Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

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Author: Hesiod  | Date: c. 700 BC

Fragment #2-

Atilius Fortunatianus, p. 286, Keil:

`There came to Colophon an old man and divine singer, a servant of the Muses and of far-shooting Apollo. In his dear hands he held a sweet-toned lyre.’

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