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· Immortal Aphrodite of the broidered throne ...         Uni

Addison, Myatt, in Dionysius, Peterson, Dubnoff. Vandiver, Harris, Cox, WV,

· That man seems to me peer of gods ...         Uni

Addison, in Longinus, Myatt, Peterson, Dubnoff. Balmer, Cox, WV, Maingon, Nagy,

· Some say (tr. Harris)

Myatt, Peterson, Dubnoff, Maingon, Morland, Rayor, St. Andre´, WV.

· Come here to me from Crete (tr. Maingon)

· The stars about the fair moon ...         Uni

Myatt, Peterson, Cox, Harris.

· And round about the [breeze] murmurs cool through apple-boughs ...   Uni

Peterson, Cox. See Come here to me from Crete.

· Come, goddess of Cyprus, and in golden cups ...       Uni

Peterson, Cox. See Come here to me from Crete.

· If thee Cyprus, or Paphos, or Panormos.         Uni

Peterson.

· But for thee will I [lead] to the altar ...       Uni

Peterson.

· This lot may I win, golden-crowned Aphrodite.         Uni

Peterson, Cox

· Who gave me their gifts and made me honoured.         Uni

Peterson.

· This will I now sing deftly to please my girlfriends.         Uni

Peterson, Dubnoff.

· For they whom I benefit injure me most.         Uni

Peterson, Cox

· But that which one desires I         Uni

Cox

· To you, fair maids, my mind changes not.         Uni

Peterson.

· And this I feel in myself         Uni

Peterson, Cox

· But their heart turned cold and they dropt their wings         Uni

Peterson, Cox

· According to my weeping ...         Uni

Cox

· Me just now the golden-sandalled Dawn         Uni

Peterson.

· A broidered strap of fair Lydian work covered her feet.         Uni
· Shot with a thousand hues.         Uni
· ... Me thou forgettest.         Uni
· Or lovest another more than me.         Uni
· Ye are nought to me.         Uni
· While ye will.         Uni
· I yearn and seek         Uni
· O Muse of the golden throne, raise that strain ...         Uni

· When anger spreads through the breast,         Uni

Peterson, Cox, Andrew Wilson

· Hadst thou felt desire for things good or noble ...         Uni
· Stand face to face, friend ...         Uni

Cox

· And golden pulse grew on the shores.         Uni
· Leto and Niobe were friends full dear.         Uni
· Men I think will remember us even hereafter.         Uni

Dubnoff.

· I loved thee once, Atthis, long ago.         Uni

Dubnoff.

· A slight and ill-favoured child didst thou seem to me.         Uni
· Foolish woman, pride not thyself on a ring.         Uni
· I know not what to do; my mind is divided.         Uni

Peterson, Cox, Dubnoff.

· I do not think to touch the sky with my two arms.         Uni
· And I flutter like a child after her mother.         Uni

Peterson, Andrew Wilson

· Spring's messenger, the sweet-voiced nightingale.         Uni
· Now Love masters my limbs ...         Uni

Cox, Dubnoff.

· But to thee, Atthis, the thought of me ...         Uni

Dubnoff.

· Now Eros shakes my soul, ...         Uni

Dubnoff.

· When all night long [sleep] holds their [eyes].         Uni

Cox

· And purple napkins for thy lap ...         Uni
· Come now, divine shell, become vocal for me.         Uni

Cox

· And tender woven garlands round tender neck.         Uni
· Fonder of maids than Gello.         Uni

Peterson, Cox

· Of Gorgo full weary.         Uni

Peterson.

· Of a proud (or perfumed, or flowery) palace.         Uni
· But I upon a soft cushion dispose my limbs.         Uni

Cox

· And there the bowl of ambrosia was mixed, ...         Uni

Peterson.

· The moon has set, and the Pleiades ...         Uni

Paul Morland. Annis. Cox.

· The moon rose full, ...         Uni

Cox, Dubnoff.

· Thus at times with tender feet the Cretan women ...         Uni

Peterson.

· Then delicately in thick robe I sprang.         Uni
· Leda they say once found an egg ...         Uni

Peterson. Dubnoff.

· And dark-eyed Sleep, child of night         Uni
· Aphrodite's handmaid bright as gold.         Uni

Peterson.

· Andromeda has a fair requital.         Uni
· Sappho, why [celebrate] blissful Aphrodite?         Uni
· Come now, delicate Graces and fair-haired Muses         Uni

Dubnoff.

· A sweet-voiced maiden.         Uni
· Delicate Adonis is dying, Cytherea; what shall we do? ...         Uni

Peterson, Cox, Dubnoff.

· Ah for Adonis!         Uni
· Coming from heaven wearing a purple mantle         Uni

Peterson, Dubnoff.

· Come, rosy-armed pure Graces, daughters of Zeus         Uni

Cox

· But Ares says he would drag Hephaestus by force.         Uni

Peterson.

· Many thousand cups thou drainest.         Uni
· But thou shalt ever lie dead, ...         Uni

Dubnoff.

· No one maiden I think shall at any time see the sunlight ...         Uni
· What country girl bewitches thy heart ...         Uni

Cox

· I taught Hero of Gyara, the swift runner         Uni
· I am not of a malignant nature, but have a quiet temper         Uni
· But charming [maidens] plaited garlands         Uni
· Thou and my servant Love         Uni
· But if thou lovest us, choose another ...         Uni

Dubnoff.

· Mnasidica is more shapely than the tender Gyrinno         Uni

Cox

· Scornfuller than thee, Eranna, have I nowhere found         Uni

Peterson.

· Do thou, Dica, set garlands round thy lovely hair, ...         Uni

Peterson.

· I love delicacy, and for me Love has the sun's splendour and beauty.  Uni

Dubnoff.

· And down I set the cushion         Uni

Peterson.

· Wealth without thee, Worth, is no safe neighbour ...         Uni

Peterson.

· And thou thyself, Calliope         Uni
· Sleep thou in the bosom of thy tender girlfriend         Uni

Cox

· Hither now, Muses, leaving golden         Uni

Peterson, Cox

· I have a fair daughter with a form like a golden flower ...         Uni

Cox, Dubnoff.

· All joy to thee, daughter of Polyanax         Uni

Peterson.

· In a dream I spake with the daughter of Cyprus         Uni

Peterson.

· Why, lovely swallow, daughter of Pandion, [weary] me?         Uni

Peterson.

· She wrapped herself well in delicate hairy         Uni

Cox

· Sweet Mother, I cannot weave my web, ...         Uni

Peterson, Cox, Dubnoff.

· Raise high the roof-beam, carpenters. (Hymenaeus!) ...         Uni

Cox, Dubnoff.

· Towering, as the Lesbian singer towers ...         Uni

In Demetrius, Peterson.

· As the sweet-apple blushes on the end of the bough, ...         Uni

Murray, Morland, Cox, Dubnoff, Harris.

· As on the hills the shepherds trample the hyacinth ...         Uni

In Demetrius, Cox, Dubnoff.

· Evening, thou that bringest all that bright morning scattered; ...         Uni

In Demetrius, Peterson, Harris.

· I shall be ever maiden         Uni

Peterson.

· We will give, says the father         Uni

Peterson.

· To the doorkeeper feet seven fathoms long, ...         Uni

In Demetrius, Peterson.

· Happy bridegroom, now is thy wedding come to thy desire, ...         Uni

Peterson, Cox, Dubnoff.

· And a soft [paleness] is spread over the lovely face         Uni

Cox

· He who is fair to look upon is [good] ...         Uni
· Do I still long for maidenhood?         Uni

Peterson.

· The bride [comes] rejoicing; let the bridegroom rejoice         Uni
· Whereunto may I well liken thee, dear bridegroom? ...         Uni

Peterson, Dubnoff.

· Hail, bride! noble bridegroom, all hail!         Uni
· For there was no other girl, O bridegroom, like her.         Uni

Peterson.

· Sing Hymenaeus! ...         Uni
· Maidenhood, maidenhood, whither art thou gone away from me!         Uni

In Demetrius, Dubnoff.

· Fool, faint not thou in thy strong heart         Uni
· To himself he seems         Uni
· Much whiter than an egg         Uni
· Neither honey nor bee for me         Uni

Peterson.

· Stir not the shingle         Uni

Cox

· Thou burnest us         Uni

Dubnoff.

· A napkin dripping         Uni
· She called him her son         Uni
· Does any ask? I answer from the dead; ...         Uni
· This is the dust of Timas, ...         Uni

Peterson, Cox, Andrew Wilson.

· Over the fisherman Pelagon his father Meniscus ...         Uni

Peterson.

· Death is evil; the Gods have so judged ...

Peterson, Dubnoff.

· Far sweeter of tone than harp, more golden than gold.

In Demetrius.

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