Corinna

Suidas Lexicon Corinna Daughter of Achelo-odorus and Hippocrateia, of Thebes or of Tanagra pupil of Myrtis nicknamed Myia ' Fly' a lyric poetess. It is said that she was victorious five times over Pindar. She wrote five Books, and Inscriptions, and Lyric Nomes. Plutarch Glory of Athens When Pindar was as yet young, and prided himself overmuch on his command of language, Corinna censured his ill-taste because, though myths are the proper work of a poet, and forms of words, turns of phrase,...

Sco Li A Introduction

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Eumelus The Elean Hymn

While the true Epic of the Cycles, as opposed to the quasi-Epic of the Hesiodic school, continues to flourish in Ionia, there arises in Dorian Corinth an interesting figure, who on the strength of his Processional to Delos, written before the Spartan conquest of Messenia, appears in the text-books as the first Lyric poet. But it should be remembered that Eumelus was also reputed an Epic poet of the Trojan Cycle and a writer of history in Epic verse. The last sounds like a...

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Oldwives Tales Book II

32 The Contest between Helicon and Cithaeron Tzetzes Introduction to Uesiod Helicon and Cithaeron were named from the brothers who fought against one another, as we are told by Lysimachus of Cyrene in the first Book of his treatise On the Poets. 1 if this belongs here it is strange A. should not have found an instance earlier in the book possibly the above title is not C.'s Sch. Ocl. 3. 267 ovtco Ar)fxT)Tpios o ah7)pevs' Mev haos a j.a t< j> 'OSvtrtre i dwv els Ae (povs rbv dehv elperoirepX...

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On Cleomenes Lamynthius Gnesippus

Athenaeus Doctors at Dinner Since you have evaded the question put to you whether the Calydonian Boar is anywhere stated to have been white, I will tell you where, and you must investigate the proof. I happen to have read not long ago the Dithyrambs of Cleomenes of Rhegium, in one of which, entitled Meleager, the fact is stated. The Same on writers of low songs The author of the play called The Beggars, attributed to Chionides, speaks of a certain sportive writer of merry music called Gnesippus...

The Cycles Hesiod

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