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Headword: *mou=sai kalai\ k' *)/apollon, oi(=s e)gw\ spe/ndw
Adler number: mu,1293
Translated headword: lovely Muses and Apollo to whom I make libation
Vetting Status: high
The construction is according to the dominance of the masculine, just as in Sophocles: "everyone [pa/ntes] wept with sobs," where there are two feminine and one masculine, Oedipus and the two sisters.[1] But the Muses were garlanded with the Sirens' wing.[2]
Greek Original:
*mou=sai kalai\ k' *)/apollon, oi(=s e)gw\ spe/ndw: su/ntacis kat' e)pikra/teian tou= a)/rrenos, w(/sper kai\ para\ *sofoklei=: lu/gdhn e)/klaion pa/ntes. du/o qhleiw=n ou)sw=n kai\ e(no\s a)/rrenos, *oi)di/podos kai\ tw=n du/o a)delfw=n. ai( *mou=sai de\ pterw=| *seirh/nwn e)stefanou=nto.
The headword phrase is Callimachus, Iambi fr.203 Pfeiffer.
[1] Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus 1621 (web address 1, cf. lambda 767), with scholia. In the headword phrase the relative pronoun is masculine plural, referring to the Muses and Apollo, as in Sophocles the masculine plural adjective modifies two women and one man.
[2] Attributed by Jonathan Toup (1713-1785) to the scholia on Lycophron, Alexandra 653, which refer to the Muses' wings.
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Keywords: dialects, grammar, and etymology; mythology; poetry; religion; tragedy
Translated by: Catharine Roth on 3 October 2004@22:56:02.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords; cosmetics) on 4 October 2004@03:38:47.
David Whitehead on 27 May 2013@07:38:21.
Catharine Roth (upgraded link, coding) on 29 May 2013@00:17:48.


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