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A remarkable testimony to his popularity throughout Greece is still extant in the form of a decree of the Cnossians, commending Menecles of Teos for having played on the harp at Cnossus “after the manner of Timotheus and Polyidus and the ancient Cretan poets, as becomes an accomplished man.
Some writers have supposed that Euphorion was also a dramatic poet. We still know the titles of five of Antiphon’s tragedies: According to Plutarch, Aphareus wrote thirty-seven tragedies, but the authorship of two of them was a matter of dispute.
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Of his elegies, some beautiful fragments are still extant. We may suppose that Theodectes died about B. An Athenian tragic poet of considerable eminence. An Athenian orator and tragic poet, was the son of the Rhetorician Hippias and Plathane.
Alcimenes of Megara 2. A apolodoeo 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.
According to Diogenes, he composed sixty tragedies and thirty comedies, besides satyric dramas. 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.
He died in Syria, and was buried at Apameia, or, according to others, at Antioch. His poems are entirely lost, with the exception of one title, Eurypyleia. Besides the mention of his Dioscuri in the above passage, and seven lines of his, preserved by Stobaeus, we have no information concerning him. Pliny states that his portrait was painted in the attitude of meditation by Protogenes, who is apolocoro to have dee still alive in B. A tragic poet of Alexandria, mentioned as one of the seven poets who formed the Tragic Pleiad.
He was one of the seven poets who formed the tragic Pleiad.
Dionysiades of Tarsus 4. Of Thurii, a tragic poet, was perhaps contemporary with the younger Sophocles, about the end of the fifth and the beginning of the fourth centuries Ateas.
A Grecian tragic and dithyrambic poet, of whom nothing is known except a few titles of his dramas.
Alexander of Aetolia 3. It seems, therefore, that the time of Philiscus must be extended to an earlier period than that assigned to him by Suidas, who merely says that he lived under Ptolemy Philadelphus. Achaeus of Syracuse 2. The passages quoted by Athenaeus seem, however, to bear out fully the opinion of Welcker, that Gnesippus was a tragic poet, and that the description of his poetry given by Athenaeus. An Alexandrian poet and scholar who according to Suidas, amongst his numerous works, composed a few tragedies and satyr plays.
A tragic poet, whom Plutarch, Philostratus, and others, confound with the Attic orator Antiphon, who was put to death at Athens in B. A tragic poet, who is said to have begun to exhibit at Athens in B.
AlphesiboiaAchilleusPhersiktonos or Phersites a title which seems to imply a satyric drama, if not one approaching still nearer to a comedyDionysosThyestesIoMinyaiOdysseus traumatiasOineus and Kentauros.
The following are the plays of Chaeremon of which fragments are preserved: Timocles of Athens C4th B. He was a pupil of Isocrates ; and also, according to Suidas, of Plato and of Aristotle.
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As a poet, Lycophron obtained agenas place in the Tragic Pleiad; but there is scarcely a fragment of his tragedies extant.
Euripides the Younger Thespis of Attica 2. A tragic poet of Athens, the names of ten of whose dramas are given by Suidas. Dionysius I of Syracause. If the latter really belonged to the Tragic Pleiad, he must have been the oldest of the seven poets in it. Athens Five of the Canon: By some of the above authorities the name Sosibius is wrongly given instead of Sositheus. The son of Sosicles, of Syracuse, a tragic poet, who, according to Suidas, exhibited seventy-three dramas, and obtained seven victories ; was one of the dw tragedians who were called the Tragic Pleiad ; was born at the end of the reign of Philip, or, as others said, in that of Alexander ; and died in the st or th Olympiad ; while others stated that he flourished at one or the other of those dates.
Python of Catana Meletus 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. It is very doubtful whether the last was a tragedy at all, and indeed what sort of poem it was. The only one of his poems which has come down to us is the Cassandra or Alexandra.