The overall narrative can be broken into three major parts and one introductory vignette, as outlined below. Challenging!
Vignette: The sons of Boreas save Phineus the Seer
-- Zetes and Calais rescue Phineus from the Harpies
(Note: Phineus was married to their sister, Cleopatra.)
I. Medea - Sorcery
-- Jason and Medea - dramatic monologue, plighted troth, Medea as auctor of Jason's feat.
-- Rejuvenation of Aeson - making the old young
-- Medea and Pelias - children kill their father
-- Medea, Aegeus and Theseus - father recognizes son - rejuvenation of Athens
-- Plague, Dream, and Rejuvenation of the kingdom
III. Cephalus and Procris - Gifts of the Gods
-- Gifts of Diana: Laelaps the magical dog and the Teumessian vixen.
-- Love, Mistrust, L'Aura, and an Enchanted Javelin
(Procris was a daughter of Erechtheus and sister to Orithyia, who was ravished by Boreas)
|Eos carries off Cephalus|