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Evening described, 1. 83. II. 66, 67. Gallus, Cornelias, his poems, V1.73.
supposed to be Corydon, VII. 1.
his passion for Lycoris, X. 2.
a man of war as well as a poet,
in what army he was, when the
tenth Eclogue was written, X. 44.
when the Eclogue of that name
Afinius, the son of Pollio, IV.
8. VI. 64.
supposed to be the hero of the
fourth Eclogue, IV. 8.
Garlands, a mark of drunkennels
Garlick used in the country for a relfo-
rative, II. II.
verses of the Sibyls to St Augustin, Gelyfloure, ibid.
Gemmae, Oculi, or Buds, VII. 48.
the Soane, I. 63.
Gestation, it's time, IV. 61.
GilliAower considered, II. 47
Goats worshipped in Egypt, 11. 31
tree, III. 82.
Gold, said to be pale, II. 47.
apples, III. 70.
Gortyna, a city of Crete, V1.600
Grynean grove, VI. 72.
Gylofre, II. 47
"AMADRYADES, X. 62.
Harvest, the feason for it, IL
Hebrus, a fiver of Thrace, X. 65.
a fea Nymph, VII. poplar, VII. 61.
Hefiod, III. 40. VI. 67, 69, 70.
racter, VI. 64.
Honey first discovered by Bacchus, VI. Julius Caesar, a chapel dedicated to i
him, I. 6. V. 56.
thought to be celebrated
under the name of Daphnis, V. 19,
larly hurtful, X. 76.
Juno Lucina the Moon, IV. 10.
ABRUSCA, V. 7.
Lachesis, one of the Parcae, IV.
in what manner, IX. 28
Laughing of children, IV. 60.
Lepidus intended to have set up him felf
Leucoium, II. 47.
Liberalia, or Dionyfia, different from
Libetbrian Nymphs, the Muses, VII. 21.
used in the chaplets of poets, IV. Ligustrum considered, II. 18.
Linus, IV. 56. VI. 67.
Lucifer, VIII. 17.
the Moon, IV.
Lucretius, supposed to be meant under
the name of Damoetas, II. 37.
Lupus in fabula, whence that proverb
his character, V. r. Lutum, luteum, or luteola, the name of
when the civil war be an herb, IV. 44.
Lycisca, a breed of dogs generated by
Lycoris, beloved by Gallus, X. 2.
Lycoris, fupposed to be the actress Cy. Mos, VII. 45.
Mothers smile on their new-born chil-
dren, IV. 60.
Munda, when the victory there was ob-
tained, V. 29.
be Mopsus, V. 1...
13 Murex confidered, IV. 43.
Meliboeus, VII. Musical instruments of the ancient fhep-
herds, I. 2.
facred to Venus, VII. 62.
ARDUS Celtica, thought to be
winę, V: 71.
Nereus, VI. 35.
Nuto considered, IV:50.
1, 86. IX. 1o.
Oaxes, Oaxia, Oaxis, or Oaxus,
a city and river of Crete, I. 66.
Ocnús, see Bianor.
half fifter to Augaftus, IV. 15.
married to Anthony, IV. 8,
Octavius, fee Augustus.
Ancients, Ill. 70.
Oria, fignifies ease, 1. 6.
· Pollio, his character, IHI. 84
when Consul, IV.11.
took Salonae, IV, 8.
Augustus and Anthony, IV. 13.
patron of the eighth Eclogue,
VIII. 6, 10, 11.
the Eclogue so called when writ-
Pomegranates, the golden apples of the
Ancients, III. 70.
Pompey Sextus, IV. 13, 35, 36,
Pontus, VIII. 95.
used for a crown by Hercules;
Praecipio considered, III. 98.
Praefifcine, a word used by the An-
Praefens, fignifies favourable, I. 42.
Praising one's felf, Plutarch's opinion
Protinus considered, I. 13.
Ptolemy the Mathematician, III.40.
Purpureus, fignifies any bright or beau-
tiful colour, V.38.
UADRUPES, generally used
not the golden apples of the
Ancients, III, 70..!
Quintilius Cremonienfis, VI. 6. ... Sheep of fine colours, pretended to be
thought to be Daphnis, V. an omen of successful power, IV.43.
Shepherds ancient, did not drive their
Rooks, but led them, H. 23.
peace, IV. 1,4.
Sibyls, ten in number, IV.4.
Sicily, famous for theep, II. 2F.
the distance of ic from Africa,
Sinum, a sort of jogg, VH. 33.
Siro, fee Sciro.
Sithonia, X. 66.
Smiling of children, IV. 60.
Ancients, II. 47
Soane, a river of France, I. 63.
Solftitium, fignifies only the fummer fol-
ftice, VII. 47
fourth Eclogue, IV. 8.
Spatium confidered, III. 104.
Spikenard, V. 17
Stags living to a great age, VII. 30.
lius Caefar, IX. 47
Stimicon, thought to be the father of
fancied to be Maecenas, ibid
Strawberry-tree, VII. 46.
coveted by goats, III.
Stringe considered, IX. 61.
Swans supposed to fing, VIII. 55. IX.
Syene, the well there, III. 104.