|Close by, on the right, as you enter
the library of Berytus, we buried the learned Lysias,
the grammarian. The site is most fitting.
We laid him near the things that he remembers,
perhaps, even here —commentaries, texts, and technologies,
scripts, and many disquisitions on Greek idioms.
Here too his tomb will be seen and honoured
by us, when we pass on our way to the books.