Pythian

Pindar

Pindar, creator; Arnson Svarlien, Diane, 1960-, translator

  1. [*]( The scholia (Inscr. a and b) give both dates. ) Daughters of Cadmus, Semele dwelling among the Olympians and Ino Leucothea, sharing the chamber of the Nereid sea-nymphs: come, with the mother of Heracles, greatest in birth, to the presence of Melia; come to the sanctuary of golden tripods,
  2. the treasure-house which Loxias honored above all
  3. and named the Ismenion, true seat of prophecy. Come, children of Harmonia, where even now he calls the native host of heroines to assemble, so that you may loudly sing of holy Themis and Pytho and the just