Epigram 6.183

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Codex Palatinus 23 p. 173

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σοὶ τάδε, Πάν, θηρευταὶ ἀνηρτήσαντο σύναιμοι
δίκτυα, τριχθαδίης δῶρα κυναγεσίης:
Πίγρης μὲν πτανῶν, Κλείτωρ ἁλός, ὃς δ᾽ ἀπὸ χέρσου,
Δᾶμις, τετραπόδων ἀγκύλος ἰχνελάτης.

ἀλλὰ σὺ κἠν δρυμοῖσι, καὶ εἰν ἁλί, καὶ διὰ μέσσης
ἠέρος εὔαγρον τοῖσδε δίδου κάματον.

— Paton edition

The hunter brothers suspended these nets to thee, Pan, gifts from three sorts of chase; Pigres from fowls, Cleitor from the sea, and Damis, the crafty tracker, from the land. But do thou reward their toil with success in wood, sea, and air.

— Paton edition

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