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1 results for "ciconian"
1. Ovid, Metamorphoses, 11.1-11.22, 11.28, 11.37-11.41, 11.77-11.84 (1st cent. BCE - 1st cent. CE)  Tagged with subjects: •ciconian women, farmers, attack on Found in books: Panoussi(2019), Brides, Mourners, Bacchae: Women's Rituals in Roman Literature, 98, 99
11.1. Carmine dum tali silvas animosque ferarum 11.2. Threicius vates et saxa sequentia ducit, 11.3. ecce nurus Ciconum, tectae lymphata ferinis 11.4. pectora velleribus, tumuli de vertice cernunt 11.5. Orphea percussis sociantem carmina nervis. 11.6. E quibus una, leves iactato crine per auras, 11.7. “en,” ait “en hic est nostri contemptor!” et hastam 11.8. vatis Apollinei vocalia misit in ora, 11.9. quae foliis praesuta notam sine vulnere fecit; 11.10. alterius telum lapis est, qui missus in ipso 11.11. aere concentu victus vocisque lyraeque est 11.12. ac veluti supplex pro tam furialibus ausis 11.13. ante pedes iacuit. Sed enim temeraria crescunt 11.14. bella modusque abiit, insanaque regnat Erinys. 11.15. Cunctaque tela forent cantu mollita, sed ingens 11.16. clamor et infracto Berecyntia tibia cornu 11.17. tympanaque et plausus et Bacchei ululatus 11.18. obstrepuere sono citharae: tum denique saxa 11.19. non exauditi rubuerunt sanguine vatis. 11.20. Ac primum attonitas etiamnum voce canentis 11.21. innumeras volucres anguesque agmenque ferarum 11.22. Maenades, Orphei titulum, rapuere, theatri. 11.28. coniciunt thyrsos non haec in munera factos. 11.37. Quae postquam rapuere ferae cornuque minaci 11.38. divulsere boves, ad vatis fata recurrunt 11.39. Tendentemque manus et in illo tempore primum 11.40. inrita dicentem nec quicquam voce moventem 11.41. sacrilegae perimunt. Perque os, pro Iuppiter! illud 11.77. exsternata fugam frustra temptabat; at illam 11.78. lenta tenet radix exsultantemque coercet, 11.79. dumque ubi sint digiti, dum pes ubi, quaerit, et ungues, 11.80. adspicit in teretes lignum succedere suras, 11.81. et conata femur maerenti plangere dextra, 11.82. robora percussit: pectus quoque robora fiunt, 11.83. robora sunt umeri, porrectaque bracchia veros 11.84. esse putes ramos, et non fallere putando.