Brockliss, William. 2019. Homeric Imagery and the Natural Environment. Hellenic Studies Series 82. Washington, DC: Center for Hellenic Studies. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_BrocklissW.Homeric_Imagery_and_the_Natural_Environment.2019.
Taller and broader to look at; and from his head
She sent down curly locks, like the flower of the hyacinth.
As when some man pours gold around silver,
A skilled man, whom Hephaestus and Pallas Athena taught
Every kind of craft—he achieves graceful works—
So she poured grace on his head and shoulders.