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Author(s): Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina)
[German version] (Βοΐσκος; Boḯskos) from Cyzicus. Mar. Vict. 2,4,30 (VI 82 Keil) and Rufin. 1,28 (VI 564 Keil) have transmitted an unusually catalectic iambic octometer of his (= SH 233); B., who calls himself καινοῦ γραφεὺς ποιήματος (‘writer of new poetry’), declares his pride in developing this verse. B. can perhaps be identified with the eponymous ποιητὴς καινῆς κωμῳδίας (‘writer of New Comedy’) who won a victory at Thespiae around 100 BC (IG VII 1761); cf. [1;2]. Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina) Bibliography 1 Kroll, s.v. B. (5), RE Suppl. 3, 211 2 U. v. Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, G…


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Author(s): D.RO. | Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina)
(Τίμων/ Tímōn). [German version] [1] T. of Athens Epitome of the misanthropist. Son of a certain Echecratidas, from the demos of Collytus, 5th cent. BC. T., whose historicity is uncertain, withdrew from society, probably after suffering disappointments, and died because he did not want to see a doctor. His tomb, which lay on a shore ledge, is said to have been washed off by the sea (Phrynichus, Monótropos, fr. 18 CAF; Aristoph. Av. 1549; Aristoph. Lys. 805-815; Neanthes FGrH 84 F 35; among others: [1]). Legendary interpretations of his figure and confusion with…


(69 words)

Author(s): Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina)
[German version] (Ἀγαμήστωρ; Agamḗstōr). Writer of elegies from Pharsalus, probably Hellenistic, composed a Θέτιδος ἐπιθαλάμιος, of which Tzetzes (ad Lycophr. 178, II S. 89 Scheer; ad Iliadem S. 811, 31 ff. Bachm.) has transmitted four verses (= SH 14) with an etymological interpretation of the name Ἀχιλεύς ( Achileús= ἀ+ χεῖλος) ; see [1]. Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina) Bibliography 1 K.-H. Tomberg, Die Kaine Historia des Ptolemaios Chennos, 1968, 97, 127 f.


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Author(s): AL.M. | Günther, Linda-Marie (Munich) | Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina)
(Ξενοφάνης/ Xenophánēs). [German version] [1] X. of Colophon Greek poet, philosopher of nature, 6th/5th cent. BC Greek poet, social and religious critic, natural philosopher (6th/5th cents. BC). AL.M. [German version] I. Life and transmission X. must have lived between 570 and 467 BC (these dates reflect adjustments for contradictions in the ancient biographical tradition). According to an autobiographical comment, he lived to be over 90 years old (21 B 8 DK). Ancient doxography connected him to Elea (Velia) and Parmenides. The …


(380 words)

Author(s): Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina)
[German version] (Ἑρμησιάναξ; Hermēsiánax). Elegiac poet from Colophon, friend and pupil of  Philitas (schol. Nic. Ther. 3 = fr. 12 Powell). He published an elegiac poem in three books, with the name of the woman he loved, Leontion, as title. In it, he recounted the experiences of famous people in love, drawing on myth and history. From the third volume 98 verses are preserved by Ath. 13,597b (= fr. 7 Powell), showing how love conquered both poets (Orpheus, Musaeus, Hesiod, Homer, Mimnermus, Antima…


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Author(s): Di Marco, Massimo (Fondi Latina)
[German version] (Ἀξιόπιστος; Axiópistos) from Locris or Sicyon. He probably lived in the 4th cent. BC and is the author of two books, Κανών ( Kanṓn) and Γνῶμαι ( Gnômai), which were published under Epicharmus' name (Ath. 14,648d = Philoch. FGrH 328 F 79; Apollod. FRrH 244 F 226). Whether or not  Epicharmus had himself made a collection of aphorisms ( gnômai) from his dramas -- the fame he had achieved as γνωμικός, gnōmikós (Anon. ap. CGF I p. 7,18 Kaibel) certainly encouraged the tendency towards forgeries at a very early stage. It is in any case very difficult to …
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