Ode 14b
For Aristoteles of Larisa

Golden-throned Hestia, you who increase the great prosperity of the rich Agathocleadae, seated in the midst of city streets [5] near the fragrant river Peneius in the valleys of sheep-nurturing Thessaly. From there Aristoteles came to flourishing Cirrha, and was twice crowned, [10] for the glory of horse-mastering Larisa ... 1

1 The rest of the ode is lost.

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