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ARTEMIS, who wieldest the bow and the arrows of might, by thy fragrant temple hath Arsinoë, the maiden daughter of Ptolemy, left this lock of her own hair, cutting it from her lovely tresses.
The Graces are four, for beside those three standeth a new-erected one, still dripping with scent, blessed Berenice, envied by all, and without whom even the Graces are not Graces.
Bronx Floors: Threshold (Boston Post Road, Bronx), 1973. Photograph by Sheldan C. Collins. © Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark.