Epigram 6.11

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Codex Palatinus 23 p. 142

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θηρευτὴς δολιχὸν τόδε δίκτυον ἄνθετο Δᾶμις
Πίγρης δ᾽ ὀρνίθων λεπτόμιτον νεφέλην,
τριγλοφόρους δὲ χιτῶνας ὁ νυκτερέτης θέτο Κλείτωρ
τῷ Πανί, τρισσῶν ἐργάτιναι καμάτων.

ἵλαος εὐσεβέεσσιν ἀδελφειοῖς ἐπίνευσον
πτηνά, καὶ ἀγροτέρων κέρδεα καὶ νεπόδων.

— Paton edition

The three brothers, skilled in three crafts, dedicate to Pan, Damis the huntsman this long net, Pigres his light-meshed fowling net, and Clitor, the night- rower, his tunic for red mullet. Look kindly on the pious brethren, O Pan, and grant them gain from fowl, fish and venison.

— Paton edition

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