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THE IDYLLIUMS OF THEOCRITUS.

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XX. On the Statue of Pisander, who wrote

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Dedication

153

a Poem styled the Labours of

Preface.....

155

Hercules

240

Some Account of the Life and Writings of

XXI. Epitaph on the Poet Hipponax.. ib.

Theocritus

160

XXII. Theocritus on his own Works

ib.

Essay on Pastoral Poetry. By Edward Burnaby

o

Greene, Esq.....

ARGONAUTICS OF APOLLONIUS RHODIÚS.

166

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

264

V. The Travellers ..................... 183

III.

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

XI. Cyclops

Or, the Origin of the Trojan War: a Greek

XII. Aites

199

Poem by Coluthus

.... 325

XIII. Hylas

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

THE ODES OF ANACREON.

203

XV. The Syracusian Gossips

204

1. On bis Lyre ....

337

XVI. The Graces, or Hiero

209

JI. On Women

338

XVII. Ptolemy ...

212

III. Capid benighted

ib.

XVIII. The Epithalamium of Helen ... 215

IV. On Himself

359

XIX. The Honey-stealer ...

217

V. On the Rose

340

XX, Eunica, or the Neatherd. ib.

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

S42

XXIV. The young Hercules

227

X. Cupid in Wax

343

XXV. Hercules the Lion-slayer 230

XI. On Himself

XXVI. Bacchæ

235 XII. On a Swallow

344

XXVII. Omitted

XIII. On Atys

345

XXVIII. The Distaff.

236

XIV. Love irresistible

XXIX. The Mistress

ib. XV. Happy Life ....

346

XXX, The Death of Adonis

237

XVI, The Power of Beauty

ib.

XVII. The silver Bowl

347

THE EPIGRAMS OF THEOCRITUS.

XVIII. On the same

ib.

XIX. We ought to drink

ib.

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

348

II, Offering to Pan ....

ib. XXI. Summer

ib.

III. To Daphnis, sleeping.

ib. XXII. The Bower

349

IV. A Vow to Priapus

ib. XXIII. The Vanity of Riches

ib.

V. The Concert

ib.

XXIV. Enjoyment

ib.

VI. Thyrsis has lost his kid....

ib. XXV. Wine banishes Cares

350

VII. On the Statue of Æsculapius

ib, XXVI. The Transports of Wine...

ib.

vul. Orthon's Epitaph

239 XXVII. The Praise of Bacchus

ib.

IX. On the Fate of Cleonicus

ib. XXVIII. His Mistress's Picture.......... 351

X. On a Monument erected to the

The same Ode imitated

ib.

Muses.......

ib. XXIX. Bathyllus.......

352

XI. Epitaph on Eusthenes the Physing-

XXX. Cupid taken Prisoner

ib.

nomist ....

ib. XXXI. The pleasing Frenzy

353

XII. On a Tripod dedicated to Bacchus by

XXXII, The Number of his Mistresses ib.

Demoteles

XXXIII. The Swallow

354

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

ib.

XIV. Epitaph on Furymedon.......

XXXV. On the Picture of Europa

XV. On the same

ib. XXXVI. Life should be enjoyed

ib.

XVI. On Anacreon's Statue

ib. XXXVII. The Spring ....

355

XVII. On Epicarmus ....

ib. XXXVIII. On Himself..

ib.

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

ib.

XIX. Archilochus

ib.

XL, Cupid wounded

556

jb.

jb.

ib.

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ILL. The Banquet of Love...

356

THE WORKS OF SAPPHIO.

XLII. On Himself

357

XLIIL The Grasshopper

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

371

XLIV. The Dream..

358

Ode I. An Hymn to Venus

375

XLV. Capid's Darts.

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

XLVI. The Power of Gold

ib.

XLVIL. Young Old-Age.

359

XLVIII. Gay Life......

ib. 1. The Pleiads now no more are seen ......... 376

XLIX. To a Painter

ib. II. This seems to have been addressed to an
L The happy Effects of Wine 360 arrogant unlettered Lady, vain of her
LI. On a Disk, representing Venus... ib. Beauty and Riches

ib.

LII. Grapes, or the Vintage.

ib. III. To Venus ..

377

LIII. The Rose

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

LIV. Grown Young.

362

reproof

ib.

LV. The Mark

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

ib.

LVI. Old Age

ib. Part of an Ode which Sappho is supposed to

LVII. That we should drink with Mo-

have written to Anacreon

ib.

deration

363

Two Epigrams......

ib.

LVIII. The Love-Draugbt

ib.

LIX. To a scornful Beauty

ib.

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

of Stratocles and Myrilla .... ib.

LXI. On Gold.....

364 The Lives of Bion and Moschus........

381

LXII. On the Spring

ib.

THE IDYLLIUMS OF BION.

LXIII. To Cupid

ib.

LXIV. To Cupid

365 I. On the Death of Adonis

383

LXV. On Himself

ib. II. Cupid and the Flower

386

LXVI. On Apollo

ib. III. The Teacher taught..

ib.

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

366 IV. The Power of Love

ib.

LXVIII. The Supplication

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

ib.

LXIX. Artemon

ib. VI. Cleodamus and Myrson

387

LXX. To his Boy.

ib. VII. The Epithalamium of Achilles and Dei-

damia......

ib.

VIII. Love resistless

ib.

THE EPIGRAMS OF ANACREON.

IX. Friendship.

388

1. On Timocritus

ib.

II. On Agathon

ib.

III. On the Son of Cleenor

I. On Hyacinthus

ib.

367

II. Thus to the smith it is not fair

ib,

IV. Ona Figure representing three bacchæ. ib.

V. On Myron's Cow

ib.

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

VI. On the same

IV. Incessant drops, as proverbs say

ib.

VII. On Company...

ib.

V. On a steep cliff, beside a sandy beech

ib.

FUI. A Dedication to Jupiter in the Name

VI. Let me not pass without reward

ib.

of Phidola

ib.

ib.

VII. In beauty boasts fair womankind

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

X. Another Dedication

ib.

1.

XI. Another

ib.

II. Europa

390

XII. Another, by Leocrates ..

S68

XIII. On the Son of Aristocles

III. On the Death of Bion

393

XIV. Praxidice this flowery mantle made.. ib.

IV. Megara

395

XV. Under a Statue..

V. The Choice

397

ib.

XVI, Another

VI. Capricious Love

ib.

ib.

XTIL. Another

VII. To the evening Star

398

ib.

XVIII. To Mercury your orisons address

VIU, Alpheus......

ib.

ib.

XIX. Great Sophocles, for tragic story

IX. Eunica, or the Herdsman.............

prais'd

ib. Cupid turned Ploughman. An Epigram 399

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

405

.........

THE IDYLLIUMS OF MOSCHUS.

......... 389

ib.

ib.

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