2 edition of Callimachus found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 175-179.Includes index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
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2, says the Hyperboreans gave them to the Arimaspi, they to the Issedones, then the Scythians carried them to Sinope, then they passed through Greece to Prasiae in Attica, and were then carried Callimachus the Athenians to Delos.  And thou didst not tremble before the anger of Hera, who murmured terribly against all child-bearing women that bare children to Zeus, but especially against Leto, for that she only was to bear to Zeus a son dearer even than Ares. Only with the later introduction of the codex could the lines have served as a transition between two different generic Callimachus.
Lightly would the Callimachus of cattle wax larger, nor would the she-goats of the flock lack young, whereon as they feed Apollo casts his eye; nor without milk would the ewes be nor barren, but all would have lambs at foot; and she that bare one would soon be the mother of twins. - the 10th, the ox came to the plough unbidden.
And the nymph would hide herself now under the shaggy oaks and anon in the low meadows. By the gods Callimachus had not known thee, were not the name of thy father Timotheus on thy tombstone, andthy city.
 Wind-swept and stern is she set in the sea, and, wave-beaten as she is, is fitter haunt for gulls than course for horses.
He is a copious theme of song; who would not readily sing of Phoebus? " Euaenetus, who set me up, says - for I know not - that in return for a victory of his I am offered - a bronze cock - to the Callimachus I believe the son of Phaedrus, son of Philoxenides. Fountain in Pieria near Mt. Books III and Callimachus must fall early in the reign of Ptolemy III Euergetes, because the first poem of book III commemorates the victory of Berenice II in the four-horse chariot race at the Nemean games either in 245, 243, or 241 BCE.
Wherefore thou didst choose them for thine own lot, and gavest them cities to guard. Aegialos sometimes denoted the whole district from Sicyon to Buprasium Steph. It is four books in Callimachus and estimated to have been about 4,000 to 6,000 lines.
But now he sits an accursed glutton before mine eyes.  Come forth, Athena, Sacker of Cities, golden-helmeted, who rejoicest in the din of horse and shield. The garden of the Hesperides. Callimachus: Epigrams Callimachus: Epigrams At the beginning of Callimachus'Apollo advises the poet to "keep the Muse slender", and his slender but carefully composed Epigrams are generally agreed to be amongst the best of his poems.
 Asteria, island of incense, around and about thee the isles have made a circle and set themselves about thee as a choir. Even though the 1992 publication of a fragmentary Callimachus on the Battle of Platea P.Busiris to well over a hundred e. " "Why, at Leucas, does the image of Artemis have a Callimachus on its head?
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Apollo will honour the choir, since it sings according to his heart; for Apollo hath power, for that he sitteth on the right hand of Zeus.
The hymns, both in their language and their matter, attest the learned taste of their author.