Anthologia Graeca

Antecedens: 7.57

Subsequens: 7.59

Anthologia Graeca 7.58, Julianus Ἰουλιανὸς ὁ Αἰγύπτιος Julien l'Égyptien

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Epigramma ad collectionem addictum ab editore Katerina Tzotzi Université de Montréal

Nuper mutata 2020-06-15T19:45:25.000Z

Argumenta: distique élégiaque, distico elegiaco, Elegiac couplet, funerario, funéraire, Demeter, Democritus, Persephone, Traversée vers la mort, Validé par Maxime

Textus epigrammatis

Lingua: ελληνικά

Editio: None


εἰ καὶ ἀμειδήτων νεκύων ὑπὸ γαῖαν ἀνάσσεις,
Φερσεφόνη, ψυχὴν δέχνυσο Δημοκρίτου
εὐμενέως γελόωσαν, ἐπεὶ καὶ σεῖο τεκοῦσαν
ἀχνυμένην ἐπὶ. σοὶ μοῦνος ἔκαμψε γέλως.

Lingua: English

Editio: W. R. Paton (modified)

Though, Persephone, you rule over the unsmiling
dead beneath the earth, receive the shade of
Democritus with his kindly laugh ; for only laughter
turned away from sorrow your mother when she was
sore-hearted for your loss.

Lingua: Français

Editio: P. Waltz

Quoique des mots sans sourire composent, ô Perséphone,
ton empire souterrain, reçois avec bienveillance l'âme de
Démocrite avec son rire, puisque ta mère, en deuil de
toi, n'en fut distraite que par le seul rire.

Codex

External Reference

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Proserpine (1874)

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Nicolae Maniu, L'Enlevement de Proserpine (1985)

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Claudien, Rapt de Proserpine, livre II

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Rembrandt, Rape of Proserpina (1632)

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Ovide, Les Métamorphoses : Cérès et Proserpine (v. 341-408)

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Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Pluto and Proserpina (XVIII cent.)

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Hésiode, La Théogonie, 74

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Ovide, Les Métamorphoses (V, 336-337)

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Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Rape of Proserpine (1621-1622)

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Gustave Doré, Pluton et Virgile, XIX

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Anthologia Graeca 7.59

Alignement de 465 avec 466

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εἰ καὶ ἀμειδήτων νεκύων ὑπὸ γαῖαν ἀνάσσεις ,
Φερσεφόνη , ψυχὴν δέχνυσο Δημοκρίτου
εὐμενέως γελόωσαν , ἐπεὶ καὶ σεῖο τεκοῦσαν
ἀχνυμένην ἐπὶ . σοὶ μοῦνος ἔκαμψε γέλως .

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Though , Persephone , you rule over the unsmiling
dead beneath the earth , receive the shade of
Democritus with his kindly laugh ; for only laughter
turned away from sorrow your mother when she was
sore - hearted for your loss .