... ... is an epithet proper to poets for their first finding out of arts and documents tending to elocution and government, inspired only by Jove, and are here called the first of men, since first they gave rules to manly life, and have their information immediately from Jove (as Plato in Ione witnesseth); the word deduced from ..., which is taken for him qui primas teneat aliquâ in re, and will ... then be sufficiently expressed with ingeniosis, than which no exposition goes further.--CHAPMAN.