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Sextus Propertius, Elegies (ed. Vincent Katz), Book 1, Addressed to Cynthia (search)
tiating the Peloponnesian dynasty. APELLESpainter of the fourth century B.C. from Cos, famous for his use of color intensified by brilliant glaze. PHOEBUSApollo, god of the sun, poetry, and music. But Apollo is the god of music as reason, measure, logic—not music as ecstasy, which is Dionysus. Nietzsche's early essay on the dichotomy in Greek tragedy is stimulating. CALLIOPElater the muse of epic, but in Propertius' day the muses were not yet rigidly compartmentalized. AONIAmythic name of Boeotia, where Mount Relicon, sacred to Apollo and the Muses, is found. What's the point of walking around, love, with your hair all done up? Why does Coan clothing cover your delicate breasts? Why do you drench your hair in Orontean myrrh and sell yourself with foreign enticements? You lose your natural charm with storebought sophistication, you don't allow your limbs their native splendor. Believe me, there's no way to improve your figure: nude Love doesn't love artifice in beauty. Look what