My Sirens, My Words: Two Poems by Erinna — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE


Some accounts make Erinna a contemporary of Sappho Greek Anthology 7.710 “Columns, and my Sirens, and you, sorrowful urn Who holds Hades’ small portion of ash— Say “hello” to those who walk by my grave, Whether they happen to be citizens or from another town. Tell them this too so they may know it: this […]

via My Sirens, My Words: Two Poems by Erinna — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

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