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Euripides Fragment No. 91

The Fragment… Love is the fullest education… …in lovely wisdom… He is the pleasantest of all the gods for mortals to consort with. He possesses a pleasure that brings no pain, and leads me to hope. May I not be among those uninitiated in his toils. May I keep clear of his savage ways! To…

Pasiphaë

Denials from me will no longer convince you; for the facts are now quite clear. If I had thrown myself at a man in love’s furtive commerce, I should rightly now be revealed as lascivious. As it is, because my madness was a god’s onslaught, I hurt, but my trouble is not voluntary. Why, it…

Euripides’ Sciron (E.49)

Satyrs, led as usual by their ‘father’ Silenus, are in servitude to Sciron; they tended, not their master’s animals for his enjoyment, but passers-by whom they lured with prostitutes Sciron then killed these unfortunate men until Theseus came by, destroyed Sciron, and freed the satyrs. The Fragments… SILENUS: Hermes, for you indeed… hold… You can…