See introduction to d2_MaiT_029. Pythagoras (c.580BC-500BC) was a Greek philosopher and one of the founding fathers of mathematics. Metre: elegiac couplets.
In Pythagorem (n.d.)
εφα fuit Ausonii vox trita Solonis;
hoc de Pythagora dicimus, ουδεν εφα.
Pythagoras himself said that the sayings of any Latin Solon a were banal; I will say this about Pythagoras: he said nothing!
a: I.e, a Latin-speaking, Italian philosopher. For this use of Solon, one of the original seven wise men of antiquity, as a philosophical archetype see: Persius, Satires III.79.