1 Inscriptio, SEG 14. 565
Γλαύκου εἰμὶ μνῆμα τοῦ Λεπτίνεω· ἔθεσαν δέ με οἱ Βρέντεω παῖδες.
2Inscriptio (CEG 2. 674 Hansen)
Ἀρχίλοχος Πάριος Τελεσικλέος ἐνθάδε κεῖται, τ Δόκιμος μνημήιον ὁ Νεοκρέωντος τόδ᾿ ἔθηκεν.
I am the memorial of Glaucus, son of Leptines; the sons of Brentes made me.1
Archilochus of Paros, son of Telesicles, lies here; this memorial for him was set up by Dokimos, son of Neokreon.1
- 1The inscription, found in Thasos and dated to the late 7th century, was first published (with full discussion) by J. Pouilloux in BCH 79 (l955) 75–86. It was written boustrophedon in four lines (I have printed a transliterated text) and clearly refers to the Glaucus whom Archilochus mentions several times (see n. 1 on fr. 15).
- 1This inscription, found in Paros and dated to the middle of the 4th century, was first published by A. K. Orlandos in PAAH (1960) 255–56. It was written on a capital, a photograph of which can be seen in Archiloque, Entretiens sur l’antiquité classique 10 (Geneva 1964) facing p. 44.