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book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not
illustrated. 1862 edition. Excerpt: ...such an etymology is
unexceptionable; that such an adjective as K&pvuos or Kapvftoi
would be regularly derivable from Kapvos; and that, if we accept
the tradition which accompauied the etymology, we have in both a
natural and consistent explanation of the name both of the Carnean
Apollo and of the Carnean solemnity. Now, though objections might
certainly be made to some of the particulars in the preceding
accounts, which, at this distance of time, and in the absence of
all further information relating to the same subject, it would not
be easy to answer; yet on the whole, it may be fairly maintained
that nothing is discoverable in them which may not have been
founded in fact. They are consistent with all that is known at
present of the history of the return. It is agreed that the last,
and only successful, attempt of this kind, was made in the third
generation from Hercules; and Hippotes, to whom the death of Camus
was attributed, stood third in descent from Hercules. It is agreed
also that, for this act, he in particular was banished by the rest
of the Heraclidae--and that circumstance of his personal history
was attested by the name of his son, who afterwards reigned at
Corinth; born during his exile, while he was still a wanderer, and
therefore called 'aatjtjjs, or the wanderer. It is agreed too that
this last invasion of the Peloponnese by the Heraclidae was made by
sea, across the gulf of Corinth, from the opposite coast of
iEtolia; and that the ships which were wanted for this purpose were
built at Naupactus, so called from that circumstance itself: and
this Camus, the subject of the violence of Hippotes, was an
Acarnanian also, and came by his death, through this act of
Hippotes, while the Heraclidae and he were still on the...
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