I never cease to be astonished at the quantity of ancient Greek literature that does not exist in English. A few days ago I was looking into the testimonia for the tomb of Alexander. Andrew Chugg has the following on his site:
“Ptolemy Philopator built [in 215 BC] in the middle of the city of Alexandria a memorial building, which is now called the Sema, and he laid there all his forefathers together with his mother, and also Alexander the Macedonian.”
Zenobius, 2nd century AD (Zenobius Proverbia III.94)
A scanty Wikipedia article tells me that Zenobius was a 2nd century collector of proverbs. Yet I can find no trace of a translation.