Epigram 9.628

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Descriptions

#1

On the Public Bath at Alexandria called the Horse

#2

606-640 are all Inscriptions on Baths

Texts

ἵππον ἐϋρρείτην χρονίᾐ μάστιγι δαμέντα
χρυσείῳ πολύολβος ἄναξ ἤγειρε χαλινῷ.

— Paton edition

Our blessed sovereign aroused with a golden bit
the fair-flowing Horse which long scourging had
laid low.¹

— Paton edition

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Keywords

Scholia

Comment

#1

Paton Edition: The meaning is that the Emperor spent money on restoring the bath.

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