Naevius, Tragedies

LCL 314: 110-111

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Naevius

Tragoediae

Andromacha

1–2

Servius auctus, ad Verg., Georg., I, 266: ‘Fiscina’ genus est vasis, id est corbulae brevis. . . . Naevius in Andromacha—

Quod tu, mi gnate, quaeso ut in pectus tuum demittas, tamquam in fiscinam vindemitor.

  • 2i. f. v. Bothe vindemiator i. f. Serv. auct.
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Tragedies

Tragedies

Andromache

1–2

Servius augmented, on ‘fiscina’ in Virgil: A ‘fiscina’ is a species of utensil, namely a kind of small basket. Naevius in Andromache b

And this, my son, I beg that you press deep Into your heart, as might the vintager Grapes into a frail.

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.naevius-tragedies.1936