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[Tib]:PanMes_190 tripped of what is left me, my Muse will not fail to tell
Alcaeus_7.1 at the bidding of the Muses, vexed to death Homer the
Alcaeus_7.412 as is meet. The Muses wept and Asopus stayed his stream
Alcaeus_7.5 you, Chios, who with the Muses shall sing my verses to the
Alcaeus_7.55 the pure fountains of the nine Muses. [7.247] & { G-P 4
Alcaeus_12.64 ught you a gift from the Muses that was dear to thee, gran
AnthPal_11.32 cyon, the sermons of the jolly Muse. & Indeed, very sweet
AnthPal_12.99 the long labour of the Muses ; for my mind is cast in
AnthPal_12.100 nded the man wise in the Muses' lore" ? [101] Meleager &ra
AnthPal_13.28 the sake of the violet-crowned Muses. * & The epigram is
AnthPal_5.135 tress of Bacchus and the Muses and Cythereia, sweetly-laug
AnthPal_5.201 shrine of Cypris, the lyre the Muses helped her then to
AnthPal_6.145 hest glory of the tragic Muse, first dedicated these altar
AnthPal_6.295 & hung up here to the Muses the implements of his penur
AnthPal_6.313 wreaths at the sports of the Muses. [314] NICODEMUS OF
AnthPal_6.321 Caesar {? Nero}, the Egyptian Muse of Leonidas offers you
AnthPal_6.325 ccept a line of my Muse which will survive for ever, a tok
AnthPal_7.9 olds Orpheus, son of the Muse Calliope ; whom the trees
AnthPal_7.10 ashes. The very Muses of Pieria, with Apollo, the maste
AnthPal_7.17 me for the sake of the Muses, from each of whom I took
AnthPal_7.21 Attic star of the tragic Muse, whose locks the curving ivy
AnthPal_7.22 auty of diction that the Muses and Graces in common bestow
AnthPal_7.41 earest companion of the divine Muses. [43] ION & { F 1 }
AnthPal_7.44 mingled the grace of the Muses with wisdom, yet you were
AnthPal_7.71 chus, who first made the Muse bitter dipping her in vipers
AnthPal_7.355 well gifted by the Muses and a jolly after-dinner companio
AnthPal_7.370 riend of Bacchus and the Muses, rests beneath me, or at
AnthPal_7.377 ecause he vomited on the Muses those floods of bile, and
AnthPal_7.414 sser nightingales of the Muses ; but from my tragic burles
AnthPal_7.416 poken Graces with Love and the Muses. [417] Meleager &rarr
AnthPal_7.674 Archilochus, whom the Muse, out of kindness to Homer,
AnthPal_7.709 to know the Heliconian Muses who made me greater than
AnthPal_7.718 and bore one dear to the Muses and equal to her and that
AnthPal_9.39 F 7 } & Cypris to the Muses : "Honour Aphrodite, you
AnthPal_9.43 on the flowers of the Muses, shall never be the slave
AnthPal_9.184 indar, holy mouth of the Muses, and you, Bacchylides, garr
AnthPal_9.187 varied flowers of the Muses, bore off the honey to your
AnthPal_9.190 all infused with honey by the Muses. Her three hundred
AnthPal_9.213 der, both dear to the heavenly Muses. [215] Antipater_of_T
AnthPal_9.230 quaff the pleasant gift of the Muses. [231] Antipater_of_T
AnthPal_* 9.248-251 * servants of the tragic Muse, Hera, the consort of Zeus,
AnthPal_9.342 oes not, I say, conform to the Muses' law. Seek not the
AnthPal_9.373 dside nightingale of the Muses, who at midday chatter shri
AnthPal_9.506 F 13 } & Some say the Muses are nine, but how carelessl
AnthPal_9.571 loud from Thebes, the Muse of Simonides breathed deligh
Antiphil_9.192 orship you and the Muses ; for after your song the world
AntipSid_7.14 who with the immortal Muses is celebrated as the mortal
AntipSid_7.2 y-voiced, who sang even as the Muses. For in no other isla
AntipSid_7.27 offering to these three, the Muses, Bacchus, and Love.
AntipSid_7.34 swarm of bees from the Muses fashioned it in the bridal
AntipSid_7.409 aten on the anvil of the Muses, if you are gifted with a
AntipSid_7.6 Greeks, the light of the Muses, the mouth that grows not
AntipSid_9.66 ndering if men possess a tenth Muse. [9.151] & { G-P 59
AntipThes_7.18 lyre, possessed by the nine Muses. Here rests he, a cau
AntipThes_7.75 mmeasurable voice of the Muse, was buried in Catana's fier
AntipThes_9.26 eaven gave birth to nine Muses, and Earth to these nine,
AntipThes_9.428 can deny an ear to the Muses ? * & Piso conducted operat
AntipThes_16.220 } & On Statues of the Muses Three are we, the Muses who
Apollonid_9.280 the erudite book of the Muses, he saw over his head a tok
Apollonid_10.19 joyful verses; for indeed the Muse is not inferior to wea
Archias_9.64 [9.64] & { - } & The Muses themselves saw you, Hesiod,
Asclepiad_6.308 and in gratitude to the Muses he hung me up here, the com
Asclepiad_9.63 the joint work of the Muses and Antimachus ? * & The
Asclepiad_9.64 CLEPIADES or ARCHIAS The Muses themselves saw you, Hesiod,
Athen_2.44 a dry skeleton of the Muses, a nightmare to nightingale
Athen_4.163 the Graces, nor even to the Muses. And therefore Virtue
Athen_4.176 played for Glauce & The Muses' sports amid their wine-gla
Athen_6.242 at times a plant to all the Muses dear. And surely this
Athen_8.348 nine statues of the nine Muses, and one of Apollo, and had
Athen_8.350 had received from the Muses all the Greeks as his wages
Athen_11.463 due to mirth, & Praising the Muses and the bright-faced
Athen_12.547 to oversee the rites of the Muses. All which duties app
Athen_13.555 subject, will invoke the Muse Erato to impress anew on our
Athen_13.571 those men & Who of the Muses learnt but ill-shaped lette
Athen_* 13.598-601 * Bacchus reared, and the Muses taught to be the most faith
Athen_15.696 & Shall never die, the Muses' holy train & Shall bear
Callim:Epigr_23 on whom as children the Muses look with no sidelong glanc
Callim:Epigr_47 yclops was no fool ! The Muses, O Philippus, reduce the
Callim:Epigr_49 of Miccus, offered me to the Muses, praying for ease of
Cic:Brut_187 on, to please me and the Muses;- I shall say to my friend
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   the Romans with the Greek Muses. They had a small
Crinag_9.234 the gifts of the Muses, and leave these dim phantoms of
Crinag_9.513 that Menander, with one of the Muses or one of the Graces,
Crinag_9.545 he let out every reef of his Muse. He sings the hut of
Diog_Laert_07.30 led by the least worthy of the Muses. [31] And we also hav
Diog_Laert_10.12 ear, instructed by the Muses, & Or at the sacred shrine
DioscEpigr_7.31 Anacreon, delight of the Muses, lord of all revels of the
DioscEpigr_7.37 oly servant, received from the Muses as a holy trust to
DioscEpigr_7.407 you together with the Muses ; for your breath is like
DioscEpigr_7.707 the virile rhythm on the Doric Muse, and drawn to magniloq
ElegMaec_1.17 oil. Honouring the Muses and Apollo in luxurious gardens,
Ennius:Ann_1 first line ; invocation of the Muses VARRO : In Ennius the
Ennius:Ann_232 mounted the rough rocks of the Muses . . . nor was anyone
Euseb]:Chron_263 lion's nine books of the Muses from the forty books of Dio
Isyll_F said to have given the Muse Erato to Malus as his bride
Julian:Caes_308 doubt instructed by the Muses themselves, every god has
Julian:Caes_309 and introduce Homer's Muse." [310] "Take care", said
Julian:Mis_337 in my power to win from the Muses. Indeed I have observ
Julian:Mis_338 soul - "I sing for the Muses and myself." However the
Julian:Mis_351 ure you, by Zeus and the Muses, that while I was still a
LeonTar_5.206 illing work-women of the Muses, dedicate to the Pimpleian
LeonTar_6.120 For as much as the Muses love me, I love Athene ; she, the
LeonTar_7.13 gathering the flowers of the Muses, Hades carried her
LeonTar_7.19 made music worthy of the Muses, lieth in this tomb, a grea
LeonTar_7.35 servant of the sweet-voiced Muses. [7.67] & { G-P 59
LeonTar_7.449 ves, Artemis in the chase, the Muse in the dance and Ares
LeonTar_7.715 rs, ill to live; but the Muses loved me and instead of sou
LeonTar_9.24 mer, holding on high the Muses' brightest torch, makes fai
Lucill_9.572 song from the Heliconian Muses" ; so Hesiod wrote, & they
MArgent_10.18 delight thee, and the sweet Muses too with their letter
Meleager_4.1 cs. To whom, dear Muse, do you bring these varied fruits
Meleager_5.139 ows desire at me, or the Muse, or the Grace or - what shal
Meleager_5.140 30 } & The melodious Muses, giving skill to your touch
Meleager_5.215 you, Love, reverence the Muse who intercedes for me and
Meleager_7.13 gathering the flowers of the Muses, Hades carried her
Meleager_7.195 locust, shrill-winged Muse of the corn fields, Nature's
Meleager_7.352 of his verse. O Muses, who show favour to an impious
Meleager_* 7.417-421 * first by the help of the Muses ran abreast of the Graces
Mnasalcas_9.324 dwelling place of the rustic Muse. * & Aphrodite. [9.333
Naev:Pun_1 poem; invocation of the Muses : CAESIUS BASSUS : As is
OGIS_310 (c. 200-150)   sacred to the Heliconian Muses, for all time. &r
OGIS_311 (c. 200-150)   ] to be sacred to the Muses and the college of Phil
Philip_6.62 eyes, dedicates to the Muses his circular lead & which
Philip_9.88 ever served as oarsmen to the Muses without payment. The
Philoch_224 ated these Graces to the Muses, goddesses {to goddesses},
Phld:Epigr_5.107 the heavy wrath of the Muses." So I ever cried to you
Phld:Epigr_9.570 skin, with a face like a Muse's, sweet-voiced, fair darlin
Phld:Epigr_11.41 is alive. But O Muses, my mistresses, bring it to a clo
Phld:Epigr_11.44 friend, beloved by the Muses, who keeps our annual feast
Plut:Phoc_7 war], and laurels of the Muses ; and he knew that the godd
Polyaen_01.20.1 inspired by Ares and the Muses, they advanced to battle,
PsCallisth_1.42 standing near him the Pierian Muses and the wild beasts.
PSI_528 val of Hermes and of the Muses, for everyone else has alre
SEG_48.1330 (c. 128-100)   g in the realm of the Muses, she who gave birth to
SEG_54.1569 (late 2nd cent.)   her [Apollo] and the Muses, mixed with noble prude
Simonid_7.25 aid, the singer whom the Muses made deathless, who set to
Simonid_13.30 shifting the words) Sing me, Muse, the son of fair-ankle
Syll_457 (c. 250)   ion was priest of the Muses, and Aischylos represe
Syll_466 (251/0)   [A] Muses. In the year of K
Theodorid_13.21 of elegies. His Muse was a fragment torn from Simonides
THI_127 (c. 210)   s athlothete for the Muses : Euxes son of Ariston t
THI_128 (210-205)   at is dedicated [(?) to the Muses]. [It was resolve
Timoth:Pers_202 exalter of a new-made Muse of the lute of gold, come
Vit:Arat_2 gan with a hymn to Zeus: Muses of Pieria, who give praise


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