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THE REV. J. A. CRAMER, M. A.

LATE STUDENT OF CHRIST CHURCH.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

..... ka@' 'EXXáda ynu otpwcóuevos, 18 ávà výoovs,
Ιχθυόεντα περών πόντον επ' ατρύγετον-

THEOGN, 247.

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SECTION XIV.

PELOPONNESUS.

Geographical view of the Peninsula—Inquiry into the origin of

its inhabitants-Divisions. PELOPONNESUS, prior to the migration of the Phrygian Pelops, from whom it derived its name, is said to have borne that of Apia, which is acknowledged both by Homer and other poets.

Και μεν τοίσιν εγώ μεθομίλεoν εκ Πύλου ελθών,
Tηλόθεν έξ 'Απίης γαίης" καλέσαντο γαρ αυτοί.

IL. A. 270. ..... γυναίκ' ευειδε ανήγες 'Εξ Απίης γαίης, νυον ανδρών αιχμητάων ; ΙΙ. Γ. 49. According to Æschylus it was so called from Apis Son of Apollo.

Αυτής δε χώρας 'Aπίας πέδον τόδε
Πάλαι κέκληται φωτός ιατρού χάριν.
Χώρας γαρ ελθών "Απις εκ Ναυπακτίας
Ιατρόμαντις παις Απόλλωνος, χθόνα

Τήνδ εκκαθαίρει κνωδάλων βρωτοφθόρων. SUPPL. 275. Rhianus, who is cited by Stephanus Byz., (ν. 'Aπία,) supposed Apis to have been an Argive chief, son of Phoroneus.

..... του δε κλυτος εκ γενετ' "Απις "Ός δ' 'Απίην έφατίζε και ανέρας Απιδανήας. (Cf. Pausan. Corinth. 5. Strab. VIII. p. 371. Eustath. ad Dionys. Per. p. 59. Plin. IV. 5.) * VOL. III.

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