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I. The FIRST ASCLEPIAD Metre consists uniformly of the common Asclepiad line; i. e. of two Choriambi between an Iambic Syzygy, thus,

--I-UU-Il-uu-luy Od. I. 1; III, 30; IV. 8.

II. The SECOND ASCLEPIAD is a couplet consisting of a Gly. conic verse (i. e. of one Choriambus between an Iambic Syzygy) and of the common Asclepiad line:

-l-uu-luy

--I-uu-l-uu-l-u
Od. I. 3. 13. 19. 36; II. 9. 15. 19. 24, 25. 28; IV. 1. 3.

III. The THIRD ASCLEPIAD is a stanza of four lines, of which three are the common Asclepiads, and the fourth is a Glyconic:

--I-UU-Il-uu-luy
--I-UU-ll-uu-luy
--I-UU-II -uu-luu

T-uu-ley
Od. I. 6. 15. 24. 33; II. 12; III. 10. 16; IV. 5. 12.

IV. The FOURTH ASCLEPIAD is a stanza of four lines, of which the first two are common Asclepiads; the third is a Pherecratean verse (i. e. one Choriambus placed between a Spondee and a single syllable, long or short), and the fourth a Glyconic:

--I-UU-II - UU-luy
--I-UU-Il-uu-luy

--!-uurly

--!-uu-luy Od. I. 5. 14. 21. 23; III, 7. 13; IV. 13.

V. The Fifth ASCLEPIAD consists of uniform lines, made up of three Choriambi between an Iambic Syzygy:

-I-UU-II-UU-I-UU-luy Od. I. 11. 18; IV. 10.

VI. The FIRST SAPPHIC Metre is a stanza of four lines, the first three of which are the common Sapphic verse; i. e. a Trochaic Dipodia followed by the Aristophanic Choriamb. Dim. Cat. ; and the fourth is Adonic*:

-ul--1-luu-lucy
-ul--I-luu-lu-y
-ul--1-luu-lucu

Luuley
Od. I. 2. 10. 12. 20. 22. 25. 30. 32. 38; II. 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 16; III.

8. 11. 14. 18. 20. 22. 27; IV. 2. 6. 11. Carm. Sæc.

VII. The Second SAPPHIC is a couplet consisting of the Aristophanic verse (Choriamb. Dim. Cat.) and the line called the greater Sapphic; i. e. a Trochaic Dipodia followed by a Choriambic Trim. Cat. :,

Luu-lucy

--I-luu-l-uu-lucu Od. L. 8.

VIII. The ALCAIC is a stanza of four lines, the first two of which consist of eleven syllables, the third of nine, and the fourth of ten; thus :

v-v--I-UU-vy
u-u--I-uu-uu

JYJuTauru Od. I. 9. 16, 17. 26, 27. 29. 31. 34, 35. 37; II. 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 11. 13,

14, 15: 17. 19, 20; III. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 17. 21. 23. 26. 29; IV. 4. 9. 15. 17.

IX. The FIRST ARCHILOCHIAN is a couplet consisting of a common Hexameter line, and a Dactylic Penthimemer, i.e. two Dactyls and a syllable:

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vu vuly

Od. IV. 7.

* Dactylic Dim. Cat.

X. The SECOND ARCHILOCHIAN is a couplet consisting of the Herameter verse, and an Iambelegus; i. e. an lamb. Dim. Acat. with a Dactylic Penthimemer:

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Epod. 13.

XI. The THIRD ARChILOCHIAN is a couplet consisting of an lambic Senarius and an Elegiambus ; i. e. a Dactyl. Penth. with an Iamb. Dim. Acat. :

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- - - - - - ای آن - آن

CI Epod. 11.

XII. The FOURTH ARCHILOCHIAN is a couplet, the first line of which is made up of Alcmanian * and Ithyphallic verses t, and the second is an lamb. Trim. Cat. :

vulHuuluull-u-ul-u

ucu-lucu

Od. I. 4.

XIII. The ALCMANIAN is a couplet consisting of a common Hexameter, and a Dactylic Tetram. Cat. :

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Od. I. 7. 28. Epod. 12.
XIV. The FIRST I AMBIC consists solely of lambic Senarii :

u

-11 Epod. 17.

XV. The SECOND IAMBIC is a couplet consisting of an Iambic Senarius and an Iambic Quaternarius :

ull
- 11

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Epodes from I. to X.

• Dactyl. Tetram. Acat.

+ Three Trochees, or two and a Spondee.

XVI. The First PYTHIAMBIC is a couplet consisting of the common Dactylic Hexameter and an Iambic Quaternarius :

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Epod. 14, 15.

XVII. The SECOND PYTHIAMBIC is a couplet of the Dactylic Hexameter and Iambic Senarius:

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Epod. 16.

XVIII. The TROCHAIC is a couplet, of which the first line is Troch. Dim. Cat., and the second Iamb. Trim. Cat.; or the couplet may be regarded as one Trochaic line, Tetram. Hypercat. :

-u-ul-uy

ucu-lucu-lucu Od. II. 18.

XIX. IONIC A MINORE. Tetram. Acat. :

ru luu--luu -Tuued od. III. 12.

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