Epigram 6.334

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Codex Palatinus 23 p. 203

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αὔλια καὶ Νυμφέων ἱερὸς πάγος, αἳ θ᾽ ὑπὸ πέτρῃ
πίδακες, ἥ θ᾽ ὕδασιν γειτονέουσα πίτυς,
καὶ σὺ τετραγλώχιν, μηλοσσόε, Μαιάδος Ἑρμᾶ,
ὅς τε τὸν αἰγιβότην, Πάν, κατέχεις σκόπελον,

ἵλαοι τὰ ψαιστὰ τό τε σκύφος ἔμπλεον οἴνης
δέξασθ᾽, Αἰακίδεω δῶρα Νεοπτολέμου.

— Paton edition

Caves and holy hill of the Nymphs, and springs at
the rock’s foot, and thou pine that standest by the water; thou square Hermes, son of Maia, guardian of the sheep, and thou, Pan, lord of the peak where the goats pasture, graciously receive these cakes and the cup full of wine, the gifts of Neoptolemus of the race of Aeacus.

— Paton edition

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