Αρτίωσ μ᾽ ἀ χρυσοπέδιλλοσ Ἀύωσ. [transcription]
Just now the golden-sandalled Dawn [has called].
There could hardly be a more beautiful epithet than "golden-sandalled" to apply to the Dawn. It is fully equal in this respect to "rosy-fingered," and in Greek both words are beautiful in sound.
This is quoted by Ammonius of Alexandria about A.D. 400 to show Sappho's use of Ἀρτίωσ [transcription] .