Callimachus, Epigram 6
Toῦ Σαμίου πόνος εἰμὶ δόμωι ποτὲ θεῖον ἀοιδὸν
δεξαμένου, κλείω δ’ Εὔρυτον ὅσσ’ ἔπαθεν,
καὶ ξανθὴν Ἰόλειαν, Ὁμήρειον δὲ καλεῦμαι
γράμμα· Κρεωφύλωι, Ζεῦ φίλε, τοῦτο μέγα.
I am the work of the Samian man who once received the divine singer in his house, and I sing what Eurytus and blond Iole suffered; but I am called Homeric: this is great, dear Zeus, for Creophylus.