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Callimachus

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ἔστιν μοι Μάγνης ἐννεάμυκλος ὄνος

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μέσσαβα βοῦς ὑποδύς

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τὴν μὲν ὅ γ᾿ ἐσπέρμηνεν Ἐρινύι Τιλφωσαίῃ

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καὶ τριτάτη Περσῆος ἐπώνυμος, ἧς ὀρόδαμνον Αἰγύπτῳ κατέπηξεν

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ἐν δὲ θεοῖσιν ἐπὶ φλογὶ καιέμεν ὄμπας

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ὃς < > Ἰταλὴν ἐφράσαθ᾿ ἁρμονίην

lacunam indic. Pf. ὅς τ᾿ Böckh: ὡς Diehl.

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Fragments of Uncertain Location

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I have a strong (?) ass from Magnesia.a

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. . . the ox having shouldered the yoke.

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. . . he begat her by the Tilphosian Erinys.a

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. . . and a third called after Perseus,a from which he planted a cutting in Egypt.

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. . . and to burn on the flame cakes made of meal and honey for the gods.

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. . . who . . . invented the Italian scale.a

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.callimachus-fragments_uncertain_location.1973