Nelei fil. frater Nestoris et Chronii, Homer. 2. Od.
Cui a Neptuno avo concessum erat, ut in quas visum esset formas se posset transformare. Testatur hoc Euphorion, in his.
———— Περικλύμενον τ᾿ ἀγέρωχον
Ο῎λβιον, ᾧ πόρε δῶρα Ποσειδάων Ε᾿νοσίχθων
Παντȏι ἄλλοτε μὲν γὰρ εν ὀρνίθεςςι φάνεσκεν
Α᾿ιετὸς ἄλλοτε δ᾿ αὖτε πελέσκετο, θαῦμα ἰδέςθαι,
Μύρμηξ. ἄλλοτε δ᾿ αὖτε μελιςςῶν ἀγλα ὰ φῦλα.
Α῎λλοτε δεινὸς ὄφις, καὶ ἀμέιλιχος, ῏ειχε δὲ δῶρα
Παντοῖ οὐκ ὀναμαςτὰ, τά μιν καὶ ἔπειτα δόλωσεν
Βουλῇ Α῾θηναίνης. ———— ————
Quum igitur Hercules bellum contra Neleum gereret, ipse in muscam versus ab Hercule, consiliô Palladis, quae illum
prodebat, clava intersectus est, quum ille aculeum Herculi, ceu solent muscae graviores, immisisset. Ovid. l. 12. Met. v. 556. fabulatur, Pericly menum in Aquilam versum, ab Hercule, quem plurimum unguibus uncis infestabat, sagitta in sublimi consossum:
Mira Periclymeni mors est: cui posse figuras
Sumere quas vellet, rursusque reponere sumptas,
Neptunus dederat, Nelei sanguinis auctor,
Vertitur in faciem volucris: quae fulmina curvis
Ferre solet pedibus, Divum gratissima Regi. Viribus usus avis, pennis, rostrôque reduncô
Hamatisque viri laniaverat unguibus ora.
Vertit in hunc nimium certos Tirynthius arcus.
Hunc inter Argonautas recensent Apollonius, et Val. Falccus. Quorum hic l. 1.
Σὺν δὲ Περικλύμενος Νηλήϊος ᾦρτο νέεςθαι,
Πρεσβύτατος παιδῶν, ὅςςοι Πύλῳ ἐξεγένοντο
Νηλῆος θέιοιο. Ποσειδάων δὲ οἱ ἀλκὴν
Δῶκεν ἀπειρεςθίην, ἠδ᾿ ὅττε κεν ἀρήσαιτο
Μαρνάμενος, τὸ πέλεςθαι ενὶ ξυνοχῇ πολέμοιο.
Nic. Lloydius.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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