Euripides, Bacchae 560-64 = Orph. 947 Bernabé
M = reading of the whole MS tradition
m = reading of part of the MS tradition
P = reading on a papyrus
τάχα δ’ ἐν ταῖς ταῖς Triclinius: ταῖσι M πολυδένδροισιν πολυδένδροισιν Matthiae: -αισιν m, -εσιν m: -εσσιν Triclinius ’Ολύμπου
θαλάμαις θαλάμαις Barnes: -οις M, ἔνθα ποτ’ ’Ορφεὺς κιθαρίζων
σύναγεν σύναγεν Brunck: -γε M δένδρεα μούσαις,
σύναγεν θῆρας ἀγρώτας.
Perhaps he is in the deeply wooded lairs of Olympus, where once Orpheus, playing his lyre, gathered the trees by his singing, gathered the beasts of the wild.