f trtpor 
in V. lol. For the form of sentence, cp. Od. 8. 361. 

1. 75. Ti p,lv, ' the cloud," agreeing with ri-pa§, suggested by vfiplXij. 
or, more likely, taking up the notion and expressii^g it in a general way 
by the neut. adj. So in Od. 9. 359, where the olrot of the preceding line 
is referred to as riSt and not Sdf. Iptni, ' never streams off from il.' 
See Buttmann. Lexil. s. v. 

1. 77- The common reading is, as here, oi naTaPiiti]. There is good 
authority for efts' t-mBalji, Im0(^iir denoting the accompllsbment o( 
ifoPainiv, sc. ' set foot on it.' 

1. 8t. iltif fiv fl^il, i.e. ^iTip ffiRi vaptSirrjTi ir rijo. 'in which 
directiott you shall steer your ship past.' Cp. f xmi xQipp't Od. 9, 
356 ; 10. S07 ri)i/ Si iii TOi rvaii/ ipipjiai. where «( with subjunctive is 
used almost as fut. indie. 

L 86. These three lines seem introduced to assign an etymol. to 
SmiXXij, so. iwfiJXaf , ' a whelp.' 

1.89. impoi, 'uplifted." 'outstretched,' from df/pai, cp. luri-ispoa 
Others render, ' ugly,' from A and Spa, cp. iipaini. 

1. 93. ]Uiiai]. ' as far as the waist.' kotcL inrttovt, Od. 9. 330. 

1.97. iriiToi S, cp. Od. 5. 431 K^TOi oTa, «.T.\., 'a monster [from 
those] which," or ' of snch a kind as.' 

1. loi. ^Av 8" Erfpov. in opp. to i fiJi", v. 73. ' Now the other rock 
you will see [to be] lower, Odysseus. They are close to one another.' 
Some write uKrialoi against the MSS,, but rKrialor [flat] rUA^A, is quite 
admissible. Cp, oi^edui woUi <rA,7irist- oAXf^J'*'! Od. 14. 13. 

1. 104. T^ B' ini, sub ilia aulem [arbort]. 

L 108. iX\i n&ka, ■ But be sure [so ikxA i^iXa, Od. 4. 47a] to send 
your ship past [inf. for imperal.] quickly nearing Scylla's rock.' »r»«Xi|(i... 

tperf- from irrtdfiu. ^^ 

L 113. 6ir^K-»po^iiY-= secretly escape from and get forward. ^^M 
1. 114. -rVGl^Scylla. ^H 

1. lie. G^aS, 14.3. ^^M 

1. III. Join GitSuv-QirOa [f 17. l] mpi vttptj. ^^H 

I. Its- Job Jf-tXTtnu, SC out of the ship. ^^^| 



I 



ODYSSEY, XII. 347 

I. 124. ^dav, PoHTTpctv, inf. for imperat. 

1. 127. Opiv. vt|<ros. Identified by the ancients (Thuc. 2. 6) with 
Sicily and its three promontories (rpeit dnpcu). But we are still in fable- 
land. 

1. 134. Op{\^aau TfKo€oid tc. A protbysterortt as in Od. 4. 208. 

II. 137-141 = Od. II. 109-113. 
11. 144-146 =Od. II. 636-638. 
11. 148-152 =0d. II, 6-10. 

I. 157. The readings vary between <l>jjyviuif and (fuSyotfjiw, The 
optative would imply that escape was less probable than death. See on 
Od. 4. 692. Join Oav. ical KTipo ^vy. The particip. dXcv. stands alone, 
as in II. 5. 28 rdv fA^r 6X€v6,/ji€vov rbv 9h Krdfi&fw, 

1. 161. aur69i, * where I am placed,' sc. dp$bv kv larow. 

1. 164. ^ficis 8i irU^civ, * Then do ye make me fast 1' 

L 165. Tol licaorra, sup. v. 61. 

1. 1 75. |tcY<^'n ^^t sc. CTifiapShf x«P^* 

1. 181 = Od. 9. 479. 

1. 182. With Su&KovTcs may be supplied v^o, * urging on the ship,' as 
&plM didftc€iv, n. 8. 439. 

1. 189. Sou fi6YTi<''av, the mood points to the definite circumstances 
of the war, yivtjprax is general, and includes all occurrences irrespective 
of time ; cp. Od. 10. 38. 

L 203. The oars flew from the hands of the startled rowers. They 
were kept from falling overboard by the leathern loops [rpoiroi, Od. 4. 
782] which served for rowlocks, but the blades dropped with a splash on 
the water. 

1. 209. Iiri, sc. Ivccrri. [A Schol. reads Ivci, as if from tww, twofuu, ' 
•follows us*J. 

1. 210. ctXci, imperf. from clX^o), £p. form of cJXw, 'to shut in.* 

1. 212. fiv^o-€<r0ai, sc. •fiiia*, Cp. Virg. Aen. i. 103. 

1. 217. icv|3«pvTi0' = /icu/3€pv^o. 

L 220. (TKoir. cirifiaico, *Keep near to the rocks,' viz. to Scylla and 
Charybdis. Others read CKoviXov^'Xic&XXrit, *Lest tmawares [the 
ship] sheer off in that direction,' viz. towards the dangerous ILKa'^icTal, 

1. 222=:Od. 10. 428. 

1. 223. oyntkr* cftvO., i. e. * said no more about her.' than this vague 
reference in the word <ricoiriAMK. 

1. 225. cvrds, sc. within the ship. 

1. 229. ticpui vT|ds irp<^pT|s, 'the deck of the fore-ship.' vp<ppff, like 
wp6yarqy is properly an adj. For ?«pia, see on Od. 5. 252. 

1. 230. tBlYH-^v. § 20. 4. 

1. 235. IvOcv fiiv Yclp iSKvXXt) [ijv]. The verb &y€fifioi0, suits Charybdis 
only. 

1. 238. dva|iop|i., § 17* 6, 



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I 



* 348 yOTBS. 

l. ifL^ip., sc on ScflU uid Chaiybdis. 
. iittm; i 17. 6. Ivrvvb. id the hollow g 
water. ' And below the ground showed dark with sand.' The cominOD, 
but less accurate reading is marlii, in agreemeDt with ^fijj^. 

1. I47- it vijo, 'at the ship.' p.iB' froCp., ■ in search of my crew.' 

1. ]£!. Join KaTopdUuv aiGa-ra. SiXev ixSun, 'as a bait forfiahei.' 

1. 1 = 3. The icJpai is generally inlerpteted to be a Utile sheath of horn 
slipped over the shank of the hook where it joins the line, to save the 
line from being bitten through. 

1. 134. ia-mCpovra, sc 'x^^i ^^ singular number referring to each 
fish as caught. ejJ^liJk, aorist of custom, here paiallel with wpoSijau 

I. 356. kikXtiyovto*. as if from a pres. HiKfJiyai. Others read miiXi)- 
ySirai (wAdfon). 

1. 265. fiuin|6p.gO .. pXT|xV- Cea. and ace are both used with 
duoiiiu', cp. w. 198, ^i, where gen. and ace. are used respectively; here 
the uses are combined. suXlEo^i., ' housed for the night' 

1. 367. The readings vary here (as in Od. 10. 493, q. v.) between 
|i£vTi]afi and p^yriuf. 

L njg. ■ A hard man thon art beyond ail measure [is] thy strength, 
nor dost thou weary in Ihy limbs.' ttfii, advbl., as in Od. 3. 95. 

L 181. Ka|idT(^ viTHf, ■ exhausted with toil and sleepiness;' cp. Od. C. 

I. With i£i{K. cp. Od. t. 134. 

1. 884. oAtw. -just as we are.' Boi^, ' sudden.' because in those lati- 
tudes the darkness falls without the lung northern twilights. The cpithM 
implies the idea of ' terrible.' but only from this reason. Cp. ifiifu f 
dpaiiiBty rbl, int v. 315. dXahijirSai, irreg. Ep. perf. dxAJiinimt Irom 

1. iSG. The wind that rises at night-fall is represented as coming out 
o/the night. Witli iLe plur. cp. di-TD^ai, sup. v, 4. 

1. 190. OfOv dfio|Ti. ■ despite the will of the God*." This describes 
the fate of men who bring on themselves destruction which heaven never 
meant for them. Cp. Imip iiipav.Od, i. 34. 

1. 191. iriift^. wni, 'let us do night's bidding.' i. e. get oar supper, as 
the next line shows. 

1. 193. tvivni\isv, {iriiu), sc. y^a, ' will push out.' 

1. 311. tAaiJirrnaof.'^ lAaiovai. v4|Sufiai, see on Od. 4. 793. 

1. 311. 'But when it was in the third part of the night.' Itjv used 
impers., as taxSit ^v, 11. 9. 551. The night was divided into three parts, 
and so in the present instance was in its last third, or, as we say, was 
more than two-thirds gone. 

nopifxiiitv 81 nXtaai irif 
■niv Ho itoipieiv, TfttiT^ S' {ti iiapa \iMir. 

II. 10. 153. ^•TDpiP'^Kn, 'bad crossed the zenith/ so /icrtriau 
the son, Od. 9. 58. 



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ODYSSEYy XII. 349 

1* 3T3> t^'^, A heterocUte ace. from (a4*f tiie ordinaiy form being (aQ. 

11- 313-315 *»0d- 9- 67-69. 

1. 31 7. cUrcfi^o-. (nr^os, * having hankd her into a cave.' 

L 320. Iv Ydp . . tAv 8^ po^s^ since there is . . so let ns/ etc. 

L 325. &t\,flabat, an aor. from drj/u. Another form is Au, theimperf. 

1* 330. Koil 8tj dypi[y, (the 81) &yp. coalescing by S3mizesis)9 ' and when 
they were questing game.* 

L 33a. Ircipf 8i gives the reason why they condescended to such food. 
But the line is of doubtful authority. 

L 333. Air4<mxov, that he might be alone with the god, Od. 4. 367. 

1. 336. «irl 9Kihras ^v. Cp. Od. 5. 443. 

1. 344. ^4{oficv, i. e. fii^cafteu. The sacrifice would imply a meal for 
the sacrifices 

1. 345. Notice the optat. d^iKo(|MOa to express a possible, and the 
subjunct 494X1) . . 4^l<nraivTav {twofuu), a probable result. 

1. 346. Kcv Tcv{o)Mv. For Ktv with frit, indie, cp. II. 14. 267 kyit 84 
M€ Uhtw, Od. 19. 558 M4 /e4 7t« d\i$fcf. See p. 230. 

1- 350. PovXo|i«u. 4), cp. Od. II. 489. 

1. 351. aTpc^c<T6oa, * to be exhausted,' properly of things squeezed 
out by drops, (npSLy^, CTpayySt, 

1* 354* 'i'^^ parenthesis, from oi y^ Tf)Xc . . cvpv)i4Ttt»iroi, is the 
explanation of iyyijOiv, After the parenthesis, the constr. is broken, the 
rcLt 8^ taking up the /3oa)v dplorat of v. 353, and serving as an apodosis 
to the sentence. 

!• .^56. ir€p£<m|aAv Tf, [al. vtpiffrfyyaprol, * stood round the victim.' 
Cp. n. 2. 410 

fiovv T€ trfpianjaiof re not oOXox^tm &y4\oirro. 
Here they had no barley, and were obliged to use oak-leaves for the 
cAXoxiHtcu, 

1. 360. Cp. Od. 3. 458 foU. for a similar description. 

1. 363. cir^irroiv, sc. M ffxiCv** ^^- 3* 459* 

^ 369. "^i^ &vTfiifj. For the gender of adj., cp. Od. 4. 442. 

1. 370. |mt' &9av. is strange, as Odysseus vtras not in the presence of 
the gods. We may trans. * Made my voice heard in the assembly of the 
gods.' Perhaps we may read A*^7[a] = * aloud.' Yryuvctiv, § 4. i. 

L 374. dtKia (§ 13. 3) fl-YY. -fiXO., ' came with the message.' 

^375* S [^0 ^^ P^s cKTOfftcv '?||uit [tCTtufca], aL licror iraxpoi. Od. 
9. 320 has iterafitv for 4£4ra/Ltc from rifJivej, 

L 378. rtoxu, imperat. i aor. med. rlvu. 

L 383. ^ocCvM. Conjunctive in sense of future, as hhvoa Od. 9. 37 ; 
rtpucXvra 8%>* dvofffivaj, II. 9. 121. Trans, 'and give light,' as inf. v. 

385. 

^ 3^7* J^^ T^ ^^ [ircdpojv] vv)a lyC^ &v Tvr0d Kcdotkifu, PaXc^v &. k., 
*I will split into shivers.' 



3SO XOTBS. 

I. 391. dXXMiv AXo* {*HrraB., the adv. contains the idea 
from one to anotller, and standing facing him. wbich eiplaia 

1. 394. Toicnv, ' in the sight of m; comrades.' 

L 399. fi^ ipSopiv, synizesis. tvl^at, sc to the sixth. 

1. 401. MfMfiVi, cp. sup. V. 193. 

L 404. Y»Am, so yiar, {letranm), Hdt. 4. 198. 

L 407. i\ B' ISii. [e^J, ' and she acndded on.' 

t. 409. Two forestays held ap the mast utd were made 
hows. Here both broke, so the mast at once fell aft inti 
rigging and all. 

L 414. Lpii^v, J la. I ; eee 00 Od. j. 35a. ■dTirtn 
4 7. 

L 417. tr\f^, I 20. 4, (vifiwkiiiu). 

1. 419. diroaCwTo. Elsewhere written dmJrv/itu, H. li. 5) 

1. 410. ' But I kept padng the length of the ship till the wa 
(Awi-Xmit) the sides from the keel, and the surge carried hei 
mantled, and brolie off (lfiW<) ^" ^°^^ '^°^ '<> '^^ ^ 
baclcslay had tumbled over it [the mast] made of o»-hide.' 

1. 433. ^[-rovot, (here with long (, nutri gral). may t 
which pulls up the sail-yard. But it is better to take it i 
stay of the mast. Vidt Frontispiece. 

1. 427, ^9*. .i^pa dvaiwT,, 'came.. so that I retraced 11 
fell Chaiybdis.' 

L 433- Tip irpDo^ilt JX'< 'held on, clinging to it like a 
could nowhere either plant myself firm 00 my feet, or mon 
for the roots stretched far away [dx^''- neut, as i^dv'fx'''' 
38], and the brandies hung far above my head.' 

1. 438, JlXflov. sc. mast and keel. 

1. 439. ' Now [at the hour] when a man rises [aor. of cu 
the assembly.' This denotes evening. Tlie verses are suspec 
Odysseus came to the place at sun-rise, and the whirlpool 
three times a day, v. 105 ; so he was kept waiting too long. 

1. 443. flKsB' i-iii, 'And I let down my hands and feet &c 
make a plunge, and I plumped down in ^e middle of the wa 
the long timl>era." 

1.451. xflilii. sc. Od. T. 344. 

!• 453' Joi" a&m (luOoX. and if 4^- *ipilH-> ' clearly told.' 



INDEX. 



The principal words and phrases explained in the Notes. 



Ayopi, J. 

aWowra, 8. 57. 



309. 



». asS. 



aXaXxtiv, 10. aSS. 

SklTTjtitVOt, 4- 807. 

oXirpiSf, 5. iSi. 

StXos, I. 131. 

aXd; {loc.genJ), II. 4. 

OA0IJ1TTTI(, 1. J49. 
d^pdb), G. 64. 

intp ffMl, II. 433. 

d/iijbaaijjji, 5. "o. 
diupi&tS'l'iii 9- 198- 
d^iyuiif.t, 8. joo. 
dfi^it'XicriTaf, 3. 163. 
dfiijurimiWoVf y 63. 
d^^i^fXacfot, 4. 661. 

d^4.u,i. 54. 

d*' iftii', 8. 377. 
dvo^mWu' ^vn.), 1. 416, 
dviXovnc, J. 4 5 J. 
ac.9, a. 340. 



OHBVM, 5. 1 39. 

antaaCiiaat, 6. 41). 
dir((X(i>', 8. 3S1. 
dtrt^ffSiuvot, 10. 75, 
amiVBiTaf, 7. 316. 

miiiifijr, Il.i44• 
d7^l>)nJ/tMgAtf, [o. 301, 
dpyti^imit, I. 38. 

'Apyoc. See 'eXXot. 
dpyrff, a. II. 
opyu^rai, S. Jjo, 
dpijithot, 6, 3, 
ipiOTtpk x'ip^^, 5- 377. 
dp/ioiilai, 5 . 3 48. 



€X.'«, 10, 463. 
dd^oSiX^, II. 53 
aiibiiiinm, 5. 334. 
ObXdi, 9. 156. 
c^ntt, 4. <><>S. 
&V^ I a. J9. 

(«, 10. 548, 



SJ9. 






. 3ac 



0oeic-iVBt, 3. 154. 

^(Xt) oyavd, ;. aSo. 
ffki«r>i« (y™.), I. 195. 
/Sd^v aya86sy 3. 311. 

groX^, 3. IJ7- 
/SauXofuu, 9. 96. 
iSDvXvrdt^c, 9. 5G. 
fipltras, 6. 159, 



35^ 



INDEX. 



r. 

yeymPtiVf 5. 400, 
yXavKomis, !• 44* 
y6yj^0Sy 5. 24^* 

A. 

b<uii6vtoSf 10. 472* 
biceroj 6. 242. 
dfibexaraif 7* 73« 
diaKTopof, I. 84. 
didevnav, 12. 54* 
bup6sf 6. 201. 
8i(TjcUy II. loo. 

dUcuoSf 3* 5^* 
dim;) 4. 691. 
bimvxay 3. 458. 

E. 

caov, 8. 325. 
€yyvda(r6ai, 8. 351, 
€yx€a'ifiMpoif 3. 188. 

€0€vr}o-€f 9. 540« 

€tS©ff {of cbaractet\ I. 428. 

ctXin-odcff, I. 92. 

ciXvfia, 6. 179. 

tio€poVf 8. 5^9* 

cipovro, II. 542. 

clpvoTM oboVf 6. 265. 

€((ror, 3. 10. 

eK\rj6dv€i, 7. 221* 

€kXvov, 6. 185. 

ciera/ui€V, 9. 320. 

cXaav, 5. 290. 

cXax^uz. See Xax«a. 

€Xj;Xa8aT0, 7. 86. 

cXiKCff) I. 92. 

*EXXaff, I. 343- 

eXooxri, 7. 319. 

IXo-ar, 5. 132. 

ev xfiXfO"* <i>vvTiSy I. 381 ; 2. 

ivafyyflsj 7. 201. 

€i/dioff, 4. 456. 

€vbvK€a>s, 7. 256. 

cViavrdr, i. 16, 



302. 



» /_ 



e'yyeapos, io» 19. 



iv<Mruiy 4« 42. 
cfoXdff, II. 134* 

€0tK6T€Sy 3. 124. 

incuvrif 10. 491. 
iirdp^wrOai, 3. 34^* 
€ir€v^vo6€f 8. 365. 
iirriparoSf 4. 606. 
fwri€Tav6s^ 4* 89. 
iirriyK€vUi€s, $• ^S^- 
€fri (^'=tJban), 7« ai^* 
/TTifiiera, 8. 307. 
€7ri(a<t>€kS>s, 6. 330. 
imripa, 3. 164. 
hriKaptriaiy 9. 70. 
hriKkrja-iv, 5. 273. 
hritriivyep&Sf 3« I95» 
C7riOT€(pr(r^ai, i. 148. 
imoTioVf 6. 265. 
ciriifravciv, 8. 547* 
iiricoyri, 5. 404. 
€Voix(o-6aif 5. 62. 
€ir<awixoSf 7* 54* 
€j}yovTetirogT€, 2. 372« 
cpKfo, 8. 57. 
cpoT/, 9. 222. 

€p<0€lVf 12. 75* 

€(rxopd<l>iv, 5. 59* 
irtOifirta^ 6. 166. 
irqrvfios, 3. 241. 
cvdcicXoff, 9. 21. 
€VK€aTO?f 5. 60. 

txVVTO, 10. 410. 

Z. 
fa?, la. 3i3« 

(cDtfUVMf 7. 148. 
H. 

^- — 5, 1. 175- 
17 pa, 2. 321. 
^yi/Xaf f I*', II. 618. 
^ta, 5. 266. 
r[k€KTpovy 4. 73* 
nfifiporev, 7. 292. 
np,i6v<ov ovpa^ 8. 1 23. 
nTTcdai/dr, 8. 311. 
\ n2>6i -Kpi, «>. \^^« 



INDEX. 



353 



e. 

BiXtiVf 9. 96. 
6€ov8ri9y ^, 121. 
^o^ vrjvsy 7« 34^ 
^0:7 vv^, 12. 284. 
OvfJLaprjgf 10. 361. 

I. 

trfai (jntrans*)i 7. I3i» 
iKficvoff, 2. 420. 
ucputf 5. 252, 
t/idr, I. 441. 
ItTTonebr)^ 12. 51. 
toTOff, 2. 94. 

K. 

KaipoaiaVy 7. 107* 
Kdp.p.opoSf 5* ^^^* 
icaTa*c€C€T€, 7. 188. 
jcaraXo^ddtai 10. 169, 
Karapx^aBai, 3. 445. 
KOTex^ip, 9. 6 ; 11. 301. 
Kario-x^p^vcu, 11. 456. 
K€KpdavTOy 4. 132. 
K€\€V(r€fi(vai, 4. 274. 
Kepas, 12. 253. 
KCpdcikeoSi 6. 146. 
icTfTtoea-a'a, 4. i. 
/cXeoff, I. 283. 
KkriiSf I. 441. 
/cXcd^cr, 7. 197. 
Kparcuis, 11. 597*. 
Kpwdo'OioVf 8. 36. 
KvavoSy 7. 87* 

A. 

Xa;^€(a, 9. 1 1 6. . 
XficTO, 4. 453. 
\t\€ip.p.€V0Sf 9. 448. 
Xc^or TTOpiTvveiv, 3. 403. 
XiTT* ikai^, 3. 466. 
XiTo, 1. 130. 
Xo€Tpo;(ooy, 8. 435. 
Xayros, 4. 603. 



M. 

papvolpuBay 1 1 . 5 1 3 . 
fiax^ovfievoSf il. 403. 
p.€k(nHray I2. 70. 
fiikoif 9. X9. 
fiea'6bfirif a. 424. 
fi€rad6pinoSf 4. 194. 
fierao'a'Mf 9. 221. 
firjTideiSf 4. 227. 
p.o\7rrif 6, 10 1. 
p.op<firiy 8. 170, 
/AvxcJy, 7. 87. 

N. 

paterao), I. 404. 
vda-a-a^ 4* i7i» 
y€M$r, 5. 127. 
v€7rob€gf 4. 404. 
vijdvfiogy 4. 793. 
mpridasy i, 297. 
vvtraaf 8. I2i. 

O. 

6data, 8. 163. 
o7fi?7, 8. 74. 
okod^ptopj I. 52. 
o/^ff> 4. 775. 
(ovrip.€vos, 2. 33. 
^id€Vf II. 66. 
OTriVcrci)) I. 222. 
SpovTOy 3. 471. 
ore, 12. 22. 
ov fiaXa, 7. 32. 
ovXm, 3. 441. 
ouXor, 4. 50* 
o^pa. See ^fU($ya>v. 
ovrdp^vosy II. 40. 

n. 

9raiiraX($ciffi 3. 170. 
iraKifi7r€T€S, 5' 27« 
irawTTtpraTOS, 9. 22* 
irapan\rjy€Sy 5. 418. 
irapavbavy II. 488. 
napdep^voi, 9. 255. 
nap6€viKrj, 7. 26. 



354 ttiDEX. 


irdx'rot, 8. 1B7. 


W/MTOc, 6. 393. 


mi^p, 5. 389. 


TfToyvtrro, 4.13a. 


j«.o-,«iror, 9. IJ5. 


rfTcXfO'/icroF, 5. 90. 


imrakarrBai, p. J31. 


TnTj^ili!*, 10. 88. 


naiXTr/o" X°P°'' 8. J64, 


r(jl(.^i7™i, 7. Iio. 




njXemiXos, 10. 83. 


irtpl it^p., 5. j6. 


TT)\vytTOS, 4. II. 




T«<, 5. 173. 


TitplaKfTtTos, 10. ao9. 


toIm, I. ao9. 


irep.ff™wi;(;ifTai, 10. 10. 


Tolalkai, a, 46. 




Tpaicilo^y, 8. 393. 


fflop, 9. 1)5. 


rpixavujuTA, la. JI3 


fl-Xijpypi't, 9. 486, 




wXlBT^, lO. J. 


Y. 


mfflir, 5. a6o. 


«!0o.;;i.»>. 


&u6^(M>c, 6. 33). 




a-,, S. 337- 
iBTtinrpofXuirai', 6. 87 






iwwr, 10. J I. 


VKip^poy,t. 33. 


trpoTiltts, 7. 93. 


uwepai, 5. 360. 




i^.pi>lA0!, I. 1 3 J. 


ff/«S™™, 3. 435. 






wnjranir, 10. 379. 


P. 


v>r<Sftn,x<i, S. 3'9- 


^ikI», 5. 381. 




pwot, 6. J67, 
iMiAw, I. 365. 


i>lrtwrn,\os, 4. 458. 


*. 


<rrd(?(.i(, 5.9+5. 




<7Ta^"wcS-a53- 
orriiTO, II. 584. 


&,'<';m%8. 


OTpfvycirAii, 13. J51. 


•pgaoill. 330. 


(rrpi-f,etU, 9. 4J5. 




<7Tv|ai/«, II. 503. 


^(trd, 8. 399. 


''X'^'l. 5- 33- 


X. 






xSofiaX^, 9. 33. 




Xp.£»>, 8. 79. 




Xpv<rT,Xar<^p.,4-«". 






T(iw,Xry.,t, 1. 100. 


Q. 


r(X«i', 5. 390- 


Ti\i<Kp6pos, 4- 86. 


^5.,i.i83. 


wAiTfw, 4. Jja. 


oi«a»Dt, 10. 50B. 



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