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consonat adsensu populi precibusque faventum ‘Phocus, my happiness was the beginning of my sorrow, and I will speak of happiness first. verba simul fudit terrenaque numina civit hactenus, et tacuit; 'iaculo quod crimen in ipso est?' ergo ego germanam fratremque patremque deosque What you might fittingly do you did, rejoicing silently, giving thanks, for your incantations, and the gods who inspired them. admonitus patrii luctus suspirat et illi               480 et iam fortis erat, pulsusque recesserat ardor, ne pereat, timeo? Eumelique domum lugentis in aere natum. hunc postquam sparsit Lethaei gramine suci classis ab Oenopiis etiamnum Lyctia muris               490 I lifted her body, dearer to me than my own, with gentle arms, tore the fabric from her breast, and bound up the cruel wound, trying to stem the blood, begging her not to leave me, guilty of her death. Cecropidis est hac tellus: ea foedera nobis.' But I had been away a while, and she from whom I was returning was herself an example of the fault, and lovers fear the worst. Not in vain, stars glittered in reply: not in vain, winged dragons bring my chariot, through the sky.’. ambierantque torum: 'quid nunc dubitatis inertes? grandaevique ferunt patres congestaque flamma               160 ante sacros vidi proiecta cadavera postes, dumque quater iunctis explevit cornibus orbem               530 dextera caedis erat, repetebam frigus et umbras effugit illa necem nebulis per carmina motis; dumque aliquid spectare potest, me spectat et in me               860 si tamen hoc possunt (quid enim non carmina possunt?) Othrysque Pindusque et Pindo maior Olympus,               225 accipe mirandum: novitate movebere facti! esse potest tristi) desiderioque dolebat We use cookies for social media and essential site functions. concidere infelix validos miratur arator morte fugant ultroque vocant venientia fata. As soon as she saw this, Medea unsheathed a knife, and cut the old man’s throat, and letting the old blood out, filled the dry veins with the juice. Aeacus et, quae sit veniendi causa, requirit. The hot dust showed the print of his paws, but he had vanished from sight. Even when I was sacrificing to Jove, for myself my country and my three sons, the victim let out a dreadful moan, and suddenly collapsed without a stroke from my blade, barely staining the knives below with its blood. tinguit et infectas geminis accendit in aris               260 She boils there, roots dug from a Thessalian valley, seeds, flowerheads, and dark juices. ac solida terras spectavit imagine luna, sum ratus esse feram telumque volatile misi: fecundique soli vires cepisse nocendi; vel sine amore licet: quid enim commisit Iason? Aeacus ingreditur duplici cum prole novoque et dis cara ferar et vertice sidera tangam. et quos Maera novo latratu terruit agros, 385 iubar aureus extulerat Sol, Volume The First. The tongue is rough and swollen with heat: the lips are parted, parched with dry breath, and gasping suck in the heavy air. labitur, et parvae fugiunt cum sanguine vires, ille cruore fluens, cubito tamen adlevat artus, The sun shone gold again, but an east wind was still blowing, and kept the sails from the homeward voyage. She wreathed them with sacred boughs from the wildwood, then dug two trenches near by in the earth, and performed the sacrifice, plunging her knife into the throat of a black-fleeced sheep, and drenching the wide ditches with blood. Iamque fretum Minyae Pagasaea puppe secabant, flabat adhuc eurus redituraque vela tenebat: Suddenly they seemed to grow larger and larger, and raise themselves from the soil, and stand erect, they lost their leanness, many feet, and their black colouration, and their limbs took on human form. These are supposed to have congealed and found food to multiply, gaining harmful strength from the rich soil. ut per me sospes sine me det lintea ventis               40 Her cheeks flushed, and then her whole face became pallid. illic Haemonia radices valle resectas templa vides contra gradibus sublimia longis: innixamque novis neptem Polypemonis alis. haec quoque terra potest, quod ames, dare. seminaque floresque et sucos incoquit atros;               265 Login or signup free. transit et antiquae Cartheia moenia Ceae, et monet arcanis oculos removere profanos. The lying Colchian soon won them over by a skilful show of friendship, and when she told them of one of her greatest gifts, the removal of Aeson’s many years, and lingered over it, hope was aroused in Pelias’s daughters that similar magic arts might rejuvenate their father. qua tamen e silva teneas hastile recisum, 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. at AbeBooks.co.uk - ISBN 10: 0906515408 - ISBN 13: 9780906515402 - Bristol Classical Press - 1991 - Softcover obstitit incepto pudor, at conplexa fuisses,               145 ponere et humanam membris inducere formam. at genetrix Hyrie, servati nescia, flendo               380 conscelero? pro te, fortissime, vota aspera lingua tumet, tepidisque arentia ventis Now I need the juice by which old age may be renewed. umbrarumque rogat rapta cum coniuge regem, The Classics Page. nunc sorbere fretum, nunc reddere, cinctaque saevis respicit in tumidam phocen ab Apolline versi cur sit et unde datum, quis tanti muneris auctor. 'excidit ore tuo, coniunx, scelus? fit viridis primo nec longo tempore frondes               280 Decaying carcasses lie in the roadways, fields and woods, and the air is fouled with the stench. et redit in gyrum, ne sit suus inpetus hosti: But what was the use of telling? primaque deserti referebam foedera lecti:                710 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! The unexpected power of the disease surprised us, at the first, with its destruction of dogs, sheep and cattle, wild animals and birds. quamquam non ista precanda, Title: Metamorphoses Author: Ovid, translated by David Raeburn Published: Reprint, 2004 ISBN-13: 978-0140447897 Publisher: Penguin Classics. revocataque rursus eodem arte mea soceri longum temptabimus aevum, The Metamorphoses is an 8 AD Latin narrative poem by the Roman poet Ovid, considered his magnum opus. Login or signup free. Metamorphoses. dicta refert rector populorum talia centum: flagrantemque domum regis mare vidit utrumque,               395 With one great shout the hunters called on me to loose Laelaps, ‘Hurricane’ (the name of my wife’s gift). I shivered, my limbs quaking with fear, and my hair stood on end. This poison is said to have dripped from the teeth of Cerberus, the Echidnean dog. The diseased entrails showed no marks, from which to read the prophetic truths, and warnings, of the gods. I have men enough, and thank the gods, the moment is auspicious and there will be no excuses.’ ‘I wish it may always be so’ Cephalus said ‘and may your city swell its numbers. fulva colore foret; si cornus, nodus inesset. sacra Iovi quercus de semine Dodonaeo; adspicit Aeoliden ignota ex arbore factum Deeply hurt by me, and hating the whole race of men, she wandered the mountains, following the ways of Diana. adiacet his Pleuron, in qua trepidantibus alis Aeson marvelled, recalling that this was his self of forty years ago. confugit; atque illam, quoniam gravis ipse senecta est, ante quater denos hunc se reminiscitur annos. In the second half it deals primarily with two main metamorphosis myths - Apollo's love for Daphne and the story of Io. semianimes errare viis, dum stare valebant, nempe pater saevus, nempe est mea barbara tellus, quae simul ac vidit, stricto Medea recludit               285 lutea mane videt pulsis Aurora tenebris inque feris subiti deprensa potentia morbi. indicium rubor est et ductus anhelitus; igni               555 Liber et admonitus, iuvenes nutricibus annos               295 Peneus, and Spercheus’s waters gave something, and the reedy shores of Boebe. dignior ipsa rapi! non facienda meae; neque enim coniunctior ulla               485 et medium vulgus nec non et carmina vino inpatiens oneris collum pressistis aratro, Cephison procul hinc deflentem fata nepotis tutus eram iaculo; sed cum satiata ferinae non stratum, non ulla pati velamina possunt, non tenet et vanos exercet in aera morsus. 85 muneris auctorem secum, spolia altera, portans a se depulsum Martem convertit in ipsos:               140 Adorned with Sculptures, by B. Picart, and other able Masters. contactus, statuitque aras de caespite binas,               240 They went as she had ordered. They quit their household gods since their house seems fatal to them, and, because the cause is unknown, the building itself is blamed. edidicitque usum laetusque in tecta recessit. lassaque versantes supremo lumina motu; As he came to them, the fierce creatures, with their iron-tipped horns, turned their terrible gaze towards him, pawed the dusty ground with their cloven feet, and filled the air with the steam of their bellowing. et genus et virtus? si potes, infelix! Known for its crest, its triple tongues and curved fangs, it was the dread guardian of the tree’s gold. ducere et insuetum ferro proscindere campum: iamque neci similis resoluto corpore regem custodemque rudem somni sopistis et aurum When, eventually, she promised to do it, she said ‘To give you greater confidence in my gift, your oldest ram, the leader of your flocks, will by turned into a young lamb again, by my magic drugs.’ Straight away the woolly creature, worn out by innumerable years, was dragged forward, his horns curving round his hollow temples. Sleep vanished. You have me for a witness, you traitress!”, She said not a word. addit et exceptas luna pernocte pruinas victor Iolciacos tetigit cum coniuge portus. What could they be, but to hate life, and to wish to be with my people? With these, and a thousand other nameless things, the barbarian witch pursued her greater than mortal purpose. invenio corpusque meo mihi carius ulnis Ovid: Metamorphoses Xi: Bk.11 (BCP Latin Texts) by Ovid, . quo propior quisque est servitque fidelius aegro, qui poterat curvare trabes et agebat ab alto arte suum parili revirescere posse parentem,               305 Cerberus, provoked to a rabid frenzy, filled all the air with his simultaneous three-headed howling, and spattered the green fields with white flecks of foam.      At genitor, quamquam laetatur sospite nato,               425 Immediately, as he was now trusted, he accepted the magic herbs from her, and learnt their use, and returned to the palace, joyfully. magna sequar: titulum servatae pubis Achivae Book 7 When this book begins, the Argo, the first ship ever built, has reached its destination: the kingdom of Aeëtes, by the River Phasis. I see, and I desire the better: I follow the worse. 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. canitie posita nigrum rapuere colorem, terribiles vultus praefixaque cornua ferro I courted the breeze, gentle to me, in the midst of the heat: I waited for aura: she was rest for my labour. tum mihi deserto violentior ignis ad ossa The goddess was angered and said “Stop complaining, ungrateful man: have your Procris! cum pater in capulo gladii cognovit eburno pars animam laqueo claudunt mortisque timorem 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. Yet she often doubted, and hoped, in her misery, that she was wrong, declaring she would not believe it, and unless she witnessed it herself, would not condemn her husband as guilty of any crime. est via declivis, per quam Tirynthius heros               410 He had long been struggling to free himself from his leash, and straining his neck against the restraint. 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. nox subit, et curis exercita corpora somnus mirantur Colchi, Minyae clamoribus augent               120 Androgeique necem iustis ulciscitur armis. earth to groan, and from their tombs the sleeping dead to wake. P. OVIDI NASONIS METAMORPHOSEON LIBER SEPTIMVS. – 17 A.D.) METAMORPHOSES. inplevit pariter ternis latratibus auras dixit, et ante oculos rectum pietasque pudorque 740 dentibus horrendus custos erat arboris aureae. et, ne sit scelerata, facit scelus: haud tamen ictus               340 vertice de summo semper florentis Hymetti Then, deserted, a more violent flame burned in my bones. rurigenae pavere feram; vicina iuventus With Historical explications Of the Fables, Written In French By The Abbot Banier, Member Of The Academy Of Inscriptions And Belles Lettres. hoc ego si patiar, tum me de tigride natam, though the ocean denied his bones a grave. sed non is vultus in illo, postera depulerant Aurorae lumina noctem:               835 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. Ovid's Metamorphoses In Latin And English, Translated By The Most Eminent Hands. Indeed, as I came I felt happy: so many equally youthful, handsome people, meeting me on the way. munus opusque tuum est; tellus Epidauria per te nec Iovis illa meo thalamos praeferret amori, Liber I: Liber II: Liber III: Liber IV: Liber V: Liber VI: Liber VII: Liber VIII: Liber IX ultaque se male mater Iasonis effugit arma. infelicem animam nostroque exhalat in ore; They either lay on the ground unburied, or were given to the heaped pyres without ceremony. Wherever I looked as I turned my gaze, there were layers of dead, like rotten apples fallen from shaken branches, or acorns from a windblown ilex. If he could do that, if he could set another woman above me, let him die, the ungrateful man! tuque, triceps Hecate, quae coeptis conscia nostris ‘Son of the goddess, this weapon makes me weep (who would believe that?) Carried by the winds, shall I leave my native country, my sister, my brother, my father, and my gods? The Metamorphoses: A Literary Monstrum 3a. corpora vidisti; mores, quos ante gerebant,               655 Nevertheless Aegeus’s pleasure in receiving his son was not carefree (indeed, joy is never complete, and some trouble always comes to spoil our delight). ut timeam fraudem meritique oblivia nostri. letiferis calidi spirarunt aestibus austri. si facere hoc aliamve potest praeponere nobis, There was no space in the burial mounds, and not enough wood for the fires.’, Stunned by such a storm of dark events, I said ‘O Jupiter, if they do not lie when they say that you were held in Aegina’s embrace, she, the daughter of Asopus, and if you are not ashamed, mighty father, to have fathered me, give me back my people or bury me too in their tomb.’ He gave me a flash of lightning as a sign, and thunder followed. I kept talking about the sacred marriage bed, and the newness of our union, the recent wedding, and the prior claim of our deserted couch. The sacrifice, with gilded horns, that they have dedicated, is led in and killed. 595 spectari poterat, cum pleno concita velo haec se pauca loqui: "per nostri foedera lecti though bronzes of Temese clash, to take away your pains; and at my chant, the chariot of the Sun-god, my grandsire. heros Aesonius potitur spolioque superbus Because of the color pictures the PDF file takes some time to load, but it is well worth the wait. grows pale: Aurora, at my poisons, dims her morning fire. pulvereumque solum pede pulsavere bisulco miliaque incultos serpentum multa per agros iuvat o meminisse beati multifidasque faces in fossa sanguinis atra Only the flickering stars moved. Assuredly, if a god was with them, that god must have willed that both should be unconquered in the race,’ He got so far in his story, and was silent. 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.      Talibus atque aliis longum sermonibus illi Phineus visus erat, iuvenesque Aquilone creati ferre manu iaculum, cuius fuit aurea cuspis. membra simul pecudis validosque venefica sucos You also, princess among the Barbarians, longed to hold the victorious man: but modesty prevented it. eventusque suos et tanta pericula iurat: gaudia percepit nato secura recepto:               455 This work may be freely reproduced, stored and transmitted, electronically or otherwise, for any non-commercial purpose. perque deos supplex oro superosque meosque, You may accept or manage cookie usage at any time. Ovid begins the Metamorphoses by invoking the gods. excessitque fidem meritorum summa tuorum, esse deos. credula res amor est: subito conlapsa dolore, nec satis hospitium est, thalami quoque foedere iungit. who could bend pine-tree trunks to the earth, and Sciron is done for, and safe paths reach. ‘Why do you hesitate, so timidly?’ she said. occidit ille Sinis magnis male viribus usus,               440 Attica puppis adest in portusque intrat amicos, intrarant iussae cum Colchide limina natae coniugis, ad vocem praeceps amensque cucurri. pectore Procris erat, Procris mihi semper in ore. vicerat et spreto totiens iratus amore               375 She passed Aeolian Pitane on the left, with its huge stone serpent image, and Ida’s grove where Liber concealed, in the deceptive shape of a stag, the bullock stolen by his son. Listen to something marvellous: you will be stirred by the strangeness of the thing!’. adiuvet et praesens ingentibus adnuat ausis.' 487 – 516), Myrrha (X. huic Asopiades 'petis inrita' dixit 'et urbi The sons of Pallas joined Cephalus, their senior, and Cephalus and the princes then went to the king: but the king was still in a deep sleep. parva sub inducta latuit scintilla favilla               80 servatus promissa dato!' The statesmen celebrated among the people, and they sang verses, made even more inspired by the wine. ire canes nec lina sequi nodosa solebant: Wrongly victorious, I cried out “I am no adulterer, wicked one! Myrmidonasque voco nec origine nomina fraudo. quo simul adscendit frenataque colla draconum               220 tristis erat (sed nulla tamen formosior illa               730 I used to take no servants, or horses, or keen-scented hounds, or knotted snares. "ei mihi" conclamat! 680 quid tuta times? an, quod debuit esse, constiterant, et victa dabat iam terga Cupido. 'Nox' ait 'arcanis fidissima, quaeque diurnis He has stirred my heart, indeed. classe valet, patria tamen est firmissimus ira One of the monumental works of western literature, Metamorphoses is a staggering compilation of myths involving transformations that span from … et quota pars illi rerum periere mearum! bacchantum ritu flagrantis circuit aras imperiumque peti totius Achaidos addit. Iuppiter illa tenet. dixit, "quod si mea provida mens est, protinus Aoniis inmittitur altera Thebis               763 non magna relinquam,               55 publica suscipimus, Bacchi tibi sumimus haustus.' The Pelasgians’ faces fell in fear, and their courage failed them, when they saw these warriors preparing to hurl their sharp spears, at the head of the Haemonian hero. ... Beginner’s Latin Book. strage canum primo volucrumque oviumque boumque 65 somnus abit: damno vigilans mea visa querorque utile enim nihil est. and many country people feared that the Teumessian vixen would destroy their flocks and themselves. nonaque nox omnes lustrantem viderat agros,               235 ulla erat; aequales urebant pectora flammae. The second month after our marriage, I was setting out nets to trap antlered deer, when golden Aurora, chasing away the shadows, saw me from the summit of Mount Hymettus, that is always bright with flowers, and took me away against my will. By the grace of the goddess I can repeat the truth: though her face has the blush of roses, though she keeps the borderland of light and night, though she drinks the dewy nectar, I was in love with Procris. contribuere aliquid iuncosaque litora Boebes; Men, beasts, and birds were freed in deep sleep. castaque signa dabat dominoque erat anxia rapto:               725 Who, though the other qualities were absent, could not be stirred by his beauty? vivacisque iecur cervi; quibus insuper addit effecta est hominis, feto consurgit in arvo, ferre suis visa est pariterque tremescere motu quam gerere atque suas ibi praeconsumere vires. excute virgineo conceptas pectore flammas,

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