Ἕροσ δαὖτ᾽ ὲτίναξεν ἔμοι φρένασ,
ἄνεμοσ κατ ὄροσ δρύσιν ἐμπέσων. [transcription]
Now Eros shakes my soul, a wind on the mountain overwhelming the oaks.
Now like a mountain wind the oaks o'erwhelming,
Eros shakes my soul.
Quoted by Maximus Tyrius about 150 B.C. He speaks of Socrates exciting Phaedus to madness, when he speaks of love.