Epigram 6.201

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Codex Palatinus 23 p. 176

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σάνδαλα καὶ μίτρην περικαλλέα, τόν τε μυρόπνουν
βόστρυχον ὡραίων οὖλον ἀπὸ πλοκάμων,
καὶ ζώνην, καὶ λεπτὸν ὑπένδυμα τοῦτο Χιτῶνος,
καὶ τὰ περὶ στέρνοις ἀγλαὰ μαστόδετα,

ἔμβρυον εὐώδινος ἐπεὶ φύγε νηδύος ὄγκον,
Εὐφράντη νηῷ θῆκεν ὕπ᾽ Ἀρτέμιδος.

— Paton edition

Euphrante, when she was happily delivered of the burden of her womb, dedicated in the temple of Artemis her sandals and beautiful head-band, and this scented curl cut from her lovely locks, her zone, too, and this fine under-vest, and the bright band that encompassed her bosom.

— Paton edition

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