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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

The Iambic and Trochaic than in the Melic. The use of Anapaestic rhythms for marching suggests that there were two and not three steps to the Anapaest and the Prosodiac for instance --------), clearly involved an unsung step or musical rest of a whole foot between each pair of lines. Yet that the foot once corresponded with the syllable and not with two or more syllables, is made probable both by the word itself and by the ultimate identity of poetry and dance, considered with the particularly...