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I'J",,' (Theocr. 82-8) Modern critics have concluded from a combination of this passage, Theocr. aAOLaLV, 8VU€pWTa "ai. aciCPVL' ... dT€ a'YPoLKo, "ai ahmAo, "ai €PWV "ai V€O, ... Tilv Av"aivLOv i"fT€v€v i5n TaXLaTa 8t8a~aL Tilv T€XVTW, 8t' 11, 0 {30VA€TaL 8pciu€L XAfrr1V, that goatherds were traditionally unlucky or inexperienced in love,2s but it is noteworthy that at least one scholiast interpreted Theocr. €V €A€'Y€V' {30V"OAO, WV, cpT/uiv, ou "aTei {30V"OAOV, €pcu,. i~LV €'Y"paT€i" ToiJvavnov 8€ Aa'YvoTaTOL oi al7rOAoL.

4-7 Philetas presents a lengthy description of this god (cf. below p. 77-8). One day in his garden Philetas saw Eros playing amidst the flowers, a traditional place to find this god (cf. PI. Symp. 196a-b), and when the old man tried to catch him the little god easily slipped away. This 31 THE CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS passage is replete with material familiar from archaic and Hellenistic erotic poetry, and Eros here is the mischievous child with whom we are all only too well acquainted. e. he claims to be the cosmogonic Eros of Hesiod (Theog.

I'J",,' (Theocr. 82-8) Modern critics have concluded from a combination of this passage, Theocr. aAOLaLV, 8VU€pWTa "ai. aciCPVL' ... dT€ a'YPoLKo, "ai ahmAo, "ai €PWV "ai V€O, ... Tilv Av"aivLOv i"fT€v€v i5n TaXLaTa 8t8a~aL Tilv T€XVTW, 8t' 11, 0 {30VA€TaL 8pciu€L XAfrr1V, that goatherds were traditionally unlucky or inexperienced in love,2s but it is noteworthy that at least one scholiast interpreted Theocr. €V €A€'Y€V' {30V"OAO, WV, cpT/uiv, ou "aTei {30V"OAOV, €pcu,. i~LV €'Y"paT€i" ToiJvavnov 8€ Aa'YvoTaTOL oi al7rOAoL.

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