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Dowry Death mFull description. Death Maze Death Maze! But you, who axe fallen, show the folds of loud-bellowing cattle. Scaliger suggested ivpiaB', i. For it is of no use. Why are you mad? A paint and wash will never make Hecuba a Helen. No Hecuba by aid Of rouge and ceruse is a Helen made. You give your cheeks a rosy stain. Those wrinkles moCk your daily toil, No labour will efface 'em ; You wear a mask of smoothest oil, Yet still with ease we trace 'em.

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An art so fruitless then forsake, Which though you much excel in, You never can contrive to make Old Hecuba young Helen. But clearly knowing what Paris through his judgment suflFered, I straightway put crowns, upon the three hnmcMf- ,. But the of the dead was altered in my case. And, while the life-blood flow'd, subom'd my tomb.

But Athens, the Greece of Greece, i country; and he having pleased by his Muse very m has this praise from many also — " This is not your m ment, Euripides ; but you are the monument of this, this monument is clothed in our glory. How oft we two talk'd down the sun ; but thou, HaUcamassian guest, art ashes now! Yet live thy nightingales of song. Menage quotes opportunely Virgil Eel.

One formerly commanded the arms of his country; the other sang what is superior to envy. There is therefore some error in vaUa n mm TiMnfr, which it would not be perhaps difficult to correct. Bat OMCead of water Architeles made use of tears. That stone, alas! Lie light upon the dead, thou stone ; that he Maj own a father's care in placing thee. Clip the first sweet harvest of your cheeks on this and the young tendrils of your beard, O Caius; your father Lucius will receive in his hand your pra for first growth of the beard which is about to inci during many a sun.

They present you with gc [gifts], but 1 with joyous elegiac verses. For the ] is not worse than Pl,utus.. Now, D thenes, swear by the dead;! The children of Neptune and Jupiter exercised their Toath for the prizes of strong wrestling. The fall is of Antaeus. It be- comes Hercules the son of Jupiter to conquer.

Wrest- ling belongs to the Greeks, not the Libyans.

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Two wrestlers here their youthful vigour prove, The son of Neptune this, and that of Jove. They for no vase of bronze contend ; no prize Is set. Whichever lives, the other dies. Antaeus falls. The art 's not Libyan, but of Greece. H LXV. O Chaeronean Plutarch, the sons of the brave. But you cou write another life parallel to your own; for you not one like it.

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Their heroes written and their lives compared. Di LXVn. If you love me, love me in deed, and do me no wrong, miking our friendship the beginning of doing an injury ; fer I assert that open malice is much better for aU men than deceitful friendship; and men say too that rocks under the sea are worse than conspicuous rocks for sea- wandering ships.

But he standing up in the middle, cried out, " Are there not three [falls]? You are a Flatonist among the grammarians.

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But if one ex- amines the dogmas of Plato, you are a grammarian again. You fly from the one to the other; and you neither know the art of grammar, nor are you a Platonist. Having a smack of all things, you have nothing of your own.

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Surely they have shot up rather quickly from another [strange] brazen ground ; nor are they moved by our wind, but a gale rushing from a bull-hide cavern [bellows], travels below under the root of well-bored pipes. And some powerful man, having quick fingers of hand, knows how to handle the harmo- nizing lines of the pipes.

And they leaping squeeze out a soft tune. Behold the thrush and blackbird, be- hold how many starlings are the plunderers of field- abundance. It is right to take the destroyers of fruits. Kill them. Me, the Nymphs' way-side minstrel, whose sweet note Ytr sultry hill is heard and shady grove to float? With just revenge these ravagers pursue ; But grudge me not a leaf, or grassy dew.

I have left children's children, and have en- joyed one wife of the same old age with myself. And, often pillowM on their grandsire's breast, ,.

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How linequal a fate did the mot get by lot! An 5 Unanimity ought to have been erected over. Archippus the ploughman, just leaving life heavy disease, and going to Hades, spoke these v his sons — " Oh I my dear children, be content v spade and ploughman's life ; do not praise the g labour of the dangerous sea, and the heavy toil of sailing.

But neither has any thing happened in common to me and Othryades ; neiUier do I lead away persons as ddeves from Thermopylae ; but we have a trial against Entychides ; so that what has Xerxes to do here? Well, old Lysippus, Sicyonian modeller, hast thou done, in maldng an image of the Samian JBsop, and placing him in the front of the Seven Wise Men ; since they indeed introduced compulsion, and not persuasion, by their words.

But he, by saying seasonable things in wise speeches, and playing in earnest, persuades [people] to be sensible. Now sharp counsel is a thing to be avoided ; but the sweetness of the Samian fable has a pleasant bait. By tale or fiction apt, a word in season Draws us, 'twixt play and earnest, back to reason, When counsel rude We 'd shun ; with bait more sure, , The pleasant Samian's fable can allure.

Cleobulus the Lii said, Moderation is best. But Chilon in hollow ] daemon said, Know yourself. But Periander, wh habited Corinth, said, Restrain anger. Nothing too much. Solon said, in holy Athens, Consider the end oj. But Bias of Priene declared.

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The majority are the i But Thales, the Milesian, said. The little lament of a swan i agreeable than the cawing of jackdaws uttered spring-clouds..