7 Clem. Strom. 6.12.7

Ἀντιμάχου τε τοῦ Τηΐου εἰπόντος· (Epigoni fr. 2) “ἐκ γὰρ δώρων πολλὰ κάκ᾿ ἀνθρώποισι πέλονται,” Ἀγίας ἐποίησεν·

δῶρα γὰρ ἀνθρώπων νόον ἤπαφεν ἠδὲ καὶ ἔργα.

Ἀγίας Thiersch: Αὐγ〚ε〛ίας cod.

8* Schol. Od. 2.120

Μυκήνη Ἰνάχου θυγάτηρ καὶ Μελίας τῆς Ὠκεανοῦ· ἧς καὶ Ἀρέστορος Ἄργος, ὡς ἐν τῶι κύκλωι φέρεται.

9 Philod. De pietate B 4901 Obbink

τὸν Ἀσκλ[ηπιὸν δ᾿ ὑ]πὸ Διὸς κα[τακταν]θῆναι γεγρ[άφασιν Ἡ]σίοδος . . . λ[έγεται] δὲ καὶ ἐν τ[ῖς Νόσ]τοις.

10 Poculum Homericum MB 36 (p. 101 Sinn)

[κατὰ τὸν ποιητὴν] Ἀ[γίαν] ἐκ τῶν [Νό]στω Ἀχα[ι]ῶν. θάνατος Ἀγαμέμ[νο]νος. Comites Agamemnonis ας, Ἀλκμέων, Μήστωρ Αἴαντος, quos aggrediuntur Ἀντίοχος et Ἀργεῖος.



7 Clement of Alexandria, Miscellanies

And where Antimachus of Teos had said “For from gifts much ill comes to mankind,” Agias wrote:

For gifts delude people’s minds and (corrupt) their actions.64

8* Scholiast on the Odyssey

Mycene was the daughter of Inachus and the Oceanid Melia. She and Arestor were the parents of Argos, as it is related in the Cycle.

9 Philodemus, On Piety

He]siod has written that Ascl[epius] was killed by Zeus . . . [It is sai]d also in t[he Ret]urns.

10 Caption to vase relief (third–second century bc)

[After the poet] A[gias], from the [Re]turns of the Achaeans: the death of Agamemnon.

The vase shows followers of Agamemnon named Alcmeon and Mestor son of Ajax, and a third whose name is illegible, reclining at a feast and being attacked by men called Antiochus and Argeios.

DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.greek_epic_fragments_trojan_cycle_returns.2003