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Ode 9 For Automedes of Phlius Pentathlon at Nemea Date unknown Graces with golden distaffs, give fame, which moves the minds of men; for the divinely inspired prophet of the violet-eyed Muses is ready to sing the praises of Phlius and the flourishing plain of Nemean Zeus, where white-armed Hera r
who then sent Adrastus son of Talaus to Thebes to Polyneices The mortal men who crown their golden hair with the triennial garland from those glorious games in Nemea are illustrious; and now a god has given it to the victorious Automedes,
for he stood out among the pentathletes as the shining moon in the mid-month night s rious mother of unbending passions for mortals hymn
even for one who is dead everlasting time, would always declare to later generations your victory at Nemea. A fine deed which attains genuine songs of praise is stored up on high with the gods. With the true remembrance of men, the finest adornment of the [deep-waisted