Erichthonios and Pandion I (page 239 lower)

Chapter 7: The Royal House of Athens

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♠ Kastor 250F4 – Die Fragmente der griechischen Historiker, ed. F. Jacoby, 2d ed. Leiden 1957.

Euripides, Ion 267

Your father’s ancestor grew from the earth?  (Greek Text).

W&D 568 – Hesiod, Works and Days

After him the shrilly wailing daughter of Pandion, the swallow, appears to men when spring is just beginning. (Greek Text).

Sappho 135 LP – Poetarum Lesbiorum Fragmenta, p. 94, ed. E. Lobel and D. L. Page. Oxford 1955.

Hesiod fr 312 MW Fragmenta Hesiodea, p. 162, ed.  Merkelbach and M.L. West. Oxford 1967. 

Hesiod says that of all birds, only the nightingale has little regard for sleep but lies awake forever. The swallow does not always lie awake and loses but half of its sleep. They pay this penalty because of the insolent incident that occurred at that unlawful banquet in Thrace. (Transl. Aaron J. Ivey).

Σ Od 19.518 – Scholia to Homer, Odyssey – Scholia Graeca in Homeris Odysseam, ed. W. Dindorf 2, pp. 682-84. Oxford 1855. 

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