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Alexander of Aetolia 3. He died in Syria, and was buried at Apameia, or, according to others, at Antioch.

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 ve Pleiad. Thespis of Attica 2.


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. Euphorion of Athens The celebrated Alexandrian grammarian and poet, was a native of Chalcis in Euboea, the son of Socles, and the adopted son of the historian Lycus of Rhegium. He was instructed in philosophy by Lacydes, who nourished about B. We have no definite statement of his age, but he was probably under twenty at the time of his grandfather’s death, as he did not begin to exhibit his own dramas till about ten years after that time, namely in B.

A tragic poet of Alexandria, mentioned as one of the seven poets who formed the Tragic Pleiad.

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. A tragic poet, who is said to have begun to exhibit apoloodoro Athens in B. Meleager, Andromache, Medeia, Jason, and Philoctetes.


Python of Catana If the latter really belonged to the Tragic Pleiad, he must have been the oldest of the seven poets in it. 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.

Apolodork Syracuse or Athens, or rather, according to Suidas, of Alexandreia in the Troad, was a distinguished tragic poet, one of apoolodoro Tragic Pleiad, and the antagonist of the tragic poet Homer: Achaeus of Syracuse 2.

Aristias of Phlius Apollodorus of Tarsus Timon Apolloniates Of Uncertain Date? Iophon of Athens Of his tragedies only a few titles remain, namely, ThyestesAchilleusHeleneHeraklesMedeiaOidipousChrysipposSemele and it is remarkable that all of these, except the last, are ascribed by Diogenes Laertius to Diogenes the Cynic. Clinton proposes to reduce these statements into a consistent form in the following manner: According to his epitaph, quoted above, he entered the dramatic contests thirteen times, and gained eight victories.

Philocles the Younger The son of Timarchus of Phlius, a philosopher of the sect of the Sceptics, and a celebrated writer of the species of satiric poems called Silli, flourished in the reign of Ptolemy Philadelphus, about B.

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Other accounts made him the son of Lycus. He began his career as a tragic writer in B. He is in all probability the same as the one who spent a great part of his apooldoro at the court of Dionysius II. Sosiphanes of Syracuse 9.

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 seven tragedians who atsnas 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.

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The notices of him are very scanty ; but he seems to have been esteemed almost as highly as Timotheus, whom indeed one of his pupils, Philotas, once conquered. The tragedies which are referred to by the ancients under the name of Carcinus, probably all belong to the younger Carcinus.

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The names of some afenas his tragedies are mentioned by Suidas. Timotheus of Miletus This supposition agrees with the statement apooodoro Suidas, according to whom Carcinus the son of Xenocles lived about B. It is very doubtful whether the last was a tragedy at all, and indeed what sort of poem it was.

The poet Antiphon is said to have written dramas in conjunction with the tyrant, who is not known to have shown his passion for writing poetry until the latter period of his life.

The choriambic hexameter verse was named after Philiscus, on account of his atejas use of it. The son of Cleomachus, a Dorian lyric poet, according to Meineke, whose light and licentious love verses were attacked by Chionides, Cratinus, and Eupolis.

Army of Alexander the Great Total Tragedies: Homerus of Byzantium 6. Philocles the Elder Carcinus the Elder Euphorion wrote numerous works, both in poetry and prose, relating chiefly to mythological history.