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Euripides

(582 N = Aristophanes, Frogs 1446–8 = F [886–7] TrGF)

583

ὅστις λέγει μὲν εὖ, τὰ δ᾿ ἔργ᾿ ἐφ᾿ οἷς λέγει αἴσχρ᾿ ἐστί, τούτου τὸ σοφὸν οὐκ αἰνῶ ποτέ.

Orion 1.6 Haffner; Stobaeus 2.15.15 584

εἷς τοι δίκαιος μυρίων οὐκ ἐνδίκων κρατεῖ, τὸ θεῖον τὴν δίκην τε συλλαβών.

Stobaeus 3.9.12 *585

τοῦ γὰρ δικαίου κἀν βροτοῖσι κἀν θεοῖς ἀθάνατος αἰεὶ δόξα διατελεῖ μόνου.

Stobaeus 3.9.20, attributed to ‘Philemon from (cf. Philemon F 60 ); assigned to Euripides by Meineke 586
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†οὐ σὰν† Διονύσου †κομᾶν† ὃς ἄν᾿ Ἴδαν τέρπεται σὺν ματρὶ φίλᾳ τυμπάνων ἰάκχοις.

Strabo 10.3.14, attributed to the Chorus 2 †κομᾶν† ὃς editors: κομᾶνος Stob.
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Palamedes

(582 N = Aristophanes, Frogs 1446–8 = F [886–7] TrGF)

583

One who makes a fine speech when the actions upon which he speaks are shameful—I never praise this man’s wisdom.1

584

One just man masters countless thousands who are not just, if he has the gods and justice with him.

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A just man’s reputation, and his alone, continues for ever undying among both men and gods.

586
Chorus

† . . . (hair?)† of Dionysus, who upon Ida delights with the dear mother in the revel-cries of tambourines.1

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.euripides-dramatic_fragments.2008