σφοῖσιν ἴσοι μελέεσσι, τὸ καὶ τέλεοι καλέονται.

τοῖς τελείοις ἀριθμοῖς Pac: τοὺς τελείους ἀριθμοὺς Ppc, M Εὐφωρίων . . . Μοναψοποιΐᾳ codd., corr. Westerink σφίσιν οἷσι μελέσσι τῷ καὶ καλέονται τέλειοι codd., corr. Westerink, qui τὸ καὶ καλέουσι τελείους etiam proposuit

(b) Choeroboscus, de Orthogr., Bodl. MS Barocci 50 fol. 153r, ap. Cramer, Anecd. Oxon. ii. p. 239.9

λείπω . . . ἐλλίπεες παρ᾿ Εὐφορίωνι.

40 Philodemus, περὶ Εὐσεβείας, 192–3 (ll. 4956–4969) ed. Obbink

πρώτην τού]||των τὴν ἐκ τῆς μ[ητρός]|, ἑτέραν δὲ τ[ὴν ἐκ]| τοῦ μηροῦ [Διός, τρί]|4960την δὲ τὴ[ν ὅτε δι]|ασπασθεὶς ὑ[πὸ τῶν]| Τιτάνων Ῥέ[ας τὰ]| μέλη συνθε[ίσης]| ἀνεβίω{ι}. κἀ [τῆι]|4965 Μοψοπία[ι] δ᾿ Εὐ[φορί]|ω [ὁ]μολογεῖ [τού]|τοις, [οἱ] δ᾿ Ὀρ[φικοὶ]| καὶ παντά[πασιν]| ἐνδιατρε[ίβουσιν]| [59 F Bernabé].

Huic carmini attrib. 85–86, 100, 101, 136, 162a, 176–177 Scheidweiler, qui G. Schultz atque Wilamowitz secutus Διόνυσον partem Μοψοπίας esse ratus est (pp. 27, 45–46); 182 Sitzler; 181 Powell.


Equal to its own members, and that is why they are called “perfect”.71

(b) Choeroboscus, On Orthography

leipō . . . ellipees (“deficient”) in Euphorion.72

40 Philodemus, On Piety

The first of these (sc. births) is the one from his mother, the second from Zeus’ thigh, the third when he was torn apart by the Titans, reassembled by Rhea, and brought back to life. In the Mopsopia Euphorion agrees on these matters (or, with these people73); the Orphics as a whole dwell on (these myths).

DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.euphorion_chalcis-poetic_fragments.2010