But the comic senarius, styled trochaic, contains a number of pyrrhics and trochees, which others call tribrachs, but loses in dignity what it gains in speed,
En, impero Argis, sceptra mi liquit Pelops.From an unknown tragedian. 1
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1 “Lo, I am lord at Argos, where to me I Pelops the sceptre left.”
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