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(87 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] Author of an artistically refined epigram on a fisher that is rich in effective antitheses: his boat helped him to survive yesterday but today it serves as his funeral pyre (Anth. Pal. 7,381, cf. Antiphilus, Anth. Pal. 7,635). It is part of the ‘Garland’ of Philippus. All that is known of its poet is that he was a ‘Messenian’ (Μεσσήνιος; Messḗnios) but it is unclear in the lemma whether he was from Messenia or Messina. Degani, Enzo (Bologna) Bibliography GA II,1, 254f.; 2, 288.


(105 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] (Δαμοχάρις; Damocháris). Epigrammatic poet of the Justinianic period, grammatikós, friend and student of Agathias (according to the lemma of Anth. Pal. 7,206, a tomb epigram on the partridge loved by the master, cf. Agathias 7,204f.). Born on Cos, as can be seen from the epitaph of Paulus Silentiarius (7,588), he was proconsul and governor of Asia and was especially venerated both in Smyrna (cf. the anonymous poem 16,43) and in Ephesus (cf. SEG 18,474). Four epigrams of average standard from the ‘Cycle’ of Agathias are extant. Degani, Enzo (Bologna) Bibliography Av. un…

Eutolmius Illustrius

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Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] (Εὐτόλμιος Ἰλλούστριος; Eutólmios Illoústrios). Epigrammatic poet, honoured with the titles vir illustris and scholastikós. Five of his poems are extant, probably originating from Palladas' Syllogḗ: the epigrammatic epitaphs Anth. Pal. 7,608 and 611 (elegant imitations of Bianor 7,644 and Parmenion 7,184), the anathematic epigram 6,86 (whose lapidary brevity was seemingly parodied by Palladas), and the epideictic epigram 9,587, a single distich, describing a θερμοχύτης; thermochýtēs (‘a vessel, out of which warm beverages were poured’). Degani, Enzo (Bo…

Bassus Lollius

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Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] Epigram poet in the early 1st cent. AD (cf. Anth. Pal. 7,391 on the death of Germanicus in AD 19), born perhaps in Smyrna (according to the lemma of Anth. Pal. 11,72; the poem's authorship is, however, not certain). At least nine poems by B. are extant from the ‘Garland’ of Philippus (with the addition of several incerta, cf. Anth. Pal. 9,30 as well), all of which rather mediocre, most of them either epideictic (9,236 is a panegyrical poem about imperial Rome, ‘the home of the entire universe’) or funeral epigrams (7,372 = GVI 1580 is possibly an actual inscription). Degani, Enz…

Arabius Scholasticus

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Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] Epigrammatic poet from the time of Justinian (Anth. Plan. 39 and 314 celebrate the merits of Flavius Longinus, ὕπαρχος in Byzantium in the years 537-539 and 542), writer of seven mannered poems, which probably derive from the ‘Cycle’ of Agathias and which are to a great extent virtuoso descriptions of works of art (the locus amoenus Anth. Pal. 9,667 may relate to the park near Justinian's Ἡραῖον, cf. Paulus Silentiarius, Anth. Pal 9,663 f. and Agathias, Anth. Pal. 9,665). Degani, Enzo (Bologna) Bibliography Av. und A. Cameron, The Cycle of Agathias, in: JHS 86, 1…


(81 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] Epigrammatic poet from Rhodes, from whom two colourless epitymbia (Anth. Pal. 7,189; 473) have come down to us, which in all probability derive from the ‘Garland’ of Meleager. In connection with  Anyte (in this way the improbable Ἀνύτης of Planudes is explained), the first poem refers to a cricket. There is no proof that this unknown poet is the A. who is mentioned in the anonymous arithmetical epigram 14,2,6. Degani, Enzo (Bologna) Bibliography GA I 1,42; 2, 107-109.

Aceratus Grammaticus

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Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] Author of an epitymbion to Hector, who was for Troy ‘a stronger bulwark than the wall erected by the gods’ and at whose death ‘Meonides’ himself felt he had to close the Iliad (Anth. Pal. 7,138). There is no writer or grammarian known by this name but the theme and style of the epigram are suggestive of the ‘Garland’ of Philippus: the obscure epithet ‘Meonides’ was favoured by writers of epigrams in the 1st cent. and it can be no coincidence that the extremely rare adjective θειόδομος -- to describe the Trojan wall -- is elsewhere to be found only in Alpheius, Anth. Pal. 9,104,4. Deg…

Cornelius Longinos

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Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] (or C. Longus). Author of two mediocre epigrams: the dedication, written after a Leonidian model (Anth. Pal. 6.300), of a few modest gifts by a farmer to Aphrodite (6.191) and the description of a painting (Anth. Plan. 117). Nothing is known about the poet, who may have been a contemporary of Gaetulicus (1st half of 1st cent. AD). Degani, Enzo (Bologna) Bibliography FGE 67-70.


(534 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna) | Andreau, Jean (Paris)
[German version] [1] Marcus Epigrammatic poet Writer of epigrams, probably identical with the rhetor of the same name who, in the Augustan era, was a pupil of Cestius Pius, and who is described by Seneca maior as a man of eloquence and caustic humour (contr. 2,6,11; suas. 7,7,12 etc.). Generally, his 37 mainly erotic-sympotic epigrams from the ‘Garland’ of Philippus are successful and elegant variations of conventional themes (notably Anth. Pal. 10,4 on the return of spring, cf. Leonidas, Anth. Pal. 1…


(2,215 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna) | Schwindt, Jürgen Paul (Bielefeld)
[German version] A. Definition This antonomasia generally designates the great collection preserved from antiquity of Greek epigrams, i.e., the Anthologia Palatina (so named after the Bibliotheca Palatina in Heidelberg, where at the end of the 16th cent. the only MS, the Palatinus 23, was discovered) and also the Anthologia Planudea, which supplements it, which was compiled in 1301 by the monk Maximus Planudes (codex Marcianus graecus 481). Degani, Enzo (Bologna) [German version] B. Anthologia Palatina A collection of c. 3,700 epigrams with nearly 23,000 verses: in this t…


(192 words)

Author(s): Bloch, René (Berne) | Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[German version] [1] Son of Tiber and Manto, founder of Mantua Son of the Tiber and Manto, daughter of Teiresias or Hercules. B., also named Ocnus (Aucnus) (Verg. Aen. 10,198), is said to have founded the city of Mantua and named it after his mother. According to others (Serv. Aen.) B. founded Felsina, later to become Bononia (Bologna); Virgil (Ecl. 9,60) mentions B.'s grave. Bloch, René (Berne) Bibliography F. E. Brenk, War and the shepherd. The tomb of B. in Vergil's ninth Eclogue, in: AJPh 102, 1981, 427-430. [German version] [2] Writer of epigrams in the ‘Garland’ of Philippus Writer of …


(202 words)

Author(s): Graf, Fritz (Columbus, OH) | Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
(Αὐτομέδων; Automédōn). [German version] [1] Charioteer to Achilles and Patroclus Son of Diores of Scyrus (Hyg. Fab. 97). Charioteer to Achilles and Patroclus (Hom. Il. 9,209; frequent references in books 16 and 17 of the Il.). He is often depicted in this role in vase paintings. In Virgil (Aen. 2,476f.) he is Neoptolemus' charioteer. From the time of Varro (Men. 257), in Rome automedo is used to denote the reliable personal charioteer (e.g. Cic. Rosc. Am. 98; Juv. 1,61). Graf, Fritz (Columbus, OH) Bibliography A. Kossatz-Deissmann, s.v. A., LIMC 3.1, 56-63. [German version] [2] Greek …


(2,756 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna) | Lausberg, Marion (Augsburg)
I. Griechisch [English version] A. Anfänge Das E., das die griech. Lit. in ihrer gesamten Entwicklung begleitet (die ältesten Belege fallen mit den ersten Beispielen alphabetischer Schrift zusammen) bestand urspr. aus einer kurzen Versinschr. oder -aufschrift auf Vasen, Bechern, Weihegaben, Grabstelen, Hermen usw. Der Anlaß war immer real und konnte öffentlich oder privat sein. Das Metrum des E. war der ep. Hexameter, sporadisch in Verbindung mit einem daktylischen Pentameter, einem iambischen Trimete…


(1,896 words)

Author(s): Folkerts, Menso (München) | Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[1] aus Syrakus ca. 287-232 v. Chr. [English version] A. Leben A. wurde als Sohn des Astronomen Pheidias um 287 v. Chr. in Syrakus geboren. Er war mit König Hieron II. und seinem Sohn Gelon befreundet. A. lebte wahrscheinlich zeitweise in Alexandreia; den dort wirkenden Mathematikern (Konon, Dositheos, Eratosthenes) sandte er später seine Schriften zu. In Syrakus beschäftigte sich A. mit Fragen der theoretischen Mathematik und Physik, aber auch mit Anwendungen; die von ihm gebauten Maschinen und physikalis…


(2,026 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna) | Schwindt, Jürgen Paul (Bielefeld)
[English version] A. Definition Mit dieser Antonomasie wird gemeinhin die große, aus der Ant. überlieferte Sammlung griech. Epigramme bezeichnet, d. h. die Anthologia Palatina (so benannt nach der Bibliotheca Palatina zu Heidelberg, wo Ende des 16. Jh. die einzige Hs., der Palatinus 23, entdeckt wurde) und die sie ergänzende Anthologia Planudea, die 1301 von dem Mönch Maximus Planudes kompiliert wurde (codex Marcianus graecus 481). Degani, Enzo (Bologna) [English version] B. Anthologia Palatina Eine Sammlung von ca. 3700 Epigrammen mit fast 23 000 Versen: in ihr kom…


(840 words)

Author(s): Welwei, Karl-Wilhelm (Bochum) | Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
(Ἆγις). [English version] [1] I., Eponym der Agiadai A. I., Eponym der Agiadai, Sohn des Eurysthenes und Vater des Echestratos, nach anderer Version Vater des legendären Gesetzgebers Lykurgos (Hdt. 7,204; Paus. 3,2,1). Die Einrichtung der Perioikie und der Helotie durch ihn (Ephoros, FGrH 70 F 117) ist histor. Fiktion. Welwei, Karl-Wilhelm (Bochum) [English version] [2] II., spartanischer König (427-400 v. Chr.) A. II., Eurypontide, spartanischer König 427/26- 400 v. Chr., Sohn des Archidamos [1] II. und Stiefbruder des Agesilaos [2] II., führte 426 und …


(175 words)

Author(s): Bloch, René (Princeton) | Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
[English version] [1] Sohn des Tiber und der Manto, Gründer Mantuas Sohn des Tiber und der Manto, der Tochter des Teiresias oder des Herakles. B., auch Ocnus (Aucnus) genannt (Verg. Aen. 10,198), soll die nach seiner Mutter benannte Stadt Mantua gegründet haben. Nach anderen (Serv. Aen.) gründete B. Felsina, das spätere Bononia (Bologna); Vergil (ecl. 9,60) erwähnt das Grab von B. Bloch, René (Princeton) Bibliography F.E. Brenk, War and the shepherd. The tomb of B. in Vergil's ninth Eclogue, in: AJPh 102, 1981, 427-430. [English version] [2] Epigrammdichter Epigrammdichter des “Kra…


(181 words)

Author(s): Graf, Fritz (Princeton) | Degani, Enzo (Bologna)
(Αὐτομέδων). [English version] [1] Wagenlenker des Achilleus Sohn des Diores aus Skyros (Hyg. fab. 97). Wagenlenker des Achilleus und des Patroklos (Hom. Il. 9,209; häufig in Buch 16 und 17 der Il.). Er wird als solcher oft auf Vasenbildern dargestellt. Bei Vergil (Aen. 2,476f.) wird er Wagenlenker des Neoptolemos. Seit Varro (Men. 257) wird Automedo in Rom zur Bezeichnung des verläßlichen persönlichen Wagenlenkers (z.B. Cic. S. Rosc. 98; Iuv. 1,61). Graf, Fritz (Princeton) Bibliography A. Kossatz-Deissmann, s.v.A., LIMC 3.1, 56-63. [English version] [2] Epigrammdichter, evtl…


(529 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna) | Andreau, Jean (Paris)
[English version] [1] Marcus Epigrammatiker, 1. Jh. Epigrammdichter, höchstwahrscheinlich mit dem gleichnamigen Rhetor gleichzusetzen, der in augusteischer Zeit Schüler des Cestius Pius war und den Seneca maior als einen wortgewandten Mann mit bissigem Humor schildert (contr. 2,6,11; suas. 7,7,12 usw.). Seine 37 hauptsächlich erotisch-sympotischen Epigramme aus dem “Kranz” des Philippos sind im allg. ebenso gelungene wie elegante Variationen konventioneller Themen (bemerkenswert ist Anth. Pal. 10,4 übe…


(3,106 words)

Author(s): Degani, Enzo (Bologna) | Lausberg, Marion (Augsburg)
I. Greek [German version] A. Beginnings The epigram was a part of Greek literature throughout its entire history (the oldest documents coincide with the first examples of alphabetic script) and originally consisted of a short verse inscription or label on vases, cups, votive gifts, funeral steles, herms, etc. The occasion was always real and could be public or private in nature. The metre of the epigram was the epic hexameter, sporadically in combination with a dactylic pentameter, an iambic trimeter,…
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