Epigram 11.107

URN
Created on
By
Updated on

Descriptions

Texts


αἰγείρου φύλλῳ πεφορημένῳ ἐξ ἀνέμοιο
πληγεὶς Χαιρήμων ὕπτιος ἐξετάθη.
κεῖται δ᾽ ἢ Τιτυῷ ἐναλίγκιος, ἢ πάλι κάμπῃ,
ἁπλώσας κατὰ γῆς σῶμα τὸ καννάβινον.

— Paton edition

Chaeremon fell flat on his back, struck by a poplar
leaf carried by the wind, and he lies on the ground
like Tityus or rather like a caterpillar, stretching on
the ground his skeleton body.

— Paton edition

Cities

Scholia

Comments

Alignments

Internal reference

Epigram 11.104

External references