by Alcman (flourished 7th century BCE)

Εὕδουσι δ' ὀρέων κορυφαί τε καὶ φάραγγες
Language: Greek (Ελληνικά) 
Available translation(s): GER
Εὕδουσι δ' ὀρέων κορυφαί τε καὶ φάραγγες
πρώονές τε καὶ χαράδραι
φῦλά τ' ἑρπέτ' ὅσα τρέφει μέλαινα γαῖα
θῆρές τ' ὀρεσκώιοι καὶ γένος μελισσᾶν
καὶ κνώδαλ' ἐν βένθεσσι πορφυρέας ἁλός·
εὕδουσι δ' οἰωνῶν φῦλα τανυπτερύγων.

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Note: Alcman used the Greek Dorian dialect of Sparta ("Laconian" dialect). This is often referred to as Alcman Fragment 89.

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