... Πὸδασ δέ
ποίκιλοσ μάσλησ ἐκάλυπτε, Λύδιον κάλον ἔργον. [transcription]
A broidered strap of beautiful Lydian work covered her feet.
Her shining ankles clad in fairest fashion
In broidered leather from the realm of Lydia,
So came the Goddess.
This fragment is very likely from an invocation to Aphrodite. It is from the Scholiast on Aristophanes' "Peace," 1174; Pollux about A.D. 180 also mentions it.