Epigram 6.36

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Codex Palatinus 23 p. 147

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δράγματά σοι χώρου μικραύλακος, ὦ φιλόπυρε
Δηοῖ, Σωσικλέης θῆκεν ἀρουροπόνος,
εὔσταχυν ἀμήσας τὸν νῦν σπόρον: ἀλλὰ καὶ αὖτις ,
ἐκ καλαμητομίης ἀμβλὺ φέροι δρέπανον.

— Paton edition

These trusses from the furrows of his little field did Sosicles the husbandman dedicate to thee, Demeter, who lovest the corn ; for this is a rich harvest of grain he hath gathered. But another time, too, may he bring back his sickle blunted by reaping.

— Paton edition

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