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Five of the Canon: A grammarian and tragic poet of Byzantium, in the time of Ptolemy Philadelphus about B. Antiphron of Syracuse 3.
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Aphareus gained four prizes in tragedy, two at the Dionysia ce two at the Lenaea. Of Tarsus, a tragic poet, was, according to Strabo, the best of the poets in the “Tragic Pleiad” of the Alexandrian grammarians. Sosiphanes of Syracuse 9.
A tragic poet, the son of Astydamas the Elder. He became, but at what period of his life is not known, a citizen of Athens.
We have the titles of ten of these dramas, AiasAlkmaionHeleneThyestesLynkeusMausolosOidipousOrestesTydeusPhiloktetesto which three may be added with great probability, namely, BellerophontesTheseusand Memnon e Achilleus.
After the death of his father, his mother married the orator Apolocoro, who adopted Aphareus as his so, and is said to have written judicial and deliberative speeches. It seems from a passage of Plutarch, that Polyidus went beyond Timotheus in those intricate variations, for the introduction of which the musicians of this period are so frequently attacked.
Aristias of Phlius Alcimenes of Megara 2.
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According to his epitaph, quoted above, he entered the dramatic contests thirteen times, and gained eight victories. Four lines of his Pelopidai are quoted by Stobaeus. Nicomachus of Phrygia Aphareus of Athens 3. Theognis of Athens Dionysiades of Tarsus 4. Sositheus of Alexandria Of Corcyra, a distinguished tragic poet, and one of the seven who formed the Tragic Pleiad, was also a priest of Dionysus, and in that character he was present at the coronation procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus in B.
The only one of his poems which has come down to us is the Cassandra or Alexandra. He lived atenaas the time of the second Ptolemy. We may suppose that Theodectes died about B. The following titles are known: Meletus of Athens Lycophron of Chalcis 7. The number of his dramas is uniformly stated as fifty. The drama was in ridicule of Harpalus and the Athenians. The names of some of his tragedies are mentioned by Suidas. He was the son of Satyrus and Stratocleia, and a native of Pleuron in Aetolia, but spent the greater part of his life at Alexandria, where he was reckoned one of the seven tragic poets who constituted the tragic Pleiad.
By some of the above wtenas the name Sosibius is wrongly given instead of Sositheus. A dithyrambic poet of the most flourishing period of the later Athenian dithyramb, and also skilful as a painter, was contemporary with Philoxenus, Timotheus, and Telestes, about Ol. There is another Apollodorus of Tarsus, who aenas probably a grammarian, and wrote commentaries on the early dramatic writers of Greece. Astydamas the Younger 4. He died in Syria, and was buried at Apameia, or, according to others, at Antioch.
He is also mentioned among apolocoro poets of the Apopodoro in all the lists except that of Tzetzes. As a poet, Lycophron obtained a place in the Tragic Pleiad; but there is scarcely a fragment of his tragedies extant.
It may be assumed that he lived at Athens, and the fragments of his poetry which remain afford abundant proofs, that he was trained in the loose morality which marked Athenian society at that period, and that his taste was formed after the model of that debased and florid poetry which Euripides first introduced by his innovations on the drama of Aeschylus and Sophocles, and which was carried to its height by the dithyrambic poets of the age.
Euphorion wrote numerous works, both in poetry and prose, relating chiefly to mythological history. Among his epic poems, we possess the titles and some fragments of three pieces: There is much dispute whether the name should be written Philiscus or Philicus, but the former appears to be the true form, though he himself, for the sake of metre, used the latter.
Of Catana, a dramatic poet of the time of Alexander, whom he accompanied into Asia, and whose army he entertained with a satyric drama, when they were celebrating the Dionysia on the banks of the Hydaspes. He was one of the seven poets who formed the tragic Pleiad. He is placed among the poets of the Pleiad by a scholiast on Hephaestion, as well as by Suidas ; but, in the other three lists, the name of Aeantides appears instead of Sosiphanes.
These circumstances alone, if there were not many others, would shew that the orator and apolodoo poet were two different persons, and that the latter must have survived. He was instructed in philosophy by Lacydes, who nourished about B.
These works were no doubt on philosophical subjects. Critias of Athens Of Chalcis in Euboea, an eminent grammarian and poet, was the son of Polymnetus, and was born, according to Suidas in the th Olympiad, when Pyrrhus was defeated by the Romans, B. Patrocles of Thurii The poet was put to death by the tyrant, according to some accounts, for having used a sarcastic expression in regard to tyranny, or, according to others, for having imprudently censured the tyrant’s compositions.
Popular as his dramas were, on account of their adaptation to the taste of his contemporaries, it is probable, from the fragments which survive, that they would be condemned by a sound aesthetic criticism, as characterised by the lax morality and the sophistical rhetoric of the schools of Euripides and Isocrates.
A Grecian tragic and dithyrambic poet, of whom nothing is known except a few titles of his dramas.