Τετάρτη, 8 Φεβρουαρίου 2017

ΜΕΤΑΜΟΡΦΩΣΕΙΣ ΤΟΥ ΟΒΙΔΙΟΥ... Les Métamorphoses d'Ovide (Paris, Didot 1806–07)...

ΜΕΤΑΜΟΡΦΩΣΕΙΣ ΤΟΥ ΟΒΙΔΙΟΥ.....[ 64 ].ΧΑΡΑΚΤΙΚΑ..Jean-Jacques François Le Barbier (1739–1826), Nicolas André Monsiau (1754–1837), and Jean-Michel Moreau (1741–1814).[.Document belonging to the Greek Mythology Link, a web site created by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology
Copyright © 1997 Carlos Parada and Maicar Förlag.]
 Les Métamorphoses d'Ovide (Paris, Didot 1806–07).Engravings after originals by Jean-Jacques François Le Barbier (1739–1826), Nicolas André Monsiau (1754–1837), and Jean-Michel Moreau (1741–1814).

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The Silver Age .."After Saturn had been banished to Tartarus, and the world was under the sway of Jove, the silver race came in ..." (Ov.Met.1.113)

Η ΣΥΓΚΕΝΤΡΩΣΗ ΤΩΝ ΘΕΩΝ...The Gods Assembled |..."When now the clamor had subsided, checked by his royal authority, Jove once more broke the silence ..." (Ov.Met.1.205).

ΔΕΥΚΑΛΙΩΝ και ΠΥΡΡΑ..Deucalion and Pyrrha |"They go down, beil their heads, ungird their robes, and throw stones behind them just as the goddess had bidden."

ΠΑΝ και ΣΥΡΙΓΞ..Pan and Syrinx ...."Pan, when now he thought he had caught Syrinx, instead of her held naught but marsh reeds in his arms."...

ΦΑΕΘΩΝ..Phaethon..."The driver is panic-stricken. He knows not how to handle the reins entrusted to him, nor where the road is; nor if he did know, would he be able to control the steeds."

Η ΠΤΩΣΗ ΤΟΥ ΦΑΕΘΩΝ.. The Fall of Phaethon..."He thundered, and, balancing in his right hand a bolt, flung it from beside the ear at the charioteer and hurled him from the car..." (Ov. Met. 2.310)

ΗΡΑ και ΚΑΛΛΙΣΤΩ... Hera and Callisto..."So saying, she caught her by the hair full infront and flung her face-foremost to the ground."

ΕΡΜΗΣ και ΕΡΣΗ..Hermes and Herse..."That day chanced to be a festival of Pallas when young maidens bore to their goddess' temple mystic gifts in flower-wreathed baskets on their heads."

ΚΑΔΜΟΣ και ΔΡΑΚΟΣ.. Cadmus killing the Dragon of Ares..."But Cadmus follows him up and presses the planted point into his throat; until at last an oak-tree stays his backward course and neck and tree are pierced together."

ΑΡΤΕΜΙΣ και ΑΚΤΑΙΩΝ...Artemis and Actaeon..."As soon as he entered the grotto bedewed with fountain spray, the naked nymphs smote upon their breasts at the sight of the man."
ΔΙΑΣ και ΣΕΜΕΛΗ...Zeus and Semele.."The babe still not wholly fashioned is snatched from the mother's womb and sewed up in his father's thigh."

Η ΠΟΜΠΗ του ΔΙΟΝΥΣΟΥ... Train of Dionysus."The god is now come and the fields resound with the wild cries of revellers."

ΠΥΡΑΜΟΣ και ΘΙΣΒΗ... Pyramus and Thisbe.."I will follow you in death, and men shall say that I was the most wretched cause and comrade of your fate. Whom death alone had power to part from me, not even death shall have power to part from me."...

ΗΛΙΟΣ και ΛΕΥΚΟΘΕΑ... Helius and Leucothoe.."But the maiden, though in terror at this sudden apparition, yet, overwhelmed by his radiance, at last without protest suffers the ardent wooing of the god."

ΗΡΑ και ΤΙΣΙΦΟΝΗ.. Hera and Tisiphone.."When Juno had spoken, Tisiphone, just as she was, shook her tangled grey locks, tossed back the straggling snakes from her face..." (Ov. Met. 4.473).

ΠΕΡΣΕΑΣ και ΑΤΛΑΣ... Perseus and Atlas.."... and, himself turning his back, he held out from his left hand the ghastly Medusa-head."

ΠΕΡΣΕΑΣ και ΦΙΝΕΑΣ...Perseus and Phineus.."First among them is Phineus, brother of the king, rash instigator of strife, who brandishes an ashen spear with bronze point."

ΠΕΡΣΕΑΣ και ΦΙΝΕΑΣ...Perseus and Phineus.."'Turn away your faces, if any friend be here.'So saying, he raised on high the Gorgon's head."

ΕΡΩΣ..ΑΡΗΣ και ΑΦΡΟΔΙΤΗ...Hades, Eros and Aphrodite.."So Venus spoke. The god of love loosed his quiver at his mother's bidding ... Then he bent the pliant bow across his knee and with his barbed arrow smote Dis through the heart."

ΑΡΤΕΜΙΣ..ΑΡΕΘΟΥΣΑ και ΑΛΦΕΙΟΣ...Artemis, Arethusa, and Alpheus.."The river-god circled around me, wrapped in the darkness, and at fault quested about the hollow mist."

ΑΘΗΝΑ και ΑΡΑΧΝΗ... Athena and Arachne.."Then the goddess exclaimed: 'She has come!'and throwing aside her old woman's disguise, she revealed Pallas."

Ο ΘΑΝΑΤΟΣ ΤΩΝ ΝΙΟΒΙΔΩΝ...Apollo, Artemis, Niobe, and the dead Niobids.."Now does the childless mother sit down amid the lifeless bodies of her sons, her daughters, and her husband, in stony grief."

ΛΗΤΩ και ΛΥΚΙΑΣ... Leto and the Lycian peasants."Latona came to the water's edge and kneeled on the ground to quench her thirst with a cooling draught. But the rustic rabble would not let her drink."

ΠΡΟΚΝΙΣ και ΦΙΛΟΜΗΛΑ... Procne and Philomela.."She comes to the secluded lodge at last, shrieks aloud and cries 'Euhoe!'breaks down the doors, seizes her sister, arrays her in the trappings of a Bacchante, hides her face with ivy-leaves, and, dragging her along in amazement, leads her within her own walls."

ΙΑΣΩΝ και ΑΗΤΗΣ...Jason and the Bulls of Aeetes.."As he came towards them the fierce beats turned upon him terrible faces and sharp horns tipped with iron."

ΜΗΔΕΙΑ και ΑΙΣΩΝ... Medea revives Aeson..."Medea, with streaming hair after the fashion of the Bacchantes, moved round the blazing altars ..." (Ov. Met. 7.257).

ΗΡΑΚΛΗΣ και ΚΕΡΒΕΡΟΣ...Heracles chaining Cerberus..."Hercules, the hero of Tiryns, dragged Cerberus with chains wrought of adamant, while the great dog fought and turned away his eyes from the bright light of day."

ΤΕΛΑΜΩΝΑΣ και ΑΙΑΚΟΣ... Telamon and Aeacus.."I went without, and there just such men as I had seen in my dream I now saw and recognized with my waking eyes."

ΚΕΦΑΛΟΣ και ΠΡΟΚΡΙΔΑ... Cephalus and Procris.."There I found her dying, her disordered garments stained with blood ... trying to draw the very weapon she had given me from her wounded breast."

ΣΚΥΛΛΑ και ΝΙΣΟΣ...Scylla and Nisus.."The daughter steals silently into her father's chamber ... and despoils him of the fateful lock of hair."

ΘΗΣΕΑΣ και ΜΙΝΩΤΑΥΡΟΣ..Theseus and the Minotaur.."By Ariadne's help, Theseus found the entrance, which no one had ever reached before, by winding up the thread."

ΜΕΛΕΑΓΡΟΣ και ΑΤΑΛΑΝΤΗ... Meleager and Atalanta.."Then Meleager, standing with his foot upon that death-dealing head, spoke thus to Atalanta: 'Take thou the prize that is of my right, O fair Arcadian, and let my glory be shared with thee.'" (Ov. Met. 8.425).

ΘΗΣΕΑΣ και ΑΧΕΛΩΟΣ...Theseus and the river god Achelous .."Theseus and his comrades of the chase disposed themselves upon the couches."

ΦΙΛΗΜΩΝ και ΒΑΥΚΙΣ..Philemon and Baucis.."They had one goose, the guardian of their tiny estate; and him the hosts were preparing to kill for their divine guests."

ΗΡΑΚΛΗΣ και ΑΧΕΛΩΟΣ...Heracles and Achelous."Holding my tough horn in his pitiless right hand, he broke it off and tore it from my forehead, mutilating me."

Η ΓΕΝΝΗΣΗ του ΗΡΑΚΛΗ...Birth of Heracles.."Alcmena is relieved; her prayers are answered and her child is born."
ΔΡΥΟΠΗ... Dryope turns into a tree.."She strove to tear her hair with her hands, but only filled her hands with leaves."

: Byblis turns into a spring.."So Phoebean Byblis, consumed by her own tears, is changed into a fountain."

ΕΥΡΥΔΙΚΗ...Eurydice.."While the bride was strolling through the grass with a group of naiads in attendance, she fell dead, smitten in the ankle by a serpent's tooth."

ΓΑΝΥΜΗΔΗΣ...Ganymedes.."He cleft the air on his lying wings and stole away the Trojan boy."

ΠΥΓΜΑΛΙΩΝ...Pygmalion.."Yet, it was real flesh! The veins were pulsing beneath his testing finger."

Η ΓΕΝΝΗΣΗ του ΑΔΩΝΙ...Birth of Adonis.."Pitying Lucina stood near the groaning branches, laid her hand on them, and uttered charms to aid the birth."

ΣΕΙΛΗΝΟΣ... Silenus taken by the Phrygians.."But Silenus was not there. Him, stumbling with the weight of years and wine, the Phrygian rustics took captive."

ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝ και ΠΑΝΑΣ... Contest between Apollo and Pan.."All approved the judgment of Tmolus. And yet it was challenged and called unjust by Midas' voice alone."

ΑΛΚΥΟΝΗ και ΚΥΗΚΑΣ... Alcyone and Ceyx.."Alcyone fell to trembling again; her tears flowed afresh and, embracing her husband in the depth of woe, she said a sad farewell at last and then fainted away completely."
Η ΘΥΣΙΑ τησ ΙΦΙΓΕΝΕΙΑΣ...: Sacrifice of Iphigenia.."Just as Iphigenia was standing before the altar ready to shed her innocent blood, the goddess was moved to pity and spread a cloud before their eyes.." (Ov. Met. 12.30).

ΚΕΝΤΑΥΡΟΜΑΧΙΕΣ...Fight with the Centaurs.."His twi-formed brothers, inflamed with passion at his death, cried all with one accord: 'To arms!'" (Ov. Met. 12.240).

ΗΡΑΚΛΗΣ και ΣΤΥΜΦΑΛΙΔΕΣ...Heracles shoots Periclymenus.."The the Tirynthian aimed his too unerring bow at him as he bore his body high into the clouds and hung poised there, and smote him where wing joins side."

ΠΑΡΗΣ και ΑΧΙΛΛΕΑΣ..Paris shoots Achilles.."So then, Achilles, thou conqueror of the mightiest, thou art thyself overcome by the cowardly ravisher of a Grecian's wife."

ΟΔΥΣΣΕΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΑΧΙΛΛΕΑΣ και ΛΥΚΟΜΗΔΗΣ... Odysseus detects Achilles in the court of Lycomedes.."And I laid my hand on him and sent the brave fellow forth to do brave things."

ΑΙΑΝΤΑΣ...Suicide of Ajax ..

ΘΑΝΑΤΟΣ ΑΣΤΥΑΝΑΚΑ...Death of little Astyanax.."And Astyanax was hurled down from that tower where he was wont often to sit and watch his father."

Η ΦΥΓΗ ΤΟΥ ΑΙΝΕΙΑ...Aeneas leaving Troy, with father and son.."The heroic son of Cytherea bore away upon his shoulders her sacred images and, another sacred thing, his father, a venerable burden ."

ΓΑΛΑΤΕΙΑ..ΑΚΙΣ και ΠΟΛΥΦΗΜΟΣ... Galatea, Acis, and Polyphemus.."Then the fierce Cyclops spied me and Acis."
ΑΙΝΕΙΑΣ και ΣΙΒΥΛΛΑ...Aeneas and the Cumaean Sibyl.."He came upon ... the marshy shores of Cumae, and the grotto of the long-lived sibyl."

ΑΧΑΜΕΝΙΔΕΣ... Achaemenides.."After a long time, far in the distance I saw this ship, and I begged them by gestures to save me."

 Caieta's tomb.."And Aeneas' nurse, buried in a marble urn, had a brief epitaph carved on her tomb."

From left: Hades, Poseidon, Aphrodite, Zeus, and Hera |..."Venus had approached the heavenly gods and, throwing her arms around her father's neck, had said ..." (Ov. Met. 14.585).

 Vertumnus and Pomona.. "But if that tree stood there unmated to the vine, it would have no value save for its leaves alone." (Ov. Met. 14.663)

 Ares and Romulus..."There, as Ilia's son was giving kingly judgment to his citizens, Gradivus caught him up from earth."

Myscelus founding Croton .."There in that land he laid his city's walls and named it from him who had been buried there."

Ο ΘΑΝΑΤΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΙΠΠΟΛΥΤΟΥ... Death of Hippolytus."I was thrown from my car ... the reins held my legs fast."

Cipus."Then Cipus spoke again and said: 'Him whom you seek you hace'; and removing the wreath from his head, while the poeple sought to stay him, he showed to them his temples marked with the two horns."

Ο ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΣ στην ΡΩΜΗ...Asclepius comes to Rome"On this spot the serpent-son of Phoebus disembarked from the Latian ship and, resuming his heavenly form, put and end to the people's woes and came to them as health-bringer to their city."
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