Comm. on Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics. v. 8
The verse, however [the slaying of Rhadamanthy], is in Hesiod in the Great Works and is as follows:
"If a man sow evil, he shall reap evil increase; if men do to him as he has done, it will be true justice."
Proclus on Hesiod, Works and Days, 126
Some believe that the Silver Race [is to be attributed to] the earth, declaring that in the Great Works Hesiod makes silver to be of the family of Gaia [Earth].