Epigram 6.111

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Codex Palatinus 23 p. 162


Tὰν ἔλαφον, Λάδωνα καὶ ἀμφ᾽ Ἐρυμάνθιον ὕδωρ νῶτά τε θηρονόμου φερβομέναν Φολόας, παῖς ὁ Θεαρίδεω Λασιώνιος εἷλε Λυκόρμας πλήξας ῥομβητῷ δούρατος οὐριάχῳ: δέρμα δὲ καὶ δικέραιον ἀπὸ στόρθυγγα μετώπων σπασσάμενος, κούρᾳ θῆκε παρ᾽ ἀγρότιδι.

— Paton edition

Lycormas, the son of Thearidas of Lasion, slew
with the butt end of his whirled spear the hind
that used to feed about the Ladon and the waters of Erymanthus and the heights of Pholoe, home of wild beasts. Its skin and two spiked horns he flenched, and hung up by the shrine of Artemis the Huntress.

— Paton edition



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