Epigram 6.129

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Codex Palatinus 23 p. 165

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ὀκτώ τοι θυρεούς, ὀκτὼ κράνη, ὀκτὼ ὑφαντοὺς
θώρηκας, τόσσας θ᾽ αἱμαλέας κοπίδας,
ταῦτ᾽ ἀπὸ Λευκανῶν Κορυφασίᾳ ἔντε᾽ Ἀθάνᾳ
Ἅγνων Εὐάνθευς θῆχ᾽ ὁ βιαιομάχας.

— Paton edition

Eight shields, eight helmets, eight woven coats of mail and as many blood-stained axes, these are the arms, spoil of the Lucanians, that Hagnon, son of Euanthes, the doughty fighter, dedicated to Coryphasian Athene.

— Paton edition

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