Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 4.1885-1886

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aypi av ££>. The third verse of liv ended with some monosyllable
(/*[i?vj or /x[e] ?). In other cases the final monosyllable is an
enclitic (re, irov, /xe, ere, croi), or piv or Se.

I note a few exceptional rhythms. Two spondiac words at the
beginning :

"Hp[a]i 0>;pis t-jv&e. cxlii (Delos, unknown) ;
£17x01 a-' 'EAAas Trava, 38 (Att. iv) ;

1 2 3

Bapcru Kaipwi yap crot, xcvii5 1. 68 (Epid. hi) ;

where airacra and Bapacc would have sounded better. Two dactylic
words :

Avaeai ivBdSe trrjpa. 5 (Att. vi) ;

1 2 3

txuipa ph> h'BaSt (jov. 35 (Att. iv).

Trochaic caesura of first and second feet:

X<5 (ih> 'Axat°s' o 8' ef, xcv (Olymp. Argos v) ;
1 2 3

roVSe vtw aoi, avai, xxiii (Att. iv) ;

12 3

7racri <f>L\r]L re yvvatKi. 69 (Att. iv) ;

12 3

al oe Bedim pdXurTa, 88 (Att. iv-ii).

Trochaic caesura of fourth and fifth feet (a 390, 8 554) :
\<j>[\o\v re c/hAokti TTpocrtivax, 65 (Att. iv—ii) ;

4 5 0

iraariv Si Bavovaa iroOtivq, 45 (Att. iv—iii) ;

4 5 0

e^^pa Se <j>t\.oicn yivoiro, 1136 (Att. iii—ii) ;

4 5 0

fHXaaTOvaa yovaim ©oavros. cxl (Cos iii-ii) ;
4 s t

napha^e voXrj'i AvKOvpyos. XCVTJj 1. 71 (Epid. iii).

4 5 g

The last might have been relieved by writing irdAet AvKoopyw. Two
spondiac words following the penthemimeres (H 199) :

fluipov OvaaL's MaAeara, xcvii3 1. 31 (Epid. iii) ;

4 5 0

wvaL wairep to SiKaiov. XCVUj 1. 79 (Epid. iii).
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