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Bacchylides, Epinicians (ed. Diane Arnson Svarlien), Ode 5 For Hieron of Syracuse Single-horse victory at Olympia 476 B. C. (search)
t in battle, answered: β€œI left behind at home Deianeira,Deianeira did marry Heracles; later she killed him unintentionally by giving him a robe treated with poison, which she thought was a love-charm.with her neck like a fresh olive; golden Cypris, charmer of mortals, is still unknown to her.” White-armed Calliope, stop your well-made chariot right there. Sing of the Olympian ruler of the gods, Zeus son of Cronus, and the untiring stream of the Alpheus, and the strength of Pelops, and Pisa, where glorious Pherenicus won victory in the race with his feet, and returned to Syracuse with its fine towers, bringing to Hieron the leaf of good fortune. For the sake of truth we must give praise, pushing away envy with both hands, if any mortal man does well. A Boeotian man, Hesiod, attendant of the sweet Muses, said this: β€œHe whom the gods honor has a good name among men as well.” I am easily persuaded to send to Hieron my illustrious voice, not from the path .There is anothe