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THE IDYLLIUMS OF THEOCRITUS.

XX. On the Statue of Pisander, who wrote

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153

a Poem

Dedication

styled the Labours of

Preface.

..... 155

Hercules .............................. 240

XXI. Epitaph on the Poet Hipponax......... ib.

Some Account of the Life and Writings of

XXII. Theocritus on his own Works ......... ib.

Theocritus

Essay on Pastoral Poetry. By Edward Burnaby

Greene, Esq.......

..... 166 |

ARGONAUTICS OF APOLLONIUS RHODIUS.

Idyllium I. Thyrsis, or the Hymeræan Ode. 171 | Dedication

243

II. Pharmaceutria..

176 Preface ............................****

245

III. Amaryllis .........

179 | Book I. ................................................

251

IV. The Shepherds

.................. 181

II. ................................ .*

V. The Trarellers .......

276

VI. The Herdsmen ..........

186

IV. ..

287

VII. Thalisia, or, the Vernal Voyage 188 Notes to the Argonautics ........................ 303

VIII. The Bucolic Singers

192

IX. Daphnis and Menalcas ..... 194

THE RAPE OF HELEN:

X. The Reapers .......................

195

Or, the Origin of the Trojan War: a Greek

XI. Cyclops ..............

XII. Aites ................*****

001 Poem by Coluthus ......... .............., 325

XIII, Hylas .............

XIV. Cynisca's Love... ...........

205

THE ODES OF ANACREON.

XV. The Syracusian Gossips .........

I. On his Lyre

............. 337

XVI. The Graces, or Hiero ............

II. On Women

............ 338

XVII. Ptolemy ............

III. Cupid benighted ......................

ib.

XVIII. The Epithalamium of Helen ... 215 IV. On Himself

...............**

339

XIX. The Honey-stealer .........

V. On the Rose .............................

340

XX, Eunica, or the Neatherd.. jb. VI. The Party of Pleasure............... 541

XXI. The Fisherman ............... . 219

VII. The Power of Love ..................

ib.

XXII. Castor and Pollux .......... 220 VIII. The Dream .........................

ib.

XXIII. The despairing Lover....... 226 IX. The Dove .............

542

XXIV. The young Hercules ....... 227

X. Cupid in Wax ...........

343

XXV. Hercules the Lion-slayer .... 230

XI. On Himself .........................

ib.

XXVI. Bacchæ ....................

235 XII. On a Swallow .........................

544

XXVII, Omitted ......................

XIII. On Atys ...............................

345

XXVIII. The Distaff ........................

XIV. Love irresistible ............ ............

XXIX. The Mistress .................

XV. Happy Life ...........

346

XXX, The Death of Adonis ..............

XVI. The Power of Beauty ............... jb.

XVII. The silver Bowl ...................... 347

XVIII. On the same ......................."

THE EPIGRAMS OF THEOCRITUS.

XIX. We ought to drink ................... ib.

I. Offerings to the Muses and Apollo ... 238 XX. To his Mistress........................

348

II. Offering to Pan.............................

XXI. Summer ..............................

III. To Daphnis, sleeping.....................

XXII. The Bower ....................

IV. A Vow to Priapus .........................

XXII. The Vanity of Riches ...........

V. The Concert .............................

XXIV. Enjoyment ....................

VI. Thyrsis has lost his kid................

XXV. Wine banishes Cares .......

VII. On the Statue of Æsculapius .........

XXVI, The Transports of Wine......

Vull. Orthon's Epitaph ................

XXVII. The Praise of Bacchus ......

IX. On the Fate of Cleonicus ...............

XXVIII. His Mistress's Picture.........

X. On a Monument erected to the

The same Ode imitated ........

Muses.................

XXIX. Bathyllus.................

XI. Epitaph on Eusthenes the Physing-

XXX. Cupid taken Prisoner ............

nomist .......

.....

XXXI. The pleasiog Frenzy ...........

XII. On a Tripod dedicated to Bacchus by

XXXII. The Number of his Mistresses ...

Demoteles ............

XXXII. The Swallow .....

XIII. On the image of the heavenly Venus, XXXIV. To his Mistress ..........

XIV. Epitaph on Eurymedon.............

XXXV. On the Picture of Europa ....

XV. On the same ...........

XXXYI. Life should be enjoyed ...

XVI. On Anacreon's Statue ........... ib. XXXVII. The Spring .......

XVII. On Epicarmus .....

ib. XXXVIII. On Himself..........

XVIII. Epitaph on Clita, the Nurse of Medeus 240 XXXIX. On Himself..........

XIX. Arcbilochas .......

....... ib. XL. Cupid wounded .................. 556

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XLL The Banquet of Love... ....... 356

THE WORKS OF SAPPHO.

XLII. On Himself .......................

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XLIIL The Grasshopper ..........

ib. The Life of Sappho...........

371

XLIV. The Dream ............................

358) Ode I. An Hymn to Venus ........... 375

XLV. Cupid's Darts..............

ib. II. More happy than the gods is he ... ib.

XLVI. The Power of Gold ...............

ib.

XLVII. Young Old-Age ..................... 359

FRAGMENTS.

XLVIII. Gay Life...............................

ib. | I. The Plejads now no more are seen.

..... 576

XLIX. To a Painter .................. ib. II. This seems to have been addressed to an
L The bappy Effects of Wine ......

arrogant unlettered Lady, vain of her

LI, On a Disk, representing Venus...

Beauty and Riches ........................

LII. Grapes, or the Vintage ............ ib. III. To Venus

361 | IV. Cease, gentle mother, cease your sharp

LIV. Grown Young.........................

362 reproof .........................................

LV. The Mark ...............................

V. On the Rose ..........

LVL Old Age ..........

Part of an Ode_which Sappho is supposed to

LVII. That we should drink with Mo-

have written to Anacreon

deration ............................

363

Two Epigrams....

.... ib.

LVIII. The Love-Draugbt ................ ib.

LIX. To a scornful Beauty .............

LX, Epithalamium on the Marriage TRANSLATIONS FROM BION AND MOSCHUS.

of Stratocles and Myrilla ......

LXL On Gold................................ 364

The Lives of Bion and Moschus................... 381

LXII. On the Spring ......................

THE IDYLLIUMS OF BION.

LXIII. To Cupid

LXIV. To Cupid ...........................

365 J. On the Death of Adonis ................ 383

LXV. On Himself ........................

II. Cupid and the Flower .....................

LXVI. On Apollo .........................

III. The Teacher taught ..........................

LXVII. On Love..............................

366 IV. The Power of Love .....................,

LXVIII. The Supplication ................

V. Life to be enjoyed..............................

IXIX. Artemon

ib. VI. Cleodamus and Myrson ....................

LXX. To his Boy.................................

VII. The Epithalamium of Achilles and Dei-

damia..................... .............

VIII. Love resistless .....................................

THE EPIGRAMS OF ANACREON.

IX. Friendship .....................................

1. On Timocritus ..........

FRAGMENTS.

II. On Agathon .............

I. On Hyacinthus

III. On the Son of Cleenor .........,

367

II. Thus to the smith it is not fair ...........

IV. On a Figure representing three bacchæ, ib.

III. Invite the Muses, love, and in their train,

V. On Myron's Cow .......

IV. Incessant drops, as proverbs say .........

Vl. On the same .......

V. On a steep cliff, beside a sandy beech ...

VII. On Company....

VIII, A Dedication to Jupiter in the Name

VI. Let me not pass without reward .........

of Phidola .....

VII. In beauty boasts fair womankind ......

IX. To Apollo, in the Name of Naucrates. ib.

THE IDYLLIUMS OF MOSCHUS.

X. Another Dedication ....

I. .............

389

XI. Another ...........

II. Europa ..........

390

XIL Another, by Leocrates ............

III. On the Death of Bion ................

.. 393

XIII. On the Son of Aristocles ...

IV. Megara

395

XIV. Praxidice this flowery mantle made..

V. The Choice ........

397

XV, Under a Statue....

| VI. Capricious Love

XVI. Another .......

| VII. To the evening Star ..................

· XVII. Another .........

VIII, Alpheus.............

XVIII. To Mercury your orisons address ... 'ib.

IX. Eunica, or the Herdsman....

ib.

XIX. Great Sophocles, for tragic story

prais'd

ib. Cupid turned Ploughman. An Epigram ...... 599

XX, O Mercury ! for honours paid to thee, ib. The Loves of Hero and Leander

ib.

ib.

ib.

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