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Callimachus

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ἣν μο<ύ>νη ῥύετο παῖς ἀμαλή

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ὅσον βλωμοῦ πίονος ἠράσατο

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καὶ γλαρίδες σταφύλη τε καθιεμένη τε μολυβδίς

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ξεῖνος Ἐχιδναῖον νέρθεν ἄγων δάκετον

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τῶν ἔτι σοὶ δεκάφυια φάτο ζωάγρια τείσειν

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ἀλλὰ θεῆς ἥτις με διάκτορον ἔλλαχε Παλλάς

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εἰ δέ ποτε προφέροιντο διάσματα, φάρεος ἀρχήν

προφοροῖντο coni. Schneider.

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Fragments of Uncertain Location

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. . . whoma the tender maiden alone was protecting.

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. . . as much as hea desired a rich morsel of bread.

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. . . and the chisels and the plummet of a level and the sinking plumb of a mason’s line.

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. . . the foreigner.a bringing the monstrous son of Echidna from below.

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He said he would still pay you tenfold ransom for them.

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. . . but of the goddess, her, Pallas, who received mea by lot as her messenger.

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. . . if ever they were to set the warp in the loom, the beginning of a cloth.

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.callimachus-fragments_uncertain_location.1973