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Accius

Ex Incertis Fabulis

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Schol. Bern., ad Verg., G., I, 502: Accius docet—

Iuppiter Dardanum genuit, Dardanus Troum, Trous [1]Assaracum et Ilum Catamitumque; 2Capis ex Assaraco satus . . . 3Alumento ex Ilo satus qui statuit Pergamum; 4Alumento Priamum, Capis et Anchisem edidit.

  • 41siet Niebuhr. cluat Palmer (Spic.) fuat Augustin. fiat Par. c 7535. cia Par. a 7489 ciat rell. Schol. Bern.: Catamitum Ritschl Ganymedem schol.
  • 1lacun. post satus stat. Hagen
  • 2Alumento Ritschl Laomedon schol.
  • 3Priamum Capis et W Priamum Capis autem Ribb. sec. Ritschl (Capus a. A.) Priamum et schol. senarios constit. Hagen, Ribb. Pro cert. habeo Capis ex Assaraco e. q. s.
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Unassigned Fragments of Plays

Unassigned Fragments of Plays

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From Prologues?

The genealogy ofb Aeneas?:

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A scholiast: Accius informs us that—

Jupiter begat Dardanus, Dardanus begat Trous, Trous begat Assaracus and Ilus and Ganymede; Capys was son of Assaracus . . . Alumento was son of Ilus, who founded Pergamum; Alumento begat Priamus, while Capys was Anchises’ father.

  • bThis fr. might come from Antenoridae (p. 354), or some other of the plays about Troy. The Scholiast has not given an exact quotation of Accius’ verse here. Cf. Ribb., Trag. Fragm., p. 220.
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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.accius-unassigned_fragments_plays.1936