Epigram 11.243

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λούσασθαι πεπόρευται Ὀνήσιμος εἰς βαλανεῖον
δωδεκάτῃ δύστρου μηνός, ἐπ᾽ Ἀντιφίλου,
παῖδα λιπὼν οἴκοις ἐπιτίτθιον, ὃν δύο τέκνων
ἄλλων εὑρήσει λουσάμενος πατέρα.

ἥξειν δ᾽ εἰς ὥρας ἡμῖν γράφει: οἱ βαλανεῖς γὰρ
εἰς τότε τάσσονται τὴν πυρίαν καθελεῖν.

— Paton edition

Onesimus went to the bath to bathe on the twelfth of the month Dystrus in the year of Antiphilus, leaving at home a child at the breast, whom when he has finished bathing he will find to be the father of two other children... He writes us to say he will go again next year, for the bath-men promise to take off the heat then.

— Paton edition

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