Epigram 11.392

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μύρμηκος πτερόεντος ὑπὲρ νώτοιο καθεσθεὶς
Ἄδραστος ῥήτωρ τοῖον ἔλεξεν ἔπος:

Ἵπτασο: τὸν σὸν ἔχεις, ὦ Πήγασε, Βελλεροφόντην,
φέρτατον ἡρώων, ἡμιθανῆ σκελετόν.

— Paton edition

Adrastus the rhetor, seating himself on the back
of a winged ant, spoke as follows : “ Fly, O Pegasus,
thou hast thy Bellerophon." Yes indeed the most
doughty of heroes, a half-dead skeleton.

— Paton edition

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[2022-01-12 16:35] Epigram 11.392: Addition of Text (Adrastus the rhetor, seating himself …) by “maximeguénette

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