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859

φίλιπποι καὶ κερουλκοί, σὺν σάκει δὲ κωδωνοκρότῳ παλαισταί

Plutarch, Table Talk 2, 5, 2, 639F (of the Trojans)

860

οὐ πάντα τἀγένητα πρῶτον ἦλθ᾿ ἅπαξ;

Plutarch, Table Talk 8, 9, 3, 732D; Artemidorus 4, 59

οὐ πάντα Ll.-J.: ἅπαντα codd. τἀγένητα Porson: τὰ γένη τοῦ Plutarch: τἀδόκητα Artemidorus

861 ΟΔΥΣΣΕΥΣ

Σειρῆνας εἰσαφικόμην, Φόρκου κόρας, θροοῦντε τοὺς Ἅιδου νόμους

Plutarch, Table Talk 9, 14, 6, 745F

1 εἰσαφικόμην Brunck (ὁ Σοφοκλέους Ὀ. φησι Σειρῆνας εἰσαφικέσθαι codd.) 2 θροοῦντε Lobeck: αἰθροῦντος codd. 863

φίλων τοιούτων οἱ μὲν ἐστερημένοι χαίρουσιν, οἱ δ᾿ ἔχοντες εὔχονται φυγεῖν

Plutarch, Amatorius 23, 768E; On Having Many Friends 3, 94C

376

Fragments Not Assignable to any Play

859

Lovers of horses and drawers of bows, and wrestlers with shield with jingling bells. a

860

Did not all things that did not yet exist come once as new things?

861
odysseus

I came to the Sirens, daughters of Phorcus, singing the songs of Hades. a

863

Such friends as these people are glad to be deprived of, and if they are not they pray that they may escape them.

377
DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.sophocles-fragments_not_assignable_any_play.1996