Valerius Maximus 9.12.(ext.)8.1-4
m = reading of part of the MS tradition
P = reading on a papyrus
Sicut Anacreonti quoque, quem usitatum usitatum edd. : uis tantum m : bis statum m humanae uitae modum supergressum passae uuae suco tenues et exiles uirium reliquias fouentem unius grani pertinacior in aridis faucibus mora mora m : umor m : tumor Gelbcke absumpsit absumpsit m : adsumpsit m.
The same also happened to Anacreon, who, having exceeded the ordinary span of human life, was killed by a single pip sticking in his dry throat as he indulged the thin and meagre remains of his strength with the juice of dried grapes.