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Iuppiter exosus fraternis subdidit undis; So that when, indeed, the stranger grasped her right hand, and began to speak, and in a submissive voice asked for her help, promising marriage, she replied in a flood of tears. Sailing northwest Minos sought Oenopia, the kingdom of the Aeacidae. accingere et omnem      Quos ubi placavit precibusque et murmure longo, This earth can also give you what you can love. 385 adspicio; fugere hoc, illud captare putares. ipse parens Aegeus nato porrexit ut hosti. vivacisque iecur cervi; quibus insuper addit grandaevique ferunt patres congestaque flamma               160 Although meeting the criteria for an epic, the poem defies simple genre classification by its use of … But the destruction cancelled out our efforts, which waned as we were conquered. aut mihi redde meos aut me quoque conde sepulcro!" per freta longa ferar; nihil illum amplexa verebor innixamque novis neptem Polypemonis alis. Now I need the juice by which old age may be renewed. viscera torrentur primo, flammaeque latentis Aeacus Aeginam genetricis nomine dixit. Minos turned away, sadly, saying ‘Your treaty will cost you dear’, since he thought it more useful to threaten war than to fight, and consume his strength too soon. auxilium foedusque refert et iura parentum, excipit Actaeis e fratribus alter et 'usum Why do you burn for a stranger, royal virgin, and dream of marriage in an alien land? This weapon did for my dear wife and me. 250 Adorned with Sculptures, by B. Picart, and other able Masters. I can pray for this even if I may not love him: what is Jason guilty of? a dextra laevaque duos aetate minores Oxford Approaches to Classical Literature (Series Editors: Kathleen Coleman and Richard Rutherford) introduces individual works of Greek and Latin literature to readers who are approaching them for the first time. consonat adsensu populi precibusque faventum But there was a great murmuring in the palace, and I thought I heard human voices, those I was now unaccustomed to. flabat adhuc eurus redituraque vela tenebat: quotiens pro coniuge coniunx, Yet, not allowing herself to be affected by such thoughts, she answered ‘Husband, what dreadful words have escaped your lips? Ovid's masterwork, composed of more than two hundred and fifty ancient myths and legends, is presented in its original Latin in this presentable edition. inplevere diem; lucis pars ultima mensae ne pereat, timeo? et strigis infamis ipsis cum carnibus alas quorum oculos ipso vitiantes omnia visu terrigenae pereunt per mutua vulnera fratres Those your mind, remembering, misses are only bones and ashes, and how great a part of my wealth perished with them! And in case the herbs she had given him had not been potent enough, she chanted a spell to support them, and called on her secret arts. ora patent, auraeque graves captantur hiatu. consistuntque iugis; medio rex ipse resedit neque enim micuerunt sidera frustra, He had long been struggling to free himself from his leash, and straining his neck against the restraint. Iuppiter illa tenet. Decaying carcasses lie in the roadways, fields and woods, and the air is fouled with the stench. When the witch had cut his wizened throat with her Thessalian knife, hardly staining the blade with blood, she immersed the sheep’s carcass in the bronze cauldron, along with her powerful magic herbs. idque precari It hits whatever it is aimed at: there is no chance involved, and then it flies back, bloodied, without needing to be retrieved.’ Then truly the son of the Nereid wanted to know everything: why this was so, where it came from, and who gave such a wondrous gift. umbrarumque rogat rapta cum coniuge regem, ad regem Cephalus simul et Pallante creati muneris alterius quae sit fortuna, requiris? servabere munere nostro, She throws in precious stones searched for in the distant east, and sands that the ebbing tide of ocean washes. utque hominis speciem materna sumit in alvo               125 qui lacriment, desunt, indefletaeque vagantur servatus promissa dato!' A high-pitched bleating came from inside the vessel, and while they were wondering at the bleating, a lamb leapt out, and frisked away, seeking the udder and milk. quos quondam vidi vestra prius urbe receptus.' He threw a boulder into the midst of his enemies, and this turned their attack, on him, against themselves. ea coniugis astu non ea nobilitas animo est, ea gratia formae, Others loathe their hateful beds so much they leave them, and if they lack the strength to stand, they roll out onto the ground. tradiderat domitos; taurum quoque vincere iussus Son of Aeacus, what a joy it is to remember that blessed time, when, in those early years, I was delighted, and rightly so, with my wife, and she was delighted with her husband. 815 indulgent animis et nulla, quid utile, cura est: aeripedes tauri, tactaeque vaporibus herbae               105 An equal flame burnt in our hearts. Well then, my father is barbarous, and my country is savage, and my brother is still a child: my sister’s prayers are for me, and the greatest god is within! That offensive morbidity penetrated to their vital organs. in superis opis esse nihil; at in aedibus ingens 610 (Second.) Lethargy grips them all. pectora sic intus clausas volventia flammas Quod nisi pennatis serpentibus isset in auras,               350 attonitus tamen est, ingens discrimine parvo exta quoque aegra notas veri monitusque deorum               600 pestis et in magnae dominatur moenibus urbis. Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Book 4 Book 5 Book 6 Book 7 Book 8 Book 9 Book 10 Book 11 Book 12 Book 13 Book 14 Book 15. Cecropidas ducit, cum quis simul ipse resedit. It was Aegeus who gave Medea sanctuary there, damned thereafter by that one action: and not content with taking her in, he even entered into a contract of marriage with her. These shrank its limbs, melted away its horns, and, with its horns, the years. hi te ad bella pares annis animisque sequentur, Obstipuere satae Pelia, promissaque postquam Deucalioneas effugit inobrutus undas. pulvereumque solum pede pulsavere bisulco They filled a long day with this and other talk: the last of the light was given over to feasting, and night to sleep. Along with his brother, who excelled at oratory, Ovid was educated in rhetoric in Rome under the teachers Arellius Fuscus and Porcius Latro. haec mihi confesso, laesum prius ulta pudorem, semilacerque toro temptat consurgere, et inter effugit illa necem nebulis per carmina motis; coniugiumne putas speciosaque nomina culpae She boils there, roots dug from a Thessalian valley, seeds, flowerheads, and dark juices. sacra facit cultrosque in guttura velleris atri Luna, quater plenum tenuata retexuit orbem, publica suscipimus, Bacchi tibi sumimus haustus.' alter agebatur post sacra iugalia mensis,               700 nuda sed in terra ponunt praecordia, nec fit agnovere tamen Cephalum dextrasque dedere               495 natorumque patrumque animae iuvenumque senumque, Phoebeamque Rhodon et Ialysios Telchinas,               365 ora videre putat nec se declinat ab illo; All thought he had fallen, but changed to a swan he beat through the air on white wings, though his mother, Hyrie, not knowing he was safe, pined away with weeping, and became the lake that carries her name. perpetuaque trahens inopem sub nocte senectam iam mihi desuetas; dum suspicor has quoque somni Comprising fifteen books and over 250 myths, the poem chronicles the history of the world from its creation to the deification of Julius Caesar within a loose mythico-historical framework. The king’s daughters, at her command, crossed the threshold, with the Colchian witch, and stood around his bed. murmur erat, vocesque hominum exaudire videbar               645 The sick cannot tolerate a bed or any kind of covering, but lie face down on the bare ground, though the earth does not cool their bodies, their bodies heat the earth. Deeply hurt by me, and hating the whole race of men, she wandered the mountains, following the ways of Diana. You may accept or manage cookie usage at any time. dum mea, dum digitos amentis addere tempto, Her father Erechtheus brought us together in marriage, and love brought us together too. ambierantque torum: 'quid nunc dubitatis inertes? iamdudum dubito: certe si fraxinus esset, flere facit facietque diu, si vivere nobis At the touch of their heat the grass shrivels, and as stoked fires roar, or as broken limestone, that has absorbed the heat inside an earthen furnace, hisses explosively, when cool water is scattered over it, so the flames sounded, pent up in their heaving chests and burning throats. I turned to my spear for help. confugit; atque illam, quoniam gravis ipse senecta est, Cecropidis est hac tellus: ea foedera nobis.' vulgus erat stratum, veluti cum putria motis               585 Because they are long-lived, springing from the hard rock, the country people call these shoots, of wolf-bane, ‘soil-less’ aconites. "aura, veni" dixi "nostroque medere labori!" colla torosa boum vinctorum cornua vittis. 'hoc me, nate dea, (quis possit credere?) They rot on the ground, pollute the air with their dying breath, and spread contagion far and wide. nec sinat hoc Hecate, nec tu petis aequa; sed isto, graniferumque agmen subiectis spargere in arvis; Why am I afraid of his death, when I have scarcely seen him? ore movere potest? She grieved with longing for the husband who had been snatched away. inmemor ambagum vates obscura suarum: The bodies of the dead were not given the usual rites (the exit gates from the city could not cope with so many funerals). The sun shone gold again, but an east wind was still blowing, and kept the sails from the homeward voyage. et genus et virtus? vertere truces venientis ad ora Phineus visus erat, iuvenesque Aquilone creati perdidit: hoc utinam caruissem munere semper! Why can I not watch him die, and shame my eyes by seeing? qui poterat curvare trabes et agebat ab alto auxiliare canit secretasque advocat artes. corpora vidisti; mores, quos ante gerebant,               655 inmutatque meam (videor sensisse) figuram. quemque ego cum rebus, quas totus possidet orbis, aut ubi terrena silices fornace soluti hic nos frugilegas adspeximus agmine longo though the ocean denied his bones a grave. "ei mihi" conclamat! esse putat nymphae: nympham mihi credit amari. nec non Peneos nec non Spercheides undae               230 excipiunt natae; quas tempore callida parvo               300 While they were standing before King Aeetes, of Aea, requesting the return of the Golden Fleece, taken from the divine ram that carried Phrixus, and while extreme terms were being imposed, involving daunting tasks, Medea, the daughter of the king, conceived an overwhelming passion for Jason. Through his wife’s cunning Aegeus, the father, himself offered the poison to his son, as if he were a stranger. decipiet, sed amor. ‘Phocus, my happiness was the beginning of my sorrow, and I will speak of happiness first. dicta refert rector populorum talia centum: pallet avi, pallet nostris Aurora venenis! Book One – Book Two – Book Three – Book Four – Book Five – Book Six – Book Seven – Book Eight – Book Nine – Book Ten – Book Eleven – Book Twelve – Book Thirteen – Book Fifteen Iamque aderat Theseus, proles ignara parenti, sic ubi mandatam iuvit facundia causam,               505 ille indignatus 'cupies dare' dixit et alto ureris et thalamos alieni concipis orbis? spiritus iste tuus semper captatur ab ore."               820 Each sotry are also explanations to why we act or animals act a certain way and how some species became created. viribus illa carens et iam moribunda coegit And unless I offer my help, he will feel the fiery breath of the bronze-footed bulls; have to meet that enemy, sprung from the soil, born of his own sowing; or be given as captured prey to the dragon’s greed. principio caelum spissa caligine terras You make me love the woods and lonely places. perspicit et placitas partim radice revellit, quo simul adscendit frenataque colla draconum               220 omnia languor habet: silvisque agrisque viisque Theseus, unwittingly, had taken the cup he was given in his right hand, when his father recognised the emblems of his own house, on the ivory hilt of his son’s sword, and knocked the evil drink away from his mouth. quo modo deprendi, modo se subducere ab ipso Aeoliam Pitanen a laeva parte relinquit edidit et subito conlapsa sine ictibus ullis at - ISBN 10: 0906515408 - ISBN 13: 9780906515402 - Bristol Classical Press - 1991 - Softcover maximus intra me deus est! obvia processit; multos tamen inde requiro,               515 causa nocens cladis, pugnatum est arte medendi: Don’t hesitate to reckon the forces of this island your own, and (let this state of my fortunes last!) Phasias adsimulat Peliaeque ad limina supplex Othrysque Pindusque et Pindo maior Olympus,               225 And now the king and his guards also were deep in death-like sleep, achieved by her incantations and the power of her magic spells.      Talibus atque aliis longum sermonibus illi hic illic, ubi mors deprenderat, exhalantes. nec tenuit lacrimas: mota est pietate rogantis, quid, quod nescio qui mediis concurrere in undis sed facienda mihi.—prodamne ego regna parentis, obstitit incepto pudor, at conplexa fuisses,               145 When I saw her I was rooted to the spot, and almost relinquished my thoughts of testing her loyalty. transit et antiquae Cartheia moenia Ceae, Awake again, I dismissed my dream, bemoaning the lack of help from the gods. ducite, et (o maneat rerum status iste mearum!) I am your true husband! illa nihil; tacito tantummodo victa pudore agmine purpureus sceptroque insignis eburno. et natale solum ventis ablata relinquam? viderunt oculi telum iaculabile nostri.' 'excidit ore tuo, coniunx, scelus? si possem, sanior essem! The Minyans were frozen in fear. roboribusque dedi, nec me sperare fatebar; non tenet et vanos exercet in aera morsus. et luctata diu, postquam ratione furorem               10 Love is a credulous thing. Clasping the wound in her breast she cried out “Ah, me!”, Recognising it as the voice of my faithful wife, I ran headlong and frantic towards that voice. She would not have preferred Jupiter’s bed to my love, and no woman could have captured me, not if Venus herself had come there. factaque de saxo longi simulacra draconis fumificisque locum mugitibus inpleverunt. A Collection of Metamorphic Tales 3c. non exempta foret poenae: fugit alta superque Ovid cum gravis infuso tellus foret obruta ponto,               355 And Cephalus recounted its crime. Just as a tiny spark that lies buried under the ashes, takes life from a breath of air, and grows and, living, regains its previous strength, so now her calmed passion, that you would have thought had dulled, when she saw the young hero, flared up at his visible presence. respicit in tumidam phocen ab Apolline versi parva sub inducta latuit scintilla favilla               80 nescio quos audisse; "veni" tamen "optima!" Her youth and beauty prompted thoughts of adultery, but her character forbade those thoughts. Reaching her door and threshold, she stopped on the outside, and under the open sky, avoiding contact with any man, she set up two altars of turf, one on the right to Hecate, one on the left to Youth. lumina fixa tenet nec se mortalia demens There was no end to her magic. mergit in aere cavo: minuunt ea corporis artus book 1 book 2 book 3 book 4 book 5 book 6 book 7 book 8 book 9 book 10 book 11 book 12 book 13 book 14 book 15. card: ... Ovid. perque deos supplex oro superosque meosque, pestis, et exitio multi pecorumque suoque               764 conicit et patulas perfundit sanguine fossas;                245 There, sent from the sky, was her chariot. She ordered Jason, his son, to go far off, and the attendants to go far off, and warned them to keep profane eyes away from the mysteries. quae simul ac vidit, stricto Medea recludit               285 obliquantem oculos nexis adamante catenis Iamque fretum Minyae Pagasaea puppe secabant, hanc utinam possem vobis memorare sine illo! servor; ubicumque est, uni mea gaudia servo." The palace echoed to the people’s applause and the prayers of friends, and there was no sad place in the whole city. pelle moram: tibi se semper debebit Iason, Streams, at will, by banks amazed, turn backwards to their source. See that temple opposite on the hill with a flight of steps up to it? Aeacus ingemuit tristique ita voce locutus: haec quoque terra potest, quod ames, dare. egreditur tectis vestes induta recinctas, The ancient staff turned in the hot cauldron, first grew green again, then in a short time sprouted leaves, and was, suddenly, heavily loaded with olives. servatrix urbes matrum celebrabere turba. victoremque tenent avidisque amplexibus haerent. illa levi velox superabat retia saltu 45 pervenit: orabam veniam et peccasse fatebar at quacumque cavo spumas eiecit aeno At the outset the sky shrouded the earth in a thick fog, and held the sultry heat under clouds. 605 Book 7 ends in Aegina, off the coast of Athens, where King Aeacus tells Cephalus about a recent plague. clavigeram vidit Vulcani occumbere prolem, "Iuppiter o!" perque suos intus numeros conponitur infans Medea is one of the few characters in Metamorphoses who is a central figure in her own series of stories. constitit adveniens citra limenque foresque ingrediorque domum; culpa domus ipsa carebat sic iam lenis amor, iam quem languere putares, There was no one left to mourn, and the spirits of parents and children, of young and old were left to wander, unwept. Aesonis effetum proferri corpus ad auras 1-73 Medea agonises over her love for Jason, 159-178 Jason asks Medea to lengthen Aeson’s life, 179-233 Medea summons the powers and gathers herbs, 404-424 Medea attempts Theseus’s life, then vanishes, 501-613 Aeacus tells of the plague at Aegina, 661-758 The infidelities of Cephalus and Procris, 759-795 The transformation of Cephalus’s dog Laelaps, Bk VII:1-73 Medea agonises over her love for Jason, Bk VII:74-99 Jason promises to marry Medea, Bk VII:100-158 Jason wins the Golden Fleece, Bk VII:159-178 Jason asks Medea to lengthen Aeson’s life, Bk VII:179-233 Medea summons the powers and gathers herbs, Bk VII:294-349 Medea’s destruction of Pelias, Bk VII:350-403 Medea flees and reaches Athens, Bk VII:404-424 Medea attempts Theseus’s life, then vanishes, Bk VII:501-613 Aeacus tells of the plague at Aegina, Bk VII:614-660 The creation of the Myrmidons, Bk VII:661-758 The infidelities of Cephalus and Procris, Bk VII:759-795 The transformation of Cephalus’s dog Laelaps. magna sequar: titulum servatae pubis Achivae and many country people feared that the Teumessian vixen would destroy their flocks and themselves. and You will grant it. prosiliunt aut, si prohibent consistere vires, Indeed I could hardly keep from confessing the truth, and hardly keep from kissing her, as I ought. ac se tollere humo rectoque adsistere trunco               640 The crowd rushed down, to meet Minos, wanting to see so famous a man. 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