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Homeric Hymns (ed. Hugh G. Evelyn-White) 12 0 Browse Search
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Sophocles, Tracking Satyrs (ed. Anne Mahoney), line 251 (search)
loud, quarrelsome words. But calm down and tell me what it is you need. Chorus Mighty Cyllene, lady of this land, I'll tell you in a moment why I've come. But first tell us about that scraping noise and who's making it. Cyllene First of all, understand this: if you say one word of what I'm about to tell you, you'll be in trouble. This business is a secret even among the gods, so that no news of it may come to Hera. You see, Zeus came secretly to Atlas's house to the deep-girdled goddess Maia, daughter of Atlas and in a cave begot a single son. I am bringing him up myself, for his mother's strength is shaken by sickness as if by a storm. So I stay by his crib and take care of his food and drink and rest, all day and all night. He grows, day by day, in a very unusual way, and I'm astounded and afraid. It's not even six days since he was born, and he already stands as tall as a young man. His growth spurt hasn't wasted any time coming. That's the kind of child that's in my tr