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Χ.

Τι θροείς;

Φ. Μή, πρός αραίου Διός, έλθης, ικετεύω.

Μετρίαζε.
Φ. Ω ξένοι, μείνατε, προς θεών.
Χ.
Φ. Αιαι αιαι, δαίμων δαίμων.

Απόλωλ’ ο τάλας:
"Ω πούς πούς, τί σ' έτ' εν βίω
Τεύξω τω μετόπιν τάλας;

"Ω ξένοι, έλθετ' επήλυδες αύθις. Χ. Τί δέξοντες άλλοκότω

Γνώμα των πάρος, ων προύφαινες και Φ. Ούτοι νεμεσητόν, αλύοντα χειμερία

Λύπα και παρά νούν θροεϊν.
Χ. Βαθί νυν, ώ τάλαν, ώς σε κελεύομεν.
Φ. Ουδέποτ' ουδέποτ', ίσθι τόδ' έμπεδον,

Ουδ' ει πυρφόρος αστεροπητής
Βροντάς αυγαϊς μ' είσι φλογίζων.
'Ερρέτω "Ίλιον, οί θ' υπ' εκείνα
Πάντες όσοι τόδ' έπλασαν εμού ποδός
Άρθρον απώσαι.

Αλλ', ώ ξένοι, έν γέ μοι εύχος ορέξατε.
Χ. Ποίον έρείς τόδ' έπος ;
Φ.

Ξίφος, εί ποθεν, "Η γένυν, ή βελέων τι, προπέμψατε. Χ. Ως τίνα δέξης παλάμαν ποτέ; Φ. Κράταπό πάντα και άρθρα τέμω χερι.

Φονα φονα νόος ήδη.
Χ. Τί ποτε ;
.

Πατέρα ματεύων
Χ. Πού γάς ;
Φ.

Ες Αίδου

Χ. Ου γάρ έστ' έν φάει γ έτι,

Ω πόλις ή πόλις πατρία,
Πώς αν είσίδοιμι σ' άθλιός και ανήρ,
"Ος γε σαν λιπών ιεράν λιβάδ' εχθρούς

"Έβαν Δαναούς αρωγός· έτ' ουδέν είμι. The choruses of the Roman tragic poet Seneca are for the most part the συστήματα μετρικά άτακτα, s0 called, that is, composed of well known and ordinary verses and half verses, which, however, do not correspond to each other antistrophically.

INDEX.

[The figures refer to the number of the page.]
Acatalectic series, 26.

Anapaestic systems_used by the
Adaptation of rhythm and metre dramatists, 246; Roman dram.
to words, 21.

252; Seneca, 253.
Adonius, versus, 83, 90, 132. Anapaesticus, dimeter, 100.
Aeolian mood, 46, 59, 73.

Anapaestica, dipodia, 99.
Aeolian poetry, 45.

Anapaestica, hexapodia, 102.
Aeolian style, 289.

Anapaests, irrational, 102.
Aeolian strophes, 35, 46.

Anapaest, light or irrational, 17.
Aeolian yerses, 89.

Anapaests, logaoedic, 19.
Aeschylus, 48.

Anapaesticus, monometer, 99.
Afranius, C., 55.

Anapaestica, monopodia, 99.
Αγωγή, 20.

Anapaestica, pentapodia, 102.
Alcaeus, 45.

Anapaests, rational, 98.
Alcaic strophe, 280; used among Anapaesticus, tetrameter, 101.
the Romans, 280.

Anapaestica, tetrapodia, 101.
Alcaicus decasyllabus, 95. Anapaesticus, trimeter, 100.
Alcaicum dodecasyllabum, 91. Anapaestica, tripodia, 101.
Alcaicus hendecasyllabus, 92. Anapaest, trochoidic, 17.
Alcmaicum dodecasyllabum, 93. Annomination, 23.
Alcmanium, genus, 120. Αντεπίρρημα, 336.
Alcmanium, metrum, 102. Antiphanes, 49.
Alcmanius, versus, 116.

Antibacchius, 10.
Alexander, 49.

Antispastus, antispast, 10, 29.
Alexandria, 49.

Antistrophe, 35.
Alexis, 49, 53.

Αντιστροφή, 35.
Alliteration, 23.

Antistrophic composition in Do.
Amoebaean poetry, 53.

rian lyric and tragic poetry, 288.
Amphibrachys, Amphibrach, 10. Antistrophic choral songs, ž88.
Amphimacer, 10.

'Αντωδή, 336.
'Ανάκλασις, 37.

A pel's metric, 4.
Anacreon, 45.

Apollonius i sidoyedpos, 2.
Anacreontean verse, 150.

Apollonius of Rhodes, 50.
Anacreontic songs, 45.

Aratus, 50.
Anacreontic poems, 218; rhythm Archebuleus, versus, 97, 107.
of, 180.

Archilochus, 44.
Anacreontics, in Seneca, 180. Arion, 46.
Anacrusis, 8.

Aristoxenus, Elements of Harmo-
Ananius, 159, 175.

ny and Rhythm, 2. [2.
Anapaestus, anapaest, 10. Aristides Quintilianus de musica,
Anapaestica, basis, 99.

Aristophanes of Byzantium, 2.
Anapaestic rhythms, 98.

Aristophanes, 48.

Aristophanic verse,

203.

Χορείος ιαμβοειδής, 17.
Arrhythmy, 8.

Χορείος τροχοειδής, 17.
Arsis, 7, 8.

Choriambus, choriamb, 10, 29.
Arvalian fraternity, 160.

Choriambic rhythms, 129.
Asclepiadean verse,

141.

Choriambicus, dimeter, 141.
Asclepiadeum majus, 143. Choriambicus, hexameter, 146.
Assonance, 23.

Choriambicus, monometer, 131.
Asynarteti, versus, 33.

Choriambicus, pentameter, 145.
Asynartete verses, 33, 34, 153. Choriambicum polyschematistum,
Atilius Fortunatianus, 3.

143.
Atellan fables, 54; poets, 178. Choriambicus, tetrameter, 145.
Attius, L., 55, 246.

Choriambicus, trimeter, 143.
Augustious de musica, 2. Choruses in Seneca, 342.
Ausonius, D. Magnus, 58,233,277. Claudius Claudianus, 58.
Babrius, 175.

Clausula, 25.
Bacchius, 10.

Cleanthes, 50.
Bacchic rhythms, 125.

Cleaver, 4.
Bacchiacus, dimeter, 127. Cleomachean verse, 147.
Bacchiaous, tetrameter, 128. Close or clausula, 33.
Bacchylides, 46.

Coluthus, 51.
Bacchylideum metrum, 115. Combination of series, 28.
Basis, 61.

Combination of series and verses
Βάσις, 61,

into rhythmical masses, 33.
Beat, 8.

Comedy, 48.
Bentley, Richard, 3.

Comic trimeter, 171, 173.
Besseldt, K., 4.

Composition κατά στίχον, by the
Bion, 52.

line, 33.
Boeckh, Aug., 4.

Composition κατά τρίστιχον, 238.
Boiscius, versus, or octonarius, 78. Comatic songs, correspondence of,
Boiscus of Syzicus, 176.

333; examples of, 333 sqq.
Bopéns a dissyllable, 193.

Contraction of shorts, 21.
Brachycatalectic series, 26. Corinna, 134.

[338.
Broken verses, 31.

Correspondence in the dialogue,
Brunck, Rich., 3.

Cratinus, 49.
Bucolic poetry, 51.

Cretic rhythms, 108.
Burney, C., 4.

Creticus, dimeter, 111.
Caesura, 38.

Creticus, hexameter, 115.
Caesura xota Toirov Tpoyažov, 185. Creticus, monometer, 109.
Callimachus, 50.

Creticus, pentameter, 115.
Callinus, 44.

Creticus, tetrameter, 114.
Castorion, 166.

Creticus, trimeter, 113.
Catalectic in disyllabum, 26. Cybele, songs of, 149.
Catalectic in syllabam, 26. Cyclic anapaests, 19, 102.
Catalectic in trisyllabum, 27. Dactylus, dactyl, 10.
Catalectic series, 26.

Dactylic rhythms, 80.
Catullus, C. Valerius, 56, 175, Dactylic systems, used by lyric,
176, 276.

tragic and comic poets, 244.
Χασμωδία, 30.

Dactylicus, dimeter, 83.
Choliamb, 45.

Dactylicus, hexameter, 87.
Choerileum, metrum, 183. Dactyl, iamboidic, 17.
Choral composition, 35, 288. Dactyls, irrational, 88.
Choral songs, rhythms in, 314 sqq. I Dactyl, light or irrational, 17.

300 sqq.

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Dactyls, logaoedic, 19, 90. Εμβατήρια, 98, 200.
Dactylicus, monometer, 83. Encomiologicum, metrum, 182.
Dactylicus, pentameter, 86. Ennius, Q., 54.
Dactyls, rational, 81.

'Εφύμνια, 338.
Dactylicus, tetrameter, 86. Epic-didactic poems, 43.
Dactylicus, trimeter, 84.

Epicharmus, 51, 201.
Decapodia Alcaica, 267.
Definition of rhythm, 7.

Epinicia of Pindar, rhythms in,
Demetrius Triolinius, 3.

Epionicum a minore, 141.
Diaeresis, 38.

Epionicum tetrametrum cat., 91.
Διαίρεσις, 39.

Επιφθεγματικά, 126, 338.
Δίχρονοι, 9.

Επίρρημα, 336.
Digamma, 31.
Diiambus, dijamb, 10.

Epitrite kind of rhythm, 15.

Epitritus, Epitrite, 10.
Dimeter, 16.

Epodic composition, 222.
Diomedes, 3.

Epos, 43.
Dionysiac festivals, 47.

"Έπος Αιολικόν, 89, 198.
Dionysiac poems, 149.
Dionysius of Harlicarnassus, de 'Enwdós sc. otpooń, 35.

Epode, 35.
compositione verborum, 2.
Dionysius of Athens, surnamed

Επτάχρονοι, 10.
the Brazen, 233,

Επτάσημοι, 10.
Dionysius Periegetes, 51.

Equal kind of rhythm, 12.
Diphilus, 53.

Erotic poems, 149.
Dipody, 16.

Ηθολόγοι, 147.
Διποδία, 15.

Eupolidean verse, 139.
Δίσημοι, 9.

Eupolis, 49, 175.
Dispondeus, dispondee, 11.

Eurhythmy, 1, 8.
Distich, 270.

Euripides, 48.
Distich composition, 34.

Εξάσημοι, 10.
Distichum elegiacum, 34.

Εξάχρονοι, 10.
Dithyrambs, 36.

Fabula palliata, 55.
Dithyrambic poetry, 46.

Fabula togata, 55.
Ditrochaeus, ditrochee, 10.

Falling rhythm, 8.

Feminine caesura, 40.
Diverbium, 33.
Dochmiac systems in the Greek

Feminine close, 27.
Fescennine

songs, 53.
dramatists, 255.
Dochmius, 11, 110, 117.

Figure, 1.
Doering, L. I., 4.

Flaccus, C. Valerius, 58.
Dorian poetry, 46.

Flavius Mallius Theodorus, 3.
Doric mood, 46, 59, 73, 289.

Flower song in Athen., 177.
Doric strophes, 35.

Foot-caesura, 39.
Double kind of rhythm, 12.

Foot-diaeresis, 39.

Freer anapaestic systems, 250.
Draco, on metres, 2.

Free choral composition, exam-
Drama, 47.
Ductus, 20.

ples of, 339 sqq.
Ecbasis, 63.

Free choral songs, 228.
"Εκβασις, 63.

Free songs forming an indepen-
Ecclesiazousae, 336.

dent whole, 339.

Freese, C., 4.
Elegiac pentameter, 85.
Elegiac poetry, 44.

Friedmann, F. T., 4, 5, 231.

Fulcrum q' or i', 296.
Elias Chorax, 3.

Gaisford, Thom., 3.

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