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Apollodorus of Athens
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. Of the seventy-three plays of Sosiphanes, the only remains are one title, Meleagrosapolodoroo a very few lines from it and other plays.
He spent some time, together with Antagoras and Aratus, at the court of Antigonus Gonatas. 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 atenax Rhegium. He died in Syria, and was buried at Apameia, or, according to others, at Antioch. 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.
Phrynichus of Athens 4. A tragic poet, whom Plutarch, Philostratus, and others, confound with the Attic orator Antiphon, who was put to death at Athens in B. These works were no doubt on philosophical subjects. 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.
Nothing more is known of his life. Of Syracuse or Athens, or rather, according to Suidas, of Alexandreia in the Troad, was a distinguished tragic poet, one of the Tragic Pleiad, and the antagonist of the tragic poet Homer: Some writers have supposed that Euphorion was also a dramatic poet.
One of these, the Kyprioi is supposed by some to have been not a tragedy, but a cyclic epic poem.
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He became, but at what period of his life is not known, a citizen of Athens. The following are the plays of Chaeremon of which fragments are preserved: Nothing is known of his life. Sositheus of Alexandria It is, however, a very probable conjecture that, since Aristophanes of Byzantium pronounced 27 of the plays which were extant in his time under the name of the great Sophocles to be spurious, some of these may have been the productions of his grandson.
The names of some of his tragedies are mentioned by Suidas.
An Athenian orator and tragic poet, was the son of the Rhetorician Hippias and Plathane. Now Antiphon the tragic poet lived at Syracuse, at the court of the elder Dionysius, who did not assume the tyranny till the year B.
Sosiphanes was born in the reign ed Philip, or in that of Alexander, between B.
The number of his dramas is uniformly stated as fifty. The choriambic hexameter verse was named after Philiscus, on account of his frequent use of it. Sophocles the Younger Of his epic poems we know very little. Critias of Athens Melanthius in Plutarch complains of the obscurity of a certain Fe. AlphesiboiaAchilleusPhersiktonos or Phersites a title which seems to imply apilodoro satyric drama, if not one approaching still nearer to a comedyDionysosThyestesIoMinyaiOdysseus traumatiasOineus and Kentauros.
Apolodoro de Atenas
He had an office in the library at Alexandria, and was commissioned by the king to make a collection of all the tragedies and satyric dramas that apolpdoro extant. Having amassed great wealth, he went into Syria, to Antiochus the Great B. These circumstances alone, if there were not many others, would shew that the orator and the poet were two different persons, and that the latter must have survived.
Dionysius I of Syracause. Morsimus of Athens He also wrote in prose, to the quantity, Diogenes tells us, of twenty thousand lines. Dionysiades of Tarsus 4. Carcinus the Elder The writings of Timon are represented as very numerous. A tragic poet of Athens, the names of ten of whose dramas are given by Suidas.