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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Arthur Golding) 30 0 Browse Search
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Sextus Propertius, Elegies (ed. Vincent Katz), Book 1, Addressed partially to Cynthia, partially to third party (search)
Argus to guard the animal. One day Io confesses to Argus, and Argus tells Juno. Then Mercury comes, puts Argus to sleep and beheads him with a great blow of his sword. He sets Io free, but Juno sends an enormous gadfly to follow and sting Io. Tormented, Io jumps into the sea—henceforth the Ionian Sea—and swims to Egypt, where Jupiter transforms her back into a woman. It is very strange that Propertius would compare himself to the ugly, horrible Argus; possibly the amount of Bacchus he had imbibed gave him Arguslike vision. Also, Argus was steadfast and loyal. Ariadne lay, Theseus' ship sailing away, languid on lonely shores, the Knossian girl; and Cepheus' daughter collapsed in first sleep just free from the hard stone, Andromeda; no less the Edonian bacchante, worn from dances, when she fell on grassy Apidanus: so seemed she, breathing gentle quiet, Cynthia, supporting her head with slipping hands, when I came in, dragging my feet with much Bacchus, and the boy