Master Thynne would read Campaneus for Capaneus, and giveth reasons.
He even rebukes the son of Capaneus for answering Agamemnon haughtily.
Haste, dear son of Capaneus, descend from thy chariot, that thou mayest draw from my shoulder the bitter shaft.
He ended, and his sovereign's awful voice Tydides reverencing, nought replied; But thus the son of glorious Capaneus.
But where is he who utters such dreadful insults against this city, Capaneus?
On these terms this Capaneus of a poet engaged his two immortal predecessors, and his success was answerable to his enterprise.
Arise, sweet son of Capaneus, dismount, And from my shoulder draw this bitter shaft.
"Receive me, Capaneus; we will mingle our ashes," said the daughter of Iphis, and she leapt on the midst of the pile.
But Capaneus has by lot obtained his station against the Electran gate.
Those guilty as against God, the blasphemers, lie prone like Capaneus (line 46), and are subject to the fiercest pain.