Index:Pindar and Anacreon.djvu

Pindar and Anacreon.djvu

CONTENTS.



PAGE
Preface v
Biographical Sketch of Pindar vii
 
THE OLYMPIC ODES.
Of the Olympic Games 16
Ode I. 17
II. 25
III. 32
IV. 37
V. 39
VI. 42
VII. 50
VIII. 58
IX. 63
X. 70
XI. 76
XII. 78
XIII. 80
XIV. 87
 
THE PYTHIAN ODES.
Of the Pythian Games 90
Ode I. 91
II. 100
III. 107
IV. 115
V. 133
VI. 140
VII. 143
VIII. 145
IX. 151
X. 159
XI. 164
XII. 168
 
THE NEMEAN ODES.
Of the Nemean Games 172
Ode I. 173
II. 177
III. 180
IV. 185
V. 191
VI. 196
VII. 200
VIII. 207
IX. 211
X. 216
XI. 223
 
THE ISTHMIAN ODES.
Of the Isthmian Games 228
Ode I. 229
II. 233
III. 236
IV. 238
V. 243
VI. 247
VII. 251
VIII. 255

CONTENTS.



PAGE
Biographical Sketch of Anacreon v
Ode I.—On his Lyre 13
II.—On Women 14
III.—Cupid Benighted 15
IV.—On Himself 16
V.—On the Rose 18
VI.—The Banquet 19
VII.—On Cupid 20
VIII.—On his Dream 21
IX.—On a Dove 22
X.—On a Waxen Cupid 24
XI.—On Himself 24
XII.—On a Swallow 25
XIII.—On Himself 26
XIV.—On Cupid 27
XV.—Happy Life 28
XVI.—The Captive 29
XVII.—On a Silver Bowl 29
XVIII.—On the same subject 31
XIX.—Reasons for Drinking 31
XX.—To his Mistress 32
XXI.—Summer 33
XXII.—The Bower 34
XXIII.—The Vanity of Wealth 35
XXIV.—Life to be Enjoyed 35
XXV.—The Cure for Care 36
XXVI.—In Praise of Wine 36
XXVII.—The same subject 37
XXVIII.—On his Mistress 37
XXX.—Cupid taken Prisoner 40
XXXI.—Pleasing Phrensy 40
XXXII.—On the Number of his Mistresses 41
XXXIII.—On a Swallow 42
XXXIV.—To his Mistress 43
XXXV.—On a Picture representing Europa 44
XXXVI.—Life to be Enjoyed 44
XXXVII.—On the Spring 45
XXXVIII.—On Himself 46
XXXIX.—On Himself 47
XL.—Cupid Wounded 48
XLI.—The Banquet of Wine 49
XLII.—On Himself 50
XLIII.—On the Grasshopper 50
XLIV.—The Dream 52
XLV.—Cupid's Darts 52
XLVI.—The Power of Gold 54
XLVII.—Young Old Age 55
XLVIII.—Happy Life 55
XLIX.—To a Painter 56
L.—On Bacchus 56
LI.—On a Medal representing Venus 57
LII.—On the Vintage 59
LIII.—On the Rose 60
LIV.—On Himself 62
LV.—The Lover's Mark 63
LVI.—On his Old Age 64
LVII.—That Moderation enhances Enjoyment 64
LVIII.—Love in the Heart 65
LIX.—On Himself 65
LX.—On the Spring 66