Fragment #6 -- Strabo, x. p. 471: `But of them (sc. the daughters of Hecaterus) were born the divine mountain Nymphs and the tribe of worthless, helpless Satyrs, and the divine Curetes, sportive dancers.'
Fragment #7 -- Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg. i. 824: `Beseeching the offspring of glorious Cleodaeus.'
Fragment #8 -- Suidas, s.v.: `For the Olympian gave might to the sons of Aeacus, and wisdom to the sons of Amythaon, and wealth to the sons of Atreus.'
Fragment #9 -- Scholiast on Homer, Iliad, xiii. 155: `For through his lack of wood the timber of the ships rotted.'
Fragment #10 -- Etymologicum Magnum: `No longer do they walk with delicate feet.'
Fragment #11 -- Scholiast on Homer, Iliad, xxiv. 624: `First of all they roasted (pieces of meat), and drew them carefully off the spits.'
Fragment #12 -- Chrysippus, Fragg. ii. 254. 11: `For his spirit increased in his dear breast.'
Fragment #13 -- Chrysippus, Fragg. ii. 254. 15: `With such heart grieving anger in her breast.'