Fragment #1 -- Galen, de plac. Hipp. et Plat. i. 266:
`And then it was Zeus took away sense from the heart of Athamas.'
Fragment #2 -- Scholiast on Homer, Od. vii. 104:
`They grind the yellow grain at the mill.'
Fragment #3 -- Scholiast on Pindar, Nem. ii. 1:
`Then first in Delos did I and Homer, singers both, raise our strain -- stitching song in new hymns -- Phoebus Apollo with the golden sword, whom Leto bare.'
Fragment #4 -- Julian, Misopogon, p. 369:
`But starvation on a handful is a cruel thing.'
Fragment #5 -- Servius on Vergil, Aen. iv. 484: Hesiod says that these Hesperides.... ....daughters of Night, guarded the golden apples beyond Ocean: `Aegle and Erythea and ox-eyed Hesperethusa.' (1)
Fragment #6 -- Plato, Republic, iii. 390 E:
`Gifts move the gods, gifts move worshipful princes.'
Fragment #7 -- (2) Clement of Alexandria, Strom. v. p. 256:
`On the seventh day again the bright light of the sun....'
Fragment #8 -- Apollonius, Lex. Hom.:
`He brought pure water and mixed it with Ocean's streams.'
Fragment #9 -- Stephanus of Byzantium:
`Aspledon and Clymenus and god-like Amphidocus.' (sons of Orchomenus).
Fragment #10 -- Scholiast on Pindar, Nem. iii. 64:
`Telemon never sated with battle first brought light to our comrades by slaying blameless Melanippe, destroyer of men, own sister of the golden-girdled queen.'
(1) Cf. Scholion on Clement, "Protrept." i. p. 302. (2) This line may once have been read in the text of "Works and Days" after l. 771.Next